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  • *NEW* Kids Obstacle/Mud Run (ages 6-12)

    Note Date Change Since Publication Join Endurance Fitness and Centennial Community Education for the inaugural Kids Obstacle/Mud Run on Saturday, August 15. This fun run is for children ages 6-12. The race will take place on the Centennial High School campus grounds completing multiple obstacles, some easy and some a bit more challenging, and end with a mud pit! No worries, the Blaine Fire Department will be on hand to help clean you up along with a DJ playing some fun music. Participants will receive a t-shirt for participating. Register by August 1 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. Start times are staggered by age. Three or more children in one family, $15 per child
  • *NEW* Light the Night Fun - 10 Projects (ages 6-11)

    Have a blast exploring amazing projects that will light up the night. This one-of-a-kind, program includes a wide variety of projects, from super coll Science and Engineering challenges, to outrageously fun Art projects. All the lessons are ready to go when your family is. No adhering to a class schedule, just visit the website and the lesson will be waiting for you to explore. Online content available for one month to access after first login. Projects include: fluorescent light discoveries, flying a cool spooky bat, exploring the secret of a magic firefly garden, creating a mini crossbow, engineering a simple centrifugal water pump, Jelly Fish art, "Calaverita" art, and two science experiments. Orders will be submitted every two weeks on 6/12, 6/26, 7/10 and 7/24. We will then contact you to arrange a pick up date/time at the Community Education Office. Some additional simple materials are required
  • *NEW* Magical, Mystical Unicorns (ages 5-12)

    Unicorn fans, you’re in luck, because we have the perfect camp for you. We’ll make unicorns that dazzle, sparkle, and shine as we explore a wide array of materials and techniques. We’ll draw, sculpt, and even learn the secret recipe for making fabulous, glittery unicorn Slime. Additional time may be spent using various materials to engage participants in creative processes designed to inspire their inner artist. Please pack a nut free snack and drink.
  • *NEW* Monsters, Creatures & Creeps (Entering Grades 1-6)

    Laugh-out-loud funny. Mind-bendingly creepy. Eerie but exciting. If you are a fan of creepy, crawly monsters, this camp is the perfect fit. Learn to draw and cartoon a variety of characters and even complete a large composition using pastels. Explore drawing monsters of all shapes, sizes and colors. There are big monsters and little monsters. Funny monsters and scaly monsters. If you can imagine a monster, we’ll draw it. Create amazing cartoon drawings with humorous expressions and animated poses.
  • *NEW* One-on-One Live Video Conservatory Theater Instruction (Entering Grades 6-12)

    In lieu of the traditional summer conservatory camp or audition camp this year, we are offering one-on-one live video Conservatory Theater instruction with Eric Webster. Six 30 minute sessions will be included over the summer. Times and dates of these 6 sessions will be set up between the student and Mr. Webster and be conducted online. The participant will determine the areas and disciplines of theater they wish to work on and improve. Comedy, Drama, Monologues, Auditioning, Preparation, Character Analysis, Memorizing, Movement, Physical Comedy...anything at all they want to work on, Mr. Webster will design a program for each student individually. Eric Webster is the Director of the High School play, co-director of the Middle School Musical, Technical Director for the High School Musical, Technical Director for the Middle School Play, the High School and Middle School Improv Coach, The Middle School Speech Coach, The Middle School One Act Coach.
  • *NEW* Online Young Rembrandt's 4 Lesson Cartoon & Drawing: Nature Animals (ages 5-12)

    Stimulate those brains. Screen time isn't just watching TV. Join Young Rembrandt's and receive 4 full hour lessons developing vocabulary, fine motor skills, and art techniques. Sharpen those minds and those pencils. Explore the coloring world of nature. Draw three different types of bugs, iconic summer camp scenes, exotic flamingos, and beautiful killer whales. Participants will need the following simple supplies from home: 8.5"X11" paper, pencils, broad ti[ markers, eraser, black permanent marker (Sharpie). A unique link will be send to the email address on registration shortly after your registration. You can access the video by logging in with your email. Watch videos at your convenience up to five times each pausing when needed. Registration will be open through August 31.
  • *NEW* Pastel Animals of Africa (Entering Grades 1-6)

    Find yourself captivated by exotic African beasts. Learn about some of Africa’s most majestic animals as you illustrate them using pastel chalks. An antelope showcased within a mélange of patterns, a stylized zebra with a creative palette and a regal lion are a few of the beasts to be explored. Wear an old shirt or smock to class each day.
  • *NEW* Pastel Ocean Life (Entering Grades 1-6)

