Summer Camps in Milan, TN
 Grades 7 - 13 Full Day Combo (Ages 7-13) Children must bring morning and afternoon snack, lunch, water bottle, sunscreen, swimsuit, towel, goggles and wear tennis shoes. Campers bring snacks, lunch and beverage. Lunchtime supervision provided. Director: Kerry Winkelseth, UM School of Kinesiology. Full Day, Monday-Friday. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Curbside Pick-up and Drop-off. Staff will pick up campers from your car at 8:00 AM and deliver back to your car at 4:00 PM. KidSport offers children the opportunity to learn and refine non-competitive sport-specific, team building and social skills. The activities are age appropriate and developed by experts in childrens physical education. KidSport is staffed by certified teachers as well as physical education and education majors focused on providing a first-rate experience for your kids! Scholarships are available from UM KidSport at www.kines.umich.edu/umove.kidsport  Application deadline is April 30. This camp is not eligible for Rec & Ed Scholarships. LOCATION SCARLETT SCHOOL at Scarlett Middle School PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 KidSport Camp Registration
Latest Review for Summer Reading Programs at Lewiston City Library
Develop a Child’s Passion for Reading
If you want to help your child fall in love with reading, send them to the Summer Reading Programs. My 8 year old daughter reported the camp makes books come to life. Every year they pick a theme, and coordinate fun books that correspond to the theme. They also host activities for children to participate in. This help books come alive, and helps kids find a passion for reading.... Read More...
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Rogue Robots: LEGO Robotics Camp - San Angelo, TX
Robots aren’t just inventions in a galaxy far, far away— they exist here on Earth, at your local library! Join us this Winter Break for a Star Wars-themed robotics camp. Each day we’ll watch a clip from the movies, and build a LEGO robot inspired by the film. The library will be hosting two four-day camps—attending all four days is not mandatory, but each class will build upon the previous classes. No prior experience in LEGO robotics necessary, but seating is limited so RSVP is required. Call (325-655-7321), email ([email protected]), Facebook message (TGCL Teen Republic), or drop by in person to reserve seats! Sign-ups will open November 21! This is a Teen Republic program, open only to patrons in grades 6-12. Free of charge. We will meet from 3-4:30pm in the Community Room.
40 Years of Camp Goddard - Reunion (SouthMac) - Sulphur, OK
This is a TENTATIVE event page to see who would be interested in heading to Goddard Youth Camp for a weekend in June 2016. Please invite everyone that you know who has attended "Camp Goddard" through South MacArthur Church of Christ to like this event and the Facebook page. This Reunion will be open to all ages and families are encouraged to come together! There is enough cabin space for 210 people. Cabin spaces will be available in groups of 10 on a first come, first served basis. Restrictions: Older couples or those with major medical issues will be given cabin preference if they would prefer not to sleep in tents/RV's. Camping with tents/RV's will be a slightly cheaper option than cabins because we may be expecting more than 210 people. For more information or to find out how you can help, please email: [email protected]
Youth Summer Fun Camp 2016 - Lilburn, GA
Youth Summer Fun Camp 2016! Sign your kids up for this overnight summer camp so they can engage in all the hands-on activities that include Hawan and Yoga, Outdoor Fun and Games, Music and Talent Show, Arts and Crafts, Vedic Culture and Tradition! Check out last year’s 2015 Youth Summer Fun Camp Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwNgO-762fg -------------------------- Camp Details: -------------------------- Eligible Participants: Youth from age 6 to 21 years old Start Date: Thursday, June 23rd at 7PM End Date: Sunday, June 26th at 1PM Location: Greater Atlanta Vedic Temple Address: 492 Harmony Grove Road, Lilburn, GA 30047 -------------------------- Registration: -------------------------- Online Registration Form: http://goo.gl/forms/aKz9Z1mpRv Early Bird Special: $100 per child (Ends Sunday, June 5th) Late Registration Fee: $150 per child (Starts Monday, June 6th) Note: No Parent/Guardian will be charged for a “Cancellation Fee” if a child is unable to attend. And all profits will go to the support of the Greater Atlanta Vedic Temple, as well as the Atlanta Community and Cultural Center. -------------------------- FAQs? -------------------------- Q: When and how should I pay for the registration cost? A: Parents/Guardians must pay when they drop off their child. Cash or check form will be accepted, with checks made payable to “Greater Atlanta Vedic Temple.” Q: What if my child has a certain condition or special requirement? A: On the registration form, you can address any...
