Summer Camps in Weslaco, TX
Software Engineering 1 is the starting point for a budding developer. Students will learn the basics of computational thinking and the foundations of programming using the Ruby development language. Topics include object-oriented programming, front-end development using HTML and CSS, and web integration with the Sinatra Framework. By the end of the class, students will be able to build their own functional web applications. (718) 395-9655
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Youth Service - Potosi, MO
Youth ages 12 and up welcome. To attend this service and be fed by GOD!
KidsFest Summer Camp & Pre-School Expo! - Cedar Rapids, IA
Join us for a KidsFest Summer Camp & Pre-School EXPO 2015. FREE Admission, LOTS of giveaways, bounce houses, fun activities and entertainment. We will provide an opportunity for you to visit and speak with Camp Directors, summer activity programmers and Pre-School Representatives! Get the scoop on the best summer camp and pre-school experience for your kids and have a day full of family fun! More information TBA soon! This event is brought to you by: Cedar Rapids Titans
Teen Camp 2015 - Goshen, IN
For students who want to grow in their faith journey and have an awesome time. Open for students who have just completed 6th grade - seniors in high school.
2016 BACDS Family Dance Camp - Sonora, CA
Join us for six days full of dancing, music, crafts, swimming, games, storytelling, and too much fun…at Foothill Horizons Outdoor School near Sonora, CA. July 3-9, 2016 Check out the website for details: http://www.bacds.org/familyweek/ If you have any questions or wish to be added to our mailing list, please contact us at [email protected] For those who haven’t been before, Family Week often takes some explaining. It’s not a “kids’ camp” or a “sleepaway camp”: it’s for the entire family. We share traditional camp accommodations: several families per bunkhouse, and everyone eats community style. During the morning, kids take classes in community dance, English team dance, and art, while parents are free to come dance, play music, sing, or simply relax. After lunch, families come back together, for swimming, jamming, playing games, and a series of great classes for all. During the week of camp, a community like no other grows, culminating in a demo day when everyone shows each other what we’ve been doing. Every evening, we come together to dance. While the family is the basic unit at camp, it’s pretty loosely defined: traditional parents and kids, aunts and uncles with nieces and nephews, or grandparents with their grandchildren. We encourage campers to bring along their...
Summer Camp Dates - North Kingstown, RI
Summer Camp info is now available on our web page https://www.kidzoneRI.Vpweb.com . Camps run Mon-Fri for 3 weeks this summer for ages 3-8 years old. You can sign up for all 5 days per week or as little as one day per week. $40/day for camp hours of 10-2 but extended day available for added fee. RSVP ASAP by calling us at 295-5867. Led by Smart Start Preschool Alternative teachers.
Nike Junior Basketball - Half Day Morning - Nike Campus
This ANSC Junior half day Basketball camp is designed for boys and girls entering grades 1st - 4th. Our goal is to give kids the opportunity to develop their basketball skills in a positive, fun and organized learning atmosphere. This camp will concentrate on the individual player and their skills. 5033294899.0
1. Session I - Morning - UA College of Fine Arts
Visual Arts: Abstract Expressionism exploded onto the art scene after World War II. Rather than follow the tame methods from the Old World, these young bohemians applied paint in a dramatic and experimental manner. Find out why Jackson Pollock was known as "Jack the Dripper" and how Willem de Kooning swashbuckled loaded brushes with colliding garish colors. Youll be dripping, smearing, slathering, and flinging your way to incredible artwork! Puppetry: The stars of several popular 1940s TV shows were inanimate objects. Hmmm… how could that be? They were puppets like Howdy Doody, Kukla & Ollie and their friends that created a make-believe world, entertaining children and adults alike! Design your own puppet and perform for your friends and family while learning the magic of this ancient yet enduring art form. 5203190400.0
Week #1 - June 29, 30 & July 1: THE SCIENCE OF ART - Main Room
Ever make art out of rodent bones or watch bags of fizzy color explode all over the street? If you are a scientist with an artistic streak, or vice versa, then this mini camp is for you! Well make super cool paint sets by measuring and mixing natural ingredients, create Lego chalk, learn about how the human eye perceives the visible light spectrum and more! Ages 5-10. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. After camp until 6 pm. 7188328400.0
Jr. High Summer Camp - Camp Warren
This camp is where junior high students can come and connect with God, connect with other teens, and grow in their faith. 217-864-3263
Treasured Books (AM) - MA Lower School
There is so much exploration to be done in the world of childrens literature! Students will be exposed to the wonders of their favorite books and be introduced to newly published stories as well. As a final project, students will work to write and illustrate their own childrens books to be treasured for years to come! 6127287745 x2