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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Teen Wheel-Throwing - Ashtonn Means - The Art Center
Whether youve never touched clay before, thrown just one time, or have experience throwing, this is the class for all teens 14-18! Throughout this course students will learn the skills behind wheel-throwing, glaze application, and a basic understanding of Cone 10 materials and firing, as well as design principles for functional pottery, fundamentals of form, and aesthetic design techniques. Every class will have demonstrations, hands-on projects, and one-on-one guidance on the wheel-throwing process. Students are strongly encouraged to be self-directed and to bring project ideas and learning goals to work on throughout the eight-week course. Demonstrations will be geared toward students learning goals. See you there! Ashtonn Means is a Grand Junction native and has been doing ceramics since age thirteen. She continues to study at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts and is a member of the Grand Junction Clay Arts Guild. A senior at Colorado Mesa University, Ashtonn will graduate in May 2016 with a BFA in Studio Art and a minor in Psychology. Performance art is a catalyst in her pottery for the decorative design elements—slip trailing, stamping, glaze color, form—applied to the pieces. Ashtonn uses expressive, brightly-colored glazes to create dramatic surfaces that add personality... 970-243-7337 x2
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Camp Rap-A-Hope
 
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Distance
31.35 Miles
Address:
2701 Airport Blvd, Mobile, Alabama 36606
Specialty camp for children with cancer. Outstanding staff, beautiful setting and medical support. No charge to campers.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Canoeing, Field Trips, Golf, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking,...
Scoutshire Woods
 
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31.5 Miles
Address:
3483 Spring Hill Ave, Mobile, Alabama 36608
Girl Scouts builds confidence, character and courage through leadership development. Resident camp programs build self-esteem and skills. Camp programs encourage healthy interactions, outdoor activitiesand...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
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AKMA Stealth Ninja & Ninjago Spring Camp - Carlsbad, CA
Learn how to be the best Stealth Ninja! Obstacle courses with ropes, platforms, tunnels will take you on your own personal journey to find the purple Ninja Diamond. Staff training drills with other Ninjas in a safe environment. Build the best secret hideout with our Legos. Includes Laser Tag, Ninja Belly Bumpers, Ninja Bubble Roll competitions and more. Pizza Party Friday and Treats included

FALL YOUTH RETREAT! - Lansing, IA
For JR High and SR High Students. Bring a friend or your whole youth group!

Kid's Day Off Camp / Drop N' Shop - Frederick, MD
Whether it's one day or a whole week, Camp Pump It Up is where it's at! Discover, explore, invent, and imagine! These themed camps are high-energy, fast-paced and just plain fun for kids. Kid's will spend part of the day playing on our gigantic inflatables and party of the day making new friends during interactive play, crafts, and hands-on activities. Camps are usually held on FCPS days off. Check our events calendar for camp dates. One Day 9 am - 4 pm........$45 Half Day 9 am - 1 pm OR 1 pm - 4 pm.......$25 Full Week........$185

Mini Masters Kid's Class - East Windsor, CT
Over 5 weeks, we will learn about, explore, and create our own artworks inspired by different famous master painters. Each week we will discuss different art movements and how to use their techniques in our own artwork! Participants: Ages 5-11, 12-18 Cost: $125.00 for 5 week session MUST CALL TO REGISTER @ 860.370.5933

KidZonStage Fall Acting Camp - Lancaster, CA
FIRST CLASS is Saturday It is NOT too late to join us.. (Class might go until 5:00) And every Saturday after that except 11/28 and 12/26 Recital 1/17/16 Class Description --------------- ACT I - INTRODUCTION TO ACTING II: AGES 5-17 Students ages will be exposed to various acting warm ups and exercises connecting movement and sound. They will also learn how to read a script, mark stage directions, memorize lines, audition and conquer stage fright. Students focus on acting and character development through exercises, techniques, and improvisation Actors will develop a strong understanding of character development, acting techniques and monologues, as well as theatre etiquette. This class is all about being an actor. Returning students from the Summer Camp will be given an advanced curriculum --------- Acting Class Fee $100.00 for 14 weeks Payment schedules are available Saturdays 3:30- 4:30 or 5:00 October 3 - January 16 No class 11/28 or 12/26

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A Home in the Earth: Natural Building and Shelters - River House
If the bees and the spiders can do it, we can too! In this camp we will explore the shelters of our creature friends for inspiration for our very own natural building project that we will embark on throughout the week. 303-242-4877

2016 Stanford Synchro Swim Camp - Overnight - Stanford Athletics
Stanford Synchro Swim Camp will allow athletes the opportunity to work with Olympic medalists, National Team coaches and coaches of the Stanford University Synchronized Swimming Team. During this camp, athletes will focus on and learn the importance of injury prevention based land training, sport-specific muscle strengthening, and translation of these elements into the water. They will learn the technical warm-up Stanford Synchro athletes use to train, and a short Stanford Synchro routine to perform at the end of camp. Athletes will also have the opportunity to experience living in a Stanford dorm and eating in the cafeteria. 800-357-7687

Mugglebees Musical Theater Camp - Belmont Parks and Recreation
Peter Pan Mugglebee Theatre is excited to announce our Summer season of performance opportunities. For the first time we will offer three camps and two different productions. Our two-week musical theatre camps, led by husband and wife team, David and Erin Mugglebee, offer hands-on-experience for all performance levels with the artistic aspects of creating a musical production, from performing Broadway songs and choreography to building sets and designing costumes and props. With an emphasis on creativity, students will be inspired to express themselves in a fun and dynamic atmosphere Each two-week camp session includes rehearsals, production design, drama games, and a final production for friends and family. Bring snack and lunch each day. Check us out at www.mugglebeetheatre.com [] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MATERIALS FEE: $100 payable to instructor at 1st class for costumes, props and set building materials. LOCATION Fox Elementary School (Multi-use Room) INSTRUCTOR Erin & David Mugglebee

Robotics-Maker Station - Amador Elementary School
ROBOTICS Explore and build with Lego WeDo 2.0 robots. Students will build robots using the new Lego WeDo 2.0 system. Students will learn to assemble and program the robots to learn the basic concepts of programming. Once students have shown mastery of the system basics they will be allowed follow their own path as they investigate increasingly complex modules. Modules may include: Sorting to Recycle: Design a device that uses the physical properties of objects, including their shape and size, to sort them. Robust Structures: Investigate the characteristics that make a building earthquake resistant, using an earthquake simulator constructed from LEGO® bricks. MAKER STATION Learn how to build a catapult from common household materials and use the Engineering Design Process to improve your design. Prototype a foam rocket toy and experiment with the design to fly longer and farther. Build balloon powered rocket cars to race against your classmates. Students will be building with common household materials and applying the Engineering Design Process to their work. Students will be able to take home the items that they build during class. 9258282551 x5431

Week 6 - Kickers Camp - Central Middle School
Arrival from 8:50 a.m. You can drop off in the front lot and walk onto the field Pick-Up at 12:00 p.m. from the field 203-274-5367

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