Summer Camps in Hopkins, MO
Learn to form original works in the art of clay. For ages rising 6th graders to rising 9th graders. Taught by Robin Richardson, Art Teacher at ALMS. This camp runs Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. GRADES 6th - 9th LOCATION Andrew Lewis Middle School Art Room at Andrew Lewis Middle School INSTRUCTOR Robin Richardson
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This week long camp is home to children ages 5 to 16. My daughter spends 2 weeks of every summer at this camp. Counselors from all over the globe come to teach campers swimming, archery, exploring nature, digital photography, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, survivor skills, leadership skills and horseback riding. Campers also get to learn about other cultures and about diversity.... Read More...
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2016 Youth Camp 2 - Oxford, PA
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Youth Mime Camp - Bordentown, NJ
Registration Fee: $45 (includes gloves, face paint, and t-shirt) For Youth Ages 6 to 17 5 WAYS PANTOMIME CAN BENEFIT YOUR CHILD 1. Higher Academic Achievement 2. Confidence & Self Presentation Skills 3. A Medium for Self Expression 4. Problem Solving & Perseverance 5. Empathy & Compassion To request a registration form send email to: [email protected] For more information call (609) 963-9252
What’s Up Above? Kid’s Art Camp Exploring Clouds, Birds, and Things th
Monday-Thursday, August 8-11, 2016 ages 5-8, 9:30 am - 11:30 am $100 ages 9-13, 1:00 - 4:00 pm $120 What are clouds made of and how many different kinds are there? What flies? exploring balloons, birds, planes, and rockets through art ________________________________________ All Classes held at: Rockwood Artist Studios - 1064 east 2100 south #20 all supplies and snack provided class limited to 15 students Kindra Fehr earned a BFA in drawing/painting from the University of Utah in 1990, has studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in France and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. She currently teaches art out of her Sugarhouse Studio and at the Montessori Community School for questions or to enroll -www.kindrafehr.com 801-518-1773
Auction: For Pre-Teen Camp - Whitewright, TX
Mark your calendars and invite your friends and family!!! It is going to be a fantastic night to raise money to send our pre-teens to camp. We are needing donations, so please get with Ashley Lenzi Farris, Melissa Johnson Smith, Mike Puckett, Crystal Wolff, Jacob Eady, Jill Johnson Miller, Jennifer Stuckey Wright, or Tara Phillips and we will be happy to pick up or meet you. Tickets for dinner will go on sale Wednesday night @ 7pm. God bless!
NFTY Ohio Valley Junior Youth Group (JYG) Kallah at URJ GUCI - Zionsvi
Your children can make lasting relationships with other Jewish teens from around the Ohio Valley Region! The NFTY678 Ohio Valley Junior Youth Group Kallah (JYG) is a weekend of learning, growing, laughing, and building meaningful relationships with other Reform Jewish teens. Whether it’s your first third JYG Kallah, we hope you’ll spend time with our community. We are excited to be at URJ GUCI. This is the perfect opportunity to hang out with your friends from all over the Ohio Valley and you can create more connections than ever! Imagine spending an incredible weekend enjoying the company of your new old friends from near and far. You are enjoying being Jewish with people much like you. You are making new friends, having fun, and socializing. But why just imagine? Come join NFTY-OV for a phenomenal weekend at URJ GUCI! Register today!
Spy Camp - Da Vinci Science Center
Spy Camp - $150 (August 8 – August 12) Your mission, if you choose to accept it…learn the science of spies! Campers will make their very own spy toolkit and learn essential skills required for top notch espionage. At the end of the week, well put your skills to the test with a super spy challenge around the Center! *Please note that afternoon campers are split into two groups relating to their grade levels and even numeric distribution.* 484-664-1002
Breakdancing - Coyote Central
With a member of the 2012 WORLD CHAMPION Massive Monkees Crew, youll learn the basics for becoming a b-boy or b-girl. From top rockin and drops to floor rocks and freezes, youll learn the fundamentals of the dance. Youll put them all together, learn some serious routines, and easily create some of your own. Circle-battles included. Instructor: Massive Monkees Crew Member 2063237276.0
Exploring Nature Camp - Churchill Park
Outdoor exploration and basics of ecology are the focus of this week. Well explore the woods, prairie and wet areas. Campers will roll logs looking for slugs and centipedes and learn why dark, damp places are important. Theyll wade in the water to net tadpoles and frogs - discovering that muddy and polluted water are different. Well crawl through the tall grasses to get a bugs eye view of the world. This is a hands-on, mind-on, and mud-on camp! A detailed letter will be sent prior to camp. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please be sure to bring a water bottle, snack, and apply sunscreen. Wear long pants and gym shoes. No sandals. AGE CATEGORY Youth and Teen GRADES Kindergarten - 1st LOCATION Picnic Pavillion: Churchill Park
Ocean Explorers - Marine Science Institute
Ocean Explorers enjoy 2 days at our site, 2 field trips, and 1 day aboard our ship learning about local ecosystems with live animals, hands-on activities, and themed games and crafts. Snack provided, please pack a lunch. Extended care available until 5:30 pm. Scholarships available. Please apply separately and pay the $100 deposit to hold your space. 6503642760.0
Boating: Basic Sailing Camp - Lake Merritt Boating Center
Piedmont Recreation is proud to partner with the City of Oakland Lake Merritt Boating Center. Piedmont Recreation offers transportation to and from these camps. The Basic Sailing Camp requires a swim evaluation that can be arranged through the Piedmont Community Pool at (510) 655-5163. SWIM EVALUATION IS REQUIRED. This entry level sailing class will definitely give kids a chance to get their "sea legs". The campers start off learning the parts of the sailboat and by weeks end theyll understand wind direction as it relates to propelling, and more importantly, controlling their sailboat. Games and drills on the water help to teach these basic skills. No experience is needed. If your child does not have a swim evaluation verification on file, a swim evaluation will have to be completed before the first day of camp. Please call (510) 238-2196 to obtain a swim evaluation form, or download the pdf. at oaklandnet.com/parks/programs/boating  You can also take the form to the Piedmont Community Pool for the evaluation (510) 655-5163. Each Day CAMPERS SHOULD BRING: * Layered warm clothing for water sports * Closed toe tennis shoes or water shoes * A change of clothes, towel, socks, shoes, underwear ...