Summer Camps in Orange County, FL
This exciting new offering will coordinate with the Webb Institute. Located in Glen Cove, the Webb Institute is a private engineering college, offering a dual major in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Participants in the Sea Perch Program will build an underwater robot. The completed the robots will then be brought to Webb Institute for a day of in-water testing and head-to-head competitions that determine how well the robots were constructed and how well the human operators can control their custom-built submersible seacraft. (516) 750-3104
Orange County, FL Summer Camps
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Youth who have specific medical conditions or special needs can also have a summer camp experience. There are programs designed to bring together youth who may not fit into a traditional setting. For example, there are groups for children battling cancer as well as programs for children with diabetes. There are programs for all types of youth: from those who want to lose weight and do not want to be judged or bullied to kids who are in wheelchairs. Healthcare professionals often refer youth to such programs to help them socialize with kids in the same situations. Expert staff are...
Bake Sale For Youth Camp 7th grade and up - Timpson, TX
We are raising money for our youth to go to camp this summer. Chilren and their parents from 7th grade and up are invited to participate in the fundraiser and to attend camp. For more information, message us, on facebook, email [email protected] or call
Kids/PreTeen Camp- July 17-22 - Smicksburg, PA
Kids going into the 3rd through 6th grade in the Fall of 2016 are invited to join us for the best week of the summer. The cost is only $130 for week. Partial scholarships are available. For more information contact Pam Kirkland at [email protected]
Young Disciple Youth Bible Camp 2016 - Inchelium, WA
Come experience the blessings and wonderful experiences you're sure to have at YD Camp! Choose one week, or come for both! Camp dates are July 10-17 and July 17-24. Visit youngdisciple.com/camps for more information and for applications.
Kid's Camp - Richardson, TX
Kids enjoy amazing activities such as: Blob, ZipLine, Swimming, Archery & Riflery, Worship, Bible Study, Canoeing and more. Camp is open to children who completed 3rd - 6th grade by summer 2016. When: June 19th-23rd, 2016 Where: Forest Glen Camp Huntsville, TX Who: All Kids in 3rd-6th grade are welcome Cost: $265 Parent/Camper Meeting - June 12 from 4-5 in the Fellowship Hall.
BHT Camp 2016 - Second Informational Meeting - Powell, OH
The second informational meeting will be on Sunday, January 31st. If you are applying to be a full time counselor for the first time, you are required to attend at least one of the meetings. Also, keep an eye out on your emails for the counselor application that will be released soon. Hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas and have a great New Year's!
2016 ACDS Fish ‘n Fun Camp (6-9 yr. olds) - Alexandria
Our Fish ‘n Fun camps for 6-9 yr. old campers are designed to teach the basics of freshwater fishing through a series of games and activities as well as on-the-water experience. Campers learn casting, fish species, knots, and even get their hands dirty catching their own bait before heading out on the water at local ponds and rivers in search of bluegill, bass, catfish, and anything else that will bite! 804-272-6362
Camp - Junior Theater S2 M-F 9:30 am (Ages 7-12) - Beck Center for the Arts
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.The Junior Theater Camp is designed for all students, whether or not they have prior performance experience. Campers work with theater professionals learning techniques in acting, singing, and dancing as they rehearse for their original show. This fun performance is a culmination of their work and features acting scenes and musical numbers. Actors present the show for family and friends on the last day of camp, August 12 at 11:30 am and 6:30 pm on the stage in Beck Centers Music & Dance Building Recital Hall. Information concerning performances and tickets is distributed the first day of camp. Students are required to participate in both performances. 3 weeks; Mon - Fri; 12:30 - 2:30 pm; Tuition: $270 (Does not include admission to performances) Tickets to the performances are $5 each. Performance seating is limited. There is a 30-minute informational orientation for parents and students on the first day of camp. Lunch-time supervision provided for students enrolling in both the Visual Arts and Junior Theater Camps. ACTIVITY TYPE Camp - Theater INSTRUCTOR Caitlin Reilly Rachel Spence Russel Stich Ian LeRoy Rachael Palermo Theater Staff TBA
Girls entering Grades 1-3 in Fall 2016 - Huddart Park
Campers entering grades 1-3 in Fall 2016 are grouped in units with girls of their own age/grade and are supervised by trained staff members and program aides. Campers participate in a wide variety of activities including earning badges, hiking, outdoor cooking, learning outdoor skills, crafts, games, singing and more. 650-308-8438
Big Stars Tennis Camp - Pierce Middle School
Big Stars Tennis Camp - Ages 7 - 15 For new and experienced players. Develop and improve ground strokes, volleys, serves, overheads and more. Well cover rules, basic strategy, and etiquette. Expect lots of fun with fast-moving drills, awesome games and match play. Bring plenty of water. Loaner racquets available. Friday is a rain make-up day, if necessary. Players may be grouped based on experience. LOCATION Pierce Athletic Complex at Pierce Middle School
Little Art 10 - Cosmic Arts - Artists Exchange
Lets make paintings on the moon where the sky is the limit in this week devoted to art in outer space! Planets, droids, space ships, constellations, astronauts, aliens and martians will be the inspiration for art of galactic proportions. Exploring clay, drawing, painting, 3D construction and more, participants will complete an assortment of individual and group projects in each weeks theme, culminating in a showcase at the end of each camp, followed by the unveiling of an installation at our 9th annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival in September. 401-490-9475