Summer Camps in Colby, WI
Welcome to Portledges first field hockey camp! The program will be run by two of the Locust Valley field hockey coaches, Karissa McGrory and Tammy Caramico. Your athlete will need a field hockey stick, mouthguard, shinguards, cleats, and goalie equipment (if you are a goalie!). Session 1 is for any girl looking to love the sport of field hockey. The session will focus on beginner skills such as stick work, shooting, positions, and offense vs. defense. Girls will learn the proper stick skills learned to become a future field hockey star. In addition to learning the proper sportsmanship skills needed to become a well rounded athlete. We recommend athletes joining us for the first session are new players ranging from grades 3-9. Session 2 is for any advanced athlete looking to get ready for preseason and the fall school season. It is recommended that girls are interested in playing on the JV and Varsity level. Athletes during this session will work on expanding their knowledge of the sport, increasing stick skills, and working on specific offense and defensive skills to push athletes to the next level! This session is a great way to get back into shape before the fall seasons! (516) 750-3104
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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.
2015 Halloween Frightmares & Costume Contest
Brett Sherris' SUMMER CAMP CINEMA© Film Festival presents the annual 2015 HALLOWEEN FRIGHTMARES© & COSTUME CONTEST IT FOLLOWS and a PRE-RELEASE screening of THE HALLOW see it here first
Youth Football Camp - Romeoville, IL
#MYOB Youth Business Boot Camp (YBBC) - Riverview, FL
Would you like your student to like school more. Would you like your child to be motivated more at home and in school? AT YBBC your student will learn intensive strategies to look at life like a CEO. When: Saturdays 9-26-15, 10-10-15, 10-17-15, 11-7-15, 11-21-15, 12-5-15, 12-12-15, 1-9-16, 1-24-15 Ages: Children, Boys and Girls ages 6-16 Fee: $15 registration (Includes; Book #MYOB Mind your own Business) $5 per session (includes snack, Youth Business Coaching (with The Goal Girl) Registration is Monday- Friday at Kids Doing Business Academy Prep. or call Jorgie Franks at 813-239-4681
Mountaineer youth football camp - Coal City, WV
. No contact , fundamental camp, k-9th grade, The return of former wvu star QB RASHEED MARSHALL
Winter 2016 Wednesdays: Engineering - REALM Charter High School
Over this 8 week session, girls will apply math, science, and engineering concepts to build a tetrahedron kite and a mouse trap car. Through an understanding of geometry, structures, aerodynamics, velocity, and more, girls will use multiple construction methods and materials to bring their projects to life! This course will be taught by Allison Oropallo and Emily Pilloton. 510-206-2396
Technology Goddesses Preschool COV - DC7 - Escondido Program Center
CHILD OF VOLUNTEER - PRESCHOOLERS ONLY This session is reserved for preschool-aged children of volunteers. All other campers and COVs should use the regular camp registration session options and select the COV rate. Not eligible for Cookie Camp. Heres a camp with a technology twist: Drive robots with smartphones, take digital pictures and videos, and learn how to edit them. Brush up your computer knowledge at new, age-appropriate classes. Other highlights include an after-camp lab for DCA/CITs, a sleepover for grades 5-12, and a field day on Friday. 619-610-0821
KidSport Afternoon: Tennis & Golf, 6/27 - 7/1 - Scarlett Middle School
 KidSport Afternoon: Tennis and Golf Each week features a different sport teaching basic fundamentals skills, rules, team building and sportsmanship and open swimming time. Director: Kerry Winkelseth, UM School of Kinesiology. Campers bring snacks and water. Afternoons, Monday-Friday. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Curbside Drop-off. Staff will pick-up your camper from your car at 1:00 PM and bring your camper to your car at 4:00 PM. KidSport offers children the opportunity to learn and refine non-competitive sport-specific, team building and social skills. The activities are age appropriate and developed by experts in childrens physical education. KidSport is staffed by certified teachers as well as physical education and education majors focused on providing a first-rate experience for your kids! Scholarships are available from UM KidSport at www.kines.umich.edu/umove.kidsport  Application deadline is April 30. This camp is not eligible for Rec & Ed Scholarships. LOCATION SCARLETT SCHOOL at Scarlett Middle School PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 KidSport Camp Registration
Fairy Tales Through a Microscope - The Evergreen School
Fairy tales do not require fairies… interesting! In this class, students will be examining fairy tales. Where did the term fairy tales come from? When did fairy tales begin? Some fairy tales explored this week include The Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk, and The Frog Prince. The original versions will read and discussed. We will take a look at todays childrens literature and how fairy tales have changed through the years… often in funny ways. We will explore different versions of tales from different cultures. Students will also be reinventing their own fairy tales. 206-957-1533