Summer Camps in Roseau, MN
No French experience is necessary! We welcome all language levels in this program, from children who have never spoken French to those who are fluent. French will be spoken all day to encourage the maximum level of language acquisition possible, but English will be used as necessary to facilitate a safe, happy, and relaxed environment for all of our campers. 2064224305.0
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Great Equestrian Camp
This is a wonderful camp to send your child to if they love to ride horses. The counselors are great and seemed to instantly love the kids. My child stayed mostly in the equestrian part and learned a lot from the instructors. They seemed to love their jobs working with horses and kids. When we went to pick up our child, he did not want to leave. He had made many friends and will consider this experience one that he’ll always remember. ... Read More...
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Blackwatch Teen Adventure: The World is What You Make of It - Burlingt
The Nightlands respond to the will of those that visit the darkened realm whether to unleash chaos or bring order. And no conviction is stronger than that of the Blackwatch. How will you shape the Nightlands? Pre-registration and costuming required for this live, interactive, story-based adventure. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $30/person pre-registration required 24 hours before event (Pre-register for both June Blackwatch events for $55) at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800. Late registration on the day of the event will incur an additional $5 fee.
Kid's Class- Little Reindeer - East Windsor, CT
Come and paint with us! Kids' Paint Class uses smaller canvases (8x10) & shorter sessions. Kids Paint Party are ideal for kids, teens & the whole family! Grab your family and join us for a fun afternoon out!! All proceeds from our paint nights and paintings benefit the therapeutic youth program at our art center. When you purchase one of our pieces or attend a paint social, not only will you be gaining a painting and experience, you'll be supporting a wonderful cause. Thank you for your support! 8x10 canvas for $15 16x20 canvas for $25
Kid's Camp - Sweetwater, TX
Calling all older kiddos. This is open to the public, for ages 7-11. Cost is $30 each July 13-16 11-12:30
Kid's Community College South Campus Fall Festival - Riverview, FL
Come visit our booth at Kid's Community College 2016 Fall Festival. Join us for a day of family fun while supporting Kid's Community College. There will be games, raffles, vendors (US!), and much more.
Holiday Kid's Camp Dec 16 - Jan 3rd - Covington, LA
Anytime your school is closed, give us a call as we will gladly open camp for you!!! Our campers have the chance to improve their skills in an environment that’s safe, friendly, fun and educational. You’re child could become the next big thing in high energy activities! If your kids live for high intensity and want to learn more than just the basics, our camps is the place to be. They can work on all their skills. Whether they play sports for fun or want to play at a higher level. Our camp may give your child that extra time needed to really perfect their game and make a bunch of new friends! Dec 16-Jan 3rd Monday-Friday we are open from 7am-7pm for camp. Pricing: Ages: 4-16 Camp Time: 7 am to 5 pm Activity Time: 9 am to 3 pm After Care: 5 pm to 7pm Hourly: $ 7/ Hour Daily: $35/ Day 3 Days: $89/ Week 5 Days: $120/ Week Lunch: $5/ Day After Care: $5/ Day Call 985-705-2910 or Email [email protected]
Checkmate Chess - Sycamore School
Instructor: Learning Through Games -- Do you know how to play chess? Never played? No problem! Are you a good player who wants to improve? This is the camp for you. Taught by the locally famous Learning Through Games group that is known for making chess fun! Camp will consist of fun lectures, recess, and enjoyable chess games! Good camp for all levels. 317-202-2500
Imagination Station - Junior Center of Art & Science
Students will explore various art forms through 2D and 3D projects. They will learn about texture, color, form, and technique. 510-839-5777
Jr. Kindergarten - Platt Park Childrens Center
This class is designed to serve children desiring an extra year of preschool and/or those who are able to thrive in an accelerated preschool curriculum. It is recommended that children be 4 1/2 years old by October 1 to participate. Enrollment is by the discretion of PPCC staff. Class meets M-TH 8:45-12:30 PM (includes Lunch). Fridays (8:45-11:45 AM) are optional. 3032827722.0
Technovators: Remote Control Projects and Game Design - Kentlake High School
Get a double helping of technology. First, build remote-control, motor-driven animals and vehicles using LEGO® components. Then, create their own computer game using Stencyl® software, one of the newest and best ways to create games for a computer or mobile device. In the morning, create "Nessie," the Loch-Ness creature, beautifully detailed versions of the the Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars®, a funny-walking spider, and a twin-motor vehicle that you can quickly transform into a turtle! Students learn about motors, gears, hinges, wheels and axles, and more! With their remotes, students race and send their creations on missions. In the afternoon, make a platform style game where characters explore levels, gain prizes and avoid enemies. Students learn level design and how to add events and actions, scoring and displays, physics, and sounds in the gameplay. See your game come to life, while learning skills that can help start your development as a game designer! Take your game home to play on a Windows computer or upload to the web for others to play. 206-466-6882
Garden Sprouts (Grandparent and Me) (AM) - Ned Smith Center for Nature & Art
Children love being outside playing in the soil, and they love exploring how plants grow in a garden. Join us as we channel your childs natural curiosity as we learn about flowers and edibles from planting to plate. This camp will include a variety of projects plus tastings of a variety of plants and plant parts ranging from roots to flowers (these are all things you normally eat.). Date: Thursday, August 11th 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. or Friday, August 12th 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Ages: 4 – 8 with an adult Instructors: Deb Frantz, Rich Frantz, Kuen Spichiger, Santino Lauricella, Beth Sanders NOTE: Choose ONE OF TWO sessions for this camp. To help facilitate the shared learning experience, each adult is limited to bringing two children to camp. Fee: $13.00/person 717-692-3699