Summer Camps in Colstrip, MT
Join us for the first ever Parkview Summer Olympic Games! Campers will get to choose their country, wave their flag, and even participate in opening and closing ceremonies! Kids will compete in different Olympic games but, in the spirit of the true Olympics, we will also focus on learning teamwork and good sportsmanship. 630-469-4306 x180
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My daughter improved her social skills at this camp and had fun too!
My teenage daughter has a lot of fun at this camp. She enjoys spending time talking to the camp counselors, canoeing, hiking, swimming, archery and climbing the rock wall. She also has learned how to garden. She has a new found respect for nature. She also has gained vital social skills through this camp experience. ... Read More...
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ESM Varsity Cheer Youth Camp - Minoa, NY
Youth Cheerleading Camp . All Districts Welcome :) Boys and Girls Ages 5-16 $40 Per Camper $30 Per Camper Family Rate (2 or More Children ) August 24th :: 5:45-8 August 25th :: 5:45-8 August 26th :: 5:45-8 August 27th :: ShowCase 5:45-8 All family and friends welcome REGISTRATION & PAYMENT DUE: AUGUST 16th ! Attn: Cheerleading ESM CSD 6400 Fremont Road East Syracuse NY 13057 Checks payable to : Varsity Cheerleading To receive paperwork please Email Coach Brittany @ [email protected] or Call (315) 447-7919 Camp Includes Cheer, Jump, Dance, Basic Tumbling and Stunting Instruction by the ESM Varsity Cheerleaders and Coaches Each Camper Will Receive a camp T-Shirt and Hair Bow All Proceeds to Benefit :: The ESM Varsity Cheerleading Competition Season Registration and Flyer Attached in Event Questions - Contact Coach Brittany Barrigar (315) 447-7919 or [email protected]
Youth Skills Camp - Pensacola, FL
Dates: November 21 & 22 Time: 9:45-3:00pm both days Ages: females 8th grade and below (fastpitch only) Cost: $40 per player Pre-Registration due by Friday, November 13, 2015 Mail release form and payment (checks payable to PFHS Softball Booster Club) to: Coach Tara Blackwell Pine Forest High School 2500 Longleaf Dr. Pensacola, Fl 32526 OR attend the pre-registration at the PF softball complex on Fri, November 6 @ 5pm. ***Athletes that are registered early will receive a free camp t-shirt. Box lunches, unlimited water and shirts for pre- registered athletes will be provided. There will be extra camp shirts for sale for $15. Proceeds will benefit the Pine Forest Softball Program. Contact Coach Tara Blackwell (850-380-4163, [email protected]) for questions or concerns, and for information packet containing detailed schedule and release form.
THE HIGH LIFE Summer Camp 2016 - Poulsbo, WA
Grades 6 to 12
Spring Break Kid's Riding Camp! - Georgetown, TX
All kids up to age 18 welcome, no charge for current EquQuest horsemanship students; $250 for new students Camp dates are March 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18; 10 AM to 1 PM each day. Kid's learn to catch their own horse, tack it up, do ground work and ride (as age and confidence level appropriate). Get's them outside in sunshine and fresh air, helps them develop compassion for animals and puts them in touch with nature. Bring sunscreen, water and a snack. Call Michelle Clarke with any questions (512-868-7638) Equipment (except for riding helmets and boots) and horses provided. Please, no bicycle helmets.
Blackwatch Teen Adventure: Back into the Night - Burlington, MA
The call goes out as it always does. The Blackwatch must gather. Whatever intrigues and perils await must be endured...for the Nightlands beckon. Pre-registration and costuming required for this interactive adventure. Foam swords provided. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $30/person pre-registration (24 hours before event) required at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800. Late registration on the day of the event will incur an additional $5 fee.
Sports Camp - [email protected]
Back by popular demand, Footsteps Sports Camp led by Coach Adrian! This is a fun and interactive camp for campers who want to explore different sports and non-competitive games. Our camp promotes cooperation, teamwork, and everyone participating. Campers participate in soccer, flag football, dodge ball, tennis, swimming, and a variety of outdoor games. Friday afternoons the campers swim at local pools and take a weekly sports related field trip. Adrian and his staff of coaches make sure the day is balanced with two healthy snacks and time indoors out of the sun! Your child will go home worn out from so much vigorous physical activity and fun! Field Trip: Oakland As Vs. Milwaukee Brewers - Wednesday June 22 Swim Location: Carlmont High School 650-610-0715
Things with Wings Day Camp - Harris Nature Center
For children going into 2nd and 3rd grade Birds, bats, dragonflies and butterflies all have wings and at this camp, children will take flight with many fun nature activites, games, hikes and crafts. All campers will receive a free camp tee shirt. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * This program will take place regardless of the weather. * Register before June 1st and receive a $5.00 discount. GRADES 2nd - 3rd LOCATION Harris Nature Center Wetlab at Harris Nature Center INSTRUCTOR Harris Nature Center Staff
Film-Visual Arts - Amador Elementary School
FINE ARTS ARTISTIC EXPLORATION - NO LUGGAGE REQUIRED Students will analyze the role and development of the visual arts in past and present cultures throughout the world, noting human diversity as it relates to the visual arts and artists. While participating in mini projects inspired by artists, students will have the practical opportunity to develop character by working together applying their learning for the common good of their school, local, and/or global community with a service learning project. Students will perceive and respond to works of art, objects in nature, events, and the environment. Students will describe how artists can show the same theme by using different media and styles. The culminating wearable art project will center around common class selected themes demonstrating human diversity as it relates to visual arts. DIGITAL PROJECTS FROM CONCEPTION TO PROJECTION INVENTIONS Budding entrepreneurs will be provided with problem-solving opportunities to explore the inventor that is within their imagination. Students will work independently and collaboratively to apply their creativity to solve problems that include interactive physics applications. Students will draft, build, and make models utilizing common everyday and recycled items. Students will present their inventions in a Shark Tank style promo clip. Along the... 9258282551 x5431
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
Elite - Baker Rink (Check-In Location)
The Princeton Field Hockey coaching staff has designed the Elite Camp for the athlete and the team who have aspirations to take their game to the next level. We encourage you to make this your high school team camp. In the months leading up to the camp, the Princeton coaching staff will work with your HS coach to ensure we are working toward your team goals for the upcoming season. We will address tactical areas, individual skill development and team direction. For the camper coming to camp as an individual, we will place you on a team with other athletes of a similar experience level. Individual skill will be developed during the morning sessions, while afternoon and evening sessions will be devoted to team tactics and team building. Sessions will be held on Bedford Field, the world class water-astroturf home of the 2012 National Champion Princeton Tigers, as well as the field turfs at 1952 Stadium and Plummer Field at Roberts Stadium. Athletes will have the opportunity to be coached by a mix of Division I college coaches and top collegiate players. You will receive high level instruction at EVERY skill or small game station. Your evening coach will be... (609) 258-3369