Summer Camps in Dallas City, IL
These students have been invited to stay ALL THREE DAYS of festival. Registration fees include meals and staying over night in WMU dorms. 2485459200.0
Latest Review for YMCA Camp Arbolado
My daughter started to go to camp Arbolado since she was 9 and turning 14 this year. She looks forward to going and can't wait to see her friends from camp. She has been to at least 5 sessions including summer, spring and winter. ... Read More...
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Winter Youth Retreat - Mercersburg, PA
IL Youth Camps 2016 - Wapella, IL
Junior High Camp: - June 13-17 - Ages 12-14 yrs old - Nate Roemer (Campbellsburg, KY) - Day Speaker - Stephen Brown (Denver, CO) - Night Speaker Senior High Camp: - June 20-24 - Ages 15-21 yrs old - Kevin Raposo (Doniphan, MO) - Day Speaker - Chuck Carr (Doniphan, MO) - Night Speaker Hyphen Camp: - July 6-8 - Ages 18-30 yrs old - Guest Speakers: Paul & Brooke Pamer (Barberton, OH)
Student Life for Kids Camp 2017 - Hackleburg, AL
Youth Development Summer Camp Car and Truck Show - Concord, NC
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office, Youth and Development Division, will be hosting a Car & Truck Show on Saturday, April 16, 2016 with all the proceeds going to benefit the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office Youth Development Summer Camp. The Youth Development Summer Camp provides At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County with a week-long camp experience. This year, we will be expanding our summer camp experience to include three, 1 week sessions that will impact over 120 At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County. During a typical week of summer camp, At Risk Youth interact with police officers in a positive learning environment. Some of the camp activities include bowling, fishing, mini golf, swimming, along with trips to the zoo and local movie theaters to name a few. Interlaced within these activities are structured lessons which teach about the dangers of bullying, internet safety, gun safety, peer pressure, and drug abuse. In today’s society, now more than ever, we need positive role models for our youth. The School Resource Officers of the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office are effective, positive, motivational, role models for these At Risk Youth. PLEASE COME OUT ON APRIL 16TH AND SUPPORT THIS WORTHY CAUSE.
IIGS 84th Sikh International Youth Camp, Camp Seely, CA, USA - Fullert
Happy New Year to you all!! Save the Date for the IIGS Sikh Internaltional Youth Camp this summer in southern CA at Camp Seely which is in the San Bernardino mountains near Lake Arrowhead and Lake Gregory. Plan your summer accordingly. Great opportunity to rejuvenate your Sikhi spirit. Registration and details are will be soon available on our website at http://www.iigscamps.com. For those who have never been here it is a beautiful camp site with cabins in beautiful, natural, peaceful, serene, surroundings. IIGS Alumni - Let's all take this opportunity and get together with our families. Give our children the beautiful experiences we had as we grew up going to IIGS camps. Have them become a part of the camping movement and enjoy the camp spirit! If you have ever attended an IIGS Youth Camp, Mothers Camp or Family Camp come join us! Let's all reconnect, share our experiences and just hang out! Bring your spouses, families - come be with your IIGS family! Pass the word around!
Spring Science Camp - 2016 - Pico Park
Let Your Imagination Soar! Spring Science Camp is a fun-packed, one week day camp led by top notch, enthusiastic Recreation Leaders where kids get to have ?Aha!? moments of creativity and discovery while building and playing with unique toys, astonishing gadgets, and fantastic gizmos -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please bring any recycled item for various planned science projects on the first day of Camp. Items can include - soda can, soda / water bottles, newspaper, milk cartons, etc. Field Trip - Griffith Observatory - Wednesday 3/30 Campers must bring a sack lunch daily, and are required to wear a camp t-shirt daily. Shirt fee is $6. GRADES Kindergarten - 8th LOCATION Pico Auditorium ABC at Pico Park
Summer Camp-Broward Center-Before Hours-Session 1 - Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Before Camp Hours for Summer Camp - Broward Center Session 1 (June 13, 2016-July 8, 2016) 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. AGE CATEGORY Youth INSTRUCTOR Nina Felice
Little Rogers Session 1 - Male - Camp Roger
Non-Refundable Deposit: $50 ** ATTENTION: If you would like to pay only the $50 deposit per camper now, choose the PAYMENT PLAN o ption available on page 4 (Fees page). And make sure you click AGREE TO PAYMENT PLAN located at the bottom of the pop-up box that appears If not, you will be charged the full amount. ** Little Rogers Full Price: $280 Voluntary Cost: $253 Apply For Financial Assistance: If you choose to apply for assistance, the full cost of the program will be shown at checkout until we have received and processed your full Financial Assistance Application. To complete your registration please pay the $50 Non-Refundable deposit at checkout. Transportation To/From Camp is unavailable for Jr. Rogers campers Our YMCA offers a voluntary Tiered Pricing System to help all families be able to participate in our programs. The Voluntary Cost is a partially subsidized rate for families who cannot afford the full cost of the program. This option is voluntary, requires no paperwork, and in no way influences the experience your youth has. Financial Assistance is available, but requires an application to be...
Week VI COMBO UE - Chemistry and Card Games and Math - Franciscan Montessori Earth School
Two half-day camps combined for a full day of fun. Reduced price. See individual camp descriptions for details. Chemistry- AM session (8:30 - 11:30) Card Games and Math - PM session (12:30 - 3:30) Lunch supervision provided between sessions. 503-760-8220 x253
TH-1030 Thrilling Thursday - Roosevelt Park 08837
5 weeks; or children, 3-4; 5-6 years old, GROUPED BY AGE. Rain date, if needed: 5/26 Rovers Soccer Skill Building is directed by professional soccer coach and NJ Youth Soccer Hall of Fame Inductee, Spencer Rockman. This weekly, high energy session puts emphasis on skill-building games, which promotes maximum learning and enjoyment - enhanced by a small-sided match. These sessions are family-friendly, since siblings can play at the same time, divided according to age/ experience. Rovers accommodates all levels of play for boys and girls. Please bring a soccer ball and a water bottle. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on our website for more information. Be sure to read the email confirmation you receive after registering! 732-777-1600