Summer Camps in Hamilton County, OH
This session is for kindergarten and first grade students only. No class March 28 or April 25. ------------------------------------------- This is the perfect Spring camp for our young scientists! Well explore the fascinating life of pirates, and the world they lived in. The beautiful ocean presents us with several activities exploring sea life and shore life. What was it like to live at sea, with all of that water but none to drink? Your little pirate will know it all! 919-847-7625
Hamilton County, OH Summer Camps
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What if My Child Has Dietary Restrictions?
Dietary restrictions and allergies are very common. Summer programs are prepared to accommodate everything from nut and dairy allergies to vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan diets. Some groups even have peanut-free areas. Experienced chef s follow federal food requirements to ensure have balanced meals. Food safety is incredibly important. Thus, cross-contamination will not happen thanks to the skilled kitchen staff. If there are any dietary restrictions or allergies, it is important for parents to note this on the health form. In particular, if a child is at risk for anaphylaxis, it is important to highlight this and send information about treatment...
February Visit & Info Session - Wheatley Heights, NY
A Usdan Visit and Information Session is an excellent way to learn about our many summer programs and what makes them both fun and educational. We begin with a guided walk through campus, introducing the music, art, dance, theater, writing, chess, nature and recreation departments. Our administrative leadership will share a few ideas about what shapes the Usdan program, from where we draw our inspiration, and what makes a summer at Usdan unlike any other. We will explain the enrollment process, and you will be given a chance to talk in small groups, or individually, with our knowledgeable team of arts faculty and staff members. We end the visit with a self-guided walk and exploration of the grounds. To reserve your place at one of our Visit and Information Sessions, click the link and come learn why Usdan is a place where children and young adults flourish. Upcoming Visit & Information Sessions: Sunday, February 7 Sunday, March 6 Wednesday, April 27 Sunday, May 15 Time: 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, each session is one hour long. Location: 185 Colonial Springs Road, Wheatley Heights, NY 11798 An appointment is required. Website: http://www.usdan.org/visitusdan/ Phone: (631) 643-7900
Kids Camp at CentriKid - Lebanon, OH
5 days and 4 nights of fun with CentriKid camps at Ceaderville Univerisity for Kids in 3rd through 6th grades. This is the same camp we've been going to for 4 years at a new (and closer) location. Price is TBD.
CentriKid Camp - Campbellsville, KY
For kids completing 3rd - 6th grade this 2014/2015 school year. A week of worship, Bible Study, and FUN!!!!! Learn more at CentriKid Camps or www.centrikid.com
Clark Youth Theatre Summer Camp Sign Ups - Tulsa, OK
Clark Youth Theatre will hold a series of summer Theatre Camps at the Henthorne Performing Arts Center. Enrollment begins Saturday, April 2nd at 8:30am. Each two-week camp includes classes on acting, dancing, and other performance skills. This is a great opportunity for children ages 8-14 who are interested in theatre and performing arts. Campers must have completed the second grade. The cost is $225 per session. The remaining dates for summer Theatre Camp are: Session 1: June 6-17 Session 2: June 20-July 1 Session 3: July 5-15 Session 4: July 18-29 Session 5: Aug 1-12 Classes are 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. The camp also offers early drop-off at 7:30 a.m. and late pick-up until 5:30 p.m. for an additional $25 fee. Campers must bring a sack lunch each day. There will be performances for family and friends the last two days of each session at 5:15 p.m. To register, please visit our website at www.clarkyouththeatre.com/camps and download the registration form. Payment is due at the time of enrollment. For more information, call (918) 746-5065.
Kid's Craft Camp - Woven Wall Hangings - La Verne, CA
Kid's Craft Camp: keeping your kiddos busy and learning with some fun yarn art! •Price per student: $25.00 includes supplies and snacks. •Kids 7-16 are welcome, we'll have simple projects as well as more complicated ones for the older ones. If your child is under 7, but capable of the craft being made them feel free to check with us (if they can tie their shoes than we'll have something they can do). •Please come in or call to reserve your spot by Tues. the 16th of Aug. so we can be prepared with supplies.
Week 7 - Full Day Elite Camp - Holy Child
For Premier and Travel A-team Players Arrival from 8:45 a.m. Pick-Up at 4:00 p.m. Camp ends at 12:00 p.m. on Friday Early Drop-off available 203-274-5367
Music Makers - Wattles Club
Let your musical spirit run wild while exploring the basics of rhythm, tempo, sound, musical notation and more! The world is your instrument as you sing songs, drum beats and enjoy musical group games with fellow music enthusiasts! 503 232 0186
Candle Making - The Evergreen School
Engage your sense in the ancient and magical tradition of melting wax. In this class students will be making both dip candles and mold candles, stirring the hot pot of melting material… just like magicians. Students will add a variety of pigments to create different colors and use essential oils creating different experiences of scent. Students will be taking home their candle creations. 206-957-1533
Desserts: Breads & the Thrill of Baking - Coyote Central
In Coyotes professional kitchen youll focus on one of the finest culinary skills: BAKING! Think of pies and cakes (will do!) but also consider that youll be baking cream puffs, donuts, puff pastries, baguettes, cinnamon rolls, croissants, elephant ears, brioche, and pizza dough alla Italia. This may be the start of a plan to save up for culinary arts school! Instructor: Dawnula Koukol 2063237276.0
Bay Bounders (Week 3 AM) - Pirate-ology - NESS
Enlist into the ranks of pirate science. Consider sediment densities to determine optimal treasure burial, become a pirate cartographer while making your own treasure map, experiment with eye dominance to determine eye patch orientation, design a boat to withstand the high seas, and go geocaching to find buried treasure Take a short sailing trip on a 23 foot Sonar to look into wind generation for guaranteed quick getaways. Includes: geocaching, sailing, 1 boat trip & snorkeling 860-535-9362