Summer Camps in Trenton, TN
Pre Registeration $3 (Ends 8/7/2015) Day Of $5 2016 Camp ABLE Memories LOCATION South Pavilion 2 & 3 (by the Splash Playground) INSTRUCTOR Therapeutic Recreation Staff
Latest Review for YWCA of Lewiston, ID - Clarkston, WA
My son and daughter both liked this camp!
This day camp is for children in kindergarten through 8th grade. My 6 year old son and my 10 year old daughter have both have learned the importance of being responsible and respectful through this camp. It offers our family a safe and affordable way to engage our kids during the summer months.... Read More...
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Keshet West Coast LGBTQ and Ally Teen Shabbaton - Angelus Oaks, CA
KBX Kid's Summer BootCamp: WEEK 1 - Alpharetta, GA
Monday - Friday 9am-4pm (early drop off and late pick up options available) Field Trip: Rock Climbing and Rappelling taught by former Army Ranger and one of the most experienced climbers in Atlanta. Uniform - White T-shirt with last name stenciled on front/back, Camo pants with belt (NO SHORTS) Camelbak (or 2 canteens with name on front/back and Backpack/Rucksack required
Teen Plein Air: Art In Motion Camps #1 & 2 - Bow, WA
Choose from Camp #1 July 11th-15th or Camp #2 July 18th-July 22nd. Class Cost per week $87.50. Camp #1: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air (**Students encouraged to participate in Part I & II) "Examining our surroundings in detail, seeing beauty not only in the spectacular but also in the smallest growing things" (Lowenfeld) . In addition to work in our cozy studio, small Plein-Air outings will be held at 2 locations during this one week workshop. Students will learn how to connect with their surroundings. Students develop their observation skills and increase their knowledge about the world around them. Parents expected to drive students to the Plein-Air location specified prior to class. Camp #2: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air II: Art In Motion This is a stand alone class of can be the second step to week 1. This week will focus on gesture drawing, composition, and how to record what you see when it’s moving. There will be a short lesson with a slide show of Degas and after some skills in the studio are absorbed we will visit the dance studio and draw the dancers in motion! We will also design, draw, and paint a rollercoaster bringing the element of architecture into art! At the end of Week 2 there will be an artist...
Giving Tuesday Social Media Campaign - Chattanooga, TN
THANKS FOR JOINING #GIVINGTUESDAY! WE ARE SO GLAD TO HAVE YOU INVOLVED. BE A SOCIAL MEDIA AMBASSADOR FOR THIS DAY AND HELP US RAISE THE FUNDS!! SIGN UP HERE: http://www.tcmidsouth.org/you-can-help/volunteer/ Teen Challenge of the MidSouth will be raising donations for Hardship Scholarships for those students who cannot afford to come through our program. Our goal is $30,000 ($2500 monthly to help 10 students -120 per year) You don’t have to be a world leader or a billionaire to give back. #GivingTuesday is about ordinary people coming together doing extraordinary things. You can help spread the word!!! Will you consider being a Social Media Ambassador and partner with us to help break the chains in students lives?
Southeastern Youth Convocation 2017 - Hawthorne, FL
$45 per Person includes lodging, food, and transportation. register today to reserve a cabin. Deadline is 12-17-2017 for more info see a youth staff member. visit secsda.org to register or contact one of us to register you.
Voice and singing Camps - Voice Camp - MacPhail Center for Music - Minneapolis
Whether youve never taken voice lessons before or you have a few years of experience, Voice Camp is right for you. Students will work in small groups to develop their technique - improving their breathing, range and confidence. Through solos, duets and large ensemble pieces, students will study a variety of styles and genres including jazz, pop, musical theater and classical singing while continuing to expand their music reading skills. Each student will be expected to come to camp with a prepared, memorized vocal solo of any genre. The camp will conclude with a final concert for family and friends. OTHER COURSE CATEGORY Ages 13 - 18 SKILLS Voice INSTRUCTOR Betsy Benjamin Joey Clark Andrea Leap
Power Puzzle - Florence Elementary School
Power Puzzle Students create an autonomous robot and program using LEGO EV3 platform. The emphasis is on building design and strategic problem solving. Through the Power Puzzle Challenge students explore understanding the elements of energy use in a world that uses more and more energy every day. As our world grows and changes, so do our energy needs. Solve missions and score points by programming an EV3 to run autonomous robots. Each student will be taught programming based on their prior experience of using an EV3. Grades 3-4-5 Dates: Friday; Mar. 11, 18,; Apr. 8, 15, 22, 29; Time: 2:30 - 4:00 PM Cost: $80.00 3364930403.0
Clay Camp (Ages 6-9) - Art Studio
Create both sculptures and functional pieces out of clay, using a variety of techniques and exploring texture and form. The older group will include instruction on the potters wheel. $30 materials fee is due to instructor at first class. Ages 6-9 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A materials fee of $30 is due to the instructor on the first day of the class. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Pottery LOCATION Pottery Studio at Art Studio INSTRUCTOR Jennifer Davies-Reazor
Game On - Horizon Christian Fellowship
Game On will feature a variety of tournaments covering video games, board games, playground games, and game shows. Campers will be placed in teams which will accumulate points throughout the camp. Campers will enjoy having mini tournaments at Atlantis Laser Tag, Tiki Mini Golf, Nickel City, and much more. 8584905016.0
All STEAM Ahead! - AM - St. Johns Episcopal School
Develop and use STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) skills to solve problems and create new inventions. This hands-on camp will provide children with great opportunities think outside the box, build, create and invent solutions to problems uncovered through reading trickster tales from around the world as well as other picture books about engineering. Each child will have a journal to work in so that they are able to reflect on their learning. We will work on various projects each day as we learn about and practice the engineering process. 214.328.9131 x224