Summer Camps in White River, SD
Have your child join us on an adventure to transform the world as we know it! Students will learn about one of the most innovative technologies of our time - 3D Printing - and how to use Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to create and print (and take home) a series of awesome designs! But why not use these skills for social good? Every lesson, students will exchange video messages with their sponsored partner student who lives in a developing country - together, they will come to identify and learn about a global issue, and then collaboratively design, print and test an invention to help solve that issue! Students will come to master the Engineering Design Process and basic electrical engineering while also learning about their partner student and their partner students country. (516) 750-3104
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Fall Softball Camp - Linton Youth League Sports Complex
We are pleased to announce a one day Fall Softball Camp open to players from 5 years of age to 8th grade. The camp will be held at the Linton Youth Complex on Saturday September 5th. This camp will be conducted by The Indiana Tribe coaches and staff and is open to everyone regardless of skill level and where a player lives. Players will be divided into age groups and we will focus on fundamental softball skills, game knowledge, and we will have fun doing it. Cost is $10/player and will include a lunch of a hot dog, chips and a drink. Players will be divided up in the afternoon for games and skills competitions. Camp times are from 9am-3pm. A separate instructional pitching time will be available from 4-6pm. Cost for the pitching clinic will be $5/player if you attended the camp or $10/player if the player is only attending the pitching clinic. We will focus on beginning pitching mechanics and drills. Ages 7 years to 8th grade are welcome. Registration is available the day of the event, but you are encouraged to pre-register via our Facebook Event post or by calling or texting Greg Elliott at 812.798.0174.
Christmas Break Youth Fitness Camp - Riverton, WY
Pagnoni Fitness- Youth Fitness Camp December 28th - December 31st from 4:00 pm- 5: 00. Ages 8-13. Great way to keep your kids busy and moving on their Christmas Break. Please call or message with any questions 307-851-6529 or 307-851-5624.
Welcome To Camp Firewood Circa 1995 (Improvised Wet Hot American Summe
The setting is Camp Firewood, the year is 1995. A new batch of kids have arrived at Camp Firewood. It's the last day before everyone goes back to the real world, but there's still a summer's worth of unfinished business to resolve. It's still Jewish. It's still weird. It's completely improvised. We're taking it higher and higher. CAST THE COUNSELORS: Irene Carroll (as Beth), Mehdi Barakchian, Jamie Leelo, Chris Griggs, Joel Shaughnessy, Langston Belton THE CAMPERS: Leah Evans, Ronny Pascale, Marisa Brau, Gregory Lotsvin, Stephen Thornton, Karen Summerton GENE THE COOK: Brian Hansbury TECH/CAN OF VEGETABLES: Mike Sause
Mardi Gras Kid Camp - Marrero, LA
Kid Camp Games, Tumbling, Karate, Focus & Stretch FUN - FUN - FUN Entire Week Only $65.00 Sign Up Today to Secure Your Spot
Once Upon a Time July 11-15 - Summit School
"Once Upon A Time..." A camp to promote literacy and encourage imagination Rising 1 and 2 July 11-15 Kim Fansler In this camp reading, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, art, cooking and drama will all be taught using various versions of classic fairy tales. We will give the children the opportunity to build the houses the three little pigs built. They will make the gingerbread houses that Hansel and Gretel found in the woods. They will plant the magic beans that Jack used to grow the magical beanstalk. They will dress up as characters and act out favorite scenes. They will get to paint and decorate enchanted castles. (336) 722-2777
Star Wars® FAB LAB! - Universalist Unitarian Church - Arlington
Star Wars® FAB LAB Projects & More! - Ages 6 - 9 Build to your hearts content in this all-day workshop. In the morning, design beautifully detailed Star Wars® vehicles and power them with a LEGO® motor, battery pack and gears. Students experience the excitement of a motor - how this device can transform a stationary object into a moving one. Projects include the Millennium Falcon, Reys Landspeeder, R2D2, X-Wing fighter, and Snow-Speeder. Students construct the motorized projects, then customize the design, and play with and share ideas with other campers. Builders are sure to have the force with them in this camp! In the afternoon, students learn the principles of engineering including the use of beams, columns and trusses as they build with the KNEX® system. Well design a skyscraper and bridge and even build a motor-powered car to drive over the bridge. Other projects include amusement park rides such as a spinning swing and a ferris wheel. The FORCE awakens at Renaissance this year. Dont mis it! 703-244-0585
Basketball Class - Basketball Camp - Petaluma Community Center
Camp is packed with skills, drills and daily competitions. This camp is designed to make your child a better basketball player. Whether they are a beginner or intermediate player, the drills taught at this camp will help them improve their game. They will learn footwork, passing, ball-handling and defense. Participants will enjoy fun challenges, games and daily competitions in a positive and energetic environment. NEW FEATURES: Personal Player Video, RSBQ Workouts, Confidence Builders Program, Daily Chalk Talks and Skill of the Day. For more information visit www.NationalAcademyofAthletics.com [/] LOCATION Cavanaugh INSTRUCTOR Aaron Locks
Ultimate Tennis / Game Theory Camp II (Grades 1-8) - WWP High School North
Ultimate Tennis / Game Theory Camp II (Grades 1-8) In the morning camp will feature games, drills, and team-oriented activities designed to develop skills, strengthen consistency and build player confidence. Attention will be given to both singles and doubles games. Afternoon hours will take place in the classroom and will be devoted to game theory and mental toughness. Daily sessions will provide interactive games, activities and simulations designed to build confidence, mental toughness and a better understanding of competitive situations. Two different sessions are offered. Participants can sign up for one or both sessions. Staff: Albert Paulsson and varsity athletes Pre and post camp care is available at Millstone River school through WWP Community Education for an additional fee on their website. To register, please click on "WWP Community Education" on the right side of this page under "Extra Details." Tennis camp staff members will escort children to and from pre/post care. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x 1719 for more information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is only open to children entering grades 1-8. Registering ineligible...
Adventure Camp - Catholic Youth Camp
This is a unique opportunity for campers who love the traditional CYC experience but crave adventure in the great outdoors. We invite you to immerse yourself in the wild and test your survival skills as trained counselors and staff lead participants through primitive camping activities. Build important skills while setting up tents, making fires, and cooking outdoors. Campers will spend their days exploring nearby forests and their evenings enjoying the classic CYC events that they love like skit night and the bonfire. 515-309-1936