Summer Camps in Mexico Beach, FL
Scratch is a tile-based visual programming language developed by MIT that helps teach the logic and problem solving that drive computer programming. Scratch uses command blocks instead of code, and can be used to create interactive stories animations, video games and much more. This class is designed to give younger students an introduction to programming through fun, exciting, and interactive projects. Class dates are: 04/09, 04/16, 04/30, 05/07, 05/14, 05/21, 06/04, 06/11 with a makeup date on 06/18. 9146448100.0
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Harmony Hill QUEST Retreat 2016 - Fulton, MO
QUEST is a retreat for young adults (age 17 and up). This year's theme is "Going Global: Engaging Our World from Home." Speaking is Jason Dodson, currently on home assignment from his work in China. Leading worship is Rachel Painter, member of the El Dorado Springs Church of God (Holiness). Early bird registration is $25. Pre-register at www.hhyc.net by Feb. 22 to receive this price. Registration at the door is $45.
IMAAM Youth Ramadan Camp 2016 - Br. Abdullah Ly and Br. Ifdal Yusuf -
Assalamu'alaikum warahmatullaahi wabarakaatuh, Imam Center invites Youth to join us in Ramadan Camp 2016. “Successful Youth is a Successful Community” Youth lecture series and activities presented by: 1. Brother Abdullah Ly : Youth Director of Islamic Center of Olympia, WA. 2. Brother Ifdal Yusuf : Young Imam and Hafiz Quran from Dallas, Texas. Program highlight: Lectures, Quran Workshop, Qiyam, Field Trip and so much more. Schedule: Jun 19th – Jun 25th, 12 pm – 7.30 pm : age 12 and below. Jun 26th – Jul 2nd , 12 pm – 7.30 pm : age 13 and older. Registration: Tuition is $50.00/person. Note : The discount rate is available for parent who can't afford the tuition. The discount rate is $30/person. There is an option in online registration to request the discount. Please provide the explanation why you need the discount in the space that is provided in online form. The discount request is subject for review and approval by committee. Online registration: Please visit: http://imaamcenter.org/ramadancamp Volunteer Opportunity : Ramadan Camp Committee opens volunteer opportunity for the youth to become teacher assistant in this program. The following is the job description and requirements: Job Description : Assist and support main teachers in lecture/activity session that includes supervising students during...
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WCHC 2016 YOUTH CAMP BIOHAZARD - Angelus Oaks, CA
COST $150.00 PER PERSON. IF REGISTERED BEFORE JUNE 1st $140.00 PER PERSON. $50.00 DOLLAR DEPOSIT NON REFUNDABLE. SPACE IS LIMITED. XBOX ONE RAFFLE. ZIP LINE, ROCK CLIMB, LEAP OF FAITH, ARCHERY, SPORTS TOURNAMENT & SCAVENGER HUNT.
SAMO Tennis Spring Break Camp - Santa Monica High Tennis Courts
Camp is open to all skill levels of players. Campers are grouped based on age, ability, and experience. Each camper will receive instruction on the fundamentals of all strokes and will enhance their skills through repetition, ball-feeding drills, live-ball situation and competitive play. USPTA coaches Wilston Poon and Stanford Poon direct all sessions. Please bring a racket, new can of balls, snack, sunscreen, water, and hat/sunglasses. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRIORITY ONLINE REGISTRATION (for Santa Monica Residents only) runs February 3 (6 am) through February 9. Non-resident registration opens February 10. REFUNDS - Refunds will be issued with medical documentation or if requested at least 5 calendar days prior to the first meeting. Refunds will be prorated. A $15.00 processing fee applies for each activity session refunded. Requests must be made in writing to the Program Supervisor in person or by fax (310-899-0840), mail, or email ( ). Material fees are not discountable and are nonrefundable. REFUNDS FOR DUPLICATE/MULTIPLE ENROLLMENTS resulting from multiple registration submissions (at one or more offices or via online registration) will be subject to a $15.00 processing fee for each activity session refunded. Makeups will not be offered for days missed...
Rowing Camp - Donahue Rowing Center
Held on Lake Quinsigamond, this program offers instruction for high school athletes of all levels—from advanced skill development targeted toward competitive rowing to introduction of the basics. Whether you are already a competitive rower or a novice hoping to take your first strokes, you will receive first-class instruction appropriate to your individual development within a positive and enjoyable environment. Lunch at WPI dining hall is included. Saturday morning session on the final day runs 8am to 10am. (508) 831-4900
Monster Stomp - JWR Club
Monsters can be fun and scary. Anime, dress up, make up, comics and more! Explore monster culture and have a creepy crazy time! 503 232 0186
HS Robotics with Arduino Week 3 - Merrill Engineering Building
A week-long camp for entering 10th, 11th, and 12th graders; or 9th graders who have taken a middle school camp. Campers will build and program machines that react to the world and to people using embedded computers, sensors, and motors based on the Arduino family of processors. This is a fun, engaging camp that doesnt need any prior experience, but uses "real" gear in creative ways. The Arduino system is used in the University of Utah undergraduate Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science courses, so this is a great way to see what goes on in those majors. This camp runs from 9AM-3PM, M-F. Some interest or aptitude in computers and/or building things is expected for this camp. Lunch is provided. 801-585-1726
Hands On! American Sign Language - S1 - Plymouth Community Arts Council
This fun afternoon mini-camp will introduce students to basic ASL through interactive art projects games, and songs. Campers will learn the alphabet, songs, greetings, names, numbers, animals with instructor and CMU education major Madeline Klozik. We will do a short Performance the last day of camp. 734-416-4278