Summer Camps in Hale Center, TX
Build your skills with a week of camp devoted to the pottery wheel. Start by throwing the basic cylinder form and turning it into a functional bowl or vase. Add some character to the plates and cups you use every day with interesting surface techniques and glaze. Ceramics camps allow children to immerse themselves in clay studio studies ranging from basic hand building, wheel throwing, and sculpting. Campers will learn a variety of skills designed to fit the camp they are in. Ceramic focus campers will learn the technical aspects of recycling, slab work, build a simple kiln from a metal trash can and firing pottery in it. All under the guidance of a professional potter and the fire department. Clay adventures offers a beginners taste of experimenting with clay. Sculpting camps have a slight focus on bringing 2-D drawings and images of characters into 3-D form. * Artists Exchange will be open Monday the 8th on Victory Day. 401-490-9475
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Great Family Camp
My girls love Camp Wayfarer and we go every year. It is an action packed camp for both girls and boys. They really cater to families, too. My girls really love the dance activities, but they also learned a lot in the environmental and marine biology portions. They rode horses, learned a lot about the performing arts, they learned tennis this year and next year they want to get more into golf. They can’t stop talking about the fun times and the great counselors and... Read More...
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FireKid & Creature Camp at The Syndicate Lounge
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TEEN/TWEEN CAMP: rad rooms - Saint Petersburg, FL
You asked – we listened! We’re debuting 5 mini-camp sessions designed specifically for the “older kiddos!” These camps focus on fun and skill building over 3 consecutive afternoons of concentrated creation – allowing time for larger projects and deeper investigation of themes hand picked from customer recommendations! These camps run from 1-4 in the afternoon and are designed for students in 5th grade and up. Early bird registration rates are $75 for 1 mini camp, $100 after May 15. June 21-23: RAD ROOMS – you’re the designer! create one of a kind painted and stitched projects to be sure your bedroom style is on point!
Kid Side Soccer Camp - Traverse City, MI
Monday, June 20 - Wednesday, June 22nd. $20 per kid. 9:00 - 11:00AM each day! Awards will be given to kids on the last day! Come practice some awesome soccer moves! Snack and Bible lesson will be included. Hope to see you there!
WBF Summer Camp at Hartland - Badger, CA
WBF's Summer Camp is June 6th to June 10th at Hartland. It's ages Kindergarden through Eighth Grade. Open to the community! Check out our website for more information.
Explore! Youth Ceramics Camp - Detroit, MI
Moms, Dads and Grandparents! Are you looking for an exciting and educational experience for your child during the summer months? Our summer camps are designed with age-appropriate projects to accommodate children age 6-12. Your child will explore several classic children's books through basic clay hand building techniques and mixed media arts projects. Students will create uniquely fired ceramic pieces and other crafts that explore classic and contemporary children's stories. We will complete each week of camp with a special art showcase for students and parents! Half Day and Full Day camp options available. Camp is not offered the week of July 4. Camp runs from June 20 - August 5. Space is limted. Register at the link or call 313.626.2062 today!
July 11-15th Winona Fishing Camp - Jaycees Pavilion
Travel to different lakes, rivers, sloughs, and streams around the Seven Rivers Region Fish with modern poles and open-bale reels Make and fish with Huck and Tom style cane pole Make primitive fish hooks Learn to read the water for good fishing spots Cloud watching and interpretation (for weather patterns/forecasting and of course fun) Build primitive fish traps Learn to tie the most useful fishing knots Hone your ninja-like discipline to be silent and still in order to lure in the big one-study fish behavior and why, how, and when they bite Catch and eat crayfish Multiple fishing styles: bottom fishing, cast and retrieve lure fishing, bobber fishing, etc. 507-272-5320
STR 3 Robo-Mania - Peachtree Road UMC
Learn drop and drag programming and engineering skills as we build with motorized LEGO WeDo Robots, Simple and Motorized machines. Build and take home your own working flashlight as we investigate circuitry, electricity and magnetism. Understand physical reactions with colliding balls, bouncing balls and water balloons! 770-455-1980
Week 2 PM - Bic Blasting Adventures - NESS
This class is for those sailors who want to go blasting around with other know how to sailors in these fun and fast boats. The Open Bic is a fast easy to rig boat that looks and feels completely different than the Opti. This is the perfect class to join other students who already know how to sail and who want to try a different type of boat. 860-535-9362
Elite College ID Camp Male - University of Tulsa
The Elite ID camp is a specialized technical course designed for the player to achieve their maximum potential and gain familiarity with the University of Tulsa soccer program and school. This camp is ideal for the player who is interested in playing at The University of Tulsa. Sessions held during this camp will be led by University of Tulsa Mens coaching staff. They will include technical and tactical training sessions rooted in the Tulsa training philosophy, small sided and full sided games and a brief video analysis session. In addition we will have separate training sessions for goalkeepers and we will provide insight to some of the off field aspects of our athletic program and educational strengths of our university. Campers are responsible for their own meals, lodging, transportation and supervision. All sessions will be held at the University of Tulsa. There are several housing and dining options around campus. Additionally, MNSS has arrangements with a host hotel group rate and potential shuttles to/from hotel. More information is on our website camp information page. Only 75 players will be accepted for this camp, so register before its too late! Staff for this Camp: ~ Head Coach Tom McIntosh ~ Assistant... 918-688-8737
Holistic Hoops Playground Legends Basketball Camp - Marine Park Sports Facilities
Lace up your shoes and get ready to learn the game of basketball from a completely new perspective. Coach David Snedeker has played in the Final Four and professionally. He has created the much-heralded Holistic Hoops training system. Recent players that have learned this system have gone on to excel in junior high and high school varsity teams. Campers will be divided by age and skill level. Please bring a snack, lunch, and water, and wear sunscreen, athletic shoes, and comfortable clothing. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRIORITY ONLINE REGISTRATION (for Santa Monica Residents only) runs March 2 (6 am) through March 8. Non-resident registration opens March 9. REFUNDS - Refunds will be issued with medical documentation or if requested at least 5 calendar days prior to the first meeting. Refunds will be prorated. A $15.00 processing fee applies for each activity session refunded. Requests must be made in writing to the Program Supervisor in person or by fax (310-899-0840), mail, or email ( ). Material fees are not discountable and are nonrefundable. REFUNDS FOR DUPLICATE/MULTIPLE ENROLLMENTS resulting from multiple registration submissions (at one or more offices or via online registration) will be subject...