Summer Camps in La Junta, CO
Robotics course that teaches building skills with legos. This class covers beginning programming and coding skills as well as basic building. They will make an alligator talk, a bird spin and a monkey play the drums. 6787535192.0
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Send your Daughter to an All Girl’s Christian Dance Camp
This camp is recommended for girls ages 8 through 16 years of age. My 13 year old daughter attended Mountain Top Summer Dance Camp. What she liked about it surprised me. She really enjoyed the camaraderie of other girls who shared her passion for dance. At the end of the camp, the girls all held a talent show, and they performed for the parents. Their dancing was so good it left speechless.... Read More...
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Kid's Day Camp (K-2nd Grade) - Conway, AR
Kid's Day Camp, afternoon session, for Kindergarten-2nd Graders. Register online at https://kideventpro.lifeway.com/myChurch/?id=30834 by June 6th. Campers will use the "participant registration" and chaperones will use the "volunteer registration." Cost is $12.50 for church members or $25 for non-members. There will be a $25 late fee for anyone who does not register by June 6th! If you have any questions, contact Kyle Berry, Children's Minister, at 501-259-5632.
Youth Bowling Camp - Pleasant Hill, IA
Great Escape is partnering with Pleasant Hill Parks & Recreation to host a week long bowling camp. Attendees will be divided into age groups to learn fundamentals such as approach, delivery, hand position, release, spot bowling, and spare conversions. Certified bowling instructors will be instructing the camp. Location: Great Escape bowling complex (655 NE 56th St.) Time: 10 - 11:30 am (every day for five days) Dates: June 20 - 24 Fee: $35/person Grades: 1st - 12th Contact: Kelena at 515-263-1700 ext. 206 or [email protected] Register: Click here (http://pleasanthilliowa.org/DocumentCenter/View/753) for the printable registration form. Registration forms may also be picked up at the Pleasant Hill Public Library or City Hall. Completed registration forms can be mailed or dropped off at Great Escape, 655 NE 56th Street in Pleasant Hill.
Youth Camp 2015!!! - Marianna, FL
One week of non-stop awesomeness. !! We will be attending Youth Camp at the Assembly Of God District in Marianna, FL 32448. July 6-10 if you or someone you know between the ages of 12 and 18 would be interested in going with us, please contact me at 850-768-0831 $150.00 per person + $40.00 extra spending money We would love for you go with us!!!
Noor Youth Camp - Ingleside, IL
Masjid al-Noor Youth Camp is an exciting opportunity to spend time building brotherhood/sisterhood while enjoying recreational activities, and spending time with Shaykh Noman Hussain. The camp will be open for youth between the ages of 12-18. If there are any children that would like to attend under the age of 12, they will be allowed attendance ONLY IF A PARENT/GUARDIAN attends as their chaperone. Brothers and sisters will be in separate accommodations in the same campsite under the supervision of adult male and female camp counselors. DATES: Monday, August 22, 2016 to Wednesday, August 24, 2016. LOCATION: YMCA Camp Duncan in Ingleside, IL COST: $125 per person. $100 for children under 12 (Payments can be given to Shaykh Noman, Sr. Orusa, or Sr. Bushra) ALL MEALS ARE INCLUDED. ACTIVITIES: Rock Climbing, Zip-lining, Archery, High Ropes Course, Swimming, Campfire Circles, Sports & more CONTACT: Shaykh Noman Hussain - [email protected] | Sr. Bushra Zaibak - [email protected] | Sr. Orusa Hassan - [email protected]
CHS Youth Football Camp - Carpinteria, CA
Carpinteria High School is hosting a Youth Football Camp the week of July 11th. They will be working on agility drills, passing and learning the game of football. It is a no contact clinic. Call coach Cordero 805-689-5898 to reserve your spot and ask questions. (This is not a Junior warrior hosted program)
Week 6 PM - Wave Monkeys - NESS
Waves, waves and more waves! If you are a monkey and love being in the water and riding on waves, then this week is for YOU! We will be testing our water riding skills out on as many different types of boats & boards that we can. Boogie boarding, surfing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. This is the ultimate water adventure, testing your core, balance and fitness. This class has been specifically designed for ages 9 – 12 years old so no experience is necessary as long as you are comfortable on and in the water. We will teach you the basics! Come have fun in the sun while learning valuable ocean safety skills. Includes: boogie boarding, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking & boat rides 860-535-9362
Little Stars (July 25) - The Little Theatre of Alexandria
This camp is a special introduction to acting that gives each child a chance to shine! Whether your child loves to do "shows" in your living room, or you wish they felt more comfortable expressing themselves, in this camp every voice is heard. We use creative movement and fun acting games that boost confidence and help build the body-mind connection. With a camper to caring counselor ratio of 4:1, there is a lot of individual attention. Confidence grows as children share their ideas and impressions, working collaboratively on their skit. Each week there are improv games and fun activities that help with concentration and observation skills. During the week campers sing and tell some jokes onstage, build a shoe box set, and paint the scenery for the show. Each day campers practice and prepare for their skit on Friday. We laugh a lot! INSTRUCTOR ROBERTA MASTERS-CULLEN has been teaching childrens classes and camps at the Little Theatre for seven years. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild specializing in radio and television voiceovers, and has been a television news anchor and reporter. Roberta teaches acting at Burgundy Farm Country Day School and in the Alexandria City schools program. 7036835778 x2
Galaxy Robotics Summer Camp - Piedmont High School
Galaxy Robotics is offering a standard class for elementary and middle school students. Over the course of the week, students will design and build their own drivable robot. On the last day of class, a small, friendly competition will be held for students to experience a real tournament environment. The class features the VEX robotics design system, a system that allows for any style of robot to be built. Students will be placed on robot-building teams consisting of 3 to 4 students each, teaching not only technology but also teamwork. Campers are welcome to enroll individually or with friends. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is designed for participants entering 3rd through 8th grade. LOCATION Piedmont High School Room 12 at Piedmont High School INSTRUCTOR Galaxy Robots Staff
White Sox Fastpitch Slapping Camp (9-14 yrs) Lisle - Lisle Bulls/Sox Academy
Slap hitting is an offensive technique designed to place a tremendous amount of pressure on the defense. If you are an elite player that can get down the line in less than three seconds and want to boost your on-base percentage, you may want to learn the proper techniques and strategies of "The Slappers Game" from the best slapping instructors at the Academy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please dress in athletic gear and bring a water bottle. See you in camp! AGE CATEGORY Child LOCATION Lisle 13 Robin Ventura (not online) at Lisle Bulls/Sox Academy Lisle 12 Billy Pierce (not online) at Lisle Bulls/Sox Academy
River Monsters 1/2 Day - EcoAdventures
River Monsters Monday, February 22nd Whats the LURKING beneath the waters? Creature of the deep? Giants of the sea? Unleash monsters beyond your wildest imagination! If you DARE, come to this camp, face your fears and learn about river monsters and much more. Campers will learn all about cyrptids at this camp. Cryptozoology (from Greek , kryptos, hidden + zoology; literally, study of hidden animals) is a pseudoscience involving the search for animals whose existence has not been proven due to lack of evidence. The animals cryptozoologists study are often referred to as cryptids such as the Loch Ness Monster, Yeti, Bigfoot, unicorns, alien big cats, Chupacabra and more. Cryptozoology relies heavily upon anecdotal evidence, stories, and alleged sightings. Will we have any unusual sighting? You can count on it! Campers will make some cool crypto crafts and meet some of EcoAdventures own creatures of the deep. Campers DIVE IN if you DARE to our coolest, creepiest camp of all… River Monsters! (410) 279-5416