Summer Camps in Huntington, UT
Drop off your scientists in their PJs on Saturday, Dec 19th and go party like an animal (read: quiet dinner) from 5:30-8:30! The kiddos will have the time of their lives doing a host of awesome hands-on science activities like making models of the earth, calculating the age of different trees or whipping up a batch of Bubbly Bug Soup! The well eat pizza & dance around like maniacs to songs about science before winding down with an episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy! 7188328400.0
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A Fun Place Rooted in Christian Values
A summer camp for all ages, from the little ones in "Test Your Wings" to specialty camps like middle school nature trips and high school lessons in serventhood. Everyone gets a solid background in fun Bible study and traditional fun like swimming, boating, and crafts, with options for all sorts of adventures. Makemie Woods is a great excuse to get outside, learn about God and yourself, and be silly in a "radically accepting environment." Campers and staff learn to work together and make life long... Read More...
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Buffalo Canyon Campout - Jr. Teen Camp - Lewistown, MT
Day hikes in the canyon, a trip to Big Timber Waterslides, and paintball are included. Jr. Teen Camp July 18-23 Buffalo Canyon Campout Boys & Girls entering grades 7-9 Cost: Pre-registered by July 11 $155 After July 11 $170 Check-in time: 10am-12pm, Monday, July 18 Registrations available at www.lewtana.com Camp out in Buffalo Canyon for 3 days and 2 nights. Bible classes will take place in the canyon. Additional items to bring: warm clothing, good hiking shoes, a flashlight, and a small backpack. Camp ends with a program on Saturday at 1:30. Parents are encouraged to attend the program, as there are awards given out and a slide show of pictures from the week.
Summer Camp Volunteer Informational Session - Tulsa, OK
New Hope serves children and youth of Oklahoma ages 5-18 who have an incarcerated parent. Our summer camps offer unique opportunities to learn and grow in a supportive enviornment. Our camps depend upon our volunteers. Volunteers are needed to help us prepare for camp, at camp, in-between camps, and after camp. There is a role and opportunity for everyone! Find out more about the ways you can support our summer camps by attending New Hope’s Summer Camp Volunteer Informational Session, Saturday, March 26th, 1:00 p.m-2:00pm, Brookside Library (1207 E. 45th Pl). Email [email protected] or call (303) 906-7710 for more information.
Teen Tech Week MaKeyMaKey & Scratch Camp - Burbank, WA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfQqh7iCcOU Watch that video to discover some of the epic things that can be done with the MaKeyMaKey! There will also be computers available for participants to play on Scratch.com. That website teaches you how to make computer programs!!
Destroyer's Den V2 2016 Event 2 - Greenfield, IN
MYNA Camper Reunion - Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont I
Join MYNA at ISNA to celebrate 30 years. This year’s Executive Committee and Majilis Youth Council will be hosting a breakfast for all past MYNA campers. Whether you’ve been to only one camp or every single camp since you were 12, come on over to reconnect with some old friends!
Weeks 2/3 AM - Opti Learn To Sail (Step 1) (NESS Boat) - NESS
There is no better place to start learning the basics of sailing. Come have fun on the water while learning the language of sailing, rigging, sail handling and steering in a stable boat designed for kids. Students will be encouraged to sail solo when ready and increase their on-the-water confidence. Combine this two week class with Step 2 for a four week program that is a true learn to sail class. 860-535-9362
Tell Your Story - Junior Center of Art & Science
Students will learn various bookbinding techniques to create imaginative artist books with unique characters and storylines reflecting their own self expression. Students will also explore the book through mixed media processes like pop ups, sculptural elements, and other mixed media. 510-839-5777
Magic Tree House® Explorers AM - Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
Like Jack and Annie, young campers enter the Magic Tree House® for exciting adventures to an observatory, a space station, and the Moon. Daily story time will be an important part of this Magic Tree House® journey! 919-962-1236
Offense 4 6th-12th Grade - Beck Center
The Transylvania University Softball Coaching Staff is offering the chance to improve your skills and prepare for season with some Softball Spring Training this winter. You can choose from two different defense and offensive session that fit your schedule. Grades 6-12, on February 7th and the 14th. Check out our brochure at: for more details! 859-233-8300
Week 3 Kangaroos - Wilmington Montessori School
Kangaroos are rising K & 1st graders. You may only choose 3-day Traditional Camp this week, as camp is closed Monday and Tuesday. Extended Care is available as a choice at checkout. The Week 3 theme is Serving Our Country! 302-475-0555