Summer Camps in Cave Junction, OR
The Hope Soccer Day Camp is designed for players of various ages and ability levels. Campers ages 6 to 13 choose the Hope Soccer Day camp for the fun and educational experience that focuses on developing fundamental skills, teamwork and developing a love for the game of soccer. Players attending the camp are divided into groups by age and ability level. This structure allows the coaching staff to create a learning environment that challenges each child with appropriate instruction and engaging game environments. Throughout the week the campers build strong relationships with their coaches and teammates. This focus on creating a personal connection with each player is central to the Hope Soccer Camp experience and one of the elements that sets the Hope Soccer Camp apart from other sports camps. 6168059303.0
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Makemie Woods is the perfect camp to attend during summer. There you can find a family that will support you, you will spend time doing all your favorite activities. This camp has the Best Staff ever, they are always taking care of the kids and giving them the funniest moments of their lifes. Also on this camp the kids will meet the grace of God and they will learn that all of us are equal. If you want to give to your kid the best summer... Read More...
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2016 Summer Etiquette & Ballroom Dance Camps - Orlando, FL
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Winter Kids' Camp - Houston, TX
Children thrive engaging in hands-on learning experiences that encourage courageous and creative thinking. These combination cooking, baking, and art camps provide perfect activities to build a child’s confidence and expression, as well as learning life-long personal skills. Classes are conducted by a certified K-12 Visual Arts teacher with over 13 years of teaching experience as well as an assistant instructor. ++275 USD per 4-day camp ++Age group 7-14 years old ++*Exceptions to age range will be considered ++25 USD discount when enrolling a sibling in the same session (call us!) ++Group size limited to 10 to ensure individual instruction and attention ++Each day camp runs from 12:00PM – 2:00PM White Plate Art will provide aprons for each camper to wear and all supplies needed. Each camper will receive all recipes prepared, a certificate of completion, and a personalized apron on the last day of camp.
Dystopia Rising: Indiana January 2016 Event - Greenfield, IN
Welcome to our first event for Season 3 can you survive.... we shall see!
A Kid's Life! (Homeschool Cast - CampTMP) - Tacoma, WA
Camp TMP's Homeschool Academy presents "A Kid's Life" on Tuesday, November 29, at 4 pm. This cast of eight student performers shares an exciting adventure in the world of a kid! A How-To Musical Guide to the Most Daring, Dangerous, Exciting Time ... Like ... Ever! Composers: John Jacobson, Mac Huff A massive electromagnetic attack from outer space has jammed all technical systems, and there is no electricity, no cell phones, no laptops – NO FUN! The kids are in a panic and don't know what to do, until Grandpa and Grandma arrive on the scene and introduce them to a day filled with daring and adventure, music and imagination – all without fancy gadgets! This creative 35-minute musical appropriate for all ages features seven original songs, choreography, and terrific acting! Admission is by donation and perfect for the whole family to attend.
Dessert Auction 4 Youth Camp - Ferguson, MO
Parents: come get a free meal and buy desserts. Students: make your best dessert and come sell it at the dessert auction.
Camp A.B.L.E. DVD 2016 - Summit on the Park
Pre Registeration $3 (Ends 8/7/2015) Day Of $5 2016 Camp ABLE Memories LOCATION South Pavilion 2 & 3 (by the Splash Playground) INSTRUCTOR Therapeutic Recreation Staff
Slauson Extended Care: 6/20- 6/24 - Slauson Middle School
Extended Camp Care for children enrolled in camps at Slauson Middle School -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GRADES Kindergarten - 9th Grade LOCATION SLAUSON SCHOOL at Slauson Middle School INSTRUCTOR Daniel Bigham
3rd and 4th Grade Summer Basketball Camp - Kittery Community Center
This camp is aimed at the basketball player who may have some basketball experience but wishes to learn more. The clinic staff will introduce the aspiring player to fundamental basketball skills as well as some of the finer points for the game in a positive and enthusiastic atmosphere. The clinic will include demonstrations, contests, guest speakers, and much more. This camp will be held from 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m., at the Kittery Community Center. The price is $60 per person and includes a T-shirt. Please bring a lunch each day. LOCATION KCC Gymnasium at Kittery Community Center INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff
Camp Sequoia M-F #6 9-3 - Marinwood CSD
Exciting is the best way to describe a week of Camp Sequoia! Camp staff has created a new adventure each week for these veteran campers. Whether its playing at the Miller Creek campus, swimming at the pool, having a tournament at the gaga ball pit, or learning a new game or skill during "Campers Choice," Camp Sequoia is full of options and fun! Sequoia Campers also participate in weekly field trips and epic special events. Field Trip: Scandia ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Childcare LOCATION Marinwood Park INSTRUCTOR Marinwood Staff
Creative Adventures at Savannah Country Day - SCDS
Creative Adventures is an introduction to performing arts while learning to play creatively. We will utilize theatre exercises and "games" that assist in developing verbal and fine motor skills. We will pantomime, sing, and dance to music. Simple costume pieces and instruments are utilized. We also focus on the art of storytelling and how we can use our minds, voices, bodies and the space around us. We will create basic props, puppets and masks related to the stories to assist in the retelling and acting out a story. Card stock, paper bags, and art supplies are some of the materials used to create these items since the focus is on retelling and acting out the story not making an art project. End of Session Performance: On our last class day for this session, Friday, we will have a demonstration of the activities your child has participated in this week. It will be during the last 30 minutes of camp (11:30). Pictures and videos are allowed. Please take into consideration that your child may or may not feel self conscious with you and other parents watching. They may not perform or participate the same as they have in camp. Instructor: Cynthia... 912-961-8859