Summer Camps in Valliant, OK
This water themed week will surely leave drenched at the end of each day. Paperwork will need to be completed prior to the first day of camp. Please bring a non-perishable lunch every day. Camp sessions always fill - dont wait! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Paperwork will need to be completed prior to the first day of camp. Please bring a non-perishable lunch every day. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Camps LOCATION Azalea Room at Takoma Park Community Center
Latest Review for Makemie Woods Camp
Makemie Woods is a wonderful place for kids to learn new things, meet new friends and become a part of a "family." The program has had consistent leadership for over 20 years- unsual for progams like this. Quality staff provide great role models. Both of my boys attended and had a wonderful time. Many of the staff over the years started as campers. All one has to do is attend a closing campfire to realize that this is a special... Read More...
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Centri-Kid Camp Luncheon - Chicken Tetrazzini - Quincy, FL
$7 per plate. All Funds to assist children attending Centri-Kid Camp this summer.
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Youth Football Camp - Pawhuska, OK
Big T Sports and Athletics Youth Football Camp. Non-Contact camp for youth entering grades 1-6 in Fall 2015. Former College (OU and OSU) and NFL players (Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, Denver Broncos, and Cleveland Browns) will be on site coaching drills, stations, and interacting with campers. Cost is $85 per camper which includes T-shirt, water bottle, cinch pack, lunch, and registration. Camp is July 25th, 2015 from 8:30 to 3 p.m. in Pawhuska, OK at Pawhuska High School Football Field. For Registration or more information please visit our website at www.bigtsportsandathletics.com
Basketball Kid Camp - Summerville, GA
The Chattooga High School Boys’ Basketball Team is hosting our annual basketball camp for boys and girls in Kindergarten – 8th grade in the beatiful new gym! Camp Dates: Monday, July 18th – Thursday, July 21st Time: The camp will begin each morning at 9:00 a.m. and will run through 12:00 p.m. each day. Cost: $30 per camper. Each camper will receive a t-shirt. Campers will also receive lunch each day. Kids can be signed up the morning of the first day of camp (next Monday, the 18th) beginning at 8:30 a.m. Registration forms/payments may also be dropped off with Amanda Larkins at CHS Tuesday-Friday this week between 9:00 and 3:00. We will post the registration form on the page in case anyone wants to print and complete it in advance. We will accept cash and/or checks made payable to CHS Boys' Basketball.
Gas Lamp Teen Summer Camp presents... "Urinetown" the Musical - Glen R
Gas Lamp Teen Summer Camp presents.. "Urinetown" the Musical Directed by Corinna Sowers Adler Musically Directed by Deborah Martin Production Stage Manager: Jenna Rafferty Assistant Stage Manager/ Wigs: Gerry Mastrolia Choreography: Lisa Grimes Assistant to the Production Stage Manager: Amber Smith Dance Captain: Brianna Martinez Assistant Dance Captain: Morgan Sherlock Performances Friday, August 7th at 8pm Saturday, August 8th at 2pm & 8pm Sunday, August 9th at 2pm Ridgewood Avenue School Auditorium Glen Ridge, New Jersey *Please be aware that we do have TWO CASTS. Please choose your correct show date and time! Aug 7th at 8pm Aug 8th at 2pm Iliyana Serrano as Hope Brianna Martinez as Little Sally Aug 8th at 8pm Aug 9th at 2pm Natalie Aris as Hope Julia Maskin as Little Sally Tickets available at http://glapateenurinetown.brownpapertickets.com URINETOWN A side-splitting send-up of greed, love, revolution (and musicals!), in a time when water is worth its weight in gold. Winner of three TONY Awards, three Outer Critic's Circle Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards, and two Obie Awards, Urinetown is a hilarious musical satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy,...
Early Risers Camp - Recreation Center at Michelle Obma School of Techn
Get an early start on your camp day with low-key activities to ease in to the morning. Early Riser?s Camp is open to youth enrolled in Discovery Camp, Campapalooza I and Campapalooza II that would like to extend their camp experience. No camp on July 4th. On-line registration for camps is not available. Refund requests made prior to the start date of a program will be cheerfully given less a 5% refund fee. Cancellations made by Recreation & Parks are not subject to the 5% refund fee. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Refund requests made prior to the start date of a program will be cheerfully given less a 5% refund fee. Cancellations made by Recreation & Parks are not subject to the 5% refund fee. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth Programs LOCATION Recreation Center
Garden Guardians Grades 1-5 (Wednesday) - Janney Elementary School
Think we cant garden in the cold weather? We think again! It is the per- fect time to build an arbor, worm compost bins, planting beds and maybe set up our new greenhouse, if it is ready!! Its the perfect time to plan our garden, start seedlings, paint signs, and cook. Its the perfect time to follow monarchs online and see how many sightings have been reported. Come and join the fun! Instructor: Ms. Kate McLynn 202-724-8950
3D Art Exploration - Villa Academy
Come join Molly Bocian to the messy world of 3D art! The students will be exploring paper mache and clay techniques over the course of the week. Ceramics techniques will be taught each day, and large paper mache sculptures will be crafted throughout the week, painted and ready to take home on the last day of camp. This will be a messy week, and while everything will be washable, aprons or old shirts would be welcome. So get your kids excited for the joy of sculpture this summer! 206-524-7009
SciTech Explorers-Thursdays, 2:15pm, Temple Emanu-El - Emanu-El
Preschoolers, ages 3 to 5, discover and explore natural phenomena through observations, experimentation, storytelling, and creative play. While engaging in an activity, they are invited to observe, predict and interpret their findings. Budding scientists learn about space, chemical reactions, magnetism, light, electricity, how the body works and pre-robotics. 9-Week Program: Classes will meet on Thursdays April 7, April 14, April 21, April 28, May 5, May 12, May 19, May 26 and June 2. 212-804-7055
Keystone Mountain Adventures: A Timeline of the Earth (13-day) - Keystone Science School Campus
Keystone Mountain Adventures: A Timeline of the Earth (13-day) Curriculum Features: Out-of-the-county backpacking, Earth science 970-455-4228