Summer Camps in Hollandale, MS
Zootopia is a fantastical place where all animals get along! Well be inspired by the animals of the zoo for each day. Register for one or more days. Save when you register for all 5! Please, call to register for single days. 512-852-9900 512-852-9900
Latest Review for ASM Materials, Metallurgy, and Forensics Engineering Institute
A+ Educational Camp
My son is going to be a senior this upcoming year and this past summer, he wanted to go to ASM Materials, Metallurgy, and Forensics Engineering Institute in Rapid City, SD. We reluctantly sent him, but were amazed at all the wonderful things he learned and did while he was there. He had hands-on learning in an educational environment about materials, metals, building and engineering. It was as if he has gone away for a semester of college. I would recommend this camp to anyone... Read More...
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Teen Eastern Chinese Bible Conference 2016 - Fishkill, NY
AN INVITATION FROM THE CHAIR Teen Eastern Chinese Bible Conference is a place where high school students from all over New York and New Jersey gather for a weekend of learning about following Jesus, community, and fun. Our committee is led by AMAZING high school students and adult volunteers who have spent the past year planning and praying about the upcoming conference in May. We are super excited for all of you to join us for a weekend of learning about faith, make long-lasting friendships, and simply be able to get away from New York City and enjoy the fresh air in Upstate New York. This year’s theme is: “A Follower’s Experience.” So maybe you don’t know much about what it means to follow Jesus or you’ve been doing it for a long time … that’s totally okay! We welcome ALL teenagers to come spend the weekend to journey with us! There will be Bible studies, group games, time to reflect near a lake, sports, and workshops on topics such as your spiritual gifts, relationships/dating, worship, and more -- SYMPHONY, TECBC 2016 Chair /// OUR THEME: A Follower's Experience THEME VERSE: 2 Corinthians 1:6 - If we are distressed, it is for your comfort and salvation; if...
4-H Teen Retreat - Niceville, FL
Easter Break - Kid's Art Camp - Denham Springs, LA
- One day camp, 3/30, 3/31 or 4/1. 10 am - 4 pm. - For ages 7 and up. - Includes full Instruction and all supplies. - Bring a bag lunch for your child to enjoy during our break. Projects completed during camp: 1. Paint a 16 x 20 canvas. 2. Paint 2 Pieces of Pottery. 3. Decorate a TShirt. 4. Personalize 2 Slap Bracelets. 5. Personalize a Tumbler. $95 - Registration required
Teen Plein Air: Art In Motion Camps #1 & 2 - Bow, WA
Choose from Camp #1 July 11th-15th or Camp #2 July 18th-July 22nd. Class Cost per week $87.50. Camp #1: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air (**Students encouraged to participate in Part I & II) "Examining our surroundings in detail, seeing beauty not only in the spectacular but also in the smallest growing things" (Lowenfeld) . In addition to work in our cozy studio, small Plein-Air outings will be held at 2 locations during this one week workshop. Students will learn how to connect with their surroundings. Students develop their observation skills and increase their knowledge about the world around them. Parents expected to drive students to the Plein-Air location specified prior to class. Camp #2: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air II: Art In Motion This is a stand alone class of can be the second step to week 1. This week will focus on gesture drawing, composition, and how to record what you see when it’s moving. There will be a short lesson with a slide show of Degas and after some skills in the studio are absorbed we will visit the dance studio and draw the dancers in motion! We will also design, draw, and paint a rollercoaster bringing the element of architecture into art! At the end of Week 2 there will be an artist...
Kid's Gift Camp! with Shannon Shine at MountainShine Creative - Cumber
Please Reserve ASAP if interested. Message Shannon Shine or email [email protected] Price: $40 For Children Ages 5-10 ( some exceptions may apply please contact if interested) Kids will be able to create a variety of projects geared towards the holiday season, as well as easily gift-able items for parents, guardians, or siblings. Children may be dropped off so parents can enjoy shopping downtown local business for the holidays. * Will need to sign a release form. Limited seats available.
General Camp: Session 3 - Cabin John Regional Park
All campers will receive excellent instruction in the fundamentals of the game as well as the opportunity to play in a live game each day. Each camper will receive an official Big Train & BCC Baseball Summer Camp t-shirt that will entitle the camper to free admission to all Big Train home games at Shirley Povich Field during the 2016 regular season. 301-365-1076
Camp Shalom Noar - Session IIB - JCC Campus
For campers entering grades 1 & 2. Campers participate in all 10 weekly activities. One field trip in both Sessions I and II. One Late Night in both sessions I and II. Includes late afternoon camp activities and dinner, with pick-up at 7:00 PM. 512-735-8100
OZ - wk 6 - Outdoor Adventure - Camp All-American
Campers will challenge themselves through teambuilding and outdoor adventure activities such as climbing walls, zip lines, high ropes and more! 678.405.2266
90 Minute Welding Abstract Sculpture Class - The Collaboratory
Through the process of learning the basics of welding with a professional Working Artist, you will progress your welding and creative ability as you Weld together your own unique expression of an Abstract Metal Tree Sculpture, that you get to take home and set in your favorite view. "Serious Fun" 3039940649.0
Cryptography: The Land of Codes (July 17) - NCSSM Durham Campus
Cryptograhpy is the art of writing or solving codes. This course is an introduction to cryptography. Topics covered will be ancient and modern cryptography, major historic events, steganography, Caesars code, matrices, online security, and legal issues. Students will be exposed to several cryptographic systems and learn how to create them and how to break them as well as learn how to use cyptography to solve crimes. 919-416-2635