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 Info May 23-July 29 Full of Options

Welcome! I am excited about our 2011 array of offerings for the CSU Continuing Education Activ8 Camp. This will be a fun-filled summer with over 180 offerings within 7 categories of interest; there is truly something for everyone! Also, we are thrilled to present over 100 new classes this year! We look forward to seeing your child for a summer of exploration and fun-filled, hands-on activities. Please join us and have fun at Activ8! – Donna Bedenbaugh Dooley Youth Program Coordinator, Continuing Education

Activ8 is a program of enrichment and sports camps created for kids that allows them to make their own schedule. Our camp consists of fun, hands-on learning without the pressure of homework, tests, or quizzes. Camps fall in a variety of categories: Brain Training: The most educational aspect of our program! There are no textbooks, so you get to participate in hands-on experiments and other creative projects. You’ll have so much fun; you will forget that you are learning. Create-A-Lot: You have never seen this many arts and crafts options in one place. iTech: Build computer skills and even learn how to design your own game. Just For U: Camps designed especially for you to make your life better, now and later.

Unparalleled Camp Structure

Scienceologies: Since there are no textbooks, you get to participate in hands-on, in-and-around experiments and other fun projects.

Flexible Schedules – Choose A New Schedule Every Week (May 23-July 29)

f No class on May 30 and July 4

f Two Sessions, Monday-Friday Choose One or Both:

Showbiz: Singing, dancing, acting, modeling or performing, you will leave camp with a new sense of self confidence and enthusiasm for the skill that you learned in class. From the stage to the circus arena; if it keeps you moving, you can find it here.

– Morning Session – 9am to Noon

– Afternoon Session – 1 to 4pm

f Build Your Schedule – See page 16

f Before and After Care

f Continuous Program Aide Supervision

f Low Student to Teacher Ratio

f Safe Learning Environment

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CSU’s Activ8 was voted Muscogee Moms Award Winner for best summer camp program in 2010!

Sports & Dance: Multi-sports and a variety of dance camps will keep you active all summer.

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Activ8 Academy: Our special program for campers ages 4-7. Every week you will dive into a variety of arts, crafts, games, and songs designed around a central theme. You’ll also get a chance to “show your stuff”! Activ8ers: From brain training to sports and dance, our 8 to 11 year old campers can choose a camp to fit their active and creative lifestyle. BeTween 2 Teen: Our special program for campers 11 and up. Camps are designed with you in mind. You’re not a kid anymore, so it’s time to take it up a notch! From just-for-fun to functional, we have you covered. Here you can learn to improve your artwork, your grades, your life, or even, just your wardrobe.


Register Today! Activ8er.com or call 706.507.8070 Summer Staff The people who work for Activ8 are our greatest asset. All of our Activ8 instructors are certified teachers or professionals in their field and are passionate about the programs they are teaching. Their enthusiasm and devotion to our youth will make this a fun and rewarding experience for your child. Our program aides assist the instructor in the camp and provide supervision throughout the day. Activ8 instructors and aides are carefully screened and trained.

Activ8 – Before and After Care f Offered to meet your family’s needs! f Constant staff supervision and escort to and from camps.

Inside... Activ8 Academy.............. 2 Activ8ers

Brain Training....................3-4 Create-A-Lot....................4-7 iTech..................................7-8 Just 4 U.............................8-9 Scienceologies.................9-10 Showbiz........................10-11 Sports & Dance.................. 11

BeTween 2 Teen

f Offered Monday-Friday of each camp week. f If you will be dropping your child off before 8:45am or picking up after 4:15pm, your child must be registered for Before or After Care. f BEFORE CARE – 7 to 9am f AFTER CARE – 4 to 6pm f Child can be dropped off or picked up anytime during these hours. f Drop off and Pick up only in designated areas (see page 22). f Students who are not promptly picked up at the end of After Care will be charged $5.00 for each 5 minutes of lateness. f FEES are $20.00 per week for a 5 day week and $15.00 per week for a 4 day week (May 31-June 3 and July 5-8).

Brain Training................12-13 Create-A-Lot..................... 13 iTech..............................13-14 Just 4 U.........................14-15 Scienceologies.................... 15 Showbiz............................. 15 Sports & Dance.................. 15

Planning Guide. .............. 16 Other Summer Activities

Lunch Bring your own lunch! Activ8 offers lunch supervision for a fee of $5 per week. Supervision during the weeks of June 1-4 and July 6-9 will cost $4. We kindly request that lunches not include energy drinks. Please DO NOT BRING NUT PRODUCTS out of concern for other campers with nut allergies.

Location

Summer Ballet................... 17 Coca Cola Space Science Center..................... 18 Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative...................18-19 Athletic Camps.............19-21

Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center - Corner of East Lindsey and College Drive

FAQ’s. ................................. 22

What parents are saying about Activ8!

Camp Waiver..............23-24

Enrolling my child in the Columbus State Activ8 Program was a terrific decision. Not only did she spend her summer learning new skills, she actually looked forward to every day of camp. I could not have spent my money more wisely. Thanks to all the staff that made this summer terrific! –– Jennifer Huckaby

Registration Form......... 25

My daughter loved her Activ8 camp this summer. The college students and adult staff were personable and genuinely happy your child was participating. The car-line drop off and pick up was wonderful. We will be back next summer! –– Stephanie Litz

What now?

• Build your summer camp schedule on page 16. • Read FAQ’s on page 22. • Read and complete Activ8 release and waiver on pages 23-24. • Call or go on line to register: a 706.507.8070 a Activ8er.com


Activ8 | Academy

Activ8 Academy Activ8 Academy offers a special program for future Activ8ers who are 4-7 years old. All of these camps will be held at the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center (EBTC). Every week you will dive into a variety of arts, crafts, games, and songs designed around a central theme. All participates should bring their own lunch and supervision is included. Drop off and pick up will be at the EBTC. Before and After Care will be available for an additional fee. All 4 year olds must turn 5 before December 31, 2011 to participate.

