Summer Camps in Norphlet, AR
Mondays are STEM based activities. Robin Schamber from The University Extension Office provides collaboration on these days to provide a fun, hands on learning opportunity for students. 3073676873.0
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Great Equestrian Camp
This is a wonderful camp to send your child to if they love to ride horses. The counselors are great and seemed to instantly love the kids. My child stayed mostly in the equestrian part and learned a lot from the instructors. They seemed to love their jobs working with horses and kids. When we went to pick up our child, he did not want to leave. He had made many friends and will consider this experience one that he’ll always remember. ... Read More...
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Kid's Photo Camp - St. Louis, MO
Bring your young adult to Creve Coeur Camera for a fun filled experience and learn photography from the Pros. 3 SESSIONS - 3 Hours each FEBRUARY 11, 18 & 25 Week One We will cover the basics of photography; exploring Olympus camera settings, Exposure fundamentals of ISO, shutter speed and aperture, Focusing techniques and composition rules. Week Two Practical applications of what you learning in the first week. We will have photo “sets” in the classroom for you to practice and Explore shutter and aperture (f-stop) techniques as you learn about the “appropriate” lighting on your subject. Week Three Learn the basics of Adobe Lightroom; the photo editing software the Professionals use and how to enhance your images. You will edit some Images and choose one favorite that we will print and hang in our “Photo Gallery”. It will stay on our wall for 30 days and then you can take it to display on your wall. Who should attend: Kids 12-18 years that have an interest in photography and are serious about learning from our professional instructors When: February 11, 18 and 25 @10:30am at the Creve Coeur Camera Superstore
Junior Camp - Taneyville, MO
For kids entering in the 3rd and 4th grade.
August Summer Camp Crop - Saturday - Garrettsville, OH
Summer Camps are no-frills, get-a-lot-done, fun-filled social events. We are trying something new this year! We will join Debi Morris at her campground, Traveler’s Woods. There will be no fee to crop and we will plan our potluck meals in advance. Camping is available – Campers with water/sewer/electric are $20.00/night; tents with electric plug are $10.00/night. Showers, a bathhouse, and a pool are available for campers. Optional Friday night add-on to camp. (Provide your own camper or tent, payment upon arrival.) Digital scrappers and card makers welcome at all events too! Join us for Saturday only or Sunday too.
FALL TEEN RETREAT - Shutesbury, MA
Come to our annual fall teen retreat here at Pine Brook Camp. Don’t miss a great weekend packed with fun and excitement. Meet new friends, hear messages from God’s Word and make memories that will last forever! Saturday you will have a choice of staying at the camp and playing flag football, going canoeing at Tully Lake in Royalston, MA or Rock Climbing at Chapel Ledges in Ashfield, MA.
Youth Summer Dance Camp - Jacksonville, FL
Youth Summer Dance Camp July 18-22, 9am - 3pm* Beginner Dancers, Ages 7 and up 1-year dance experience required. Dance classes include ballet technique, contemporary/modern, stretching & conditioning, and jazz. Different craft activities will be offered over lunch break. Bring your own lunch. Afternoon snack will be provided. Cost: Weekly rate = $150 per dancer** Daily rate = $45 per dancer * Extended day available 3-6 pm, $50 per week per child. RSVP your spot today! Call (904) 374-3430 [email protected] RSVP is required. NO drop-ins.
Drones (ages 12-16) - Camp Hickory Hill
Learn to skillfully fly a remote controlled helicopter drone, then race the clock in our drone obstacle course. Take your drone home to enjoy after camp! Activities like archery, bb guns, and the climbing wall along with campfires and times of worship round off the program. Wednesday: 7 PM to 8 PM Check-In Saturday: 1:00 PM Praise & Worship 1:30 PM Dismissal 716-631-5028
Teen Adventure Camp - Sequoia Highlands
Teen Adventure Camp starts at 9 a.m. on June 27 at Sequoia Highlands, which is a large camp built around 1970. There is a large kitchen and dining room and a big recreation room with pool tables, pingpong and darts as well as other activities. The accommodations are in long dorms with army cot bunks, one dorm for girls, one for boys. The view of the valley is spectacular, and the charm of this camp is that it is rustic, has lots of room and is close to Kings Canyon National Park. We take trips on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to lakes, rivers, caves and mountains up in the parks, hiking & swimming & exploring the area. We will also learn about the ecology of the area and how climate change is affecting the Parks and the central valley. While at camp we will tie-dye our camp shirts, create our own videos, fish if the pond is full, and simply hang out and enjoy each others company. Campfires are planned for the evenings after dinner. Emphasis is on teamwork and building community. 559-336-9362
Camp Comedy - Trinity Presbyterian Church
Comedy Smorgasbord, Friday, August 5th at 7:30pm Make ‘em laugh! Improvise outlandish stories and characters, don ridiculous outfits, perform standup, sketch, silent movies, movie musicals, and more! The staff will lead the live hilarity; teen cineastes direct you in original movies. Check out our past silent comedies and movie musicals at youtube.com/etconfilm. It all culminates in our Performance and Screening, the Comedy Smorgasbord, Friday, August 5th at 7:30pm. 703-271-0222
Middle School - Week 3 - Orlando Campus
General Camp Information: Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Registration Fee: $220 Includes: Five full days of camp, a field trip, activities, materials, daily snacks, and a camp T-shirt. Campers are required to bring a bag lunch each day. Where and When: Our Summer Camp will be held at our Orlando facility in our Education Center room. Campers will be able to enter through the Education Center door which is located to the left of the Business Office and Clinic entrances. Camp staff will be greeting campers between 8:30 and 9:00a.m. Please be prompt! On field trip days, we may be leaving as little as 15 minutes after camp begins. Campers must be signed in and out by a parent or guardian each day. Camp Activities: The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlandos Summer Camp is designed for kids who love animals. Campers will experience hands on activities with shelter pets, gain knowledge from educational speakers, and enjoy animal-related arts & crafts, enrichment projects, games, and much more. Each weeks session also includes a field trip, providing campers with an additional fun and educational experience outside of the shelter environment. What to Wear, What to Bring: Campers will... 407-248-1746
August - Camp Lavi - Camp Lavi
Crossover Elite Training will host a 5 day 4 night comprehensive basketball camp for young men ages 11 to 18 that combines skill development with organized play and extracurricular activities. 1 (866) 784-5950