Summer Camps in Wakefield, KS
West Chester University Football Camp specializes in teaching non-contact skills to youths ages 7-14. Training is age appropriate and station based, allowing both beginner and advanced players to participate in all skill and drill work. Campers will have the opportunity to work with position areas on both offense and defense. The camp will be run by the football staff at West Chester University along with many current members of the Golden Rams team. Campers will get the opportunity to learn from and interact with members of the nationally successful Golden Rams football team. This is a great opportunity for campers to learn from players who are currently performing the same skills they will teach. All sessions will focus on football instruction and skill development in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Parents and guardians are welcome to stay and watch from the stands. 610-436-3555
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Big Fun at Big Lake
I went to Big Lake Youth Camp when I was younger and I always remembered it being the best part of my summer vacation. Now I send my son and he says the same thing. The counselors are super friendly and always helpful to my son. He has made so many new friendships that he’ll keep for many years. His favorite part was the BMX biking, water skiing, sailing and he tried archery for the first time this past summer. He can’t wait to go... Read More...
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What’s Up Above? Kid’s Art Camp Exploring Clouds, Birds, and Things th
Monday-Thursday, August 8-11, 2016 ages 5-8, 9:30 am - 11:30 am $100 ages 9-13, 1:00 - 4:00 pm $120 What are clouds made of and how many different kinds are there? What flies? exploring balloons, birds, planes, and rockets through art ________________________________________ All Classes held at: Rockwood Artist Studios - 1064 east 2100 south #20 all supplies and snack provided class limited to 15 students Kindra Fehr earned a BFA in drawing/painting from the University of Utah in 1990, has studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in France and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. She currently teaches art out of her Sugarhouse Studio and at the Montessori Community School for questions or to enroll -www.kindrafehr.com 801-518-1773
WBF Summer Camp at Hartland - Badger, CA
WBF's Summer Camp is June 6th to June 10th at Hartland. It's ages Kindergarden through Eighth Grade. Open to the community! Check out our website for more information.
Kid's Spring Break Climbing Camp - Chattanooga, TN
TBA camps are designed for all climbing levels. Kids will learn a variety of climbing skills such as body awareness, technique, and problem reading through fun games and activities. Campers will also be able to participate in playful yoga classes, game time, and have personal climbing instruction from the teachers. Ages: 4-13 Time: 9am to 1pm (extended hours available for pick up for an additional $5/hour) Price: $120 for 3 days $50 for 1 day Call 423.822.6800/423.443.5594 or email [email protected] for more information and registration
FREE PIZZA + Stand-Up Comedy! - SUMMER CAMP COMEDY SHOW @HiFi Bar 8pm
Happy New Year Y'all! After a short hiatus, Summer Camp Comedy is back baby! Come kick off the new year with some live stand-up comedy! As always, there will be FREE PIZZA! Our hilarious line-up: Carmen Lagala (Green Mountain Comedy Festival) Rebecca Vigil (Your Love Our Musical) Will Carey (NPR) Dan Harumi (Reader's Digest) Alex Carabaño (BET's Apollo Live) Masafumi Abe (Hoboken Comedy Festival) Hosted by Eliana Horeczko (Funny Bone) Doors open @ 7:30PM Show starts @ 8:00PM @ HiFi Bar 169 Avenue A (Between 11th st. & 10th st.) Closest train stations: 1st Ave or 3rd Ave (L Train), Astor Pl (6 Train), or Union Square (456,NQR,L) Check out and follow our Facebook group >>> Summer Camp Comedy Show
Sports Teen Camp - Brandon, FL
Campers ages 15 to 18 try out different sports and learn teamwork and gain independence in diabetes care. The campers stay at Rotary’s Camp Florida, in Brandon and bus to different venues each day. Activities are under the direction of various college coaches or certified instructors and include martial arts, volleyball, soccer, water skiing, golf, basketball, tennis, and softball. Planned night activities include roller skating, bowling, and a night at Tropicana Stadium watching the Devil Rays.
RoboFusion June 27-July 1 - Summit School
Robo Fusion --- Tech Camps designed by Chris Culp, Director of Technology, Summit School --- June 27-July 1, Rising 2nd, 3th & 4th Graders --- Open to girls and boys --- A fusion of robotics, animation, digital music --- Set up shop in the technology studios in Summits Arts and Technology Building for five action-packed days of high tech exploration. --- This camp will offer something for everyone in the area of techno gadgets. --- Projects will include 3-D animation, stop-motion animation, digital music creation, Lego Mindstorm Robots, Sumo Bots, Robotic vehicles, robotic arms, and much more. --- Design a project using the CNC Laser Cutter, 3-D printing with the Maker Bots or Robotic CNC router. --- Questions about this camp? (336) 722-2777
Week 10 PM - Kayak Snorkeling - NESS
Paddle and explore Little Narragansett Bay during the best months of the year. Kayak to estuaries, coves, islands, and other places where power boats are not able to go. Snorkel the warm waters of the harbor and the bay, while learning about local ecosystems and the species that inhabit them. Challenge your snorkeling skills by learning to free dive, using NESS fins. No previous kayaking experience is necessary, but an interest in the ocean, snorkeling, and kayaking is a must for this adventure week. Includes: snorkeling, kayaking & free diving 860-535-9362
Cooking Around the World - Week 1 - Aidan Montessori School
Cooking Around the World with Mrs. Majeed Calling all elementary foodies and aspiring chefs! Cooking Around the World is a new summer camp featuring regional recipes* and cultural activities. On each day of our ___ week camp, students will create two different dishes, develop kitchen techniques, and learn about the various cultures our recipes originate from through stories or crafts. They will also bring home a sampling of their dishes! Our camp will end with a Farmers Market visit and cooperative cook-off, in which students will select a fruit or vegetable to build their own recipe with. *Recipes will be vegetarian and allergies will be accommodated. Parents are welcome to propose recipe ideas for the camp! 2023872700.0
Robotics Camp with Mr. McCarter - Sycamore School
Sycamore science teacher Mr. McCarter has a long and successful history of coaching students in both the Vex and Lego robotics competitions. The competitions are great motivators, but the true value is the hands on learning that happens when students engage with robots. This camp is designed to do exactly that. Note: this camp will run Monday - Thursday and not meet on Friday. 317-202-2500
BZ Beyond - Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School
An after-care opportunity that extends your students day of programming through creative play, reading, self-guided homework, and more. Monday-Thursday 3:35pm-4:45pm, Friday 2:45pm-4:00pm 7732811858 x630