Summer Camps in Shaw, MS
This camp will use Scratch, the drag-and-drop programming environment designed by MIT, to develop students programming skills. Scratch allows young coders to employ age-appropriate analytical thinking and boundless creativity to create games and animation. You can find out more about Scratch here: / (including the embedded TED talk by Mitch Resnick of MIT Media Labs). Lets code! 816-501-0011
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This week long camp is home to children ages 5 to 16. My daughter spends 2 weeks of every summer at this camp. Counselors from all over the globe come to teach campers swimming, archery, exploring nature, digital photography, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, survivor skills, leadership skills and horseback riding. Campers also get to learn about other cultures and about diversity.... Read More...
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Teen Camp 2015 - Prudenville, MI
We are excited about our 2015 Summer Teen Camp. We will be headed to camp CoBeAc in Michigan to join in "the Next Great Detective" the week of July 20th-25th. The speaker for the week will be Ron DeGarde. The cost for camp is $300. Registrations can be found on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/brooksidesm/789881794381590/ or in the teen room. Please turn your $100 deposit and registration in to Pastor Schrec or the church office. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Schrec.
Camp KidJam at The Orange Conference - Duluth, GA
Are you joining us for #OC15? We'd love to get to know you and for others to get to know you too. Use this event page to make ministry connections, plan meetings, and share insights!
Summer Camp Reunion Weekend - Paige, TX
We just love seeing our campers and their families return to the village in February and March to enjoy Sherwood Forest Faire, and obviously a great part of that is when campers encounter each other! This year, for the first time, we would like to have an official "Reunion" for our Youth Campers and Adult Campers alike to help facilitate that. Both events (which will be separate, because we don't want the Adult Campers teaching the younger ones bad habits) will take place during weekend #2, Feb 20-21. Mark your calendar! When more details are available, they will be posted here.
Kid's Camp 2016 - Acworth, GA
Kids who have completed 3rd-5th grade are invited to join us for a 4 night camp at Woodland Christian Camp in Temple, GA. The cost is $220 and financial assistance is available to qualifying applicants. For more information, contact Sonya [email protected] 404-909-9809 or [email protected]
Summer Kid's Camp 2016 - Kissimmee, FL
Activities Include: Cooking Class with our Chef! Tennis Instruction with a Pro! Agronomics with our Superintendent! Water Balloon Battle! Putting Competitions! Golf Instruction with PGA Pros! Golf on the Course! FootGolf! Lunch & Snacks Provided Daily!
Basketball: Shooting & Offensive Moves Camp - Wolverine Camps
A specialty camp with strong emphasis on fundamentals, focusing on shooting skills and drills, and individual offensive moves. Campers are taught the valuable habits of individual offense (shooting mechanics, footwork, moves with and without the ball, passing, etc.) in a structured, non-competitive and positive atmosphere. This is a three day, intensive session. Check-in Thursday 9-11am / Check-out Saturday by 2pm. 1-231-525-8211
Field Hockey Day Camp Session #1 - Vonnie Gros Athletic Field
The WCU Field Hockey Day Camp is designed for the development of the field hockey athlete from advanced level to beginners. All campers will have individual skill instruction with play-ers of similar ability and experience. Topics that will be covered: individual/group instruction, offensive/defensive strategies, specialized goal-keeper instruction, as well as competitive game experiences in a positive learning environment. EQUIPMENT Each camper should bring a stick, shinguards, sneakers or turf shoes, mouthguard, bath-ing suit, sunscreen, and a con-tainer of water (no glass). WCU and its camp staff are not re-sponsible for lost or missing items. All personal equipment should be marked with the campers name. MEALS All campers are responsible for providing their own lunch and drinks (in a cooler). 610-436-3555
Hawaiian Hullabaloo Spring Break Camp - Stutelage Innovations
Save 30% On This Camp Until The Day Of! Join us for a tropical trip to the Hawaiian Islands! With volcanoes, leis, a luau and more, this is sure to add some excitement to your spring break. We will learn about a new place and culture and even learn how to do the hula! 7163627848.0
Learn, Train, Compete - Learn, Train, Compete
Learn, Train, Compete was started to assist in the acquisition of skills and enjoyment in the game of basketball. 2817731247.0
Dribbling & Passing - St. Teresas (9-11y) - St. Teresas Academy
This is a recreational & competitive level camp open to boys and girls 4-14 years old. Players will improve their technical abilities with the soccer ball through practicing proper mechanics of dribbling, passing and receiving. Dribbling & passing reside at the core of technical progression in order to become a skilled and intelligent player. After completion of the Dribbling & Passing camp, we recommend progressing to the Attacking & Defending camp. All curriculum is adapted to create age-appropriate sessions that will be fun, challenging and engaging. 913-387-3883