Campfire Youth Worship - Dallas, TX
"Campfire Worship: When? 10/16 @ 630P, Where? 2626 Gus Thomasson Rd. Dallas TX 75228; There will be games, hot-dog roasting, s'mores and more. ! PLEASE SIGN UP- Contact Adrian Valdez 9728415689/[email protected] or with your YOUTH Growth Group Leader"
Free KidCamp Trial - Vineland, NJ
Preview our new class: KidCamp! Great for most children and younger teens. Your kids will have fun and not even realise they are exercising! This is a partner class...so come ready to work out with your child or bring a friend with them!
Girls Sports Camp - Leaders-in-Training Program - Germantown Friends School
The Girls Sports Camps Leaders-in-Training Program combines a classic counselor-in-training program (focused on assisting younger campers) with leadership training activities. Under the direction of GFS Physical Education Department Director, Deb Brackett, training sessions will address such questions as, How do you know when to lead and when to follow? What are your emerging strengths as a leader? What makes an activity fun for campers? Are you prepared to handle unexpected situations? Can you take on the responsibility of leading warm-ups, cheers and other activities? Do you know what it takes to become a successful athlete yourself? LIT Program participants will work directly with campers and support both the camp director and the senior counselors in the daily activities of Girls Sports Camp. Get ready for a week of fun, adventure and sports! Go Tigers! ROAR! Swims at the Germantown Cricket Club add to the summertime fun! This camp is open only to GFS students. Bus transportation is available to and from Center City for $100 provided 17 campers sign-up on or before June 1 for transportation during the week of June 13 - 17. 215-951-2384
Beginning Burlesque with Sasha Sullivan - Ah Haa School for the Arts
Burlesque is a celebration of femininity. Women of all ages come together for a fun-filled journey into this incredible art form, ultimately empowering their creative, sensual, feminine beings. Telluride Theatres own Sasha Sullivan and Melissa Harris, who have been teaching burlesque classes for four years, are excited take new students on an eight-week journey into the world of burlesque. They will start with the basics – the history, dance moves, striptease, creating a character, and owning your space. Students will develop their very own burlesque character and walk away with a full routine, a set of pasties, and a portrait. At the close of the class, some students will be chosen to perform at BURLESQUE, a live variety show on the Sheridan Opera House stage at the end of March, a benefit for Telluride Theatre. (Performing at the benefit is optional.) 970.728.3886
Extreme Robotics - Middle School
In Extreme Robotics, students have extreme fun while exploring the world of technology. Using all sorts of household items, including electrical motors and gadgets, they get to build their own robots. Using applied science and engineering, students learn to solve problems while exploring various scientific principles, from biomechanics to hydraulics to magnetism and chemistry. Finally, the student made robots are put to the ultimate test in fun competitions, with prizes being awarded for the most innovative and best functioning inventions, robots, and designs. Have your child join us for a super duper fun week, and youll be amazed by what your budding little scientist has learned along the way, just by using a little imagination and some basic scientific knowledge. (516) 750-3104
Junior Longhorns Day Camp – II - The University of Texas at Austin
Day campers develop their technique and love for the game during this fun and entertaining soccer experience. Small sided games allow the campers to practice in a game-like situation. This environment is perfect for the young soccer player to learn from great coaches and enjoy the game. (512) 471-3624
Ice Skating Spring Camp - Icetown
No skating experience? No problem! Camp includes a daily skating lesson as well as other on-and-off-ice games and activities. Campers must bring a lunch Monday-Thursday. Well host a pizza party on Friday! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gloves are required, helmet is recommended. AGE CATEGORY Youth/Teen LOCATION Icetown at Offsite INSTRUCTOR Icetown Staff