Summer Camps in Palm Valley, TX
Where: NDP main gym About: NDP girls basketball camp teaches young players the fundamentals of the game. Those new to the sport will learn the skills of ball handling, shooting, passing, rebounding and defense, while more experienced players will be challenged to further develop their competency in those areas. While great focus is paid to individual skill work, ample time is devoted to a variety of competitions. Running the camp is NDP coach Kathleen Offer, who played collegiately at Yale and has coached in the Fighting Irish program for eight years. The entire staff, which includes current NDP girls basketball players and coaches, is dedicated to challenging the campers to the best of their ability while they have lots of fun with old and new friends. Please note our new cancellation policy. A 50% fee of the cost of the camp shall be applied to an individual who cancels. What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, basketball shoes, socks and water bottle. All participants must register online. No paper applications are accepted.* 248-373-5300
Latest Review for Camp Jeanne d'Arc
Awesome Camp for Girls
I went to CJDA every summer growing up, and now my girls attend every summer. I love it because they’re learning how to interact with other girls. With all of the back-biting and bullying you hear about in schools nowadays, I believe that CJDA works to counteract that. Girls at this camp learn to love and appreciate other girls. They learn to work together, have fun together and they learn to appreciate each other. I could not have asked for a better camp experience and... Read More...
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Alto Frio Area Youth Camp - Leakey, TX
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Summer Camp Expo - Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Find the perfect summer camp(s) for your child! Get information on all the fun things there are to do this summer and meet over 30 great camps in our area while enjoying live entertainment, carousel and train rides, crafts and face painting. There will be live kids rock band performances from Live Music Community. Also, JupiterBounce.com will be there with some bouncing fun for the kiddos. This free event is brought to you by Macaroni Kid of Palm Beach Gardens- Jupiter in conjunction with Downtown at the Gardens and charity partner Resource Depot. Proceeds from the carousel and train rides benefit Resource Depot. The event will take place on Saturday, March 5, 2015 at Downtown at the Gardens, 1701 Lake Victoria Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 from 11-3pm. This is a free event and open to the public. Participating camps include ABBY'S Performing Arts Coaching, Aloha Surf Camp, Aquanuts, APEX Summer Camp, Armory Art Center, Blue Water School of Surfing, Blueline Surf & Paddle Co., Bluffs School and Mirasol School, Bootz Cultural Arts Center, Cool Beans Indoor Playground & Cafe, Dive In Snorkeling and Adventure Camp, Florida School for Dance Education, Gym Like This, Home Away From Home, i9 Sports,...
New Jersey's Insurgent Youth join NYCOG Youth Camp - Matawan, NJ
Due to an administrative oversight on the part of Ministerio Bethel Internacional, we have been forced to modify our plans regarding this summer's youth camp. Although we had reserved the dates last September, somehow MBI has given away our reservation to another group. All that being said, we have decided that as opposed to trying to reschedule our own camp at this point, instead New Jersey's Insurgent Youth Camp will join force's with New York's Youth camp which is held at the same facility. However, as opposed to the camp being held July 5-9, it will now take place on August 8-13. The good news is that this change will result in a reduced price for all who attend. The set price for the camp is $225 and as opposed to our previous rate, the price will include an additional day at the campsite. As far as registration goes, all applications should still be sent to New Jersey Youth and Discipleship at 147 Lower Main Street, Matawan, NJ, 07747. We have an arrangement with the New York State Office and will make our payments to them from the applications we receive. Although the circumstances are not as I would have liked to see them, the...
