Summer Camps in Mendon, UT
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My son wants to attend this camp again and again!
This affordable summer camp pulls out all the stops. My 12 year old son has attended this camp the last 4 years. The camp teaches youngsters ages 8-14 survival skills if they are ever lost or in a dangerous situation. They learn simple things such as how to treat a bee sting, to complex issues such as creating an overnight shelter to sleep in. These skills help create independence and confidence in children.... Read More...
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Tampa Bay Krewe Rugby Youth Camp - Tampa, FL
Next Camp is May 7th! We are holding another kids camp on Saturday May 7th. Our first few camps have gone great and we are hoping to continue building, bringing out new faces, and learning the game. Please bring out any kids, boys or girls, ages 6-12 years whether they be your own kids or others that you invite. All activities are non-contact, touch-style rugby. We got our parade rained on a little bit for the last camp, the weather turned quickly overnight on us when the storms weren't expected to show up until the afternoon. We will keep on eye on the report leading up to the event and make an announcement if necessary. Please spread the word!
The Africana Enrichment Summer Camp - Cincinnati, OH
The Africana Enrichment Summer Camp Mission Sweet Sistah Splash is a Cultural Center dedicated to the Education & Empowerment of Women and People of Color. The Africana Enrichment Summer Camp Program Is our opportunity to instill in children the legacy of African Cultural Pride and to teach children what they typically do not learn in school. The session topics include but are not limited to... + African Family Customs and Practices + African Spirituality + African Art and Music + African History: Kings and Queens + Community Care This camp included 1 Field Trips and Special Guest Speakers!! Let'sTeach the Youth the Truth!!
Tulsa Kingdom Kids Christmas Gala 2016 - Tulsa, OK
The Kingdom Kids Christmas Gala is a benefit dinner and silent auction to raise funds and awareness for Kingdom Kids Homes. We are excited to share pictures, videos, and stories about what God has done through our ministry this past year and to share our hopes and dreams for the future! This years Christmas Gala is extra special because it will also be the book release party for "The Daring Destination" - a book written by our founder, Kristie Chute, on the story behind Kingdom Kids Homes. Ticket Pricing: Early Bird Rate: $45.00 until November 20th General Registration: $50.00 until December 1st To purchase your tickets or to learn more information, visit: www.kingdomkidshomes.org/tulsagala. Please email [email protected] with any questions! We hope to see you at the Christmas Gala on December 13th!
Kingdom Kid's Camp (June 20-24th) - Shreveport, LA
Please join us at CCS. Meeting times will be Monday-Wednesday from 9:30AM - 8:00PM and Thursday from 9:30AM - Noon. Please see Karen Hudgens for more information.
North Central Spanish Region 2015 Youth Camp - Angola, IN
The theme this for this year is "STEP IT UP" Price: $135. 00 $50 Deposit with application due July 5th. Send all application to with deposits (this week it will downloadable) More info please contact Regional Director Jimmy Cordova or Natasha Sanchez for details.
Week 7-Bengal Camp - Merritt Academy
Come Fly with Me Values: Cooperation & Initiative Field Trip: Trampoline Park, Picnic with Planes All Camp: Kite Flying Contest 7032738000.0
Elite Level/GK Specialty Camps Session #1 - Vonnie Gros Athletic Field
The WCU Field Hockey Elite Level & GK Specialty Camp offers a unique op-portunity for the serious field hockey athlete. The camp has been designed to challenge athletes in settings different from the traditional camp situations. The camps will offer tactics and techniques in goal scoring, defensive strategy, and goal-keeping technique. Each evening will conclude under the lights with game play. These offerings will appeal to the serious field hockey athlete! EQUIPMENT Each camper should bring a stick, shinguards, sneakers or turf shoes, mouthguard, sunscreen, and a container of water (no glass). Goal-keepers must bring their own equipment. WCU and its camp staff are not re-sponsible for lost or missing items. All personal equip-ment should be marked with the campers name. 610-436-3555
Discovery Day Camp: Session 2 - Rockhaven Camp and Retreat Center (FPC)
Day camp sessions run Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm with transportation provided to and from First Presbyterian Church. Check in at First Presbyterian Church begins at 8:30 am. Come to one or all four day camp programs which are filled with arts and crafts, games, skits, nature hikes, rock climbing, bible stories, music, worship and fellowship in a safe, fun, Christian environment. All day campers are provided with 2 snacks and a healthy and hearty lunch prepared each day by our staff camp cook. 406-586-9194 x267
Watercolor Camp - OCS Arts Center
Campers will learn about a variety of watercolor painting techniques. Exploring texture, color, and value through realistic and abstract subjects. They will build their skills with small studies, large still-life paintings, and patterned stationery designs. Open to all levels of experience. Instructor: Taylor Norton This camp may be combined with: Directing Demo, Combined Cost: $310 *** A minimum $50 deposit each camp is due at sign-up (non-refundable). *** The remaining balance is due by first day of camp. 502-241-6018
Studio Art w/Exploring Pottery, Ages 8-9 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Exploring Pottery Elective Session I: June 27 to July 8 No camp on Monday, July 4 Studio Art Camp The American Life: Paleo to the Present This session will explore what life was like in the Americas throughout history, from when the dinosaurs roamed to modern times. Campers will go on a journey throughout a variety of American cultures and civilizations, learning about their daily lives, legends and stories, and art forms. Visits to MAMs newly installed Native American collection will be included to provide a closer look and inspiration. Travel from the prehistoric to the present in this whimsical tour throughout time. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.56.51 AM  Exploring Pottery With a focus on hand built pottery and basic wheel throwing, this class uses a variety of clay and sculptural techniques to produce creative and unique objects, including several pieces to be fired in a kiln. Using a multicultural approach, students will use ceramic clay, and colorful glazes to create both functional and decorative objects, such as pots, masks, creatures, and animals. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.28.44 AM  AGE...