Summer Camps in Lubbock, TX
Get ready for a building quest that will take you on exciting missions around the globe! Encounter worst case scenario survival brick challenges in the snowy Norwegian forest aboard Svens sleigh. Venture to Queen Elsas secluded brick ice castle. Explore far away kingdoms as your favorite brick knight for resources needed to construct a base camp to complete your quest. Build a lava launcher to defeat the evil jester. Do you have what it takes to go on an extreme explorer quest? AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION OCC Community Room C at Olathe Community Center
Latest Review for Camp Jeanne d'Arc
Awesome Camp for Girls
I went to CJDA every summer growing up, and now my girls attend every summer. I love it because they’re learning how to interact with other girls. With all of the back-biting and bullying you hear about in schools nowadays, I believe that CJDA works to counteract that. Girls at this camp learn to love and appreciate other girls. They learn to work together, have fun together and they learn to appreciate each other. I could not have asked for a better camp experience and... Read More...
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Yosemite Badger Youth Sports Camp - Oakhurst, CA
Yosemite Badger Youth Sports Camp is coming up once again this summer. Save the dates so that your kids can have a fun time participating. We'll have games, sports fundamentals, lunch, camp shirt and getting to know the Badger athletic coaches and staff.
Camping With The Blues - Brooksville, FL
Join us for an incredible weekend of Blues Music at The Sertoma Youth Ranch Oct. 23-25, 2015. Check in early on Friday.....and camping is thru Monday at 1pm.
Kid's Camp Day - Clackamas, OR
Join us on April 9 from 11am - 2pm at the Clackamas REI for the Kid's Camp Day. Fun to be had with Camp Games, wood cookie creation, REI hosted campfire sessions on different aspects of camping, and a drawing for a free week of camp for any new families! Bring your friends and introduce them to the joys of camping at YMCA Camp Collins.
CBMM’s Kids Club summer camps for 6-7 Year Olds - Saint Michaels, MD
Beginning June 20 and continuing through July 29, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering its week-long, half day Kids Camps, which bring age-appropriate Chesapeake-themed camps for children 4-7 years of age. Led by a CBMM educator, young Kids Club campers explore the magic of the Chesapeake Bay’s people, animals, and watercraft through fun and interactive activities, stories, games, and crafts. CBMM’s summer camps for children 4-5 years of age are offered during the weeks of June 20, July 4, and July 18; camps for children 6-7 years of age are offered the weeks of June 27, July 11, and July 25. Daily camps take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., with campers meeting at CBMM’s Dorchester House and exploring the museum’s 18-acre campus and numerous exhibition buildings as part of the program. Participation is limited, with camps filling fast and pre-registration required. The cost for the week-long camp is $125 for CBMM members, or $150 for non-members, with scholarships available. For more information, visit www.cbmm.org/learn/kids-club/ or contact Allison Speight at 410-745-4941 or [email protected] to register.
Teen Leadership Training Retreat 2016 - Penn Yan, NY
Join Jewish community teens from Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, and Ithaca for an amazing weekend of Low Ropes, Sports, Leadership Training programs, and a huge Saturday Night Carnival! Open to all 8th-12th graders in the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, and Ithaca Jewish communities. $18 registration fee will be donated to a charitable organization chosen by teen participants. Generous underwriting provided by the Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation. To register, contact your community organizer (membership/affiliation/prior participation from organizer's agency is not required): BUFFALO - Melissa Schreiber, Buffalo Bureau of Jewish Education, [email protected] ROCHESTER - Rich Gordon, Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, [email protected] Online registration available at http://www.jewishrochester.org/teens. SYRACUSE - Lauren Rosenstein, Temple Concord, [email protected] ALBANY - Ruth Malka, Mifgash Jewish Community High School, [email protected] ITHACA - Rabbi Suzanne Brody, Temple Beth-El, [email protected]
Best of 2015 - Full Day - Science Fun Lab
Full Day 9:30am – 4:30pm The parents and campers have spoken! 2015 was packed full of some amazing experiments and helped to build phenomenal memories. Did your camper miss out on an incredible camp? Maybe you were on vacation and couldnt attend? Maybe your camper just had SO much fun theyre begging to have one last hurrah (hopefully this is the reason)! Well, weve taken the most popular experiments from all of our 2015 Camps and combined them into one final camp. We could only think of one name for this camp … Best of 2015 Science Camp! 9194605800.0
Jr. Scientist 7/18 - Open Door Church
Every mature scientist started out as a Jr. Scientist. This camp was developed with fun and excitement for the developing mind of the 6-8 year old. Amazing activities such as Wurmz and Dirt, Super Bouncing Balls, Driving Submarines, Wacky Window Paint and more foster hands-on, minds-on learning experiences for these big scientist want-to-bes. Your Jr. Scientist will not want to miss this camp! 919-847-7625
KIDS for the BAY - KIDS for the BAY
For the past 23 Years KIDS for the BAY (KftB) has taught hands-on, environmental science to children and teachers in elementary schools throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. At KIDS for the BAY we implement effective, on-going environmental education programs for elementary school communities and promote active, hands-on restoration of local habitats. We also run a fun and engaging outdoor environmental science Summer Camp for children age 5 - 14 years. 510-985-1602
Week 2 (K-1) Three Bears in Space - iSPACE
Join our three space bears, Gemini, Mercury and Apollo as they explore the wonders of our Universe and space exploration. Theyll help campers create their own constellation, probe into planetary science, train like an astronaut, test and design B.E.A.R. (Bear Egress And Recovery) parachutes and celebrate with campers as they launch their own rocket! 513-612-5786