Summer Camps in Watford City, ND
Meeting Monday for 6th-8th graders: Campers spend the morning with a local writer, creating poetry and prose and exploring their imaginations. All campers are invited to submit their new, original work for publication on Badgerdogs blog, Unbound. 512-542-0076
Latest Review for Liberty Lake Day Camp
Camp Sharpens Children’s physical, emotional and Intellectual Skills.
We sent our 5 year old son and our 10 year old daughter to Liberty Lake Day Camp. This camp is for children ages 4 to 15. The aim of the camp is to teach children skills that will make them successful in life. Some of the areas campers focus on include: teamwork, friendship, independence and confidence. I am glad we sent our kids to this camp. ... Read More...
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Teen Retreat at Camp Timpoochee - Apalachicola, FL
TEEN RETREAT at Camp Timpoochee - designed for teens, by teens... This year's RETREAT will be held February 24th-26th and will include activities such as: team building, resume writing, interviews, the art of sports fishing, shooting sports, outdoor cooking, arts/crafts and dance/drama. Our teenagers will participate in a 4-H service project “Chemo Kits” for local individuals suffering from cancer. They will also learn how to apply for 4H scholarships and so much more.
Summer Camps and Teen Trips Fair
Join us for healthy snacks and to learn about the dozens of overnight camps and summer programs available for children and teens, ages 8 - 18! Use this opportunity to meet with your local Tips on Trips and Camps advisor for personalized advice, ideas and explore summer options for your children. Bring your kids and get them excited about summer 2016! Tips on Trips and Camps is a FREE service representing over 600 sleepaway camps and teen programs. For 45 years we have helped over 140,000 families find fabulous summer programs for their children. What types of programs will be there? - Traditional and Specialty Camps - Community Service Programs - Language Immersion - Teen Travel - Academic Enrichment - Arts and MORE! For more information, email Jill at [email protected]
B PAT RAGER VIII : SUMMER CAMP - undefined, MI
She's back! and better than ever. The 8th installment of the famous "B Pat Rager" will be a high intensity weekend long camping event full of live music, mayhem, and a hangover that will last well into your work week. Expect the unexpected, our largest event did over 1.2k people. You have the freedom to bring what you want to your camping area (Sterio, bbq grill, pong table) As far as smashing on some food goes - our friend Craig Jackson will be bringing back his tasty BBQ cart There will be a NEW security team on the premises. ANY unwanted physical contact will NOT be tolerated at all. Every attendee is also subject to a weapon search (this is for your safety) If you havent been to a Rager, feel free to YouTube "B Pat Rager" and you will see videos from our prior events filmed by our house videographer/photographer SoundWave productions
Catching Up with the Walkers At a Campfire - Vero Beach, FL
Come enjoy some s'mores and catch up with what is going on in our lives! We will be in Vero for ony a few days and want to see as many friends as we can. What better way to catch up than sitting around a campfire and roasting some marshmallows and hanging out!
Fall Youth Retreat! - Lansing, IA
A weekend to remember for those in grades 6-12! Bring a friend or your whole youth group - and meet with other students from all over the midwest! Great worship - great speakers - great food - and an amazing weekend! Register online at www.villagecreek.net!
Week 1 PM - Paddle Treks - NESS
Combine the best of standup paddle boarding with kayaking to paddle your way around the warm waters of Little Narragansett Bay. Take an adventure outside the harbor for a day of surfing on Rhode Island Beaches. Test your core strength, balance and fitness in this paddling adventure. Challenge yourself with new skills, play SUP & Yak games, and enjoy the company of friends while exploring our local waters. Classes will combine stretching and fitness with fun and adventure. Includes: stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, surfing & a boat ride 860-535-9362
Animal Portraits 5:00 - BENSON
Kids will love experimenting with a variety of media to create works of art featuring what is sure to be a favorite topic of any child: animals! Recital and Art Show scheduled for the end of the Semester. 4025567821.0
March You Choose Tuesday ( Chemistry) - Sublette BOCES
Students will learn chemical reactions and do fun hands on chemistry activities. Instructor: Ashli Tatro 3073676873.0
Summer Recreation Camp - Week 1 (4 Day) M,T,W & F - Town of Stratham-Online
Summer Recreation Camp - (Week 1) Week 1: Aloha Summer Welcome summer with some island fun! A fun filled week including activities such as limbo, sand art, tie-dye and more. THIS CAMP IS ONLY 4 DAYS (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) It does NOT include the Thursday trip to a New Ham pshire State Park Each day is designed a little different to offer campers with daily choices, physical exercise, and craft activities to ignite creativity, social and group development, nature and each week includes three special activities/events. Friday has its own theme and is definitely going to be a day campers do not want to miss! Please have your child bring sunscreen, water bottles (at least 32 ozs.), 2 snacks and a lunch. Camp Information * Camp hours are from 8:30am to 3pm. Stratham Parks and Recreation will NOT be offering before/after camp care. * Stratham Recreation Day Camp is open to students that have completed Kindergarten through those entering the 6th grade. * Registration is open to Stratham residence ONLY * A $25 administrative fee will...
LIGHT TO DARK: DARKROOM EXPLORATION - Walker-MacKenzie Studio - Gertrude Herbert
Instructor: Rosanne Stutts The technical aspects of black-and-white photography will be emphasized so that students can work more creatively with their camera and in the darkroom. Camera operations, use of equipment such as lenses, tripod, and light meter, and correct film selection are among the topics to be covered. Learn basic density and contrast controls for both negatives and prints, along with proper film development. Basic darkroom procedures, safety, printmaking techniques, burning and dodging, toning, archival processing and print presentation will also be discussed. Please bring your own 35-mm camera with manual controls. Register and pick up your first roll of film at the Institute and fill it with images for evaluation the first night of class. student/instructor ratio: 8 to 1 706-722-5495