Summer Camps in Walla Walla, WA Metropolitan Area
If you have children and live in the area surrounding the Walla Walla, WA Metropolitan Area, you are probably looking for some creative things for your children to do this summer. You are in luck. Your children can benefit from some creative and exciting summer camps that are close by. Sign them up for a camp where they can learn about wilderness awareness.
One of the most popular camps that are offered in the Walla Walla Metropolitan area is a camp that can offer your children real life skills. Instructors will help kids break away from their computers and cell phones and get back to nature. They will teach your child how to make a fire, survival skills, learn about the birds and learn what plants are edible and which ones are poisonous. Camps are available for children ages 4 – 18.
The cost for wilderness camps range will from $185 for a basic class, up to $895 for advanced classes. Sign your child up early in order to ensure you can reserve a place for your child at this popular camp.
If you are looking to fight summer boredom for your child, you do not have to look any further than your own back yard. There are many summer camp programs that are designed to entertain your child and spark their imagination at the same time.
Have you ever wondered how our ancestors survived in the wild? This week will dispel some of the mystery as you learn skills all cultures have used for time eternal. Learn how to make cordage and fire using primitive techniques. Learn how and where to build a survival shelter that you can actually sleep in on our Wednesday campout. Of course, no week of Mountain Kids would be complete without moments of serendipity where we get curious and learn from nature and play. This fun and learning-packed week is sure to fire up and build the confidence of any budding outdoors kid! 505-699-6230
Walla Walla, WA Metropolitan Area Summer Camps
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Work Weekend - Holcombe, WI
Always work to do to get the camp ready for the campers. Two roofs will have steel installed on them, cleaning of the chapel and some of the cabins, yard work. We will also be switching the shop and the game room so lots of hands will be needed there. At least 9 holes of miniaturegolf will be moved to the area around the garage (soon to be game room). Food will be provided. Let us know if you will be staying overnight so some cabins will be cleaned and ready. For those staying over Saturday night there will be a chapel service on Sunday morning. Lots of hands make light work so join us for a weekend of working, fishing, fellowshipping and enjoying God’s great outdoors.
Teen Horse Day Camp - Stewart, TN
Legend Acres summer camp sessions give horse loving boys and girls the opportunity to spend plenty of time with these wonderful animals. Campers are divided into groups, based on their ability, to provide riders with activities appropriate to their skill levels. In addition, campers take part in the daily grooming, tacking up and care of the horse or pony assigned to them. Campers also participate in activities that promote good horsemanship as well as arts and crafts , snacks and lunch included. We offer three summer camp programs, based on age. The first program is our Kiddie Camp, which is a wonderful experience for children ages 4-7. The camp runs for three consecutive days from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and is $375.00 for the week. Youth Camp, for ages 8 -11 runs for three consecutive days from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm and is $375.00 per week. We look forward to seeing you at camp!! We offer a Teen Camp for ages 12-17 and runs from 8am-2pm and cost $375.00 for the week. Kiddie and Youth camps are a $75 deposit Teen Camps are $100 deposit. For more information or registration please email Kristi at [email protected] or call 931-232-6044 Legend Acres is seeking volunteers...
CJ Czaia Campaign Launch - Palmetto Youth Center - Palmetto, FL
CJ isn't running because he wants to go to Tallahasse, he's running because he wants to bring our energy and voices to Florida's capital. We need you to bring all of this energy and your support to this Campaign Launch. If we can start strong, we'll finish big and set an example of how you elect a true champion in Florida!
Arbys No Kid Hungry Campaign - Hope Mills, NC
Arby's is doing it again for the third year but at Arby's location. This year we will be holding different event at the Hope Mills Location to raise money for the No Kid Go Hungry Campaign from August 18 -September 28, 2015. Since 2011, the Arby's Foundation has been a national charity partner of Share Our Strength*s No Kid Hungry* campaign (NKH). As NKH's largest quick service restaurant partner, the Arby's Foundation has raised over $5 million in the past two years to support NKH and other hunger-fighting organizations in the communities that Arby's serves. Activities are plan as follows. Daily Business Spotlight From August 18 -September 28, 2015 Vendors will check in with the manger of the store and set up in designated area Arby's will have a business spotlight section where the vendors can set up there displays. Each vendor will pay $20.00 and give a door prize of there choice for the Big event to be held. $10.00 will go to the No Kid go Hungry Campaign. $5.00 will go to the Arby's for the meal provide to the vendor for lunch. $5.00 will go the the...
