Summer Camps in Ivins, UT
Once upon a time, in a Playhouse right here in the Merriman Valley, there will be children laughing, singing, creating and making new summer memories. Join us in this storybook-themed integrated arts camp. Students will use visual and performing arts to tell their favorite tale. Join us on the last day as they show their Happily Ever After. Instructor: Marissa Leenaarts, A.E.A. 330.836.2626
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New Member Dinner - Peninsula, OH
Welcome dinner to all 2016 Ordeal inductees. Free of charge to the new member and his/her family. Come and learn more about the opportunities with the Order of the Arrow.
Teen Camp 2016 - Huron, SD
A fun filled week with time to hear from God, worship, have fun, and try new things! Ages: 13-18 (or completed 7th-12th grade) Sign up today on our website or call the camp office at: (605)-352-7267! Forms Here: https://byronbiblecamp.wordpress.com/forms/
Neighbors Encouraging Other Neighbors (NEON) Partners with the Tulsa C
Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is thrilled to partner with NEON as part of National Let’s Talk Month. “Let’s Talk Month” allows us to listen to community members and organizations and share information on how teen pregnancy can affect everyone. It is important for parents and guardians to know: one big “talk” isn’t enough. Start early, be honest, and keep the conversation going.
Life Teen Fall Retreat
Fall retreat is on the way, print out the form, please don't delay! The form and check is all you need, to guarantee your spot - indeed! We'll talk and have fun, it'll be cool, it's for anyone and everyone in high school! Here are more details, but they don't rhyme. This whole Seussing thing takes too much time! Our retreats begin Friday night and end Sunday early afternoon. At a retreat you can expect a weekend away full of building community, growing in our faith together. There are great talks, fun sessions, and time to pray, play, and relax! If you have any questions, let Betsy know! The cost is $70 until 11/1 and then $80 from 11/2-8 Permission slip can be found at the "ticket" link.
Camp Fire's Absolutely Incredible Kid Day Breakfast - Windsor Heights,
Nominate an incredible kid today! Forms available at: http://www.campfireiowa.org/special-events.html Please join us at the Windsor Heights Community Center for our fourth annual Absolutely Incredible Kid Day event to help us celebrate and recognize great kids from within Central Iowa that make an impact in their communities each day. We will have a silent auction, great speakers, and some Absolutely Incredible Kids! Help us recognize these youth leaders and raise a little money to support Camp Fire's youth programs throughout Central Iowa. Individual seats are $25/each or a table of 8 is $200. Please call the Camp Fire Service Center for more information (515) 274-1501.
Early Bird/After Care: Late Pay - Manhattan Studio
This session is for parents who had to use Early Bird/After Care services, but did not pay ahead of time. This will not reserve any dates. If you need Early Bird/After Care for a specific date, please find the proper session. 718-369-0222
Session 3: What Would Nature Do? - Young Naturalists - The Hitchcock Center for the Environment
CAMP What is the best way to cool off on a hot day? How can we save energy powering trains? Animals, plants and other organisms have been adapting to challenges like this for the whole history of our planet. Nature has a lot to teach us about how to solve problems in ways that are good for the Earth. Through hands-on inquiry, games, art and outdoor investigations we will discover the efficiency of natures adaptations and ask what we can learn from nature about how to live more sustainably. 4132566006.0
4) Grinders - Bolles San Jose Campus
Our "Grinders" class is ideal for intermediate players between the ages of 8 and 18. Practices will take place on the full 78 foot court. Players will be coached on the fundamentals of tennis in a fun, encouraging atmosphere. Players will develop athleticism through daily age-appropriate fitness activities, make friends and improve their game! This program provides an excellent opportunity to transition into more competitive levels of play. 904-256-5071
Watercolor Camp - OCS Arts Center
Campers will learn about a variety of watercolor painting techniques. Exploring texture, color, and value through realistic and abstract subjects. They will build their skills with small studies, large still-life paintings, and patterned stationery designs. Open to all levels of experience. Instructor: Taylor Norton This camp may be combined with: Directing Demo, Combined Cost: $310 *** A minimum $50 deposit each camp is due at sign-up (non-refundable). *** The remaining balance is due by first day of camp. 502-241-6018
Robot Maker- Upper Elementary - Eureka Workshop
With so many things to be made and modified to satisfy an imagination, why not focus on the wonder of robots? This class takes Crafty Computing a step further with more complex projects to challenge fine motor skills and brainpower with Robot themed projects. (804) 727-9817