Summer Camps in Rigby, ID
For Premier and Travel A-team Players Drop-off is the right side car-park by the ice-rink & walk-up is the left car-park by the field Arrival from 8:45 a.m. Pick-Up at 4:00 p.m. Camp ends at 12:00 p.m. on Friday Early drop-off available 203-274-5367
Latest Review for Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
My son enjoys the staff and activities at this camp!
This 68 year old camp is designed for children from 2nd grade to 11th grade. The camp has a strong Jewish heritage which influences the activities they offer. My 12 year old son enjoys the friendly staff and the fun activities. He has grown in confidence while discovering who he is in relation to the community at large. He enjoys participating in sports, water activities, music and exploring the great outdoors. We are grateful for a safe environment where he can explore who he is... Read More...
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Teen Camp2015 - Ewa Beach, HI
June 1-5 $125 early registration/$150 if you register late
Kur-Va-Shus' Dream BIG Fashion Design KID Camp! - Cairo, IL
Join us for a FAB week of Fashion Design Summer Camp for Girls and Boys ages 9-12! Through our daily workshops, students will learn: •How to create and illustrate a fashion collection! •Build a beginning Fashion Portfolio! •Explore Careers in Fashion! •Build a Fashion Brand of their own! •Learn beginning Machine and Hand Sewing techniques! •Compete in a Portfolio Design Contest! •Plan and participate in a Fashion Show Schedule: •Tuesday 9:00am-3:00pm Work! •Wednesday 9:00am-3:00pm Work! •Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm Work! •Friday 9:00am-12:00pm (Open Lab for Portfolio Work) •Friday 12:30-4:00 Fashion Show Prep! •Friday 4:00pm-5:45pm Hair/Styling/Make-Up Prep! •Friday:6:30pm Portfolio Contest! •Friday: 7:00pm Fashion Show and Closing Night Awards! On closing night, Friday, July [email protected] 6:30pm, students will participate in a portfolio contest, and model in a fashion show all planned and created by them! Three lucky, hard-WORKing winners will win a mini sewing machine! *Lunch and snacks provided daily. *Light refreshments will be served at our "Closing Night Fashion Show!" Closing Night Fashion Show and Awards Ceremony are both FREE admission and open to the public!
Teen Impact Summer Camp - Camp Agape
Teen Impact Summer Camp is from Monday, July 20th - Saturday, July 25th at Camp Agape in Benton, Tennessee. Cost is $300, plus an additional $35 for whitewater rafting (optional). Release form for rafting is required. Camp deposit of $100 holds your spot and is due by June 15th. Balance due by July 15. All deposits are final & non-refundable. Teen Impact medical release form is required and is available on the homepage of our website. For more information contact the Impact office at (813) 264-9368 or Bill @ (813) 600-9446 or [email protected]
Kid's Summer Camp - Poplarville, MS
We have a few more spots open for 534 Summer Camp! The cost is $100. You do not want to miss out! A fun-filled week of team building activites, water slides, and fundamental CrossFit skills will be learned throughout the week! Ages 5+ are invited to attend! T-shirt and snacks provided!
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Puppet Master - Parkrose Club
Bring to life your own creative characters by constructing original puppets, and learning to operate them like a pro for the end-of-week puppet show! 503 232 0186
Week 5: Improv! - The MacDuffie School
Interested in letting your creativity run wild on stage? Then choose Improv this summer! Improvisational theatre (Improv) is any unscripted theatrical performance. Completely spontaneous and absolutely wild, improv develops stage presence and interpersonal skills! Each day will be filled with fun stage games and activities including scenarios made popular by the TV show Whose Line is it Anyway? and many more. Friday afternoon will feature a short improvisational skit for parents and fellow camp-goers. Lunch and afternoon activities/field trips included. 413-255-0000 x107
Project Camp - Camp Judson
For students entering grades 9 and up. Projects will include some major clean-up work, such as clearing brush and building fire lines, fix-up jobs, wood cutting, simple construction and other needed repairs or improvements to camp facilities and grounds. Please bring suitable work gear such as heavy-duty boots or shoes, durable clothing, gloves and rain gear. Project campers must provide their own bedding. This includes pillows, sleeping bags or blankets and towels. 6055742314.0
Spring Coed Bubble Soccer League - Whitmore Lake Middle School
Bubble Soccer Brilliantly Combines Soccer And Bubble Wrap. Come join us for some great exercise and a TON of fun! No games May 29th All players under 18 will need parental consent. 7344494461 x3057
Whats Up With Water? (7/25/16 to 7/29/16) - Aurora
Where is all our water? Is water a renewable resource? In this program participants will explore this question through hands-on water chemistry experiments and other investigations that will help explain why access to clean fresh water has become one of our WGP---Worlds Greatest Problems---and why we need to solve it. Participants will develop a website to communicate what they have learned as well as explore other technical solutions that can help us all make every drop count! (630)9075950