Winter Camp 2016 - Chico, CA
Winter Camp. Duh. INVITE YOUR FRIENDS. Register here: https://rockofroseville.churchcenteronline.com/registrations/events/11847
April 26 - June 2 - PRO 3:5 Sports Academy
Our training sessions are creative and geared toward maintaining a fun yet challenging and competitive atmosphere. We understand that athletes need to not only be pushed to their limits, but they must enjoy what they are doing if they are to truly benefit from it. The program utilizes a combination of speed, acceleration, and agility drills coupled with power and strength exercises in a structured and controlled environment. These young athletes will learn and sharpen their skills in the mechanics of running, agility, and footwork, while being introduced to various pieces of speed and agility training equipment throughout the facility. Low-intensity strength training is emphasized with exercises involving the athletes own body weight, and power is developed through the application of plyometrics. We have a way of making training and fitness fun. Our kids leave the facility sweaty, red-faced, smiling and wanting to come back for more! 919-438-2144
Flagler College Cheerleading Camp - Flagler College Gymnasium
The Flagler College Cheerleading Team is hosting their fifth camp for area elementary school children (grades K-5) interested in learning more about cheerleading and dance. When and where is the camp? Saturday, April 2nd, 2016; 8:00am - 5:00pm* Flagler College Gymnasium 12 Granada St. St. Augustine, Florida 32084 *Campers will put on a performance of their skills from 4:00 – 5:00pm. Please note this is not an overnight camp. How much is the camp? Pre-registration: $75 (registration via ACTIVE and payment via ACTIVE or check sent in to: Flagler College, Attn: Cheerleading, P.O. Box 1027 St. Augustine, FL 32085 by April 1st) Day-of registration: $100 Full payment is due for pre-registered and day-of registered campers on April 2nd, 2016 Who should attend the camp? Girls and boys, ages 5-12 years old (grades K - 5). What will campers learn? Age-appropriate fundamental cheerleading and dance skills including cheerleading motion technique, dances, jumps, tumbling and stunts will be presented in a safe environment. Confidence-building activities, arts and crafts, and, of course, cheers and dances! Campers will perform for the parents at the end of the camp day (Saturday, April 2nd, from 4:00 – 5:00pm). Camp Staff Directed by Flagler Cheerleading Coaches, Kristen... 207-615-7093
Babysitting Clinic 6th-11th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Red Cross Especially for young people 11-15 years old, this course give participants the knowledge, skills, and confidence to care for infants though school-aged children. Topics include safety issues, preventing injuries and illnesses, basic child care, first aid, rescue breathing, care for choking, and age-appropriate behavior and play. Must be 11 before class starts. Please bring a sack lunch, because this class will meet all day. 316-771-2289
Little LEGO Maniacs - Old Trail School
Students will get hands-on time with LEGOs and free build creations of their choice. They will also use LEGO Digital Designer on the computers in the lab, experimenting with 3D drawings and computer-aided design. Its a fun time with LEGOs and begin practicing to describe their creations and presenting them to parents and teachers on the last day. Y5s are welcomed to join us for this class. Day: 4 Tuesdays (3/1-3/22) Instructor: Anne Riede, Old Trail School Technology Instructor 3306661118.0
Weather and Climate - LCMM Campus: Vergennes/Basin Harbor
What are whitecaps? How do you measure wind? Well make waves and wind and learn all we can about what they look like and how they act. Lots of games and movement will prove just how powerful all the different kinds of wind and waves can be. And to test what we think, well need to do some body surfing! 802-475-2022