    Explore ocean life as you learn to draw and color with pastels. Create detailed, pastel compositions on each day focusing on a different ocean-themed subject. Draw eye-catching sea stars along the shoreline and a pair of vibrant clown fish. Illustrate a sea turtle with bold patterns, a blue crab and a wondrous scene of jellyfish. Our instruction will bring remarkable results, and you will want to head to the frame shop with your finished pastel pieces.
  • *NEW* Robotic Friends (ages 5-8)

    Do you remember when you played with your first Legos? Today they do so much more. Come share the joy of building, exploring and hands-on learning with your little partner through the Lego® Education WeDo 2.0 system. Partners will design, create, and program moving “robots”. Laughter and smiles guaranteed. Don’t forget to bring your camera or phone to take pictures of the process and your creations
  • *NEW* Robotics 2.0 (Entering Grades 1-5)

    The next evolution in youth robotics is here. Build a seeing-sensing robot using LEGO® Bricks, then program it to complete unique tasks and challenges. Next, build a rescue helicopter to find animals in need of assistance and message Headquarters with status updates. Learn basic engineering and computer coding concepts; build multiple LEGO® Bricks projects; Explore how the projects and programming complement each other; and Play with different building and programming options. Restrain summer brain drain, register today.
  • *NEW* Science Explorers STEM Kit - States of Matter, Electromagnet and Flight 101 (Ages 8+)

    Have fun with three STEM topics-chemistry, aerospace and electricity in this virtual classroom. First, your budding scientist will explore the three most common States of Matter in our environment: a solid, liquid and a gas. As your child conducts the three fun and exciting experiments from the provided Activity Guide, they will be learning that: -A solid has a stable shape; -a liquid will take on the shape of the container holding it; and that gas has no shape. Next, discover the four forces that allow planes and rockets to fly: thrust, drag, weight and lift as you experiment with these forces with fun, hands-on experiments and activities while using a paratrooper to investigate drag, a disk launcher to explore lift and more. Then you will build and test an electromagnet and learn how the electromagnetic field was first discovered. Cost: $30 Kits are mailed to your home directly and will take approx. 1-4 days to arrive once registered. Please make sure your address in Eleyo is current. Kit takes approx. 2 hours to complete. ** All you need to supply is water, a half measuring cup, a bowl or tray, 3-clear cups, tape and a table Recommended ages 12 and up working independently and 8 and up working with an adult Science Explorer STEM Kit Warning States of Matter, Electromagnet and Flight 101 WARNING: Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING: This kit contains citric acid, which is a naturally occurring weak acid found in fruit. Wash hands after conducting experiments. If left on hands, can cause skin irritation. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age. WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD To avoid danger of suffocation, keep plastic bag and parts away from young children and babies. Please be aware: The metal parts of the electromagnet can sometimes become warm or hot to the touch. If this happens, turn the electromagnet off. Allow the electromagnet to cool down before using again. WARNING:SHARP POINT HAZARD Toy contains functional sharp point. Not for children under 4 years of age.
  • *NEW* Science Explorers STEM Kit - pH testing and Art-Bot (ages 8+)

    Have fun with two STEM topics-engineering and chemistry with pH in this virtual classroom. Take your first steps into engineering by designing and building your own Art-Bot. These fun and silly robots are popular with both children and adults. Using the Activity Guide, with detailed picture instructions, the fun begins as you build your own Art-Bot with a motor, battery holder and more. Then give your robot a personality with the craft supplies included in the kit. This STEM kit is not just hands-on, it is hands-in. Then step into your own science lab to test the pH of six everyday substances. The exciting part of testing for pH is that the mixture changes color. The final color will indicate if the substance tested is an acid, a base or a neutral. This experiment will have your child excited about the science side of STEM. Plus, enough pH indicator will be provided so this experiment can be conducted again to test other items found around the home. Cost: $33 Kits are mailed to your home directly and will take approx. 1-4 days to arrive once registered. Please make sure your address in Eleyo is current. Kit takes approx. 2 hours to complete. ** Items not included with kit: tape, scissors, paper, 2-7 clear cups and optional paper towels. Recommended ages 12 and up working independently and 8 and up working with an adult. Science Explorer STEM Kit Warning Ph Testing and Art-Bot WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 years. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Toy contains small parts. Not for children under 3 years. WARNING: The motor’s shaft spins at 1500 rpm, so keep shaft away from eyes, face and hair. Kit includes 1 AA battery. WARNING: Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth. WARNING: This kit contain citric acid, which is a naturally occurring weak acid found in fruit. Wash hands after conducting experiments. If left on hands, can cause skin irritation.
  • *NEW* Science Explorers STEM Kit-Slime and Catapults (ages 8+)

