Summer Camps in Fort Yukon, AK
Volleyball is the ultimate team sport. It is exciting, action packed and one of the fastest growing sports in the Tidewater area. The game requires outstanding hand-eye coordination, skill mastery, quickness, anticipation, teamwork and the motivation to "lay it all on the line." Now is a great time for your child to get started or further develop their game at the NCS volleyball camp. Campers will receive instruction in the six skills of volleyball: serving, passing, digging, setting, attacking and blocking. Campers will learn rotational and perimeter defenses and how and when to use them. Though instruction will be thorough, the atmosphere will be positive and enjoyable for all the campers. Highlights: Improved skills and a better understanding of the game Increased self-confidence Encouraging and positive staff (NCS coaches and players) New and strengthened friendships Personal player evaluation Exciting games and competitions 757-274-6295
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Mini Masters Kid's Class - East Windsor, CT
Over 5 weeks, we will learn about, explore, and create our own artworks inspired by different famous master painters. Each week we will discuss different art movements and how to use their techniques in our own artwork! Participants: Ages 5-11, 12-18 Cost: $125.00 for 5 week session MUST CALL TO REGISTER @ 860.370.5933
YOUTH SUMMER CAMP: BAKING BOOT CAMP (AGES 10-14) - Pensacola, FL
JUNE 13 - JUNE 17 Monday through Friday Ages 10-14 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Future pastry chefs create detailed cakes, pies and breads. More advanced decorating styles and skills are practiced to create their own “masterpieces.” The final day will be dedicated to our own baking competition. Register at http://www.cookingschoolsofamerica.com/pensacolacooks/index.php?page=series#565
Titans Aquatic Summer Training Camp 2017 - Clermont, FL
A traning camp that works on all four stroke drills, dives, starts, strength staning, testing dryland abilities, underwater fliming. With a fun to it with diffrent parks activities.
Lacrosse Camp for Kid's K-6th Grade - Denver, CO
Lacrosse Camp $20 Per Participant Learn the fundamentals of lacrosse passing, catching, scooping, shooting, defensive fundamentals, and teamwork from some of the coaching staff of the Ralston Valley High School Lacrosse Team. Perfect for beginners and developmental players. Registration includes your very own fiddle stick and free tickets to the Outlaws game on July 30 for each player and their immediate family member. Free tickets are available on a first come first served basis. Lunch is provided each day of camp. We offer early drop of beginning at 8:30am and late pick up until 1pm
Youth Leadership Summit 2.0
Held in Ashland, Nebraska at Carol Joy Holling Camp and Retreat Center, this event will gather youth from across the ELCA for intentional leadership development and faith formation. Our guests include Presiding Bishop Eaton, Kevin Strickland, Assistant to the Presiding Bishop/Executive for Worship, Stephen Bouman, Executive Director for Congregational and Synodical Missions of the ELCA, and several other wonderful speakers and teachers. Our featured presenter is Lyle Griner who will be coaching us on Peer Ministry. Each synod will select two youth to participate and send one adult to accompany them on the journey. Registration will be covered by a special grant. Your only responsibilities will be travel and being open to what God has in store for you through this event. Registration closes on October 1, 2015.
Travel Camp Week 10: Metro Movers - Westminster School
What is the best way to cool off in the hot summer heat? WATER and we are going to have a lot of it! Children will get wet every day. Griffins will dive into the pool twice a week, splash at waterparks and soak a friend with balloons, super soakers and more! Pack a bathing suit, towel and sunscreen daily for some cool fun in the sun! *Includes cost of admission and transportation. 8 child minimum, 20 maximum (703) 340-7268
Week 5: Improv! - The MacDuffie School
Interested in letting your creativity run wild on stage? Then choose Improv this summer! Improvisational theatre (Improv) is any unscripted theatrical performance. Completely spontaneous and absolutely wild, improv develops stage presence and interpersonal skills! Each day will be filled with fun stage games and activities including scenarios made popular by the TV show Whose Line is it Anyway? and many more. Friday afternoon will feature a short improvisational skit for parents and fellow camp-goers. Lunch and afternoon activities/field trips included. 413-255-0000 x107
SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK JR HOMESCHOOL GROUPS - Rise Dance Center
SPRING PRODUCTION DETAILS SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK JR. LIVE The Emmy® Award-winning Saturday morning educational cartoon series and pop culture phenomenon is now the basis for one of the most fun musicals ever to hit the stage, Schoolhouse Rock Live! JR. Join our cast of young thespians to sing, dance, and act your way onto the stage. Classes consist of vocal and choreography rehearsals, theatre games and acting exercises. No experience required, just bring a desire to work together and have fun! Location: Rise Dance Center Thursdays from 1pm - 2pm Ages 7 - 15 (grades 2-9) No Class March 24 850-687-1637
Party In the USA (1-4pm) Half Day - Loudoun Arts Center
Rock out to the rockets red glare and celebrate America the beautiful just in time for July 4th. Explore Americas past with a field trip to Loudouns Farm Heritage Museum well explore some of American Historys greatest artifacts through the Smithsonians History Explorer portal. Well even put our hands up and party at the pool! 703-444-5888
Illustration & Design - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Learn the basics of illustration, layout and design. Think like a graphic artists as you bring narratives to life and incorporate elements like composition, text and mood into your artworks. Work in colored pencils and paint creating your own original illustrations. 302 239-2434 x120