Summer Camps in Delta, CO
Kids love travel camp! Campers go on daily field trips throughout the Bay Area. Camp includes two healthy snacks and admission to each field trip. Monday: Great America, Santa Clara Tuesday: Waterworld, Concord Wednesday: San Francisco Giants Vs. Milwaukee Brewers Thursday: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Vallejo Friday: Raging Waters, San Jose 650-610-0715
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Kid's Cooking Camp - Chapel Hill, NC
Kids will work with our expert staff and experience an array of foods from around the world through hands-on learning. Recommended ages: 4-10. Each class must be registered for separately. Pre-payment required. $10 per child, per class. All proceeds go to the Whole Kids Foundation. Registration and payment can be made at the Customer Service Desk or by calling (919) 968-1983. All classes are held at 1pm and 3pm in Penguin’s Cafe. Kid’s Cooking Camp themes for the month of June are: June 21: Cookie Making for Dad. June 28: Cheese Tasting
FBC, Parishville Teen Retreat 2016 - Winthrop, NY
"CHILL - GOD'S GOT THIS" (Joshua 1:9) - Faith & Mental Health from a teen perspective for 7th-12th graders with special guest speaker, Pastor Jake Potter from Statesville, NC.
CAP kid CAMP CALIFORNIA - Cambria, CA
Our second CAP camp in California will be (at least ;) just as amazing as last year with many fun activities and wonderful speakers/volunteers like Anthony Carrigan, Georgia v Cuylenburg, Kevin Bull amongst others. This will be a magical and life changing weekend! Don't miss out and sign up today!
Youth Camp 2015 - Athens, TN
Food Fun and Fellowship
Older Youth Camp 2016 - Odessa, MO
Theme: “There shall be one fold, and one shepherd.” 3 Nephi 7:16 Directors: Curtis ans Vi Hallier Ages: 18-30ish Pre-register online by May 8 for reduced price at http://www.odessahills.com/Upcoming_Events.html
Week 9: Food for Thought (Ages 8-9) - Ann Arbor Art Center
Lets take a close look at one of the most popular subjects in art: FOOD! Whether its still life paintings, pop art prints, or giant Claes Oldenburg sculptures, food has been used in art around the world and through the ages. Campers will: * Imagine a brand new kind of candy and design the packaging for it * Use food as inspiration for a colorful painting or print * Make a larger-than-life sculpture of a piece of food AREA OF INTEREST Summer Camps LOCATION Studio 3 at Ann Arbor Art Center INSTRUCTOR Art Center Staff
Pre-Engineers-Tech Camp - Morgan Park Academy
Junior MineCraftEdu and Game Design. This class introduces 3D design and building with MineCraft.edu, coding and Tynker, interactive story creation, iPad movie making, and digital design basic. 773-881-6700
After School Art Club - Narrative Ceramic Plate - Pearson Lakes Art Center
DETAILS Taking inspiration from a classic childrens book, students will create the narrative of the story onto a clay plate. 712-332-7013
SOFTBALL CAMP - Adams Park
Lace up your cleats and get ready to play ball! Campers will learn the basics of pitching, catching, fielding, throwing, hitting and base running. Well spend the day working on skills, drills and techniques and then apply the fundamentals during scrimmages. Supplies: Campers should bring their own bat and glove, and a packed lunch with a beverage and plenty of water each day. All campers should arrive at camp with sunscreen already applied, as well as with additional sunscreen, as needed. We recommend a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Attire: Softball attire (e.g., long pants, cap, and cleats). LOCATION Adams Park Baseball Complex INSTRUCTOR Sports A Rama
Attitude: A Prairie Kids Boot Camp - The Prairie School
Do you like to be active? Do you want to be more active? Are you looking for an alternative to an organized sport, but still want to be part of a team? Are you interested in keeping in shape for a fall sport? Most of all, do you want to have fun? Then this high-energy boot camp is for you! If, that is, you have the right attitude. -- This boot camp is designed specifically for developing young bodies and minds, with a fun (and safe) mixture of body weight exercises, running and cardio, partner and group exercises, games and obstacle courses. All movements will help build coordination, balance, and motivation. Stretching before and after exercise is emphasized, and mindfulness and yoga techniques will be integrated each day. (And did we mention the music?) -- All participants need is a good pair of tennis shoes, comfortable workout clothes, a water bottle, and a positive attitude! No other equipment necessary. By the end of the camp, participants will walk away with lots of ideas for maintaining a healthy body and mind in the future! -- Location: Flagpole at Primary School entrance -- Instructors: Ana Moreno and Dominic Inouye, founders of Countdown... (262)752-2680