Summer Camps in Douglas, AZ
Ages 4 - 18: Experience - no experience up to intermediate level of tennis experience. Snack will be provided, must bring own lunch. LOCATION Huntington Park Tennis Center - 340 Hornet Circle * 757-926-1507 INSTRUCTOR Harvey Robinson
Latest Review for Foxtail Girl Scout Camp
What an amazing experience for our daughter! We had hoped joining the Girl Scouts would bring her out of her shell a little bit and now she is such a bright and confident young girl, we couldn't be happier. It was actually our daughter who asked (begged!) to let her go to Camp Foxtail with her troop. This was a very big deal because it was the first time she would have an extended sleepover. After talking with some of the counselors we knew she... Read More...
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Youth Baseball Camp - Schoolcraft, MI
Join NLP's Baseball staff for a comprehensive skills camp, focused on fundamentals of hitting, fielding, pitching & catching. Will also include scrimmage and game situation development. WHO: Student-Athletes ages 5-10 WHEN: June 20-24, 9A-3P Daily COST: $300 (15% discount with proof of Little League Registration! Email [email protected] for details) REGISTER: http://nlathlete.com/athletic-development/youth-baseball-camp/
2016 Boot Camp - Merritt Island, FL
40 Teams serving in 25 Countries! Mission Trips for All Ages.
Autism Cares Foundation COACH Bingo
Come out for a great night of COACH Bingo!! Doors open at 5:30pm. Tickets are $40 which includes: raffle tickets, buffet, 10 rounds of bingo, and a dauber. (No outside food permitted) BYOB TO REGISTER: 1) Please visit our events calendar at www.AutismCaresFoundation.org OR 2) Send a check for $40 to: Autism Cares Foundation P.O. Box 180 Richboro, PA 18954 Hope to see everyone there!
CCDYC @nd annual Summer Camp - Centralia, IL
The first two weeks of the CCYC Summer Camp will begin on June 20,2016 and end on July 1, 2016. This year there will be two separate camps with the second two week camp starting on July 18 and conclude on July 29 2016. Applications for the first session must be returned by June 15 to be accepted into the first session. Ages this year will range fron 7 to 12 yars of age. For additional information please contact the center at 618 532 6530 Another summer of fun for our children
Iditarod Summer Camp for Teachers - Wasilla, AK
Summer camp isn’t just for kids anymore! Come experience Alaska in a totally unique adventure while immersing yourself in the Iditarod for nine days!
Summer Blast Week 2 - Building H
Like to be active? Come have a ton of fun at Duke Schools Summer Blast Camp! Join us for a week of group games, card games, board games, creating crafts and art projects. Well also find time to explore the nearby trails of Duke Forest, cool off in the creek and play water games when it gets hot! Director: Taylor Greenhill 9194932642.0
College ID Academy - Memorial Stadium
Our College ID sessions offer top quality instruction to take your game to the next level. We will work on the technical side of your game at game speed and under game pressure through exercises and competitions that will help improve first touch, receiving and playing the ball with different surfaces of your foot, passing and shooting accuracy, service over distance, defensive positioning, heading, finishing, and MORE! We will also build on your tactical awareness of the game and your understanding of runs off the ball, defensive organization and communication, along with how to deal with numbers up vs. numbers down situations. Hang with the Bears on and off the field and learn what it takes to be a Division I college soccer player. Residential campers reside in Residence Halls in the center of the UC Berkeley Campus. All campers dine in the state-of-the-art Dining Center. Campers are supervised at all times. **Commuters eat lunch and dinner in the dining hall and are provided a lounge area to relax in during the down times of the day, but they will not be provided dorm room accommodations like the overnight campers** Tentative Camp Schedule Tuesday 3:00PM Residential and Commuter Campers Check-in... 5103255391.0
Glow In The Dark Camp NEW! - Family Museum
Lets dim the lights and get glowing! Create glow-art, get sticky with glow painting, explore the glowing constellations in outer space, and much more LOCATION Celebration Room INSTRUCTOR Grace Collison
Earth Day Elephant Bottle - Spiva Center for the Arts
Come celebrate Earth Day at Spiva and make an adorable elephant from recycled materials! Express your love of animals, the environment, and art all in one class. (417) 623-0183
2016 Speed of Play ( INDIVIDUAL WEEK ): Leadership through Fitness NSC - Blaine - National Sports Center
Individual Week / Add on Registration Here (2016 AKA SOP SCHEDULE BELOW) AKASPORTs Speed of Play: Leadership through Fitness Program, is led by AKA Director, Chris Schulz and the AKA professional training Staff. Participants enrolled in the AKA Speed of Play (SOP program), in partnership with the AKA All Sports Camp (ages 6-12), will offer adolescents an opportunity to be active, train and play in an All Sports setting geared to teach them leadership qualities with personal mentorship opportunities. The base of the Speed of Play program is from 9:00am-4:00pm and the doors are open for all Speed of Play participants from 7:00am-6:00pm, the same hours of the AKA All Sports Camp so you can take advantage of supervised activity time the entire day. In a nutshell: You will have the opportunity to select a minimum of 8 weeks (out of 12) for the 2016 Summer SOP program. $165/week includes Field Trip each week (Individual week rate with NO Field Trip = $120) Week 1 (June13) - OLYMPIC GAMES & OPENING CEREMONIES WEEK Week 2 (June 20) - DIAMOND SPORTS WEEK Week 3 (June 27) - SWIMMING WEEK Week 4 (July 5) - ICE SPORTS WEEK *shortened 4 day Week... 651-447-2454