Open your child's eyes to a new experience this summer at THE ART CAMP! This program's dynamic, hands on workshops will awaken your child's hidden talents. Choose from a wonderful variety of inspiring workshops like Woodworking, Watercolors, Sculpture, Cartooning, Martial Arts, Magic, Yoga, Theatre Arts, Cooking, Fine Art and more! This year have your child spend some summer days with inspirational teachers and artists who will uncover your child's creative unique self. Enroll online. The program operates for 8-week, broken down into two, 4-week sessions. Programs include:
The Art Camp is attending the L.A. Camp Fair in Calabasas so you will be able to meet the camp owners and directors and even do some fun arts and crafts activities at their booth! Be sure to attend the L.A. Camp Fair...Admission is absolutely FREE!
Has you child ever wanted to make their own movie? If so, they'll love Movies By Kids Summer Camp!
MOVIES BY KIDS is a creative program designed for teaching young students the exciting process of movie making and animation. This unique “Hand’s On” program offers children the opportunity to conceive, write, produce and direct their own, animated movies, live action shorts and special effects segments in our summer camp programs.
Want more information about this program? How about meeting the camp directors in person? You can do all that and more at the upcoming L.A. Camp Fair at AC Stelle Middle School in Calabasas on Sunday, April 23. Make your plans to be with us!
Looking for a science camp this summer? Mad Science Summer Camp will be at the April 23 L.A. Camp Fair in Calabasas where you can meet representatives from their program and learn about the camp.
Mad Science Summer Camp offers full and half-day camps that deliver a fun-filled week consisting of: in-class discovery and exploration, outdoor games with physical activities, and hands-on application exploring the scientific principles being presented. Campers will be able to touch, see, hear, smell and taste what science is really all about as they play various games, perform crazy experiments, and participate in various demonstrations. Additionally, continue the fun at home, as all camps provide an interactive take-home project, on either a daily or weekly basis.
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Cheer Mania Camp is hosted by former Laker Girl, Michelle Boehle who wil be exhibiting at the L.A. Calabasas Camp Fair.
By the way, Cheer Mania seems like quite a fun camp! Professional cheerleaders will give top notch instruction as campers learn jumps, cheers, dance, tumbling and stunting. Campers will perform a complete cheer/dance routine on the last day, create their very own cheers, work on teamwork, make new friends and have a BLAST! Ages 4-12. Beginner and Intermediate.
The Arterie is the latest camp to sign up as an exhibitor for the April 23 L.A. Camp Fair at A.C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas.
If your child is interested in an art summer camp, here's a program you'll want to check out.
The Arterie art camps are offered when schools are on break and sell out every year! Students create a variety of 2D and sculptural pieces and work with materials including paper mache, clay, wire, and paint. Camps are grouped by age and run Tuesday through Friday from 10a-2p. Each camp includes all materials to make incredible projects, snacks, inspiration, and fun!
Please make a note to visit The Arterie's booth at the L.A. Camp Fair!
Every child has different interests, so thankfully there are different camps for many different kids! L.A.'s a HUGE city, 4 million people or so. That means anywhere you look you can generally find a fantastic summer program your child will love.
But here's the downside.
Sometimes it gets pretty time-consuming researching summer camps one-by-one. Thankfully, there's a couple solutions to pursue to make your camp search easier.
First, this website has listings of many different summer programs in the L.A. area. From day camps to overnight camps and all kinds of programs in between, after spending just a few minutes on L.A. Summer Camps website you will soon find an ideal program that suits your child's interests.
Next, mark your calendar for Sunday, April 23 to connect with over 50 summer camps at the upcoming L.A. Camp Fair in Calabasas! This is a kid-friendly, FREE EVENT and fun for the whole family where you can go booth-to-booth at AC Stelle Middle School meeting camp counselors and staff from over 50 local programs.
There will be free activities for the kids and lunch available, too. But even though admission is free, there's only one drawback to this Camp Fair event...you'll need free tickets, and they are going FAST!
Be sure to get your free tickets to the Calabasas L.A. Camp Fair right now before they're all gone. We'll be looking forward to seeing you April 23!
Now here's a camp that's really cool! At Sandbox Summer Camps Computers and Mathematics program, kids can develop new interests, build new skills and explore new possibilities!!!
Visit the Sandbox 4 Kids website to check out their schedule for a fun-filled summer, where the kids get to design video games and mobile apps, mod play Minecraft, and built program Robots. Sandbox offers a choice of popular programs in 3 major areas of computer science: - Robotics &Electronics - Video Game Design & Programming - Multimedia & Productivity.
And be sure to visit their booth at the upcoming L.A. Calabasas Camp Fair!
Here's a cool concept ... a Jewish summer camp offering both a day camp and sleepaway camp program to choose from. Or you could even attend both!
Camp Alonim, located in Simi Valley, strives to spark a love for Jewish culture and tradition in our campers by exposing them to a multitude of ways to be Jewish. We offer a variety of activities such as art, mountain biking, swimming, ropes courses, horseback riding, dance, performing arts, sports, and more! We offer both overnight and day camps, with many scholarships available.
Camp Alonim is one of the premier Jewish summer camps in the L.A. area. Be sure to stop by their booth and meet to meet their camp directors and learn about their programs at the April 23 L.A. Calabasas Camp Fair.
Meet Camp Representatives the Conejo Valley Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy and Learn About their Martial Arts Summer Program at the L.A. Camp Fair Sunday, April 23 at AC Stelle Middle School
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy will be attending the L.A. Calabasas Camp Fair on April 23, 2017 at AC Stelle Middle School.
For kids and teens interested in a martial arts summer camp, this is a program you don't want to miss!
The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy offers a Self-Defense, and Bully Prevention training program. You will learn real life self-defense techniques and be able to practice them in a safe and friendly environment. You will gain the knowledge to be able to protect yourself and your loved ones in any real self-defense situation. You will gain confidence, strength, endurance, flexibility, discipline, and at the same time have a great time at this summer camp program.
Camp Helping Hands (CHH) is Southern California’s premier service-learning summer camp. CHH gets young children involved in their community by way of service-learning. Through service projects and field trips, participants work together to make a difference in their community where it is needed most. Campers grow confident and compassionate.
Camp Helping Has has six locations to serve you including Encino, Northridge, Santa Clarita, Thousand Oaks, and West Hills.
Camp Helping Hands will be exhibiting at the April 23 Camp Fair in Calabasas. Be sure to stop by their booth to meet their camp staff and learn about their program.
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com