Summer Camps in San Luis, AZ
Extended Care Come join C3Sunshine as we celebrate our 2nd birthday this Spring break! C3sunshine is a fun and engaging day camp, for K-8 students, that encourages campers to explore a wide variety of experiences to enrich their lives. Our main goal is to get campers active and excited about engaging in positive activities that help support a developing child. Through the use of play; games, song, dance, creative writing, team building and many more activities, our campers gain valuable skills that foster confidence and imagination. We can?t wait to see you. Registration can be completed at the Veterans Memorial Park main office. It is located at 4117 Overland Ave. Culver City. Phone is 310-253-6650 If you would like to speak with me, Adan Pulido, Director of C3sunshine just call (310)733-6826 or email me at LOCATION Lindberg Stone House
Latest Review for Summer Reading Programs at Lewiston City Library
Develop a Child’s Passion for Reading
If you want to help your child fall in love with reading, send them to the Summer Reading Programs. My 8 year old daughter reported the camp makes books come to life. Every year they pick a theme, and coordinate fun books that correspond to the theme. They also host activities for children to participate in. This help books come alive, and helps kids find a passion for reading.... Read More...
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Home for Christmas: Kid's Cooking Camp - Medina, OH
Home for Christmas : Kid’s Cooking Camp Cooking Class at Cool Beans Café: 3 days 1. Tuesday, December 20th 10:30am to Noon Marshmallow Mix! 2. Wednesday, December 21st 10:30am to Noon Gingerbread Sandwich Cookies! 3. Thursday, December 22nd 10:30am to Noon Candy Cane Lane! $25 per child, per class. $45 for 2 classes, $65 for 3 classes. Cost due at time of registration. No refunds for cancellation, unless someone can fill the reservation. Register by calling Jennifer at 440.263.5282 or emailing [email protected] For a complete list of classes, visit COOLBEANSMEDINA.COM
Teen Camp - Newton, TX
Information and details will be posted to this event to keep campers and parents informed!
Environmental Art Camp (VSA Tennessee partnership) - Gallatin, TN
Environmental Art Camp is a program created specifically for individuals with disabilities over the age of 13 who are interested in the environment and have a love of art. The camp will be under the direction of VSA Tennessee teaching artist, Dee Kimbrell. During the camp, the young people will learn about environmental issues and their effect on our national parks. Participants will create their own tunnel books that reflect ecosystems within the parks. They will also create a larger tunnel book specific to the Smoky Mountain National Park. This book will be given to the park as a 100th anniversary gift at Tremont in October. The book will remain on site as an educational tool. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis to the first 20 who register. Registration available by email at: [email protected]
Men for God first annual Teen Retreat - Merkel, TX
First annual teen retreat.
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)
Tennis 3 - Brigham Young University
Join BYU mens tennis head coach Brad Pearce for a week of incredible tennis! Learn strategies, tactics and techniques through drills, on-court instruction and singles and doubles play. Players will receive instruction on the fundamentals of all major strokes and will practice these strokes through feeding, live-ball drilling and competitive match-play. Students will hone their skills as they have an opportunity to advance through each of five stations that are set up to practice every aspect of their game. They will also have an opportunity to improve their fitness and participate in competitive off-court games that focus on enhancing their flexibility through stretching, agility and endurance. In addition, they will play competitive matches in both singles and doubles. This is excellent preparation for anyone interested in participating in high school tennis or preparing to compete in USTA leagues and/or tournaments. On Friday of each week, all participants will play in an individual singles tournament against players that are at their level. Trophies are awarded for the winners and runner-ups, but all will play multiple matches. The camp concludes after the tournament on Friday with an awards ceremony. The ceremony begins at 1 p.m. and ends at 1:30 p.m. for those... 801-422-5724
Little Art 10 - Cosmic Arts - Artists Exchange
Lets make paintings on the moon where the sky is the limit in this week devoted to art in outer space! Planets, droids, space ships, constellations, astronauts, aliens and martians will be the inspiration for art of galactic proportions. Exploring clay, drawing, painting, 3D construction and more, participants will complete an assortment of individual and group projects in each weeks theme, culminating in a showcase at the end of each camp, followed by the unveiling of an installation at our 9th annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival in September. 401-490-9475
April Vacation: Princess Week - Barn Second Floor
Has your little one ever wanted to be a Princess? This week is tailor made for them! We will learn princess etiquette, read princess stories, sing, dance and make a princess craft. The week will end with a special tea party where you can invite family and friends and meet real live princesses! Perfect for age 4-6. No class April 18th due to Marathon Monday. Instructor: Melissa Ennulat 508 435-9222
Camp Gulls: Week 5 - Warren-Walker La Mesa Campus
DAILY ACTIVITIES: Camp Gulls action-packed program features a variety of daily and weekly activities. Students are divided into age-appropriate groupings and are provided a dynamic schedule that balances academic, athletic, and artistic pursuits. Each week will have a theme that ties classes and field trips together. While the theme is the same for all age-groups, the individual classes and field trips may differ. Extended Care & Point Loma Bus (if needed) are included in the camp tuition. THIS WEEKS THEME: Mystery & Magic Classes and activities, such as Super Sleuths, CSI, Mythology, Mystery Theatre, Secrets of Coding, Magic Made Easy, and Scavenger Hunts will all inspire curious campers! SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Professional Magic Show - Amazing Dana! (all grades) (619)223-3663
SoCal Youth Tri Series Event #3 Kids Spring Sprint Triathlon Prerace Clinic - South Shores Park, Mission Bay
Our USA Triathlon Certified Coaches will be sure your child is well prepared for their kids triathlon! We will practice swim, bike, run and transition skills right in their race course! Healthy post event refreshments and race goodies too! Each child earns 1 point towards series awards for participating in the clinic! EVENT DETAILS AND SCHEDULE An email will be sent to all participants the week of the clinic with all the details. Clinic starts at 2:30p-4:30p, at Race expo site.