Summer Camps in Groton, SD
Before you roll out the red carpet and choose what to wear, let us help you with the menu planning! During this school break, Junior Chef Stars is offering an exciting morning cooking camp focusing on fun fine dining recipes fit for an Oscar! From tarts to tuxedo chocolates, and plating techniques to fancy napkin folding, this 4 day camp will be sure to put your junior chef in the kitchen spotlight! *To help assist our amazing Junior Chef parents still working this week, we will be open for early drop off at 8:30 for no additional fee. *Special Winter Promotion Price with payment plans available! Contact us at (650)898-8742 with any questions 6508988742.0
Latest Review for Camp Mabo Sound of Music
My daughter loves experiencing nature at the camp!
This camp gives students the chance to develop socially and musically. My 10 year old daughter loves the fact she can be out in nature, feels safe and can learn about music with like-minded children. Combining nature with music is a great way to spend her summer. It is a wonderful learning environment, but it is also relaxed and comfortable.... Read More...
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BATTLE FOR SUMMER-CAMP! VOTE DEAD LINE STRING BAND! - Des Moines, IA
This is an election year folks and we need you to pick The Dead Line String Band to represent Iowa at the Summer Camp Music Festival! Come on out and help us on our journey to SCAMP!
NFTY Ohio Valley Junior Youth Group (JYG) Kallah - Zionsville, IN
- Meet new people from OH, IN, KY, TN, and WV, and hang out with your friends from NFTY, GUCI, and other camps - Spend the weekend away from home "unplugging" from the stress of the week and enjoy the weekend in a fun, safe environment - Create unforgettable memories and long-lasting friendships - Rock with Jewish musician, Jacob "Spike" Kraus - Participate in fun, interactive programs that are written and lead by high-school teens The time has finally come for NFTY-OV JYG Kallah. Many of you are now wondering, “Wait, was that even English?” So let’s translate! NFTY: The North American Federation of Temple Youth (the youth arm of the Union for Reform Judaism). OV: The Ohio Valley Region - serves Jewish Teens in Kentucky (excluding Paducah); Indiana (excluding the northwestern corner); Ohio (excluding Cleveland and its suburbs); Nashville, Knoxville, and Bristol, TN; and western West Virginia. JYG Kallah - The Junior Youth Group Kallah for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in NFTY-OV. A Kallah is a convention, a gathering of youth from around our region for a weekend of teen-created educational, spiritual, and of course social activities. At a Kallah teens worship together, learn from interesting and exciting programs, participate in a social action...
Kid's Yoga Camp - Brighton, MI
Yoga and kids just go together. This fun camp is geared towards kids aged 6-10. They will: * explore moving freely, with awareness and ease * learn how to breath in ways to concentrate and calm themselves * learn how to quiet their busy minds * explore ways to listen to their bodies and honor themselves * HAVE FUN!
Summer Camp 2016 Teen Week - Rose Hill, NC
Fun is for everyone. Paint ball is coming.
Youth Fundraiser for Summer Camp - Douglasville, GA
Youth fundraiser for summer camp... Help the youth make it to Ormond Beach to learn more about Jesus!
Junior Golf Camp Ages 7-10 June 13th - Fox Creek Golf Club
An introduction to the game of golf with emphasis placed on fundamentals of grip, posture, and alignment. Introduction to the rules and etiquette of the game will be explained. Students will learn the difference between iron shots and tee shots, in addition to chipping and putting. Fun competitions will be held with in the class in each aspect of the the game. We hope to foster a childs interest in learning to play golf. 770-435-1000
USF Girls Outdoor July Young Stars 1/2 Day Camp - USF Soccer Facilities
Outdoor Beginners 1/2 Day Training Camp. Indoor facilities and gymnasiums will be used if there is inclement weather. Monday-Friday 9am-Noon. 4082393833.0
Natural History - Week 2 - Natural History
Can you tell a bird from its call? Identify a mammal from its prints in the mud? Ever wonder where flying squirrels live? How to catch a snake or a bullfrog? Come join us as we adventure through creeks, marshes, forests, and the many natural places of beauty we have to explore on The Heights campus and all around the metropolitan area. The various ingredients of this camp make for a fantastic summer experience. From the personal attention and fun atmosphere of learning, to the outdoor adventures and games, this is an experience hard to beat or imitate. Activities: short classes, nature walks, daily journal, creek exploration, games, field and fishing trips, and specimen collection. Session I will focus on mammals, reptiles, and birds. Session II will focus on insects and trees. Staff Anton Vorozhko teaches 6th grade homeroom in the middle school. Contact Anton Vorozhko at The Heights School, Notes Save plastic jars with caps and old shoes. The normal dress is basic outdoor attire (shorts and gym shoes). Campers should bring a bag lunch and drink from home. 301-365-4300
One day commuter Sunday, June 26 - Cliff Keen Arena
The Michigan Coed College Prep Camp includes two full days of instruction conducted in a low-pressure, safe, and fun environment on the University of Michigan campus. You will benefit greatly from this camp if you are interested in trying out as a college cheerleader anywhere across the nation and especially at the University of Michigan. Emphasis will be placed on individual instruction in coed partner stunting as well as tumbling, dance, strength and flexibility. We aim to ensure individualized attention and safety for each camper. It is the intent of the entire University of Michigan Cheer Team Staff to provide each camper with the best possible atmosphere in which to learn and sharpen their cheer skills. The techniques and skills that we will help you develop will give you a big head start over your competitors. You will train with the U-M coaching staff, former and current members of the cheer squad at Michigan and other collegiate cheerleaders and coaches. 734-647-9472
IMAGINE IT! (45 Min) MON 3:00-3:45 - Loudoun Arts Center
Introduce your youngster to the idea of creating plays and stories by enrolling them in this hands-on, interactive, fun drama experience. Guided by their teacher, students will make up their own magical stories and then act them out for one another. Developing critical thinking, peer interaction, and increasing their self-confidence and listening skills are just some of the benefits of this exciting, imaginative and multi-sensory class! 703-444-5888