Summer Camps in Union County, NJ
Mandarin Immersion Through Jewelry Making & Art: Go beyond the limits of your average art class to experience creativity and Chinese learning from a new direction with Dragonfly Designs Mandarin Immersion Camp in San Francisco! Our Method: Campers are able to experience the Chinese language and culture through movement, art & jewelry making, games & song. Camp opens with a relaxing hour of yoga inspired movement & games to stretch, strengthen and improve flexibility. Throughout the day, campers expand and reinforce their Chinese language abilities as art & jewelry making techniques are introduced and incorporated with eye-popping color schemes from our large selection of high-quality materials & glass beads. Our exciting array of taught techniques include, jewelry making, candle making, mosaic, tie dye, painting, stamping and damping, polymer clay, wool felted beads, wire work, copper etching, resin and more! Outdoor Time: During our mid-day break, campers will have lunch and the opportunity for outdoor games. Get those walls & jewelry boxes ready, because campers can expect to take home a number of handmade art & jewelry projects each day! Who Should Attend: This camp is ideal for students attending a Chinese immersion school or Mandarin classes in the San Francisco... 650-303-1900
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Help Send A Kid to Camp with The Salvation Army OKC Area Command - Okl
The Salvation Army of Oklahoma, Canadian and Cleveland Counties plan to sponsor 175 children to go to The Salvation Army's beautiful The Salvation Army Heart O'Hills Camp & Conference Center for a week of Adventure in God's outdoor creation. We need $210 a child. Please Consider sponsoring a child for a week at camp this summer. Mail your check to The Salvation Army PO Box 2095 Oklahoma City, OK 73109 "Summer Camp Fund" Help make this summer 'Out of this world" for a child in need. Message me if you have further questions. Thank you for BEING A SHIELD. Supplies Needed: Travel Sizes are preferred: a week supply for 175 children: deodorant, twin sheet set, Flash Light w/ batteries Please Help a Child have a Wonderful Week at camp! Bring any of these supplies to 10th and Pennsylvania to the 10th street entrance by the Cross before June 1st. Message me if you have any questions. or Call me at 405-209-7871. God Bless You! Major Charlotte Gargis
Youth Ski Trip - Freedom, NH
Youth Ski Trip: for our 7th-12th grade students from Friday February 10th to Sunday February 12th we will be at Camp Calumet in West Ossipee, New Hampshire for a wonderful and blessed weekend of skiing and being in fellowship with one another. Make sure to sign up and get your forms located on the Sunday School Bulletin Board (they will be posted in January 2017). Make sure to come to the Parent & Youth meeting on February 5th before church at 8:30am to go over payments, fill out paperwork and go over the schedule for the Youth Ski Trip. Cost is $130.00 per person this year and if you are in need of rentals or lessons, it will be an additional $20.00 each (they are really $30.00 each, but Northside picks up the other $10.00 per lesson or/and rental for each person). Please make sure to attend our Brunch Fundraiser on February 5th after church to raise funds for travel and for our chaperones. If you are unable to go to the Fundraiser, you will need to pay an additional $25.00.
Crivitz Youth Group Retreat - Athelstane, WI
Crivitz Youth Group is hosting a youth group retreat so join us and invite your friends! It'll be awesome! Saturday morning 11am arrival and Sunday morning 11am departure. $40 includes 3 meals, campfire and cabin! Bring a sleeping bag, snacks, Bible and friends!!
Kid's Camp - Richardson, TX
Kids enjoy amazing activities such as: Blob, ZipLine, Swimming, Archery & Riflery, Worship, Bible Study, Canoeing and more. Camp is open to children who completed 3rd - 6th grade by summer 2016. When: June 19th-23rd, 2016 Where: Forest Glen Camp Huntsville, TX Who: All Kids in 3rd-6th grade are welcome Cost: $265 Parent/Camper Meeting - June 12 from 4-5 in the Fellowship Hall.
