Summer Camps in Jayton, TX
Nothing compares to the joy of cruising through Portland on a bike in the summer. Cruisers get a whole week of expanding their city view by exploring their neighborhood and beyond. Each day campers decide which destinations and parks to explore as a group, developing a sense of teamwork and mutual support along the way. Trips focus on riding safely, crossing intersections, reading maps, and troubleshooting common mechanical problems. Cruisers experience the empowerment of discovering new places through their very own person-powered transportation. As riders challenge themselves each day, many are surprised by how far they can go on two wheels. Skills they will develop: • Controlling speed around other riders • Taking left turns into bike lanes • Riding on various surfaces • Shifting gears for efficiency • Map reading and route planning • Wheel removal and flat repair 503-288-8864 x321
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The focus on nature at this camp is perfect for my daughter
Since 1936, Rancho Del Chaparral has entertained girls, such as my 9 year old daughter, at a girl-scout camp. Over 1177 acres of forest and meadows provide the perfect atmosphere to study nature. Campers learn to discover, protect and advocate the great outdoors. ... Read More...
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3rd Annual "Onesie Party" with Kidnap Kid, Amtrac, Ranger Bass - Reno,
Early Bird tickets on sale now for just $17.50 http://basscampfest.com. It's Bass Camp's most fun club event of the year, our annual "Onesie" Party. Rock your favorite onesie at Cargo, Friday, November 18, with Kidnap Kid, Amtrac, Ranger Bass and more! Kidnap Kid Amtrac Ranger Bass + MORE TBA This is an 18+ event Tickets are on-sale now at http://basscampfest.com/
Advocacy Training for Pennsylvania Youth Recovery Campaign - Philadelp
The Pennsylvania Youth Recovery Campaign and The Bridgeway School would like to formally announce that legislation is officially being sponsored in both the House of Representative (Rep. John Taylor –[R] Philadelphia) and the Senate (Sen. Pat Browne -[R] Pennsylvania) to promote recovery high schools in Pennsylvania. When enacted, this bill will create an alternate class of school designated Recovery High School. These schools will be suited to address the educational and recovery support needs of high school age/eligible youth dealing with substance use disorders in Pennsylvania. These schools will ensure that students receive the tools necessary to retain long term recovery, achieve academic greatness, and promote family inclusion, support, and overall wellness through education and recovery. We need your help to raise awareness for, and champion this cause on behalf of all Pennsylvania Youth. Please also join us for an Advocacy Training event on February 25th and 7pm at The Bridgeway School. Through this training we will equip all supporters and stakeholders with the knowledge and tools to advocate in support of this vital legislation. To learn more about our grass roots campaign supporting this vital legislation check out our advocacy toolkit here. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_OLdkYEdts9X0hLODVFaVpZa3M...
Kid's Yoga Summer Camp - Danville, KY
Kid's Yoga Summer Camp for ages 6-11yrs July 11-15 2-4pm at Kindermusik. Registration closes June 27. Only 15 spots available. Register NOW! www.lifeinbalancefitness.com/kids-yoga-smmer-camp/
Car Wash & Bake Sale - Youth Camp Fundraiser - North Richland Hills, T
May 29, 2016 9:15 AM - 1:00 pm $5 Car Wash and various baked goods will be available for purchase. LIFEchurchDFW 7850 Davis Blvd North Richland Hills, 76182 817-581-3418
Secrets of the Ancient Scout - Overnight Youth Camp - Olympia, WA
For more info and to register, see: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/secrets-of-the-ancient-scout/ For kids day camps happening simultaneously, see http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-day-camps-for-kids/ Our scout camps are widely considered the most fun, mind-blowing programs we offer. Discover skills of the ancient scout, nearly lost to history, if it weren’t for a handful of people who kept these practices alive. We’re a staff who has studied under scouts only once removed from the likes of Baden-Powell and Geronimo. A scout must live in honor, balance and harmony with the earth in order to blend with nature and move over any terrain like a shadow. There’s also an aspect of martial arts in this camp, using tricks of mind-over-matter to help us accomplish feats that seem impossible. Camp Goals & Skills Covered: The goal of Secrets of the Ancient Scout is to introduce you to the scout code of honor, including teamwork. Skills covered during this camp session include, but are not limited to: • Stealth. • Camouflage • Silent Communication • Morals & Teamwork • Bird Language • Self-sacrifice for the benefit of loved ones. • Intuition, purpose, wits, courage...
