Summer Camps in Clinton, OK
These will be one on one sessions scheduled with Todd Howard individually. Parents are encouraged to be involved and at the lessons if possible. 8 or 16 sessions. Call or email for interview. Thank you. 480-455-2899
Latest Review for FCYD Camp UTADA
FCYD Camp is proof positive that being diagnosed with diabetes means you have to live a sheltered life. We tried to tell that to our daughter all the time but she never really embraced the idea until she found herself surrounded by kids in her same situation. She felt very welcomed from day one and made all kinds of friends. I think she was just soooo happy to have someone her own age to talk to about what she goes through with diabetes. I get... Read More...
To find more summer camps near Clinton, OK adjust your search values such as zip code or nearby city in the search box.
107.7 THE END Summer Camp 2015 - Redmond, WA
107. 7 THE END Presents: Summer Camp 2015 With Matt and Kim, Robert DeLong, Glass Animals, Chet Faker, Saint Motel, Joywave, Meg Myers, and In The Valley Below Saturday August 15, 2015 at Marymoor Concerts Doors at 12:00pm All Ages to Enter
SR Teen Camp - Alexandria, MN
The price for youth camps will be $221 early bird pricing, $271 thereafter. Sr Teen Camp is for students going into 10th-12th Grade. 2016 graduates can attend Sr Teen camp one last time. http://msmstudent.com/camp/
CF Kid's Camp 2016! - Tampa, FL
Summer is almost here and we're so excited for Kids Camp 2016 @ Christ Fellowship, June 20-24. Each day will be filled with fun from 9am to 12pm. Kids will submerge themselves in God's word and discover that Jesus didn't just see what's on the outside of people, he also looked deep down on the inside. So grab your goggles, step into your flippers, and dive in to find the truth below the surface! Kid's Camp is FREE!!! But you have to register. You can register by going to www.christfellowshiptampa.com or by clicking the tickets tab above.
Advanced Kid's Horse Camp - Hereford, AZ
This camp is going to be specifically designed for our regular riders and our returning camp attendees. We will be honing skills in horse direction and control with speed and obstacles, as well as reviewing all horse care and horse anatomy. This camp is for ages 5-14 and is Tuesday through Friday 8a-12pm with a demonstration and barbeque on Friday for family to attend and see what they learned.
Summer Camp Wednesdays : Week 3 featuring Church Booty - Urbana, IL
Come out to celebrate the third Summer Camp Wednesdays featuring live music from Church Booty. You’ll be one step closer to winning a FREE ticket to Summer Camp Music Festival! Doors at 9pm Show at 10pm $3 Cover Must be 18+ to Enter Summer Camp Wednesdays will feature a rotation of central Illinois-based bands each week that you’ll also be able to see at this year’s festival, plus $3 Real Long Island Iced Teas and from 9-11pm FREE Manolo's Pizza & Empanadas! And the best part is… you’ll be in the process of winning a FREE Summer Camp Music Festival ticket! For full details on the contest, check out our website! http://canopyclub.com/ For details on Summer Camp Music Festival, check out: http://summercampfestival.com/ _______________________________________________ Playing a deep songbook that combines original music with their own personal take on a variety of pop tunes, Church Booty is a funky groovy soul-infused collection of musicians as diverse as the music they play. With the common connection being a background together in jazz, the only limit they place on themselves is music that has to feel as good as it sounds. Building a strong local...
Deaf Film Camp for Girls (Ages 12-16) - Camp Mark 7
Camp Mark Seven offers many development and leadership activities for the deaf youth and children programs. The program is designed to provide a sense of caring for one other, honesty, respect as well as enhancing each campers self confidence, self esteem, social skills, teamwork, initiative, work and play with other campers and camp staff. With this goal, campers will have fun with diverse camp activities. Program activities: Swimming and tubing. Paddle a canoe on the chosen rivers/lakes and camp out under the stars. Low ropes course. Diverse outdoor games. Arts & crafts. Hike different mountains. Evening Bonfires. Shopping in Old Forge and Inlet. Campers will create skits for Parents Night; Parents Night is offered at the end of the program, and family members are invited to come and watch their childs skits. CM7 shirt included. 315 207 5706
Clothing Design - The Mandell School
Designing spring staples such as sunny shorts, breezy skirts and terrific tops will seem easy as you add one-of-a-kind works to your warmer-weather wardrobe! Well teach you the ins and outs of fashion design from top to bottom, head to toe - the possibilities are endless as we show you how to tap your creative genius. Youll create an entire ensemble, including shirt/blouse and skirt/shorts. And because no look is complete without a bit of flair, well make some fun accessories such as belts, scarves and hair pieces. Our Fashion Instructors guide you through every step of the process, from construction to final fitting! 212-222-2925 x5416
Marsh Madness Basketball Camp-Girls - Alcoa High School
Campers will learn valuable skills at their respective positions and basic fundamentals of the game of basketball. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wear comfortable clothing and basketball shoes. Bring sack lunch or money for lunch. LOCATION Alcoa High School Court 1 at Alcoa High School INSTRUCTOR Dawn Marsh
Epidemiology: Disease Investigation - NCSSM Durham Campus
So long as humans have existed on this planet, microbes have coexisted with us. Theyve lived in our bodies and thrived in the environment, posing a silent and constant threat. Theyve caused fevers and panic, helped with digestion and immunity. In this introductory course in human microbial disease, students will be introduced to the impact that various microbes have had in our lives. Students will learn the principles and methods of disease investigation: investigating patterns of illness in populations, identifying infectious microbes by visual assessment, mode of infection, and symptoms. Students will be able to identify the characteristics of various pathogens and infectious agents, be able to explain how diseases spread, and will construct models, create presentations, and collaborate on projects related to epidemiol 919-416-2635
Friday Night Lights Camp Friday June 3, 2016 (Grades 9 to 12) - Sheakley Athletic Complex at UC
Description: There is nothing like stepping out onto the Sheakley Athletic Complex under the lights. Our Friday Night Lights Camp is an up-tempo evening of football with the Cincinnati Coaching Staff and top college coaches from the Midwest. This camp will be held at our practice complex under the lights, simulating a game day environment. Campers will go through combine style testing demos, position drills, 1-on-1 drills, speed drills, and on field competitions focusing on proper techniques and fundamentals. All One Day Camps feature in person instruction by the University of Cincinnati Football Coaches, along with many other coaches from FBS, FCS, Division II, and Division III level Colleges. A Member of the Cincinnati Football Staff will lead each Position. Camp is open to football players going into Grades 9 to 12in the fall of 2016, CHECK IN/CHECK OUT PROCEDURES • Check In – Friday, June 3, 2016 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., Linder Athletic Center • Closing Remarks – 7:00 pm., Sheakley Athletic Complex WHAT TO BRING • Any special shoes you may use. Cleats or turf shoes are acceptable. • Helmets are suggested at this camp. 5135565986.0