Summer Camps in Malta, MT
BlackRock offers 5 days chock full of fun sampling all the art forms: visual art, music, dance and theater. Spend your days off during MCPS Spring Break painting, singing, learning a new dance and creating characters for the stage. Enroll in this class if you only want to join us for part of the week. Each day will have a different theme and culminate in a sharing of student work for family and friends. CLASSES * Spring Break Camp-Daily  * Spring Break Camp-Daily  * Spring Break Camp-Daily  * Spring Break Camp-Daily  * Spring Break Camp-Daily 
Latest Review for Philmont Scout Ranch BSA
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Teen Girls Code Camp - Boise, ID
Coding affects more of our lives than you can even imagine. Sign up for our Teen Girls Code Camp to learn the basics of coding and all the different ways you can use it to take control of your world! Sign up today at http://bit.ly/28L16ZG
Teen Yoga Camp - Bryan, TX
Meeting Monday-Friday, 1-5p, the student will get TWO yoga classes each day, Vinyasa and Restorative. We will also have time to create different elements/crafts that will help the student continue this practice after the camp is finished. We will make journals, mala beads, eye pillows, and they will learn to blend tea and make their own blend to take home. The price also includes 3 additional weeks of unlimited yoga. Our desire with this program is to offer an avenue for the youth in our community to learn how to quiet their mind and to build self-awareness. Studies have shown learning these basic human fundamentals help increase tests scores, better decision making, improved communication skills.
Coats for Kids 2015 Campaign
Join us as we collect NEW Coats for Kids and cover the end zone of Joan C. Edwards Football Stadium! We will be collecting coats all through the months of October and November. Drop your NEW coat off today, at the designated Goodwill locations (Virginia Avenue, 9th Avenue, Lavalette, Milton & Barboursville) or at the Marshall home games on 10/24 and 11/14. Donate a NEW coat for the campaign and be entered in a drawing for: 4 chairback seats to the Marshall vs. FIU game on 11/14 & an on-field experience at the game. All of the coats that are collected will be given (FREE of charge) to local children. Help us keep our youngest Herd fans warm this winter and make your donation today! #CoatsforKids
Anti Bully Kid Power Self Defense Camp! - Santa Barbara, CA
Two-Day Summer Camp for Children 5 to 13 years old on June 16th and 18th 9:30am to 11:30am. Space is limited to 15, enroll your child by May 29th to secure their space. Price is $99 for this Mind and Body Anti Bully Self Defense empowerment program. We will empower the children with boundary setting tools, both mentally and physically, greater awareness of potential dangers and inappropriate behaviors, 'power words' to use to show confidence, usage of important resources to feel secure (sharing fears/discomfort with teachers, parents and trusted adults to receive assistance). Protective tools against cyber-bullying (phones, social media, e-mails etc.) to apply to feel safer. Call Teri at 805-252-9099 or e-mail at [email protected]
2016 Camp KidJam: Current 2nd - 4th Graders
We just reserved our spots for Creek kids! Parents, mark your calendar for next summer and start saving. Camp is an awesome birthday or Christmas gift! Registration will open in February. Summer camp. It’s a chance for your kids to… get away from home make new friends get messy stay up late and have some fun. Right? Well, yes. And no. Because there’s a lot more to summer camp than fun and games. A week of summer camp can impact your kid’s faith like nothing else can. For a whole week, Your kids will go on a journey with God. They’ll hear life-changing truths. They’ll worship. They’ll talk about it together. They’ll build better friendships. And they’ll connect with an adult – their small group leader – who will personally invest in them. And, yeah, they’ll have some fun, too. Summer camp is where memories are made. The kind of memories that can shape a kid’s faith, and will stick with them long after the week is over. Summer camp matters. And it’s right around the corner.
Girls Just Want to Have Fun Quest - Carolina Day School
Are you a girl that wants to spend a week having fun? If so, this is the camp for you. You will do all things girly and glamorous! You will create art using everything from pink fur to rhinestones. The week will include making girly crafts and jewelry and having a spa day. Well even have a dance party! Leader: Patty Baer 828-274-0757
Focus on Reading with Readers Theater - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
For rising 4th- 6th grade students We can have fun AND learn as we bring words to life through dramatic play! Campers will enhance reading fluency by writing and participating in a drama together. Come join us as we learn to understand language and express ourselves through the written word. Instructors: Alison Garibaldi, SDS 3rd grade teacher & Ellen Nance, SDS 4th grade teacher 901-435-5843
Explorer 1 - Camp Nawakwa
This week is an introduction to Adventure Camps at Camp Nawakwa. Learn the basics of life in the outdoors. Sleeping under the stars for a night, taking a ½ day hike, and learning outdoor safety. Explorer 1 is the first step to more advanced Survivor Camps. As always youll be participating in traditional camp activities, such as arts & crafts, archery, swimming, climbing tower, campfire programs, plus much more. 9099825400.0
Greenacres - Greenacres
Greenacres Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation established in 1988 by Louis and Louise Nippert. The Nipperts purchased Greenacres Farm in 1949 and wanted to preserve the land for the education and enjoyment of future generations. Greenacres Foundation mission is: - To preserve for the public an area reflecting the traditional environment of Indian Hill and its historical significance by preserving Greenacres in its current state of woodland and farmland. - To encourage conservation and appreciation of nature by providing the public, particularly children, opportunities to study plant and animal life in their natural settings. - To encourage appreciation of music and culture by providing facilities and an atmosphere that will encourage artists to display their talents for all age groups. 513-891-4227
Wildcat Golf Academy - Commuter - University Club of Kentucky Golf Course
TYPICAL DAILY SCHEDULE • Breakfast • Skill Instruction Rotations • Lunch • Intramural Competitions • Play Golf • Dinner • Evening Activities (Player/Coaches Panel, Rules, Gattitown, Swim, etc...) • Lights Out 859-257-5276