Summer Camps in Pierce, NE
Finish your summer with a cheer. Join us in the last week of the summer at Whetstone Community Center for cheer and tumbling fun. Campers will learn the basics of stunting, tumbling, jumps, motions, and dance. Our instructors will work with girls and boys ages 6-14 at all skill levels to help them reach their goals in a safe and fun environment. They will also participate in art activities focused toward cheerleading. On Friday afternoon, campers will showcase their cheer skills in a team performance for friends and family members. *Campers are required to bring an extra pair of clean tennis shoes. Flexible drop off time between 7:30-9 am. Flexible pick up time between 4-6 pm. Breakfast and lunch provided. For more information, please visit www.columbusrecparks.com. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Payment Information Payment by credit card is required at time of registration. You may choose to pay your camp in full or make a $10 non-refundable deposit per week. Your credit card will automatically be charged one week prior to each session. Refund Information In order to receive a refund, a request must be called in to 645-7000...
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CFC Youth Camp: Revival! - Gresham, OR
Hello everyone, as members of the CFC Youth community, we kindly invite you to our joining camp. What is it you may ask? It is a 3 day, 2 night retreat for youth ages 12-21. The weekend is dedicated to creating a relationship with God, making new friends, and worshipping. We’ll learn about what it means to have God’s love in our lives, and truly how to forgive. COST: $54 Need a registration form? Comment your email below & we'll send it to you. *FOOD IS PROVIDED EXCEPT FOR FRIDAY NIGHT* What to bring: a bible a journal and a pen warm clothes, (closed toed shoes) toiletries **appropriate clothes for mass on sunday** (very important) a friend :D and an open mind :-) It’s never too late to say yes. More questions? Contact us! Couple coordinators: Tito Gilbert (5039490491) & Tita Maryann (5035107659) Camp Leaders: Matt Gaviola (5038816827) & Faith Gaviola (5038566879) Camp Servants: JD Duran (5033827440) & Chloe Tanega (5096286689) He renews my strength. He guides me along right paths, bringing honor to His name.” - Psalm 23:3
FREE 2 B ME KID'S CAMP WEEKEND - Westerville, OH
For ages 3 through 5th Grade. In a world of bullying it's important to equip our children to be strong in who they are. This day camp will focus on kindness and caring as an essential way to strengthen the Westerville community and beyond. Children will engage in fun crafts like making KINDNESS BUCKETS and BAGS OF JOY while learning SONGS OF PEACE. THIS EVENT IS FREE! Contact Karen Birkhofer to register your child or grandchild or friend's child at [email protected] Schedule of Events Saturday, September 19 @Pray. Think. Love House at 23 E. College Ave. Westerville 10am-2pm Sunday, September 20 @ 3rd Floor of Old Bag of Nails at 24 N. State Street, Westerville 10:30am-11:30am (Worship) 11:30am-1:30pm Picnic @Old Town Park 108 Old County Line Road, Westerville
2016 Dorman Youth Football Camp - Roebuck, SC
The Dorman summer football camp is a non-contact camp designed to teach the fundamentals of the game of football to rising 2nd - 8th graders. The entire Dorman varsity football coaching staff, as well as all of our middle school coaches, will be instructing players in every facet of the game, including many of the same drills done by the Varsity Cavaliers. • Camp begins Monday, June 6th at 8:00am. Registration will begin at 7:30 each morning. Camp runs 8:00am-12:00pm daily • Camp dates are June 6th through June 9th • PRE-REGISTERED CAMPERS RECEIVE A $10 DISCOUNT Pre-registration cost is $80.00 (Before May 20, 2016) After May 20, Registration is $90.00 (including on day of camp) Camp registration includes: instruction, t-shirt, daily food items including breakfast and lunch, camp photo, certificate, bag, etc. • Rising 6th, 7th & 8th graders will choose one offensive and one defensive position to work throughout the week. This will allow each player to receive more instruction on the positions he will likely play in Middle School • Rising 2nd-5th graders will be instructed on the fundamentals at every position throughout the camp -Camp games will be played daily What to bring:...
