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Summer Camps in Cordova, AK

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: F-4 Developing Parametric Equations Using Mathematical Modeling - Aurora
Designing project to develop student understanding of parametric equations and two modeling situations in which they are applied. No previous knowledge of parametrics is required by the students. The project requires two days of class time, with the remaining work done outside of class. This project is intended to be given three days into a unit on vectors. (630)9075950

Latest Review for Alton Jones Camps

Amazing Experience!
I sent my two kids (9 and 13) to Alton Jones for the first time last summer, they absolutely loved it. My 9 year old did Earth Camp, he loved tree-climbing and kayaking the most! My 13 year old did Teen X Adventure and also loved climbing (she did rock climbing!) and the water park. I was concerned about the cabins, since most camps have a busy basic set up, but these were great, I wish I had cabins like this when I was a kid! They... Read More...


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KID'S CODE CAMP (Downtown Martinez) - Martinez, CA
Kids Coding Camp - Kids will learn to develop their own mobile responsive website. Our instructors jump into Computer Basics then dive deep into programming, introducing Kids to all things STEM with an emphasis in Coding for the Web and mobile devices. A 5-day long coding camp (possible extension an additional weekend). Space is very limited - camp starts on August 8. FREE T-Shirt for each student. Register your child today! Can't afford the camp? Fee waivers available for low-income children.

Summer Camp - Cloverdale, OR
All Pack Event. Enjoy the wonderful Oregon Coast while working on your rank advancement and our Summertime Pack Award. Exact timing is TBD, but the dates are reserved. I have reserved 30 scout and 10 adults slots. We have time to adjust, but the sooner we get this nailed down the better. I will have a sign up sheet for the next Pack/Den Meeting next Thursday for all those interested in going. There is a fee for this $243/Scout and $115/Adult. We do get a free adult admission for every 6 Scouts that go. At the next Committee Meeting we will discuss how we want to ration that out, either by need, or reduce everyone's cost equally, etc.

NYFO Youth Camp featuring NFL Pro Bowler Aaron Beasley - Harrisburg, P
"We Got Skills"... NYFO Greater Harrisburg Area presents our 2016 Skills Camp... Spend your day with NFL Pro Bowler Aaron Beasley and the great coaches of the National Youth Football Organization - Greater Harrisburg... Date is set for April 3rd, 12 Noon at Central Dauphin East Middle School... All are welcome but only NYFO members can participate... Register at www.PlayNYFO.com

Building E-S.T.E.A.M. Partnership Presents...Teen Tech Week: Coding Bo
Gearing up for Georgia S.T.E.M. Day on May 6, we have partnered with the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System to co-host a bootcamp where teens will participate in a week long series of hands-on technology exercises. Topics wiill include: - website design - coding - dgital storytelling - researching - social media and more! Ages: Tweens & Teens daily classes begin at 4:30pm. Advanced Registation is required.

Kid's Camp PM Session Thanksgiving Clay Wall Hanging - Jenkintown, PA
Join us for a No School Kid's Art Camp from 2-4 pm. We'll be making Thanksgiving Clay Wall Hangings. The class is for ages 8+ and is $25. Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545. Registration is required.

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Spring Break Camp - After Care - Marinwood CSD
Campers in After Care will receive a daily snack. Pickup will take place either in the Community Center or playground. Late fees will be incurred for pickup after 5pm. After Care, 3-5pm Drop ins: $15. Register for drop-ins through the Community Center. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Childcare LOCATION Campers to be picked-up at Marinwood Comm. Ctr. INSTRUCTOR Marinwood Staff

PM My First Girls Talk - Scottsdale Country Day School Campus
Are "Girl World" friendships challenging for your daughter? Can she use support in finding her "voice"? Girls Talk provides girls with the skills and strategies to live a life filled with positive relationships, effective choices, and the valuable gift of loving and appreciating herself. Through fun activities, motivating art projects, and thought-provoking conversations, Girls Talk will support your daughter in learning strategies to communicate effectively, distinguish the difference between healthy and unhealthy friendships, and make positive choices. 480-833-7338

KHK: Wild West Camp - SD Discovery Center
This wild and western day camp features horses, horseback ridind, and ranch chores. A Western scavenger hunt will incorporate following directions, math and science clues to find hidden bounty. All campers will ride. Basic Horsemanship and safety will be taught. Campfire cooking skills will be included. Healthy snacks and lunch provided. Campers must wear long pants and sturdy shoes or boots. Bring sunscreen and a jacket. LOCATION SD Discovery Center at SD Discovery Center INSTRUCTOR Sue Douglas

Audition-Only College Level Teen Acting Intensive with Special Guest Instructors - Arts Effect Downtown
** PLEASE NOTE: You must audition and be accepted into this class BEFORE you register. This college-level acting workshop lead by Katie Cappiello and Meg McInerney along with Tisch School of The Arts faculty guests will focus on intense scene study and character development. Students will be challenged by advanced sense memory, improvisation, and text analysis exercises as they prepare scenes to be presented at the end of the workshop. Students will be assigned and emailed a scene prior to the workshop. This 5-day master class will require students to not only work in class on their pieces but also independently with scene partners outside of class – as they would in any theater arts college program. The final presentation will be on Friday, August 19th at 2pm. 917 261 4813

White/Orange Level - May - World of Golf
In this introductory level, juniors learn swing fundamentals, safety, and basic fitness routines. Familiarization with the golf course and facility are also explored in a fun and non-intimidating way. Juniors develop full swing techniques and are introduced to basic chipping and putting methods. Simple rules and etiquette will get them ready for the golf course. Character Traits learned: Integrity, Sportsmanship, and Respect. 859-371-8255

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