Summer Camps in Hidalgo, TX
Enjoy a week of fishing fun and adventure while learning how, when, and where to catch freshwater fish. Well fish Little Seneca Lake first to get some experience, and then travel to waters outside of the park for new challenges. Park naturalists will provide expert, hands-on instruction on balanced tackle, live bait, artificial lure selection, knots, casting, and the latest fishing techniques. Well send out an itinerary and equipment list prior to camp. The camp fee includes all bait and a well-equipped tackle pack with a variety of lures and hooks perfect for the beginning angler. Campers must provide their own rod and spin cast reel. FOBH $310 SECONDARY CATEGORY Nature Programs LOCATION Black Hill Visitor Center Auditorium at Black Hill Visitor Center
Latest Review for Decoma Day Camp Inc
Decoma was amazing for my 7 year old son. He loves everything about the camp, from the counselors to the activities. Gary (the owner) knows how to create a great atmosphere. At the end of the summer I wasn't able to say thank you enough to the staff for giving my child such a great summer.... Read More...
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Spring Tech Camps (Ages 6-14) - Before/After Care Available - Wixom, M
Get a head start on this summer by enrolling one of our Spring Camps. - Learn to code at the collage level with MIT Scratch. - Learn the interworkings of and how to assemble a computer - Create your own Minecraft Server - Learn Stop Motion Animation from pre-production to post-production - Learn 3D Modeling & Printing - & much more.. SCHEDULE (4/4 - 4/8) - $249-$299 AM = 9:30am-12:30pm & PM = 1:00pm-4:00pm EACH CAMP is 5 Days, 3 Hours/day. Mix and match camps for a FULL DAY of Tech camp fun! LOCATIONS WIXOM: 28265 Beck Road, Suite #C17, Wixom, MI 48393 MADISON HEIGHTS: 32640 Concord Drive, Madison Heights, MI 48071 BEFORE/AFTER CARE It's no question that being a parent is a full time job, whether your checks are signed by a company, yourself or your child(ren). We offer before and after care for all of our camps and the cost remains the same per week regardless of how many camps you have signed up for. Before care runs from 8:30am to 9:30am and after care runs from 4pm to 5pm. Cost is only $25/week/care type. Any additional hours needed is just $5/hour. No sign up is required and you can conveniently pay at the end of the camp week. Don't miss out,...
Kid's Camp - Kearney, NE
Let the kids hang out at Hy-Vee this summer! Kearney Hy-Vee’s Registered Dietitian, Kaiti George is hosting a kid’s camp for 4 days. Each Day will have a different theme of cooking, food experiments, nutrition lessons, and FUN!!! Recommended Age Range: (5-10 years old). Cost: $10/session Call (308) 236-0024 or email [email protected] to register! Children may sign up for these classes individually or for all 4 days. Monday, June 27th, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Fitness Foods Do you know all the great, nutritious things that can be found in the grocery store? Now is your chance to explore! In this class we will talk about fueling your body with healthy foods so you can run faster, play harder and be stronger! The focus of this class will be on fruits and vegetables! Tuesday, June 28th, 10:30a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ‘Sense’Sational Snacks In this class, we will create snacks that explore all of senses…sound, smell, touch and sight. Wednesday, June 29th, 10:30a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Stars And Stripes. In this fun-packed class, we will explore many of the red, white and blue foods! We will create a few dishes...
Kids Creative Encounter Camp - Noblesville, IN
Monday night classes are 11/23, 11/30, 12/7, 12/14, 12/21, 1/4 Will also have class times on Saturdays from 9-11 dates are 12/5, /12/12, 12/19, 1/9 A Creative Journey for kids to discover their divine gifts of art and cooking. Instructors Cassia Allee & Julie Sparks Camp experiences will be In Art Painting, Mixed Media, Working with Clay, and Woven fabrics. In Cooking Measuring, Reading Recipes, Food safety, and much more.
LUCKY WHITEHEADS 1st ANNUAL YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP CHARITY EVENT - Manass
SUNDAY MAY 15th at Osbourn High School football fields in Manassas 9:00-12:00 kids ages 4-15 Football agility drills,blocking,tackling techniques,running,kicking,speed and agility and much more !! $25 per child on site registration first come first served. IN CASE OF STEADY RAIN CAMP WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE. RULES: * $25 per child CASH ONLY no checks or credit cards *Parents will not be allowed on the fields but may watch from outside the fence. This is to insure crowd control and make sure the children can focus on the coaches. *No Refunds *All waivers must be completed and turned in before your child is allowed to enter the practice field. PARKING available at METZ or near the OHS practice field back entrance. * No abusive language towards volunteers coaches or staff. If this becomes a problem you will be asked to leave immediately. LUCKY WHITEHEADS 1st ANNUAL YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP 2016 REGISTRATION AND WAIVER
Kid's Art Camp: Superheros - Circleville, OH
Our Kids's art camp is back...and during Summer Break! We provide all the supplies, your child's inspiration and step-by-step instruction of the featured art. At the end of the event, kids will go home with their very own superhero masterpiece of choice. Our event will be hosted by Beth Cline and $20 includes supplies and Instruction. A light snack will be served. Bottled water available for $1. Tickets available at the link below. Class limited to 55!
MuaMi Boys "Pirates and Mermaids" Session 5 - Camp Kirby
Mua Mi Villagers are entering grades 8 and 9 live in tipis —weather permitting. Activities are geared to a more independent community experience. Mua Mi Villagers are active participants in their program planning, which includes advanced outdoor skills, waterfront skills, as well as advanced archery and the climbing wall. Staff ratio is 1:8 campers. 3607335710.0
Reading Rockets - Penncrest High School
Reading Rockets is a program designed to be an early intervention for students going into first, second, or third grades. The goal of this program is to provide additional support for students who could benefit from reinforcement in reading skills over the summer. Reading Rockets will help minimize the regression in skills that sometimes occurs over summer vacation. Through this program, students will experience a rich variety of materials that will provide strong links to students reading curriculum. Need-based scholarships may be available. 6106276136.0
Robotics Vehicles - College Prep Middle
Robotics Vehicles – (6th - 8th Grade) Students will build Vehicles using Mindstorms robotics equipment. Students will advance on their programming skills and manipulate the Vehicles with coding on a laptop. There is a limit to 16 children for the class. The curriculum for the Robotics Club is different for each quarter, allowing for new material to be added per quarter. But the different curriculum also allows for new students to join in without having had previous Robotics experience. Students do not need to bring anything to the Club. All is provided. - Classroom TBD 619-500-6498
2016 BAA Junior - Ripley Grier Studios
BAA Junior is a program designed specifically for young performers ages 6-10 who show great promise in musical theatre but are not yet old enough to attend our other workshops and intensives. Students will study voice, acting, and dance in a small group setting where they will develop their fundamental performance skills and explore their creativity. Classes will include theatre games, improvisation, vocal technique, song/scene interpretation, and learning original Broadway choreography from shows like Annie, Billy Elliot and Mary Poppins! The instructors for this program specialize in working with young children and every class will be an energetic, positive environment where the students can make friends and have fun! BAA Junior is also a fantastic opportunity for students to get introduced to Broadway Artists Alliance and prepare themselves for our other workshops and intensives. All students will attend a Broadway show, receive a private coaching from a member of our Senior Staff, and participate in a final Industry Showcase for Casting Directors, Agents and Managers who specialize in working with young performers! 212-561-9429
Active Kids Association of Sport - Active Kids Association of Sport
To provide kids and families the opportunity to make the most of their summer through an all inclusive summer sports program that offers a variety of sports and educational activities. 651-447-2454