Summer Camps in Salem, AR
The Next Step offers a specialized program of musical theater classes taught by Broadway professionals, for aspiring performers, ages 14-17, who have had some previous on-stage experience. A highly unique program, The Next Step weaves traditional musical theater training into an immersive theatrical environment designed to give participants the opportunity to understand what its really like to be a Broadway Gypsy. Inspired by the landmark musical A Chorus Line, which celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2015, The Next Step places emerging triple-threats into a setting that surrounds an authentic audition process for a Broadway show. More than any other program, The Next Step captures the essence of Camp Broadways mantra, Develop Your Character. Each element of the 5-day event is designed to hone musical theater abilities, enhance interpersonal skills and cultivate the habit of discipline that dedicated theatrical artist need to have. Camp Broadways team promises a program that uses the process of exploring art to inspire a more self-aware young artist. The Package Includes: 5 days (40 hours) of intensive triple threat instruction across various singing, acting and dancing disciplines by trained Broadway professionals. (8:30AM-5:00PM) daily Master classes with Broadway artists Q&A sessions with industry professionals A ticket to... 212.575.3103
Latest Review for Camp Broad Rock at the South County YMCA
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My son loved Camp Broad Rock. There was a variety of indoor and outdoor activities for my 12 year old son to choose from at this camp. This camp is for children from preschool through grade 12. Unlike other camps, Camp Broad Rock has an indoor aquatic center. My son was excited to know he could swim regardless of what the weather was like outdoors. This camp offers a wide variety of other activities as well.... Read More...
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NFTY Ohio Valley Junior Youth Group (JYG) Kallah at URJ GUCI - Zionsvi
Your children can make lasting relationships with other Jewish teens from around the Ohio Valley Region! The NFTY678 Ohio Valley Junior Youth Group Kallah (JYG) is a weekend of learning, growing, laughing, and building meaningful relationships with other Reform Jewish teens. Whether it’s your first third JYG Kallah, we hope you’ll spend time with our community. We are excited to be at URJ GUCI. This is the perfect opportunity to hang out with your friends from all over the Ohio Valley and you can create more connections than ever! Imagine spending an incredible weekend enjoying the company of your new old friends from near and far. You are enjoying being Jewish with people much like you. You are making new friends, having fun, and socializing. But why just imagine? Come join NFTY-OV for a phenomenal weekend at URJ GUCI! Register today!
School Year Kid's Camp: Natural Handcrafting - Nederland, CO
Join Wild Bear Mountain Ecology Center for a day of crafting on the day off from school on November 11th. Kids ages 5-12 will enjoy weaving with natural and recycled materials, and felting with naturally dyed alpaca fleece. Featuring special guest Phylleri Ball of Three Sisters Weaving. Kids will love spending this beautiful Fall day in the mountains of Nederland, outside of Boulder and Denver. More camp days coming up on 11/21, 11/22, 12/19, 12/20, 12/21, 12/27, 12/28, 12/29 Bulk registration is $60/day Standard registration is $65/day Late registration (less than 24 hours notice) is $70/day 2nd child discount is 10% off each additional child's tuition To Register, call 303-258-0495 or e-mail [email protected]
Centri-Kid camper/ Parent Meeting - Greensboro, NC
Parents and Campers please join us for an important informational meeting for Centri-Kid camp on Wed. June 22nd at 7:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. You will then get all the details needed for camp! Please bring your medical forms back signed and ready to be notarized.
Summer Campout - Danville, IA
Leaving Friday at 1:00 (optional late leave for those attending Camp Snoopy Day Camp) and returning Sunday at 2:00 from Steele School. Staying wherever. We've reserved the whole camp. $15 per girl due to Heather Dale by Sunday, June 1.
Illage Summer Camp Karaoke Fundraiser Kickoff Party! - Portland, OR
It happened so fast! Only two months till Illage Summer Camp Year SIX! Can't believe it! We have so much magic in store for you this year at Camp! SO MUCH!! And on June 30th you have a chance to help us make that magic happen! We will be hosting a Karaoke Raffle Fundraiser Kickoff Party for Camp at everyones favorite karaoke dive bar, Chopsticks 3!! This is our chance to reunite, generate momentum, raise funds, and sing duets about it. There will be a Raffle with heaps of incredibly thoughtful and inspired Gift Certificates and Prizes for the winning! Donations gladly accepted as well! All proceeds go to the Illage Summer Camp fund and are given directly back to you in the form of temp tatts, first aid supplies, printed camp schedules, fireworks, snacks, sunscreen, floating fun islands, bedazzled trophies, friendship bracelets, s'mores and all kinds of camp-related perks. Please help us make this the best Camp year EVER! We love you!!!
Grades 1-3: Mexican Folk Art inspired Leaping Lizards with Maria Latour- with Parent Volunteer - Thornton Creek Art Room
Student registration with parent volunteer for Mexican folk art inspired painted leaping lizards. Refunds: No refunds will be given. In the event of illness, contact us for a credit. Snack: Please provide your child with a healthy, nut-free snack for the beginning of class. Drop Off/ Pick Up: Students should report to the Art Room right after school and must be picked up there before 5:45. 2483440497.0
Bird Bonanza Mini-Camp PM - Blue Jay Point County Park
Description: Learn to identify birds by sight and sound, and find out how to make your backyard into a wildlife sanctuary. Get to know other junior bird enthusiasts while hiking, playing games, and doing crafts during a week that is truly ?for the birds?. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bird Bonanza is a three-day half-day mini-camp at Blue Jay Point County Park for children ages 6-8. All participants should wear play clothes, closed-toe shoes (like sneakers or day hikers) and bring weather appropriate outerwear to each camp session. Prepare for each camp day by bringing a filled water bottle, a simple snack and applying your favorite sunscreen and bug spray. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Cardinal Room--Program Use at Blue Jay Point County Park
Flute - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
Instructor: J. Whitehead **Do not register for this program until you have secured a lesson time directly with the named instructor.** 901-435-5843
2016 Jr High Fantasy Camp - Cal State Fullerton Titan Stadium
This is an opportunity for junior high school soccer players to experience the life of a Division 1 soccer player. Campers will be given the opportunity to train with Division 1 athletes and coaches. They will be put through a typical pre-season training camp that collegiate athletes experience at the beginning of every season. Campers will be sleeping in the collegiate dorms under the supervision of the camp directors, camp coaches and current Cal State Fullerton women soccer players. They will eat in the cafeteria, train twice or three times daily and be provided official Fullerton Soccer training gear. They will eat, sleep, and play soccer for 4 days straight! Oh yeah and have a little bit of fun while they are doing it! Here is what a typical day would look like: Breakfast Morning training session Relax Lunch Video Afternoon training session/Games Dinner Free time Lights Out This camp will be for 6th, 7th and 8th graders only!!!!!! 714 906 0378
Skyhawks Tennis Camp - City of Mukilteo Recreation
In Skyhawks tennis programs, players learn proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys and serves during a series of drills designed to teach skills in a fun and dynamic way. Athletes also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis an exciting game. Due to limited court space, these programs fill quickly. participants should bring racquet, appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. All participants receive a t-shirt and a player evaluation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- special Requirements: all participants receive a t-shirt and a player evaluation. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 12:1. Particpants should bring appropriate clothing. a lunch and snack, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. ACTIVITY CATEGORY Sports LOCATION Kamiak High School, 10801 Harbour Pointe Blvd. Mukilteo, WA 98275 INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Academy