Summer Camps in Columbia, KY
Creative Concoctions - $150 (August 22 – August 26) Science and art are twirled together in this STEAM-y summer camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). Well put a scientific spin on your favorite artistic activities including sculpting with electrical clay, drawing with conductive ink, and painting with edible confections. 484-664-1002
Latest Review for Tim Horton Camp Kentahten
The Perfect Vacation
I have to admit that when we dropped our son off at Camp Kentahten my husband and I were a little bit jealous. We had planned our own mini-vacation to coincide with our son's summer camp stay but we were going to my parents. I would much rather stay at one of those gorgeous lakefront rooms. Our son is looking forward to the archery and the climbing tower. I'm sure we'll be buying him a bow and arrow before the summer is out!... Read More...
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2016 Camp KidJam: Current 2nd - 4th Graders
We just reserved our spots for Creek kids! Parents, mark your calendar for next summer and start saving. Camp is an awesome birthday or Christmas gift! Registration will open in February. Summer camp. It’s a chance for your kids to… get away from home make new friends get messy stay up late and have some fun. Right? Well, yes. And no. Because there’s a lot more to summer camp than fun and games. A week of summer camp can impact your kid’s faith like nothing else can. For a whole week, Your kids will go on a journey with God. They’ll hear life-changing truths. They’ll worship. They’ll talk about it together. They’ll build better friendships. And they’ll connect with an adult – their small group leader – who will personally invest in them. And, yeah, they’ll have some fun, too. Summer camp is where memories are made. The kind of memories that can shape a kid’s faith, and will stick with them long after the week is over. Summer camp matters. And it’s right around the corner.
Mandatory Camp KidJam Parent Meeting - Sarasota, FL
MANDATORY PARENT MEETING: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m. in the FirstSarasota, Chapel building Please bring your completed forms to this meeting including the shot records requested.
"Live Out Loud" Cottonwood Camping Trip - Klamath Falls, OR
We will be heading to Camp Cottonwood for an amazing week of fun, hiking, fishing, and amazing devotional times. You will not want to miss this powerful week of life changing time together in the great outdoors. Open to all current 7th grade through 12th grade students. Price and more details to come.
Giving Tuesday Social Media Campaign - Chattanooga, TN
THANKS FOR JOINING #GIVINGTUESDAY! WE ARE SO GLAD TO HAVE YOU INVOLVED. BE A SOCIAL MEDIA AMBASSADOR FOR THIS DAY AND HELP US RAISE THE FUNDS!! SIGN UP HERE: http://www.tcmidsouth.org/you-can-help/volunteer/ Teen Challenge of the MidSouth will be raising donations for Hardship Scholarships for those students who cannot afford to come through our program. Our goal is $30,000 ($2500 monthly to help 10 students -120 per year) You don’t have to be a world leader or a billionaire to give back. #GivingTuesday is about ordinary people coming together doing extraordinary things. You can help spread the word!!! Will you consider being a Social Media Ambassador and partner with us to help break the chains in students lives?
Spaghetti Dinner To Raise Funds For Youth Camp! - Sanford, NC
C.T. Townsend's Youth Camp has been the talk of our church & I can see a lot of the kids getting excited about attending! We currently have 38 kids signed up and ready to go so of course they are going to be helping out with this :) and the cost is $250 per child this would help out tremendously for the parents.. There is no set cost on the plates but just to donate what the heart leads you to❤
Scratch Programming - 10AM - The Digital Arts Experience
Scratch is a tile-based visual programming language developed by MIT that helps teach the logic and problem solving that drive computer programming. Scratch uses command blocks instead of code, and can be used to create interactive stories animations, video games and much more. This class is designed to give younger students an introduction to programming through fun, exciting, and interactive projects. Class dates are: 04/09, 04/16, 04/30, 05/07, 05/14, 05/21, 06/04, 06/11 with a makeup date on 06/18. 9146448100.0
Carved & Hand-Built Vases in Clay - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
In this class students will slabs to construct a one-of-a-kind vase form. Decorative designs will be carved into the shape to give these vessels an ornate appearance. Finished pieces need to be fired and glazed. All works will be picked up at a later date. 302 239-2434 x120
Gardening Club 4-8 - YSWPCS
The students will learn how to plant and tend to a garden to produce healthy, fresh food for themselves and for the school community. They will also learn about sustainability and caring for the earth. 4126682064 x134
Ocean Explorers (Week 3 AM) - Lore & Lures - NESS
Have fun learning about fish and fishing while using maps, engineering, fisheries research, and innovative design while constructing a fishing rig. Use dip nets, a cast net, rod & reel, and fish traps to provide background for biological observations. Look to the past to explore the ocean lore of mermaids, sea monsters, and giant squid as well as glacial and fresh water influence. Perform a fish dissection and learn more about fishing in the past, present, and future. Includes: fishing, engineering, boat trips, & snorkel adventures 860-535-9362
04 Summer Fun Camp 4 Ages 5-12 - Middle School
Camp will meet from Noon-5:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; and at 7:00-5:30pm on Friday. Activities will include: arts and crafts, passive games,educational games, group activity games, sports, strength and conditioning, rhythms, and free play. There will be swimming from 4:00-5:00pm in the Middle School pool. Activities will be geared for children 5-12 years of age. Bring a snack, swim suit and towel. Campers should report to the HS cafeteria and enter door #29 on days that camp starts at Noon. Campers will be escorted to the MS Gym after lunch by camp counselors. When camp begins at 7:00 am campers should report to the Middle School Gym and enter through door #36. In order to register for this activity, you must first click to open the participation waiver and then place your initials in the left box to confirm that you read and agree. You must also read the Parent/ Athlete concussion agreement in the text and check the box underneath to provide confirmation that you have read, understand and agree to the new concussion information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Parent/Guardian must initial for anyone under 18 years old. Permission is granted for my son/daughter to participate in...