Summer Camps in Imperial, NE
Summit Intermediate Basketball --- Camp Leader- Ken Shaw --- July 18-22 --- Rising 3rd, 4th & 5th Graders --- Focus on the basic skills of basketball through creative drills and competitive games --- Students will learn and practice confident dribbling, sharp passing skills, proper shooting form, and the basics of team play --- Campers will also learn how to practice skills at home --- Coach Shaw is excited to shape the next generation of basketball players. It is his goal to inspire fun and work ethic in all campers. --- Questions about this camp? (336) 722-2777
Latest Review for Summer Reading Programs at Lewiston City Library
Develop a Child’s Passion for Reading
If you want to help your child fall in love with reading, send them to the Summer Reading Programs. My 8 year old daughter reported the camp makes books come to life. Every year they pick a theme, and coordinate fun books that correspond to the theme. They also host activities for children to participate in. This help books come alive, and helps kids find a passion for reading.... Read More...
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Teen Mixed Martial Arts & Jiu-Jitsu Camp - State College, PA
****The first of its kind in the Central PA area!**** BOXING | JIU-JITSU | MUAY THAI | WRESTLING **REGISTRATION NOT YET OPEN** **Teens**, you'll love this program. Learn the main arts in MMA from the best instructors! The camp will be full of awesome training, MMA games and MORE! **Parents**, get your teens into the program to help them learn the values of respect, discipline, confidence, being self motivated, having good work ethic and a positive attitude! Email [email protected], message us or post back to be put on the waiting list for registration! This camp will fill fast, everyone! June 13-17 July 11-15 Aug 1-5 Monday - 7:30-9PM Tuesday - 6-9PM Wednesday - 7:30-9PM Thursday - 6-9PM Friday - 6:30-7:30PM PRICING: $75 per week for current CPAMMA members $100 for non-members
Ranger Kid Day Camp - Saint Augustine, FL
The RK event of the year for Section 5. Join us at Fort Matanzas for an Historical and fun look at at Florida history. Boat rides across the river to the actual Fort and other activties for our K-2nd grade boys. Bring a sack lunch and drinks as well as plenty of water. Cost is $8.
Thanksgiving Week Teen Event - New York, NY
We'll be sharing hot chocolate and tea with families out viewing the Thanksgiving Parade Baloons on Wednesday night and then helping assemble Thanksgiving dinners early Thanksgiving morning. You'll be able to get home in time for family Thanksgiving dinner.
Kid Min: Summer Camp Info Mtg - Hayward, CA
This is an infotmaiton meeting for Hume Lake's Wagon Train summer camp are for kids 8 years old (by July 17th) and have not entered middle school. If you are interested in sending your kids, please show up to this meeting.
Campus/Teen Devotional - Fairborn, OH
Volleyball (AM) - MA Upper School Recreation Center
Lets move your game to the next level! Whether you have played in the past or are new to the game, this camp will provide the opportunity to practice drills, play games and have fun! Participants should bring athletic shoes, kneepads, a water bottle and healthy snack. Come join the fun! 6127287745 x2
Performing Arts Camp - Woodstock Town Hall Theatre
Sharon Groblicki will once again direct Pentangle Arts Summer Performing Arts Camp, with Nancy Boymer and musical direction by Bob Merrill. The theme this year is Children in Featured Broadway Roles, featuring songs and scenes from The Fantasticks, The Wizard of Oz and The Sound of Music. This years camp program teaches vocal technique and presentation, drama, improvisational theater, singing, and choreography. Classes are for children ages 8-13. Activities are indoors and outdoors. In addition, there will be some time allocated for swimming at the Woodstock Recreation Center– weather permitting – after lunch most days. Please note, if you child does not have a Rec Center swim pass, they will need $5 each day to cover the cost of using the pool. FOOD: Bring your own snack, lunch and water. DRESS: Comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement; sneakers, ballet or jazz shoes; and a swimming suit 802-457-3981
EXPLORERS DAY CAMP-Adventurers and Trailblazers - Germantown Friends School
The Explorers Day Camp offers five weeks of old-fashioned summertime fun, designed to develop campers curiosity and creativity through weekly theme-oriented sessions. Each week, Explorers will participate amazing activities designed by GFSs own LS art teacher Heather Chu Marvill and ASP Art Coordinator, Joli Harnish. In addition, campers will enjoy science, cooking, nature, and sports-related activities. The GFS campus will serve as the primary location for exploration and skill-building. Half-day field trips to nearby cultural destinations provide opportunities for hands-on learning and discovery. Campers will build confidence, forge new friendships, and grow through new experiences, all within a safe and fun-focused environment. Swims at the Germantown Cricket Club during weeks #1, #2, and #3 will add to the summertime fun and plans are in the works to include swimming for weeks #4 and #5 as well! Explorers Day Camp themes for 2016 will be Mad Science, Time Travel in Germantown, Under the Sea, Animal Planet, and The Olympics: Ready, Set, Rio! Explorers Day Camp is divided into two groups: Adventurers (Kindergarten–Grade 2) and Trailblazers (Grades 3–4). Campers are welcome to register for either a full or half day of Explorer fun! Early drop off is available free of charge after... 215-951-2384
Cartooning and Clay 6th-8th - Art Unleashed!
Draw your own cartoons and then turn them into 3D figures in the clay room! Students will learn different cartooning styles as well as clay sculpting techniques to bring their cartoons to life. 314-628-1024
Boys Two Week Camp II - Camp Sancta Maria
The day at camp is set within the Catholic framework of a daily Mass and prayer service, but each year we welcome campers from all faiths. A two-week session at CSM has proven time and again to help build confidence and awareness that campers take home and to school. Spending two-weeks living, playing and praying with friends made on the basketball court or in the mess hall creates a bond that can last a lifetime. These friendships endure, even strengthen, during a winter at homes perhaps miles apart and are renewed year after year as campers grow together in their summer home, here among the nature and splendor of our 96 wooded acres. 231-546-3878