Summer Camps in Sudan, TX
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This Camp Will Get Your Motor Revving
My son really enjoyed Camp Motorsport! He was able to drive a real race car and it was very similar to one that the real race car drivers use. It was sized just right for him. He was able to drive dirt karts, go carts and half scale race cars. The other activities he experienced were marine biology, which he absolutely loved, art, soccer, basketball and lot of swimming. He can’t stop talking about it. He is definitely going next summer, too. ... Read More...
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2016 CLT Teen Musical Camp presents Zombie Night! - Auburn, ME
2016 Teen Musical Camp presents Zombie Night! Directed by Vincent Ratzavong Music Direction Derrick Lacasse Choreographer Jake Boyce Producer Jen Rombalski This doo-wopping musical pays great tribute to classic horror flicks like “Night of the Living Dead,” “The Return of the Living Dead” and “Cemetery High.” Howie, Louise, Gary and Phoebe are in charge of “Zombie Night,” the annual senior class party. They locate an abandoned farmhouse by an old graveyard, once occupied by the creepy, crawly Dr. Thanatos, who tried to re-animate the dead (gulp!). Vivian and Anne show up, determined to destroy the party. (They’re sore losers who wanted a sock hop instead.) Enter a grim farmer who warns the kids that it’s dangerous to stay. We soon discover why — zombies! While the decorations go up, the zombies shuffle from the graveyard. Cosmic cannibals! It’s zombies versus students! The spoof races to a spine-chilling and hilarious finale. With a great opportunity for eerie makeup with the zombies, this bebopping fright-fest plays well at Halloween or any time of year!
Summer Youth Camp - Graham Regional Theatre - Graham, TX
Graham Regional Theatre is excited to hold their first ever summer camp for aspiring actors! Classes and rehearsals will be at The Perry (521 Elm Street) where we will work on singing, dancing, and staging for our musical, Seussical, Jr.! All roles will be played by campers ages 18 and under. Included in the cost of camp is: Theatre, vocal, and movement instruction by theatre professionals and GRT veteran performers. Camp t-shirt Script for Seussical, Jr. Costuming for Seussical, Jr. 2 comp tickets for either performance Ages: Completed 2nd - 12th grades Camp Dates: June 13 - 17, 2016 Auditions: Sunday, June 5, 2016 @ 2 pm - Any camper interested in a leading role should come prepared to sing 16 bars of a musical theatre song. Camp Hours: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm (grades 3 - 5) 8:30 am - 3:30 pm (grades 6 - 12) Showtimes: Friday, June 17th - 7 pm & Saturday, June 18th - 7 pm Cost: $125 - Register by Friday, March 11th for discounted rate of $100
Kids Camp: Thanksgiving Week - Tampa, FL
No school? No problem! We’ve got you covered. Kids ages 2-8 years can join us for a fun day of play at the Village Square! Looking for a camp for kids 8 and up? Check out Bricks 4 Kidz-Tampa, FL! – Dates: November 21st, 22nd, 23rd – Camp hours 9am-4pm (half day 9am-12pm) – Parents provide lunch & water bottle – Snacks are provided – Aftercare available for $10/hour Space is limited to 10 kids per camp day. Pre-registration required. THANKSGIVING DEAL: Book all 3 days November 21st-23rd and save 20%. Book at www.villagesquare.me/book/kids-camp.
HHHS Cheer Kids Camp - Harker Heights, TX
This is a Cheer camp for children from PreK to 8th grade. Please see attached flyer for more infomatiom
Bookmaking & Poetry - Ensworth School
Boys & Girls, rising 3rd-5th grades Be a poet this summer! Each day you will write poetry and create handmade books, from origami to hand-sewn books. This camp is for anyone who likes to write and share ideas. All materials are included. Directors: Robin Smith and Dean Schneider 615-383-0661
Summer Sing 2.0 - Valley Springs Presbyterian Church
July 13 – 17 Summer Sing 2.0 For boys and girls entering grades 5 – 8 An all-day experience, 8:30am – 4:30pm that is filled with music, singing, and electives. Improve your singing voice with group lessons and one on one coaching from the Artistic Director. Electives like guitar, recorder, musical crafts, choreography, and drama will be offered as well as our Afternoon Specials. Theme for the week, Musicals with Class. Our final concert will be that Friday evening showcasing music from Musicals and the Classics. Enrollment opens March 5. Tuition $190 (Early bird price available until May 1) After May 1, tuition is $220. 916-220-0970
Pisgah - Tree Houses - Camp Pisgah
site can accommodate an overall total of 30, but is broken into two groups of 3 cabins with beds, sleeps a total of 15 people, site has covered pavilion, bathrooms, showers and refrigerator 336-274-8491
Studio Art w/Exploring Pottery, Ages 8-9 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Exploring Pottery Elective Session I: June 27 to July 8 No camp on Monday, July 4 Studio Art Camp The American Life: Paleo to the Present This session will explore what life was like in the Americas throughout history, from when the dinosaurs roamed to modern times. Campers will go on a journey throughout a variety of American cultures and civilizations, learning about their daily lives, legends and stories, and art forms. Visits to MAMs newly installed Native American collection will be included to provide a closer look and inspiration. Travel from the prehistoric to the present in this whimsical tour throughout time. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.56.51 AM  Exploring Pottery With a focus on hand built pottery and basic wheel throwing, this class uses a variety of clay and sculptural techniques to produce creative and unique objects, including several pieces to be fired in a kiln. Using a multicultural approach, students will use ceramic clay, and colorful glazes to create both functional and decorative objects, such as pots, masks, creatures, and animals. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.28.44 AM  AGE...
Camp Brainy Bunch: Public Speaking - Mock Trial - Piedmont High School
Camp Brainy Bunch: Public Speaking - Mock Trial Our most popular camp! Campers explore public speaking through various theatrical roles in daily Fairy Tale based Mock Trials. Camp includes challenging academics, quality instructors, daily lunch through WHOLE FOODS MARKET, and outdoor recreation. More information at campbrainybunch.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lunch provided from Whole Foods Market. Menu options sent to families prior to camp. Lunch orders must be placed by the Wednesday prior to the start of camp. LOCATION Piedmont High School Room 14 at Piedmont High School INSTRUCTOR Brainy Bunch: Chris Waage