Summer Camps in Larned, KS
Grades: K - 12th This weeks theme "Red, White & Blue Week" Parents, is your child ready to have fun and make new friends this summer? If yes, then bring your child to the coolest hot spot in town. The Lacey Park Day Camp is full of fun activities for children grades K thru 6th. This is an outdoor recreation camp. Campers will learn about the benefits of being physically active; as well as, having a healthy lifestyle in the outdoors. Each week campers will engage in various group games, art projects, participate in a talent show and weekly field trips to the Hanford Teen Center, Hanford Plunge and the local Library. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. A weekly food menu will be provided at request. If your child has a particular taste, you may consider bringing a sack lunch for your child. The park in the summer is hot, please send your child to the park with a bottle of water and sunscreen. Staff will provide an igloo of cold water for refills. Please have your campers wear comfortable play clothes and tennis shoes. Campers will go to the Hanford...
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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...
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2016 Teen Lock-In! - Fairmont, NC
Grades 7-12 (Chaperones welcome but not required). Cost: $15 per person. Must submit registrations before January 13! Join us at Camp Grace for a movie-watching, game-playing, popcorn-eating, no-sleeping, loads-of-fun night! Dinner, breakfast, and all the popcorn and sodas you can consume are included! Contact the office at (910) 628-6326 to obtain a registration form by mail, e-mail, or fax, or to make other arrangements. You may also view the event flyer and registration by clicking the link below. Feel free to print the registration and send it in today! https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/62097041/teen%20lock-in%202016.pdf
CrossFit Apogee Teen Power Camp starts 6 October - Apollo Beach, FL
It's here. The CrossFit Apogee Teen Power Camp provides a fundamental fitness foundation for any high school student, scaled to anyone from first timers to high school athletes looking for structured off-season training or additional in-season work. The Teen Power Program will introduce athletes to bodyweight exercises, gymnastics, powerlifting and basic olympic weightlifting, all while under the supervision of a certified CrossFit instructor. Our program is designed to increase stamina, strength, power, endurance, coordination, balance, accuracy and flexibility in any person, all while in a team environment filled with positive people. Cost is $119 per month for children of Apogee members and $149 for children of non-Apogee members Class runs 330-430pm every Tuesday and Thursday. Interested? Contact us now at 813-677-1234 or email [email protected] to reserve your spot. Class will be limited to first 10 athletes so reserve your spot now!
Winter Camp: Karate Kid's Camp - Saint Peters, MO
Hey, Karate kids are you ready to learn the KARATE creed? Well come along to throw some snowballs and learn the snowman stance!! It’s going to be a Hip-Hop fun time learning all about how you can be an awesome CHOPPER!!! Campers must be 3-8 years old and bathroom independent. Camps are $25/day for Members and $30/day for Non-Members. Siblings get a 10% discount. Advance reservations required. Spaces are limited. Call 636-970-1220 to enroll and start your adventure!
Southern Region Teen Leadership Conference - Crossville, TN
The Southern Region 4-H Teen Leadership Conference (SLTRC) is scheduled for September 24-27, 2015, at the Clyde M. York 4-H Center in Crossville. This event is open to senior 4-H members (9-12 grade as of January 1, 2015). SLTRC is an outstanding opportunity to help youth develop leadership skills, citizenship skills and help them find opportunities to put those skills to use in their community. The registration fee for this conference is $180.00 which includes lodging, meals and a t-shirt.
Session 2: July 11- August 5 - Summit Schools
3-year olds (who are toilet trained) to children entering Kindergarten may enroll for morning preschool, available 5, 3, OR 2 days a week. A small class size of 16 students to 1 early childhood certified teacher and 1 trained associate enhances learning. The groundwork for early language, math and science skills is formed utilizing multi-sensory, child-centered activities. A unique phonics-based teaching system brings the alphabet to life, as it lays the foundation for reading. Each session is 4 weeks long - 5 day option: Monday-Friday - 3 day option: Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 2 day option: Tuesday, Thursday *Please consider sending your 4 or 5 year olds to our PreK kindergarten readiness Camps (see "2016 Summer Themed Camps" and look for PreK camps). These afternoon sessions are an opportunity for your 4 or 5 year old to prepare for a full day of school. These PreK themed camps offer a fun, engaging learning environment as we work on kindergarten readiness through different weekly themes. *Please note: Students age 4 and up who are registered for a morning and afternoon camp within the same week are invited to stay for FREE supervised lunch and recess between 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Students should... 319-294-2036
Dr. Who Camp - Ohlook Performing Arts Center
Are you a Whovian? Then this is the camp for you. Camp will combine stage crafts and techniques while reenacting some of your favorite Dr. Who episodes featuring some of the best Dr. Who bad guys and including of course, the Daleks. Build costumes, props and even create your own Dr. Who presentation for family and friends on the last day of camp. 817-421-2825
Cheer/Dance Camp Session I - Butterfield Elementary School
This upbeat camp will incorporate learning both cheerleading and dance skills. Designed for grades K-5, this camp focuses on the basics of jumping, tumbling, chants, motion technique, dancing, and more! The camp will include a final performance to showcase their routine for family and friends. This combination camp allows students the opportunity to learn about both cheerleading and dance while having fun with friends! *Performance on Friday at 2:30pm* GRADES Kindergarten - 5th LOCATION Butterfield School Gym at Butterfield Elementary School INSTRUCTOR Kirsten Groset
Lego NXT Mindstorm Robotics - The Chapel School
This exciting class teaches students how to build and program LEGO Mindstroms NXT Robots. Students will use their new skills to meet such challenges as maneuvering an obstacle course, pushing water bottles out of a ring and beating their opponents at the Sumo robots competition. This class will introduce the integration of software and hardware engineering, robotics motion, artificial intelligence and concepts such as loops, if/then statements, and sensor use. 9143373202.0
Woodworking - PM - Woodworking
Learn a new skill and develop a new hobby this summer! Each camper will have the opportunity to work with a variety of tools and materials and every boy will be provided personal guidance while working on two to three individual projects during this special one-week tutorial session. A variety of wood project ideas and wood species will be offered. Possible projects may include constructing a bookshelf, birdhouse, wooden clock, jigsaw puzzle and carving a bowl or candleholder on a wood lathe. Woodworking experience is not required, only a desire to learn new skills. This specialty camp came into being at the request of campers and parents and has limited enrollment available for instructional purposes. We have envisioned this workshop to have the following goals: 1. To provide a hands-on course that initiates the learning of a new skill during the summer and the development of a lifelong hobby. 2. To learn basic carpentry skills and the proper use of a variety of tools. 3. To encourage pride in ones work and craftsmanship through projects that a boy wants to take home. Cost: $295 (plus the later purchase of individual project wood) Staff: Andrew Reed, Head of the Middle School,... 301-365-4300