Summer Camps in South Charleston, WV
The rookie program offers repetition and teaches FUN-damental instruction for each player to allow the player to build a solid foundation. Lower baskets are used to reinforce proper shooting techniques and for players to build confidence in themselves. Classes are fun and include shooting, dribbling, passing and the basic rules of the game. 7736851682.0
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Great Equestrian Camp
This is a wonderful camp to send your child to if they love to ride horses. The counselors are great and seemed to instantly love the kids. My child stayed mostly in the equestrian part and learned a lot from the instructors. They seemed to love their jobs working with horses and kids. When we went to pick up our child, he did not want to leave. He had made many friends and will consider this experience one that he’ll always remember. ... Read More...
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Teen Program Fall Camp - St. Marys, GA
Out of school for the week and bored? Hang out with the Teen Program! November 21: Jacksonville Zoo (bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 4 pm) November 22: Habitat for Humanity, lunch and a movie November 23: Rebounderz (bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 4 pm) Register at the Youth Center (912-573-2380). $20/day or $50 for all 3 days.
Pre-teen Improv Summer Camp (Session 2) - Norfolk, VA
This camp is open to children ages 7 to 12. Students will explore the key elements of both long and short form improvisation. The children will play numerous improv games which will serve to develop and enhance their public-speaking, social, and team-building skills. This camp will be conducted in a non-judgmental environment where the students will build confidence, make friends, and most importantly… have fun. Snacks will be provided on a daily basis and there will be a pizza-party for lunch on Friday. The camp concludes on Saturday with all students performing in a graduation show on the stage of the Push Comedy Theater. Each student will receive a Push Comedy Theater T-shirt and be eligible to perform in the 5th Annual Norfolk Comedy Festival in late September 2016. We will have 3 sessions throughout the summer. Session1: July 11th - 15th, 9:30am to noon Session 2: August 1st - 5th, 9:30 to noon Session 3: August 22nd - 26th, 9:30 to noon These are all beginner level sessions, no experience is necessary. Tution is $200 for new students (includes a t-shirt), $190 for returning students.
19th annual Flyin' Miata Summer Camp - Palisade, CO
Our annual Miata party! Track time, ridealongs, product demos, free food, technical seminars and lots and lots of fun Miata people.
Summer-Set Music & Camping Festival - Somerset, WI
Looking forward to playing at Summer Set Music & Camping Festival in Somerset WI August 14th – 16th. Tickets and Info are available at http://summersetfestival.com/
Summer / Adventure Camp Registration - Solon, OH
The Solon Recreation Department offers two day camps that run in conjunction with one another. The Summer Camp is for pre-kindergarten to fourth graders (child must be at least 5 years old and no older than 12 on their first day of camp). The Adventure Camp is for current fifth & sixth graders (child must be 12 years old or younger on their first day of camp). Camp consists of sports, swimming, activities, field trips and much, much more. The schedules and activities are age appropriately planned. A tentative calendar for 2016 will be available at the Solon Community Center or on-line after February 16. Need more information…Please look on-line at www.solonohio.org. Camper Handbooks, calendars, registration forms and registration information will all be posted on our website in February 2016. If you have further questions, please call Tracy Sullivan at 440.248.5747 or email [email protected] Camp Registration March 5 - 12, 2016 Registration for Summer / Adventure Camp will begin on Saturday, March 5 at 8:00am at the Solon Community Center. It will run through Saturday, March 12. Please see the schedule below with the times for camp registration. There is a limit of 110 campers...
Robotics - 5th/6th - DHDC
Explore the inner workings of PicoCrickets and create your own bots! Explore gears sensors circuits, and diodes to learn about robotics. Design, build, and test robots in daily challenges! 8063559547 x108
Vision Tech -STEM Play - Morgan Park Academy
MinecraftEdu& Game Design. Students will collaborate on various Minecraft.edu challenges, build Mods, and learn programming concepts. Other projects include: 3-D character modeling, story board and video game design, app creation using MIT app Inventor, and stop motion animation. 773-881-6700
1st- 8th In/Outdoor Sports & Games T,TH-AM - Maranatha Christian Schools
Shoot, jump, run and score your way to a fun summer camp experience. This camp is a fun for all ages! Each week we will play a variety of outdoor sports designed to advance basic skills and knowledge of all sports activities for the campers. This class also helps campers to learn good sportsmanship while learning about the games, and score of the sport. Theres also indoor board games they get to play and learn from. Have your child bring a friend and tell them to get ready to play! This class is loads of fun and our goal is ta make each camper a better athlete while enjoying his/her summer adventure. 858-759-9737
Lego Mindstorm Robotics - Viewpoint School
This class is an introduction to building and programming robots using the LEGO Mindstorm NXT software and Technic building pieces. Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensor; program their models; and explore a series of cross-circular, theme-based activities while developing their skills is science, technology and engineering. 818-591-6597
Field Hockey Skills Camp: Full Day Gr. 3-5 - Pioneer High School
Grades 3-5 Is your camper looking for a chance to build their field hockey knowledge and skill set with sweeps, drives, full-field passing, corner plays, defensive and offensive positioning, and field awareness? Whether they are a beginner or field hockey aficionado, join us for a week filled with drills, scrimmages and games. Please bring water, lunch, shin-guards, a mouth-guard, and stick. Coaches: One on One Sports Training staff. Monday - Friday -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wear appropriate clothes: t-shirts, shorts and athletic shoes--no sandals. Please bring shin-guards, a mouth-guard,field hockey stick, water and snack. Beginner sticks are available for use during camp. GRADES 3rd Grade - 5th Grade LOCATION PIONEER LACROSSE #1 Main St. Turf Field at Pioneer High School INSTRUCTOR One On One Sports Training