Summer Camps in Kingman, AZ
By learning to fuse and slump glass, participants will create their own unique "works of art," such as sun catchers, picture frames and more! Come join us and release your "inner artist! A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE THE STUDENT ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK ON MONDAY JUNE 29TH AT 6:00 PM, IN ALUMNAE HALL AT NDA. ARTWORK CAN BE TAKEN HOME AFTER THE SHOW. 419-475-9359 x1008
Latest Review for Camp Birchmont
The Birchmont Fun Fest
They call is the 'Birchmont Experience' on their website. I call it the Birchmont Fun Fest because that's just what our two kids went through. Although they are only a year apart you would think they grew up in separate cities. What amazed me is how close they became. That was worth the price of admission! I think this camp really made a positive difference in their relationship. Not what I expected from a summer camp but I'm certainly grateful. Thanks Birchmont!... Read More...
To find more summer camps near Kingman, AZ adjust your search values such as zip code or nearby city in the search box.
Camping With The Blues (Music Festival)
An incredible weekend of Blues Music at The Sertoma Youth Ranch Oct. 23-25, 2015. Check in early on Friday.....and camping is thru Monday at 1pm.
Reboot #2: Teen Winter Retreat - Smithville Flats, NY
Missing camp, the people, the atmosphere, the games, the challenging messages? Well here is your chance to come back for a weekend! Sign up to come with your youth group, or come on your own and bring a friend or two. We'll have food, games (including a night game), speaker Fred Defendor, and lots of opportunities to hang out and just be at camp. Give us a call or email us to register: 607-656-9701, [email protected] Cost: $45 if you register by February 8th $55 after February 8th (supper is included Friday night)
Camp Out For Youth Homelessness - Lexington, KY
Help Arbor Youth Services, Inc. raise awareness of childhood homelessness in our community. Gather a group of friends and/or family and together you can Camp Out to raise awareness for youth homelessness. Registration and fundraising information coming soon to www.ArborKy.org.
Teen Spirit Quest Camp - North Bennington, VT
“This is where I come every year to reflect, re-vision and rejuvenate. It’s my new year!”–Spirit Quest Teen Camper Spirit Quest for Teens is for 13-17-year-olds, who are moving into young adulthood and who need a safe, nurturing place to reflect on where they have been, where they are going and who they are becoming. Camping together, teens develop deep connections to their selves, their peers, their elders and Nature through --council circles, --team-building games, --nature-awareness activities and hikes, --poetry and art --movement and improv --drumming and journeying --sharing in meal preparation --solo time in nature --fire ceremonies and sweat lodges --mediation and yoga Life-long friendships are formed or deepened; issues of self-esteem and soul work are explored with a true honoring of each teen’s unique path. Teens are invited to camp for the whole week, beginning on Sunday afternoon and ending Saturday at noon to allow for more time together. Cost is $425 for early bird registration (by June 1) and $475 thereafter/per camper to cover most food and expenses for the six nights. PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD. A myriad of crafting and art materials are provided. We provide most meals, but to keep costs low, we ask each family to send some food (details upon registration). Shared lodging in our...
Net Ministries Retreat - Savannah, GA
NET retreat is Sunday, November 6 from 2:00-7:30 at Villa Marie. We will have Mass and dinner from Moes. This year's retreat theme is "Strength in Numbers (Authentic Friendships)." It is a high school retreat and is FREE to all youth groups. How can you go wrong???
Basketball Boot Camp - Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch
Basketball Boot Camp is for intermediate to advanced players looking to improve their strength, agility, and footwork while also working on understanding the mental strategy of the game. Drills and scrimmage play included. 2143831030.0
Dangerous Camp for Boys - Both Weeks - Dangerous Camp at The Heights School
All boys need adventure in their life. This camp is for designed to foster a love of life and adventure outside of the trappings of video games and technology. The DC4B offers a generous sampling of activities and lessons that familiarizes the campers with games, hobbies, and skills that every boy should know and love. The camp is much more idea-specific than the usual boys summer camp. With its conglomerate of themes, this camp is directed with a specific vision towards the healthy, all-around growth of boys body and mind, through healthy, active leisure. The camp will be divided into four ‘companies, allowing the boys to take part in a friendly competition that culminates on the final day of camp. Sample activities may include calligraphy, sports, field trips, short stories, yo-yos, harmonicas, knot tying, bouldering, historic battles, juggling, paper airplanes, fire-building, slingshots, lawn games, creeking, and more! Boys have the option to attend the full two-week session or to attend one week. Staff Colin Gleason, Lower School Head, and Tom Steenson, 5th-grade teacher, direct the camp. Contact Colin Gleason or Tom Steenson at The Heights School, or Notes Usual dress is normal summer attire. Campers should bring a... 301-365-4300
HS Serving Mini-Camp 1 - Chaifetz Arena Pavilion
For high school players only. Increase your scoring ability from the service line. HS Serving Mini-Camp will reinforce fundamentals while focusing on advanced serving strategies and techniques. Includes standing float and jump serve training. (Note: Although open to high school boys, the net height will be set for high school girls.) 314-394-1110
Bug Catchers Two-Day Camp - Harris Nature Center
For children going into 2nd and 3rd grade Insects, spiders and invertebrates of all kinds invade this camp. Campers will also enjoy craft projects, nature activities, guided walks, stories and games. All campers will receive a free camp tee shirt. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * This program will take place regardless of the weather. * All campers must bring a sack lunch. * Register before June 1st and receive a $5.00 discount. GRADES 2nd - 3rd LOCATION Harris Nature Center Wetlab at Harris Nature Center INSTRUCTOR Harris Nature Center Staff
Green Scene 4th-8th - Evergreen Country Day School
Learn about our beautiful planet and all of the wonderful green energy that we can use to help keep our homes and our lives healthy and balanced. We will explore a new energy theme each day, make crafts, and do experiments based on the themes. We will also explore ways that we can make our everyday lives more peaceful and happy with different sensory games involving art and music and exercises like yoga and Tibetan meditation. This will be a week focused on making the world a better place to live while also improving the quality of our inner wellbeing. A great way for adolescents and young adults to learn how to build up their personal happiness and self-worth. With Ms. Hayden 3036743400.0