Summer Camps in West Wendover, NV
Begin cutting and chopping, measuring and mixing, tasting and timing as we create delicious things to eat. Use our favorite foods to create apple crescent rolls, pumpkin bread, dinner pizza, dips, snacks and much more. Dairy, eggs and gluten will be used in these recipes. 212-712-6230
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Great sports camp for my daughter and son
My daughter and son thrived at this camp. They are both active children who would rather be outdoors than inside. They are also very social, which is why they loved the fact this camp draws campers from all over the world. Sports, socialization and outdoor activities are the reasons my kids loved this camp, and are begging to return again next year.... Read More...
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YouthPass to the Future! Campaign Kick-Off - Portland, OR
Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) presents... YouthPass to the Future! Campaign for Free Bus Passes Do you believe in Youth Power? in Transit Justice? Come to our "YouthPass to the Future" Campaign Kick-Off! OPAL's multi-racial youth program, Youth Environmental Justice Alliance, is organizing a community event to raise awareness about a campaign to sustain and expand the YouthPass program in Portland. Our goal for the campaign is to show the city, TriMet, our schools, and our community that affordable public transportation is important for youth to lead healthy lives, be able to thrive, and be successful. The youth-led event will officially launch our campaign and engage with community members and decision makers, especially in East Portland neighborhoods. There will be educational booths about transit justice, powerful youth testimonies, and cool performances! YouthPass to the Future Campaign: We want all high school students in Portland to be able to go to school and access opportunities that prepare them for success. Transit is an educational right! Let's permanently fund YouthPass and expand it to Parkrose and David Douglas High Schools! Free food. Guest speakers. Youth Stories. Performances.
Youth Camp 2015 - Corbin, KY
Retreat 2016: Endurance - Proclaiming the Everlasting Kingdom - Naches
Each year the WGBC youth and guests spend 3 days in fellowship and under intensive instruction in the Word. The program includes worship services, bonfire fellowship, games, and various activities. This is a unique opportunity to establish new friendships, renew the old, and serve each other. But the most important aspect of this retreat is the time during the services when young people will be united in worship. Another great blessing of this time is the opportunity to interact with our pastors who will be there with us the whole time. This year's theme: The book of Daniel was written to encourage the Jews in exile by revealing God’s program for them. They are reminded that God is sovereign over the affairs of all rulers and nations. A key aspect within the overarching theme of God’s kingly control is Messiah’s coming to rule the world in glory over all men (2:35, 45; 7:13, 14,27). All of the kingdoms of this world will come to an end and will be replaced by the Lord’s kingdom, which will never pass away (2:44; 7:27). Though trials and difficulties will continue for the saints up until the end, those who are faithful will be raised...
Unique Summer Camps Just For Ages 9-13: Pioneer Camp - Grove, OK
July 18-21, Pioneer Camp, 9:30am-noon, $60 Have you ever wondered how the Pioneers lived long ago? This camp will allow you to experience many of the daily experiences of that time period bringing history to life. Print on a printing press, weave on a loom, learn how a blacksmith creates metal objects, dip candles and play with old-fashioned toys. Explore the items in “Grandmother’s Trunk” and learn how they were used, and cook on the hearth in Har-Ber Village’s Living History Cabin.
Youth Camp 2015 - Athens, TN
Food Fun and Fellowship
Project Play August 1-5 - Summit School
Project Play Ages 3 and 4 Early Childhood Teachers August 1-5 9am-2pm Parents may choose to pick up their children before 2pm. Lunch included in fee Children must be toilet trained. Child must be 3 by July 1, 2016. Come discover why play is how children learn, not something set apart from learning. Project Play offers children ages three and four the opportunity to learn as they play in an engaging environment with… -supportive, experienced teachers that will support and deepen playful learning -an exciting and developmentally appropriate learning environment, including time exploring nature and outdoor spaces -high quality materials and art media, including clay, paint, natural materials, fabric, and more -a portfolio of photos and your childs words that document his or her learning journey throughout the week Educational research supports play as the best way for children to learn. At Project Play, we seek to live out this research by supporting play around engaging, creative questions and explorations. Come join us! Questions about this camp? Contact Della Hinman at (336) 722-2777
Putnam Programmers Pro II - Putnam Museum
Use advanced language in Turtle Art to create complex designs and a frame-able masterpiece. Learn how loops and actions in SCRATCH can make your programming more user friendly. Build on your BLOCKLY knowledge and program our newest robots to perform a musical light show. Programs meets every Monday from February 1 through March 14. NO CLASS February 15. 5633367284.0
Polliwogs! 7/11-7/15 - Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
Heres a way to open the eyes of young ones to the wonders of nature. For three hours each day, budding naturalists will enjoy nature filled activities using all of their senses. They will explore the natural world around them through play, walks, stories, games and crafts. 856-983-3329 x103
Preschool Day Camp ~ Art Moves Me - The Evergreen School
Moving and creating art all week. Two things a preschool child specializes in. How does someone paint with action? Active art activities include splatter painting, body tracing, twisting, and marbling. 206-957-1533
Session 3: Defense I - UT Softball Field
This session includes specialized instruction in primary defensive positions. Please pick ONE position to work on. There is NO pitching OR catching instruction in this clinic. Bring glove, cleats and catchers gear. (Limit 80 campers/session) 512-232-2046