Summer Camps in Mammoth Spring, AR
This weeks theme is Ocean Commotion. Explore the mysteries of the deep as we dive under the waves. Sea what the comm-ocean is all about and cool down from the summer heat on an aquatic adventure where campers discover the ocean blue with games and projects inspired by the critters and creatures of our Blue World. Campers will enjoy social skills lessons on a variety of skills tailored to meet the needs of each camper. Throughout the day we incorporate social skills and practice opportunities while learning, playing, or working on cool ocean themed activities. 678-720-2177
Latest Review for Grove Point
My daughter loves the outdoor activities at this camp!
This Girl Scout Camp is nestled in nature’s paradise between meadows, woodlands and a beach area. My 11 year old daughter loves to participate in archery, swimming, kayaking, crafts, boating and hiking. She has developed a love for nature along with improved social skills. She plans to attend this summer camp again next year.... Read More...
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FL Kids Camp - Melrose, FL
Theme: "Giving" Verse: "God loves a cheerful giver." 2 Corinthians 9:7 Where: Lake Swan Camp 647 State Road 26 Melrose, FL 32666 Who: 1st - 5th Grade children (grade just COMPLETED) OR 6 years old by August 31, 2016 Bible Contest: The Gospel of St Luke Cost: $100/child, $80 each additional, $20 late fee for late registration Registration: www.flkidscamp.org Deadline: Regular registration ends December 5 at midnight. Late registration closes December 12 at midnight Servants: Must have completed high school AND either serve with children in their home Church OR have served at kids camp before Servant Cost: $75
Team Alexander Athletics Wildcats 2nd Annual Summer Basketball Camp -
This Basketball Camp will be held in July For Ages: 8-14 Girls & Boys All Skill Levels are Welcome From July 7 - 9, 2016 ABOUT CAMP: * $75 dollars per camper * 9 am - 3 pm (Each Day) * Come out in enjoy four full days filled with basketball games, contests, and fun! * Lunch Provided * Guest Speakers *Family Barbecue T.A.A. Camp Guest Speakers T.B.A Phone (RSVP): 720.253.7078 (Coach Alexander) Website: http://www.taathletics.org Email: [email protected]
Teen Leadership Camp - Ringgold, LA
Available for 9th - 12th graders, camp fee is $85.
Kid's Paint Camp - Mendon, NY
Join me for Kid's Paint Camp at Studiomove this Friday October 9 from 9:30-12. We'll paint "Moonlight Meow". $35/ person . Bring payment on day of camp. I'll provide materials to paint, light snack, and outdoor time. Kid's bring their fun and creativity. Space limited. RSVP necessary. Contact Nora Gelb to RSVP or if you have any questions. 330-3929 or [email protected] or sign up on Studiomove.org website under Kids Paint Camp Kid's Paint Camp also available on Monday October 12 from 9:30-12. "Anchor" theme. $35/ person.
Weekly Wilderness Skills Youth Camp 12 and Ups - Indianapolis, IN
This is one of our greatest opportunities at White Pine. Participants recieve on-going mentorship in complex wilderness survival skills, tracking, and awareness. We are an aboriginal skills school. We teach these skills within an ethnohistorical context. Our intention is to deepen each persons relationship with their environment, their ancestry, their community and themselves. All this within the context of "the invisible school" a mentorship model that disguises curriculum in games, stories, and spontanious nature learning. Cost is $35.
Aquatic Addresses AM - Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
Splish! Splash! What kinds of animals live in the wet? Join us as we explore puddles, lakes, rivers and oceans. Design whale outfits and create tadpoles that become frogs. Get your bathing suits ready because its going to be a wet ride! 919-962-1236
Algebra Readiness Camp 2016 - Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School
In the Algebra Readiness Camp, students will improve their division, multiplication, addition and subtraction skills working with whole numbers, decimals and fractions to prepare for high school math. In this course, students strengthen their quantitative foundation, critical thinking and problem solving skills while boosting their confidence and readiness to start the new year. This camp is strongly recommended for incoming 9th graders who were placed in Algebra 1. 510-523-1526
Pottery Camp w/Painting Studio, Ages 8-12 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Pottery Program 9:30am to 5pm Pottery Camp with Painting Studio Session III: July 25 to August 5 Pottery Camp This camp is for children who are interested specifically in working with clay to create pottery, sculpture, and more. Campers are grouped in age-specific classes (6 to 8, and 9 to 12). Campers will have the opportunity to use the Museums diverse collection of Native American pottery as inspiration. Much of the work created in Pottery Camp will be kiln fired, some will be functional, some will be decorative, and all of it will be treasured for years to come. Much of this artwork will be displayed at the receptions in Leir Hall at the end of each session. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.48.07 AM  Painting Studio For our aspiring painters, this elective will provide instruction on foundation painting techniques while using acrylic and tempera paints, watercolors, pastels, and more! Landscapes, portraits, still life objects, and paintings from MAMs permanent collection will inspire students. Campers will bring home unique paintings full of personal expression that are sure be treasured. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.36.31 AM  AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Ceramics Studio at The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
Music Around The World Camp - Palisades
Calling all musical adventurers! Explore different countries by listening to music they make! Make your own instruments and learn about different cultures. Music is the universal language and we have a lot of exploring to do! Before care 7-9a @ $25 week AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION PAL Willamette Room at Palisades INSTRUCTOR RMC Studios
Saltwater Fishing WK5 PM - Eckerd College
There are multiple ways to enjoy saltwater fishing and children in this beginning level class will be introduced to many of them. Participants will fish from powerboats as well as from local fishing piers and seawalls. They will be taught how to identify different types of fish, how and where to catch them, and what types of bait and tackle to use. All equipment and bait is provided, but all fish caught will be released. The goal is not to bring home dinner, but to enjoy the sport! 727-864-8288