Pirate Party Chart a course to adventure, as we kick off the summer with a pirate party! Create a beard, hat, hook and parrot to transform yourself into a pirate. Learn to talk like a pirate, make a spy glass and design a ship of your very own. And of course, you can’t play pirates without a treasure chest and map. The time will sail away with plenty of music, dancing and games! Ages 4–7 / May 23-27 / 9am-4pm / $149

Seuss City Inside Dr. Suess’s noodle, there is a lot to see and doodle. Play with words and counting toodle. Make a rhyme or use your time to dance and sing. You’ll do a bit of everything. Like playing games where you toss a ball inside a striped hat, but please don’t hit our friend, the Cat. Ages 4–7 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-4pm / $129

Ride the Wind Take flight as we take a crash course in rockets and airplanes! You will learn what makes them fly, build a variety of flying machines, test them, race them, and design one of your own. You’ll also make a pair of goggles and a pilot’s scarf so you feel right at home in the cockpit! Ages 4–7 / June 6-10 / 9am-4pm / $149

Building An Empire Compare the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome to discover what it takes to create a powerful

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empire. Create a Grecian clay urn, design and build gladiator weapons, and dance like an Egyptian. You will go on an archeological dig to look for artifacts and use what you learn about empires to build your own! Ages 4–7 / June 13-17 / 9am-4pm / $149

Myths and Legends Travel back in time to learn about the ancient myths and legends of the world. Discover what it takes to be a young hero or heroine as you go through a series of trials, tests and contests of mind and body! Ages 4–7 / June 20-24 / 9am-4pm / $149

A Week in Wonderland Enter the world of fantasy, fairy tales and dreams! You’ll create your own ‘out of this world’ hat, create a pet monster, and much more. We will end the week with a mad tea party of our own! Ages 4–7 / July 11-15 / 9am-4pm / $149

Pajama Jam You are invited to join our week long pajama party! Listen to bedtime stories, design a dream bed, make a teddy bear pal and a personalized pillow case, learn some new lullabies, create decorations for your room, play sleepover games, and much more. Ages 4–7 / July 18-22 / 9am-4pm / $149

Holiday Magic Relive your favorite holidays in our week long celebration! Help make some traditional snacks, create decorations, play games and learn new songs for Christmas, St. Valentine’s Day, Halloween, and July 4th so you can get the most out of your holiday vacation fun. Ages 4–7 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-4pm / $149

Passport to South America

Weather Wizards The weather person on TV is not just pointing to a map. They have learned all about the weather and now it is your turn! Fun projects, activities about different types of weather and learnng to read the skies will give you the ability to predict the weather, too. Ages 4–7 / July 25-29 / 9am-4pm / $149

Discover the rainforests, highland plains, and cities of South America! You will learn about the culture of its people and unique plant and animal life as you create a passport of your own and travel to this beautiful and mysterious continent. You will sing, dance, make traditional crafts, and play plenty of games. Ages 4–7 / July 5-8 / 9am-4pm / $129

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Brain Training

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Activ8ers The Activ8ers include our 8 to 11 year old campers. From brain training to sports and dance, they can choose a class to fit their active and creative lifestyle. Most of these camps will be in the Elizabeth Turner Bradley Center (EBTC). However, the CSU Recreation Center will be the location for sport camps and the Center for Commerce and Technology will house our iTech camps. Drop off and pick up will be at the EBTC.

Brain Training

Kid vs. Wild Would you be able to survive on your own if you were lost in the wilderness? Learn basic survival techniques and specific tips on arctic, desert and tropical survival. In a battle between kid vs. wild; you will always win! Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

Sports By the Numbers Becoming an Author Have you ever thought about becoming an author? Learn how to come up with ideas for your own stories and develop them into an exciting tale of love or adventure! You will also discover new ways to invent characters, places and details that will bring your stories to life! Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

Basic Sign Language Did you know that some people can communicate without words? Learn basic words and how to hold entire conversations by using your hands. Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

Get a look at sports from a different angle to gain an advantage over the competition. Watch and play various sports to learn how math and science are involved. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes because you will get plenty of hands-on experience on the field. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Advanced Sign Language Now that you know the basics, you can begin to improve your sign language skills by broadening your vocabulary and expanding your ablilty to hold conversations. Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

City of the Future

Listen to your heart and create your own personal journal. Learn new ways to put your thoughts and feelings on paper using words and artwork then use your observations to learn about life!

Discover how to create an exciting city from the future by improving existing communities with fresh ideas! Design a road system; plan a community; learn about the environment, parks, and buildings. You will even build a 3D model to bring your vision to reality.

Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

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Fastastic Voyage: Around the World in 5 Days Take a fantastic journey around the world in this informative and fun camp! Create your own passport and visit each continent to learn all about its history and cultures. Learn important words and how to make traditional artwork and tasty treats from each stop along the way! Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

It’s Easy Being Green Do your part to help save the planet! Learn how to make simple recipes for green cleaning products, recycle old milk cartons, and construct bird feeders. You will leave camp with a journal full of going green tips and a bag full of crafts made out of recycled materials to share with your family and friends! Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

Wars of the World Take a look at many of the wars that have changed the history of the world, figure out how military strategies and weapons have evolved, and even design and build some of the greatest weapons of all time! Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

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Activ8ers | Brain Training, Create-A-Lot Building Governments Politics shape our world! Explore political structures with hands-on experience through camp elections and campaigns. Use what you learn to create your own government as we build an Activ8 model United Nations. Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

Riding the Wind: Planes, Kites and Mobiles Discover ways to make your own living art. Create sculptures that move using different kinds of energy; from wind-powered sculpture like kites and mobiles to sculpture that is powered with bands. The only limit is your imagination!

Monsterology Unravel the mysteries of legendary monsters from all over the world. Discover the secrets of the Kraken, Dragon, Hippogriff, Cyclops and many more. You will even create a monster of your own! Ages 8–11 / July 25-29 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ships and Shipwrecks Build model ships and learn why they float as we explore the high seas! Create your own ocean adventure as you learn how much technology has changed since the first ships set sail. Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 1-4pm / $69

Spy Masters Do you have what it takes to be a spy? Go deep into the world of espionage and figure out the tricks spies use to stay invisible. You will leave this camp with new tools and new concepts of spying. Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

Architects Find out what it takes to be an architect! Learn about famous buildings around the world, discover how to design your own buildings, and create your own 3D model. Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $79

Let’s Get Mathematical Discover the joy of mathematical discovery and exploration! Learn about numbering systems, special kinds of numbers (like square, triangular, and perfect numbers) and the fun of solving mathematical puzzles. Play math games with friends and discover origami, the Japanese art of paper-folding.

Academic Adventures

Create-A-Lot

Improve your time management, listening, memory, note-taking and test-taking skills. Become more confident in handling assignments and analyze your own individual learning style to help you become more efficient and organized.

Artistic Time Travel: Ancient Days

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

Gadgets & Gizmos Learn engineering design principles and problem solving techniques while creating unique, personal gadgets and gizmos, including a water rocket and slime!

Travel back in time to discover the art of the ancient worlds of Egypt, Rome, China, and its influence on modern culture. You will also make some artwork of your own based on age old techniques! Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 1-4pm / $79

Be An Artist Have a blast learning the basics of drawing and painting as you explore different media.

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

Marvelous Mysteries Uncover the secrets of the world’s greatest mysteries! What’s the difference between a Bigfoot and a Yeti? Can you track the disappearance of ships and aircraft in the Bermuda Triangle? Do you know exactly how big a giant squid can get? Discover clues to find answers to history’s questions.

Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $79

Decorate Your Room with Flower Power Sew all sorts of flowery decorations for your room, including pillows and wall décor. Sewing is so cool! Ages 8–14 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $85

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $79

Wrap Around Clothes Sew Cool How cool to have pants and a skirt to wrap around you. You’ll be amazed how they work! Sew easy! Sew fun!

Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–14 / May 23-27 / 1-4pm / $85

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Create-A-Lot

Artistic Time Travel: Impressionism This camp will transform you to Europe during the time of the great Impressionist art movement! Learn how to use light and color to create beautiful landscapes. You will use tempera, acrylic and oil pastel, so be sure to dress for mess! Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

Jewelry: Pendants & Beads Create your own beads and pendants of different shapes and styles out of materials like clay, paper and felt. Create your own signature collection! Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69

Sewing Fun for the Beach

Fun with Clay Get your hands dirty as you learn to use different techniques like coils, slabs and pinching to build clay sculptures and pots. You will also learn ways to decorate your final designs. Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79

Fabric Paper Doll Fun Sew adorable old fashioned paper dolls out of fabric. Also sew her a whole wardrobe of clothes that she can wear. Have hours of fun! Ages 8–14 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $85

Sew the puppets from one of your favoite books, no muggles allowed! Then have hours of fun entertaining your family and friends by giving a puppet show!

Ages 8–14 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $79

The Artist Within

Ages 8–14 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $79

Basic Knitting Get started on a lifetime of knitting fun! Learn all the basics in a kid-friendly, hands-on setting. If you love wearing knits, like scarfs, hats, and leg warmers or giving gifts, give this class a try! Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

Learn the art of paper-pieced quilting. Sew a pretty heart wall hanging that will look gorgeous on any wall.

Sew-A-Story Puppets

Ages 8–14 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $85

Sew all sorts of kitchen accessories such as mitts, potholders, and aprons. Helping out in the kitchen will be a delight!

Hearts Quilted Wall Hanging

Ages 8–14 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $85

Make a great beach towel that folds up into a tote bag and more!

Sewing Fun for the Kitchen

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Learn how to draw and paint portraits, landscapes and still life. Use exciting new media like chalk pastels and acrylics to express your inner artist! Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

Sewing a Gift for Dad Make dad a special Father’s Day gift he will always cherish. SSHHH!!! It’s got to be a surprise! Ages 8–14 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $85

Japanese Anime & Manga Learn drawing techniques, character and story development, plus get some insight into the Japanese culture of mythology and martial arts in this fun and informative camp! Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $79

3D Art Adventures Learn how to create 3-D artwork using different materials and recreate styles and techniques of some of art’s most famous sculptors. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Jewelry: Earrings & Bracelets Nothing can spruce up an outfit like a cute pair of earrings, or a cool bracelet! Learn different techniques, patterns, and materials for making both.

Artistic Time Travel: Pop Art Did you know that cartoons and advertisments can be art? Find out how the Pop art movement in the 1950’s changed art forever. Learn how to make a silkscreen painting, create a comic based on your own life, design and create your own product with advertisment and much more! Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

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Activ8ers | Create-A-Lot Sewing a Slumber Party

A Camp to Dye For

Learn to sew while you make everything you need for a slumber party. Make pajamas and a handy pillowcase carry-all for your new creations!

Turn an ordinary white T-shirt extraordinary by using fabric dye. You’ll experiment with color mixing, dyeing techniques and patternmaking to design the ultimate T!

Ages 8–14 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $85

Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

Creative Self Portraits Make realistic drawings of yourself by using color and symbolism to make your artwork tell a story about who you are! You don’t need any special talent, just a little direction and a lot of imagination! Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

Doll’s Life: Slumber Party Sew everything your American Girl doll or stuffed animal needs for a slumber party: PJs, blanket, pillow, and a special bag to put it all in. Ages 8–14 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $85

Enviro-Art Do you love the great outdoors? Are you creative? Learn about famous outdoor sculptures that use materials found in nature and make your own enviro-artwork! Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

My Dream Room

It’s Me! A Sewn Self Portrait

Battle of the Bands

Back by popular demand! Sew a picture of yourself out of different fabric-art techniques. The final product is an abstract portrait that will amaze you!

Some extraordinary musical instruments can be made out of the most ordinary things. You will make your own instruments, learn how to make improvisational music and join a camp band!

Ages 8–14 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $85

Jewelry: Necklaces Everyone loves a great necklace! If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to braid hemp, create bead patterns, use found objects, design a lariat, or make a two-strand necklance; this class is for you!

Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 1-4pm / $69

Fashion Design Explore your personal style and fashion as you learn about the history of fashion and how it influences style trends today. You will design a fashion collection of your own as you create!

Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

Photography

Advanced Knitting

Your photos tell a story about your world, friends, family and the places you go! Learn basic photography techniques and how to choose what to shoot. Bring your own digital camera and memory card to camp and we’ll do the rest.

Take your knitting to the next level by learning how to read patterns, use circular and double pointed needles, to increase and decrease, and make holes in your knitting on purpose! Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Create a decorating plan for the room of your dreams! Make it all about chic or just for fun. You will learn color matching, accessorizing, fabric selection and furniture placement.

Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

Sew up an Independence Day to remember. Make patriotic projects, such as an Uncle Sam hat you can wear and more.

Learn how to make your own felt out of wool and create a collection of super cute handmade items to trade with your friends. Miniature animals, bags, and beads are just a few of the things you will make with this versatile material!

Ages 8–14 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $85

Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $79

Poetry Slam Who says poetry has to rhyme? From a funny limerick to a flowing haiku, make your poetry express how you feel.

Fun with Felt Sewing for the Fourth of July

Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

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Jewelry: Working with Wire

Doll’s Life: School Adventure

Using wire is a great way to expand your jewelry making skills! Amaze your friends when you go back to school wearing gold and silver rings, bracelets, earrings and necklaces that you made yourself!

Your American Girl doll or stuffed animal will be just as ready as you are to start back to school when you make her a new backpack and accessories for school. Ages 8–14 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $85

Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Project Activ8: Be a Designer You will have a challenge to sew each day for the runway. At the end of the week, you can model all of your fashions for your friends & family. Ages 8–14 / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $85

Sew Retro: Rag Doll Make an old fashioned doll just like your grandma remembers. Ages 8–14 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $85

Lady Bug Rag Quilt Sew a lady bug-shaped rag quilt that will look great on your bed or that you can snuggle with on the floor.

Use colored bits of paper to make a beautiful work of art. Put small pictures together like a puzzle to make a one of a kind picture. Decorate a binder for school with a personalized collage of all the things you love!

camp you will be well on your way to becoming an amateur cartoonist. Ages 8–11 / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $79

Puppet Academy Create a cast of puppet characters, write personal stories, and find a world of self expression through puppetry. Ages 8–11 / July 25-29 / 1-4pm / $79

iTech

Ages 8–14 / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $85

Summer Art Studio Add light and shadow to your pictures to make them look 3-D. Explore crosshatching, stippling, and scraffito. New materials, like pen & ink, scratch tools, and combinations like watercolor and oil pastels will take your artwork to the next level. Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

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Alice’s Mad Tea Party Have a Mad Tea Party! You will sew a pinafore just like Alice wore. Don’t forget the rabbit, you will make him too. Ages 8–14 / July 25-29 / 1-4pm / $85

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $79

Chalk It Up to Sewing Sew unusual items out of chalkboard fabric. Let your inner artist shine. Ages 8–14 / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $85

Creating Cartoons

Computerized Craft: Building with Pico Crickets You can design a digital cat and program it to purr when someone pets it or craft a digital birthday cake that plays a song when you blow out the candles. With PicoCrickets, you can create musical sculptures, interactive jewelry, and dancing creatures. http://www.picocricket.com Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $95 Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $95

Learn from Scratch You can learn to create your very own movie or game on the computer. Get ready to learn about an exciting new program from MIT called Scratch, that lets you easily create interactive stories, games, music, and art. You will also discover how to take a digital picture of yourself and make it dance to the music. http://scratch.mit.edu/ Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $95

Can you find things to laugh about in normal, everyday life? Do you like to draw? This camp is for you! Take ideas from popular cartoons, learn how artists perfect their craft and by the end of

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Activ8ers | iTech, Just 4 U Web Design Students will be introduced to the exciting world of Web publications. Through hands-on experience, the participants will learn how to set up a Web site and maintain it efficiently. The campers will learn the basics of the HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) using both plain text editor and various authoring tools, as well as several higher level Web components such as Macromedia Flash and JavaScript. Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $95

Just 4 U

Adventures in Expression

Prim and Proper There are many things in life that can make you look impolite. Luckily, poor etiquette is easily remedied through careful attention. This camp will make learning manners fun while you practice what you are taught. Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $95

Survivor Activ8 Learn from Scratch (Girls Only) You can learn to create your very own movie or game on the computer. Get ready to learn about an exciting new program from MIT called Scratch that lets you easily create interactive stories, games, music, and art. You will also discover how to take a digital picture of yourself and make it dance to the music. http://scratch.mit.edu/ Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $95

Computer Animation Workshop Want to put your own spin on your Facebook or Myspace page? Want to build your very own website from scratch? You’ll learn to hand-code HTML and learn color theory, creative text effects and how to design customized graphics. Make your website POP with dynamic animations created with Flash. Design animated menus, rollovers and time-based effects, image galleries, and more. From a basic webpage to an innovative, artistic site with interactive functions—get your vision online for the world to see. Ages 8–11 / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $95

Ever wonder what it would be like to be stranded on a deserted island? Figure out how to survive by learning about your surroundings and your limitations. Who will be the last survivor? Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

Dragon Training 101 If you have ever considered a dragon as a family pet, there are a few thing you need to know! Learn how to care for your pet dragon and then design and create one to take home. You will make an illustrated journal of your dragon’s adventures to share with family and friends. Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79

Kids Can Cook Create a wonderful snack or meal without using an oven. Learn the proper way to handle food and utensils safely and get a copy of each recipe made in class to take home and make them for yourself! There will be no raw food, peanuts, or use of sharp objects in this camp. Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $85

Learn to use poetry, fashion, art, music and acting as tools you can use to communicate with your friends and family. You will practice using them to express your deepest feelings and to develop your own style. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $79

Girl Power Self-esteem is important for success in everything you do! You will participate in activities that will help you learn more about yourself and the world around you! Empower yourself with confidence and have the courage to make smart choices! For girls only. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $79

