Summer Camps in Maricopa County, AZ
If you loved Slimy Art & Science you will love Mix It Up! A definite hands on experience where students will be mixing up (and inventing!) their own materials for the weeks projects. Textured paints, powdered clay bases, handmade papers, mixed media collage canvases, liquid chalk and frozen water colors. Please dress for the mess! 734-416-4278
Maricopa County, AZ Summer Camps
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Online Fundraiser for Royal Family KIDS Camp, #273 - undefined, ID
- WHAT IS ROYAL FAMILY KIDS CAMP, AND WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS ONLINE FUNDRAISER? "You're worthless." "You're good-for-nothing." "Why must you be so annoying?" "I don't have time to listen!" "Don't bother me!" "You're a mistake!" These are the things far too many children hear on a regular basis, and a lot of these children are right here within our Lewis-Clark Valley and the surrounding area. These kids hear these things (and far worse than this) from their guardians, parents, and/or other family members. Many also deal with sexual and physical abuse, come from broken homes, and have been neglected or abandoned. Others still have bounced from place to place all their lives and don't know what it is like to have a family, a home, a safe environment, or even to just be a kid. There are children who have taken on the role of a parent to their sibling(s) at a young age (some as early as 4 or 5 years old) because their parent(s)/guardian(s) aren't present either mentally or physically. It is recorded that annually, 3.6 million cases of child abuse, neglect or abandonment are reported in America, and one of these victims dies every six hours...
FREE PIZZA + Stand-Up Comedy! - SUMMER CAMP COMEDY SHOW @HiFi Bar 8pm
It's November and Summer Camp Comedy Show is back again! Check out and follow our Facebook group >>> BKLYN Summer Camp Comedy Show As always, there will be FREE PIZZA! This month's line up includes the comedy stylings of: Ariel Elias (HBO's Brody Stevens: Enjoy It) Lane Moore (Tinder Live) Meghan Radespiel Keith Carey Tanael Joachim (AXS Live) Pat Rigby Eliana Horeczko (Funny Bone) Hosted by Masafumi Abe (Hoboken Comedy Festival) Doors open @ 7:30PM Show starts @ 8:00PM @ HiFi Bar 169 Avenue A (Between 11th st. & 10th st.) Closest train stations: 1st Ave or 3rd Ave (L Train), Astor Pl (6 Train), or Union Square (456,NQR,L)
2nd Annual Kid's Safety Boot Camp - Angel Fire, NM
The second annual Kid's Safety Boot Camp will be held on May 20th from 8:30AM to 4:30PM. This years camp is for students completing grades five through 7. Registration is limited to 25 students. Parents or caregivers can register their children by calling 575-377-3347 or in person at the main station on North Angel Fire Road. "Don't be Scared! Be Prepared!"
CAP Kid Camp Ohio - Bellefontaine, OH
CAP Kid Camp Ohio at YMCA Camp Willson 2732 County Road 11 ~ Bellefontaine, OH 43311 https://itrulycare.com/events/cap-kid-camp-ohio Centered around a natural spring-fed lake formed during the last glacial period in Ohio 14,000 years ago. In the 1850′s, the lake was initially named Lake Spencer for a man who used to make counterfeit silver dollars in a log cabin overlooking the lake. The lake was later renamed Silver Lake and finally, Mac-O-Chee. Other names for the Lake have included Blaylocks Lake and Balards Lake. Get ready for CAP Kid Camp Ohio. !!! Includes all meals, lodging and programming! Only $225pp 5 and over, FREE to CAP Kids and those under 5. 2732 County Road 11 ~ Bellefontaine, OH 43311 ~ 1-800-423-0427 From Columbus: Starting at the northwest corner of I-270, take SR 33 west through Marysville to Bellefontaine. Take SR 68 (3rd Bellefontaine exit) south (left) through downtown Bellefontaine. Follow directions for Bellefontaine listed below. Time: about 50 minutes from I-270 & SR 33. From Toledo: Take I-75 south toward Findlay. Take Exit 156 (SR 15) south to SR 68 (toward Kenton). Follow SR 68 south approximately 50 miles to Bellefontaine. From...
Second Annual Fundraiser for Camp AmeriKids - Brooklyn, NY
This was a huge success last year - Help us by being a part of it again! $10 suggested donation gets you ~ A drink ticket & specials! Food! DJ! Raffles! 50/50! Don't miss it! The Fundraiser benefits both The Elm Project and Camp AmeriKids ~ "The mission of Camp AmeriKids is to enhance the lives of youth living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease by providing an enriching summer camp experience, year-round skill building and a supported transition to adulthood." http://www.campamerikids.org If you or your employer would be willing to make a donation of goods or raffle items, please let us know at [email protected] Camp AmeriKids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Their federal tax I.D. is 06-1431690 ----------------------------------------- Camp AmeriKids Program Overview: "Camp AmeriKids was founded in 1995 by Robert C. Macauley in the hopes of reaching out to an underserved population close to home. It is our firm conviction that youth, regardless of their economic, social or medical challenges should have the opportunity to experience the carefree joys of childhood. Each summer, Camp AmeriKids serves over 250 inner-city children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease. Campers age 7 to 15 participate in one of two eight-day sessions held in late...
MESC Session I - Hamline University
Midwest Elite Soccer Camp is a four day residential soccer experience held at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. It is for high school aged female soccer players who are serious about playing college soccer. Our mission is to provide high school athletes with the opportunity to be coached and evaluated by a wide variety of colleges while exposing players to the inner workings of the college recruiting & admissions process and life inside a college soccer program. 651-328-9383
Drama Stars (Grades 1-4) - Ethical Culture
Lights...Camera...Action!!! Study with professionally trained actors to develop leadership, confidence and public speaking skills. Through scene study, improv acting games and monologues, build your skills towards an end-of-the-trimester "sharing" for family and friends. Enjoy the visit of a real Broadway artist who will assist in class and answer your questions. Work with Four Corners Creative instructors in an exciting acting class to develop both offstage and onstage characters while having a great time! Instructor: Four Corners Acting Coach 212-712-6230
Little Aquanauts (Week 5 AM) - Mission Splish Splash - NESS
Enlist in the splish splash mission to get a taste of kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and surfing practice safely in the harbor. Venture into the tidal splash zones to see what types of animals thrive in this harsh environment and use magnifying glasses to get closer looks of the adaptations these animals use for survival. 860-535-9362
9th Grade 101 - Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy
Any student currently enrolled in the NDP Class of 2020 is welcome to attend. This camp is designed to help freshmen students gain the necessary skills to be successful in high school. Students will explore time-management, organization and study skills, as well as test-taking strategies. 248-373-5300
Stop Motion Animation Class Spring - Villa Academy
In this 9 week course, Create your own story through the BEAM Experience! Using the process of creative problem solving, each week campers will learn to brainstorm ideas, outline, build, animate, and publish their own distinctive stop motion movie. Working in teams of 2-3, students will create a story based on ideas from their own imaginations and bring them to life one frame at a time. Adding your own unique cinematic score and dialogue truly brings the movie to life! Building and set materials include LEGO® bricks, recycled materials, cardboard, straws and architecture materials to fuel their imagination. In addition you will learn how stop motion is used in modern commercials, television and feature films to create inspiring works of art. 206-524-7009