Kid's Summer Art Camp at SCGA: July 18 - July 22 - Sumter, SC
Mon, July 18, 2016 - Fri, July 22, 2016 Summer Art Camp at the SCGA Morning Classes: 9:00am - 12:00pm: Print It! Stamp It! Stomp It! (Ages 4-7) Our youngest artists will have an exciting time becoming printmakers. Students will engage in group activities designed to promote teamwork and creative thinking through the creation of a collaborative class project, will make their own stamps and printing plates, use an etching press and have a stomping good time with Miss Marjorie! Storytellers (Ages 4-7) Storytelling helps students improve their language skills, instills a love of reading and stirs imaginations. In this first-time class, talented professor of visual art Jennifer Pepper will guide students through painting, drawing and mixed media activities based on a variety of classic and contemporary children’s stories. Sculpt This! (Ages 8-12) Students will explore sculpture by examining the distinct ways artists have explored 3D forms throughout history. We will examine a variety of materials used by sculptors and learn techniques that artists use to communicate their ideas and feelings in three dimensions and get inspired to create their own! Afternoon Classes: 1:00pm - 4:00pm: Youth Pottery (Ages 8 & up) In one of our most popular summer offerings, students will have the opportunity...
Teen Camp 4 - Grass Valley, CA
Speaker: Aaron Young Cost: $360
Minecraft 3D Adventures– Ages 6-8 - Goleta Presbyterian Church
(no experience needed) Think Minecraft is just a video game? Think again. Create, explore, and put your problem-solving skills to the test. Lets pretend youre alone in a mysterious new world, full of hidden dangers. You have only minutes to find food and shelter before darkness falls and the monsters come looking for you. What do you do? What we teach you might just save your life! Learn how to find resources; make a shelter; craft tools, armor, and weapons, and protect yourself from monsters. Campers also create their own adventure map as design, production, and test playing guide them. Campers learn how to work as a team as they take on the real-world jobs of programmer, game designer, artist, and architect. There are two modes of the game. The scenario above describes the survival mode. There is also a creative mode where there are no monsters and you will be able to fly around and have unlimited resources to build amazing creations and buildings. What kind of adventure you choose will be up to you! NO Minecraft account is needed for THIS CAMP as we have licenses ready for use. Just come and learn the basics, as well as... 805-570-1988
Minecraft Modding Camp, week 1 - Encinitas Library
Why just play Minecraft when you can create Minecraft? IN this camp designed for quick learners or those with block-based coding experience, campers will learn how to code in Java by making a mod for Minecraft! This is professional, text-based coding. Create and then craft a sword out of mushy bananas or spawn a flying golden cow! Make the full transition from player to content creator! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Computer Coding and Minecraft Camp will be held in the Computer Lab of the Encinitas Library. ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Camps LOCATION Encinitas Library Computer Lab INSTRUCTOR Code To The Future
Week 4 - Kickers Camp - Whitby School
Arrival from 8:45 a.m. You can drop off in the front lot and walk onto the field Pick-Up at 11:00 a.m. from the field 203-274-5367
SINGLE DAY Baseball/Softball Camp Week 1 - June - Wingate Baseball Park
**THIS LISTING IS TO PURCHASE SINGLE DAYS TO BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CAMP ONLY. Do Not select this option if you are attending the full week of camp. Please select your days in the "session options" section during registration. It will add $60.00 to your bill for each day you select. The camp is not $0. That is there so that your price can be totaled after you select the number of days you would like to attend.** Camp Features: •Professional & Collegiate Instructors •Player Evaluations •Lunch Provided* •T-Shirts •Games & Prizes Camp Topics: •Hitting •Throwing •Fielding •Pitching •Catching •Baserunning •Speed/Agility MONDAY - THURSDAY 9am - 3 pm FRIDAY 9am - 12pm Campers will be grouped by age/skill level. Lunch will NOT be provided. Water & drinks will be available. Extended hours available for additional fee. 904-219-8417
Camp Polliwog - Zoo Crew - OFFSITE
Campers will explore their imaginations each day with lots of fun-filled activities that center on each weeks theme. Activities may include games, story time, crafts, experiments, special guests, music, outdoor play and playground opportunities. Can you run faster than a tiger or leap further than a lemur? Be like a monkey and hang out with us as we discover adventures in nature and participate in animal relay races! Slither, slide, creep, crawl, and waddle around to discover who in the zoo runs, swings, and climbs the best! *Wildlife Presentation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Campers must wear good play sneakers and bring a lunch each day, snack will be provided. Campers must be potty trained. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Preschool (Age 0-6) LOCATION Stulsaft Park, 3737 Farm Hill Blvd. INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff ,