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Summer Camps in Ripley, WV

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Algebra 1 Review - Ensworth High School
This course reviews the main topics covered in a standard Algebra 1 class. Topics reviewed include equation solving, polynomial operations, laws of exponents, properties of real numbers, solving inequalities, graphing of functions, and introduction to solution of the quadratic equation. 615-383-0661

Latest Review for Park River Bible Camp

Family Values and Summer Fun
Just because you're on vacation doesn't mean you have to stop your morning and evening prayers! Actually, our daughter is the one who reminded us of that and it was just one of the wonderful lessons she brought home from her time at Park River. Aside from the bible study which she was really engaged with, her favorite thing was the cast iron cooking lessons. Not sure where we can build a fire around the apartment but our girl is eager to cook for us!... Read More...


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Kids Code Camp Costa Mesa - Costa Mesa, CA
This S. T.E.M program provides an introduction to creative computing with MIT’s Scratch programming tool, using a design-based learning approach. Creative computing is about tapping into your child’s creativity and allows your child to convert from a consumer of technology to a producer. Students will be able to “read” as well as ‘write in this digital age

Blue Waters Bluegrass Festival Youth Camp "Blue Camp" - Medical Lake,
Blue Waters Bluegrass Festival "Blue Camp" Blue Camp is a two day music workshop offered by the Blue Waters Bluegrass Festival to youth ages 20 and under, regardless of musical ability. Blue Camp culminates with an onstage showcase opportunity. Participants work with top notch, inspiring bluegrass musicians who give them something new and exciting to take away from their experience. If you have any questions, feel free to contact JayDean Ludiker at [email protected] SCHEDULE FRIDAY AUGUST 12, 2016: 9:00 - 9:30 Registration & placement 9:30 - 10:30 Meet & greet 10:30 – 12:30 Class 12:30 – 2:00 Lunch (provided) & games. 2:00 – 4:00 Group instruction and practice SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 2016: 9:00 - 10:00 Session with Slocan Ramblers 10:00 – 11:00 Practice for performance 11:00 Lunch (provided) 12:00 Youth Camp Performance on stage!

TEEN STRENGTH CAMPS - San Antonio, TX
TEEN STRENGTH SUMMER CAMPS! ABOUT: Learn the fundamentals of Power Lifting, Olympic Lifting and Conditioning. CAMP DATES & TIMES: 5 camps offered during the summer @ Alamo 180 Studio! Pick your 2 week slot: Mon - Friday, 10am - 12p. #1: June 13 to June 24. #2: June 27 to July 8. #3: July 11 to July 22. #4: July 25 to Aug 5 #5: Aug 8 to Aug 19 Each camp is capped at 12 students. Minimum participants are 6. Ensures quality instruction and quality training. ABOUT THE COACHES: Each Teen Strength Camp is led by Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, Jeff Soileau, and Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, Mark Krana. Our expert coaches will guide each student through the movements. PREREQUISITES: No prior experience necessary. Open to all high school students - boys and girls, not just high school student athletes. INVESTMENT: Early Registration: 7 days prior to camp start date, $180. Regular Registration: 6 days or less prior to camp start date, $199. REGISTER: Select your preferred camp date, register online through MIndbody.

Overland Kids Halloween Party
Mark your calendars, put on your costume and join us for a fun spooky night with all your friends. We will have costume contests by age groups, pizza and a drink for the kids, scavenger hunt, games and prizes, and candy! This is a free, safe, indoor trick-or-treating event open to children ages 2 to 12 of Overland Residents, Overland Business Owners, and City of Overland Employees and their families. Parents are required to accompany their children for the entire duration of their stay. Registration will start on October 1st and will end on October 29, or until the maximum number has been registered. This event will be held on Friday October 30 in the gymnasium at the Overland Community Center from 6-8:15 pm, with check in time between 5:45 – 6:45 p.m. only. All participants must be in costume and donate at least one can food item to enter the event. Register on Oct. 1 and be one of the first 175 overland kids entered into this year’s extraordinary Kids Halloween Party.

Kid's Clay Camp $25 - Session 2 Painting our Projects and Door signs -
Schools out and we have things to do ! Come hang with us for a few hours ! Ages 8 and up unless An adult is going to stay in the class. $25! Gets your child instructed project time in clay and a snack and a drink . Save $5 on registration when you have 3 or more students sign up . ( group discounts apply on the 3 student and up) We're only accepting 30 students per session. Well post the link on Monday . Session Two Class Details - This session student will Paint their previously hand built a bird bath and if they get done in time any bonus item we gifted them ! We're also painting door signs ! Summer fun theme ! These are indoor / outdoor ready signs cut from solid wood ( no mdf)

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Drumline Camp 6th-7th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Hake Develop your rhythm skills in this introductory week-long class to drumline. During our week together we will learn all the types of drums, increase our hand speed, learn about marching percussion, and more! Our week will culminate with a short concert that will demonstrate our new found skills! 316-771-2289

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop - Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
Tucked on a corner in the Eastern Market neighborhood of DC, CHAW has been Building community through the arts—and creating lifelong arts patrons and participants—for more than 40 years. CHAW provides inspirational and creative programming for its Youth Arts (after-school and summer camp), Early Childhood, and Adult programs; in addition to producing and supporting public art projects, exhibitions, stage productions, performances, gallery talks, and other arts events throughout the year. By encouraging and nurturing students and artists alike, CHAW delivers an authentic arts experience that leads to a stronger, more vibrant community—inside and outside our walls. At CHAW, we are committed to direct action to bridge our communitys income gap: providing a space where adults and children from different racial, socio-economic, and geographic backgrounds can learn and play together. No student is ever turned away for inability to pay: CHAW provided tuition assistance to 100% of need-based applicants in the 2013-2014 year to ensure equal access to quality arts education for every age and ability level. 2025476839 x16

3D Modeling & Printing: Machine Shop! - Pinhead HQ
Using the industry standard SolidWorks 3D CAD modeling software, students will learn computer modeling through a group project as we create a simple machine, print its parts, and then assemble it. Students will also have the opportunity to design and print their own creations as time allows. 9172258876.0

Level 2- 1st and 2nd Grade - Terrace Park Elementary Music Room
Designed for students in first or second grade that took a Level 1 course during the fall session (classes previously held on Tuesdays at 3:30, Tuesdays at 5:30 or Thursdays at 4:15). Students will continue to use the same book. 513-272-7407

2016 Summer Clinic Series - Both Days - Gladchuck Field Hockey Complex
Each day will comprise of a 3 hour clinic covering various skills and field hockey concepts along with competitive games. Additionally, on Saturday there will be a 2 hour play session in the late afternoon that will comprise only games. You have the option of signing up for 1 day or for both. The concepts covered each day will be different and the games at the end of each clinic will focus on concepts covered that day. All players will be coached by current Division 1 coaches, as well as current and former Division 1 players. Registration will be limited to the first 150 applicants and is open to players in grades 3-12. Players will be divided into skill groups based on age level and experience level. 413-504-8539

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