Teen/Singles Retreat - Fort Pierre, SD
A great time to reconnect with God before starting school. Bible sessions geared to pregaring you to serve with passion in your world this Fall. Crazy fun with friends who love to play goofy games. Unique make-it-yourself campfire omelets, and much more!
All About Me Art Camp - Blue Heron
 All About Me Art Camp Ages: 7-10 Mon-Fri, Aug15-19, 10am-2pm Tuition: $190 Member/$210 General + $30 Materials Instructors: Allison Trundle, Andrea Braganza, Julie Shannon, Victoria Clayton, Britt Freda This camp is all about YOU! Make different projects each day with a new instructor and changing art materials. Projects include book-making, plaster masks, self-portraits in acrylic and mixed media, weaving, collage boxes, and soft-sculpture portraits. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (6-12) LOCATION Classroom at Blue Heron
TEEN CAMP 2016 - Auburndale Parks and Rec.
GRADES 5th - 7th PROGRAM List: TEEN XTREME 2016 The participant will have to select between 1 and 8 out of the 8 following Programs to register for. Name Type Number Age Date Location Teen Camp Week 1 2016 Activity 367 Grades: 5th - 8th From June 13, 2016 to June 17, 2016 Each Monday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Tuesday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Wednesday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Thursday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Friday from 7:30am to 5:30pm -- Teen Camp Week 2 2016 Activity 368 Grades: 5th - 8th From June 20, 2016 to June 24, 2016 Each Monday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Tuesday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Wednesday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Thursday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Friday from 7:30am to 5:30pm -- Teen Camp Week 3 2016 Activity 369 Grades: 5th - 8th From June 27, 2016 to July 1, 2016 Each Monday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Tuesday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Wednesday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Thursday from 7:30am to 5:30pm Each Friday from 7:30am to 5:30pm -- Teen Camp Week 4 2016 Activity 370 Grades: 5th - 8th From July 4, 2016...
6Junior golf Summer Camp - Contes Palm-Aire Golf Academy
Contes Palm-Aire Golf Academy Ultimate Junior Golf Camp Learn all aspects of golf in a fun and friendly environment. PGA / LPGA Professionals Ages 4-16 Call for Special camp times for Pee Wee Group Ages 4-6 Monday-Friday 9am-3pm You may go to www.palmairegolfacademy.com to register for any week 954-971-7867
TAC Summer Camp: Ages 5-6 Week 6 - Manhattan Studio
Campers aged 5-6 have fun creating with their peers in age appropriate classes inspired by a current textile related exhibition in New York. Campers will try their hand at printing, felting, sewing, weaving, and dyeing with both natural + synthetic dyes, creating finished projects every week. Every day, campers venture on a field trip to the Textile Arts Center Manhattan to print, dye, sew, and on Weaving Wednesdays, campers work on looms to create their very own contemporary fabric. Each weekly session concludes on Friday afternoon with an Open House, where family and friends are invited to view projects on display! **Manhattans official Summer Camp Location will be confirmed early 2016. 718-369-0222
Day Camp 1 - Denton A. Cooley Pavilion
Campers are taught all aspects of the game. A typical day at camp includes station work with emphasis on fundamentals such as shooting, passing, footwork, defense, rebounding, and ball handling. We also have a variety of contests, drills, league games, and a tournament at the end of each camp. Throughout our camps we put a special emphasis on our core values, Appreciation, Enthusiasm, Competitiveness, Teamship and Accountability. With appearances from our Texas Mens Basketball coaching staff and players, our campers get an inside look at what it is like to be a part of an elite division one basketball program. Sport camps and clinics conducted by The University of Texas are open to any and all entrants. Enrollment is limited only by age, grade level, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp. Please note that NCAA guidelines prohibit payment of camp expenses (e.g., transportation, camp fees, spending money, etc.) by a representative of The University of Texas athletics interests. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admission for prospects (7th grade and above in mens basketball). Sorry, no camp scholarships available.