Summer Camps in Central Point, OR
Sew Fun Fridays 3rd, 4th & 5th Graders, Fridays, 3:00-4:30 pm, $300 February 5, 12, 19, 26, March 4, 11, April 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, 20 Taught by Karen Gray, Karen Gray Design Boys and Girls Explore fabulous fabrics Hand sew cool projects Express your sense of style Limited machine work (336) 722-2777
Latest Review for Camp Kupugani for Girls
Hard to Pronounce but Tons of Fun
We certainly had a lot of fun playing around with the name of Camp Kupugani on the ride up. Once we got to the site for the drop off I was pleasantly surprised at how fast our boy seemed to acclimate to his new surroundings. I was sure he was going to have some amazing experiences and I wasn't wrong. I really like how the counselors were friendly but firm. I knew our son was going to have a safe and fun summer. He's already... Read More...
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Camp KidJam Sign Ups - Leesburg, FL
The only event 2:52 attends every year! Make sure your kids entering the 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th grades in the Fall of 2016 attend! For more info check the link or the sign up display next week!
Life Teen December Retreat
Great News!!! Life Teen will have our annual December Retreat on Dec 18-20. This is an overnight off campus retreat at the Warren Willis Methodist Camp in Fruitland Park Florida. Myself, the Core, College Core, and Priest will be gearing up for a fantastic, funifilled, Jesus weekend Life Teen style!!! So parents encourage your teens to come to this life changing weekend. An overnight Permission slip is required and the cost is $90. This covers transportation, food, lodging, and camp facilities!! As a challenge to our teens if we get 200 teens on retreat Fr. Brian will shave his beard and I will shave my head. So pass this onto any parent or teen you know. Please pray for this weekend. If you have any questions feel free to email me at [email protected] or text or call me at 727-251-2476. We are looking forward to an awesome weekend.
FCOG-Youth Camp Out - Gallipolis, OH
We will be hosting a camp out for the youth, beginning at 4 PM Saturday, October 22, 2016. We will play games, fish, roast hot dogs, marshmallows, etc. Breakfast and Sunday School will be at the ahelterbhouse as well. If the weather is too cold we will move to the gym and have a "lock-in." All youth are asked to attend Sunday morning service, and can g picked up around 11:45 at the church.
Second Annual Fundraiser for Camp AmeriKids - Brooklyn, NY
This was a huge success last year - Help us by being a part of it again! $10 suggested donation gets you ~ A drink ticket & specials! Food! DJ! Raffles! 50/50! Don't miss it! The Fundraiser benefits both The Elm Project and Camp AmeriKids ~ "The mission of Camp AmeriKids is to enhance the lives of youth living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease by providing an enriching summer camp experience, year-round skill building and a supported transition to adulthood." http://www.campamerikids.org If you or your employer would be willing to make a donation of goods or raffle items, please let us know at [email protected] Camp AmeriKids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Their federal tax I.D. is 06-1431690 ----------------------------------------- Camp AmeriKids Program Overview: "Camp AmeriKids was founded in 1995 by Robert C. Macauley in the hopes of reaching out to an underserved population close to home. It is our firm conviction that youth, regardless of their economic, social or medical challenges should have the opportunity to experience the carefree joys of childhood. Each summer, Camp AmeriKids serves over 250 inner-city children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease. Campers age 7 to 15 participate in one of two eight-day sessions held in late...
KAMMA Camp (Kid's Art, Music, Movement, & Acting) - Marysville, CA
6 - 14 year olds are invited to participate in Yuba Sutter Arts first Kid's Art, Music, Movement and Acting (KAMMA) Camp, July 18th - July 22nd daily from 9am - 3:30pm. Kid's will take part in a well-rounded variety of artistic activities. At the end of the week, on Friday, July 22nd, an art show and performance will be held at 6pm in the Lee Burrows Center For the Arts, Theater. Full and half-day registrations are available. For information or to sign up, please call 742-2787 or stop by Yuba Sutter Arts at 624 E Street, Marysville during business hours.
Rug Hoking & Rug Punching - Susan Buswell - Marshfield Branch
Learn the art of rug hooking or rug punching. Start with a trivet, chair seat or a wall hanging. Susan uses yarns that range from angora to wool and sometimes adds sparkly embroidery cord. Rug hooking is one of the most durable and inexpensive crafts to learn. 781-834-8371
February Tryouts - Sportport Maryland Heights
*All players must tryout to be eligible for the training program *Players must be currently enrolled in 6th-12th grade 3145370805.0
Post Camp - Fine Art Studio - Girl Scout House
Wind down after a long day of art-making. Well play games, work on projects, SWIM, and have fun. Enrollment in this activity is only for kids enrolled in Fine Art Studio Camps taking place at the Palo Alto Art Center in the same week as the Post Camp. Children not picked up on time will be charged $30 per each half hour late. Instructor: Recreation Staff -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Post Camp for Art Center Camps only LOCATION Girl Scout House INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff
Week 7-Bengal Camp - Merritt Academy
Come Fly with Me Values: Cooperation & Initiative Field Trip: Trampoline Park, Picnic with Planes All Camp: Kite Flying Contest 7032738000.0
Week 5 AM - Fishing - NESS
Summer is the best time of year for fishing, but you need the knowledge of fish habits to help narrow down the best fishing areas by boat and from shore. Open to both experienced and new anglers. Learn the basics of a variety of styles of fishing including rod and reel trolling, bottom fishing, fly fishing, clamming and lobster fishing. Students will also learn about tying knots, baiting hooks, cleaning gear, and practicing fishing safety. Become more aware of local fisheries and fishing impacts. We practice catch and release only. Students should bring their own fishing rods and tackle ready for use. Some NESS rods are available and bait will be provided, please call to inquire. 860-535-9362