Summer Camps in Prestonsburg, KY
Join us as we take art to This is the Place Park. We will meet on location and will set-up our drawing boards to sketch pioneer-era architecture, gardens, and people in period costume. We will use several mediums including: pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, markers, and ink. This is a great time to learn new art techniques while spending time outdoors and learning about Utahs history. We will provide all the supplies as well as a VAI t-shirt for all students. You will need to come prepared with a water bottle, sunscreen (already applied), hat, and small folding chair. 801-474-3796
Latest Review for Grove Point
My daughter loves the outdoor activities at this camp!
This Girl Scout Camp is nestled in nature’s paradise between meadows, woodlands and a beach area. My 11 year old daughter loves to participate in archery, swimming, kayaking, crafts, boating and hiking. She has developed a love for nature along with improved social skills. She plans to attend this summer camp again next year.... Read More...
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Sister Pats Kids Camp 6th Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament - Westfield, N
Paddle New York Summer Camp Weekend :Black River - Watertown, NY
When the water gets low the Black is the place to be. Great playboating at Hole Brothers, and a great river running all weekend. Boaters of all skill levels are welcome. Friday: Evening: Sunset surf session at Hole Brothers. Drinks and food at Maggie's on the River. Saturday: Morning surf session followed by a river run Freestyle clinics will be available. Sunset surf session Evening: Cookout in the campground Sunday: Freestyle clinics will be available. Freestyle Competition and/or Gorge Race Awards and Wrap-Up Camping: Black River Bay Campground. We will be in the tenting area which is located on the left just downhill from the Challengers Rafting Base. Camping is $3 per night. http://www.blackriverbaycamp.com/ River Description: https://www.americanwhitewater.org/content/River/detail/id/1255/
Teen Prayer Conference - Ashburnham, MA
Teen Takeover - Vashon, WA
Join us for a special event just for teens out at Camp Sealth! In this special Amazing Race Edition, teens will embark on a two-day race around Camp Sealth facing challenges in their small team units. Choose a team name and create a team cheer to let others know you’ve got the spirit! Activities will include classic camp favorites with an “amazing” twist – archery, crafts, challenge course activities, relay races, skits, sports, trivia, and more! In the evening, your team will check in for a pit stop featuring a relaxing evening of tasty dinner and treats, games, and feature presentations, and awake on Sunday for a final team challenge before heading home.
Kid's Camp | Night 3 - Rego Park, NY
Kid's Camp is open to children entering preschool (4 yrs old)- 5th grade in Fall of 2016. Students will spend the evening playing games, singing songs, learning stories and making friends--all for free! Join us June 28-30 from 6PM-8PM at OSNY Queens parish in Rego Park. Register for FREE at the link above.
Star Wars Lightsabre Camp! - OFFSITE
Learn to become a young Jedi in this week long all encompassing Star Wars Camp! Kids will get to use high end replica lightsabres to stage battles, complete obstacle courses, take down the Death Star and more over the course of the week! The week is broken up into half lightsabre training and half other kinds of Jedi Training. Using modern Neuroscience, we use functional neurology concepts to create drills to improve campers balance, speed, athleticism, and vision. All as they get better at ?using the force.? The other half of each day, we are using stunt grade replica Ultrasabers staging epic battles between the light side and dark side of the force! For info call 650.592.1619 or email -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please pack a lunch, bring a water bottle, and wear close toed sneakers. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (Age 5-17) LOCATION PFA 835 E San Carlos Ave. #B San Carlos INSTRUCTOR Peninsula Fencing Academy ,
Boys Day Camp - Weisfeld Family Golf Center
The Michigan Golf program offers outstanding instructional opportunities for golfers entering grades 6 through 12 who are interested in improving their game at the University of Michigan. The coaches of the Michigan Golf Team will teach the fundamentals of short game, give person full-swing instruction, and address on-course strategies. Students will participate in skill contests and have the opportunity to learn on course strategies at our on- site, Alister Mackenzie golf course. We will also utilize V1 golf video instructions, Trackman Radar System, and each camper will receive a personalized report with a coaches evaluation and a game plan for continued improvement. 734-604-5506
Forest Friends - E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center
This summer camp experience starts with creative forest animal art lessons in the morning and nature adventures in the afternoon. Finally end your day with museum discovery time! *Learn all about our Biophilia forest friends by identifying mystery animal tracks, understanding how animals use camouflage to catch and hunt for prey, plus meet and greet our our furry forest animals. Pack a peanut-free snack and lunch! Dont forget to apply sunscreen and bug spray! 850-835-1824
BeginGYM ages 6-10 years - Peacock Park Recreation Center
This class will teach your child the basics from forward rolls to cartwheel logic. It will enhance your childs strength, flexibility and coordination. They will also learn age appropriate routines 7865585558.0
Late Start Freeride - Saturday - Infront of flag poles in Main Plaza
Late Start Registration - By invitation only. This registration DOES NOT include a Season Pass or lift ticket. Skiers and snowboarders with solid technical skills, interested in skiing mainly off-piste and advanced/expert terrain, looking to improve their riding in a fun, non-competitive environment. High emphasis on safety and decision-making, learning/reading the mountain, air/steeps, and technical skills. We like to hike if conditions allow, and we like to keep moving as a group. 360-663-3036