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.
There are limited spots for extended care (5:00pm through 6:00pm) additional $340 for 4 weeks and $560 for 8 weeks. Email or Call KATHY DUFFY FOR DETAILS: [email protected] or call 718-549-8100 ext 125. Registration forms must be received by 3/11/2016 (see attached form), with non-refundable $300 deposit. Medical forms must be submitted by June 1, 2016 (see attached form) 7185498100 x123
Walla Walla, WA Metropolitan Area Summer Camps
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Kid's Art/Gift Camp - Lafayette, LA
Teen Camp - Lake Waccamaw, NC
Call church for details (669-9150)
Summer Camp 2015 - Eldora, IA
The Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts & Kids Camps - Readfield,
Four years ago Charles L. Day and Dale Potter-Clark began the process of gathering information for "Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts..." right here at a Maranacook Community Education class. Fifty or more enthusiastic people gathered that evening to share stories and to learn about the resorts, hotels and kids’ camps that have existed in this immediate area. After years of conducting personal interviews, making site visits and doing exhaustive research Charles and Dale have published a 356 page book packed with 220+ vintage photos and information about more than forty establishments that have existed on the four lakes. Thrown in for good measure is “The Larches” on “Lake Myra” in Readfield. Included is the history of the railroad, steamboats and the trolley in this area as well as the various establishments, founders and directors. Dale will first talk about the process and some discoveries made while researching and writing the book and following this she will do a reading. She will be available to sell and sign books after the presentation. Potter-Clark will be offering three classes the spring of 2017 (Mar, Apr, May) at $12.50 each or $30 for all three. Proceeds will help fund a "Museum in the Streets" in Readfield.
Philly District Kid's Camp - Stevens, PA
Please save the date....more info to come
2-Tuesday: Magic with Magician Matt King - Beit Midrash
Magician Matt King is coming to San Diego Jewish Academy! Enroll your child now and be prepared for them to wow you with the things Magician Matt King teaches them. Your child will learn some of the key fundamentals of performing as well as bring home a magic trick they can perform for you, your family and their friends! Using magic as a tool in life inspires creativity, confidence and leadership. Dates: March 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12, 19, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7 (12 lessons) 8587043700.0
Little Racquets Tennis Class (April 7 - May 26) - Lyman Campus
Little Racquets Tennis teaches basic warm-up, motor, and racquet skills by engaging kids in stimulating drills and games, including: imaginary obstacle courses stationary cone forehand / backhand exercises high five volleys short court rallies and relay races! 216-455-0154
Volleyball - Norfolk Christian Schools
Volleyball is the ultimate team sport. It is exciting, action packed and one of the fastest growing sports in the Tidewater area. The game requires outstanding hand-eye coordination, skill mastery, quickness, anticipation, teamwork and the motivation to "lay it all on the line." Now is a great time for your child to get started or further develop their game at the NCS volleyball camp. Campers will receive instruction in the six skills of volleyball: serving, passing, digging, setting, attacking and blocking. Campers will learn rotational and perimeter defenses and how and when to use them. Though instruction will be thorough, the atmosphere will be positive and enjoyable for all the campers. Highlights: Improved skills and a better understanding of the game Increased self-confidence Encouraging and positive staff (NCS coaches and players) New and strengthened friendships Personal player evaluation Exciting games and competitions 757-274-6295
History of Art & Music/US Government (8:45 am - 1:45 pm) - The Hockaday School
In order to earn credit, students may not be absent for more than three days during a six-week course. Lunch fees are included. 214-360-6586
Camp I-Can-Cook - St. Johns Episcopal School
Looking for a way to escape the heat? Hurry! Hurry! We have eggs to beat! The oven will be warm, and youll be glad. A lip smacking good time is sure to be had! Whip on in to our kitchen for Camp I-Can-Cook! We will make a full meal each day and master chefs will work on many other creative projects as well. Each camper will leave with a cookbook full of recipes and an excitement for new culinary adventures. 213.328.9131 x224