Summer Camps in Oskaloosa, IA
Ages 12-16. A tour of New Hampshires classic climbing areas will travel around the Rumney, North Conway, and Mt. Washington Valley area. Climb cracks, slabs, faces, overhangs, and more... Immerse yourself in learning climbing skills, camping, cooking, and taking in the view from the top! 802-657-3872
Latest Review for Rancho Del Chaparral
The focus on nature at this camp is perfect for my daughter
Since 1936, Rancho Del Chaparral has entertained girls, such as my 9 year old daughter, at a girl-scout camp. Over 1177 acres of forest and meadows provide the perfect atmosphere to study nature. Campers learn to discover, protect and advocate the great outdoors. ... Read More...
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SUPER FUN KID'S SUMMER CAMP: ZUMBA, HIP HOP & ART PROJECTS - Solana Be
ENROLL YOUR KIDS IN THIS SUPER FUN SUMMER CAMP: June 29th-July 3rd 10am-1pm All Star Dance Studio: 981 Lomas Santa Fe Dr. Solana Beach. Ages: 4-8 We will be doing 1 hour of Hip-Hop, 1 hour of different fun and creative Art Projects, and 1 hour of Zumba. The price is $150 for the week. PLEASE RSVP SINCE THERE IS LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE BY CALLING. 760-846-0289
Teen Camp 2 - Dayton, TN
With Greg Locke
Teen Adventure Trip: Camping and Fishing Trip - Chandler, AZ
Explorer or thrill seeker, experience a summer of adventure that will invigorate your spirit. Designed for teens ages 13 and up, getaways are a great way to meet new people. Learn the art and science of fishing from a true expert. We will be escaping the Valley heat by traveling north to some of the best hidden fishing holes where fishing is at its best. Participants will be provided with transportation, fishing pole, and bait. Bring a large lunch, a lot of water, your valid AZ fishing license and appropriate clothing for the weather (close-toed shoes are required). *Pre-registration is required.
The Summer Camp Show 2 Year Anniversary! - Washington, District of Col
Two years of the Summer Camp Show! Join us for one of Washington DC's funniest, most inventive comedy shows. This month will be a mix of summer camp and the holidays! Acknowledge your childhood nostalgia and laugh at it. And get ready for some 2-year-anniversary surprises!!! Featuring: Nate Johnson Natalie McGill Alyssa Cowan Romane Walters W. Cody Skinner Jon Yeager Dylan Meyer and Music From: Bri Lux Michelle Terry Glen Hawkins
Sounds of the Mountains Story & Music Festival - Fincastle, VA
Performers include: Bil Lepp, Kevin Kling, Barbara McBride Smith, Antonio Rocha, and music by Carrington Kay!
Adaptive Community Day Trip - Camp Sherman - RAPRD Staff
Experience the natural wonder Deschutes Land Trust Metolius Preserve tour on an accessible path. Visit the heart of the Metolius. Participate in a guided tour of the Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery and the Camp Sherman Fire Station. View wildlife on shady forested trails and enjoy a group picnic. We will visit the rustic charm of the Camp Sherman store, so participants want to bring money for a souvenir or ice cream cone. Bring a lunch of your own or order one from Tate and Tate for $8.50. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Experience the natural wonder Deschutes Land Trust Metolius Preserve tour on an accessible path. Visit the heart of the Metolius. Participate in a guided tour of the Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery and the Camp Sherman Fire Station. View wildlife on shady forested trails and enjoy a group picnic. We will visit the rustic charm of the Camp Sherman store, so participants want to bring money for a souvenir or ice cream cone. Bring a lunch of your own or order one from Tate and Tate for $8.50.
Football Camp-Future Stars Skills - Everett Recreation Center
For Rising 2-5th graders. The purpose of this camp is to provide basic fundamental instruction for all offensive and defensive positions relating to the game of football. Our goal is that each camper gains a better understanding of the football positions that they are interested in through various skills and drills. There will be a 20-minute break between the defensive and offensive instruction at which time snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Campers need to bring a water bottle, cleats, tennis shoes, and a bag to keep personal belongings in each day. Quarterbacks are encouraged to bring their own league regulation ball if they have one with their name on it. LOCATION Everett Athletic Complex at Everett Recreation Center
Aqua Adventures - Bozeman Fish Technology Center
Whats so strong it moves mountains, dissolves metal, shatters boulders and supports life? Water, of course! Dive into the secrets and science behind H2O and prepare to get wet as we explore our local watersheds. 406-582-0526
Welding: Advanced - Coyote Central
*Since you are now a master of the arc-bead, the skys the limit. You can create a piece of furniture, a complex sculpture, or a combination of both. Its your chance to dive into your own projects and get more great advice as you expand your talents – and have the pleasure of using our new forge! Whatever you take on, you already know what a cool week of metalworking is all about. *Beginning Welding course required! Instructor: Alair Wells 2063237276.0
SHW - SENIOR HIGH WORKSHOPS - Washington College
The Senior High Workshop (SHW) provides a fun, challenging, inspiring, and fulfilling week-long experience for teens while helping them to develop leadership skills needed to succeed in diverse environments. Through innovative leadership activities and engaging group challenges, students interact with both peers and staff to develop a unique leadership style to apply to their lives at home. Throughout the week, teens are encouraged to set goals and are given the tools to achieve them. Additionally, the students meet other teens from around the state and have the opportunity to form life-long friendships with each other. The SHW staff strive to empower teens to be the leaders they want to be in their community and agents of positive change in society.ELIGIBILITY For students entering Grades 9th -12th during the 2016-2017 school year 301-444-8623