Makeover Madness Learn tips and tricks for applying makeup to achieve different looks. You will also learn tips for styling your hair in the trendiest hairstyles. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Vampires & Werewolves Choose a side as you explore the books and movies that have taken the world by storm. Exciting discussions and projects may have you wishing you could travel to Forks, Washington. Come see what all of the vampire frenzy is about! Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

Modern Mythology Attend Activ8’s very own Camp Half-Blood and begin your own adventure based on the popular Percy Jackson series! Discover what it takes to be a young hero or heroine as you go through a series of trials designed to test your mind and body! Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

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and create decorations, make perfect party snacks and play a variety of party games. Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 1-4pm / $69

Road Trip

Pirates of the Chattahoochee Become a pirate and make someone walk the plank. Learn the difference between truth and myth in pirate lore, build weapons and alliances with other pirates, make temporary tattoos, and create a model ship! Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

Basic Wizardology Discover the history of magic and the legends of the wizards. No Muggles allowed! Through a variety of games and activities, review the wizarding world books and movies and learn the basic knowledge you will need to become a great wizard yourself, through a variety of games and activities! Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 1-4pm / $69

Guy Power Self-esteem is important for success in everything you do! Learn more about yourself and the world around you! Empower yourself with confidence and have the courage to make smart choices! For guys only. Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 1-4pm / $69

Party Animals Learn the basics of party planning so you can have the best birthday party of the year. Get ideas for themes, learn how to make unique invitations

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Are you going on a road trip this summer? Learn games and songs to test your memory and observation skills and strategies to help pass the time. Create a checklist of items you should pack in the car to make your trip comfy and worry-free! Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

Advanced Wizardology Are you a wizard prodigy? Practice dueling with spells, learn about magical plants and animals, and discover divination techniques all in preparation to pass your OWLs on Friday. With a top score, maybe you can be named Head Boy or Head Girl! Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Gardening Fun Plant an herb basket and grow living plants as you explore growing and caring for vegetable and flower gardens. Create a sponge-painted flower pot, your own potpourri design, a grass-head pet and original artwork using recyclable materials. Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $79

Knights of Activ8 Become the knight of your own kingdom. Learn the steps to knighthood and rules of chivalry. Design and create your own suit of armor, heraldry and weapons; and participate in a jousting tournament.

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Princess Party Live out your fairy tale fantasy by learning to speak and act like a princess! You will design your own tiara and castle, and create a princess diary where you can keep a journal of the rules for your kingdom. Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

Scienceologies Mad Scientist Conduct crazy physics experiments and create fascinating chemical potions. Become a mad scientist with household products as you learn to perform a variety of experiments. Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ocean Explorers Explore the world under our gigantic oceans by learning about different marine life and the ocean floor. Construct your own 3-dimensional model of this ecosystem while learning about a large diversity of fish, plants and more. Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $79

Tidal Waves, Tornadoes, Earthquakes and Volcanoes Why do natural disasters occur? What happens when a volcano erupts? Discover these answers through handson experiments and research. Put your hand in a tornado, make a model of an earthquake and watch a volcano erupt all in the safety of a camp setting. Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $79

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Blood and Bones

Create-A-Play

Become an insect detective! Use clues about how insects look and behave to draw conclusions about how they may help or harm plants or people. You’ll be amazed at the many important things that insects do for us.

Learn about the body from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. Explore the fascinating processes that keep our bodies in working condition and have fun along the way!

Learn the basic building blocks of play writing! Work in groups to write an original story and take that story all the way from the page to the stage. Learn the importance of movement, improvisation and organization.

Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

Monster Machines Explore the inner working of the world’s most facinating machines and build some of the coolest monster machines ever made, from catapults and rockets to cars and boats.

Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

At the Scene of the Crime Become a forensic scientist! Learn what goes into solving a crime and discover how to catch the criminal by dusting for fingerprints, analyzing handwriting, examining hair fibers, and much more. Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69

Predator and Prey Discover the amazing animal kingdom as you learn how a predator stalks his prey and how the prey can trick the predator to take himself off of the menu! Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69

Star Adventures Explore galaxies far away, learn more about your favorite space adventure movies, and build spacecraft. Take a journey around the universe to discover how to spot star formations and celestial bodies.

Participate in a archeological dig, work in groups to reassemble broken artifacts and learn tons about several ancient civilizations in the meantime. Dress for mess! Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Abracadabra! Time to appear in class and learn some of the best tricks to show your friends. From cards to rope tricks, you will learn enough to put on a performance for your friends and family. Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79

Fantastic Fossils Discover the prehistoric treasures buried deep beneath our feet. Learn about fossils and the ancient creatures that inevitably created them. Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

Singing Sensations Do you love to sing? Do you dream of being a singing star? Sing your heart out as you practice singing solo, as a choir member and even karaoke to prepare for your singing debut! Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

Dino Mite Bones, claws and serrated teeth are all that remain. Come learn about dinosaurs as you take an in-depth look at the giant creatures from long ago. Ages 8–11 / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79

Adventures in Archeology

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iCamp How would you like to make your own web videos? Learn everything you need to know about video production; camera angles, sound recording, storyboarding, and interviewing techniques. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Showbiz Little Miss Activ8 Do you want to know what it takes to be a beauty queen? Learn to showcase your talents, improve self confidence, and increase personal and cultural awareness! Practice for an interview and perfect a talent skill!

