Summer Camps in Hopkins, MO
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Dystopia Rising Indiana March 2016 Event (Fields of Iron) - Greenfield
This marks the true 3 years of full immersion events. If you had a blast at the Feb game then March is looking to be an even more intense event is that even possible? :)
Costa Rica Teen Expedition Camp Information Meeting - Torrance, CA
The Torrance-South Bay Y and Unearthed Travel are hosting a life-changing journey to Costa Rica for teens ages 14-17 next summer, July 2017! Students will travel as a team and will participate in: hands-on community or conservation project, challenging and breathtaking trek through the rainforest or up the tops of volcanoes, and exploration of the amazing sites and action packed activities of Costa Rica. Attend a parent's meeting at the Y on September 20, 6:30-7:30 to learn more. RSVP to [email protected] or 310.325.5885 x2771. www.unearthedtravel.com.
Camp DayDreams Overnight Summer Camp 2016 - Naples, NY
Our 17th year of Summer Camp! Staff training on Saturday Aug. 13 & Sunday Aug. 14 Campers arrive on Monday Aug. 15 Campers depart on Sunday Aug 21 in the morning Volunteers finish at 2pm Sunday Aug 21
Youth and Young Adult Leadership Conference - Wilkeson, WA
Youth and Young Adult Leadership Conference Sponsored by the North American Division of SDA, the North Pacific Union and the Washington Conference, this conference is designed for pastors, church elders, local youth and young adult leaders and anyone passionate about developing next generation leaders for Jesus. Over two and half days we will bring together some of the leading experts in youth and young adult ministry to give you inspiration and practical tools to transform your ministry to this emerging generation. The conference will center on four foundational practices of ministry: Lead, Learn, Listen and Love. For those who are unable to attend the entire conference, a Sunday-only option is available. This day will focus on practical tools for the local church leader. Conference Speakers Elder Dan Jackson (Keynote Speaker): President of the North American Division Brad Lomenick: Strategic Advisor of Catalyst Conferences and Leadership Consultant Chap Clark: Professor and Chair of the Youth, Family, and Culture Department at the Fuller School of Theology Steve Case: Founder and Director of Involve Youth and Coordinator for the Youth Ministry Cohort at the SDA Theological Seminary Ben Lundquist: Youth Adult Director for the Arizona Conference Tracy Wood: Young Adult Coordinator for the North American Division Paul Graham: Senior Pastor of the...
Summer Camp Leader Review Breakfast - Glandorf, OH
Come share your experiences from 2015 Summer Camp, and let us know what items to keep, and help us decide on what new activities or items to bring to camp in 2016!
Arimaw Productions: Itty Bitty Chefs Camp @SMCC - San Marcos Community Center
This camp teaches little chefs to become big hits in the kitchen. Itty Bitty Chefs will show campers what the kitchen is all about. Campers will discover independence and self-confidence as they prepare treats that are as delicious as they are easy to make. Join at anytime. SPECIALTY CAMP CANCELLATION POLICY Participants wishing to drop an enrichment class/specialty camp must contact Community Services at (760) 744-9000 x3501. Half-day Specialty Camps A full refund of fees, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be granted if the request is made on the Thursday prior to the start of the camp week. (If the request is made after the Thursday prior to the start of the camp week but before the first day, a full refund, less a $20 cancellation fee, will be granted). A prorated refund of fees, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be granted if the request is made before the second camp day. Students who transfer from one camp to another will be charged a $10 transfer fee. If a student transfers to a class taught by the same instructor as the original camp, no transfer fee will be applied. If enrichment classes/specialty camps are cancelled by...
Two Week Fandom/Half-Blood - CAMP DEMIGOD INSTITUTE
Campers (ages 10-16) experience our unique program centered on innovation, mentorship, leadership and community-building. DIGIVATIONS Camp Demigods Demigod Institute and August Camp Half-Blood are a blend of world building through innovation, role playing and speculative fiction. These Camps are based on the principles that kids have an enormous reservoir of creativity and innovative ideas which they look forward to sharing with other like-minded individuals who hold common interests. Please register using a computer. Please do not use a tablet or smart phone when you register because the program will not work properly. The registration process takes about an hour and asks you to answer about 50 questions. The program does not allow you to save your work, so it is best to answer the questions in one sitting, electronically sign all the waivers and pay your deposit so you are fully registered. Many of the questions at the end of the application are best answered in consultation with your child: so that they express their interests, their first choices of cabin (demigod or fandom), etc. Tuition covers all meals, housing, instruction, guest lectures, ImagineSTEM blog, mentoring, supervision, materials, and recreation fees. This amount does not include transportation to and from... 360-543-5641
Camp Carlyle: Session III - Carlyle House Historic Park
Camp Carlyle at Carlyle House Historic Park, in Old Town Alexandria, encourages children to explore history through challenging, engaging, and fun activities. We highly value and encourage inclusion of all campers in all activities. Campers will have the opportunity to learn about 18th century games, clothing, schooling, culinary techniques, trade and money, and city life. Campers will also have opportunities to take offsite field trips to other historic sites in Old Town Alexandria that include the George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Gadsbys Tavern Museum and the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum. The final day of camp includes an all-day offsite field trip to a historic site or museum. Past all-day offsite trips include George Washingtons Mount Vernon and George Masons Gunston Hall. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This camp is intended for rising 3rd to rising 6th graders. GRADES 3rd - 6th LOCATION Carlyle House Historic Park, Alexandria, VA INSTRUCTOR Vanessa Herndon
2016 Session 2~ 5 and 6 Year Old Class - Huck Finn School
Fantastic 2 week introduction to woodworking class (or continuation from session 1 class) for 5 and 6 year olds! Well make simple treasure boxes, airplanes, race cars, or other age and skill level appropriate projects that are inspiring to students! 8439866136.0
Beginning Band (AM) - MA Lower School Band Room
This course will focus on learning the basics of the woodwind, brass or percussion instrument of each students choice. Learning activities will center around small group instruction with like instruments, music theory and games, and a group rehearsal with all instruments combined. The week will conclude with a short informance by all band members. Open to students entering 5th grade who have no previous experience on a band instrument. Prerequisite: Students must provide their own band instrument or arrange for rental through the Middle School Band Director and purchase a band method book to be used in class. 6127287745 x2