Summer Camps in Holstein, IA
Extended Care Provided from 7:30am-9:00am COMMUNITY CENTER Emma Prusch Farm Park LOCATION Alum Rock Park INSTRUCTOR Dennis Bolger
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This Lutheran Bible Camp has been attended by my 12 year old son for the past 2 years. He has grown to have a deeper faith through this camp. He has also met friends who are planning to continue coming to Christikon for years to come. We love that he has a safe place to go each summer. ... Read More...
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Shakespeare Summer Camp - Pensacola, FL
It's a mystery of Shakespearean proportions as this year’s campers create a whodunit from the ground up using Shakespearean characters, plots, intrigue, dialogue, and combat. Each camper will get to choose a Shakespearean character to play, agree on a Shakespearean murder victim, and help write and perform an original play using Shakespearean themes. Campers will learn about the plays, acting, and stage combat in this week-long experience that culminates in a live performance! SETSCO will provide everything except underwear, shoes, and lunch. Tuition is $235 until May 31 when it will increase to $250, so register early! Ages 9-17 Mon-Fri 9:00-4:30 June 13-17 $235
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Kid's Camp - Roaring Springs, TX
Kids Kamp is such an incredible experience each summer! Our desire is to create space for kids to hear the voice of God, for them to be changed by His presence, and for them to realize that God is calling and preparing them now. We are believing that this year will be our greatest year yet...and you need to have your kids here!
Youth Camp 2016 "Alliance" - Running Springs, CA
Meeting point Ministerios Llamada Final Downey, California $160 Includes food and transportation. For more info: (562) 231-4660
Crazy Chemworks (24416A) - Cary Academy
Explore the chemistry of everyday life! Learn and apply the concepts, tools and techniques of real chemists. Experiment with super-sticky stuff and glow-in-the-dark technology, mix potions, make slime, and grow crystals. Campers will take home a full set of Mad Science lab gear at the end of the week and will use technology to develop replicable experiments, enhancing STEM outreach in an experience unique to Cary Academy. 919-677-7839
Clay Daze (1-6): 9:00-12:00 - The Hockaday School
This class is hands-down, hands-on FUN! You will learn about 3-D design through experimenting with clay, paint, and glazing. We will create small and medium-sized objects, animals, and dioramas inspired by the characters and scenes from your favorite short stories. Bring your imagination and be prepared to create, build, get messy, and have a blast! 214-360-6586
Forest Overnight Camp - Camp Waubanong
Join us for a week of thriving and surviving at Forest Camp. Become the eyes and ears of the forest as you learn confidence through the skills of the scout. Discover how to blend into the landscape through the arts of camouflage, navigation without compass or map, and stealthy movement. Together with your fellow adventurers you will build fire from friction, craft and use natural tools, identify and harvest edible plants, cook over open fires, sleep in a rain-proof shelter you build yourself, and more! In addition, Forest Campers can swim, play capture the flag, pick wild raspberries, play music, tend the camp garden, or build wilderness shelters during free time. Forest camp inspires youths natural discovery, cooperation, responsibility, and independence. Campers spend their week in traditional Adirondack Shelters with up to eight other campers. Our girls and boys cabins are located on separate ends of campus. The week for traditional overnight campers begins with drop-off at 2:00PM on Sunday, and lasts through pick-up at 5:00PM on the following Friday. (802) 490-5550
Jr. Maccabi - Session IA - JCC Campus
Our goal is to build confidence, develop skills, and learn about sportsmanship in a fun, age-appropriate atmoshpere. Led by experienced and professional staff, your camper willhave an action-packed experience they will never forget! Counselors are Certified Specialists in their fields. Sports include basketball, volleyball, hockey, and flag football. 512-735-8100
Period 3 - Ecology Kids - NBJH Room 220
Children enjoy hands-on fun with science, nature, games and ecologically friendly art-projects. Learning topics include bugs, the water cycle, habitats, food chains, pollution, and recycling. 8475043400 x2520