On the Runway Have you ever thought about being a model? Learn how to spice up your fashion sense, develop a signature walk, pose for the camera and much more as you prepare for your runway debut! Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 1-4pm / $79

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Broadway Magic If you love the limelight, try Broadway! New musicals, new songs, new performances, but the fun stays the same! (Two week camp) Ages 8–14 / July 18-29 / 1-4pm / $149

Circus Camp Fun with Fairy Tales Relive your favorite fairy tales from a different point of view in this interactive class. What would you do if you were locked in a tower for years? How would you feel if someone dropped a house on your only sister? Use theatre games and improvisation to put a new twist on these favorite fairy tales! Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

Glee Club

Ages 8–11 / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

Jam Session Use rhythm, harmony and improvisation to create beautiful music with your fellow campers! No musical experience required, just an open ear and a little imagination. Ages 8–11 / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $79

Love to sing and dance? Create a performance piece that is exciting for both the eyes and the ears. Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

Camp Activ8 Rocks Get ready to rock in this high energy camp of singing, acting and dancing! Learn new songs and cool choreography for your debut performance. Camp Activ8 Rocks! Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

Lights! Camera! Action! Learn the dynamics of storytelling, acting, directing, shooting and more! From pre-production to premiere, make your very first short movie. Ages 8–11 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

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Explore the world of a circus performer! Learn clowning, improvisation, stilt walking, juggling and much more! Please wear sneakers and comfortable clothing all week!

Sports & Dance Rock Climbing for Beginners Campers will learn the fundamentals of rock climbing by learning skills such as basic knots, belaying, and climbing language.

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in the water through guided and free swim time as well as playing team water sports. Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $85

Jazz, Funk and Hip Hop Learn the right technique for Jazz, Funk, and Hip Hop so you can dance to a variety of music. You will be able to put on a show to dazzle your audience! Ages 8–11 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

Hip Hop Dance Party Pulsing beats and heavy bass will get you moving as we explore this popular dance style. Ages 8–11 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Dance Bootcamp Improve your dance moves with this week-long boot camp! Learn proper stretching techniques and several dance styles! This training will make you a better dancer and prepare you to tryout for your school’s dance team. Ages 8–11 / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

Mad About Sports Want to play flag football? What about soccer, kickball, ultimate frisbee, basketball and more? Play them all at least once in this exciting and diverse camp! Ages 8–11 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–11 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $85

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BeTween 2 Teen | Brain Training

BeTween 2 Teen This is our special program for campers 11 and up. These camps are designed with you in mind! From just for fun to functional activities, we have you covered. Most of these camps will be in the Elizabeth Turner Bradley Center (EBTC). However, the CSU Recreation Center will be the location for sport camps and the Center for Commerce and Technology will house our iTech camps. Drop off and pick up will be at the EBTC.

Brain Training Mathletics There’s a lot more to math than what’s taught in school. It can be a source of wonder, surprise, and even fun! Some of the topics we’ll cover include prime numbers, mathematical games, tessellations, cryptograms, 3D geometry, problem-solving techniques, and origami. Ages 11 & up / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79 Ages 11 & up / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $79

PSAT Power Prepare for the PSAT with this all inclusive camp and get in shape for some serious scores. In addition to learning what you need to know for the math and verbal sections, you will learn how to improve time management and test-taking skills so that you can increase your knowledge and confidence before your test date! Ages 11 & up / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

School Year Adventures

Architects

It is never too early to develop good study techniques and time management skills. Learn how to get good grades while having fun along the way. Join us as we explore test-taking and the development of study skills which will be useful for years to come.

Find out what it takes to be an architect! Learn about famous buildings around the world, discover how to design your own buildings, and create your own 3D model.

Teen CEO Military Maneuvers: Civil War to Present In this class you will learn about U.S. military history from the Civil War to present day. You will be able to study our involvement on different continents and see how military technology has changed in the many years since the Civil War. Ages 11 & up / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

Gadgets & Gizmos Learn engineering design principles and problem solving techniques while creating unique, personal gadgets and gizmos. Ages 11 & up / July 5-11 / 1-4pm / $69

Sports By the Numbers

Military Maneuvers: PreCivil War

Ages 11 & up / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

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Ages 11 & up / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

Ages 11 & up / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Get a look at sports from a different angle to gain an advantage over the competition. Watch and play various sports to learn how math and science are involved. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes, because you will get plenty of hands-on experience on the field.

Ages 11 & up / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

In this class you will learn about U.S. military history from the Pre-Civil War to present day. You will be able to study our involvement on different continents and see how military technology has changed in the many years since the Pre-Civil War. Ages 11 & up / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $79

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Have you ever considered starting your own business? Learn basic marketing skills and how to promote your business. You will also gain a basic knowledge of business management and get creative ideas for improving your business to give you an edge above the competition. Ages 11 & up / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $79

Book Critics Do you love reading but hate writing book reports? Activ8 can help. We will conquer book report blues by learning tips and tricks that will belp you write book reports that your teachers will love and you will be proud to turn in. We aren’t just reading classic novels—bring in your favorite books and get excited about reading! It doesn’t have to be boring and we’ll show you how to add a little fun. Ages 11 & up / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $79

Becoming an Author Have you ever thought about becoming an author? Learn how to come up with ideas for your own stories and develop them into an exciting tale of love or

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adventure! You will also discover new ways to invent characters, places and details that will bring your stories to life! Ages 11 & up / July 25-29 / 1-4pm / $79

Create-A-Lot Stop Motion Mania Learn how to create your own claymation or lego movies using stop motion! Gain a basic knowledge of narrative structure, camera angles and movement, sound and editing. Bring your own digital camera or video camera.

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of drawing materials including, graphite, charcoal, and oil/chalk pastel.

Don’t depend on your parents to cook all the time! Learn to create a wonderful snack or meal without using an oven. You’ll learn the proper way to handle food and utensils safely and get a copy of each recipe made in class to take home! There will be no raw food, peanuts, or use of sharp objects in this camp.

Ages 11 & up / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $79

iTech Blog About It Do you have something on your mind? Why don’t you blog about it? Learn to express yourself and stay safe at the same time. You will learn to make observations about your life and turn it into a funny story that your friends and family will love! You will also learn cool tricks and tips for making your blog more interesting, like adding pictures or lists.

Ages 11 & up / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $79

Drawing Studio Practice drawing landscapes, portraits, or objects from observation or imagination. Improve the way you use line, shape, value, form and contour, and perspectives. You will use a variety

Ages 12–18 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 11 & up / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

Awesome Accessories

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Did you know that you can completely change the look of an outfit just by changing the accessories? Learn how to make the most out of your wardrobe and make some accessories of your own including necklace and earring sets, hair clips, and handpainted scarves.

