Summer Camps in Sidney, MT
Woodland Camp is our foundational primer for camping, safety and discovery. Are you ready for an epic adventure? Built your own fire? Made a home to keep you dry? Or ever carved wood? Well cook on fires, harvest wild edibles, make rope, tie knots and learn many other essential skills. Well also play our favorite outdoor games for a healthy dose of unmatched fun. Day campers are also welcome to stay for our Thursday night closing campfire, which runs until 8:45pm. Campers are assigned to a cabin, so become acquainted with camp life, and feel just as connected to camp as our overnight campers. Day campers should plan to bring a bathing suit and towel each day. They also should bring one blanket and pillow to use on their bunk during rest hour. Our Woodland Camp runs Monday – Friday, from 8am to 5pm. (802) 490-5550
Latest Review for Windsor Mountain International
Windsor Mountain International summer 2014 review
My twins stated that this camp was beyond awesome and they still haven't stop talking about Windsor Mountain International Camp . The Ellis twins will be there for the summer of 2015 and beyond. I am a registered nurse and I felt my children were in safe hands.... Read More...
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NubAbility #dontneed2 All Sport Summer Camp - Du Quoin, IL
5th ANNUAL #dontneed2 ALL SPORT SUMMER CAMP Golf, Swimming, Archery, Fishing, Baseball, Softball, Football, Soccer, Track & Field, Basketball, Volleyball, Cheer & Tumbling, Grappling (Wrestling & BJJ), Dance, Bully Proof Training & STRONG sessions. *NubAbility Kids "Play the best with less and WIN!" *This event is open to congenital and traumatic amputee youth, ages 4-17 who want instruction, motivation and mentoring in mainstreamed competitive sports. *All participants must be independently mobile either with or w/o prosthetics. *Under the coaching of over 50 accomplished limb-different athletes, campers will choose from 11 focus sports and experience competion ready instruction in fishing and archery also. *Campers receive age and skill level appropriate coaching, in fundamental to advanced skills, adaptive technique and scrimmage experience in each sport they participate in. *Sibling Sessions have a cap of 70. No Exceptions. PLEASE NOTE: Participating 1. Must have finished the first grade. 2. Be Sport Minded. 3. Take Coaching Instruction well. Separate Session Registrations! Non-Participating Siblings must register as such. No age limit. No activities provided. Must be with parents AT ALL TIMES. *Meal plans for camp are available for purchase and are limited to the first 70 families. Mealtime options off camp property are plenty...
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Campfield Youth Yard Sale and Biscuit Breakfast - Ellenboro, NC
A Yard Sale and Biscuit Breakfast to support the CMBC Youth Mission Trip to Myrtle Beach this summer. So, come out and find those unique finds at our yard sale and also enjoy breakfast! Biscuits include Country Ham, Livermush and Sausage. Beverages available will be Soda, Juices, Milk and Coffee. Invite your friends and let's make this a successful event!
YWCA Elmira and the Twin Tiers & The Elmira Jackals Stick Up for Kids
Stick Up for Kids Anti-Bullying Campaign Come support the Elmira Jackals and the YWCA Elmira and the Twin Tiers as we fight the battle against bullying. $5.00 from every ticket will return to the YWCA Adults - $15 Kids - $12 If you have any questions please contact Anthony Novakowski [email protected] or Kim Stanton [email protected] or 607.733.5575
Life Teen's Camp Golden State - Bakersfield, CA
1 week at Camp for high school students. We have spots for 6 people. Deposit is $100 by Sept. 30th. Total Cost is $600 for the week.
Canoe Adventure WIN4 - Camp Winacka
Canoe believe it? Youll paddle on the camp lake, work on stroke development and hone your steering technique, then plan a trip to a local lake to camp out and practice what youve learned. And youll still have plenty of time for Winacka fun like the high ropes challenge course, archery range or hikes to Sunset Rock. Not eligible for Cookie Camp. Rustic cabin accommodations. 619-610-0821
Spring Break Advanced Junior Golf School - Charleston Municipal Golf Course
Spring Advanced Junior Golf School Ages: 13-17 $75 Registration Fee Monday, March 28th – Thursday, March 31st 1:00pm -3:30pm This Golf School will focus solely on instruction and fundamentals of executing each golf shot. Video analysis of each shot will be recorded and reviewed and sent to the student for future review. Each student will understand their flaws and what to practice to improve them based on their goals. This class will have advanced instruction techniques but is acceptable for all abilities. Each student will leave school with a better understanding of their golf swing and what it take to improve to reach their goals. Camp Instruction led by PGA Master Instructor Boykin Powers. Daily Instruction will include: • Monday -Introduction, Interview, Personality Assessment and Putting Fundamentals • Tuesday -Pitching, Chipping and Sand Fundamentals • Wednesday -Pitching/Half Swing Review and Full Swing Fundamentals • Thursday -Full Swing Woods 843-720-2424
Eagle Foundation - Eagle Foundation
The mission of the Eagle Foundation is to supplement the academic, cultural, athletic, and activity programs of the Cumberland Valley School District by offering, supporting, or underwriting experiences that enrich and enhance the lives of the young people and adults of our community. 717-645-7315
Ice Skating Summer Fun Camp: Extended Care - Cabin John Ice Rink
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Extended care is offered before and after camp at Cabin John Ice for the Summer Fun Ice Skating Camp. Individual days ($8 per morning session, $12 per afternoon session) can be arranged and paid for in person at the rink, space permitting. Late pickup fee is $5 for each 15 minutes. Before-camp extended care (8am-9am) is also open to children registered for Outdoor Adventure Camp on applicable days. SECONDARY CATEGORY Ice Skating LOCATION Cabin John Ice Party Room #3 at Cabin John Ice Rink Cabin John Ice Party Room #2 at Cabin John Ice Rink Cabin John Ice Party Room #1 at Cabin John Ice Rink
Latin and Greek Cognates - Morgan Park Academy
It is estimated that 60% of the terminology college students will face come from words formed from ancient Greek and Latin affixes and root words. Knowing how to break down a word which has been formed from Greek or Latin can help a student not only build a working vocabulary, but also help a student construct a basic meaning for a new or unfamiliar word. Students who learn this skill see their vocabularies grow and their anxiety lessen. As students who enter college are faced with not only increased amounts of reading, but also increased difficulty in those readings, having the skill to navigate these readings, assignments, and exams makes academic success much more easily attainable. Our summer class will investigate and analyze Greek and Latin cognates so that students may increase their vocabulary and learn how to decode an unfamiliar word, providing a vital foundation for testing, reading, and writing confronted in upper school and university academic life. 773-881-6700