HS Winter Camp - Walla Walla, WA
Get ready for Trinity Youth's 18th annual High School Winter Camp! This weekend will be filled with good food, great friends, and whole lot of fun. Our goals for this camp are: To build strong student-leader relationships To build strong peer relationships To meet students right where they are—helping them take that next step in knowing Jesus better. Oh, and there is also possibility of having a lot of fun, too! Students and leaders will be leaving from Trinity at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 19th (dinner not provided). From the church, we will drive 45 minutes south to Meadowood Springs. Everyone will be staying the next two nights at the retreat center there. We will be back at Trinity by 12:00 p.m. on Sunday the 21st. The cost of camp is $105. This cost covers travel, lodging, food and fun. To secure your free Winter Camp 2016 t-shirt, get your registration and $25 non-refundable deposit by Sunday, January 17th! After this date, all registrations will be charged an additional $15 late fee. All registrations and full payments are due by Sunday, February 7th. We don’t want anyone—new or old—to not come to Winter Camp because of the cost, so if a scholarship would...
Arizona Motocross Camp 2017 - Prescott, AZ
FCA Motocross Camp is a unique experience of inspiration and perspiration. We build our curriculum, schedule and activities from years of experience in ministry and motocross to ensure that your camper(s) has the best Christian Motocross Camp possible. Cost: $695 - camper includes everything except a bike, gear and fuel for your bike. Deposit: You only need a $100 deposit to register online today. After you register with your deposit, you can log back into your account at any time and to make payments toward your camp balance.
2016 Leadership Track Program (Ages 15-17) - James Camp @ Mingus Springs
Camp Quest Arizona is a place for fun, friends, and freethought for kids ages 8-17. Our camp provides a traditional sleepaway summer camp experience with a wide range of activities such sports, crafts, games, fishing and campfires*. In addition to our traditional summer camp activities, Camp Quest Arizona offers educational activities focused on critical thinking, ethics, scientific inquiry, philosophy, and comparative religion. Camp Quest Arizona is open to all children and teenagers within the age range, but it is particularly geared towards building a community for children from atheist, agnostic, humanist and other freethinking families. Our goal is to provide a place where children can explore their developing worldviews, ask questions, and make friends in an environment that is supportive of critical thinking and skepticism. Campers aged 8-14 participate in our standard camp program. Campers agent 15-17 participate in the Leadership Track (LT) - a program designed to cultivate leadership skills. Participants in the LT program are eligible for community service hours. *not all activities may be available during all camp sessions. 602-492-5836
All Sports Summer Camp Week 5 - Big Easy Sportsplex
Big Easy Sportsplex All-Sports Camp will emphasize playing the right way, concentrating on sportsmanship, fundamentals, rules, hustle, positive attitude and the ability and willingness to listen and learn. Campers will participate in basketball, baseball, football and soccer, as well as kickball, and other games designed to promote cooperation, patience and teamwork. Mornings will include a fitness component designed to increase overall functional movement. 1 week $225 4 week flex package $800 ($100 savings) Enter code: 4WEEKFLEX at checkout 8 week package $1,475 ($325 savings) Enter code: FULLSUMMER2016 at checkout All savings reflected at checkout with coupon code (504) 343-1071
Wednesday Violin - Ethical Culture
Join us for an enriching and fun introduction to the violin! You will learn new tunes and play some old favorites. Together, well experience music through various games and activities and well establish a healthy foundation for violin playing. This supportive group is a wonderful place to start making music. Instructor: Liz Wright (Violin Instructor) 212-712-6230
Art Meets Science Camp - Palisades
Discover new ways of looking at art and science through various activities designed to inspire your inner artist and provoke scientific thought. Explore new concepts which support creativity and challenge the mind! Before care 7-9a @ $25 week AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION PAL Sandy Room at Palisades INSTRUCTOR Angela Thomas
Advanced Robotics with LEGO EV3-Gayton Baptist - Gayton Baptist Church
Using LEGOs New EV3 Space Challenge Set and Activity Pack, campers are introduced to robotics with a very current and real-world theme, traveling to and living on Mars! Campers will work as scientists and engineers as they progress through a set of lessons, challenges, and projects that fully integrate science, technology, engineering, and math concepts, while prompting creative problem solving, communication, and teamwork. Campers will learn the basics of gears to help them apply physical science and math principles to build effective robots. They will also progress through a series of missions in which they investigate, observe, calculate, and apply their knowledge to solve specific tasks. Our space engineers will conduct research as they explore, plan, and develop three fundamental challenges NASA engineers and scientists are working to solve: How to endure humans can survive in space; how humans can create energy in space; and how robots can help humans explore space. 678-294-9504