Summer Camps in Clarkton, MO
Since 1976, we have welcomed campers from all over the world to our historic campus in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. We believe that every child deserves camp. Camp teaches kids valuable social skills, independence and bonds people together. We bring in the added elements of outdoor education, high adventure and unforgettable fun to create life-changing experiences for every child that we serve. Our programs follow a progression that ensures that campers can return each year for a fresh, exciting experience and new things to learn. From Day Camper to Discovery Camper to Keystone Mountain Adventurer or Counselor Assistant, campers have the opportunity to evolve from curious learners to confident leaders. 970-455-4228
Latest Review for Pythian Youth Camp
I sent I child here last summer and she had a horrible summer! She told me horrible things! When I called the place the complain, the phone was not even working. They have the worst customer service ever. My daughter said they were also hungry and was never fed enough. She was bullied at the camp and said no adult did anything about it. There was a bear hunting and she heard the police shoot the bear mutiple times during the... Read More...
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New Member Dinner - Peninsula, OH
Welcome dinner to all 2016 Ordeal inductees. Free of charge to the new member and his/her family. Come and learn more about the opportunities with the Order of the Arrow.
WCI's "Kid-Ninja" Martial Arts Summer Camp - Session 2 - Selinsgrove,
For more information, including dates, times, etc., download the Youth Summer Camp Brochure, or this year's Camp Pricing Sheet at: http://sunburymartialarts.com/seminarsevents/kidcamp/ Your child will enjoy: - Daily Martial Arts Classes - Fitness and Game Time - Arts & Crafts - Learning (and writing their name in) Japanese - Pool Party - Hiking - and MORE! For more details, call 570-884-1118
Teen Aviation Camp – Apply Today! - Scott Air Force Base, IL
Want to find out if a career in aviation or the Air Force Academy is for you? Apply for the Teen Aviation Camp today! Camp is held June 18-24 in Colorado Springs, CO at the USAF Academy. Interested teens, ages 13-18, must apply by Apr. 18. Applicants are required to complete an electronic registration form, and email the forms to SAFB Youth Programs, [email protected] *NOTE: Only applications in their original format with digital signatures will be accepted. Teens may apply for both Aviation Camp and Space Camp, but must label their preferred camp. Download the application form at www.375fss.com. Eligible applicants include teen dependents of Active Duty Military assigned to or living on an Air Force (AF) Led/Joint Base Installation, AF Retired Military, AF Civilian Employees, activated Air National Guard or AF Reserve. Must be sophomore or junior year in fall of 2016, and provide a valid photo ID. Previous Teen Aviation Camp attendees may not apply. Travel cost to each camp is funded by the applicant. Lodging, meals and program costs will be centrally funded at no cost to the participant. For complete...
Summer Camp: On The Road in Boulder, CO - Boulder, CO
The Summer Camp: On The Road Tour returns in 2016! Come out this January, February & March and support your favorite local bands as they compete for the chance to perform at Summer Camp Music Festival 2016! Cities and dates coming soon...
Sponsor a kid for camp! - Waterville, ME
We have 23 kids signed up to go to kids camp, and we don't want money to be a hindrance at all for them to go. If you are interested in FULLY sponsoring a student for $275 or PARTIALLY sponsoring a student for any amount of money, you can contact Pastor Zach at the church office at 207-872-2084 or e-mail at [email protected] You can also send checks into the church office. Thank you so much!
Ultimate Girls Basketball Camp (Grades 4 - 9) - WWP High School North
Ultimate Girls Basketball Camp (Grades 4 - 9) Special basketball camp focusing on individual and team skills. Hands-on training with collegiate and professional coaching staff. Advanced techniques we will focus on include: dribbling, post work, guard work, foot work, shooting, team play, rebounding, quickness, and teaching the game of basketball from a mental standpoint. Pre and post camp care is available at Millstone River school through WWP Community Education for an additional fee on their website. To register, please click on "WWP Community Education" on the right side of this page under "Extra Details." Basketball camp staff members will escort children to and from pre/post care. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x 1719 for more information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is only open to girls entering grades 4-9. Registering ineligible children will result in removal from program and no refund. No residency restrictions. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x1719 for more information. For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation...
Artists in Residence II with Nelli Shevelkina & Connie Pfeiffer (Ages 7-14) - Young People
Folk Art Around The World with Nellie Shevelkina Go Global! Learn about different cultures through their arts. We will travel from Africa to the Americas, Europe to Asia, Australia and in between discovering traditional folk arts from around the world. Explore the history, techniques, and special meanings of various crafts while noticing similarities and differences in their designs, patterns, and styles. We will create mosaics, painted and printed fabrics, sand paintings, mask making, paper maché figurines, paper cutouts, clay whistles, just to name a few. Students are encouraged to research their own cultural and ethnic backgrounds and proudly share these artistic traditions with the class. Fun with Metal with Connie Pfeiffer Make jewelry and mini-sculpture with copper sheet metal and wire to wear or hang. Stamp, fold, hammer, bend, cut, twist and even heat metal to create pendants, medallions and forms from nature such as pea pods and leaves. Students will explore using basic hand tools, especially hammers, mallets, cutters, files, pliers and torches (one-on-one with instructor) to create works in metal. Note: Age appropriate assignments available for students under 9. 2035624927 x14
Summer Camp Week 11 Ages 3-4 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Seussical Jr Week Everyone is invited on our Seussical adventure this summer! Let your imagination take you into the wild and wacky world of Dr. Suess and some of his best loved stories such as "Horton Hears A Who" and "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish". Become a Who, Yertle the Turtle or even that Cat in the Hat while learning hit songs from the Broadway smash. Well play games to increase confidence and self expression as well as make our own props and set pieces. Participants of this camp will be invited to perform during a VIP pre-show before our full scale production of Seussical Jr. on the Main Stage of the Athenaeum Theatre in Lakeview. Performances are the evening of August 26th and afternoon of August 27th. Performers will receive one complimentary ticket to see the performance after their VIP show. 773-944-9146
CAP Day Camp: Into the Wild: Summit County Survivor - Keystone Science School Campus
Join your tribe on this adventurous quest to prove your wilderness skills and outdoor knowledge. With a multitude of challenges, including a challenge hike, tribal council snack chats, and nature art creation, campers wont want to get voted out of this daring session. Adventure Day: All CAPs will go learn about lasers and mazes at Laser Quest. 970-455-4228
Secret World of Birds (5 part series) - Owen Park
Dive deep into the mysterious and inspiring world of our avian friends. Join us for five days of exploring the astounding lives of Birds. In this course you will gain a solid foundation in Bird Identification and Bird Language, gaining remarkable insights about what our avian friend can tell us about our environment and ourselves. Dates: Wednesdays-April 6, 13 & 27, May 4 & 11(with a break on April 20) Time: 9:00am to 2:00pm Taught by: Luke Cannon, Michael Ismerio, and Clint Corley Note: SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE(no one turned away due to lack of funds). Contact us at for more info. 8283389787.0