Summer Camps in Rio Grande City, TX
Enjoy learning Applied Statistics and Probability in a practical engineering way by case studies. Focus on statistics concepts, applications over the formula or calculations. Apply the statistics on the Robotics Science Project and other Math problems. Build the solid foundation to embrace the Big Data Analytics World. Use Catapult and Golfer Science Projects to apply the Engineering Statistics. This program will compliment to the high school AP Statistics but much focused on hands-on practice and problem solving analytics. 4087536572.0
Latest Review for Life's A Kick! - Martial Arts Summer Camp
Martial Arts for Children
You may typically think of martial arts as a boy’s activity. My daughter, however, wanted to learn this skill. We sent her to Life's A Kick! - Martial Arts Summer Camp and she absolutely loved it. This camp is designed for children ages 4 ½ up to 13 years of age. Kids learn the basics of martial arts over the course of 11 weeks. ... Read More...
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Monogram Tween/Teen Camp - Lexington, KY
Are you monogram crazy? In this one evening mini-camp you'll paint a 12" curly vine monogram for your room, plus learn to monogram a string tote bag, and try out a monogram jewelry technique. This camp is for our older crafters, ages 11 and up. $50 includes all supplies and pizza, too.
Adult Summer Camp: Sangria & Smores Under the Stars - Durham, NC
DETAILS SAVE THIS EVENT SAT, JUL 23, 2016 AT 6:30 PM Adult Summer Camp: Sangria & Smores Under the Stars wine, beer hammocks and more Doyle's Vineyard, Durham, NC @Offline Event Description Join Offline at Doyle's Vineyard for a throwback to summer camp! Roast s'mores over the fire, sip wine & sangria under a larger than life tent, hang in a hammock and watch a moonlit camp-themed movie. It's the ultimate kickoff to summer—a summer camp themed evening on the gorgeous grounds of Doyle's Vineyard. Offline is hosting s'mores around the campfire, outdoor games on the lawn and a few surprises! Each guest will get three drinks—choose between wine, sangria or beer. Take your bev to the Sluice Hammock Hangout or chill under the starry lights of the giant tent. $15 ticket includes three (3) beverage tickets, outdoor games, s'mores, popcorn and all the campfire vibes you've been missing! #get-offline #offline
Tour de Summer Camps - Simi Valley
Great bike Ride for a Great Purpose. .. 18-36-62-100 miles "have a little faith there's magic in the "RIDE"
Youth Camp Young Teen - Fayette, AL
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Youth Guys Camping Trip - Nashville, IN
We are going to be taking the guys of the youth group on a camping trip to Yellow Wood State Forest campground. If there is a Dad(s) that is wishing to attend please talk to Jason and Josh Brown as soon as possible. We plan to leave the Church at 4:00 PM on May 13th, so please plan to be at the Church at 3:30 PM if possible. The cost for this event is $20/Person which takes care of your food and campsite fees. This event is open to both high school, and middle school guys and the deadline for money and paperwork will be May 1st at 8 PM. We will also be sending out a packing list a little bit later on. You can sign-up either on Facebook or on the sign-up sheet on Sunday night.
Spring Break Youth Camp - Roadrunner Baseball Field
Check In & Late Registration: 7-8 AM, March 6 at Roadrunner Field Session Hours: Monday, 8 AM - 4 PM, Tuesday, 8 AM - 12:00 PM Campers need to bring a sack lunch on Monday. Camp is situated in the calender to help youth age players get back in the flow of playing baseball and to get ready for the spring season. Camp will consist of hitting, throwing, fielding, bunting, and baserunning. Cost includes: T-Shirt and camp tuition, Plus 1 ticket to UTSA vs. Texas State Baseball game on Tuesday, March 15, 6:00 PM at Roadrunner Field 210-458-4811
Discovering God Session #2 - Uskichitto
This two-night camp is also great for first-timers! Campers will learn about Jesus through Bible studies and worship. Additional activities: Crafts, games, archery, swimming. 337-738-4218
Studio Art w/Exploring Pottery, Ages 8-9 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Exploring Pottery Elective Session I: June 27 to July 8 No camp on Monday, July 4 Studio Art Camp The American Life: Paleo to the Present This session will explore what life was like in the Americas throughout history, from when the dinosaurs roamed to modern times. Campers will go on a journey throughout a variety of American cultures and civilizations, learning about their daily lives, legends and stories, and art forms. Visits to MAMs newly installed Native American collection will be included to provide a closer look and inspiration. Travel from the prehistoric to the present in this whimsical tour throughout time. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.56.51 AM  Exploring Pottery With a focus on hand built pottery and basic wheel throwing, this class uses a variety of clay and sculptural techniques to produce creative and unique objects, including several pieces to be fired in a kiln. Using a multicultural approach, students will use ceramic clay, and colorful glazes to create both functional and decorative objects, such as pots, masks, creatures, and animals. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.28.44 AM  AGE...
New Haven Inside Out with Phil Levine (Ages 12-17) - Young People
Explore the Arts of Greater Hew Haven; Architecture in and around Yale, Art history in the Yale Art gallery and natural history and observational drawing in the Peabody Museum. Morning classes will meet at different museums with in walking distance Creative Arts Workshop. This is an excellent class for expanding your portfolio, developmental drawing and media experiments. 2035624927 x14
College Counseling Mini-Camp for non-Derryfield Students - The Derryfield School
For rising seniors who do not attend Derryfield, students will work with Derryfields Director of College Counseling, to get ahead of the college process before school starts. Each morning, students will work on drafting their college essay. In the afternoon students will refine their college list, work on the common application, and practice interviewing skills. Participants will also have the opportunity to hear directly from college admission officers. Wednesday will be spent visiting a college campus, meeting with admission representatives, and learning how to assess if a college is right for you. (603) 721-1327