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Summer Camps in Eufaula, OK

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Summer Camp - Aug. 29-Sept. 2, Ages13-16 - Instituto Cervantes of Chicago
From the last weeks of June until the end of August, we offer fun, one-week Spanish Camps for 25 hours a week. Children learn to understand and express themselves in Spanish, while improving their communication skills through a dynamic immersion program taught by native instructors that combines classes, artistic workshops, and fun activities. Meets Mondays through Friday, 5 hours each day, offered weekly throughout the summer. Students may attend as many or as few summer Spanish camps as they wish. We also offer fall, winter, and spring camps. Call us at 312-335-1996 Or visit our web page: Chicago.cervantes.es for details. Schedule: Monday to Friday 9 am to 2 pm COURSE SUB-CATEGORY Summer Camp LOCATION 31 W. Ohio st

Latest Review for Foxtail Girl Scout Camp

Amazing Experience
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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DMSA Boys & Girls Day Academy - University of North Florida
The DMSA Day Academy has established itself as North Floridas Premier Summer Soccer Day Camp. It is specifically designed to teach skills, tactics, and fundamentals of soccer. This will be accomplished by individual instruction by our highly qualified coaching staff and age-specific curriculum. The environment will emphasize fun. Every camper will receive a DMSA T-shirt and water bottle for each camp attended as well as one soccer ball. (Please note: Only one soccer ball will be given regardless of attending multiple camp weeks) 904-620-2948

PM Creatures of the Night 8/8 (ages 4-5) - Ah Haa School for the Arts
Learn the art of clay sculpture and create a fantastical ceramic nightlight. Youll combine your favorite parts of different animals (for example, an elephants trunk, a rabbits ears and a lizards tail) to form a magical, working night light to put on your nightstand. (Tuition includes one nightlight fixture and bulb.) 970.728.3886

Theater Performance Guild - Artists Exchange
Ready, rehearse, and act! Join our new Theater Performance Guild to develop your performance skills and put on original productions with an ensemble of like-minded actors. Make new friends while learning the basics of acting, improvisation, playwrighting, and stagecraft, and much, much more! Create your own characters and write your own scenes – the sky is the limit to the worlds we will explore and plays we will produce. A goal of the guild is to build a group of young actors who want to further develop their skills, have fun onstage and offstage, and hone their craft together. All experience levels welcome and encouraged to join, from beginner to advanced. Performances will be ongoing and run on eight-week schedules (subject to change due to any calendar/holiday conflicts). Session ends with a performance on Saturday, March 5th at the Black Box Theatre open to all family and friends. (No materials required aside from your imagination.) *WANT MORE FUN? Class also offered on Thursdays from 4:30-6:00pm with a final performance on Thurs, 3/3. Sign up for both Thursdays and Saturdays for only $330.00 ($10 savings)! Closed for February Vacation (No Classes Feb 15-21). 401-490-9475

The Write Stuff - Ages 5-6 - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Freed Is your child struggling to learn how to print? Are they reluctant to complete written work? Whether your child is struggling or not, learning to print is a very complex skill. This class will provide all of the foundational skills necessary to be able to learn to print effectively and efficiently all while having FUN! Kristin Freed, Licensed Occupational Therapist will assess your students use of a writing tool and then provide a multitude of activities to improve their grasp, general stability, tactile discrimination, visual-motor coordination, and visual-perceptual skills for more successful writing tool use. 6 weeks, June 14,21,28 & July 12,19,26 316-771-2289

Laurens First and Goal Football Camp PA - Lafayette Colleges Metzgar Athletic Campus
LFG Football Camp is a one day, instructional clinic for high school aged players taught by volunteer college coaches from across all divisions. It is a unique opportunity to hone your skills, learn new techniques and drills and showcase your talent to the more than 300 college coaches volunteering their time and talents to coach for the day. LFG is not a combine - there is no timed 40, vertical, height/weight measurement, ect. It is a learning experience open to players of all levels. Players are grouped by graduation year (rising seniors and underclassmen) and position chosen, and rotate through offensive and defensive sessions throughout the day. Kickers have the option of staying with the kicking specialist coaches for the entire day, or rotating to another position if desired. Quarterbacks also have the option of playing quarterback all day, but we encourage players to rotate to another position. Players do not wear pads or helmets, but we recommend mouthguards. Please refer to our web site www.lfgf.org for details on travel information, sample schedule, frequently asked questions and other information. (610) 250-6981

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