Summer Camps in Centralia, IL
MIDSummer Camps are sponsored by Maryland International Day School, a Spanish-Immersion Primary school for students in Pre-K through 8th grade. The campus is located in Ft. Washington, Maryland just 15 minutes from Capital Hill and less than a mile from National Harbor. This year we roll out 7 weeks of Dualingo camps designed to infuse Spanish into each weekly theme. Languages are used as tools to enhance each campers learning and discovery experience in music, art, sports and STEM activities. Immerse your child in a UNIQUE EXPERIENCE this year and expand their horizons! 3015679101.0
Latest Review for YMCA Camp Widjiwagan
Would be an ok camp if you want your child hiking trails covered in trash & broken bottles. From one year to the next, the Y staff does nothing to clean up trash, fallen trees, glass. Last year a horse died on camp property. For what you pay to send your child to Camp Wijiwagan, I say just take them to the dump for a hike.... Read More...
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MDA 2016 Summer Camp - Cozad, NE
Applications for Campers will be online again this year, and Erin will be sending the link out via email. For any questions, or to receive the link to apply for Summer Camp, contact Tabetha at [email protected]
Teen Adventures Camp - Vienna, WV
5 days of awesome adventure activities: hiking, paintball, high ropes course, caving, and white water rafting. Cost is $300. If you are interested in going, please talk to Pastor Caleb. Money is due by the end of June.
Crash Winter Retreat - "The Key"
On Thursday, December 31st the Crash is headed to Rock Lake Christian Assembly for a Winter Retreat. We will be returning on January 2nd. Your student is not going to want to miss this. The cost is going to be $60 and this covers transportation, lodging and all there food. We are going to be studying through the book of Ephesians this weekend in a very powerful way. Email [email protected] to RSVP your student.
Summer Camp Open House at J.N Webster - Ashford, CT
Summer camp is a highlight to any Scouting year and essential for any Scout to experience all that Scouting has to offer. An opportunity for Scouts and parents to learn about the opportunities available at Camp. Please feel free to contact Patrick Boyd [email protected] with questions or for further information. http://www.ctrivers.org/Camping/EssentialInformation/ContactInformation
Teen Mixed Martial Arts & Jiu-Jitsu Camp - State College, PA
****The first of its kind in the Central PA area!**** BOXING | JIU-JITSU | MUAY THAI | WRESTLING **REGISTRATION NOT YET OPEN** **Teens**, you'll love this program. Learn the main arts in MMA from the best instructors! The camp will be full of awesome training, MMA games and MORE! **Parents**, get your teens into the program to help them learn the values of respect, discipline, confidence, being self motivated, having good work ethic and a positive attitude! Email [email protected], message us or post back to be put on the waiting list for registration! This camp will fill fast, everyone! June 13-17 July 11-15 Aug 1-5 Monday - 7:30-9PM Tuesday - 6-9PM Wednesday - 7:30-9PM Thursday - 6-9PM Friday - 6:30-7:30PM PRICING: $75 per week for current CPAMMA members $100 for non-members
Outdoors Camps - Wildlife Camp - Pearson Arastradero Preserve
We?re getting wild at Arastradero Park this summer with a camp that?s full of adventure and fun in the great outdoors. Well be hiking daily, tracking animals, investigating botanicals, and reliving life styles of the past. Post Camp is available (see our Post Camp section). Sorry, no Pre-Camp is available for this camp. Activities are the same each week during the summer. Camp projects change from year to year, but we do repeat many favorite projects. Use the grade your child JUST COMPLETED in the spring as his/her grade for camp registration. GRADE LEVEL REQUIREMENTS STRICTLY ENFORCED. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Must be exiting kindergarten through 2nd grade. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Science GRADES Kindergarten - 2nd LOCATION ARA - Arastradero Gateway INSTRUCTOR JMZ Staff
Learn to Babysit Exploration - Carolina Day School
Every successful babysitter has a few tricks up their sleeve to keep kids happy, healthy, and most of all entertained! Campers will complete an interactive notebook filled with kid friendly snacks, learning activities by age group, engaging games, and more. We also cover topics child care professionals need to know such as how to build a resume, interviewing with potential families, how to find child care jobs, caring for children with special needs, and being a professional. This is a great time for strengthening babysitting skills and sharing experiences with other campers. Leader: Amanda Moss Edwards 828-274-0757
Hitting Mini Camp P.M. Session - Rice University Tudor Fieldhouse
Come learn how to become a more effective and powerful hitter. We will cover armswing, approach, hand control, and attacking different tempo sets. *Note: This mini camp will have different drills from the morning session, so those attending both session will not repeat all of the same drills. 713-348-4795
Ski Trip Male Participants 2016 - Camp Paivika
Adult campers between the ages of 18 and 99 with physical and/or developmental disabilities. 2 nights. Personal Care: Participants must be independent with their personal care needs. Individuals who require more than minor assistance with bathing, dressing, feeding and other personal care will not be accepted. Individuals requiring medical care other than the administration of medications will not be accepted. There will not be a nurse in attendance- medications will be managed by trained camp staff. Behavioral Challenges: Individuals with severe behavioral issues including acting out, inability to remain with the group, self-injurious/assaultive behaviors or aggressive tendencies will not be accepted. Campers will be assisted in ski activities and/or camping activities but must be interested and willing to participate in order to attend either of these programs. Staffing Ratios: Participants must be able to function safely in a group environment. Staff to camper ratios will be 1 to 5 during most times of the day. One to one care is not available. 909-338-1102 x5003
Ceramics 5 - Funky and Functional - Artists Exchange
Not everything functional has to be boring, right? A plate is a plate and a bowl is a bowl but in this week of camp, campers will learn to make functional things extraordinary! Roll, flatten, pinch, cut, and bend. Use traditional hand building techniques to make pottery that is funky functional and fantastic. Ceramics camps allow children to immerse themselves in clay studio studies ranging from basic hand building, wheel throwing, and sculpting. Campers will learn a variety of skills designed to fit the camp they are in. Ceramic focus campers will learn the technical aspects of recycling, slab work, build a simple kiln from a metal trash can and firing pottery in it. All under the guidance of a professional potter and the fire department. Clay adventures offers a beginners taste of experimenting with clay. Sculpting camps have a slight focus on bringing 2-D drawings and images of characters into 3-D form. 401-490-9475