Summer Camps in Sterling, CO
SUMMER LANGUAGE CAMP: Ages: Girls and Boys Entering Grades 3 - 6 Dates: June 27-July 1 and August 1-5 Time: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm Format: Two, one week sessions Location: Laurels Lyman Campus in Shaker Heights Tuition: $400/session This camp is designed to introduce students to modern languages while they experience summer fun including cooking, sports, arts, sightseeing and ﬁeld trips throughout the city – in the target language. Your child will be immersed in language, culture and pure fun in this camp led by Laurel World Languages faculty and counselors who are ﬂuent in the language. Languages are oﬀered in an immersion setting to give campers the foundation they need to enter a language class at their grade level. While cooking tapas, crepes or egg rolls, our students spontaneously use their target language to request ﬂavors, colors, and what they like and dont like. Summer campers have such a blast they often forget that they are experiencing it in another language! Language Camps Offered: Chinese, French, Spanish, (NEW FOR 2016: German and Italian) 216-455-0154
Latest Review for Camp Tecumseh
My kids were able to experience a lot of different things at Camp Tecumseh this summer. They have the usual camp activities, but they also have rock wall climbing, archery, riffly, tube slides, a nature center, candle making, disc golf, fishing and a mini farm. My kids had so many things to do that they ran out of time. They had the time of their lives and they can’t wait to go back next summer! This was an excellent camp that I know we’ll be... Read More...
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Spring Break Kid On the Go Sewing Camp - Tulsa, OK
Boys and girls will have a ton of fun in our Kid-on-the-Go Sewing Camp! They will learn to sew several fun items to carry all their necessities when they are out-and-about this Spring Break! Cost is $175, all materials included. Ages 8 & up. We have sewing machines and tools, but students are welcome to bring their own. Class takes place Tuesday-Friday, March 13-18 from 1-3 p.m. Projects: Drawstring backpack, zipper pouch, pocket wallet/change purse, and a sunglass case or tissue pack cover. Space is limited and reservations are necessary. Questions? Send us a Facebook message, email us at [email protected] or call us at 918-742-1404.
Kick Off The Taste Of Lee *FREE * Youth Football Camp w/ Former Buccan
The Florida stingrays minor league football team will be holding a free youth football camp Kick Off The Taste of Lee at Centennial Park. This will be a fun opportunity for kids to meet the team and Coach. For more information on what we are doing in Southwest Florida go to www.StingrayStock.com
Give the Gift of Camp for Christmas! - Sequoia National Park, CA
Help send a kid to camp, donate on line at www.pyc4kids.org Help us offer a Life Changing Experience to 300 kids this summer by Giving the Gift of Camp this Holiday Season. All donations, big or small help us put a smile on the face of a child. Please donate at www.pyc4kids.org. Thank You!
Tulsa Kingdom Kids Christmas Gala 2016 - Tulsa, OK
The Kingdom Kids Christmas Gala is a benefit dinner and silent auction to raise funds and awareness for Kingdom Kids Homes. We are excited to share pictures, videos, and stories about what God has done through our ministry this past year and to share our hopes and dreams for the future! This years Christmas Gala is extra special because it will also be the book release party for "The Daring Destination" - a book written by our founder, Kristie Chute, on the story behind Kingdom Kids Homes. Ticket Pricing: Early Bird Rate: $45.00 until November 20th General Registration: $50.00 until December 1st To purchase your tickets or to learn more information, visit: www.kingdomkidshomes.org/tulsagala. Please email [email protected] with any questions! We hope to see you at the Christmas Gala on December 13th!
Falcon Soccer Camp - RSU5 Recreation and Community Education
Kick off the summer with this fun and educational soccer camp. Campers will learn about passing, trapping, shooting, dribbling, and gain a better understanding of the correct terminology and rules of the game of soccer. Campers will be divided by age/skill and participate in fun drills and small sided games. Players should come with shin guards, cleats, and a water bottle. Participants should also bring sneakers for the FHS gym in case of inclement weather. Camp Director Joe Heathco is the FHS Varsity Boys Soccer Coach, USSF D license holder, 1st Aid/CPR certified, 2005 Maine Soccer Coaches and Forecaster Coach of the Year and has over 20 years of coaching experience. PROGRAM SUB-CATEGORY Summer Camps GRADES Kindergarten - 5th LOCATION FHS Soccer Field INSTRUCTOR Joe Heathco
Summer 2016 Basketball - UMass Dartmouth campus
The camp is designed to improve over all basketball skills and general knowledge of the sport. Also to develop a competitive spirit and good sportsmanship through individual instruction and supervised competition. 508-999-8724
Camp - Visual Arts S1 M-F 9:30 am (Ages 7-12) - Beck Center for the Arts
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Explore the world of visual arts and different mediums - painting, drawing, sculpturing, mask making, printmaking, and clay-while learning about different artists. Participate in designing and creating a clay tile mural that will be displayed at Beck Center. Students also have the opportunity to create individual clay projects. This camp is intensive in nature and divided into two classes per day. Participants should wear clothing that can get dirty during the creation of art. Supplies provided. 3 Weeks; Mon - Fri; 9:30 am - 12 pm; Tuition: $335; Bring a snack. A Campers Art Exhibition will take place on the final day of camp, July 1 at 11:30 am. Lunch-time supervision provided for students enrolling in both the Visual Arts and Junior Theater Camps. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACTIVITY TYPE Camp - Visual Arts INSTRUCTOR Visual Arts Staff TBA
Stranger than Fiction SUMMIT - MONDO Summit
Our lives are filled with great stories. Make believe is fun, but nothing is more powerful or fascinating than real life. Or at least, it can be, if you know where to look and how to write with attitude, flair, and honesty. Through four types of nonfiction storytelling—the interview, the review, the essay, and the memoir—this class will explore each writers unique voice and perspective on our world. What is funny, surreal, and important to you? What gets your goat? What cant you believe? Sometimes, the difference between a boring story and one thats inspiring and hilarious isnt what you write about, but how. 9739000415.0
SC2016: Ferocious Whelk Week - Sundial
Ok, you arent thinking shells are ferocious are you? Youre thinking theyre beautiful and graceful? Well lightning whelks are beautiful and ferocious. Theyre also pretty fascinating! Lets snip open a lightning whelk egg case (youve probably seen one but didnt know what it was) and look at the hundreds of tiny whelks and the way they grow in a spiral. Lets do some spiralling art and dig down in the sand and pump water out the way whelks do. And lets look at how these creatures hunt! And for all you lefties out there, this is your shell! These whelks open to the left side while most of the other shells around here open to the right! (239) 472-8585