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Summer Camps in Manti, UT

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: DISCOVERY - FUSED GLASS! - Notre Dame Academy
By learning to fuse and slump glass, participants will create their own unique "works of art," such as sun catchers, picture frames and more! Come join us and release your "inner artist! A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE THE STUDENT ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK ON MONDAY JUNE 29TH AT 6:00 PM, IN ALUMNAE HALL AT NDA. ARTWORK CAN BE TAKEN HOME AFTER THE SHOW. 419-475-9359 x1008

Latest Review for Makemie Woods Camp

Nurturing environment
Makemie Woods is a wonderful place for kids to learn new things, meet new friends and become a part of a "family." The program has had consistent leadership for over 20 years- unsual for progams like this. Quality staff provide great role models. Both of my boys attended and had a wonderful time. Many of the staff over the years started as campers. All one has to do is attend a closing campfire to realize that this is a special... Read More...


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CONEJO VALLEY YOUTH NFL SKILLS CAMP!!! - Newbury Park High School
COME LEARN FROM THE PRO'S. ! ALL COACHES ARE FORMER OR CURRENT NFL/COLLEGE PLAYERS.. THIS CAMP IS FOR AGES 7-18 YEARS OLD.. ALL CAMPERS WILL GET DRI-FIT SHIRT,SHORTS & LUNCH PROVIDED BY KEYSHAWN JOHNSON'S PANERA BREAD.. CAMP WILL FEATURE POSITION DRILLS, LEADERSHIP & GOAL SETTING, HEALTHY EATING, IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL AND SPORTSMANSHIP.... PLEASE REGISTER @ WWW.THEPROWAYTRAINING.COM.... FOR MORE INFO EMAIL: [email protected] OR CALL 909-452-9462..

Toddler Boot Camp: 'I'm a Big Kid Now' - Battle Creek, MI
Youngsters and their families will enjoy stories, crafts, songs, and surprises at Toddler Boot Camp. This themed four-week story time is geared to children 1-5 years old to encourage them to transition from the baby stages to a big kid. Stories and songs such as "Bye Bye Binky," " No More Diapers," and "No More Monsters," will be shared to make transitioning for parent and child a fun experience.

Summer Youth Camp - Graham Regional Theatre - Graham, TX
Graham Regional Theatre is excited to hold their first ever summer camp for aspiring actors! Classes and rehearsals will be at The Perry (521 Elm Street) where we will work on singing, dancing, and staging for our musical, Seussical, Jr.! All roles will be played by campers ages 18 and under. Included in the cost of camp is: Theatre, vocal, and movement instruction by theatre professionals and GRT veteran performers. Camp t-shirt Script for Seussical, Jr. Costuming for Seussical, Jr. 2 comp tickets for either performance Ages: Completed 2nd - 12th grades Camp Dates: June 13 - 17, 2016 Auditions: Sunday, June 5, 2016 @ 2 pm - Any camper interested in a leading role should come prepared to sing 16 bars of a musical theatre song. Camp Hours: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm (grades 3 - 5) 8:30 am - 3:30 pm (grades 6 - 12) Showtimes: Friday, June 17th - 7 pm & Saturday, June 18th - 7 pm Cost: $125 - Register by Friday, March 11th for discounted rate of $100

Winter Camp at Kid Ventures - San Diego, CA
Spend your days off of school at Kid Ventures! Our Winter Camp includes daily activities, structured games, special crafts, and tons of fun with friends! We offer full day camp ( 9 am - 3 pm) and half day (9 am - 1 pm). Kid Ventures Members receive discounts on all of our camps!

2016 Youth Camp 1 - Oxford, PA
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Science in the City Camp, Session II - Francis W Parker
Science in the City Camp provides students with a full week to explore a science topic alongside passionate faculty. Science in the City courses will activate campers imaginations as they are encouraged to invent, engage and explore. Using Chicago as a resource, campers will connect science activities with everyday life. See options for specific course offerings each week. LUNCH: Science in the City campers must bring their own peanut-free bag lunches and drinks each day. Refrigerated facilities are not provided. An insulated lunch box with an ice pack is recommended. Science in the City Camp ends each day at 3:00pm. Accounts for campers not picked up by 3:30pm will be charged $20 per day. See option for Late Science from 3-5pm. 773.797.5104

Floor Hockey (Grades 3-5) - Ethical Culture
Acquire an introduction to the sport of hockey and learn the skills necessary to participate in game play situations. Learn proper passing, shooting and puck handling techniques as well as team concepts with regard to game play. Bruce Trager and Josh Santerre 212-712-6230

Franklin Ave Elementary- Robotics - Franklin Avenue Elementary School
4/13, 20, 27 & 5/4, 11, 18 An Introduction to Robotics using LEGO® WeDo and Computers Students 1st grade and older get a head start on simple robotics with this concept. They build models, attach sensors and motors that are plugged into a computer, and configure behaviors using a simple programming tool. The activity pack is divided into four themes: Amazing Mechanisms, Wild Animals, Play Soccer and Adventure Stories. It covers topics within science, technology, mathematics and language. 2016448765.0

2 Half Days PM Stamford February Vacation All Sports Camp - Davenport School
For Boys and Girls Ages 4-12 years old 2 HALF DAYS 12:30 PM - 4:00PM FRIDAY FEB 12 & TUESDAY FEB 16 This program offers children a chance to participate in many different sports such as basketball, soccer, floor hockey, volleyball, and other physical education type activities. Full day campers should bring a peanutbutter free snack and lunch during the week, and half day campers need to bring just a snack. Instructors: Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598

Craniosacral Balancing 1 - Kansas City
Mondays, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28 and Wednesdays 3/16, 3/23 and 3/30 In this class, the student will be introduced to the craniosacral system of the human body, comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. The emphasis in Craniosacral Therapy is to help resolve the trapped forces that underlie and govern patterns of disease in both body and mind. This involves the practitioner "listening through the hands" to the bodys subtle craniosacral rhythms to detect patterns of inertia or congestion. With this light touch modality – generally using only 5 – 6 grams of pressure – the practitioner can evaluate and treat restrictions in the craniosacral system offering relief to the client who suffers from migraines, autism, central nervous system disorders, chronic neck and back pain, stress, fibromyalgia and so much more. The deadline for registering is Friday March 4, at 5:00 p.m. CST. Cancellations made after this date/time will not receive a refund. Please also note the $4.95 fee and credit card fees up to 4% will not be refunded if registration is cancelled. Instructor: Kevin Deal CEUs: 24 Class Code: 1509CST Prerequisite: None Please note: this class is part of an already existing massage therapy program. You will be in class with massage therapy students. 816-523-9140

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