Summer Camps in Russellville, AL
Join Mrs. Wilson for a 3-5 mile intense hike in the beautiful CVNP. Be ready for strenuous trails by wearing sturdy hiking shoes or boots and carrying a water bottle. Eat a good breakfast for energy and stamina. We will be on the bus promptly at 9am to be able to get back to school in time for lunch. Bring rain gear and be ready for some serious hiking fun. Ages 9 and above unless Mrs. Wilson gives written permission to a younger child who is capable of these hikes. Instructor: Holly Wilson, BS, Old Trail School Grade 4 teacher and former national park volunteer *Optional Backpacking Adventure Add-on to Trekking Camp After a week of trekking, some students might want to do a little backpacking trip. Students can meet at Brandywine Falls Friday at 5pm and hike 4 miles to Stanford Youth Hostel for an overnight campout. Pick up at Stanford Youth Hostel at 10:00 am on Saturday morning. Camping cookout dinner and breakfast will be provided. Students bring and carry their own backpack, sleeping bag, camping mat to sleep on, dishes, utensils, and clothes. Tents will be provided if a child does not have one. We will be... 3306661118 x469
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3 Day Morning Mindful Movement Kid Camp Ages 5-12 - Fall River, MA
Mindful meditation & yoga: Enhanced child flexibility, balance and coordination, breathing awareness and relaxaton skills centereed on meditation, creative body postures and dynamic body sequences,building self-esteem backed by music and themed-based stories. Keeping kids thinking creatively with fun arts and crafts. 3 day camp - Aug. 16, 17 & 18 - 8 am to 12 pm $50 Reservation required.
Profitable for Teaching 2016 - Russellville, AL
Please join us for a week of serious Bible study. We are inviting men aged 18 and older to come and study God’s word together with us. The men who will present lessons are all devoted to the word of God and to teaching that word to others. The classes will be designed to be a particular help to those who are preachers and teachers but all are welcome to come. Each day we we will have six sessions with each speaker having about an hour to present. Each evening, our speakers will form a panel for a question and answer session. Our plan is to have everyone arrive on Monday evening in time for supper. Our studies will begin on Tuesday morning and go through Friday evening. We have enough room for everyone to stay overnight at the camp location. We will be providing meals and snacks throughout the week. To cover these expenses as well as utilities for the facility, we are charging a $75 fee.
Kid's Summer Camp at the Mount - Colonial Heights, VA
A week of fun, faith, and friends for kids who have completed grades K-5. Camp will include: worship, Bible study, trips & more! Camp runs August 15-19, with lunch and family dinner provided. Each day starts at 9 am with family dinner each night at 5:30 pm. Total cost is $100 per child with nonrefundable $25 deposit due by June 12. Volunteers & Chaperones needed. Contact [email protected] for more info.
Teen Photo Camp! - Forest, VA
This camp is designed for Teens ages 13-18. We will learn about Exposure, Composition, Lighting, Technique, Location Scouting and Photograph critiquing. The camp will meet from 9-12 each morning and the locations will only be announced to participants. Cost is $125. For more information call the store at 434-385-8110
TCU Titan Youth Wrestling LeCenter Campus - Le Center Middle School
2015-16 TCU Titans Youth Wrestling Registration for the Le Center Campus program. 6:30 Parent Meeting, sign up to follow
Pocket Brick Monster Camp - Villa Academy
Get ready for an adventure in the world of Pokémon®! Capture wild Pokémon® creatures and train them for battle. Improve your accuracy and power as you learn new moves and use special abilities. Tap into your inner engineer as we build Dratini, Pikachu, Poké Balls, and more. Bring your own Pokémon® trading cards if you wish to play and trade at the end of each day. Show off your skills as you battle for power in your journey through the Pokémon® universe. Do you have what it takes to become a Pokémon® Master? 206-524-7009
June 6-9: Mountain Biking (intermediate ages 8-12) - Mountain Kids!
This week of riding is for intermediate skilled riders who have participated in our spring program, the beginner/intermediate camp, or with permission. Campers will strengthen their riding skills as we explore some of the great trails Santa Fe area has to offer. We will ride to some great locations to cool off and have some classic Mountain Kids fun! BIKE AND HELMET REQUIRED! 505-699-6230
PAPA Day Camp Session I - Seacoast Repertory Theatre
PAPA Day Camp is offered each summer to students ages 7 – 16 and designed to introduce, identify and strengthen each participants performance skills, self-confidence, creativity, and ability to work with others towards a common goal: the show! 603-433-4793 x115
Craig Ranch Sports Camp Week 1 - Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch
This camp is a joint venture between Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch and the TPC at Craig Ranch. Brad Ott will utilize his 20+ years of golf training experience to teach children ages 7-16 the basics of golf. Fundamental learning will focus on full-swing (wedges, irons, and woods) and short game (putting, chipping, pitching, and bunker play). Campers will then move on to tennis under the guidance of Head Tennis Pro, Andrew Kaikai and his assistant. This class will lead players in drills to help their general strokes. This class is designed to introduce beginners to the game and improve playing ability through drills, activities, and fun games. After lunch, the campers will jump in Coopers Olympic-sized pool under the direction of Head Swim Pro, Patrick Kennedy and Swim Coach, Mike Howes. This class will serve as an introduction to teach your child the fundamentals or swimming through drills, activities, and fun games. Campers will end the day by participating in agility drills and sports/fitness based games led by one of Cooper Fitness Centers Exercise Specialist. 2143831030.0
Art Exploration FULL DAY Camp - Touchstone Elementary
Draw, paint and sculpt with clay in this popular camp week. Even if you took this last year, its new every summer! Explore skills in drawing, painting, and some hands-on clay! Well fill the week with a kaleidoscope of color and fun projects! Sample different art supplies and make a masterpiece with guided instruction. Each day has a different theme such as nature, animals, great artists, cultural projects, Art Pods (free-choice time for self-directed projects like mandalas, collage and printmaking), and a mini art show on Friday! All materials included. Small group instruction. Clay, glazing and firing included. (503)723-9661