Summer Camps in Wilburton, OK
How would you like to turn your next LEGO® creation into a robot, programmed to do exactly what you tell it to do? The Bricks 4 Kidz® Junior Robotics camp offers all the fun of building with LEGO® Bricks, PLUS the challenge of computer programming! Using drag-and-drop icon-based software, WeDo software provides an introduction into the world of computer programming and robotics that will equip children to succeed in a technology-based marketplace. This fun, action-packed week combines real-life skills with real-kid fun! 6159487005.0
Latest Review for Summer Reading Programs at Lewiston City Library
Develop a Child’s Passion for Reading
If you want to help your child fall in love with reading, send them to the Summer Reading Programs. My 8 year old daughter reported the camp makes books come to life. Every year they pick a theme, and coordinate fun books that correspond to the theme. They also host activities for children to participate in. This help books come alive, and helps kids find a passion for reading.... Read More...
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JumpStart Kids & Teens Camp - Medina, OH
CrossFit HighGear offers two JumpStart camps to choose from! KIDS CAMP runs from June 6 - 10 while TEEN CAMP runs from June 13 - 17 both from 10 am - noon. Registration includes a t-shirt and daily snack! Campers will participate in a strength and conditioning program that combines gymnastics, body-weight calisthenics and weightlifting elements. Participants learn to move their bodies and move them well, making them fitter and more resilient day to day. We focus on quality of movement before we push intensity. Regardless of age, ability or experience, campers benefit physically as their bodies adapt and become stronger, faster and more flexible. Emotionally your kid/teen will develop teamwork, leadership, listening, and self-discipline skills and will have a blast doing it! Questions? Email [email protected] or call 330-568-5680.
IL Youth Camps 2016 - Wapella, IL
Junior High Camp: - June 13-17 - Ages 12-14 yrs old - Nate Roemer (Campbellsburg, KY) - Day Speaker - Stephen Brown (Denver, CO) - Night Speaker Senior High Camp: - June 20-24 - Ages 15-21 yrs old - Kevin Raposo (Doniphan, MO) - Day Speaker - Chuck Carr (Doniphan, MO) - Night Speaker Hyphen Camp: - July 6-8 - Ages 18-30 yrs old - Guest Speakers: Paul & Brooke Pamer (Barberton, OH)
Channel 3 Kids Camp Teen Program Five Below Fundraiser - South Windsor
Come Join Us November 27-29 from 9am-9pm to raise money for the Channel 3 Kids Camp Teen Leadership Program
2016 Bikes4Kids Campaign - Little Rock, AR
The Derek Lewis Foundation continues to combat childhood obesity in the state of Arkansas by promoting execercise and healthy eating for school aged children. Increasing physical activity helps school age children to live a healthy lifestyle. Bike4kids is an annual event that helps school age children get their first bike to get them started on a postive path. Our goal is to assist 150 kids across Central Arkansas and the Delta Region to obtain a bike. Let's start the holiday season by supporting a child by donating today! www.gofundme.com/2017bikes4kids
CampOUT's summer BOOTCAMP (all branches and uniforms are welcomes) - I
Pricing this year will be the same as last year, $15 per person per night for tenters ( 1 wrist band ) $33 per night for rvs 20/50 amp (2 wrist bands included) $59 queen cabin per night (3 wrist bands) $79 king cabin per night (4 wrist bands). As of now the Dry Creek Store is closed, so please bring extra food and supply's that you might need during your stay! We will keep you informed about any changes as we learn them.
Child (age 3-12) - Campus by the Sea
This category is for all children, including those of IV staff members. Children of the Youth & Children Program Directors should register under the "Youth & Children Program Directors Child" category. 608-443-3797
Questers Camp - Vasona Lake County Park
Join us as YSI supports your quest for knowledge using hands-on science activities to discover interesting facts about the world around you. Discover how rocks are formed and practice rock sorting like a geologist. Take a closer look at snails and other animals with shells. Work as scientists to investigate spores and learn the mysteries behind mold by putting together an experiment to watch mold grow in a safe enclosed environment. As we move through our investigations extend your land-based quest and look to the sky and experiment with wind and learn the science of how clouds form. In addition to doing daily science activities we will have the opportunity to explore different park habitats, play games, and engage in fun craft projects. 408-827-5507
2016 Business Registration - Corrales Administration
Any past due invoice fees will need to be resolved at our village office. Late fees will be assessed after 3/15/2016 of $10.00. Please include late fee with payment. New business - Please Do Not fill out this form. Please come by our village office on 4324 Corrales Road Corrales, NM 87048. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 505-897-0502. New Home Occupation Business - Please contact our Planning & Zoning department. (505) 899-8900
Week 6-Papoose - Indian Acres Swim Club
This weeks camp theme is In A Galaxy Far, Far Away. We have guest speaker, David Leek from the Planetarium. It is going to be out of this world! 217-352-9538
Ocean Life - Art of the Sea (P.M.) with Ansley Young - Westerly Creek Elementary (Art Room)
Teachers: Ansley Young and Pam Peters From puffer fish to starfish, we will make an ocean of fun from giant coffee filters, watercolors, sharpies, tempera paint, watercolors, patterned papers and more. We will engage in conversations about sea animals and read stories about their lives and habitats. Enjoy your childs art when its on display the last day of camp. We close online registration 24 hours prior to camp start. If you want to register at that time, please call 720-299-1806 OR 303-349-0961. 303-349-0861