Summer Camps in Washington County, MN
This camp is for 11-13 year olds who are on the beginner to intermediate levels. Kids will learn putting, chipping, pitching and full swing in a fun and creative environment. 603-362-8700 x205
Washington County, MN Summer Camps
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Sign up before May 13 and you will receive 11% discount from the regular price of your enrollment
Summer Camp Weekend For Grown-Ups - Lee, MA
Come spend a weekend pulling classic summer camp shenanigans like they do in Wet Hot American Summer! Play like a kid again with your best friends, favorite bands and unlimited booze this August 26-28 at a real sleepaway camp in Massachusetts. *Win all-inclusive weekend passes by leaving a comment and tagging friends you want to bring as your bunkmates.* At summer camp for grown-ups (18+), there’ll be tons of camp activities and competitions for all campers, DJs and bands to participate in together, including kayaking, kickball, basketball, ping pong, tie dye, scavenger hunts, jam sessions, tennis, nature hikes, swimming, volleyball, yoga, bunk parties, arts and crafts and more. To join in on the fun, sign up now at http://bit.ly/ilfccamping Tickets start at $125 per person and include lodging in bunks, meals in the mess hall, drinks and access to awesome live music and activities all weekend. There will also be roundtrip buses from NYC for an additional cost. You can pay monthly installments as well by using AFFIRM during checkout. Full lineup will be announced soon, and past artists have included Talib Kweli, Oh Land, Great Good Fine Ok, Wild Child, Freelance Whales and more.
Youth Group College Group Winter Retreat 2017 - Stroudsburg, PA
In this new year, we want to focus on how God MUST be greater than me in my life. How must God be greater than me in my decision-making? In school? In my family? In relationships? What needs to change in order for God to be greater in my life? Feel free to invite your friends and give them this invite post! Departing by US Coachways Bus at 5:00pm on Friday in front of 8515 Broadway Elmhurst, NY *Permission slip forms are needed. If you are under 18 years old, a waiver is needed from your parents. All are due Friday, Dec. 16, 2016* MUST BRING: ♣ sleeping bag/bed sheets & comforter ♣ Pillow, toiletries, towels ♣ a physical Bible, notebook, pens ♣ Winter clothing: long pants, jacket, sweater, etc. ♣ An attitude ready to learn more about God and ready to mingle time with your friends Cost: $100 (If you need financial assistance, please speak to one of the youth or college group leaders no later than Dec. 16th) Registration Deadline: December 16, 2016 Check Make Payable to: The Reformed Church of Newtown
Youth Rally - The Power of Courage - Bloomfield, MO
Please join us at Bootheel Youth Camp on September 26 from 9:00 AM-2:30 PM (lunch will be provided) for BYC’s second annual youth rally. (Registration will start at 8:30 and singing will begin at 9:00 AM.) The speaker this year will be Willie Franklin speaking on "The Power of Courage". We hope that you will join us this year to make this a great success. If you plan to attend please contact us by September 20.
Camp Out For Kids - Detroit, MI
Delta Zeta is kicking off the new year with our annunal Camp Out For Kids philanthropy event! Come buy some sweet treats and learn more about speech and hearing. 100% of the proceeds go to The Starkey Hearing Foundation. $100 dollars can provide a set of hearing aids for an individual who could not afford it otherwise. We can't wait to see you there!
Lions, Tigers, and Bears! Oh My! - Villa Academy
Lions, Tigers, and Bears! OH MY! Come join Tasha Boldon for a week of nature and animals! We will be learning about animals through books, crafts, games, dramatic play and art! We will also be outside exploring nature, playing animal group games and one of the days we will walk down our campus trails that leads to Lake Washington! 206-524-7009
Sat, March 5th Parents Night Out - Main Room
Drop off your scientists in their PJs on Saturday, Dec 19th and go party like an animal (read: quiet dinner) from 5:30-8:30! The kiddos will have the time of their lives doing a host of awesome hands-on science activities like making models of the earth, calculating the age of different trees or whipping up a batch of Bubbly Bug Soup! The well eat pizza & dance around like maniacs to songs about science before winding down with an episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy! 7188328400.0
Spring Camp March 25 - Wood Dale Park District - Recreation Complex
Camp will run from 7:00 am to 6:30 pm. Theme for the day is Sports Day. GRADES Kindergarten - 5th
Elda Science Discoveries After School Program - Elda Elementary School
Explore a variety of science topics each day with iSPACE! Students will turn into young scientists and engineers during five weeks of hands-on activities that will spark their imaginations! Participants will: * have a ooey-gooey good time playing with peculiar polymers, * discover the FUN in substances that FIZZ, * explore simple machines while building a LEGO Merry-Go-Round, * make and launch their own paper rockets with custom launchers, and * investigate how the Sun sheds light on the world of color. 513-612-5786
Ballet IA - TU - Maryland Youth Ballet
For students ages 5 to 6 years starting more serious ballet training. A focus on making dance fun while starting to learn important ballet vocabulary, confidence and poise. (301) 608-2232