Summer Camps in Curtis, NE
Crystal mushrooms, poisonous plants with eyes and a tiger snake. These are a just a few themes that students will explore in this fantasy filled camp. Use your imagination to create plants and animals that are out of this world. 302 239-2434 x120
Latest Review for 4-H Camp Whitewood
You get the most bang for your buck at this beautiful camp in northeastern Ohio. Completely affordable! Delicious homemade meals by an Amish cook staff, simple, wholesome programming with energetic, educated, dedicated staff: swimming, boating, hiking in a gorgeous gorge, shooting sports, day camp, campfires, etc. This is the kind of experience that changes kids lives for the better! ... Read More...
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Winter Thaw Youth Retreat - Stroudsburg, PA
BRING YOUR YOUTH GROUP ... WE'LL DO THE REST! Just as winter thaws and gives way to spring, a winter retreat for youth groups is offered to challenge your youth to remain strong in their faith and continue to turn to Jesus Christ for direction and comfort in the middle of the school year. An awesome speaker and terrific worship band will help make this weekend spectacular. Participating youth groups must provide chaperones for this retreat. Register by December 31, 2015 to receive a free t-shirt. After this date, t-shirts may be ordered.
Teen Weekend October - Pomfret Center, CT
For kids 13-18 $50 each 5:30 Friday till 9am Sunday
Lady Spartan Kid's Basketball Camp - Spartan Center
Hope you will join us for our annual boys/girls basketball camp grades K-6th grade hosted by your Webberville Lady Spartans. $15 per child (Checks payable to Webberville Girls Basketball) Checks payable to Webberville Girls Basketball Kindergarten-6th grade boys & girls Please bring a basketball & appropriate footwear. We will have an air pump available should you need it. Camp will focus on age appropriate skill instruction to include: Basketball language fundamentals Ball handling skills Defensive principles Passing fundamentals Rebounding fundamentals Shooting basics No preregistration required. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. Clinic starting PROMPTLY at 9:00 so please allow time for registration
Junior High Jubilee - Hunt, TX
YFN Summer Camp - Dallas, TX
Sign up, Sign up! This will be an incredible week of summer camp, that you don't want to miss! Todd White, Josh Carter and Chris Estrada, along with the Awakening band will all be there! Deposit of $75 is due by April 29th. You can register at tpcfamily.org under events.
Half Day Wk1 - NonRes - Epping Forest Clubhouse
Our morning program lasts from 9am to 12pm, and includes programs for Jellyfish (ages 4-5), Rockfish (ages 6-8) and Blue Crabs (ages 9-12). The morning session typically consists of three 45-60 minute activities that will be exciting and engaging for your children. During each of these time slots we endeavor to provide options for your child, enabling them to do what they like most and empowering them to have the most fun with their day. Activities throughout the day are structured around three main themes including: OUTDOORS (e.g., nature hikes, sailing, water sports, swim skills, kayaking, survival skills), ARTS (e.g., crafts, indian art, tie dyes) and GAMES (e.g., tennis, basketball, dodgeball, beach challenges). The activities will be led by our energized counselors or Program Directors. No lunch is provided and the pick-up time is promptly at noon. 4432235991.0
Math Munch - Main Campus
Math Munch is for all little budding mathematicians! We immerse the children in rich and multi-sensory activities using manipulative and hands on activities to build your childs math skill set. Through our activities we will learn about basic addition and subtraction, graphing, telling time, fractions, word problems and money. 6159487005.0
Audubon Nature Club 1-3 (Thursday) - Janney Elementary School
As winter turns to spring, animals wake up, return home, and build nests. And we can help them by protecting and preserving natural resources. Come and explore different animal habitats—from way up in the treetops to deep underground. Live animal presentations are included! 202-724-8950
1st Session - Crochet / Knitting/ Paper Folding - YSCP
Instructor: Ms. Anamaria Here is the summary for the club. Below it is the summary for me: Crochet/Knitting and Paper folding In this club we focus on learning basic crochet or knitting techniques. This includes learning how to read charts. Students choose between knitting or crochet to start. They have option of learning the other later. Squares are the main building blocks for all of the projects. Projects will be up to the students to choose. They range from a scarf, book cover to a basic shirt. There will also be small non-square projects like mustaches, flowers and balls. Focusing on squares gives participants a quick project that can easily be completed during club time after the first few sessions. It also allows for lots of color without having to change or join yarn. Small projects like these can easily be done anywhere. The possibilities are endless for completed projects. A completed scarf can easily become a blanket later on if they want with the simple addition of more squares. If time allows later in the semester and there is interest from the students, more stitches will be taught. For those wanting a break from crochet or knitting there will... 8142379727.0
Musical Theatre Audition Class - Seattles Littlest Performers
In this short 6 week class students will be able to learn what directors are looking for in the audition process. Students will have group vocal training as well as be given a song to work on for a solo audition, students will learn acting tips, and learn simple choreography. Teachers will be able to give feedback to students, and encourage tips for cold readings 206-473-9580