Summer Camps in Electra, TX
Our lives are filled with great stories. Make believe is fun, but nothing is more powerful or fascinating than real life. Or at least, it can be, if you know where to look and how to write with attitude, flair, and honesty. Through four types of nonfiction storytelling—the interview, the review, the essay, and the memoir—this class will explore each writers unique voice and perspective on our world. What is funny, surreal, and important to you? What gets your goat? What cant you believe? Sometimes, the difference between a boring story and one thats inspiring and hilarious isnt what you write about, but how. 9739000415.0
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Wonderful Camp will do wonders
This camp is perfect for kids looking for a chance to get out of the house and into the woods! There is a ton of choice in activities and camp sessions. They offer a variety of activities daily and the food is great. The best thing about this camp though is the godly atmosphere. The staff makes it a safe and loving place for all campers who come. ... Read More...
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Dinosaur Summer Camp - McAllen, TX
Enter the time machine…and explore the world from when dinosaurs roamed this land. Dig like an archaeologist, investigate fossils, learn dinosaur roars and touch real dinosaur bones! It’s a week of dinosaur and fossil-mania! NATURE DISCOVERY CAMPS A unique experience every week! A combination of indoor and outdoor adventure, games, wildlife exploration, scavenger hunts, science and art! ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED Ages 6-8 Dinosaur Camp Activity Number #263001.03 Please call 956-681-3370 for details. DATE: Session 3: July 19 - 22 Tuesday - Friday TIME: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. FEE: $50 Resident / $60 Non-Resident NOTE: Breakfast & Lunch included. Participants are also encouraged to bring a light snack, water, bug spray, hat, sunscreen and wear tennis shoes to camp.
Campaign Strategies Training: "Ending Youth Incarceration" - Webinar
This past year, social media has been flooded with violent images of the over policing of marginalized communities. We have felt the detrimental impact of state sanctioned violence, which has led to too many of our children, parents, friends, family and community members behind bars. CJNY member organizations continue to do the critical organizing and advocacy work to resist the structural racism within our justice and education systems. In a continuous effort to develop the skills we need to hold systems accountable for over criminalizing our communities, we are very pleased to bring to you: Youth First Initiative’s Campaign Strategies Training: “Ending Youth Incarceration” Space is limited so please register today using this link. http://goo.gl/forms/IVs7dNv92H Once you register, you’ll be provided with the call in information. This session will highlight examples of successful campaigns to close youth prisons, discuss lessons learned from these campaigns and other advocacy efforts, and cover steps for kicking off a campaign in your state to end youth incarceration. Facilitator: Liz Ryan, founder of the Youth First Initiative: a national Juvenile Justice campaign with the goals of halving youth incarceration in 15...
World's Best Kid Camp Enlistment Day - Princeton, MN
The World's Best Kids Camp is coming to Princeton on September 26th. Call to enroll. 763-242-1422
Take A Kid Fishing - Bruceville, IN
Free fishing for children of all ages.
Kid's Camp: Explorer Stationary - Rochester Hills, MI
Paper Source KIDS CAMP WORKSHOPS Est. 1983 *Classes are for ages 8 and up. *Please note length & time for each class. *Crafting can be messy! Please wear clothes that can get dirty. *Any of the kid's camp classes can also be scheduled as a private event for 5 or more. *Sign up for two workshops and get 10% off both seats!
Behind the Curtain (Tech Class) - Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center
For students who want to be part of our upcoming season (from behind the curtain.) This course offers all creative aspects of theatrical makeup design and application such as: old age, horror, and fantasy. Instructor Lance Howell 910-341-7860
All Sports - Summer Camp Session B - Kirkwood Soccer Club
Full-day sports camp Highlighted sports activities include baseball/softball, basketball, flag football, soccer, and speed/agility training Participants should bring personal equipment, a water bottle, towel, lunch and snacks, and rain gear Field trip - Wilmington Blue Rocks vs Lynchburg Hillcats - July 21, 2014 Extended care option - you must also register for ALL SPORTS - SUMMER CAMP EXTRA CARE SESSION B if you wish to receive this service SKILLS Beginner Intermediate Advanced LOCATION Kirkwood Soccer Field I at Kirkwood Soccer Club
Kids Summer Camp - Westover Hills
CAMP DETAILS Kids in 2nd through 5th Grade ( Ages 7-12) are invited attend Kids Sumer camp 16 in Kerrville,tx. Cost is 190 and includes Lodging, meals, And Transportation. To reserve your childs spot. Pay a Deposit of $60. Then Pay the remaining balance by Jun 19. Deposits and payments are non refundable and cannot be transferred to another child.
Operation Kids Camp - Camp Nawakwa
2016 Operation Kids Camp at Camp Nawakwa "Supporting the Homefront Together Operation Kids Camp is unique and open to youth ages 8 to 14 years who have an active duty or retired military, veteran, police, fire fighter or EMT family member. Operation Kids Camp Mission: Connecting youth from military & first responder families, while developing 21st century skills such as critical thinking, communication and social skills. Each child will return home with a greater understanding of themselves, more confidence and improved self reliance skills. Being around other kids that have a mom or dad in the military is just awesome, and there are so many things to do here that I cant do at home...like archery, canoeing and campfires. -Jared, age 10 "I Am Not Alone"The main purpose of Operations Kids Camp is for Individual children from military & first responder families to feel they are not the only ones going through this experience of their parent or family and how that impacts the family unit parent. By bringing children from these very special families together we will provide opportunities for them to establish common bonds of support between their peers, while having fun and making new friends in the... 9099825400.0