Summer Camps in Liberal, KS
Our mission is to provide a safe, peaceful and harmonious environment where campers can spend time with their friends while creating new ones. Summer Rec Camp consists of six weekly programs that run Monday to Friday (8:00 am to 4:00 pm). The Full Time program has a field trip every Tuesday and Thursday. Lunch, snacks and drinks must be provided by the parents/guardians. Outdoor activities and field trips are subject to the weather. Rain dates have been planned for appropriate trips. A camp tee shirt will be provided and must be worn on all field trips as well as to the beach. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All fees must be paid prior to the first day of camp. Cancellation of any weeks must be done two full weeks in advance, in writing, in order to be considered for a refund. Please, do not send food that contains peanut butter. We can have campers who are severely allergic so this will need to be monitored. Campers must be signed in when dropped off at 8:00 am and signed out when picked up at 4:00 pm. Before and after care is available but you must pre-register. A $25 fee will be charged to your...
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My girls love Camp Wayfarer and we go every year. It is an action packed camp for both girls and boys. They really cater to families, too. My girls really love the dance activities, but they also learned a lot in the environmental and marine biology portions. They rode horses, learned a lot about the performing arts, they learned tennis this year and next year they want to get more into golf. They can’t stop talking about the fun times and the great counselors and... Read More...
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Youth Winter camp - undefined, CA
Free to the 15 youth that sign up EYM Youth Outreach & Generation Push Center Winter Camp at Pondo Feb 5-7 2016 all youth will get pick up and drop off at inglewood office to go to camp We will be giving away scholarships to SELECTED Middle school/high school student to camp Send all payments and donation to 502 s La brea #B Inglewood ca 90301 Call GenerationPushCenter at 424-732-3182 or 424-351-5282 email [email protected]
Kids' Christmas Camp - Gainesville, GA
Children will play reindeer games, make Christmas crafts/gifts and enjoy yummy treats at this fun, Christmas camp for kids! Cost is $50 per child for the week and includes crafting supplies, snacks, and fun! Please contact Gin at [email protected] with any questions or register your child at http://www.fbcgainesville.org/fm/events/detail/id/818/
OJ90 - 90th Summer Celebration for Camp Ojibwa for Boys - Wheeling, IL
OJ90. The 90th Summer Celebration for Camp Ojibwa for Boys will be the largest gathering of the Camp Ojibwa family ever. Stay tuned here for updates as the party approaches. Feel free to pass along this invitation to anyone who would want to come join us and celebrate Camp Ojibwa!
Book Talk and Signing of "Summer Resorts & Kid's Camps" - Vassalboro,
Starting at 6pm Dale Potter-Clark will discuss the process and research that led to the writing of "The Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts and Kids' Camps on Four Lakes in Central Maine". There will be time for Q&A followed by book signings. Books will be available for sale following the talk.
Teen Code Camp - Saint John, WA
Learn Computer Science and interactive electronics with Arduino Platform during this free coding camp. Teens grade 6 and up learn basic coding skills to perform 6 LED light sequence experiments. Space is limited, please pre-register by Dec. 16. Call 648-3319 for more information.
European Adventure - West Linn Lutheran Church
Welcome to the first week of Camp Kensington where we will be exploring the best of Europe! Where will we stop along the way? England for a beautiful cream tea (scones made by the campers) a royal visit, a game of cricket, badger baddies and the science of gravity (thanks Isaac Newton). Each day well be exploring a different country where we will make some arts and crafts, practice a sport or two, conduct a few science experiments, learn some language and have a blast! 503 764 7701
03 Spring Volleyball Camp 1 Ages 6-9 - Middle School
Practice and learn how to serve, spike, set, bump etc. This camp will help prepare you to really improve you game and move up the ladder of success! Enter the Middle School through door #34 and proceed to the gym. In order to register for this activity, you must first click to open the participation waiver and then place your initials in the left box to confirm that you read and agree. You must also read the Parent/Athlete concussion agreement in the text and check the box underneath to provide confirmation that you have read, understand and agree to the new concussion information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Parent/Guardian must initial for anyone under 18 years old. Permission is granted for my son/daughter to participate in the above activity as conducted by agreement with the South Milwaukee Recreation Department. I understand that neither the South Milwaukee School Board nor the South Milwaukee Recreation Department assumes liability f or payment of medical-hospital expenses which may be incurred by myself or the person on this form while participating in any activity, but said liability will be assumed by me for the duration of the activity. If a health condition exists which...
Golf Academy Week 6 (Mon-Fri 9 AM to 3 PM) - Lindero Country Club
The Golf Academy with PGA instruction has been designed for serious golfers with some prior knowledge and exposure to the game. Academy golfers are required to know the game of golf, golf rules and etiquette and preferably provide their own equipment. Academy kids will undertake a more advanced schedule, with golf play throughout the week. To charge to your LCC Member/HOA Account, please contact the pro shop at (818) 889-1158. 818-889-1158 x107
Age 7-9, Session 05 - LMSS - A
These 1 or 2 week sessions provide first time sailors aged 7-9 with the basics of sailing in a fun, safe and encouraging environment. Sailors will be using Prams, which are ideal for 2-3 sailors in 1 boat. Students will be taught the points of sail, basics of sailing upwind, downwind and between 2 points, along with sail trim, knot tying and general seamanship. Graduation takes place at the conclusion of each session, and parents are encouraged to come visit the Island and see their young sailors in action. 9524041645.0
Reading for 9th Grade - Seattle Preparatory School
This course is designed to improve reading ability in comprehension, speed, and vocabulary. The required summer reading book from the appropriate grade level will be the text. Students will have the opportunity to take the summer reading assessment at the end of the course. They will not have to take the assessment in the fall. Taught by Mr. Chris Kiehn. Reading for 9th Grade is open to students who will be a freshman at Seattle Prep in the 2016-2017 school year. 2063240400.0