Summer Camps in Lawrenceville, IL
Clash of the Heroes Super heroes will go through trials, obstacles and traps using the Ev3 intelligent Brick from LEGO. Students are encouraged to brainstorm in order to find creative solutions to problems and then develop them through a process of selecting, building, testing and evaluations. Children who attend an Ev3 workshop over the summer are eligible to participate in our e3 METALS™ Competition. July 25 – 29 1:00 – 4:00 PM 3364930403.0
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What this camp might lack in 5 star hotel lodging they more than make up for in personal attention to campers. They remember every camper by name, send them birthday cards, and make sure each one is recognized as a VERY special person. They have been doing this for 35 years with an impeccable safety record. They are even an international training center for emergency preparedness. I have never met a camper that didnt come home wanting to return immediately. I know... Read More...
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Fimbulwinter Games IV - Columbus, IN
We invite you to help shake off the deep winter doldrums by joining us for a fantastical event for the dicer, strategist, gamer, and lover of shiny things in all of us! Fimbulwinter might be kept at bay if we show how much we enjoy each others' company while we play and make merry all through the wintery day and into the night! Classes for period games will be taught throughout the day, and yes, we are looking for folks to teach their favorite period dice, bone, board, card, chance,and other games! The Cuil Cholium Game Library will be present, with multiple boards for Nine, Six, and Three Man Morris, Checkers, Chess, Mancala,etc as well as binders with rules and instructions for all these games and more.
Winter Break Kids Camp! - Moncks Corner, SC
Winter Break is near! Make sure your kids have some fun while you're working! Click here to register: goo.gl/l01T8i
16:15 Youth Basketball Camp | 4th Annual - Stanton, MI
The 16:15 Youth Basketball Camp @ Trinity Church is BACK! Entering into the 4th year, with over 150 campers last year, we expect it to get huge this year!! Here are the dates and details. How Much? FREE When is it? June 20-23, 6-8 p.m. each evening Where is it? Trinity Church (outdoors venues) 415 N. Mill St, Stanton MI 48888 What is the camp about? The camp is a faith based camp teaching campers basketball skills and about Jesus Christ. This year's theme is "GOD's TEAM". What does each night look like? Each evening, 2nd-6th grade campers will spend time rotating between 8 different skill set stations. K-1st grade campers have their own special court with age appropriate skills and crafts. Who can come? This year's camp is for K-6th grade students. Where do I sign up? You can sign up here on facebook, at BlastOff at the Central Montcalm UE, or at Trinity Church with DownTown Ministries and Pastor Mark Edwards. How do I sign my camper up? There will be a REGISTRATION FORM that will be up for download. You will be able to...
Teen Workshop Winter Sewing Camp - Jenkintown, PA
$100, for ages 15-19. 4-6pm, Monday-Friday, Dec. 26-30. This is a project based machine sewing workshop. New to sewing or need help with a project? We teach you the basics for learning to sew and you will complete a few projects. This is also good for those familiar with a sewing machine and want to build their skills. Students bring their own pattern, fabric, threads, etc. Pre-registration required.
Exchange Youth Camp #Ngvdmop - Sonora, CA
ALL Youth! On behalf of the District Youth Board, we greet you in the name of Jesus Christ! We pray and hope that you and your youth group are well and blessed. Camp is around the corner and we are excited about it! This year’s theme is “EXCHANGE.” We have felt God tug at our hearts and steer us in this direction with this theme in mind. When the Apostle Paul received his calling from God, he wrote “… for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and count them as rubbish, that I may gain Christ” (Philippians 3:8, NKJV). An exchange occurred in his life. He left behind knowledge, position, and commodities to live his life for Christ. Our goal for this year’s youth camp is for young people to understand that in every EXCHANGE, something must be given up in order for something to be gained; and our ultimate goal is to gain Christ.
2610PM: Raspberry Pi Programming & Drone Programming - NextGen Tech Learning
Raspberry Pi is much more than a low cost, credit-card sized computer, It has the ability to interact with the outside world via GPIO pins, and is being used in a wide array of digital projects, from weather stations to all the way to IoT connected devices. In this camp, students will be introduced to the exciting world of Raspberry Pi. They will learn different elements of Raspberry Pi and how to program them. Students will explore how Raspberry Pi is used for Automation and Robotics using different sensors. Students will also learn about the Drones in this camp and how to program a drone. 925-659-8000
CMS Soccer Camps - CMS Soccer Camps
Open to all high school players interested in playing soccer at the college level. Our hope is that by the end you have a better understanding of what it takes to be a college level student-athlete. Schedule: 8:30am Check-in 9:00-11:00am Field session at Pomona-Pitzer 11:00-12:00pm Info Session 12:00-1:00pm Lunch 1:00-2:00pm Campus Tour 2:30-4:30pm Field Session at CMS 4:30-5:00pm Q and A with coaches 909-607-9069
Week 2 PM - Bic Blasting Adventures - NESS
This class is for those sailors who want to go blasting around with other know how to sailors in these fun and fast boats. The Open Bic is a fast easy to rig boat that looks and feels completely different than the Opti. This is the perfect class to join other students who already know how to sail and who want to try a different type of boat. 860-535-9362
Week 5 AM - Fishing - NESS
Summer is the best time of year for fishing, but you need the knowledge of fish habits to help narrow down the best fishing areas by boat and from shore. Open to both experienced and new anglers. Learn the basics of a variety of styles of fishing including rod and reel trolling, bottom fishing, fly fishing, clamming and lobster fishing. Students will also learn about tying knots, baiting hooks, cleaning gear, and practicing fishing safety. Become more aware of local fisheries and fishing impacts. We practice catch and release only. Students should bring their own fishing rods and tackle ready for use. Some NESS rods are available and bait will be provided, please call to inquire. 860-535-9362