Summer Camps in Dexter, MO
Join us for a week long trip that includes three days of mission work, attendance at the Mid-America Steubenville Youth Conference July 15-17, and a day at an amusement park. This will be a diocesan trip with students from across the diocese in attendance! 218-724-9111
Latest Review for YMCA Camp Ocoee
So Many Things To Do
What I loved about Ocoee was that my child had lots of things to do. She wanted to try archery, riding horses and she was excited about the art part of the camp. She spent a lot of time with good friends that she’s known through Camp Ocoee and they played a lot of volleyball and basketball, but she said they also tried the BMX and water sports portions of the camp. She is excited to go back year after year. The counselors were very... Read More...
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Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Loving Care "Kids for Kids" Campaign 5K &1 Mile Fun Run - Ottawa, OH
Come join the fun! It's a great way to be part of teaching children the importance of helping others while getting some exercise! This year’s event will be focused on helping others. Barrett Lammers, a preschool student here at Loving Care, was born with polycystic kidney disease. He had been doing well managing with this until a few months ago when an abnormal growth was found between his liver and pancreas called a choledochal cyst. This required him to have an extensive surgery and rehabilitation this spring. His prognosis is positive, however, he will need to have continued close monitoring throughout his entire life. We are planning a 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Run and Diaper Dash with all proceeds from this event being donated to Barrett’s family to assist with medical expenses.
Paint the Prairie - Arkansas City, KS
Prairie View Christian Camp and the Sold Out Youth Group will be holding a paintball tournament on September 17th starting at 9 AM for ALL AGES. A gun, a mask, unlimited CO2, 500 rounds of paintballs, LUNCH, and a full day of fun all for only $20! Please come join us!! Anyone who needs a ride to the tournament can meet at the Wellington Free Will Baptist Church at 1219 N. Plum St. in Wellington and we will leave the church at 8 AM.
Woodleaf Summer Camp June4-10, 2016 - Challenge, CA
The best week of your life! We are going to Woodleaf from June 4th to June 10th. The cost is $350. It'll be an amazing week of Young Life Camp. If you don't believe us...just look at the pictures from past years. Sign up as soon as possible to reserve your spot.
Kid's Summer Camp - Grass Valley, CA
Take advantage of the early bird rate! Just a $50 deposit locks in your price and saves your spot! For details click here: http://twincities.church/events/kids-summer-camp
2016 Summer Camp Session 1 - Alex Box Stadium
Goals of the Camp: 1) to give young baseball players the experience of a lifetime in a $50+ million stadium on LSUs beautiful campus in a fun, safe, positive, and action-packed atmosphere 2) to learn tips that will help advance their baseball development from our outstanding veteran staff of coaches 3) to develop their skills in all aspects of the game through repetition, both through playing instructional games and by doing drills Skills Covered: Hitting, Position specific Fundamentals, throwing, base running, bunting, sliding Instructional Games: Campers will play one instructional game in the morning and one in the afternoon (lasting roughly 45 minutes- 1 hour) Format (with some flexibility) Morning Sessions (9am-Noon) will include one instructional game and two skill sessions Lunch (Noon-1:00pm) which will be provided, will offer the opportunity to eat lunch and relax Afternoon Sessions (1:00-4:00pm) will include an additional instructional game and two skill sessions Coaching Staff LSU Coaching staff members, other college coaches, high school coaches, club coaches, LSU players, other college player, former players looking to get into Additional FAQs *Campers will be separated by age and skill level, and we will make sure that all teammate requests are met. *All campers will receive... 225-578-4150
Week 5: Improv! - The MacDuffie School
Interested in letting your creativity run wild on stage? Then choose Improv this summer! Improvisational theatre (Improv) is any unscripted theatrical performance. Completely spontaneous and absolutely wild, improv develops stage presence and interpersonal skills! Each day will be filled with fun stage games and activities including scenarios made popular by the TV show Whose Line is it Anyway? and many more. Friday afternoon will feature a short improvisational skit for parents and fellow camp-goers. Lunch and afternoon activities/field trips included. 413-255-0000 x107
Camp Caterpillar - Stephen C. West Ice Arena
Come let your little caterpillar blossom into a butterfly as they learn about nature, animals, and the environment! Each day campers study nature, play in nature and create natural crafts. This program utilizes the discovery method encouraging children to think on their own and discover by experimentation verses explanation. A snack is provided each day. Summer preschool camps are at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena this year! Make it a full-day, full-week camp! Campers ages 5 and up attending morning camps may attend BMC  in the afternoon for half-price and/or attend the Wednesday field trips. Please contact Youth Coordinator, Abbey Austin at 970-547-4333 or via email at least one week before camp for information and registration. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Children must be potty trained. AGE CATEGORY Toddler and Preschool LOCATION Stephen C. West Ice Arena Upstairs Meeting Room
Materials Science - Ensworth High School
How does stuff break? To answer this question, students investigate how stuff is made and in doing so, will break stuff! Destructive and nondestructive tests will be conducted to investigate catastrophic failures such as bridge collapse, airplane structural failure, containers that leak, pipes that burst, and electrical failures. Advances in materials are at the core of significant technological advances, and we are in a materials revolution today! Students experience a hands-on introduction to materials science, engineering, and technology, joining researchers who push boundaries further than ever before, using biology, chemistry and physics to expand our technological frontiers. Minimum 10 students. PREREQUISITE: prerequisite Science Levels 1 and 2 CREDIT: Semester upper course credit in Science 615-383-0661
Kid Art - Farmhouse
This class is for the artful child! Students will create unique art projects each class. They will explore a variety of media, and work with paper mache, clay, paint and other fun materials. Age 3-5 Teacher: Jenn Trendel 6 classes. 508 435-9222