Summer Camps in Erie, KS
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.
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What this camp might lack in 5 star hotel lodging they more than make up for in personal attention to campers. They remember every camper by name, send them birthday cards, and make sure each one is recognized as a VERY special person. They have been doing this for 35 years with an impeccable safety record. They are even an international training center for emergency preparedness. I have never met a camper that didnt come home wanting to return immediately. I know... Read More...
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Pre-Teen Summer Camp - Erin, TN
Pre-Teen camp for student who complete grades 4th & 5th grade. Early Bird Registration is due early May. More details coming.
BHT Camp 2016 - First Informational Meeting - Powell, OH
Hi Everyone! It's almost 2016, which means it's finally time to start preparations for this summer's camp! The first informational meeting will be on Saturday, January 9th. There will be a total of two informational meetings (the second on January 31st). If you are applying to be a full time counselor for the first time, you are required to attend at least one of the meetings. Also, keep an eye out on your emails for the counselor application that will be released soon. Can't wait to see all of you on January 9th! Hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas and have a great New Year's!
Youth & Teen Summer Sports Camp - Brentwood, MO
Shockwave Fitness and Performance Sports Camps offer the perfect combination of expert training and FUN! Every parent wants greatness for their child/teen and our camps are designed to do just that! Our multi-sport camps are designed to improve every aspect of athletic development and sports performance, taking your young athlete from GOOD to GREAT. Camps are structured as followed; (age group appropriate) athletic development & conditioning untilizing calisthenics, medicine balls, bands, plyometrics, kettle bells, battle ropes, barbells, etc and multi-directional speed; dynamic running and technique, linear and lateral acceleration and deceleration, lateral shuffle, change of direction, cross over, retreatng skills, cutting, mistake recovery, and lots more. Camps rotate weekly and begin 5/30/16. Times - 10am to 12pm and 3:30pm to 5:30pm monday through friday. Call or message us today for more information. Pre-registration only. Space limited to 12 to 15 athletes per camp week...
KID GAMING CAMP w/ Joe Carroll - Huntington Beach, CA
This camp is great for kids who want to learn how to play famous games as seen on YouTube such as GAMING MOLT and Chief Pat. You take the 8:30 Flow or Barre class or 9:15 a.m FIT class in the next room. class runs tuesday - friday 8:30 - 10:30 am FRIDAY IS THE TOURNAMENT! PRIZES WILL BE INCLUDED FOR ALL
CentriKid Camp 2016 - Pulaski, MS
. Date:07/25/2016 - 07/29/2016 Location:Timber Creek Camp Pulaski, MS
Titan Volleyball Camp - Antelope Crossing Middle School
Learn the basics of volleyball, including passing, setting, serving and hitting. Introduction to this exciting team sport will be taught in a non-competitive and fun atmosphere. This camp is a must for students who are thinking about trying out for their schools team. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All campers will be supervised over the lunchtime break. Please bring own lunch. LOCATION Antelope Crossing Middle School Gym INSTRUCTOR Antelope High School Volleyball Coaches
Fiddling Fun and Jazzy Jammin - SCDS
Fiddling Fun and Jazzy Jammin Both fiddling and jazz styles enhance the musical development of any string player within a motivating context. Fiddlin Fun will boost your musical confidence and performance skills through a journey into an alternative performance style, through Celtic and American Fiddle Tunes. In Jazzy Jammin you will learn cool jazz rhythms, bowings, swing and bebop style, syncopation and different scales.Open to violin, viola, cello and stringed bass. Taught by Dr. Melinda Rubin. Please register by May 10, 2016 On June 17th, at the last class, parents are welcome to celebrate in the students accomplishments. Requirements: Students must have completed at least 2 years of study on their instrument and be competent in notereading so they can fully enjoy the class experience. Students mustsupply their own instrument. Location: Lower School Building, Upstairs, Room 208. Drop Off/Pick Up: Lower School Building, Upstairs, Room 208. 912-961-8859
Cooking Around the World Camp Daily Wed - White Rock Community Clubhouse
Hosted by the Sacramento Childrens Museum, this camp will give children the opportunity to prepare and sample foods from around the world. Each day will focus on a different country with additional activities relating to the history, geography and culture of that country. * To receive the museum members? price of $115 per week or $27 per day, present your SCM Membership Card when registering at the Hagan Community Center office. AGE CATEGORY Youth
The BFG Summer Camp - Stutelage Innovations
As one of the best childrens books ever written becomes a hit on the silver screen, we will spend a week learning about Sophie, an orphan, who joins the Big Friendly Giant in a fight against evil. Catch your dreams, make your own Frobscottle and join Sophie on her journey to become an international heroine! Campers will love participating in a cloud in a cup science experiment, writing silly dream mad libs and testing out their engineering skills. Get ready for some enormous fun! Monday, June 27, 2016 Art: BFG Ears ELA: The BFG Read Aloud Science: Rain Cloud in a Cup Culinary Arts: Make Your Own Frobscottle Cooperative Learning: GIANT Pick Up Sticks Tuesday, June 28, 2016 Art: Dream Catcher Science: Making Giant Sweets ELA: The BFG Read Aloud Art Dream Jars Cooperative Learning: Capture the Dream Wednesday, June 29, 2016 ELA: The BFG Read Aloud Art: Decorate Your Dream Jar ELA: Discussion on Dreams Writing: Dream Dictations Culinary Arts: Baking Dream Cloud Cupcakes Thursday, June 30, 2016 Art: Dream Trumpets Science: Why Do We Dream? ELA: The BFG Read Aloud Math: Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication Word Problems ELA: Silly Dream Mad Libs Friday, July 1, 2016 Creative Thinking:... 7163627848.0
Week 4 - Full Day Travel Camp - Whitby School
Arrival from 8:45 a.m. Pick-Up at 4:00 p.m. Camp ends at 12:00 p.m on Fridays Early drop-off available 203-274-5367