Summer Camps in Hamilton County, IN
The Pulse Dance Team Summer Intensive is a training camp for our current members and all Seattle Prep students who are interested in joining the 2016-17 team. The dancers will be learning an array of hip hop styles including high energy and acrobatics, hard hitting isolations, and even lyrical hip hop. We will also be learning core techniques and skills in dance such as improvisation, conditioning of the body, learning choreography faster and how to give quality performances. If you are interested in taking your dance to the next level and want to participate in this years dance team, then Pulse Summer Intensive is where you need to be! 2063240400.0
Hamilton County, IN Summer Camps
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Youth who have specific medical conditions or special needs can also have a summer camp experience. There are programs designed to bring together youth who may not fit into a traditional setting. For example, there are groups for children battling cancer as well as programs for children with diabetes. There are programs for all types of youth: from those who want to lose weight and do not want to be judged or bullied to kids who are in wheelchairs. Healthcare professionals often refer youth to such programs to help them socialize with kids in the same situations. Expert staff are...
Renewing the Vision Workshop - Bowling Green, KY
A workshop designed to assist present and future TEC leaders in the proper implementation of the official TEC Manual, maintaining the principles upon which the movement was founded. Bob and Sharrie Cinnamond, who have shared Teens Encounter Christ traveling the world, will be the main presenters for this workshop! We are so excited to have them share their history, wisdom and faith with us at this workshop! The link below will take you to online registration for the workshop. Once registration form is complete and submitted, you will be directed to the Diocesan website where you will pay for the workshop. http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/tK11jJdDcy69OSbBfNE8a
Kid's Survival Camp - Kirksville, MO
Summer is coming quickly and that means your children will be out of the house more and running around. You may not always be there to keep an eye on them so they need awareness and physical skills to back them up. Summer time is when your children have a greater chance of possible interactions with strangers and potential preditors. Let us help you get them armed with battle ready skills. What they will learn: *Abduction defense skills *What to do if they can't run *Assertiveness training and command presence *Think smarter than the bigger, stroner bad guy, and more... Cost will be $35.00. That's little to pay for "safety insurance" that can last a lifetime! Second child in same immediate family is $25.00 and $15.00 each after that (must be siblings in same household)
Summer Kid's Theater playwriting Camp Two one week sessions July 1115
DESCRIPTION: CLASSES WILL USE FABLE AND MYTH TO CREATE ORIGINAL SCRIPTS TO BE STAGED FOR PERFORMANCE BY THE STUDENTS. IMPROVISATION AND OTHER ESTABLISHED ACTING TECHNIQUES WILL PROVIDE AN ACTIVE, STIMULATING SETTING FOR YOUNG ACTORS AND WRITERS TO EXPRESS THEIR IDEAS. Instructor: Sally Kaczynski, Theater Arts Educator Call to Enroll Now 401-782-1018. Low Cost - Scholarships Available
Macaroni Kid Summer Camp Fair - Fort Collins, CO
Join us for a great day of fun and tons of resources to keep your kids engaged and entertained this summer. This is a FREE event for eveyone! Camps from Northern Colorado will be available to answer your questions and to get your kids signed up for their best summer yet! We will have some entertainment for the kids as well! Find your family fun here at the Macaroni Kid Summer Camp Fair!
Become a Youth Teaching Artist or Art Camp Guide! - Albuquerque, NM
Harwood is looking for talented individuals with innovative curricula that integrate the arts with other areas of study such as science, humanities, engineering, technology and/or math to join our Youth Arts Teaching Artist Corps in both performing and visual arts for youth ages 6 - 14. Our Youth Arts Education Programs include Summer Art Camp, Creative Roots Community Outreach and Art & Sol After School Creativity Workshops. All programs offer in-depth skill building as well as opportunities for individual and collaborative creative exploration Applications for Summer Art Camp 2016 must be received by 5pm, Monday, January 11, 2016. Become a Summer Art Camp Guide Looking for an exciting summer job working with children in a creative environment? Harwood is in search of hard-working individuals with great energy to guide campers through Summer Art Camp! Applications for Summer Art Camp 2016 must be received by 5pm, Monday, January 11, 2016. Click the Link!!! http://ow.ly/VDguP
Mini Basketball Camp-Session 2 - Morgan Park Academy
Mini-Baseball Camp meets from 10:30a.m.-11:30a.m. Monday through Thursday and can be taken alone or combined with Recreation Camp. It is open to students entering grades 2-8 with little or no previous baseball experience. It can be taken alone or combined with Recreation Camp 773-881-6700
Quadcopter Aerial Robotics - British International School of Charlotte
Campers will explore aerial robotics technology with fun and engaging educational scenarios and challenges. This camp offers aviation flight skills and interactive robotics training, and encourages camper interest in the career fields of Science, Math, and Engineering. Campers will build prototypes with the new technology and run test scenarios for safety, search, and rescue. Multiple teams of four will apply technology and planning to build a quad rotor designed for a specific first responder mission. Missions include: delivering pharmaceuticals to people in a disaster area, maneuvering the copter close to a (mock) hazardous waste container, and searching for a lost hiker. Campers will also perate and take home their own hand-size quadcopter at the end of the week! Price includes a $100 lab fee. 7047743016.0
Woodworking - PM - Woodworking
Learn a new skill and develop a new hobby this summer! Each camper will have the opportunity to work with a variety of tools and materials and every boy will be provided personal guidance while working on two to three individual projects during this special one-week tutorial session. A variety of wood project ideas and wood species will be offered. Possible projects may include constructing a bookshelf, birdhouse, wooden clock, jigsaw puzzle and carving a bowl or candleholder on a wood lathe. Woodworking experience is not required, only a desire to learn new skills. This specialty camp came into being at the request of campers and parents and has limited enrollment available for instructional purposes. We have envisioned this workshop to have the following goals: 1. To provide a hands-on course that initiates the learning of a new skill during the summer and the development of a lifelong hobby. 2. To learn basic carpentry skills and the proper use of a variety of tools. 3. To encourage pride in ones work and craftsmanship through projects that a boy wants to take home. Cost: $295 (plus the later purchase of individual project wood) Staff: Andrew Reed, Head of the Middle School,... 301-365-4300
Preschool Playtime Tue/Th - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Freed Are you looking for a part-time preschool experience to keep your child engaged and happy during the summer? Then Preschool Playtime is right for you. Our daily experiences centered on childrens literature will include art, music, movement and language activities. Your child will have fun making friends and will continue to gain confidence in a school setting. 316-771-2289
Remote Control Mania Camp - National Park
Making it move is the name of the game at this exciting camp! Kids will love to see their creations in motion using LEGO® wireless remote controls. Each day, campers will use fascinating and challenging LEGO® components to create dynamic vehicles, inventions, machines and more. As they enjoy the fun of building, campers will understand the basic working principles of many ingenious devices that are part of our everyday lives. Campers will also learn how to magnify, diminish and redirect force to move objects at different speeds and in different directions. This camp is loads of fun and learning for budding builders. AGE CATEGORY Youth