Summer Camps in Chevak, AK
Make em laugh! Comedy isnt easy, and in this class youll work on the skills you need to develop the good timing and improvisation that is essential for any comedic piece. (Ages 12-16) No class Feb. 15 650-988-8798
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Great Equestrian Camp
This is a wonderful camp to send your child to if they love to ride horses. The counselors are great and seemed to instantly love the kids. My child stayed mostly in the equestrian part and learned a lot from the instructors. They seemed to love their jobs working with horses and kids. When we went to pick up our child, he did not want to leave. He had made many friends and will consider this experience one that he’ll always remember. ... Read More...
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Kid's Day Off Art Camp - Midlothian, VA
$75 There's always something fun and creative going on at Paint 'N Play RVA! On MLK Day, we will keep your children entertained while they are off of school! Instructors will help young artists explore a wide variety of mediums while encouraging their imaginations to soar! K-10 years old
Club Z Teen Retreat - Aptos, CA
Club Z Teen Retreat September 2-4, 2016 Monte Toyon Center in Aptos, CA Discounted price of $250 until August 1st! After that the price goes up to $325. Limited number of need based scholarships are available, please inquire. Do you enjoy zip-lining, hiking through majestic Redwood forrest, and toasting marshmallows by the camp fire? Do you want to strengthen your Jewish Identity? Have you been looking for a program that openly talks about Israel and her role in our lives here, in the Bay Area? Club Z 2016 Annual Kick-off retreat will be a unique opportunity to have fun and make friends, while gaining invaluable knowledge and skills. The retreat is filled with informal and engaging activities, discussions and debates that will inspire and motivate teens to be proud Jews and Zionists. All teens are welcome and no prior knowledge is necessary. RSVPing here is not enough. You must register at the link!
Parent's Night Out/Kid's Night In - Winter Park, FL
6:00pm Dropoff 9:30pm pickup Parents night out/kids night in: Friday dinner and a movie at our new, beautiful, kid friendly, home office. We focus on families whose children are currently on treatment; parents who need a night out, with safe, reliable, free babysitting! BASE Camp Kids ages 5-15; patients, and their siblings are included, and welcome to attend! From 6-9:30 we offer up crafts, games, dress-up, snacks, dinner & movies for the children who are dropped off so their parents can have a date night! The BASE CAMP KIDS are entertained by volunteers who bring kid friendly food, popcorn & movie candy BASE CAMP has a digital library of movies; G, PG, PG 13… depending on the age group of the children we will watch movies on our 70 inch big screen TV in our Hudson's Furniture/Ikea-Orlando family room! Our volunteer teams also bring "Lots of energy", games, crafts, and a respite for parents who just need a little time away from their children! At 9:30 PM the party is over… Parents must retrieve their children, volunteers clean up the office and leave with a filled heart knowing that they made a difference in some special children's and families lives on their journey! Always RSVP by confirming the...
KidZone Winter Break Camp - Vail, CO
Keep your kids busy and happy during Winter Break! The Vail Recreation District's Winter Break Camp provides children 5 - 12 and grades K - 5 with a variety of fun activities and winter outings. The camp is based out of the Red Sandstone Elementary School gymnasium in Vail. The cost is $40 if registered by December 14th or $45 if registered after December 14th. Advance reservations and payment are required. Register online at vailrec.com/register. For more information and a full schedule of daily activities, visit vailrec.com.
Teen Robotics Camp - Day 2 - Dublin, GA
For rising 7th-12th graders. This is a 4-day robotics workshop where we will be learning how to build and program LEGO Mindstorms. SEATS ARE LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE AT THE REFERENCE DESK. Teens who register are expected to attend all four days of the workshop.
Young Physician-Gayton Baptist - Gayton Baptist Church
Make NO bones about it; this camp is for the aspiring Young Physician. Campers will learn that their bodies are miles of blood vessels, hundreds of muscles, many thousands of hairs, a furnace, a filter, AND a fancy computer! Your Young Physician will really have a pulse on the human body with this camp! Campers receive their own stethoscope and percussion hammer. If there is a future doctor in your house-this is the camp for them! Sample Projects: Building a Lung Model! Testing for Germs! Build a Spinal Column! Skin Prints! Experiments in Anatomy and Physiology! 678-294-9504
Elementary Robotics Repeat Session - UWF Main Campus
Explore robotics during this week-long camp designed for incoming 1st and 2nd graders. Campers will use LEGO WeDo technology to build mechanisms, learn correct troubleshooting procedures, and witness their hand-built creations come to life! Elementary Robotics will challenge campers with various engineering problems and develop their potential. By the end of the week, campers will be able to explain parts of the design process, have a better understanding of multi-step directions, and be more excited about robotics. 8504737468.0
Day Clinic 2016 - The University of Kansas
This clinic is for ages 1st through 3rd grade. Lunch is provided at the clinic along with all instruction Questions -please contact 1-785-691-5394
Sew Fun Fridays - Summit School
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
Truth and Dare: Finding Meaning in Your Fiction with Rhonda Claridge - Ah Haa School for the Arts
Explore through writing where real life ends and fiction begins. This two-day workshop will help you express (and discover) what is meaningful to you through writing: What true experiences motivate your work, and how can you make them truthful in fiction? Where does real life end and fiction begin? Award-winning writer and Colorado Mesa University instructor Rhonda Claridge will work with students on creating composite characters, developing fiction out of what they know, and elucidating the essence of their narratives. Students are invited to bring a piece of fiction writing on which they are already working, or to start a new piece from scratch. Learn how to write the truth. We dare you! 970.728.3886