Summer Camps in Tri-Cities, WA
For well over a decade, Wheeler Summer Camps has been providing an enjoyable and memorable summertime learning experience for children ages 4 through 13. With a wide array of programs and activities, a professional and nurturing staff and outstanding outdoor facilities, Wheeler Summer Camps promises your child the BEST DAY EVER; EVERY DAY! 508-336-8377
Latest Review for Camp Ondessonk
Overall, it's a good camp but I would NOT recommend this camp to anyone with dietary restrictions.
Camp Ondessonk is located in a very beautiful area. There are a lot of fun activities planned and this camp is for the most part well run. I would NOT recommend this camp to anyone with dietary restrictions or food allergies. My son has a life threatening peanut allergy. We had many emails / calls / discussions prior to my son attending and I was confident he was being well cared for. This was not the case. He was... Read More...
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Kid's Super Hero Art Camp - Plainfield, IL
10am-12pm Ages 5-7 All supplies included! $75/student Kids will enjoy art projects that will help them cover some of the basics and also begin learn how to draw super heros! Classes are limited to 10 children. Call 815-302-3339 to reserve or email at [email protected]
Camping Kid's Night - Springfield, MO
Kids age 3 through 6th grade are invited to join us for a camping themed kid's night. We will sing campfire songs, eat s'mores, play games, and hear a camping inspired Bible story. There will be an adult service available for parents and a youth class.
Summer Camp at TROT - Cottondale, AL
TROT will be hosting three summer camps in 2015. Camp will be from 9-2 Monday through Friday, with a horse show on Saturday so participants can show off what they learned. Cost is $200 per week, lunch, drinks and snacks are provided. Some scholarship assistance is available upon demonstration of financial need. Group discount rates also available. Dates are June 8-12, June 22-27 and July 13-17. Email or message Marguerite Malone for more details.
youth camp - Camp Fairhaven
Cost:$120 Activities: crafts,tubing, swimming, canoeing, ,nature and more What to bring: sleeping bag, pillow, modest one piece swimsuit. Sunscreen, water shoes, bug spray, bible, toiletries, flashlight, modest clothing. Tent (for boys). Cheap shaving cream. What not to bring: cell phones, video games, computers
Fall Teen Weekend - "Fall into 4-H" - Marlborough, CT
Teens who will be counseling next summer (2017) or who are interested in a good time are invited to our annual Fall Teen Weekend, for 2017 it's "Fall into 4-H". The cost is $45.00 and includes everything (food/lodging/activites & fun). Get ready for great food, great activities, and quality time with some of the people you haven't seen since the summer! Keep an eye out for the letter coming in the mail with more information and how to RSVP.
Spring Break Ice Skating Camp - Cabin John Ice Rink
Join us for a whole week of springtime fun at Cabin John Ice! Your kids will enjoy a 30-minute ice skating lesson each day with a professional skating coach, open skating time to practice your new skills, arts & crafts activities, outdoor activities, and much more. Skaters are grouped according to age and ability. Rental skates are included, or campers may bring their own skates. Please bring a non-perishable lunch, snack and water bottle each day. SECONDARY CATEGORY Ice Skating LOCATION Cabin John Ice Party Room #2 at Cabin John Ice Rink Cabin John Ice Studio Rink at Cabin John Ice Rink Cabin John Ice Party Room #1 at Cabin John Ice Rink
Girls Lacrosse Camp - Hopkins Campus
Join Blake girls varsity lacrosse coach Linda Hokr and her staff for the fastest game on two feet. This camp will help develop fundamental skills to grow and master the sport — all while having a whole lot of fun. Each day focuses on a specific skill set, beginning with a series of drills and concluding with a game-like setting during which campers put those skills to use. Former and current high school varsity lacrosse players are present to ensure that each camper receives individual attention throughout the week. All levels are welcome; beginners are encouraged. Players are grouped based on age and experience. Girls must provide their own lacrosse stick*, goggles*, cleats, mouth guard and water bottle. *Sticks and goggles will be available on loan to the first 20 registrants. 952-988-3463
Full Day 36Camp: Spring Break Programming & Technology Camp - NextGen Tech Learning
OZ Park Summer FD Baseball camp week 11 FULL DAY CAMPER - OZ Park
LPBA is pleased to announce that we have added a second baseball field to our summer camp program at OZ Park. The additional field at OZ Park will allow us to divide the kids by age and skill level. We will use Field #1 for boys and girls ages 5-7 and Field #2 for boys and girls ages 8-12. The camp experience includes a daily exercise and agility training routine followed by instructive drills including base running, pitching, defense, bunting, outfield play, infield play, batting practice and other hitting drills. LPBAs summer camp programs run from June 9 though August 29, 2014: Half day sessions from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - $175 per week Full day sessions from 9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - $250 per week Fridays are rain make up days Camp registration is on a weekly basis. Four week full day special price of $900. Eight week full day special price of $1800. 312-246-1616
CS 8 Lego Robotics Camp - Ages 8-11 - Chehalem Parks and Recreation
Solving problems is a key skill for the 21st century. Come learn how to make and program a robot to solve problems using LEGO Mindstorms technology. This camp is intended for those who have never taken a LEGO Robotics course before. Class will be held at MVMS INSTRUCTOR Andy Byerley