Summer Camps in Sterling, CO
Ages 6 - 8 Cricket is growing day by day in the USA, it is an exciting sport, easy to learn and fun to play. In our First Play Cricket Camp, Children will develop the basic skills and fundamentals of the game in a positive learning environment. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No residency restrictions. For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation and Community Services at 609-799-0909 ext. 1719. All registrations must be done online or in-person. Registrations will not be accepted over the phone. Please note: ALL paid programs and activities are subject to a $2.75 transaction fee. ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Camps LOCATION West Windsor Community Park INSTRUCTOR Nicola Sichi
Latest Review for Navajo Trails Adventure Camp
My son met lots of new friends at this camp
My 10 year old son can’t wait to sign up for this camp again next year. He is an active boy who loves to try new things. He learned how to canoe, hike and shot archery. He also enjoyed played sports with campers who also like physical activity. He still keep in touch with many of his camp friends, and they all plan to sign up for the same week to be reunited again. ... Read More...
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2015 Teen Hayride and Campfire Service! - Fairmont, NC
Just $5.00 per person and that will include a simple hotdog dinner. Primarily for 7th-12 graders. Come join us for our annual Teen Hayride and Campfire Service! We will enjoy a few of the camp activities and reunite with many of the friends from summer camp then settle down for a special time of worship around the campfire by the lake!
MLK School's Out Kids Camp - Tampa, FL
No school? No problem! Join us for camp for half or full day on Martin Luther King Day - Monday, January 16th! Space limited to 12 kids. Pre-register here: http://www.villagesquare.me/book/kids-camp
NYI Teen Camp - Back 2 Basics - Lake Nebagamon, WI
Cost: $150 Registrations and $50 deposit due by July 1st Speaker: Jordan Lingle Worship: A City On A Hill
Dorothy Campion Corcoran Fall Lecture Featuring author Katie Hurley of
Camp7TEEN - Medford, OR
“We are too young to realize that certain things are impossible... So we will do them anyway.” -William Wilberforce There is a generation of young girls CRYING OUT, "Where do I belong? Why am I alive? Who can I trust? Who will fight for me? Who sees me? They starve themselves to look like the beautiful woman on the screen. They cut themselves in order to control their emotional pain. They use food to cope with the chaos of life. They strive for athletic prowess in order to be seen. They hope each social media "like" will validate their worth. YOUR daughters are being driven to conformity and crushed by comparison. They believe in order to fit in, they must look like everyone else, when in fact, it's the uniqueness of who they, their dreams, gifts, callings and passions that will set them apart as women who will change the world. Their dreams are being silenced and reshaped by the voice of society to compliment the direction of culture. The labels of life are drowning their dreams. Hi, we are Shantell Dayton and Lu Crenshaw, we want to throw your daughters a lifeline of CONFIDENCE and TRUTH about who they really are. Let's be honest, being a...
Spring Break Monday Open Workshop - Huck Finn School
Spring Break Open Workshop Days are a fun way to spend time off of school while staying inspired and productive! All projects are age and skill level appropriate. 8439866136.0
Tap for Beginners (Youth) - The Little Theatre of Alexandria
This course is designed as an introductory course for children who are interested in trying tap for the first time or would like to work on their technique and tap vocabulary. In this class the students will learn the basics of the American Musical Theatre tap dance style, as well as choreography to at least one song. Students will learn basic tap terminology along with tap performing techniques which will provide the student with a well-rounded knowledge of tap dance. This class is designed for 2nd-8th grade students. INSTRUCTOR MICHAEL PAGE graduated from Christopher Newport University with a Bachelors degree in Theater, focusing on Musical Theater Performance, Directing, Dance/Choreography, and Lighting. He has been very active for the past 10 years in the Alexandria theater community, working with theaters such as; MVCCT, PCP, ACCT, and LTA. He has directed, choreographed, and fight choreographed children and adults alike. He has a passion for teaching the performing arts in a logical way, while inspiring creativity and individual expression. 7036835778 x2
Position Camp - Memorial Coliseum
This one-day intense camp is designed for fundamental skill development at the position of your choice. Players can sign up as a libero, outside attacker, middle attacker, or setter. Players will get the opportunity to work on the offensive & defensive portions of their position, and fine-tune their skills before the upcoming fall seasons! On your registration, be sure and denote which position you would like to focus on. All groups will receive maximum repetitions through drill work and competitions. Different positions will train separately and combined at different points throughout the day, allowing the campers to be challenged and improve in as many situations as possible. 859-257-2532
ROVs & Marine Debris - NESS
Work in teams to design and test a remote operated vehicle (ROV). Learn about the impact of marine debris and the influence of currents and gyres. Take the ROV Marine Debris Challenge to outfit your ROV with the ability to gather any marine debris in its path. Perform a beach clean-up, create a clean debris sculpture, and enter your debris findings into a nationwide data base. *No class April 22* 860-535-9362
Fundamentals of Acting with Randi Klein - Sol Acting Academy Performance Space
Similar to Acting Technique One this class gives a strong foundation to acting, whether working on camera or on stage. The fundamentals of what it takes to be an actor are explored using games, processes, script and monologue work. Appropriate for beginners as well as those with experience. Randi blends numerous techniques gained over a lifetime of acting training and professional work. 505-881-0975