Summer Camps in Chelan County, WA
COURSE Solving a crime is all about biology, chemistry and physics. We follow the trail of evidence on a real-life case to learn how to solve a crime. Campers will collect evidence at our crime scene, learn investigative techniques, and maybe even meet real professional Crime Scene Investigators (if their busy schedules allow them to take a break from crime solving). Sample Projects: Crime Scene Analysis, Blood Analysis, Fiber, Handwriting, Fingerprinting, and DNA Analysis! 404-932-2552
Chelan County, WA Summer Camps
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Not all camps are co-ed. There are some single-gender camps available in addition to traditional co-ed programs. Single-gender camps are great if parents want their children to focus on empowerment and independence. Many youth today are distracted by the other gender, and this is a chance to give kids a break so that they learn how to be friends with their peers. Many of these programs work with nearby groups so that the campers can get off camp and interact with a variety of people. Coed camps are a great way for kids to get to know one another and...
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Big Kid on Campus
Do you know or have kids that have in some way been affected by cancer, whether that means they have battled it themselves or have loved ones that have? Would they enjoy spending a day at Georgia Tech with college students? Then bring them on out to Georgia Tech Christian Campus Fellowship for Big Kid on Campus, a Saturday full of fun! We are hosting a day full of fun entertainment and activities including games, crafts, makeovers, kickball with the Georgia Tech Softball team, and even an appearance by Santa! If you are interested in volunteering to make this happen and spend the day with these wonderful kiddos, you are also welcome! We need student volunteers at each and every event and would love to have YOU. So, if you so desire, come to as much as you are able to throughout the day and please RSVP to this event! Thanks! GTCCF is located at 767 Techwood Dr. Atlanta, GA 30313. The tentative schedule is as follows: 8:45-9:00 AM Registration 9:00 AM Welcome, Games, Snacks 12:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM Games, Crafts, Makeovers 3:00 PM Sundaes 3:30 PM Santa appearance (or whenever), Games 4:30 PM Movie 5:45 PM Closing (Hugs) & Pickup We'd love to have you! Please invite people...
North Central Spanish Region 2015 Youth Camp - Angola, IN
The theme this for this year is "STEP IT UP" Price: $135. 00 $50 Deposit with application due July 5th. Send all application to with deposits (this week it will downloadable) More info please contact Regional Director Jimmy Cordova or Natasha Sanchez for details.
Kid's Summer Camp 2016 - Lake Stevens, WA
Will your child(ren) be entering 3rd-6th grade for the 2016-2017 school year? Begin planning now to send them to the PNW Foursquare Camp at Cedar Springs Camp in Lake Stevens, Washington happening July 25-29, 2016. Did you know a camper is exposed to more of what the gospel is about in one week at camp than regular church attendance for a whole year. At summer camp 2015, there were 45 first time salvations, 108 re-dedications,87 Holy Spirit baptisms, 29 physical healings, 23 calls to full-time ministry and 72 commitments to discipleship! The impact of camp for campers is eternal! They meet with the God who created them and loves them. There will be 3 fundraisers to help cover the cost of camp. It is possible that through your child's fundraising efforts, they can raise enough to pay for camp in full (approx. $230).
Dk Youth Football & Cheer Camp 2016 - Orlando, FL
IT IS THAT TIME OF YEAR OUR ANNUAL DK YOUTH FOOTBALL & CHEER CAMP!! SATURDAY JUNE 25!! **FREE!!!!** AGES: 6-17 TIME: 8:30am - 2:00pm **CAMPERS WILL RECEIVE FREE T-SHIRT, LUNCH & INSTRUCTION!!**
Epic Fairytales - Ohlook Performing Arts Center
Bippity boppity boo! Wave a magic wand and land your child in the imaginative world of fairy tales. Our Epic Fairy Tale Adventure class brings enchanting stories to life through puppetry, storytelling, and creative acting. This is a fun way to introduce young students to acting. 817-421-2825
Skippity-Do-Dah - Old Trail School
Young campers will be exposed to wonderful childrens literature selections, explore a variety of art materials, create crafts, enjoy sand and water play, sing songs, play games and participate in a balance of indoor and outdoor activities. Campers must be able to manage toileting & dressing needs independently; and have not yet attended kindergarten. Daily nutritious snacks are provided. All campers should wear their swimsuit under their shorts for times of water play and bring a towel for drying off after fun in the sprinkler. Skippity-Do-Dah campers will delight in weekly themes: Week 1 – Blast Off to Outer Space! Week 2 - If You Give A Camper A Cookie (Laura Numeroff) Week 3- Fun With Food Week 4- Under the Sea Week 7- Friendly Monsters Instructors: Tiffany Morikis, BS, MEd, Erin McNamara, BS, MEd, Old Trail School, and Nicole Wallace, BS, Early Childhood Program teachers 3306661118 x469
STEM & Academic Summer Camp Half Day - 8 weeks - DeKalb County Location
1/2 Day Ac ademic Summer Camp will engage in Academics and STEM Activities. This camp is loved by parents that work from home, educators and students looking to drop in and out on various weeks. Please note this fee does not include Field Trips. Students enrolled in this program must be picked up by our departure time. 6787535192.0
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
Camp Collegiate Session 4 3rd-8th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Hawley Session 4: Cool Chemistry Camp Camp Collegiate is a fast-paced, fun-based learning experience that is meant to make summer days fly by with fun activities. Boys and girls in third through eighth grade spend their days with friends and counselors doing all of the typical camp things: swimming, cooking out on a camp fire, canoe trips, arts and crafts, having treats, horseback riding, games … and a lot of not-so-traditional things: feeding and caring for snakes and hamsters; studying ecosystems and astronomy; competing in science challenges; building woodworking and electronics projects. Fun off-campus trips will include canoeing down the Fall River, visiting the Oklahoma salt flats, going to Laser Quest, the Alley, Ice Skating, Tanganyika, the Sedgwick Co. Zoo, and All-Star Adventures. Kids often say that great memories are made in this camp and its one of the best parts of their summer! Each day at camp begins at 9:00 AM with a game of Capture the Flag and ends at 3:00 PM with a fun closing activity where the Happy Camper for the day is announced. With all the fun activities that this camp has to offer, its a tremendous value for the price. Please call Scott... 316-771-2289