Summer Camps in Mountain Grove, MO
Join in for afternoons of fun and games! Campers will take three off-campus trips a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Trips are mostly in Calvert County and include afternoons at the pool, water park, museum, bowling alley, rock wall climbing, ice skating, and more! On-campus fun will include team sports, water games, arts and crafts, etc. Lots of fun activities are planned to make those hot summer days enjoyable! Offerings may be subject to change due to weather/availability. 410-535-0216 x1130
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My daughter learned the skills she needs to be more independent at this camp
My 10 year old daughter loves participating in Girl Scouts. When she asked about going to this camp I got her signed up right away. She had fun meeting other campers and she came back home with a vision of who she wants to be in her future. She is learning how to be independent, confident and wants to help make her community a better place to live. What more could a parent ask for?... Read More...
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Timoteo Summer Camp - Philadelphia, PA
Register at the field. Camp is for all boys and girls ages 10-15 years old. Cost for the camp is $20. All campers will get a t-shirt. https://youtu.be/1hC12_QtrR0?list=PLid-h5OC1aP4JVG1kJqlYdxeN16rV2FeP
Yamon Figures & Albert Wilson Free NFL Youth Camps - Fort Pierce, FL
Listen up St. Lucie County !!!! We have 2 Huge 100% Free Youth Camps ! Coming up over the next few weeks ! June 11th We Have Yamon Figurs All Out Youth Camp which you can register for at https://goo.gl/WUy0iw And Albert Wilson Youth Skills Camp on June 25th which you can register for at iThinkiSee12.com ! Both Camps will be conducted at Lawnwood Regional Stadium ! Don't miss out on an experience of a lifetime ! #HelpingTheYouth #AlbertWilson #YamonFigures #AllOutFamily
Camp KidJam Informational Meeting! - Fairview Heights, IL
This will be an informational meeting for Parents with Students that want to attend Camp KidJam! The meeting will take place immideately after the 11am Service!
Kid's Fine Art Camp - July - Sumter, SC
Mon, Jul 11, 2016 10:00am Thu, Jul 14, 2016 2:00pm Mrs. Michael’s Fine Art Camp July 11th-14th, 10am - 2pm An exciting way to introduce your child to fine art! Monday: Essentials of Drawing Techniques & lessons about Leonardo DaVinci Tuesday: Watercolor Media Technique & a adventures with Audubon, the man who painted birds Wednesday: Acrylic Painting and Technique & brushstrokes with Van Gogh Thursday: Introduction to Printmaking Techniques & learning how to print like Andy Warhol Each day your child will get hands on instruction from Michael and her daughters. They will be learning about art history (in a fun way) and the fine art skills listed above to create some masterpieces! DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS JULY 1! Cost $155 (all supplies included) Space is limited to 15 per class. Payment is required to reserve your space. Reserve your canvas today! *New Payment Policy* To be added to our list and registered for this class, you must pay in full in advance for the class. The class fills first come first serve, so the earlier you sign up the better! You may pay through the PayPal button above using your PayPal account or any major credit or debit...
Summer Camp Debriefing - Tualatin, OR
All counselors, staff and work crew are invited to come share your camp experiences, observations, suggestions, ideas, and stories as we debrief Summer Camp 2015. Join us at 6pm in the Library at the Tualatin campus. Help us make next year's camp even better.
Robotics and Game Design - Ethical Culture
Use EV3 Lego Mindstorms to create robotic games. Build robots to race, perform and run mazes. Design and invent games to play with your friends. Students in this session will be participating in challenges for the Robo-Expo held at Marymount on April 9th. Instructor: Lan Heng 212-712-6230
Oper Explor 2016: WK 1 Extreme Bowling - The Calverton School
Come learn the game of bowling from Calvertons best faculty bowler! We will not only learn and understand the game, but have a ton of fun experimenting with different bowling techniques and trick shots. Lets hit the lanes! 410-535-0216 x1130
CAMP CHEF - Ben Robertson Community Center
CAMP THEME: CARNIVAL COOKING & GAMES Playing with your food is the theme of this camp! Kids will take a hands-on approach to cooking. A different dish will be prepared each day. The camp involves food inspired art, cooking games, cupcake decorating, movies, table manners and more! All campers will receive their own chefs hat and recipe cards. Get ready for some cooking fun! Please be sure to indicate on your registration form if your child has any food allergies or dietary restrictions. Supplies: Campers should bring a beverage and snack and plenty of water each day. Lunch will be provided daily in camp. All campers should arrive at camp with sunscreen already applied, as well as with additional sunscreen, as needed. We recommend a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Attire: Summer active wear and athletic shoes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instructor: Sheila Bozeman LOCATION Meeting Room 2 at Ben Robertson Community Center INSTRUCTOR Excellence In Etiquette
Bike Hike - Vasona Lake County Park
Biology and ecology is as easy as riding a bike! Use your bike as a vehicle to explore and learn more about our local environment. The trails in and near Vasona Park will reveal critical features of our watershed and interesting aspects of our local and natural history. Practice and improve your riding skills and learn trail etiquette and bicycle safety. Also delve into the mechanics of various bike parts with hands-on experiments. Participants must bring their own helmet, two-wheel bicycle with 20" or larger wheels (no training wheels) and be comfortable riding. YSI cannot provide overnight bike storage. 408-827-5507
Fly Fishing - The Evergreen School
Fly fishing is a sport that teaches patience, improves motor skills, and fosters an appreciation for nature. No one can walk away from losing a five minute battle with a stubborn trout without a deep respect for the fish! Students will learn the basics of fly fishing – setting up their rod and reel, knot typing, basic overhead casting, selecting the right fly, etc. Discussion will also include the history of fly fishing, how its different from other kinds of fishing, and entomology. Were going to have a fantastic week fishing each day! 206-957-1533