Summer Camps in West Wendover, NV
Introduce your youngster to the idea of creating plays and stories by enrolling them in this hands-on, interactive, fun drama experience. Guided by their teacher, students will make up their own magical stories and then act them out for one another. Developing critical thinking, peer interaction, and increasing their self-confidence and listening skills are just some of the benefits of this exciting, imaginative and multi-sensory class! 703-444-5888
Latest Review for Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
My son enjoys the staff and activities at this camp!
This 68 year old camp is designed for children from 2nd grade to 11th grade. The camp has a strong Jewish heritage which influences the activities they offer. My 12 year old son enjoys the friendly staff and the fun activities. He has grown in confidence while discovering who he is in relation to the community at large. He enjoys participating in sports, water activities, music and exploring the great outdoors. We are grateful for a safe environment where he can explore who he is... Read More...
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Guys Camping Trip & Girls Sleepover (Youth Weekend) - Marshville, NC
Youth Weekend -- October 7th-8th Guys Camping Trip Location: Baucoms @ Rocky River Girls Sleepover Location: Berardelli Barn More information to come
Kaleidoscope and Young Teen Camps - Jonesboro, GA
Visit Artsclayton.org to sign up for our summer art camps! Kaleidoscope Camp: Grades 1 - 6 Fall 2016 8:30 - noon Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Signing, Dancing and Acting Young Teen Camp: Grades 7 - 9 Fall 2016 9:00 - 12:30 Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Musical Theatre, Set Design, Fiber Art and Guitar. For more information contact 770-473-5826 or register online at artsclayton.org
3rd Annual Fireworks Fundraiser "Celebrate and Laugh" for Avengers Fre
The Avengers Mentoring Organization (501c3) presents it's 3rd Annual Charity Fireworks Fundraiser for our 5th Annual Summer Camp! Our FREE summer camp serves 300 children ages 6-13 in and around the Metro-Detroit area. This daily camp runs from July 11, 2016-August 19, 2016. Locations are: The Golightly Education Center (5536 St. Antoine) and George Crockett Academy (4851 14th St) in Detroit. During the camp, children are involved in team sports such as: volleyball, basketball, kickball, baseball and more, arts and crafts, group mentoring, outdoor recreational play and are also served by a mobile dentist. Meals are provided by Good Samaritan Food and is run by up to 25 volunteers! Field trips are also optional and available! This year's theme is "Celebrate and Laugh," the fireworks is a tradition in Metro-Detroit, get a magnificent view of the fireworks at One Woodward on the 19th floor! Enjoy a barbecue style meal, laughs by Comedians Mic Larry and Simply Shanell and enjoy the sounds of singing sensation and recording artist Johnyce! There will be music, dancing and many activities, as well as a VIP charter ride to and from the event! But most of all, you will be a part of helping the Avengers...
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Greetings, friends! We want you to be a part of the Fox 61 “Send a Kid to Camp” Phone Bank, benefiting Hartford’s Camp Courant. The Phone Bank will air live from Fox 61 and WCCT (CW) on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 beginning from 9a.m. to 10a.m. and then returning from 4p.m. to 7p.m. Your support of this campaign will help Hartford’s Camp Courant and Fox 61 further their missions to support education-based programs for children throughout the greater Hartford community. Our goal is to raise $100,000 during the live four-hour televised fundraiser, which will help to enhance the summer experience for nearly 1,000 Hartford children this year. We have a long standing, aligned and focused partnership with Fox 61 who is dedicated to making a positive difference. Everything they do in the community will link directly to their mission of HOPE (Helping Organizations Promote Education) where they will focus their resources to maximize impact. FOX 61 builds bridges between Connecticut companies, nonprofit organizations, citizens and leaders to cultivate collaborative partnerships to inform, educate and inspire their viewers. We hope you will consider joining us in support of this event! For more information please visit: http://campcourant.org/event/send-a-kid-to-camp-phone-bank/
Cornerstone Kid's Camp - Madison, TN
This summer will be one for the books. 1st-5th graders are invited to join us for our 2015 Kid’s Camp. We will be spending a week in Crossville, TN at a beautiful camp ground. Each day is filled with swimming, hiking, fishing, group games, archery and much more. Every night we have special services specifically designed to speak into their young lives. Not only will they have a great fun-filled week of team building and new friendships, but their spiritual lives will be strengthened by the power of the word, scripture memorization and praise & worship. If you have any questions, please call the church office and ask for the Children’s department. Don’t let your kids miss out on this amazing summer. Time – Monday (drop-off 7am) to Friday (pick-up 1:30pm) Location – Crossville, TN Ages – 1st to 5th grade Cost – $195 due by June 24th
Theme 3: Energy and Sustainability [Urban Infrastructure] - Wow Science - Voorhees
In this theme, campers will explore how people use and work with energy as they develop and apply concepts of energy sources, energy receivers, energy transfer, energy chains, and energy storage. Specifically, we will conduct projects and experiments under the following topics: sun angle versus heating effect, how we measure energy, a Rube Goldberg energy chain, hydropower, an electric circuit, storing energy up a hill, energy trapped in the earth, model waterwheel, embodied energy, lowering environmental impact, and the greenhouse effect. Under the topic of sustainability, campers will examine the importance of the environmental sustainability of systems and activities related to urban infrastructure. Specifically, they will explore the following topics this summer: planning a sustainable community, solar water heater, solar lamp, evaluating runoff in their neighborhood, local natural hazards, model a biogas collector, build a composting system, and conduct a sustainability audit. Of course topics and associated activities will vary based on camp cohort – junior, main, or teen camp. We will spend the latter part of the program imagining and constructing how energy and sustainability might apply in space. Week 5 Field Trip: Friday, July 29. Liberty Science Center, NJ Week 6 Field Trip: Thursday, August 4. ACUA Water... 8775412267.0
T-Ball - The Evergreen School
Children will be learning and working on fundamental t-ball skills. Players should join us for skill building and healthy game competition. 206-957-1533
Basketball Night - Shorecrest High School
This is open gym basketball running all night that host various level of play. Free Pizza and Gatorade provided for all participants 206-484-1543
SOC: Spring Break Camp @ Eisenhower - Eisenhower Recreation Center
Camps are offered when Denver Public Schools are not in session. Particpants will have the opportunity to enjoy arts & crafts, active games, snacks, and more. Please bring a lunch for your child. AGE CATEGORY Youth (5-18) LOCATION EIS: Multipurpose Room Medium at Eisenhower Recreation Center
Advanced Game Design - St. Johns Episcopal School
Build on what you learned in Game Design camp and other game design experience. You will code using alternative values to determine character and enemy health, character responses, audio, music and sound effects. Your games will be more complicated and tougher to master. Your friends will never win! 214.328.9131 x224