    Have fun with two hands-on STEM topics-Slime and Catapults. In this DIY kit, you will first investigate the chemical reaction that creates slime. Mix up your own batch of Glow, Silky and Foam Slime as you discover why slime is delightfully bouncy, stretch, and gooey. Then build three different catapults to examine how levers, energy, and Newton's Laws of Motion all work together as you fling ping-pong balls while practicing your launching and aiming skills. This kit is more than hands-on it's hands-in. Kits are mailed to your home directly and will take approx. 1-4 days to arrive once registered. Please make sure your address in Eleyo is current. Kit takes approx. 2 hours to complete. ** Items not included with kit: water, paper towels, and scissors. Recommended ages 12 and up working independently and 8 and up working with an adult Items in this kit are for external use only. Do not eat or drink any substance contained in this kit. Keep out of eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks Baseball (ages 5-7)

    Skyhawks baseball takes the rich history of the game from Cooperstown to your town. Our progression curriculum teaches the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting and base running in a fun, positive environment by local Skyhawks staff. All athletes regardless of skill level will learn new baseball skills along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork and responsibility. All participants will come away with new friends, new skills and love for the game!
  • *NEW* Skyhawks SuperTots Tball Camp (Ages 3-4)

    SuperTots is a development program that uses a variety of fun games to engage children while teaching the sport of baseball and developing fundamental skills. The goal is to build fitness, muscle coordination, baseball fundamentals and create a love of the game.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks T-Ball (Ages 4-6)

    This camp is designed to introduce the young athlete to T-ball through skill development and small group games. Camp will focus on helping children learn the rules of baseball while working on team play and sportsmanship. Individual skills taught include throwing, catching, hitting, base running and fielding. Please bring a baseball glove and water bottle.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks Virtual Cheerleading Camp (ages 5-10)

    Skyhawks Virtual Cheerleading teaches the essential skills to lead crowds and support the home team from home! Each cheerleader will learn proper hand & body movements, cheers and jumping techniques. Participants should wear appropriate clothing. Classes are offered through Google meets and a registration link will be emailed prior to classes starting.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks Virtual Kid Fit (ages 5-10)

    Skyhawks Kid Fit virtual classes are designed for athletes at any skill level looking to improve or maintain their current overall athletic performance. Increase your speed, improve your agility and over all quickness with our fast-paced drills coordinated by Skyhawks coaches. Participants will put all of their newly learned skills to use during our virtual challenges. Please wear athletic clothing and have a water bottle close. Classes are offered through Google meets and a registration link will be emailed prior to classes starting.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks Virtual Soccer Camp (ages 5-10)

    Skyhawks virtual soccer classes are designed for beginner and intermediate players. This camp focuses on dribbling, passing, and ball control. Athletes are able to practice their skills and show what they have learned virtually while having FUN! Participants will put all of their newly learned skills to use during our virtual challenges. Please wear athletic clothing and have a water bottle close. Classes are offered through Google meets and a registration link will be emailed prior to classes starting.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks Volleyball Camp (Ages 7-12)

    All aspects of volleyball are taught through drills and exercises that focus on bumping, setting, hitting, and serving. This program is designed for the beginner and intermediate player. Our staff will assist campers in developing fundamental skills through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player. Participants should wear appropriate clothing, and bring two snacks and water bottle. All participants receive a medal. Please note there are separate sessions for girls and boys.
  • *NEW* Solar Car, Robot and Machines (Entering Grades K-3)

    Stimulate your creativity by designing and building epic, solar-powered cars, robots, and machines from easy-to-assemble parts. In addition, build solar powered cranes, lift bridges, and many other designs. Let your inner engineer explore the world of solar energy while learning how to problem solve and stretch the imagination. Price includes a mini solar car.
  • *NEW* Squiggles to Grins-Tissue Paper Owl (Ages 2-4)

    Bring Your Favorite Adult to Share in the Fun This unique program offers art, music, movement and creative play all together. Come experience the fun of collaborative creation and go home with a beautiful piece of original art. We will create a tissue paper collage of an owl at night.
  • *NEW* Summer Social Skills (ages 4-7)

    Classes are led by a speech language pathologist from Advance Therapy. Sessions are designed to provide children and their families some easy to understand activities and vocabulary for navigating the sometimes-challenging skills of classroom and peer interactions. Some of the skills for practice in this small group setting may include asking for help, being flexible, negotiating with peers, turn taking, and negotiation play with peers.
  • *NEW* Sunflower Farm Acrylic Painting (ages 12+)

    Socialize, relax and recharge with an at home Art Soiree! No art experience necessary to have fun and enjoy. Your art kit will include a 11x14” stretch canvas, 3 brush sizes, acrylic paint, an instruction sheet with step-by-step instruction, and online link for a video tutorial. You will complete a painting of this sunflower farm at home and at your own pace. Stop, rewind, and pause the video at any time. Kits will be mailed directly to your home. Cost: 1 kit $32/2 kits $44. Please use the drop down tab when registering to indicate the number of kits you would like.