Summer Camps in Clark, SD
Instructor: Reeder Come join the fun as we "monkey around!" Well pretend to be monkeys jumping on the bed, teasing a crocodile and taking the peddlers cap. We will read and act out many stories, including everyones favorite monkey Curious George. 316-771-2289
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Windsor Mountain International summer 2014 review
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WBF Summer Camp at Hartland - Badger, CA
WBF's Summer Camp is June 6th to June 10th at Hartland. It's ages Kindergarden through Eighth Grade. Open to the community! Check out our website for more information.
YOUTH CAMP 2017 - Harrisonville, MO
Youth minsitry camp for middle and high school students who have completed 6th through 12 grades. COST: $165 (deposits by 12/31) COST: $190 (deposits after 12/31)
Summer Camp 2016 - Campus by the Sea - Avalon, CA
****$20 deposit MUST be turned in by Wednesday, January 27th to register for camp.**** (The number of deposits we receive will determine the number of spots we reserve, we will be reserving spots on February 1st) Next deposit of $100 is due by April 10th $364 total, due May 29th For incoming 9th through 12th grade students (there will be a separate trip for graduating seniors). Contact Erin Graves for more information 661-803-9012 or [email protected] More details to be announced as we get closer to the event date.
Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17
Pre-Teen Improv Camp: Session 2 - Norfolk, VA
This camp is open to children ages 7 to 12. Students will explore the key elements of both long and short form improvisation. The children will play numerous improv games which will serve to develop and enhance their public-speaking, social, and team-building skills. This camp will be conducted in a non-judgmental environment where the students will build confidence, make friends, and most importantly… have fun. Snacks will be provided on a daily basis and there will be a pizza-party for lunch on Friday. The camp concludes on Saturday with all students performing in a graduation show on the stage of the Push Comedy Theater. Each student will receive a Push Comedy Theater T-shirt and be eligible to perform in the 4th Annual Norfolk Comedy Festival in late September 2015.
Ice Hockey Spring Break Day Camp - City of Riverside - PRCSD
IceTowns Spring Break Day Camp welcomes all levels of ice skating. No skating experience? No problem, well teach you! Camp also includes tons of games, team building exercises and prizes. Note: Skate rental included in camp cost. Note: Campers must bring their own lunch Monday - Thursday. Ice Town will host a pizza party on Friday. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth LOCATION IceTown, 10540 Magnolia Ave. INSTRUCTOR Irina Dunaev
Jr. Grossologist - San Juan Del Rio Catholic School
Campers will discover loads of horribly fantastic experiments in Camp Jr. Grossologist! Campers learn about the science of "gross things" through our exciting chemistry and biology experiments! This is science with the squishy bits left in it! Ew! Gross! Blegh! Sample Projects: Bulging Bag of Brains! Simulated Snot! Baby Diaper Dissection! Owl Pellet Dissection! and much, much more! Our camps are 9am-4pm with pre and post camp options available as well! Please pack a peanut-free snack, bag lunch and refreshment for your child. Each camper receives one free camp t-shirt with each week of registration - order as many extras as you want at checkout! Dont forget to download our camp Welcome Packet on our website for additional camp details, rules, and more! 904-287-8603
High School Ceramics: Hand Building, Wheel Work & Sculpture (29231P) - Cary Academy
Whether you want to learn hand building, wheel work, or sculpture, join us for a week of in-depth, independent study for a wide range of abilities from beginner through advanced. Individual instructor attention tailored to each participants needs will elevate your pottery repertoire. Use commercial glazes and oxides to combine, overlap, and create dynamic effects to enhance your final piece. Campers will take home finished work at the end of the week. 919-677-7839
LIT #3 (Males) - Camp Lake Stephens
This camp experience is a 3 week block meant to give high school students that have completed their freshman and sophomore year an opportunity to lead at camp. They will have the opportunity to work with the camp staff, as well as be part of the summer camp program in helping to lead in several different capacities. Alongside program leadership, grounds/dining hall service, and cabin assistance, LITs will have the chance to grow in faith as well, with specific bible studies geared towards their lives. 662-234-3350
AM Robotics III - Bethany Christian School Campus
Robotics III is the perfect camp for students who wish to train for the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE COMPETITION (FLL) or for students who would like to join us for a 3rd week of Robotics. Students will design and build robots to follow the international FLL competition requirements. This is the camp where all the building, programming and designing skills reach an advanced level. 480-833-7338