Summer Camps in Texarkana, AR
The brand new musical - which opened this season on Broadway - follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school and ends up turning his class into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. SCHOOL OF ROCK is produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who composed 14 songs to create the score, which also features all of the original songs from the movie. Ohlook has been granted a special license to perform this show while it is still performing on Broadway! Come join us and add a Regional Premiere to your resume! Performances: April 15 - May 1 Rehearsal Schedule will be set after auditions. You must audition during our Spring Auditions (Jan. 22, 23, or 24) to be considered for this show. See our auditions information on our website or email 817-421-2825
Latest Review for The Museum of Flight (ACE)
Aeronautics Camp for Youth
The Museum of Flight (ACE) was my 12 year old son’s dream come true. I feel very blessed to have found an entire camp that was designed to explore the science of aviation. This camp is for boys and girls from kindergarten through ninth grade. If your child loves airplanes, astronauts, outer space and similar topics, they will love this camp.... Read More...
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Excel 2017 - Youth Bible Conference - Jones, MI
Join us for a weekend of Bible teaching and fellowship. Our speaker is Jamie Martin from Sudbury, Ontario All meals, snacks and lodging are included. Married couples are welcome to attend, but no nursery care is provided. Please find other accommodations for your young children. Nursing infants are welcome. Registration begins at 5:30 PM Friday. 1st Session at 7 PM. * No meal on Friday, but a snack is provided later in the evening. For questions, call (616) 799-1351 or (616) 799-3077 What to Bring: Bible, Notebook, Alarm Clock, Outdoor Clothes, Sleeping Bag, Pillow, Towels & Toiletries. For Maps and Camp info, visit www.BLBC.com
7th-8th Grade ECYD Retreat - Dahlonega, GA
Calling all 7th and 8th Grade Challenge members and friends. Join us for the 2016 ECYD Retreat and discover your worth! Cost: $180 (Note: Retreat cost included in Pinecrest Academy Challenge registration fee) Registration opens Oct. 1st on rcatlanta.org
Kid's Dance Camp - Durham, NC
What’s Up Above? Kid’s Art Camp Exploring Clouds, Birds, and Things th
Monday-Thursday, August 8-11, 2016 ages 5-8, 9:30 am - 11:30 am $100 ages 9-13, 1:00 - 4:00 pm $120 What are clouds made of and how many different kinds are there? What flies? exploring balloons, birds, planes, and rockets through art ________________________________________ All Classes held at: Rockwood Artist Studios - 1064 east 2100 south #20 all supplies and snack provided class limited to 15 students Kindra Fehr earned a BFA in drawing/painting from the University of Utah in 1990, has studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in France and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. She currently teaches art out of her Sugarhouse Studio and at the Montessori Community School for questions or to enroll -www.kindrafehr.com 801-518-1773
Camp CCYT 2016 - Huron, OH
Camp CCYT is BACK! Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is pleased to announce GODSPELL as its 2016 summer camp offering! Explore all aspects of the theatre with other aspiring actors who love the stage as much as you do! Camp CCYT is the arts camp that is more than a traditional summer camp. Designed for students ages 10-18, the program is a comprehensive, one-week intensive, in which students get a chance to hone their skills in a fast-paced, creative environment. Camp CCYT meets July 18-23, 2015, 9am – 3 pm in the McBride Auditorium on BGSU Firelands College Campus. One performance of Godspell is scheduled for Saturday, July 23 at 10 am. Each student will not only STAR onstage in the production, but also will also contribute to the direction, choreography, set, lighting and costume design of the production. Students will be assigned a mentor from the Caryl Crane Youth Theatre 2016 Staff and will work as assistants on a specific “behind-the-scenes” area of their interest. Camp CCYT is designed to instill in aspiring thespians a deeper understanding about producing and participating in a first-class musical with working professionals. Tuition for Camp CCYT is $125.00 and space is limited to 34 students....
Level 2- 1st and 2nd Grade - Terrace Park Elementary Music Room
Designed for students in first or second grade that took a Level 1 course during the fall session (classes previously held on Tuesdays at 3:30, Tuesdays at 5:30 or Thursdays at 4:15). Students will continue to use the same book. 513-272-7407
Huck, Becky, and Toms Big Adventure - Izaak Walton League Lodge
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to join Huck, Becky and Tom as they explored the Mississippi River in the famous book Huckleberry Finn? Well tie up our pole pack, make our ‘raft and learn to fish using a cane pole as we travel back in time to the mid-1800s. Pack a lunch. 513-891-4227
Stop Animation 9th-12th - Art Unleashed!
Students will learn how to develop a storyline, design a set, create a character out of Plasticine, and create props with a variety of materials to create a short, stop animation movie. 314-628-1024
Minecraft: Coding and Programming (46442P) - Cary Academy
The next level of Minecraft® camps will have you creating and programming Minecraft® robots to do the mining for you. Learn how to code using Minecraft® ComputerCraft Mod and put those robots to work. Begin programming with a graphical interface and then evolve to text-based coding as you learn to program with Lua. Soon you will be able to focus on mining what you want. 919-677-7839
Survival Skills Overnight Campout - Connolly Ranch
Here is a chance for outdoorsy, nature-loving youth ages 9-13 to sleep under the stars at Connolly Ranch. With old friends and new, campers will enjoy practicing basic survival skills, foraging for food and learning how to cook over an open fire. The evening includes a night hike, star gazing, smores-making and storytelling around the fire. Dinner and breakfast included. Campers bring their own camping gear. 707-224-1894