Summer Camps in Linn County, KS
Camp will meet from Noon-5:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; and at 7:00-5:30pm on Friday. Activities will include: arts and crafts, passive games,educational games, group activity games, sports, strength and conditioning, rhythms, and free play. There will be swimming from 4:00-5:00pm in the Middle School pool. Activities will be geared for children 5-12 years of age. Bring a snack, swim suit and towel. Campers should report to the HS cafeteria and enter door #29 on days that camp starts at Noon. Campers will be escorted to the MS Gym after lunch by camp counselors. When camp begins at 7:00 am campers should report to the Middle School Gym and enter through door #36. 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...
Linn County, KS Summer Camps
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Most summer camps ask that parents do not tip the staff. A simple thank you is more than enough. If families do want to thank the organization, it is generally recommended that they donate directly to the organization rather than hand money or gifts to the staff. Many programs will have ways for parents to be involved during the year: community service and fundraising events are common. Additionally, parents can write testimonials for other families considering the summer camp. Children who connected with the program’s staff can always write letters and even use social networking websites like Facebook to stay...
Teen Yoga Camp (ages 15 - 18) - Garden City, ID
The beauty of yoga is self discovery. The best time for that is now! Introducing a new Teen Yoga Camp at Essential Hot Yoga Glennwood location. It is often said by yoga students, "I wish I would have found yoga much younger". Yoga gently opens up the body and the mind for greater self love and compassion. The teen years can be very confusing with many physical changes resulting in emotional and mental stress. The connection of body and mind through the practice of yoga has been shown to benefit children greatly and provide a path for self regulation as they transition into young adults. In this special Teen Yoga Camp your child will have the opportunity to chat with other teens about issues surrounding their life. Meghan is a recent college graduate and Yoga Teacher who understands the struggles of the teen age years. Experience a posture lab and learn correct alignment and take a Essential Hot Yoga class with music and low heat! This workshop will fill up quickly. Pre-registration is required. $95.00 total, space is limited. Schedule Sunday July 24th - Thursday July 28th 2 PM...
SJCP Summer Camp 2016 - Mitchell, IN
Our annual summer camp for youth going into 4th grade through College Freshman in the Fall. There will be fellowship, prayer, teaching, singing, games, a climbing wall and zip-line, refreshing pool and water slide, pickup soccer, football, frisbee, basketball, and volleyball games, and a talent/no talent show - all in beautiful Southern Indiana! It will be a week filled with wonder, and one you won't soon forget - don't miss it for the World! For more details, and to register, visit https://www.saintjohnscamp.org/ The date is now officially set for July 24th - 30th! Save the date and look for registration to open early 2016!
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CentriKid Children's Camp - Milpitas, CA
LINKS IN DESCRIPTION! CentriKid is 5 days of unbelievable fun, friends, food, and crazy activities in an amazing safe environment at Jenness Park (near Sonora). Make plans to send your 3rd through 5th grader with us! WHEN: July 5-July 9 (Meet at PVBC at 9am on July 5th. Pick up students at PVBC mid to late afternoon July 9th.) WHERE: Jenness Park COST: $340 PACKING LIST BELOW PARENT MEETINGS (choose one) Sunday, June 5th @ 12:30pm Monday, June 6th @ 7pm Get your forms notarized! We'll have info and refreshments for you! STEPS TO GO TO CAMP: 1.Fill out online form at bit.ly/registercentrikid 2. Print and fill out the CentriKid form at bit.ly/centrikidform 3. Have each CentriKid Form notarized (IMPORTANT) 5. Print and fill out both pages of the PVBC waiver at bit.ly/pvbcform (Does NOT need to be notarized.) 6. Make a copy of student’s medical insurance card 7. Cost is $330 per student. If you need a partial or full scholarship, please let Pastor Michael know. Write check for full amount (or remaining balance after scholarship) to PVBC. 8. Mail or bring BOTH completed forms, copy of insurance card, and check to PVBC 875 S. Park Victoria Dr., Milpitas CA 95035 WHAT TO BRING: Sleeping bag / bed linens (whichever you prefer) Blanket and pillow Towel for showering 6 days worth...
Kid's Class- Little Reindeer - East Windsor, CT
Come and paint with us! Kids' Paint Class uses smaller canvases (8x10) & shorter sessions. Kids Paint Party are ideal for kids, teens & the whole family! Grab your family and join us for a fun afternoon out!! All proceeds from our paint nights and paintings benefit the therapeutic youth program at our art center. When you purchase one of our pieces or attend a paint social, not only will you be gaining a painting and experience, you'll be supporting a wonderful cause. Thank you for your support! 8x10 canvas for $15 16x20 canvas for $25
Aqua Camp After-Camp Care Spring Break - Albany Aquatic Center
After-Camp care will be available from 4:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon after Aqua Camp ends. Participants will be treated to more activities, crafts and games until they are picked up. There will be time for snack so please pack your child with additional food. Parents or guardians with proper documentation are free to pick their children up before 5:00pm. Participants must bring an extra snack to class daily. CLASS TYPE Aqua Camp (Ages 6-12)
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
The Wallis bring audiences world-class theater, dance and music, performed by many of the worlds most talented and sought- after artists. Invertigo Dance Theatre collaborates with a network of choreographers, theatre companies, musical ensembles, social service agencies, education programs and design artists to promote physical and artistic empowerment. 310-246-3800
USF Girls June Residential Camp-Field Players - USF Soccer Facilities
The USF June Residential Training Camp for field players offered at USF is designed to improve players both on and off the field. The program for ages 9-12 will run separately from the program for ages 13-18. Day training sessions are designed for speed and agility and improving players technique, tactical awareness on both offense and defense. The evenings consist of matches and tournament play. The USF June Residential Training Camp Program also includes: On-Campus Air-Conditioned Dorms Gourmet Dining Facility with all you can eat buffet style meals Outdoor & Indoor Pool College Recruiting Seminar Competitive Camp Leagues/Tournament Speed and Agility Training Written Evaluations Team Camp for High School or Club Teams with Team Discounts Available 4082393833.0
Boys Will Be Boys Camp.S1 (Ages: 5-12) - Savoy Recreation Center
This awesome camp is for BOYS ONLY! We will include all the fun stuff that boys love to do. Come play a little ball and get dirty! Included in this camp is a fishing trip to Colbert Park ( fishing poles and bait are included in fee ). So lets get dirty and be a boy! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Registration Deadline: June 6 LOCATION SRC: Activity Room
2nd Session - Current Event - YSCP
Instructor: Ms. Hope Students will read/discuss about current event and will write their summary about various event. then they will share their writing with their friends in the club! 8142379727.0