Richmond Spring Break Camps 2014

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Spring might not feel like it’s around the corner but it’s coming! There’s no reason why the kids can’t have a great time and keep learning.

Check out these great camps during spring break to keep the kids busy.

Have a great camp that we missed? Email Brian@Richmondmom.com and we’ll be sure to get it up.

 

Archaeology Henricus. April 14-18. Ages 8-12. Henricus Foundation Patrons (Alexander Whittaker Level and above). New this year for Spring Break!  Join a week-long archaeological project at Henricus Historical Park.  Learn about the tools and strategies used to help locate sites and the archaeological method to understand how to create a living history museum.  Help sort, catalogue and clean artifacts found in the area and help us locate the 1611 fort!  Field trip included.  Registration required by April 9th by calling 804-318-8797.

Beyond the Classroom. An array of extracurricular activities that provide opportunities for children and adults to delve deeper into particular interests, dabble in unfamiliar techniques or pastimes, and embark on entirely new ventures. Each semester, we include some extended multi- session activities offering a chance for sustained engagement, as well as shorter workshops to try something new. Our Beyond the Classroom program is open to all children in the Richmond area, whether enrolled at Sabot or elsewhere.

Camp T. Brady Saunders.  April 14-18. Spring Break camp is an opportunity to earn Eagle required merit badges and many other merit badges not normally offered during summer camp.

Golf Camp for Kids – Windy Hill. April 14-18. Windy Hill is excited to offer full day spring break camps for 2014. Our April Masters (full-day) course is designed for ages 7-17 and will accommodate golfers with varying skill levels.  Camp runs for five days from 9-4pm with the right mix of instruction on the range, putting green, and on course time.  Led by professionals who are seasoned leaders in the sport with innovative strategies to keep students engaged in the sport long after camp has finished. All aspects of the game will be covered. Lunch will be provided each day at Windy Hill! Please send a snack/drink of choice for the afternoon hours.

Independence Golf Club Camps. Each session provides instruction and practical on-course experience on etiquette, rules, putting, short game, full swing and course management – all critical elements to becoming a better golfer. Golf clubs will be provided during each program. Junior Clubs and merchandise are also sold in the Independence Golf Shop.

Mad Science Spring Break Camp. April 14-18, 2014. Keep the kids busy over Spring Break!  Our Spring Science Sampler camp is a mix of themes taken from the upcoming 2014 summer camp season.  Each day will be a different theme.  The kids will stay busy in the morning exploring topics such as chemistry, space, robotics & spy academy!  After lunch, we will take a break for movie and then back to more science.  Camps will go from 9 AM to 4 PM and run $250.  There is a $20 discount for siblings.  These camps are for grades 1 to 5.  Before and after care is available too from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Richmond Kickers Spring Break Camp. Don’t miss the Richmond Kickers Futsal Camps over Spring Break, March 10-14 at Trinity Episcopal School and April 14-18 at Ukrop Park! Designed for players ages 6-14 and led by former Kickers professional player, Gerson Dos Santos, the Kickers Futsal Camp is the perfect way to stay sharp during spring season, learning new moves and techniques to increase confidence on the ball.

Richmond Olympiad Spring Camp. The Richmond Olympiad has been serving the Richmond area children with quality gymnastics for 43 years. Our world class staff of professionals provides outstanding instruction. The staff has improved the fitness level and lifestyles of thousands of children. “We are gymnastics and fitness service professionals! Every action we take, every judgment we make is for the welfare of our children and families.”

Richmond Strikers Spring Break Camp. Training sessions will focus on ball mastery, in a fun, enjoyable environment! The players will experience juggling and dribbling exercises with different surfaces of the foot, along with passing techniques from the Arsenal Training Program. We aim to challenge the players, to use turns, tricks, and moves, in a variety of finishing games, 1v1 competitions along with 4v4 mini soccer tournaments

Soccer Spring Camp. April 14-18, 2014. Ages 5-14. The Spring Break Camp is open to RECREATIONAL and TRAVEL team players ages 5-14 years old. Players will be divided into groups based on their age and skill level to ensure that each participant is challenged to the best of their ability. This camp will concentrate on proper ball handling techniques through high repetition training and small sided games. Special emphasis is placed on confidence building by encouraging each player to use their imagination, take risks, and be creative while trying new skills learned.

Soccer Camp in Goochland. 3-5 year olds. March 18 – May 3, 2014. This program will introduce preschoolers to basic soccer skills such as dribbling, shooting, and passing as well as give them a solid foundation for the future. The emphasis is on having fun while playing the great game of soccer and not on winning and keeping score.

square SPARCSPARC Spring Break Camp. April 14 – 18. Back by a popular demand! Students will enjoy a one-week intensive, all-day camp that will culminate in an exciting performance. Show material/title is TBA. Students will work with SPARC’s highly acclaimed acting, vocal and dance instructors. In addition to song and dance, actors will work together to create simple props or set pieces, enjoy theatrical games and exercises, have secret pal gifts, plus all the other elements that go into putting on a big hit musical. This wonderful one-week “Broadway Boot Camp” is THE perfect way to spend your spring break, so don’t miss out on your chance to be a star with SPARC! No audition necessary! All students will participate in a final share for family and friends in the Sara Belle November Educational Theater at SPARC on Friday, April 18.

Spring Break Sports Camp. April 14-17. Please sign up kids that love sports. Each group of ten campers will be led by a Richmond PAL Police Officer. Soccer, baseball, hiking, football, basketball, fishing, bowling and a movie.

University of Richmond Camps for Little Scholars and Young Rembrandts.  April 14-17. What will your elementary child do with a weekend, a weeknight, over spring break or over the summer? At the University of Richmond, your child can join educational enrichment programs that capitalize on the rich heritage of the school as a premier private liberal arts university. Broaden your child’s horizons with a multimedia adventure or a building block frenzy. Give your child the skills to become a parent’s special helper for a younger sibling. Or give your child the tools to express the hidden artist within.

Virginia Outside. Events and dates coming soon.

VA RepertoryVirginia Repertory Camps.  April 14-18, 2014. Are your kids traveling for spring break this year? No plans yet? Send them on the adventure of a lifetime to the Kingdom of Far Far Away (cleverly hidden within The Children’s Theatre of Virginia at Willow Lawn)! Campers will spend their days learning the ways of ogres and royalty getting to know all the fairytale characters along the way. Each day will be filled with creative drama, movement and music in addition to a mix of theatre related arts and crafts. The campers will get to see the professional production of Shrek. On the last day they will perform selections from the show for friends and family on that very same stage!

Volley Tots Spring Camp get ready for summer volley ball with the Volley Tots Spring Camp. Kids will learn great volley ball skills of course but also team work, hand eye coordination, and social skills.

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