Summer Camps in Westmorland, CA
This "Horse Lovers" OVERNIGHT Camp begins on a Monday at 9:00 am and continues until Friday at 4:00 pm. Campers will be assigned a horse to ride and care for. In the larger enrollment classes, campers share assigned horses. Activities that the campers will be involved with are... Riding Lessons (generally twice a day, weather permitting) Grooming, Stall Care & Management, Equine Characteristics, Arts and Crafts, Horse Health and Welfare and Swimming Pool fun at the end of each day. Plus, making friends or renewing previous relationships with new and returning campers alike. Campers will need to bring appropriate clothing for each day, to include layered warm clothing on cooler days and rain gear when needed. Their breakfasts, lunches, dinners and drinks for each day will be provided by BPS. Daily change of clothing is recommended during the hotter weeks. Swimming is optional and up to the camper However, a bathing suit and personal beach towel is required. Meals. beginning with lunch on Monday and ending with lunch on Friday (includes all Breakfasts, Lunches & Dinners), will be provided for each overnight camper through the week. Those campers desiring additional snacks throughout each day should be bring them to camp... 865-376-9312
Latest Review for Marks JCH Summer Day Camp
Marks JCH is absolutely amazing!
I have sent my kids there for three years now, and I do not regret a single penny spent! They have great facilities, great trips and now that my kids are older (11 and 13) they have fun overnights! My oldest boy is now talking about how excited he is to get a summer job at this camp when he turns 14 and be like the great counselors he has had. I just love that my kids are treated like a part of the family... Read More...
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Teen (ages 12-18yrs) Camp #4 Copped Competition & Cashflow Financial E
Each 5 Day Camp costs $87.50 1:00-3:00pm – Chopped Cooking Competition Part II We will be exploring all sorts of cooking possibilities in the competitive tone of the popular cooking show Chopped. No cooking experience needed! Come Hungry! 3:00pm-5:00pm – CashFlow Increase Your Financial IQ 101 Students will learn real world financial skills by learning to play CASHFLOW the interactive board game designed by Robert Kiyosaki. Some of the skills include: learning the difference between an asset and a liability, how to use a balance sheet, and much more!
Kids Yoga Summer Day Camp - Lansing, MI
Yoga knows no age boundaries. It has benefits for the older and younger alike. Just B Yoga provides a quality yoga program for children that benefits the body and the mind. The camp is taught by Belinda Thurston and Monica Pino. Our classes teach children body awareness and positive self image while finding healthy movement exercises. Children will learn yoga asana (poses), pranayama (breath exercises), dharana and dhyana (focus and meditation). Camp includes: yoga games and exercises; art and music activities; snacks; water games Ages 6-13 TWO-WEEK CAMP Tuesday, Thursday 12-3 p.m. June 21-30th (2 weeks) $80 early-bird until June 10; $100 full registration; $30 drop-in
Winter Youth Camp with fun enrichment classes - Irving, TX
This winter break, give your kids an opportunity to join Youth Camp where enrichment classes - a great blend of fun, tech education, nutrition and fitness. Register your child - All day everyday for one week starting Mon, Dec 19 to Fri, Dec 23 from 8:30am to 5:00pm Winter Youth Camp offered by Shiksha at Radha Govind Dham Temple. Safe, nurturing and a lot of fun
SPRING BREAK KID'S CAMP.Friday - Picayune, MS
Kid's Pottery Camp. 10 am - 2 pm $22.00 pre-registered.at door $25.00 Ages : 5 - 17 Wed. Thurs. Fri. 601-329-9211 call or txt for info
2016 Pre-Teen Summer Camp – Register March 9-11 - Scott Air Force Base
Youth, ages 9-13, are invited to register for the YP Pre-Teen Summer Camp which is held weekdays during the summer months from 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This camp offers half day care with extracurricular activities for youth. Field trips will be conducted once a week to places like Sky Zone, City Museum, Raging Rivers Water Parks, The Fusion, laser tag, as well as excursions to base activities. (Field trips/activities such as bowling are an additional cost.) Fee: $100/child per week, plus the cost of excursions. Youth Programs membership is required. Annual Program membership is $48/child. Camp begins at 6:30 a.m., and ends at 12:30 p.m. when open recreation at the Youth Center starts. Youth are required to bring their own meals, however the snack bar is open periodically. Limited slots are available, sign-up early! Registration will coincide with School Age Program Summer Camp registration days, March 9-11 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more details, call Youth Programs at 256-5139.
Intro to Programming - Duluth First United Methodist Church
COURSE Campers will be using a software program from MIT called Scratch. The program was designed for children, and teaches them the basics of programming as they create animated stories, video games, and interactive artwork. Using colorful programming blocks, campers drag and snap together the blocks to make a character (Sprite) walk, speak, play music, or interact with other sprites. 404-932-2552
AIDE (Girls entering Grades 8-10 who have completed the AIT program) - Huddart Park
Girls entering grades 8 through 10 in Fall 2016 serve as assistant staff at Day Camp, working with Unit Leaders to supervise campers. Any applicant who has not completed the Diamond Crest AIT Training will be placed in the AIT unit to complete training. Please note, girls must attend camp all days to complete the AIT program. Girls who were AITs last year but did not attend all days of camp must register as an AIT again this year. Girls entering 10th grade who have been an Aide for 2 years may also request to be a Leader in Training (LIT) and work in a unit with two adult leaders if they have completed AIT training and have been an Aide for two years. Aides and AITS may camp overnight twice during camp. July 26 is the Aides-in-Training initiation ceremony and July 27 is the all-camp overnight for girls entering grade 4 or higher. Training for Aides will be held at Huddart Park from 1:00-4:00 pm on Friday, July 15. Mark your calendar now! (Its sign-up and t-shirt day!) The Aides Unit Leader will mail additional details later this spring. **PLEASE NOTE – The Aides unit will be filled to... 650-308-8438
Gan Kef Gimmel - Session C Central: "Planting the Seed" (Age 4 by Sept. 1, 2016) - JCC Campus
From farms to markets to greenhouses, gardening is essential to our daily healthy lives. Campers will participate in summer gardening: planting zone research, tilling soil, planting seeds, watering and pruning - a science come to life. And as mini chefs, the children will learn first-hand about the correlation between produce and nutrition. What will the Magical PLANTERS Box grow this session? 512-735-8100
Write, Action, Create! - CV High School
Supervisor: Eva Karkuff. In this creative writing camp, students will work in groups to write their own plays and crate their own sets, costumes and casts. This camp will allow students to tap into their creativity where the sky is the limit! Parents will be invited for a performance at the end of the week at which the students will perform the plays theyve created. 717-506-3383
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