Summer Camps in Canton, MO
Spend an amazing week with art teacher extraordinaire Marki Watson. Delve into new materials, skills, techniques, and much more. We will work in a variety of mediums, including sculpting clay, polymer clay, printing and bookmaking, to name a few. Campers will have the opportunity to elaborate on existing projects and explore new ones. Dont miss this opportunity to follow your artistic muse in a relaxed and creative environment! Director: Marki Watson 9194932642.0
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I LOVE GREYSTONE!
This summer with be 6th year going to Camp Greystone! it is honestly the best experience i have ever had in my life! i have met friends from all over the country, including my best friend that i met at camp greystone she lives about 3 states over but we continue to come back to camp together and try to meet up all much as we can!I would definitely recommend this camp! it is definitely worth the money! i feel like a different person and... Read More...
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Matt Langwell High School Pitchers Clinic And Youth Pitchers Camp - Ab
Former Cleveland Indian, Arizona Diamondbacks Matt Langwell will be conducting a youth age (6 to13) camp working on the fundamentals of pitching on Saturday Nov 19th 9am to 11am. Players will learn proper mechanics , and strategies to being a successful youth league players. cost per player $50 per player On Sunday November 20th Matt will conduct an advanced level clinic for High School age pitchers detailing to them regarding what it takes to pitch at the next level. Time 9:30 to 12pm Topics to be covered Off season preparation and conditioning for the upcoming season In season routine and preparation Game day routines Mental game and strategies to winning Pick off moves Managing the running game and Pitching effectively Question and answers session Cost per player $25.00
Have A Heart: Send A Kid To Camp Annual Silent Auction & Dinner Fundr
Join us on Saturday the 6th of February as we gather to raise money to send more youth to camp! Camp Shaw-Waw-Nas-See's annual fundraiser brings together the hearts of many to raise funds for a great cause. Event Details: Our venue has stayed the same, but has a new name! Tuscany Falls Banquets, formerly known as DiNolfo's Banquets, will play host to this wonderful evening. Tickets are $60.00 per individual and can be purchased by emailing Ty Arseneau at [email protected] The evening lineup: 5:30p.m. - Cocktail hour & Silent Auction 6:30p.m. - Dinner 9:00p.m. - Silent Auction Closes 9:00p.m. - Mingling & Dance Begins Questions? Go ahead and send us a message. We'd be happy to answer any inquiries!
Kid's Art Camp - Tillamook, OR
An after school event filled with ton of fun art projects! For grades 1-6. $10 per child. Sponsored by the Senior Class of Tillamook High School for our annual Charity Drive. Charity Drive benefits Kid's Making Miracles for Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Portland, OR and local Tillamook charities. Thank you for your support! For more information &/or to register, call 503.842.2566 ext. 3
Youth & Young Adult Camp 2016 - Joseph, OR
Hey there! This summer’s annual church camp is already down in the books, so mark your calendar! We are excited to have camp at Wallowa Lake because the Wallowas are one of Oregon’s 7 wonders! Activities that will be available are: . Riding the Wallowa Lake Tramway to the top of Mount Howard for awesome hiking and views . Horseback Riding . Swimming . Volleyball . Soccer Amenities: . Hot showers and restrooms nearby . Water at or near sites . Fire pits . No electricity at sites Speaker to be announced. Prices to be determined as we get closer to the date. Registration for the camp will be a few months ahead. Feel free to invite your friends and anyone I missed, we want every city to be there! Message me or post any questions and suggestions :) - Vineta Gleba: 503-473-4423 [email protected] Hosted this year by Portlad Russian SDA Youth
TEEN CAMP (7th-12th Grades): June 13th-17th - Liberty, SC
Annual 7th-12th Grader Summer TEEN CAMP! For more information contact Travis at 864-918-5599. OTHER SUMMER CAMPS AVAILABLE 3rd-6th Grade PRETEEN CAMP: JULY 11th-15th k4-2nd Grade Day Camp: JULY 25th-29th
JANUARY -Bobcats Academy (morning skills session for homeschooled/online school hockey players of any team) - Arcadia Ice Arena
Skills and Skating sessions at Arcadia Mon, Tues and Thurs 7:20AM-8:50AM for ALL youth hockey players who are homeschooled or online schooled regardless of school or hockey organization (example: if you are a peewee A player at Mission, homeschooled by your parents via chandler online prep you can still attend Bobcats Academy for morning skills sessions). Sessions must be paid monthly. Disclaimer***due to the increased cost of ice we can no longer offer free weds night sessions as part of the Academy package***. Session payments are for a full month and are non refundable except with a physicians note. There are no make up sessions for missed lessons available due to the nature of the program. 602-388-2112
Where Does Ocean Trash Go? - Long Beach BSA Sea Base
Learn about how our oceans flow and what happens when trash goes in the water with an Algalita instructor. 562-522-0595
Oak View Farm Camp (Second Session) - Historic Oak View County Park
Summer camp at Historic Oak View returns offering a full day camp for the first time! Join us for this years farm camp to catch a glimpse in the life of a farmer and much more. Each day will explore a different theme of farm life. The campers will learn through games and hands-on activities about the farms animals (including our goats!), the history of the farm, the families who called Oak View home, the crops grown here, and finally, what the kids did for fun on the farm. Call or email us today for more information! AGE CATEGORY Early Childhood LOCATION Bluebird Shelter at Historic Oak View County Park
Farm Fun - Farm Store
Farm Fun camp is a unique opportunity for campers to work with the livestock, gardens, and natural areas at Greenacres while exploring the science happening on the farm. The camp will also include plenty of games, exploration, and farm fresh treats. Past camp activities have included assisting with weighing cattle, testing soil, planting cover crops, making pickles, spending time with the sheep, and Brix testing vegetables. This camp is best suited to campers with an interest in exploring the science behind farming and gardening, who get excited about real farm work! Please wear sturdy close-toed shoes or boots. Recommended: long pants, water bottle, hat. 513-891-4227
Table Top Games - Wattles Club
Come one, come all as we expand our experiences with different styles of group, board and card games! 503 232 0186