Summer Fun for Kids Activities - Other Areas
Aviation Camp 2014
Description: Children ages 10-16 are invited to help fly an airplane at the Warren County Regional Airport with an FAA certified flight instructor. Students participate in planning and conducting a flight in the Warren County area. At the airport, practice takeoff, landing, navigation, and reading aircraft instruments through use of computer flight simulation. Students participate in a variety of activities and study. Included will be topics such as the aircraft instruments, engine and aircraft design, use of the aeronautical map for navigation, flight planning, weather, careers, communication, etc.
Date: July 8-9 or July 10-11, 2014
Registration deadline: June 24st
Cost: $269 **Financial aid may be available to a limited number of students.
Contact: Tabbatha Whittinghill, Airport Operations Assistant for details at (270) 842-1101 or visit http://www.aviationky.org/PDF/2013_BG.pdf
Boy Scouts of American Boy Scout Camp
Description: For current boy scouts. If you'd like to join scouting, please visit beascout.org. Elementary age children (cub scouts) participate in a day camp and middle school (Weblos) and high school age children participate in an over night camp. Please visit their website for more information: http://www.lhcbsa.org/Camping
Dates: Cub Scouts day camp June 3-7; June 10-14;
Cub Resident Camp Dates
June 30-July 2, 2013 at Camp Roy C Manchester
July 4-6, 2013 at Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
July 12-14, 2013 at Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
Webelos Resident Camp Dates
June 27-30 at Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
June 30-July 3 at Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
July 3-6 at Camp Roy C Manchester
July 11-14 at Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
July 21-24 at Camp Crooked Creek
Scouts ages 11-17 have over night camps that run through the etntre summer. Please visit the BSA website for more information.
Cost: cub scouts $90 per week. $250 per week.
Contact: Robert Sharp at (615) 962-3300
Boys and Girls Club Summer Program
Description: Children ages 6- 18 are welcome to participate. Kids go on field trips, visit local parks, participate in national boys and girls club programming, and have gym activities.
Dates: June 2nd-27th or June 30th-July 25th M-F 8-5pm
Cost: $200 includes meals and field strips
Contact Abbey Kitchens at 270-843-6466 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Habitat 2014
Description: For one week (June 22-28), high school students and adult volunteers will work on homeowner and community projects in Simpson County. Participants will paint houses, wash vinyl siding, trim overgrown plants, mulch, clean out and repair gutters, and perform minor home repairs for elderly and/or low income homeowners.
This is the third year for Camp Habitat. Like previous years, Camp Habitat is a 24x7 Christian service camp with home base at the local High School and Middle School campus. Students and volunteers will work on homeowner projects during the day. In the evening, worship services and fun activities are planned. Camp Habitat will be open to 60 student campers this year.
Date: June 22-28, 2013
Contact: For more information please call the Habitat for Humanity of Simpson County at 270-586-6515 or visit http://www.habitatsimpson.org/camphabitat.php
First Baptist Church Child Development Center Summer camp & Vacation Bible School
Description: Camp kaleidoscope an interactive camp complete with science experiments, field trips, and bible lessons.
Dates: Camp Kaleidoscope is May 28-August 8th; Vacation Bible School is July 14-19
Cost: Camp Kaleidoscope is $150 per week; Vacation Bible School is free
Contact: Heather Shadwell at 842-0382 or at email@example.com for Bible School Vicky Donelson
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Summer Camp
Description: The Camp Pathway provides a setting for girls to stretch their minds and muscles, appreciate the uniqueness and beauty of the world in which they live, exercise leadership and learn a wide variety of new skills. They are also challenged as individuals and as groups working toward a common goal. Camp Pathway progression is designed to build with the girl's skills and experience, and to give her the opportunity to grow individually as well as to work within a group in an outdoor environment. There are several day camp sessions offered for girls in grades 1-5 and several over night sessions for girls in grades 1-12th. Please see website for more details: http://www.gskentuckiana.org/Portals/0/pdfs/2013%20Camp%20Brochurerev6.pdf
Dates: Day and over night sessions offered throughout summer
Cost: Varies per camp. Please see website for more information
Contact: Dana Young at (502) 636-0900 ext. 23100 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School and Summer Care
VBS is open to children ages Preschool (3 and 4) to 6th grade. This years theme is WEIRD ANIMALS- Where Jesus' Love is One of a Kind. Youth in grades 7th-12th are invited to help, as well as the community.
When: June 9th-13th 9am-12pm
VBS is free and open to anyone. Walk-ins are welcome, although pre-registering is highly encouraged.
For more information please contact Marty King at 270-843-9595 or at email@example.com.
This years theme for summer care is a Disney Adventure! Summer Care is for preschoolers ages 2 to 4 and kindergarten to third grade. Parents, you can pick and choose which days you would like you child to attend. The children will participate in various activities and games throughout the week.
When: June 2nd-July 25th
Cost: Prices do vary. A $25 registration fee is required.
For more information, please contact Katie Johnson at 270-843-1001 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Camp Currie
Description: Outdoor, overnight camp located in a KY conservation camp. Campers in grades 4-6 are welcome. Scheduled hands-on activities include: Wildlife Identification, Archery, Boating and Canoeing, Outdoor Survival, Firearm Safety (rifle and shotgun shooting), Fishing and Casting, and Swimming (Red Cross approved). Successful completion of a camp activity entitles the camper to an achievement patch. Campers may also earn the nationally recognized Kentucky Hunter Education Certificate. In all activities, campers are given basic, but complete, instruction in the safe pursuit of outdoor activities and skills related to our natural resources.
Dates: June 30th- July 4th
Contact: Clay Brummal at 270-401-6014 or at email@example.com
Parker Bennett Community Center Camp Good Times
Description: Open house May 23rd to visit the facility and faculty. Also when you register. Children ages 5-7, 8-9, and 10-13 are welcome and will be kept in these age groups. First come first serve to first 75 children. Activities on site and field trips to various locations around town.
Dates: Monday -Friday. May 28-June 28th; July 1-August 2
Cost: $25 per session per child lunch is provided
Contact: Sabrina Johnson at 393-3310 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Warren County 4-H 4-H Camp
Description:Are you ready to experience one of the most fun weeks of your life? Do you like to catch bugs, butterflies, crawdads or fish? Or learn new things such as swimming, riflery, archery, canoeing, crafts, songs and dances? Or do you like to go for a hike and spend time identifying trees and critters you find along the way? Do you like making new friends and having lots of fun? THEN 4-H CAMP IS FOR YOU! Boys and girls ages 9-14 are welcome. Please visit their website for more information: http://warren.ca.uky.edu/camp
Dates: July 8-11
Contact: Julie Brown at 842-1681 or at email@example.com
If you would like to include your organization or agency's summer activities for youth, please feel free to email the event information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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