Summer Camps in Stebbins, AK
Little Red Spying Hood is a PAPA Youth Workshop Production and is an audition-based program. There is a production fee of $95 per student to participate in the production. Students rehearse on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6pm and some Saturdays from 10:30am-12:30pm. Locations of rehearsals are usually at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, but some will take place at RepNorth. The dates of the show are: February 6, 7, 13, 14 at 11am 603-433-4793 x115
Latest Review for Park River Bible Camp
Family Values and Summer Fun
Just because you're on vacation doesn't mean you have to stop your morning and evening prayers! Actually, our daughter is the one who reminded us of that and it was just one of the wonderful lessons she brought home from her time at Park River. Aside from the bible study which she was really engaged with, her favorite thing was the cast iron cooking lessons. Not sure where we can build a fire around the apartment but our girl is eager to cook for us!... Read More...
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Summer Camps - Waterford, WI
The weather outside is frightful but the days are getting longer. Time to start thinking about Summer Camp. Join us for summer camps filled with fun filled days of horsemanship, games, crafts, and new friends. Campers will learn how to safely walk a horse, groom, tack, and wash a horse, horse anatomy, basic vet care, basic hoof care, riding fundamentals, horsemanship, and equitation. See the calendar of dates below. First come, first served. Deposit is required to hold your spot. Please call, email, or text for more information or registration form. With Bethany Tuskey: June 13-17th, 8am- 12pm July 18th- 22nd, 8am-12pm Aug 8th- 12th 8am -12pm $275 for 5 days. With Stacie Rehberg: June 20th-24th 9am-3pm July 11th-15th 9am-3pm Aug 15th- 19th 9am-3pm $300 for 5 days New riders must have one lesson/assessment prior to camp.
Teen Art Camp - North Bethesda, MD
Mon–Fri, July 25–29, 9am–3pm For students entering grades 7–10 Our Teen Art Camp is back and better than ever, featuring new components including a field trip to Glenstone, the unique museum of contemporary art in Potomac, Maryland. Teen campers will explore and define themselves as artists, learn how to talk about art, give and receive constructive critiques, and create their own portfolio.
LEGO® Jedi Engineering Holiday Camp at KidZone Museum Session ll - Tru
Dates: Monday, Dec. 28 through Wednesday Dec. 30 A few spots left! Call the museum to reserve a spot. 530.587.5437 Play Well Joins the KidZone Museum to Awaken The Force in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects such as LEGO® X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets, and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire! Each day campers will have 3 hours of engineering plus additional time to play and time for creative arts.
Summer Camp 2015 - Marlboro, VT
Camp Gone to the Dogs Summer Camp is from May 31 to June 6, 2015. Registration is open for anyone who would like to attend for our 26th year. You can contact Camp Gone to the Dogs at [email protected] or visit our website www.campgonetothedogs.com. P.S. - The website is still under construction, look for some changes and updates after Fall Camp 2014.
Teen Camp 2 - Wheatland, WY
Speaker: Jon Moore
Junior High Camp 2 - Camp Witness Bible Conf. Assoc.
Bring your friends to a great week of summer camp. Activities and lessons geared to Junior High youth. 402 273 4352
Felted Slippers and Mittens! - Artists Exchange
Get cozy for winter with a new pair of hand made mittens and slippers! Experience the full process of wet felting by layering raw wool fibers, adding warm soapy water and a little elbow grease to create wearable works of art. The felting process is simple but can be very versatile which makes it a great opportunity for parents and children to work together side by side. For ideas, examples and resources visit: www.feltingsupply.com *This is a 4 week workshop. *Students under the age of 14 must be signed up with an adult. 401-490-9475
Week 3-Siberian Camp - Merritt Academy
Poppin a Wheelie Values: Forgiveness & Joyfulness Field Trip: Six Flags and Paddle Boat All Camp: Bike Rodeo 7032738000.0
Beginning Traditional Strings (Fridays) - Viewpoint School
The Beginning Traditional Strings class is for students in Third and Fourth Grade who have no experience and wish to play violin, viola, cello or bass in a traditional class setting. The class will focus on proper instrument posture, note reading and repertoire from the Essential Elements for Strings. These weekly, hour-long lessons include a snack and short break. Students must rent or purchase their own instruments. A book and other instructional materials will be provided. Classes meet on Fridays from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. 818-591-6597
All Skills Day Camp *click for description - Colorado Volleyball Camp
The all skills camp covers all aspects of the game of volleyball with an emphasis on fundamentals. The techniques and skills taught in this camp are designed to provide a strong foundation that allows players to develop into high level athletes as they continue to play. All skills will be covered including passing, setting, hitting, defense, blocking, serving as well as offensive and defensive systems. Every registration requires full payment. A $50 fee will be retained on all cancellations for any reason to cover credit card fees and administrative expenses. The remaining amount will be credited back to ones account if paid by credit card. If paid by check, the University will cut a check back to the original payee. For prompt processing, refund requests should be made prior to the start of camp. A pro-rated fee system will be in effect for those campers only attending partial days of camp. All CU Camps are open to any and all only limited by number of campers, age and gender. *Limit 1 discount per household 3034925669.0