Summer Camps in Hobbs, NM
Prepared to be challenged by the likes of Shakespeare, Mamet and other influential playwrights in our Advanced Drama Class. This class will delve into the techniques used by famous teachers such as Stanislavsky, Chekov and Boal, to truly hone their skills in bringing characters to life on the stage. Please contact Jay Goodlett to confirm that you have the required training to participate. The last class of the session will be a performance class. Parents/Guardians are invited to attend. There will be no classes on Monday May 30th Memorial Day. 513-569-8080
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Technology Free Camp for Boys
In this age of technology, I wanted my son to experience a camp with lots of things to do besides be on the internet. This camp does just that. They focus on sports and fun activities, while developing confidence and physical and emotional growth among these young boys. They establish friendships that will last a long time. They get to know people from all over the world. The counselors are wonderful and love spending time bonding with the kids. My son can’t wait to go... Read More...
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28th Annual "Send a Kid to Camp" Gala - Salt Lake City, UT
This is our largest fundraising event of the year. We rely on support of our community so that we can provide our services to everyone, regardless of income. All proceeds from this event will directly benefit our Summer Camp and year-round education/recreation programs and activities for youth and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities, and children with special medical needs. Please join us for a fun-filled evening including great food and drinks, entertainment, silent and live auctions, and a raffle. Reserve your seat today! See www.campk.org/gala for more details.
Weekly Wilderness Skills Youth Camp 12 and Ups - Indianapolis, IN
This is one of our greatest opportunities at White Pine. Participants recieve on-going mentorship in complex wilderness survival skills, tracking, and awareness. We are an aboriginal skills school. We teach these skills within an ethnohistorical context. Our intention is to deepen each persons relationship with their environment, their ancestry, their community and themselves. All this within the context of "the invisible school" a mentorship model that disguises curriculum in games, stories, and spontanious nature learning. Cost is $35.
Kid's ART Camp - Under the Sea - Sharpsburg, GA
Join us for another great SUMMER of Art Camp with In The Art of It/Paint Your Art Out Party... This will be our 5th year of ART Camp and it gets better every year! Same location but different Suite! 3500 Hwy 34 E Sharpsburg, GA Suite 15 B in Thomas Grace Plaza in front of the skate rink. Great CAMP for ages 6-14 years old (look for our MINI camps too!) Under the Sea ART Camp July 12, 13, 14th Tuesday-Thursday 10-1 pm $150 per child and $135 Sibling 16 x 20” Sea Creature Canvas or Beach Scene 20” WOOD Door Hanger (Sea Horse, Beach Ball, Flip Flops, Turtle, Sun) Palette Beach Sign WaterColor Sunset or Waves Abstract Mosaic Under the Sea Sculpture with Clay Ocean Slime Kinetic Sand scape
Being Jewish on Campus - West Hartford, CT
Being Jewish on campus can be confusing. Many colleges offer a range of ways to enhance your Jewish experience - but college can also challenge some deeply held beliefs, especially with regard to Israel and international politics. This program brings 11th and 12th graders and their parents together with the experts in the field for a deeper conversation about what it means to be Jewish on campus. The program will feature: -Cafe Dilemma, a teens-only conversation with a professional young adult facilitator -A parent discussion with Stephanie Hausner, Director of Community Strategy for IAN - The Israel Action Network -A panel discussion by local college students Kindly RSVP to Stacy Jennings by Tuesday, November 1 to [email protected] or 860.737.6130 Event Committee: Melissa Weinstock, Chair - Staci Coelho - Robin Fierston - Caroyln Gitlin - Wendy Habelow - Charna Kaufman - Dana Keller - Robin Landau - Ellen Rosenberg - Judy Singer Presented by JTConnect and by the Jewish Community Relations Council, The Commission on Jewish Education and Leadership, and the Women's Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford
Teen & Tween Holiday Yoga Mini Camp (Ages 8-15) - Woodbury, MN
Yoga at any age builds strength and flexibility while teaching us about confidence and cooperation. Our Teens & Tweens Holiday Mini-Camp experience will offer your child tools to listen to their body/self through yoga, games and mindfulness techniques. This FUN camp experience will be the perfect opportunity after the holidays (and before school begins again) for your child to learn techniques to help them with school, sports and life in today’s world in a fun and playful environment. Day Camp Cost: Regular Rate: $39/child | Member/Child of Member Rate: $29/child Early Bird Rate: Save $5 on your childs registration if enrolled before November 15th. Additional Child in SAME Family Rate: $29/child - Please email us at: [email protected] to register additional children in your family.
Redstone Engineering and Minecraft Modding - Ethical Culture
Young engineers will level up their creative knowledge with our custom educational version of Minecraft. Well show them how to design and build with redstone, the information and electricity conducting material in Minecraft that can be used to teach students fundamental concepts of electrical and mechanical engineering, engineering design theory, and logic skills. Well use redstone circuitry to complete various projects that might involve moving devices, functional computing machines, or even audio visual sequences based on basic programing logic, all while the students are in a virtual world of their making. Minecraft becomes a powerful learning tool as we help guide our young makers into new discoveries about engineering, circuitry, computing, and design. Along the way these makers will also build skills in collaboration, communication, and digital citizenship. With MakerStates help, Minecraft screen-time can be turned into STEM-mastery time. Instructor: MAKERState 212-712-6230
LEGO®: Creativity Camp (Session IV) - Constitution Hall
Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGOs! Learn about structures while building projects, and use special pieces to create your own unique design! Explore the endless, creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced instructor. This is an ideal way to prepare young builders for the challenge of Engineering FUNdamentals. GRADES Kindergarten - 2nd LOCATION Constitution Hall INSTRUCTOR Christine Such
Cooking Around the World Camp Daily Wed - White Rock Community Clubhouse
Hosted by the Sacramento Childrens Museum, this camp will give children the opportunity to prepare and sample foods from around the world. Each day will focus on a different country with additional activities relating to the history, geography and culture of that country. * To receive the museum members? price of $115 per week or $27 per day, present your SCM Membership Card when registering at the Hagan Community Center office. AGE CATEGORY Youth
Basketball: Shooting & Offensive Moves Camp - Wolverine Camps
A specialty camp with strong emphasis on fundamentals, focusing on shooting skills and drills, and individual offensive moves. Campers are taught the valuable habits of individual offense (shooting mechanics, footwork, moves with and without the ball, passing, etc.) in a structured, non-competitive and positive atmosphere. This is a three day, intensive session. Check-in Thursday 9-11am / Check-out Saturday by 2pm. 1-231-525-8211
MS Advanced LEGO Mindstorms Week 5 - Merrill Engineering Building
This week delves deeper into the Lego Mindstorms robotics systems. Attendees will learn more about programming the Mindstorms robots and practice more advanced build techniques while making some cool Lego robot projects. This camp runs from 9AM-3PM, M-F. Lunch is provided. This camp is open to students entering 6th-9th grade. Campers must have taken the Middle School Graphics and Robotics camp, or the FLL camp, or have significant experience with FLL competitions prior to attending this camp. 801-585-1726