Decorate Your Room with Flower Power Ages 8–14 / May 23-27 / 9am-12pm / $85

Fabric Paper Doll Fun Ages 8–14

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Ages 11 & up / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $79

Sew-A-Story Puppets Ages 8–14

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Sewing Fun for the Beach Ages 8–14

Practice painting landscapes, portraits, or objects from observa-tion or imagination. Improve the way you use line, shape, value, form and contour, and perspectives. You will use a variety of materials including, watercolor, acrylic and tempera.

Sewing Fun for the Kitchen Ages 8–14

Ages 11 & up / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $79

Japanese Anime & Manga Learn drawing techniques, character and story development, plus get some insight into the Japanese culture of mythology and martial arts in this fun and informative camp! Ages 11 & up / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $79

Sewing a Gift for Dad

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Hearts Quilted Wall Hanging Ages 8–14

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Wrap Around Clothes Sew Cool Ages 8–14

/ June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $85

Ages 8–14 / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $85

Doll’s Life: Slumber Party Ages 8–14 Sewing a Slumber Party Ages 8–14

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It’s Me! A Sewn Self Portrait Ages 8–14 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $85 Sewing for the Fourth of July Ages 8–14 / June 27–July 1 / 9am-12pm / $85 Project Activ8: Be a Designer Ages 8–14 Sew Retro: Rag Doll Ages 8–14

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Doll’s Life: School Adventure Ages 8–14 Lady Bug Rag Quilt Ages 8–14

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Alice’s Mad Tea Party Ages 8–14 / July 25-29 / 1-4pm / $85 Chalk It Up to Sewing Ages 8–14 / July 25-29 / 9am-12pm / $85

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BeTween 2 Teen | iTech, Just 4 U Introduction to Game Design

3D Game Art and Design

Do you want to develop computer games? You can create professional looking games in very little time. You can make games with backgrounds, animated graphics, music and sound effects using a professional game development engine.

This immersive course will lead you through the process of designing and creating an original game assets using Blender. You’ll learn practical approaches to level map design, previsualization, and 3D conceptualization/modeling.

Ages 15–18 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-4pm / $195

Ages 15–18 / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $95

introduction to driver’s education and get a head start on learning the rules of the road. The more prepared you are the better driver you will be when you meet the road. Ages 11 & up / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69 Ages 11 & up / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

Spa Spectacular

Animate with Alice

Lego Robots

You can learn to create your own movie or game. You will learn to work with an exciting program from Carnegie Mellon University called Alice that allows you to direct your own 3D movie or 3D interactive animation. http://www.alice.org/

You can learn to build a robot that will navigate an obstacle course. You will assemble a robot with the LEGO Mindstorms NXT Robotics System (http://mindstorms.lego. com/) and then tell it what to do.

Pamper, de-stress and learn about the fine art of relaxation and meditation. Learn how to create scented masks, facials, foot soaks, exfoliants and aromatherapies. Practice hair, nails and skin care using natural techniques which include nutrition, exercise, massage, mainicures and more.

Ages 11–14 / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $95

Ages 11 & up / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69

Lego Robots (Girls Only)

Invent on Python: Computer Programming

Vampires & Werewolves

You can learn to build a robot that will navigate an obstacle course. You will assemble a robot with the LEGO Mindstorms NXT Robotics System (http://mindstorms.lego. com/) and then tell it what to do.

Learn computer programming using the Python programming language. You will learn to change images, put a picture of yourself in a scene, and manipulate music, all while learning to write computer programs.

Choose a side as you explore the books and movies that have taken the world by storm. Exciting discussions and projects may have you wishing you could travel to Forks, Washington. Come see what all of the vampire frenzy is about!

Ages 11–14 / June 13-17 / 1-4pm / $95

Ages 15–18 / July 25-29 / 1-4pm / $95

Ages 12–18 / May 31–June 3 / 1-4pm / $69

3D Design

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Fashion 911

Ages 11–14 / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $95

Discover the wonderful world of sculpture! You will learn how to create 3-D artwork using different materials and recreate styles and techniques of some of art’s most famous sculptors. Ages 11 & up / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $95

Game Maker Do you want to develop computer games? You can create professional looking games within very little time. You can make games with backgrounds, animated graphics, music and sound effects, and even 3D games using gamemaker (http:// www.yoyogames.com/make). Ages 11–14 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $95 Ages 11–14 / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $95

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Babysitter Bootcamp Raise the bar for your babysitting business! Learn infant and child safety, basic lifesaving skills, homework assistance skills and games kids love to play. Improve your marketing strategy and receive a number of resources you can use to find activities for kids and to promote your business. Ages 11 & up / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69 Ages 11 & up / July 11-15 / 1-4pm / $79

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Brush up on fashion do’s and don’ts in this interactive camp. Learn to coordinate colors and be on the cutting edge of fashion trends. You will also discover tips and tricks for makeup, accessories and ways to increase your confidence and self esteem! Ages 11 & up / June 6-10 / 9am-12pm / $79

Organize Your Life Improve time management, listening, memory, note-taking and test-taking skills. Become more confident in handling assignments and analyze your own individual learning style to help you become more efficient and organized. Ages 11 & up / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

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Makeover Madness Learn tips and tricks for applying makeup to achieve different looks. You will also learn tips for styling your hair in the trendiest hairstyles. Ages 11 & up / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

Party Animals Learn the basics of party planning so you can have the best birthday party of the year. Get ideas for themes, learn how to make unique invitations and create decorations, make perfect party snacks and play a variety of party games. Ages 11 & up / June 27–July 1 / 1-4pm / $79

Girl Power Self-esteem is important for success in everything you do! You will participate in activities that will help you improve your self-esteem, learn about yourself and the world around you! Empower yourself with confidence and have the courage to make smart choices! For girls only. Ages 11 & up / July 5-8 / 1-4pm / $69

Pet Parenting Think you are ready to take on the responsibility of pet ownership? Learn a variety of concepts concerning interaction with the animals in our lives in an interactive setting. Learn about your pet’s needs, basic animal care, pet safety, occupations and volunteer opportunities working with animals and the way in which animals benefit people. Ages 11 & up / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $79

Teen vs. Wild

Ages 11 & up / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $79

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Scienceologies At the Scene of the Crime Become a forensic scientist! Learn what goes into solving a crime and discover how to catch the criminal by dusting for fingerprints, analyzing handwriting, examining hair fibers, and much more. Ages 11 & up / May 23-27 / 1-4pm / $79 Ages 11 & up / July 18-22 / 1-4pm / $79

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Mad Scientist Conduct crazy physics experiments and create fascinating chemical potions. Become a mad scientist with household products as you learn to perform a variety of experiments.

