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Summer Camps in Chetopa, KS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Period 1 - Beginning Woodworking - NBJH Room 116
Incoming 5th and 6th graders will learn the basic usage and safety of HAND TOOLS including a coping saw, file, sanding block, and cordless drill. Some small machines may be used such as the scroll saw, spindle sander, Dremel engraver, and drill press. All activities will be demonstrated and supervised by Mr. Caris, the current Woodworking teacher at NBJH. Students will choose a project from a beginner list. Other projects will be available if time permits. Projects choices include a can lamp, small cutting board, name block, or tombstone clock. 8475043400 x2520

Latest Review for Liberty Lake Day Camp

Camp Sharpens Children’s physical, emotional and Intellectual Skills.
We sent our 5 year old son and our 10 year old daughter to Liberty Lake Day Camp. This camp is for children ages 4 to 15. The aim of the camp is to teach children skills that will make them successful in life. Some of the areas campers focus on include: teamwork, friendship, independence and confidence. I am glad we sent our kids to this camp. ... Read More...


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Team Alexander Athletics Wildcats 2nd Annual Summer Basketball Camp -
This Basketball Camp will be held in July For Ages: 8-14 Girls & Boys All Skill Levels are Welcome From July 7 - 9, 2016 ABOUT CAMP: * $75 dollars per camper * 9 am - 3 pm (Each Day) * Come out in enjoy four full days filled with basketball games, contests, and fun! * Lunch Provided * Guest Speakers *Family Barbecue T.A.A. Camp Guest Speakers T.B.A Phone (RSVP): 720.253.7078 (Coach Alexander) Website: http://www.taathletics.org Email: [email protected]

Michigan Summer Camp next weekend with Sensei Gary Swain. - Columbus,
Mid-America ISKF Regional Training Camp. Guest Instructor: Sensei Gary Swain (8th Dan), one of the best ISKF Technical Committe Members. Location: Copneconic Camp, Fenton, Michigan.

Summer Dance-Art Day Camp - Brooklyn, NY
Registration is now open. Our Summer Dance-Art Day camp is for kids ages 3 and up. In the program: Dance games, Arts & Craft, Work-out, Pre-ballet, Ballet, Gymnastic, Broadway Dance, Contemporary Dance, Hip-Hop, Drama & Mime, Breakdance. Register today by phone or e-mail: 929-333-9570 / [email protected] www.SummerBalletCamp.com

Summer KID-VENTURE Camp - Beaumont, TX
Kid-Venture Camp is for ages 7-11 There are four different sessions that are themed related. 12:00-2:00 Email [email protected] for more info or enrollement forms.

Creative minds summer camp - undefined, DE
The mission of Creative Minds is to empower youth to develop thier natural talents while learning entrepreneurship skills. Youth involved will learn how to create a business plan, create a market analysis, and promote their product. They will also have the opportunity to learn different skills from staff who are owning and opperating small business and/or self employment. The youth will also do some self discovery activities leading to their own product development. Contact us today at 302-283-9640 or [email protected] You can also visit us on the web at http://creativemindscamp1.wix.com/cmc4

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Late Start Freeride - Saturday - Infront of flag poles in Main Plaza
Late Start Registration - By invitation only. This registration DOES NOT include a Season Pass or lift ticket. Skiers and snowboarders with solid technical skills, interested in skiing mainly off-piste and advanced/expert terrain, looking to improve their riding in a fun, non-competitive environment. High emphasis on safety and decision-making, learning/reading the mountain, air/steeps, and technical skills. We like to hike if conditions allow, and we like to keep moving as a group. 360-663-3036

Cavalier Cross Country Camp - Boy Camper - The Miller School
The camp aims to prepare campers to compete in running events from 800-meters through 10,000-meters and cross country. There will be two running activities daily, each will be between 25 minutes and 60 minutes in duration, depending on age and ability. Teams are encouraged to come as a group, and learn to work together. A team is considered 5 or more from the same school, residential camper price is $445. To register as a team you must call/email Todd Morgan to register. We will have expert speakers covering racing, training, and strength strategies. Camp facilities include miles of trains, gym, pool, lake, canoes, etc.. A full-time camp counselor staff includes a certified ATC Trainer, and life guard. Even though temperatures in the mountains remain cooler, we encourage you to bring a fan if you choose. Camp refund cut-off is July 1 (Unless reason from physician). 434-962-8054

Spring Break Program-Forest Park Elementary - Forest Park Elementary
IMPORTANT: Students need to bring their own laptop with mouse to attend this program. Snacks, Lunch, and beverages are NOT included. The program may be consolidated in one or two school sites based on enrollments. Parents will be informed at least one week prior to program start date. In this program, students learn about 3-D Printing, Vehicle engineering by rapid prototyping, and Computer Programming. They work in teams to build their own battery operated cars and race it on the final day. They learn 3-D modeling tools to make their own 3-D designs. Students will - 1. Learn how an engineer takes an idea from paper to a prototype. 2. Learn what is CAD/CAM and how it is used by Engineers. 3. Develop a design solution using given design constraints. 4. Evaluate competing conceptual design solutions for decision making 5. Plan and execute experiment; Collect and interpret data gathered by experiments; Use experimental data for an improved design solution 6. Learn about 3-D printing. Students who attend 3-D print class will take home a 3-D printed design prototype. 7. Learn Visual Programming and coding skills. 650-223-1641

Camp Kaboom-Spectacular SF - Community Activities Building
Have a BLAST with us at Camp Kaboom! There is no need to look further, this camp has it all! From games, to arts & crafts, sports, performing arts, swimming and weekly fieldtrips, Camp Kaboom has something for everyone. We provide 2 healthy snacks and lunch every day. Camp Kaboom is located at the Community Activities Building in Room 4. Post care is available from 5-6pm at an additional cost. *Fieldtrips are subject to change Post care is available from 5-6pm at an additional cost. Do you know where the windiest road in San Francisco is or how the Golden Gate bridge earned its name? Campers will build their own mini bridges, learn to make sourdough bread and play sports like our hometown champions! Let?s take an adventure in the big city and discover why so many people leave their hearts in San Francisco. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We will provide two daily healthy snacks and a nutritious lunch each day. Field Trip (Thursday) Rocket Boat & Fishermans Wharf ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (Age 5-17) LOCATION CAB Rm #4 at Community Activities Building INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff ,

EV3 Robotics Engineer - Spring Session - La Patera Elementary
Held in Computer Lab. For entry level and experienced students. Utilizing the LEGO Mindstorms Education EV3 Base Set and Software, your team will overcome robotic engineering challenges throughout the session! Combining the versatility of the LEGO building system (the most sophisticated microcomputer brick ever made by LEGO Education) and intuitive drag-and-drop EV3 software, this course will have you and your team programming and engineering robots from day one. Spring Session: 4/5/16 4/12/16 4/19/16 4/26/16 5/3/16 5/10/16 5/17/16 5/24/16 805-570-1988

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