Summer Camps in Nauvoo, IL
Percussion Camp August 1-5, 9am-4pm Grades 5-8 This exciting weeklong experience will take you around the world! Learn to play various instruments and styles of world drum ensemble music and take the rhythm with you wherever you go. Bring your friends and meet new people at this unique camp that will allow you to explore West African, South American and Caribbean music and culture. The camp will culminate in a final performance on Friday afternoon. Don?t miss out on this extraordinary experience! Tuition: $329 ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Strings LOCATION Room 4 at WCM McIntosh|Goodrich
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Mother-Daughter Weekend Retreat - Dahlonega, GA
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church is offering a Mother-Daughter Retreat for older teens, young adults, moms, and grandmothers (even in-laws). Experience moments of fun, intentional conversations, and opportunities to get to know each other as more than just "mom" and "daughter", but as women of God. Hosted by Cricket Aull and her daughters (http://jerryandcricketaull.com/). Cost is $100 per person. Space is limited and reservations are required.
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Explore! Youth Ceramics Camp - Detroit, MI
Moms, Dads and Grandparents! Are you looking for an exciting and educational experience for your child during the summer months? Our summer camps are designed with age-appropriate projects to accommodate children age 6-12. Your child will explore several classic children's books through basic clay hand building techniques and mixed media arts projects. Students will create uniquely fired ceramic pieces and other crafts that explore classic and contemporary children's stories. We will complete each week of camp with a special art showcase for students and parents! Half Day and Full Day camp options available. Camp is not offered the week of July 4. Camp runs from June 20 - August 5. Space is limted. Register at the link or call 313.626.2062 today!
Winter Wonderland Kid's Camp - Plantation, FL
Winter Wonderland Kid’s Camp Ages 5 - 11 A fun-filled 8 day holiday camp. Planned activities include a field trip, special guest, arts & crafts, supervised games and much more. Children should bring a non-perishable lunch and drink. Extra drinks available for purchase. Plantation Central Park 9151 NW 2nd Street December 27, 28, 29, 30 & January 3, 4, 5, 6 Camp will be closed on December 26th and January 2nd Program hours: 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Structured activities: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1 Week - $125/Residents 2 Weeks - $210/Residents 1 Week - $175/Non-Residents 2 Weeks - $260/Non-Residents *Proof of residency is required. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Register in person at Central Park Multi-purpose Building. For more information call 954-452-2510.
2016 Work A Thon - Oakman, AL
What is "Work A Thon"? It's a great opportunity for young people and youth groups to get together, have fun, help the camp, and earn free weeks to use or share with friends. "What do I need to do?" Ask your parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brother, cousins, friends, the barista at the coffee shop, the cable repair guy, EVERYBODY to sponsor you by paying for your days labor. Earn $250 and get a week of camp at 1/2 price. Earn $500 and get a free week of camp! Lunch and drinks will be provided! So, please RSVP so we can be sure to have enough food and projects for everyone. If you have any questions, call or text Glenn Brasher at 205-902-6434 or contact any of or cohosts on Facebook. Hope to see you there!
Art for Home Schooled Students - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
New students welcomed! Art classes for home-school students continues with instruction intended to guide new art students while challenging returning students to build on their skills. Students will split the time between explorations in Realistic Drawing and Painting and 3/D Art and Pottery. The group will be divided by age dependent on the number of students. An Art Show of pottery and drawings and paintings for family and friends will follow the last class on Friday. Materials: Provided 302 239-2434 x120
Reading & Reacting Camp - Jay Lively Ice Arena
Reading & Reacting Camp Reading and reacting is one of the most important aspects of the game of hockey. Each player must be able to read what is happening, anticipate correctly, and react properly by moving to the appropriate space to make the play or support their teammates in advance of the puck. As we sat, it is much easier to anticipate where the puck will be, and go to a particular point in the rink ahead of it, than it is to chase it around. In this camp, we will cover the correct diagnosis, and response needed, for game situations such as cycling, odd man rushes (both for and against), power play and penalty kill, movement through the neutral zone, defensive zone coverage, offensive zone coverage, face offs, playing away from the puck, offensive and defensive play at the puck, back-checking and fore-checking. ATTENTION GOALTENDERS - Every RMHS camp will offer professional goaltending instruction from one of our professional goaltending coaches. We limit theses spots to four goaltenders per group. Schedules subject to change due to registration levels up to one week before the first day of camp 8778487647.0
Textured Lanterns - Creative York
This team project uses hand-building techniques to create a textured lantern which can be lit from inside. Supplies provided. 7178483200.0
9th-12th grades: SAT Prep - MATH - Saint Marys School
Prepare for SAT success! In this rigorous, half-day camp, youll learn the form and style of the test--which was completely redesigned as of March 2016-- as well as the essential content and strategies for approaching each question type on the math section of the SAT. During the week, youll learn strategies for approaching math questions that not only will help you move through the test more efficiently but will also help improve your accuracy. We will also review the essential skills and concepts you need to know from pre-algebra, algebra 1 and 2, and geometry. Youll leave this camp with the confidence and skills to make your best score yet on SAT math! Prerequisite: Common Core Math I and II or equivalent. (An SAT book will be provided. Please bring a calculator.) This program is offered by Raleigh Tutoring but will be held at Saint Marys School. Please visit www.RaleighTutoring.com for more information Bryan Wright has a BA in chemistry from UNC-Chapel Hill and a masters of divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has over 20 years of experience teaching and tutoring. 9194244028.0
Challenger Intermediate Soccer Camp:Full Day Gr3-8 - AAPS
Grades 3-8 A week of advanced training for more experienced players, this camp will improve agility, balance and coordination through a series of individual ball mastery exercises. Highly-qualified British coaches will emphasize skill development and mastery of core techniques through individual and small-group practice and games. Players will learn and practice ways to turn, fake and beat opponents as well as master lifts and balances to improve their touch, control and confidence with the ball. Coaches: Challenger Sports staff. Monday - Friday -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GRADES 3rd Grade - 8th Grade INSTRUCTOR Challenger Sports Staff