Summer Camps in Eunice, NM
Campers (ages 9-15) will experience our unique program centered on innovation, mentorship, leadership and community-building. DIGIVATIONS Camp Demigods Camp Half-Blood Unites with Camp Jupiter are a blend of world building through innovation, role playing and speculative fiction. These Camps are based on the principles that kids have an enormous reservoir of creativity and innovative ideas which they look forward to sharing with other like-minded individuals who hold common interests. Please register using a computer. Please do not use a tablet or smart phone when you register because the program will not work properly. The registration process takes about an hour and asks you to answer about 50 questions. The program does not allow you to save your work, so it is best to answer the questions in one sitting, electronically sign all the waivers and pay your deposit so you are fully registered. Many of the questions at the end of the application are best answered in consultation with your child: so that they express their interests, their first choices of cabin (demigod or fandom), etc. Tuition covers all meals, housing, instruction, guest lectures, ImagineSTEM blog, mentoring, supervision, materials, and recreation fees. This amount does not include transportation to and... 360-543-5641
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2015 Northeast District Youth Camp - Stevens, PA
Attention NEMOP Youth. Join us September 25th-27th for our 2015 district youth camp. Please come ready to be under the influence of the spirit of God. Speak with your local youth leaders for more information on this event. Can't wait to see everyone there. God bless. Atención NEMOP Juventud! Acompáñanos septiembre 25 a 27 para nuestro campamento de jóvenes del distrito. Por favor, venga listo para estar bajo la influencia del espíritu de Dios. Hable con sus líderes juveniles locales para más información sobre este evento. No puedo esperar a ver a todos en este gran evento. Dios los bendiga.
Teen Adventure Trip: Camping and Fishing Trip - Chandler, AZ
Explorer or thrill seeker, experience a summer of adventure that will invigorate your spirit. Designed for teens ages 13 and up, getaways are a great way to meet new people. Learn the art and science of fishing from a true expert. We will be escaping the Valley heat by traveling north to some of the best hidden fishing holes where fishing is at its best. Participants will be provided with transportation, fishing pole, and bait. Bring a large lunch, a lot of water, your valid AZ fishing license and appropriate clothing for the weather (close-toed shoes are required). *Pre-registration is required.
Kid's Camp: NEW! Paper Hats - 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!
Austin Summer Camp Fair - Austin, TX
Join us at the FREE #AustinSummerCampFair on Sunday, Feb 28! Nurture My Child's Austin Summer Camp Fair will bring more than 60 Austin-area camps under one roof. Families will have the opportunity to participate in activities from each camp and make the best, most educated decision on where to send their children, ages 4 - 18, for the summer. There's something for everyone, including STEM, art, theater, sports, creative writing, robotics, special needs and much more. Parents will be given an event bag with items from our sponsors and local businesses. they will also have the opportunity to enter to win a free week of camp from over 20 camps and parent giveaways valued at over $500. Visit www.NurtureMyChild.com/Fair for more details.
August 23-28, Epic Fishing Camp for Youth ages 13-17 & 8-12 plus pare
Epic Fishing Camp Information and Registration: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/fishing-fly-trout-salmon-bass-lake-river-ocean/ Join us on the most exciting week of the year for fishermen and women! Trout start to bite as nighttime weather cools, salmon season opens in the rivers, and crabs are still legal to catch and are growing to size. Whether you’re an experienced angler or new to fishing, come join us for an exciting week of fishing at the very best spots in Western Washington! Learn the basics of rod/reel and fly fishing with our seasoned instructors and try your luck at various sites such as the Puyallup River watershed, North Cascades mountain lakes, and the Salish Sea. Target fish include trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, surf perch, flounder, sole, dogfish shark, dungeness crab, and many more. In the heat of the day when the fishing slows we’ll be learning what it means to be an honorable harvester. You will also learn to clean and cook your fish in various ways with lead instructors and French Culinary School graduate chef Charlie Borrowman to enjoy eating the fruits of your labor. This camp promises to be an exciting and educational experience! Camp Goals & Skills Covered: •Become adept at rod and reel fishing (casting, tackle/set up,...
Spring-The "Write" Stuff 2, Kindergarten - Wichita Collegiate School
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! Kristen 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-perception skills for more successful writing tool use. 316-771-2289
Discovery Day Camp: Session 2 - Rockhaven Camp and Retreat Center (FPC)
Day camp sessions run Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm with transportation provided to and from First Presbyterian Church. Check in at First Presbyterian Church begins at 8:30 am. Come to one or all four day camp programs which are filled with arts and crafts, games, skits, nature hikes, rock climbing, bible stories, music, worship and fellowship in a safe, fun, Christian environment. All day campers are provided with 2 snacks and a healthy and hearty lunch prepared each day by our staff camp cook. 406-586-9194 x267
Oper Explor 2016: WK 7 TBA - The Calverton School
Write your own play with one of Calvert Countys most intricate minds. You will learn the ins and outs of script writing and then perform the play in front of all your fans! 410-535-0216 x1130
Camp Carlyle: Session III - Carlyle House Historic Park
Camp Carlyle at Carlyle House Historic Park, in Old Town Alexandria, encourages children to explore history through challenging, engaging, and fun activities. We highly value and encourage inclusion of all campers in all activities. Campers will have the opportunity to learn about 18th century games, clothing, schooling, culinary techniques, trade and money, and city life. Campers will also have opportunities to take offsite field trips to other historic sites in Old Town Alexandria that include the George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Gadsbys Tavern Museum and the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum. The final day of camp includes an all-day offsite field trip to a historic site or museum. Past all-day offsite trips include George Washingtons Mount Vernon and George Masons Gunston Hall. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This camp is intended for rising 3rd to rising 6th graders. GRADES 3rd - 6th LOCATION Carlyle House Historic Park, Alexandria, VA INSTRUCTOR Vanessa Herndon
Lacey Camp (Outdoor) - EXTENDED Session 3 - 2016 - City of Hanford
Grades: K - 12th Morning drop off at Lacey Park; afternoon pick up at the Hanford Teen Center. This weeks theme "Super Hero Week" Parents, is your child ready to have fun and make new friends this summer? If yes, then bring your child to the coolest hot spot in town. The Lacey Park Day Camp is full of fun activities for children grades K thru 6th. This is an outdoor recreation camp. Campers will learn about the benefits of being physically active; as well as, having a healthy lifestyle in the outdoors. Each week campers will engage in various group games, art projects, participate in a talent show and weekly field trips to the Hanford Teen Center, Hanford Plunge and the local Library. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. A weekly food menu will be provided at request. If your child has a particular taste, you may consider bringing a sack lunch for your child. The park in the summer is hot, please send your child to the park with a bottle of water and sunscreen. Staff will provide an igloo of cold water for refills. Please have your campers...