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Summer Camps in Holly Grove, AR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Magic Tree House Reading Club (1-2): 9:00-12:00 - The Hockaday School
Jump into Mary Pope Osbornes magical series of time-travel books with us! These stories, full of adventure, exploration, and history, come alive each week. Scavenger hunts, drama, creative arts, and history will round out the stories above. Throughout the course of the week, we will read the book together. We cant wait to travel with you in the Magic Tree House! Book Selection: Lions at Lunchtime 214-360-6586

Latest Review for Camp Marydale

My daughter learned the skills she needs to be more independent at this camp
My 10 year old daughter loves participating in Girl Scouts. When she asked about going to this camp I got her signed up right away. She had fun meeting other campers and she came back home with a vision of who she wants to be in her future. She is learning how to be independent, confident and wants to help make her community a better place to live. What more could a parent ask for?... Read More...


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Kid's Camp- Clay Project- Create your own clay dragon or faity - Jenki
Clay Camp- Dragon & fairy camp- $35, ages 8+. Please pack a drink and a lunch or snack. Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545.

Summer Teen Camp - Louisville, KY
$150 Ages 12-17 Monday-Friday 3pm-7pm

KidZonStage Fall Camp - Lancaster, CA
FIRST CLASS IS FREE. ! Acting, Singing, and Piano lessons.... SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH: ACTING 9:30 am - 11:00 am - Ages 5-17 ==================== SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH: VOCALS 10:00 am - 11:30 pm PIANO 11:30 am - 1:00 pm --------------- Class Descriptions --------------- ACT I - INTRODUCTION TO ACTING II: AGES 5-17 Students ages will be exposed to various acting warm ups and exercises connecting movement and sound. They will also learn how to read a script, mark stage directions, memorize lines, audition and conquer stage fright! Students focus on acting and character development through exercises, techniques, and improvisation Actors will develop a strong understanding of character development, acting techniques and monologues, as well as theatre etiquette. This class is all about being an actor. Returning students from the Summer Camp will be given an advanced curriculum Instructors: Wayne & Erin Berry --------- SINGING FOR THE FIRST TIME: AGES 5-18 At the beginning of each class, the students will warm up their voices and practice listening to each other as they work on learning how to perform a song, not just sing it. At the end of the...

Teen Camp 2 - Grass Valley, CA
Speaker: Andy Gleiser Cost: $360

Youth Camp 2016 - Hot Springs Village, AR
Good Afternoon, It's time to get ready for camp. Below, please see a short version (for those in a hurry) and a longer version (for the detail people) of what you need to know. Short Version Camp is the MOST IMPORTANT thing we do every year. I STRONGLY ENCOURAGE all students to attend. We're shooting for June 20 - 24. Camp Registration will not be on-line this year. Paper Forms will be available soon. Students must reserve their spot now by going on-line to 3dnwa.com and then paying a $75 deposit in person or on-line at trinitynwa.com Reservations must be made (and deposits paid) by January 24th Deposit Amount: $75 Total Amount: $175 (Balance due on June 5th) See me with any questions/concerns. If you have to choose between Merge or youth camp, choose youth camp. Long Version The time has come, once again, for us to prepare ourselves to go to youth camp. Each year I am thrilled about his opportunity. As I am sure any of our staff will attest, youth camp is the single most important event that we offer for the students of 3 Degrees Youth Ministry. Imagine this. Your student goes away for one whole week without their TV, radio, Ipod, computer internet or the negative...

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Engineering Kids Camp - Grades 4-6 - Putnam Museum
Engineering Kids Camp returns for the 7th year in a row! Dont miss this opportunity to create and learn side by side with Iowa State college students and Professional Engineers. Explore robotics, test your engineering problem-solving and even take in a giant screen film. Lunch and t-shirt included in this special camp! No Before or After Care is available with this camp. 5633367284.0

Frogs and Friends One-Day Camp - Harris Nature Center
For children going into Kindergarten and 1st grade How are frogs and toads different? Whats a polliwog? Campers will make friends with frogs while having fun at camp with crafts, stories, nature activities and games. 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 $2.00 discount. GRADES Kindergarten - 1st LOCATION Harris Nature Center Classroom at Harris Nature Center INSTRUCTOR Harris Nature Center Staff

Soccer Boys Youth iMonarch Camp-Session 1 (06/20/2016-06/24/2016) - Centennial Park
Come join the iMonarchs camp for third through 8th graders. Ran by Mater Dei Coaches and Varsity Players. Training will be on the field and include: technical training, small sided games, going to goal, as well as finishing. 714-754-7711

The Wallis Student Arts Reporters - The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Art
The Wallis is pleased to offer an opportunity for youth ages 12-18 to become a Student Arts Reporter. This program is designed for students interested in the arts and journalism or critical writing. The Wallis is proud to partner with the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle and other local media partners to help mentor students to view productions with a critical eye and write reviews for selected Wallis performances throughout the season. Students reviews will be published on The Wallis website. 310-246-3800

Period 1 - Science Explorers - NBJH Room 220
Come join us for a summer of fabulous hands-on fun and get elbow deep in botany, oceanography, astronomy and entomology! If you like doing science experiments, you will love this class! The last week of summer school you will have an opportunity to show off your own science experiment to the class in our mini science fair! 8475043400 x2520

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