Summer Camps in Casper, WY Metropolitan Area
Parents who are seeking summertime camping experiences for their children will be glad they live in the WY area. This is especially true if you live in the Metropolitan Area, consisting of Casper city & Natrona County and towns such as Mills, Evansville, Vista West, Bar Nunn, Hartrandt, Red Butte, Midwest, Casper Mountain, Homa Hills, Brookhurst, Meadow Acres & others.
A variety of summer camp opportunities await your child. Check with local Recreation Centers for a listing of summer camps. Recreation centers understand that many parents work during summer, leaving children looking for things to do.
Camp activities at a recreation center include: basketball camps, softball or baseball camps, and other sports related camps. Check with your local recreation center to see what is offered, when it is held, the age requirements and the cost.
Also check for summer camps at local Science Stations. Science Centers often sponsor computer camps, chess camps, chemistry camps or physics camps. These camps are especially enjoyed by children who are gifted and talented. Keeping their curiosity active during the summer is important.
Check out what types of camps are offered in your local communities. Keeping it local helps save on travel time, gas money and your kids will know other campers. Regardless of their age, your child will enjoy participating in a summer camp.
Time: 9am-12pm Ages: 4-10 *drop off and pick up at the base of the pier *snacks provided *t-shirt included Activities may include: digging for sand crabs, playing in the waves, dissecting squid, learning about sharks, looking at plankton using a microscope, building sand sculptures, coke explosions, making crafts, building a boat, doing experiments, touching live animals, shooting a lemon cannon, playing beach games, and more! *A schedule of what activities will be done each day is available on our website: / Important Information: No refunds or credit without 2 business days notice for cancellation of any class -10% charge for all other cancellations -$10 charge for all class scheduling changes -There is a $10 charge per child for each 15 minutes a guardian is late for pick up -CPR/First aid certified staff present at all camps -All water activities done in front of LA county lifeguard tower -Average 3 campers per counselor, Maximum of 5 campers per counselor 310-379-8117
Casper, WY Metropolitan Area Summer Camps
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Remy Presas Hall of Fame Foundation Summer Camp 2016 - Media, PA
2016 Ladies, Men and Youth Retreat. - Lake Placid, FL
This interdenominational event is for people who are hungry for God. You were created to be a vessel God can use. Get fueled up and fired up. Return to your church home ready for your next assignment. Men, women and youth services are held in separate buildings on the same campus.
Teen Christmas Party - DeMotte, IN
What: Christmas Party!! When: Wednesday, December 16th Where: Todd & Lorie Richmond's home FUN, FOOD, FAMILY & FRIENDS!!! Lets make some merry memories together!
Camp Angel Teen Mentor Application and Training - Mendota Heights, MN
Angel Foundation’s Facing Cancer Together Teen Mentor program, provides a leadership opportunity for teens (13-18) to apply, be assessed and trained to be leaders within Facing Cancer Together programs, specifically for Camp Angel. Teen Mentors will be introduced to the field of human services, as well as provide experiences in groups with children and their families who have been struck by cancer. If teens have never been a camper, teens will be asked to be a camper in June camp in order to be an August Teen Mentor. To be a Teen Mentor you need to go through the application and selection process. Teen Mentor Program Application, Selection & Training session Angel Foundation office 1155 Centre Pointe Drive, Suite 7 Mendota Height, MN For more information or to receive an application, contact Erica Golofski, Facing Cancer Together, Program Coordinator at [email protected] or 612.627.9000
Teen Camp - Meyersdale, PA
Teen Camp is on this year! Registration forms are available in paper and online at winchestergbc.org. Registration is due Sunday, June 5. For more information, check out our website!
Week 2 - On Henderson Lake
At Camp Lu Lay Lea campers have the ability to participate in archery, boating, campfires, canoe trips, chapel, arts and crafts, gaga ball, confidence course activities, a dance, devotions, hayrides, new adventures, quest groups, skits and story telling, fishing, singing, swimming, making new friends, and so much more! 989-245-3861
Art for Home Schooled Students - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
New students welcomed! Art classes for home-school students continues with instruction intended to guide new art students while challenging returning students to build on their skills. Students will split the time between explorations in Realistic Drawing and Painting and 3/D Art and Pottery. The group will be divided by age dependent on the number of students. An Art Show of pottery and drawings and paintings for family and friends will follow the last class on Friday. Materials: Provided 302 239-2434 x120
Bricks 4 Kidz Camp - Teenage Brick Turtles - Town of Harrisburg - Programs
Calling all Ninjas! Campers practice engineering as they build courageous turtles, a dojo, and the turtles Sensei, Master Splinter with motorized Bricks 4 Kidz models and LEGO Bricks. Sharpen your skills to defeat Shredder and his foot clan. Children will build, learn and play the Teenage Brick Turtle way! SKILLS Beginner LOCATION Harrisburg Town Halls Municipal Complex - enter through the two double doors on the left side of Town Hall
Musical Theatre Class Sr. - The Studio Around the Corner
Have tons of fun while you work on your musical theatre skills in this weekly class! Students will work on different musical theatre repertoire including scenes, songs & dance numbers from a wide range of Broadway musicals. 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/23, 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/29, 4/12 Snow dates (if needed): 4/19 & 4/26 845.444.2787
(NEW) Wood Turning 1: Make a Baseball Bat (855 W16) - Former Adrian Training School
Learn to turn your own baseball bat. Students will learn the basics of wood spindle turning. Learn safe shop practices and procedures that will make woodturning safe and fun. Students will take home a baseball bat. Students will walk away with a basic understanding of how to operate and maintain a wood lathe and wood turning tools. Students will be allowed open studio time on Sundays during the week of class. On this day, students are welcome to come to the shop and use the tools to catch up and refine the classroom project. Instructors: Luke Barnett and Lynn Southward 517-265-1651