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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Pottery, Fantastical Creatures - S1 - Plymouth Community Arts Council
A class for beginner to intermediate ceramic students who love fantastical, magical, mythical creatures...Build projects out of clay, learn basic sculpting and glazing techniques and create unique art works each week. Bring your imagination! Clay, glazes and kiln time included. Projects will be ready for pick-up about 2 weeks after the end of camp. All students will have a piece exhibited in our end of summer Art Show! 734-416-4278

Latest Review for The Museum of Flight (ACE)

Aeronautics Camp for Youth
The Museum of Flight (ACE) was my 12 year old son’s dream come true. I feel very blessed to have found an entire camp that was designed to explore the science of aviation. This camp is for boys and girls from kindergarten through ninth grade. If your child loves airplanes, astronauts, outer space and similar topics, they will love this camp.... Read More...


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2nd Annual Midlands Summer Camp & Activities Fair - undefined, SC
Midlands Kids' Directory will host its 2nd Annual Summer Camp & Activities Fair on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 11am-2pm at Charles R. Drew Wellness Center, Gymnasium. The Midlands Summer Camp & Activities Fair is the only event of its kind in the area, providing families with a unique opportunity to explore the summer camp and enrichment options available to their children during summer break. Camps for all ages and interests! Visitors can expect: - Wide variety of summer camps - Enrichment programs - Residential camps - Local day camps - Academic - Sports - Summer Programs - Teen Adventure Programs - Art Programs For Summer Camps wishing to participate in the Camp Fair please contact Jeanette Dempsey at 803-381-7733 or email [email protected] More details can be found on our website www.midlandscampfair.com. Check back often for updates!

SUMMER ENGLISH CAMP at Walt Disney World, Florida, USA - Lake Buena Vi
Learn English While Having Fun. Disney English Camp is a 14 day English learning program with unlimited fun. Transport your students into a world of education, Disney-style, within the magical setting of the Disney Parks that showcases how valuable principles learned in the classroom make exciting things happen every day at Disney attractions. All students meet with magical Disney characters, have lunch with NASA astronauts, visit the wizarding world of Harry Potter, smell the ocean at Daytona Beach and more at Walt Disney World Florida camp.

Teen Summer Camp (13-17) - Louisville, KY
Fun, Eco Friendly Summer Camp for teens. Come learn about found object art, nature in art, paper making, natural dying and so much more! Then once camp is over, we will have a special Gallery Showing of all the artists pieces at the June Trolley Hop. An environment encouraging use of the imagination, learning to take care of our Earth and discovering everyone is an artist! This will be at our new facility at 2216 Frankfort Avenue.

Make Food, Make Fam: FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-
MAKE FOOD, MAKE FAM FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-Off Join the FEEST community for a dynamic night of food, drinks, music and stories. At FEEST we believe that effective social change starts with sharing a meal with people you otherwise wouldn’t eat with or cook with. We want to invite you to have a FEEST style dinner with us! We will break bread together and hear from our youth food justice leaders about the multi-media campaign they’ve been building to combat the junk food advertising they see on a daily basis. Join us to find out what happens when youth take the lead on creative solution-making for their friends, schools and neighborhoods. Make Food, Make Fam FEEST Community Dinner and Campaign Kick-Off Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:00pm - 8:00pm Hillman City Collaboratory, 5623 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 RSVP: http://bit.ly/FoodFam Food, Celebration, Music, Discussion #makefoodmakefam Questions? [email protected]

MAS Youth Camp | Sept. 2-5 - Fairfax, CA
Join us for the MAS Youth Camp over Labor Day Weekend 2016. Campers will participate in hikes and sports, nightly bonfires, and listen to uplifting speakers. This is spiritual and fun weekend camp is for youth between 12 and 17 years of age. Campers will stay in gender-segregated cabins with beds. Register at: http://masbayarea.org/events/youth-camp/

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Natures Artists II Two-Day Camp - Harris Nature Center
For children going into 2nd and 3rd grade Campers who have enjoyed the first Natures Artists camp will love the opportunity to participate in this second camp with all new activities for the older child. All campers will receive a free camp tee shirt. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * This program will take place regardless of the weather. * All campers must bring a sack lunch. * Register before June 1st and receive a $5.00 discount. GRADES 2nd - 3rd LOCATION Harris Nature Center Wetlab at Harris Nature Center INSTRUCTOR Harris Nature Center Staff

03 Spring Volleyball Camp 1 Ages 6-9 - Middle School
Practice and learn how to serve, spike, set, bump etc. This camp will help prepare you to really improve you game and move up the ladder of success! Enter the Middle School through door #34 and proceed to the gym. In order to register for this activity, you must first click to open the participation waiver and then place your initials in the left box to confirm that you read and agree. You must also read the Parent/Athlete concussion agreement in the text and check the box underneath to provide confirmation that you have read, understand and agree to the new concussion information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Parent/Guardian must initial for anyone under 18 years old. Permission is granted for my son/daughter to participate in the above activity as conducted by agreement with the South Milwaukee Recreation Department. I understand that neither the South Milwaukee School Board nor the South Milwaukee Recreation Department assumes liability f or payment of medical-hospital expenses which may be incurred by myself or the person on this form while participating in any activity, but said liability will be assumed by me for the duration of the activity. If a health condition exists which...

Big Data Analytics Level I - De Anza Learning Center
Enjoy learning Applied Statistics and Probability in a practical engineering way by case studies. Focus on statistics concepts, applications over the formula or calculations. Apply the statistics on the Robotics Science Project and other Math problems. Build the solid foundation to embrace the Big Data Analytics World. Use Catapult and Golfer Science Projects to apply the Engineering Statistics. This program will compliment to the high school AP Statistics but much focused on hands-on practice and problem solving analytics. 4087536572.0

Slumber Party Fun - Old Trail School
Want to have sleepover fun with your girlfriends for an entire week? A perfect chance to make new friends or bond with old friends while learning how to do things like practicing your favorite braid or trying some cool nail art techniques. We will do things such as pamper ourselves, make yummy snacks, play classic sleepover games and even have a pajama party with a movie and popcorn. So grab your jammies and slippers! Lets have some fun. Instructor: Katie Brunson, BA, Akron Shaw JCC preschool teacher. 3306661118 x469

Middle School Survivor Camp - Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
Survivor Camp is a challenging adventure camp that will develop outdoor living skills — specifically, build a raft to use on the pond, go mountain climbing at Pilot Mountain, learn knots and rope crafts and cooking over a fire. From Monday night to Thursday night survivor campers spend each night outside. Campers learn the leave no trace philosophy. Survivor campers will go through high adventure courses, swim and canoe and have nightly de-briefing times and devotions. 336-629-4085

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