Summer Camps in Port Neches, TX
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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Teen Writing Matters: A Summer Writing Camp July 18-22 - Grass Valley,
One Session ONLY! Monday – Friday, 1 to 4PM Class limit 20, minimum 8 Students need to bring paper and pens Minimum age: 13 $200 members, $225 non members Will we sing campfire songs? No. Will we write similes about the smell of a campfire, or lengthy descriptions of that one camp counselor who wears knee socks and a fanny pack? Perhaps. Join Kirsten Casey for five days of writing delight: creating poetry, characters, flash fiction pieces, and more. We will write everyday from 1-4 using a variety of prompts, strengthening our attention to detail, sharing our work, and eating candy. Kirsten Casey is a local California Poet in the Schools, who has been teaching creative writing to students in the area for over ten years. She earned her Masters in Creative Writing from San Francisco State, and you can find her work in the anthology Yuba Flows, and her own book of poetry, Ex Vivo: Out of the Living Body. As a teen, Kirsten kept a daily journal, wrote poetry and a play, and enjoyed quoting song lyrics. She loves working with teens because she feels like a teen trapped inside of an adult, and because she never tires...
Fathers & kid self defense boot camp + lunch - Lakewood, CO
Join us for our annual Father's Day and kids workout and lunch will be featuring some basic self-defense taekwondo kicks and some fun family style. Looking for a few mom volunteers to help organize the lunch see Senior Master Black. VPs will be required so that we can properly plan the food and the activities. Grandpas and uncles are invited too! We want to honor our families
YouthPass to the Future! Campaign Kick-Off - Portland, OR
Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) presents... YouthPass to the Future! Campaign for Free Bus Passes Do you believe in Youth Power? in Transit Justice? Come to our "YouthPass to the Future" Campaign Kick-Off! OPAL's multi-racial youth program, Youth Environmental Justice Alliance, is organizing a community event to raise awareness about a campaign to sustain and expand the YouthPass program in Portland. Our goal for the campaign is to show the city, TriMet, our schools, and our community that affordable public transportation is important for youth to lead healthy lives, be able to thrive, and be successful. The youth-led event will officially launch our campaign and engage with community members and decision makers, especially in East Portland neighborhoods. There will be educational booths about transit justice, powerful youth testimonies, and cool performances! YouthPass to the Future Campaign: We want all high school students in Portland to be able to go to school and access opportunities that prepare them for success. Transit is an educational right! Let's permanently fund YouthPass and expand it to Parkrose and David Douglas High Schools! Free food. Guest speakers. Youth Stories. Performances.
Teen Winter Art Camp: Positive Posters - Louisville, KY
With the New Year upon what better way to start it out than with a positive poster to hang in your home or community! Children can create their own quote for their poster or we will provide a variety for them to choose from. We will provide a variety of creative materials as well as a few inspiration pieces. Although we do teach technique we allow and encourage the voice of each individual child to shine through. In other words, no two paintings or sculptures will ever leave our studio looking the same. We value and honor the voice and creative spirt of each individual child and encourage them to find their own creative path. **Please remember to pack a healthy lunch and snack!
Teen Camp - Alma Center, WI
First Tent Camp of 2015---Teen Camp. Three days and three nights of Tent Camp fun, including: Great friends Hobo pies Campfires Bible Times Capture the Flag Army tents and Waterslide What are you looking forward to that isn't on this list? Everyone is welcome, so use the Invite button to add your friends! Cost: $30 For ages 14-18 To register or for more information call 715-964-6176.
Afternoon Art Club Add-On - Lower School
Do you have a child who is passionate about drawing, painting, crafts and creating? If so, these afternoon session will not disappoint! Each day, campers will learn about an artist and complete an art project. Children will be introduced to basic art vocabulary, exposed to a wide variety of mediums and encouraged to acquire new skills through their art projects. Projects NEVER repeat, so sign your child up for multiple sessions! (516) 750-3104
Session 3 Herders - Hampshire College Farm Center
The Herders are 7 and 8 year olds who are ready to work in the farm fields harvesting produce, cutting flowers, and exploring life on the farm along with our traditional camp activities in the garden, tending the animals, crafting, and cooking. 413-657-0000
All Levels Handbuilding - Breaux and Griggs - The Art Center
Not all beautiful ceramic work is thrown on a wheel! We will join slabs of clay into beautiful works of art using a variety of techniques and surface decorations. We will focus primarily on functional work during this session; well make a casserole, vase, plate, and more! 970-243-7337 x2
Lo Teens - Camp Joy Bible Camp
This week is intense! The aim of this week is to have a meaningful time gathering and growing in understanding of who God is and his great love. Activities this week include paintball, swimming, camp games, free-time, chapel, worship, and much more! 2184432316.0
Cheer and Dance Camp - Petaluma Community Center
Each day of camp is designed to help girls and boys learn the individual skills to become more confident leading cheers and performing in front of crowds. Our Cheer and Dance camps pack a ton of cheer and dance fundamentals within each session, as well as simple fun routines and lessons! The staff guide the young athletes through the process of improving their individual skills, while developing their confidence and understanding of basic cheer concepts and skills. This is a great place to develop their individual skills in a fin and positive environment. NEW FEATURES: Personal Player Video, RSBQ Workouts, Confidence Builders Program, Daily Chalk Talks and Skill of the Day. For more information visit www.NationalAcademyofAthletics.com [/] LOCATION Lucchesi Turf Field INSTRUCTOR Aaron Locks