Summer Camps in WaKeeney, KS
The GFS Lacrosse Camp offers the ideal way for players of all levels to improve their individual skills, have fun, and meet new friends. This camp is designed for players who want to work on fundamental skill-building with a major emphasis on stick work, scoring, positional play, and game concepts. Newcomers are welcome! Coach Katie Bergstrom Mark is a former Division I lacrosse player and current Head Lacrosse Coach and Athletic Director at GFS. More than 45 of her players have gone on to play collegiate lacrosse at different schools, including MIT, Smith, Penn, Bard, Stanford, Wesleyan, Vermont, Davidson, Bowdoin and more. Our coaching staff consists of current varsity players and collegiate athletes who demonstrate and share first-hand knowledge of the skills they developed during their summers at GFS Camps! Our primary goal is to build confidence and deepen players passion for sports! Swims at the Germantown Cricket Club add to the summertime fun! Bus transportation is available to and from Center City for $100 provided 17 campers sign-up on or before June 1 for transportation during the week of June 20 - 24. 215-951-2384
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The focus on nature at this camp is perfect for my daughter
Since 1936, Rancho Del Chaparral has entertained girls, such as my 9 year old daughter, at a girl-scout camp. Over 1177 acres of forest and meadows provide the perfect atmosphere to study nature. Campers learn to discover, protect and advocate the great outdoors. ... Read More...
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Creative Kid Summer Camp Brewster - Brewster, NY
Register for Creative Kids Camp today. Fun and exciting trips such as: Splashdown, Renegades game, Paint Party, Norwalk Museum, Children's Movement Museum. Great in house activities such as: Community Garden, Cooking class daily, Wings Over Water Free Swim each Friday (also $25off fall Wings Over Water Lessons to all campers who swim on Fridays), Bushido Karate, Special Visitors (Scientist, Brewster Police Dept, Clown, Dino Dig. There will be art projects, daily science experiments, games and so much more! Have the fun of adventure camp and the security of inhouse camp all in one! Register today for only $10.00
Summer Camp Open House! - Wyandotte, MI
Summer Camp Open House in our Community Gallery on the lower level FREE for everyone to attend! Join us at this fun open house so you can catch a glimpse of the camps we offer for children during the summer. Sample art stations are set up so you and your children can take home art projects! DCA camp instructors will be available to answer any questions students or parents may have. You can also register for your camps on this night. We'll also have raffles to give away free camp registrations!
NEXTStep Summer Camp 2015 - Fairfield, PA
Teen Can Draw Camps - Auburn, AL
~ TEENS CAN DRAW ~ • Type of class: drawing • Description: Challenge your teen during the summer with this series of realistic graphite drawing courses. Students need to take the basic and intermediate drawing classes before taking other courses in this series (depending on their skill level). All courses in this section are: Skill Level, Intermediate/Advanced:Prior drawing experience preferred. All supplies are included. Small group instruction. Attend four TCD classes and save $25 on your last TCD course! • Ages: 11 - 18 years old 1) Basic Drawing - Dates/Time: 6/20 – 6/24 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 2) Intermediate Drawing - Dates/Time: 6/27 – 7/1 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 3) Realistic Animals - Dates/Time: 7/11 – 7/15 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 4) Realistic People - Dates/Time: 7/18 – 7/22 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 5) Realistic Animals/People II - Dates/Time: 7/25 – 7/29 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55
2nd Annual "Kids to Camp" Spaghetti Dinner
Please come support the 5th grade students of the Laurel Highlands School District. All proceeds will go to defer the cost for LH Outdoor School for each student! Tickets are $8 and can be purchased through a fifth grade student, individual elementary schools, or by commenting on this event!
Lego Simple Machines - Morgan Park Academy
In this hands-on class, campers will use the LEGO system to create simple machines. They will learn about levers, pulleys, axels, wheels, and gears through activates designed to challenge the young engineer. Through the knowledge gained, campers will design and create mechanisms including a catapult, crane, car and other interesting machines. Come join the fun where everything is awesome! 773-881-6700
Week 5 Summer Jr. Olympics - Friends School Mullica Hill
Our young athletes celebrate the wide world of sports with a weeklong competition featuring sports and games from all over the globe. After the closing ceremony, campers will take their Friday field trip to the Riverwinds Community Center for some wall climbing, water sliding, and more! While morning activities are geared toward the weeks theme, all weekly FSMH camps include a trip to the pool Monday-Thursday for a swim lesson and play time. Campers will also have a choice in the afternoon to play outdoor games or work on arts and crafts. 856-478-2908 x126
Once Upon a Time July 11-15 - Summit School
"Once Upon A Time..." A camp to promote literacy and encourage imagination Rising 1 and 2 July 11-15 Kim Fansler In this camp reading, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, art, cooking and drama will all be taught using various versions of classic fairy tales. We will give the children the opportunity to build the houses the three little pigs built. They will make the gingerbread houses that Hansel and Gretel found in the woods. They will plant the magic beans that Jack used to grow the magical beanstalk. They will dress up as characters and act out favorite scenes. They will get to paint and decorate enchanted castles. (336) 722-2777
Extreme North Carolina Adventures July 18-22 - Summit School
Extreme NC Adventures --- Camp Leader- Stephanie Flores de Valgaz --- July 18-21 --- Four Days, Monday-Thursday --- No camp on Friday --- M-W 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Th 8:00 am-7:00pm --- Rising 4th, 5th, & 6th Graders --- Daily adventure excursions near and far --- River tubing on the New River --- Hiking & swimming at Hanging Rock --- Roller coasters and water park at Carowinds --- Raft, rock climb, and test the ropes at the US National Whitewater Center in Charlotte --- Bring a sense of adventure and readiness to try everything --- Engage in appropriate risk-taking and support each other through challenges --- Questions about this camp? (336) 722-2777
High School Camp - Warm Lake Camp
Youth camps include three balanced meals each day, organized and supervised recreation, missionaries, chapel, camp fires, Bible study, clean cabins and showers and a health supervisor. All campers participate in the entire camping program. Campers are expected to behave in a manner honoring to God. They will remain on the grounds except when participating in scheduled activities away from camp. Campers leaving early must have written permission from parents. Campers are to be in camp by the end of the first day. NOTE: All swimming sessions are supervised, but not necessarily by certified lifeguards. Any concerns or questions should be directed to the Camp Dean of the camp you will be attending. Please be sure to bring the following items to camp: *Warm Bedding *Flashlight *Towels & wash cloth *Mosquito Repellent *Toothbrush/toothpaste *Camera and film (disposable cameras will be available for purchase) *Bible, notebook, and pencil *Money for the canteen and missionary offering ($5-$10 suggested) If you would like to send mail to a camper, please use this address: (Camper Name) Conservative Baptist Camp 2588 Warm Lake Road Cascade, ID 83611 Bus Schedule: Please be at the bus departure point 30 minutes before the departure time, so that the bus... 208-899-4601