Ultimate Survival Camp - Off the Beaten Path Bookstore
Campers will get to experience our new overnight site at Reading on Ranches Camp! Ultimate Survival Camp will spend the week learning advanced survival skills such as building your own survival site, foraging and cooking food, and many other pointers to master outdoor survival. We will read many books together during the week, including new books such as An Unfortunate Series of Events and classics like My Side of the Mountain. 855-426-6587
Bay Bounders (Week 1 AM) - Fins, Wings, Paws, & Claws - NESS
Animals have amazing adaptations to help them survive and thrive. Investigate these features through examining the shapes and power of fish, shark, and dolphin fins, the flying abilities of birds, the diverse abilities of animal legs and paws, and the power of claws. Take part in an animal adaptation auction, dissect a crab, and use microscopes to make new adaptation discoveries. Includes: microscopes, 1 boat trip, & snorkeling 860-535-9362
Rainforest Adventure Camp - Slauson Middle School
Rainforest Adventure Camp - NEW! Your child has the chance to embark on a "Rainforest Adventure" this summer. Campers combine art and engineering skills to conceive and construct the four layers of the rainforest. Walking the "camouflage trail" campers learn the importance of animal adaptation and what can be done to help protect our fragile ecosystems. On the last day, campers will present forest facts and escort their parents on an exciting rainforest tour. Sign up today to explore the tallest treetops and unveil the majesty of the mysterious forest floor! Campers will be divided by grade into developmentally appropriate groups. Enroll now ! Early Bird discounted fee of $229 ends April 18th at 5pm. Monday - Friday. Camp fees include any field trips. Director: Eileen Bigham. Extended care is available, please enroll with ID#2401.406. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $AVE! Enroll one camper in 4 or more full day camps in one transaction and receive 10% off each camp. For online registration, discount is applied at check out. GRADES Kindergarten - 8th Grade LOCATION SLAUSON SCHOOL at Slauson Middle School PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 Hooked on Fun Camp Registration INSTRUCTOR Eileen Bigham
Chicago Bulls/White Sox Combo Camp - Ackerman Park
Register for both camps with the ?Combo Camp? option and save over $20! Best of all, each Combo Camp participant receives an exclusive U.S. Cellular Field and United Center Experience! This opportunity of a lifetime includes a parade on U.S. Cellular Field and a Q&A session with a White Sox personality, coach and a current White Sox player for each camper and one guest, in addition to a behind the scenes tour of the home of the Chicago Bulls, and a Q&A session with a Bulls personality and a current or former Bulls player! Combo camp participants receive a hat, basketball, bag, two t-shirts, and Chicago White Sox tickets! AGE CATEGORY Youth and Teen LOCATION Court 2 at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center Court 1 at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center Softball Field #5 at Ackerman Park Softball Field #2 at Ackerman Park Softball Field #6 at Ackerman Park Softball Field #4 at Ackerman Park Court 3 at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center Softball Field #3 at Ackerman Park
1. Session I - Morning - UA College of Fine Arts
Visual Arts: Abstract Expressionism exploded onto the art scene after World War II. Rather than follow the tame methods from the Old World, these young bohemians applied paint in a dramatic and experimental manner. Find out why Jackson Pollock was known as "Jack the Dripper" and how Willem de Kooning swashbuckled loaded brushes with colliding garish colors. Youll be dripping, smearing, slathering, and flinging your way to incredible artwork! Puppetry: The stars of several popular 1940s TV shows were inanimate objects. Hmmm… how could that be? They were puppets like Howdy Doody, Kukla & Ollie and their friends that created a make-believe world, entertaining children and adults alike! Design your own puppet and perform for your friends and family while learning the magic of this ancient yet enduring art form. 5203190400.0