Summer Camps in New Town, ND
Camp Cordova Imagine That! Camp Cordova hosts a new specialty camp at the White Rock Clubhouse from 8am-5pm that integrates art and science. This day camp will explore scientific connections and inspire magical art creations with weekly themes and field trips. Divided by age groups (5-7 & 8-11), campers will also enjoy outdoor games, Splash Park time and age appropriate hands-on activities that will challenge critical thinkers and awaken creative minds. Join us on an amazing adventure if you wish to Imagine That! Theme: Uncovering the Earth Field Trip: Effie Yeaw Nature Center Explore and unleash Earths natural beauty and the art it has inspired. Help us to capture its beauty and transfer it to a blank canvas. Join us as we uncover Earths mysteries. MULTIPLE SESSION DISCOUNT: Register for three sessions or more at once and receive $10 off each session. The multiple session discount can be combined with registration in Camp Cordovas Traditional Camp, Sports Adventure Camp, or Imagine That! Camp. AGE CATEGORY Youth
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End of Summer Horse Camp - McDonough, GA
Let's have 2 days of riding and fun before school starts. Willowick Farm is hosting a 2 day camp July 27 & 28. Hours 10 - 4. No riding experience necessary. Call 770-957-4933 for additional information.
Family Summer Camp - Bolingbrook, IL
It's that time of year again! Beginning June 25th and running through July 24th we will be having the Family Summer Camp again. Bring the family for some fun and let the kids earn their badges for each of the 9 seminars they attend. Workshops: Tuesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, Noon-4pm Activities will include: Crafts: Tuesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays Noon-2pm Shooting Arcade, Archery, Casting Buckets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, Noon-5pm **July 2nd and July 3rd ONLY** Free Photo Download From 12 -5 Catch and Release Pond 12-5
Kid's Black Friday drop off camp - Mechanicsburg, PA
Send your kids (suggested ages 5-12) into our studio from 8am till noon for a morning of art. Cheese pizza lunch included. We will be making holiday gifts and even gift wrapping them! $50 per child - limited number of children. Purchase your spot here: http://www.rezclick.com/spritzandsplatter/index.php?page=classes#706
Youth Horse Camp - Ironton, OH
3 days 2 nights of horse chaos. 25 kids from ages 5-19, we do everything from the ground up. They will go over tack and functions, safety, ground manners, basic riding to advanced depending on skill levels. Students will be asked to step outside their comfort zone and try other disciplines. There will be games, and the occasional water fight. We camp in tents, cook out, and just have a good time. 100 per camper.
Camp S.W.A.G. Teen Talent Show - Cary, NC
Camp S.W.A.G. (Students With Ambitions & Goals) is hosting a Teen Talent Show on January 29th, 2016 with a TENTATIVE location of Panther Creek High School in Cary, NC. We will keep you up to date on the exact location. Ticket are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. Are you a high school student who wants to audition for the talent show. Applications will be available on October 15, 2015 and auditions will be held the first week in January 9th, 2016. Location to be determined. Visit us at http://cswag.org/2015-teen-talent-show-fundraiser/ for more information.
ALL STAR SPORTS by ARENA SPORTS - Timberlake Church - Issaquah
Our Sports Camp will be presenting different sports at each day of camp from soccer to capture the flag and kickball. Arena Sports will teach students about fundamentals & play making with each sport. Students will also have a time of singing, games, tea 425-869-4400
Latin and Greek Cognates - Morgan Park Academy
It is estimated that 60% of the terminology college students will face come from words formed from ancient Greek and Latin affixes and root words. Knowing how to break down a word which has been formed from Greek or Latin can help a student not only build a working vocabulary, but also help a student construct a basic meaning for a new or unfamiliar word. Students who learn this skill see their vocabularies grow and their anxiety lessen. As students who enter college are faced with not only increased amounts of reading, but also increased difficulty in those readings, having the skill to navigate these readings, assignments, and exams makes academic success much more easily attainable. Our summer class will investigate and analyze Greek and Latin cognates so that students may increase their vocabulary and learn how to decode an unfamiliar word, providing a vital foundation for testing, reading, and writing confronted in upper school and university academic life. 773-881-6700
Womens Camp - Youth - Placerville Camp & Retreat Center
Bring along your children from babies to 3rd grade. Babysitting will be supplied for children up to the 1st grade. 605.342.1390
Computer Programming - Scratch - Engineering Learning Lab
Come out for this free 45 minute lesson about our basic computer programming class. Appropriate for ages 6-12 years old. Please only sign up for one free session. If there are free spaces the day of the sessions we will allow you to attend a second or third class. (904) 707-2121
Mandarin - Little Dragons (Level 1) - Germantown Friends School
The objective of this club is to initiate what we hope will be a lifelong interest in a culture that is becoming an increasingly important player on the world stage. The program follows the My First Chinese Words curriculum, which offers an introduction to such key vocabulary as numbers, colors, body parts and animal names. Students will read supplementary Chinese storybooks, watch DVDs about Martial Arts and create arts and crafts related to Chinese holidays and traditions. Our bilingual, bicultural instructor, Wei Chen, is deeply committed to teaching Mandarin to children and to igniting their curiosity about foreign cultures. Please note: GFS is closed on Friday, May 27, so there will no club that day and the final club session will take place on June 3. 215-951-2384