Summer Camps in Kotlik, AK
Check In & Late Registration: 7-8 AM, March 6 at Roadrunner Field Session Hours: Monday, 8 AM - 4 PM, Tuesday, 8 AM - 12:00 PM Campers need to bring a sack lunch on Monday. Camp is situated in the calender to help youth age players get back in the flow of playing baseball and to get ready for the spring season. Camp will consist of hitting, throwing, fielding, bunting, and baserunning. Cost includes: T-Shirt and camp tuition, Plus 1 ticket to UTSA vs. Texas State Baseball game on Tuesday, March 15, 6:00 PM at Roadrunner Field 210-458-4811
Latest Review for Camp Skyline Ranch
Magical Summer at Skyline
This was the first summer my boy went to Camp Skyline and I can promise you it won't be his last! He made some great friends that he's still chatting with on Facebook. And now he wants his own horse. That might be a challenge but we're certainly going to book him for next year! He came home happy, fit and eager to do his chores. What happened?! ... Read More...
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Camp Kid Again - Spring Session 2017 - Aiken, SC
We are an all inclusive summer camp, just for adults! Here at Camp Kid Again we have all the same activities that you loved as a kid, but with some extras... for adults only! Every night, hang out with the other campers while you indulge in our open bar of wine and craft beer. We serve you three meals a day, with snacks in between and s'mores at night. Along with all the fun camp activities, we have special events planned for after hours! You can look forward to activities like dodgeball, the beer olympics, square dances, and of course…COLOR WAR! At Camp Kid Again we want you to have fun, and that means doing what you want to do. It’s your turn to pick your camp experience! Choose from a variety of activities such as: lake, swimming, arts and crafts, ropes course, archery, blobbing, and many more! Camp Kid Again is the perfect getaway for everyone! If you like to have fun and make friends, this is the place for you. Escape your daily routine, and come act like a kid again! This is a 21+ event, since alcohol is included. If you sign up, please make sure you will be...
NM Church of God 2016 Youth Camp - Alto, NM
Teen Camp Speaker - Ryan Sutton Junior Camp Speaker - Lynn Miller Contact the New Mexico State Office @ 505-299-0893
NFL Pouncey Twins Youth Football Camp - Lakeland, FL
The Lakeland PAL Youth is proud to partner with NFL superstars Michael and Maurkice Pouncey to host the 6th Annual Pouncey Twins Youth Football Camp on Saturday July 9, 2016. The free camp will take place from 8AM – 12PM at Lakeland Christian School, located at 1111 Forest Park Street. Boys and girls ages six to sixteen are invited to come develop their football skills with help from NFL players and coaches from across Polk County. To guarantee a spot, parents must pre-register their child. Registration forms are now available at the following locations: Lakeland PAL Complex / 325 W 2nd Street Boys & Girls Club / 1525 Martin Luther King Jr Ave Simpson Park Community Center / 1725 Martin Luther King Jr Ave Dream Center of Lakeland / 635 W 5th St Registration forms can also be requested by emailing [email protected] Members from the LakelandPD’s SWAT and K9 team will also be on hand. For additional information about the event, please call 838.4043.
Craft Fair & Flea Market- Benefits Youth Missions Camp & Leadership Re
Since the Dallas Harvest Festival has been cancelled, we have moved our annual Craft Fair fundraiser to that Saturday, (Sept. 19th) cause folks like YOU will be looking for something else to do. Additionally we will be expanding to include a Flea Market! Come shop at the Craft Fair for gifts, home decor, handcrafted jewelry, wood crafts, and more. This year's event includes a flea market, bake sale, and a chili cook-off. The Snackshop will be open with some delicious lunch & dinner specials including our famous APPLE DUMPLINGS!-Get 'em while they last! Proceeds will benefit students attending Student Life Camp and/or the Fall Leadership Retreat.
The Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts & Kids Camps - Readfield,
Four years ago Charles L. Day and Dale Potter-Clark began the process of gathering information for "Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts..." right here at a Maranacook Community Education class. Fifty or more enthusiastic people gathered that evening to share stories and to learn about the resorts, hotels and kids’ camps that have existed in this immediate area. After years of conducting personal interviews, making site visits and doing exhaustive research Charles and Dale have published a 356 page book packed with 220+ vintage photos and information about more than forty establishments that have existed on the four lakes. Thrown in for good measure is “The Larches” on “Lake Myra” in Readfield. Included is the history of the railroad, steamboats and the trolley in this area as well as the various establishments, founders and directors. Dale will first talk about the process and some discoveries made while researching and writing the book and following this she will do a reading. She will be available to sell and sign books after the presentation. Potter-Clark will be offering three classes the spring of 2017 (Mar, Apr, May) at $12.50 each or $30 for all three. Proceeds will help fund a "Museum in the Streets" in Readfield.
Bookmaking & Poetry - Ensworth School
Boys & Girls, rising 3rd-5th grades Be a poet this summer! Each day you will write poetry and create handmade books, from origami to hand-sewn books. This camp is for anyone who likes to write and share ideas. All materials are included. Directors: Robin Smith and Dean Schneider 615-383-0661
3. Afternoon Jr. Academy - The Blake School Hopkins Campus
Minnesota International Tennis Academy at Twin City Tennis Camps Full Day, Morning & Afternoon Academy Participants with desire for intense direction, focused and deliberate practice and pursuit of excellence every day on the courts. Our goal is to provide you with the opportunity to reach your highest potential. This is for advanced & elite level committed players and supportive families members. We will offer 4 week , 8 Week, Full 10 or 12 Week Summer. Weekly Camps are available for out of state participants or international participants also. Registered Admittance - will be with invitation and approval of Director of Tennis and MIT Academy Director- Daniel Nabedrick and will include a Parent/Player/Coach in person or phone meeting to confirm all details for participation. a. Futures Team Academy USTA/ITF 1-5 Group 1 Ages 9-10 b. Juniors Team Academy USTA/ITF 1-5 Group 2 Ages 11-12 c. Challengers Team Academy USTA/ITF 1-5 Group 3 Ages 13-14 d. Seniors Team Academy USTA/ ITF 1-5 Group 4 Ages 15-16 e. Elite Team Academy USTA/ ITF 1-5 Group 5 Ages 17-18 Academy Students will also be encouraged to make time for private or semi private lessons during the spring, summer and fall with TCTC Staff 612-600-2460
JAM I Camp - Camp Moses Merrill
We are jamming all the fun of a full week of camp into just 3 days and 2 nights. Campers time at camp will be filled with daily devotions, swimming, games, worship, campfires, and so much more! First time or returning campers will have a blast! Camper Arrival Time: Sunday 3-4 pm Camper pick-up time: Tuesday 1 pm 402-666-5639
Spring Peepers 1/2 Day - EcoAdventures
Spring Peepers: March 24th Listen for me on a spring night, on a wet night, on a rainy night. Listen for me on a still night, For in the night, I sing. (by Joyce Sidman). Campers hop in to our pond and join us as we celebrate our awesome amphibians. Slimey salamanders, fantastic frogs, toadally cool toads will come out to play. We will take a hike to our local pond and muck about searching for spring peepers. Hop to it, you dont want to miss our frog races. Campers will make frogalicious snacks and funky frog crafts. If amphibians amaze you, you dont want to miss this hoppin fun time! (410) 279-5416
Creative Dance - Studio B - Marysville Performing Arts Center
Explore new movements in a fun and social atmosphere! For ages 3-5. Your dancer can move barefoot around the room experiencing hops, wiggles, shapes and more. Have fun while learning basic dance concepts, techniques and terms. Comfortable clothing, no jeans, hair pulled back. 3606519000.0