Summer Camps in La Villa, TX
Notice is hereby given that Miss Mary will be opening an academy for the instruction of young ladies at the residence of Judge Overton in Nashville, TN. Instruction will be given in the arts of sewing, dancing, penmenship and the general arts of becoming a 19th century lady. Campers will dress in period clothing and attend class in our historic buildings. Join us for this unique living history experience! 615-832-8197 x14
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KidsFest Summer Camp and PreSchool Expo 2016 - Cedar Rapids, IA
Join us for a KidsFest Summer Camp & Pre-School EXPO 2016! FREE Admission, LOTS of giveaways, bounce houses, trackless train, fun activities and entertainment. We will provide an opportunity for you to visit and speak with Camp Directors, summer activity programmers and Pre-School Representatives! Get the scoop on the best summer camp and pre-school experience for your kids and have a day full of family fun! More information TBA soon!
Rolling Hills Sr High Youth Camp 7th-12th Grade - Saraland, AL
General Information/Standard of Conduct -Arrival: Camp check in will begin at 12:00 PM on Monday afternoon. Please try to arrive no later than 4:30 PM -Meals: All meals are included in the price of registration. -Departure: Camp will end Friday after the morning chapel -Lost and Found: Items not claimed after 30 days will be discarded. -Schedule: All Campers are to follow the camp schedule for their enjoyment, safety, and accountability to camp staff. -Camp nurse: A registered nurse will be on duty at all times. Special instructions will be given at camp for those taking medications. -What to bring: KJV Bible, bedding, pillow, towels, toiletries, camera, flashlight, jacket, sports clothes for activities, nice casual clothes for informal services, at least one old pair of tennis shoes, and spending money $30-$50. -Do not bring: Alcoholic beverages, drugs, tobacco, fireworks, ammunition, guns, weapons, scooters, skateboards, rollerblades, magazines, apparel with inappropriate graphics or lettering, or any type of electronic device, including, but not limited to cell phones, CD, DVD, MP3, or other music/media players, computers, PDAs, radios, TVs, and video games. -Christian conduct: As a Christian Camp, Rolling Hills Youth Camp maintains high...
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...
TEEN SUMMER CAMP - Session 2 - Marshall, VA
June 9 &10 TEEN SUMMER CAMP - Ages 13 & UP 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. both days. Students will create pieces based on interests. Teens will work on the pottery wheel, in fused glass, canvas painting and paint your own pottery. Call Studio with questions (540) 364-2834. See further details at our website.
Kid's Craft Camp - Giant Dreamcatchers - La Verne, CA
Kid's Craft Camp: keeping your kiddos busy and learning with some fun yarn art! •Price per student: $25.00 includes supplies and snacks. •Kids 7-16 are welcome, we'll have simple projects as well as more complicated ones for the older ones. If your child is under 7, but capable of the craft being made them feel free to check with us (if they can tie their shoes than we'll have something they can do). •Please come in or call to reserve your spot by Sat. the 13th of Aug. so we can be prepared with supplies.
Spanish Immersion Camp: Wild and Wacky STEAM (Half Day) - Avenues New York
The half-day language immersion camp for nursery is a perfect introduction to Avenues unique teaching style, paired with the fun of summer. It will accommodate all levels of knowledge and experience in the target languages, serving as a bridge for incoming Avenues students and a learning opportunity for families who have been curious about immersion study. All families are invited to join our workshare on the last day of each session, which will showcase how much campers have accomplished and what a strong community they have built! Children must be fully toilet-trained and must have experienced separation prior to the start of camp. A Sample Day for Half-Day Immersion Camp: 8:45 a.m. Arrival and morning greeting 9:30 a.m. Daily project 10:00 a.m. Bathroom and snack 10:30 a.m. Roof 11:15 a.m. Arts and crafts 12:00 p.m. Dismissal * The daily schedule is subject to change. 646-664-0982
Late Start Freeride - Saturday - Infront of flag poles in Main Plaza
Late Start Registration - By invitation only. This registration DOES NOT include a Season Pass or lift ticket. Skiers and snowboarders with solid technical skills, interested in skiing mainly off-piste and advanced/expert terrain, looking to improve their riding in a fun, non-competitive environment. High emphasis on safety and decision-making, learning/reading the mountain, air/steeps, and technical skills. We like to hike if conditions allow, and we like to keep moving as a group. 360-663-3036
Spanish 6-9 year olds, Winter Fun Day Camp - Pusteblume International Preschool
Lets have some winter fun with arts and crafts, stories and singing - and, of course, lots of play. All instructions are in Spanish. Camp hours are from 9AM to 3PM, early drop off possible from 8:30AM on, aftercare available until 5:30PM at extra cost. 212 206 1137
R 8 Commanding Minecraft - Catch Air SS
Intro to Game and Level Design. Students will learn the basics of game and level design using Command Blocks in Minecraft! They will create their own adventure map and game in Minecraft. Great introduction to game design without having to learn a programming language. 770-455-1980
Art -Kindergarten, Winter Session - Adams Elementary
Discover your inner artist through drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, 3-D, and mixed media. Using clay, paint, marker, pencil, pastels, charcoal and other artist quality media, our curriculum includes animals, people, nature, still life, and landscapes, as well as the work of historical and local artists! 10 Classes: Jan 12, 19, 26: Feb 2, 9, 16, 23; Mar 1, 8, 22 805-570-1988