Summer Camps in Clay Center, NE
For entering 3rd and 4th graders. Weekly Rotating Activities include: Arts & Crafts, Silly Songs & Dances, Swimming, Yoga Fun, Kids Kitchen Sports & Games, Judaica Includes 1 Field Trip Per Week 4058483132.0
Latest Review for NCCS Camp Newaygo
Terrific Time For the Whole Family
I was eager to enroll at Camp Newaygo for one important reason: we could all share the summer fun as a family. Sure it's important for the kids to have their own time but when we can make memories (and plenty of crafts!) together as a family then it makes our vacation all the better. Not only did our children have fun but I got to do a few things I never thought I would.... Read More...
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Unplugged Youth Retreat - East Troy, WI
Time to get away and unplug from the hectic pace of life. This retreat is for youth in 8th grade through 12th grade. Fee is $100. For the first 10 to sign up, receive a $25 discount making it just $75 for a fun faith filled weekend! Camp TImber-lee is a wonderful facility with 600 acres of outdoor space, a toboggan hill and much more. A special band and speaker will engage our time of preparation for Holy week and Easter. See the Youth board for permission slip. Comment below if you plan to attend. Talk with Pastor Krysta for more information.
Best Starts for Kids Campaign Kickoff! - Seattle, WA
Join us for a campaign kickoff event for Best Starts for Kids. This exciting measure will fund proven programs, deliver real, measurable benefits, and create lasting change for children. We would love to have you join us to support this important proposal to help children across our county! Suggested contribution levels are at $50, $100, $250, $1,000, or whatever makes sense for you. Please RSVP to Michael at [email protected] or (206) 682-7328 We look forward to seeing you there!
Maplewood New Kid Camp - Austin, TX
Do you have a transferring to Maplewood Elementary School in August 2016? Come out to the school for New Kid Camp on Thursday, August, 15 to learn all the basics you and your child need to know when school starts, meet the teachers, and take a tour of the classrooms. New Kid Camp will take place 1-2:30 pm., and parents/guardians are welcome. More details coming soon. Please email your RSVP to [email protected]
Michigan Cru's Fall Getaway 2016 - Angola, IN
As we experience true love–a love that is there in the hard times as well as the good, a love that is there when we’re doing well or when we are failing, a love that will walk with us through healing as well as celebrate our victories–that is when we find true freedom. This kind of love is only found in a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. This will be a weekend of finding this kind of love as our speaker, Kevin Butcher, guides us through this topic. Join us for a weekend of fun community and spiritual growth as we head to Angola, Indiana for this year's Fall Getaway! Check is from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, October 14th. We'll have times of Biblical teaching and heartful worship, as well as plenty of time to just hang out and have fun together. And if you need to study, there is time for that too. We'll head back to campus after lunch on Sunday, October 16th. The cost is $60 for Freshmen and $80 for everyone else! This cost includes lodging for the weekend (Friday night; Saturday night) and 5 meals (3 Saturday; 2 Sunday). Click on the...
Kid's No School PM Camp- PYOP Let it Snow Snowman Plate - Jenkintown,
Join us for Kid's No School PM Camp from 2-4 pm for ages 8+. We'll be doing a paint your own pottery Let It Snow Snowman plate. The camp is $25. Registration is required. Call the studio 215-885-4545 to register.
Camp Apollo - Rock Terrace School
Elementary school youth within the autism spectrum. Activities for campers include coloring and painting, musical games, playground fun, swimming twice a week and local field trips. Quiet time, low lighting and sensory activities will be used as a transition from ESY to camp. Depending on skill levels, campers will be divided into two groups during some activities. To be successful, must be able to follow one/two step directions, ability to manage their behavior and be able to make simple choices. Campers must exhibit ability for self care with limited assistance with changing or prompting using bathroom. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. TRANSPORTATION : If attending ESY, contact your teens school to arrange transportation to camp. SECONDARY CATEGORY Therapeutic Recreation Programs LOCATION Rock Terrace HS - Clrm 03 at Rock Terrace School
Little Scientist! - British International School of Charlotte
This unique camp will offer an incredible collection of projects and experiments that will amuse and amaze your little scientist! Through hands-on activities, children will explore the basic scientific ideas that play a role in everyday life. Sample projects include: Rocketry, Glowing Firefly, Edible Oceans, Marshmallow Catapults, Growing Radish Head, and Beeswax Candle. This is a broad topic camp that teaches campers how the scientific method helps give us the answers to our many questions and introduces noteworthy scientists in an engaging and fun way. 7047743016.0
Camp Chickababa Week 1 - Springbrook Recreation Center
for Disabled Persons Ages 6 Years & Older This camp includes fun and therapeutic activities such as arts & crafts, indoor and outdoor games, music, swimming, ability appropriate field trips and more. Space is limited per week. Registration accepted on a first-come, first-served basis with 2015 campers given first priority until May 15. After that time, new participants will be accepted as space allows. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No class July 4. LOCATION Springbrook Recreation Center at Springbrook Recreation Center
One. Soccer School Camp- Goal Keeper Premier - Pleasant Run Soccer Complex
One. Soccer School Camp sets itself apart from other youth sports education providers because they apply an innovative 10-step curriculum that incorporates SAQ (skills, agility and quickness), yoga, and Footvolley (a cross between soccer and volleyball), among other tactics, to teach players the necessary skills to excel. Each player receives a pro jersey, shorts and socks, along with a pro training ball, and a backpack. In addition, they get professional youth training from top class coaches from all over the world. For more information or to register please visit www.onesoccerschools.com. Group rates are available for 10 or more participants. ACTIVITY AGE Youth LOCATION Pleasant Run Soccer Complex at Pleasant Run Soccer Complex
Week #8: August 15-19: Crazy Kitchen Chemistry - Main Room
Week #8: August 15-19: Crazy Kitchen Chemistry This class brings science into the kitchen as we use things we see every day to make amazing discoveries. Well make rainbow density columns that are safe to drink, create secret messages for our friends and explore how polar bears stay warm in below freezing temperatures. Well make ice cream in a bag, learn about flower power and put our taste buds to the test! This mini-camp has something for everyone - dont miss it! Ages 5 - 10. 500$/week. Extended day is available until 6 pm for 10/hr. 7188328400.0