Broadway Magic

Ages 11 & up / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $69

If you love the limelight, try Broadway! New musicals, new songs, new performances, but the fun stays the same! (Two week camp)

Ages 11 & up / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79

Ages 8–14 / July 18-29 / 1-4pm / $149

Bridges and Towers Ever wonder how bridges can stay suspended over large bodies of water or how towers can manage to touch the clouds without toppling over? In this class you will build model bridges and skyscrapers and discover how these structures stay up and fall down.

Sports & Dance

Ages 11 & up / June 6-10 / 1-4pm / $79

Rock Climbing Adventures

Tidal Waves, Tornadoes, Earthquakes and Volcanoes

Campers will learn the fundamentals of rock climbing by learning skills such as basic knots, belaying, and climbing language.

Why do natural disasters occur? What happens when a volcano erupts? Discover these answers through handson experiments and research. Put your hand in a tornado, make a model of an earthquake and watch a volcano erupt all in the safety of a camp setting. Ages 11 & up / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

Learn basic survival skills such as how to start a camp fire, cooking outdoors, recognizing poisonous plants/ animals, and what to do if you encounter a bear. Strengthen your knowledge and appreciation for the outdoors.

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Blood and Bones Learn about the body from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. Explore the fascinating processes that keep our bodies in working condition and have fun along the way!

Ages 11 & up / June 13-17 / 9am-12pm / $85 Ages 11 & up / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $85

Cougar Swim Camp Campers will learn appropriate stretches and warm ups before entering the water. You will review swim strokes and experience a lot of fun in the water through guided and free swim time as well as playing team water sports. Ages 11 & up / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $85 Ages 11 & up / July 18-22 / 9am-12pm / $85

Ages 11 & up / July 5-8 / 9am-12pm / $69

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Session 1 May 23-27

Ages Price

o Tidal Waves, Tornadoes, Earthquakes 8-11 o Rock Climbing for Beginners 8-11 o Ocean Explorers 8-11 o Little Miss Activ8 8-11

$79 $85 $79 $79

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Planning Guide

o Artistic Time Travel: Ancient Days 8-11 o Be An Artist 8-11 o Decorate Your Room w/ Flower Power 8-11 o Wrap Around Clothes Sew Cool 8-11 o Mad Scientist 8-11

$79 $79 $85 $85 $79

o Survivor Activ8 Session 2 May 31-June 3 o Prim and Proper o Monster Machines o Predator and Prey o Creepy, Crawling Critters o Jazz, Funk and Hip Hop

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o Becoming an Author 8-11 o Jewelry: Pendants & Beads 8-11 o Artistic Time Travel: Impressionism 8-11 o Sewing Fun for the Beach 8-14 o Sewing Fun for the Kitchen 8-14 o Cougar Swim Camp 8-11

$69 $69 $69 $79 $79 $85

Session 3 June 6-10

o Kids Can Cook o Dragon Training 101 o Star Adventures o Little Magicians o Singing Sensations o Create-A-Play o Sports By the Numbers o Fun with Clay

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$85 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79

o Basic Sign Language o Dear Diary o Kid vs. Wild o Basic Knitting o The Artist Within o Sew-A-Story Puppets o Fabric Paper Doll Fun o Computerized Craft: Building w/ Pico Crickets

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-14 8-14

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $85 $85

o Hearts Quilted Wall Hanging o Learn from Scratch o Adventures in Expression o Adventures in Archeology o iCamp o On the Runway o Hip Hop Dance Party

8-14 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$85 $95 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79

o Jewelry: Earrings & Bracelets o 3D Art Adventures o Japanese Anime & Manga o Makeover Madness o Blood and Bones o Girl Power o Sewing a Gift for Dad

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-14

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $85

o Creative Self Portraits o Poetry Slam o Sewing a Slumber Party o Web Design o Vampires & Werewolves o Glee Club o Fun with Fairy Tales

8-11 8-11 8-14 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$79 $79 $85 $95 $79 $79 $79

o Advanced Sign Language 8-11 o Fastastic Voyage: Around the World 8-11 o City of the Future 8-11 o My Dream Room 8-11 o Doll’s Life: Slumber Party 8-14 o Enviro-Art 8-11 o Artistic Time Travel: Pop Art 8-11

$79 $79 $79 $79 $85 $79 $79

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$95 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79

o Wars of the World o It’s Easy Being Green o Jewelry: Necklaces o Photography o It’s Me! A Sewn Self Portrait o Sewing for the Fourth of July o At the Scene of the Crime

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-14 8-14 8-11

$79 $79 $79 $79 $85 $85 $79

o Road Trip o Basic Wizardology o Guy Power o Party Animals o Dance Bootcamp

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$69 $69 $69 $69 $69

o Spy Masters o Ships and Shipwrecks o Building Governments o Battle of the Bands o A Camp to Dye For o Fashion Design

8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$69 $69 $69 $69 $69 $69

o Sew Retro: Rag Doll o Project Activ8: Be a Designer o Learn from Scratch (Girls Only) o Advanced Wizardology o Gardening Fun o Mad About Sports

8-14 8-14 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$85 $85 $95 $79 $79 $79

o Architects o Let’s Get Mathematical o Riding the Wind: Planes, Kites and Mobiles o Fun with Felt o Jewelry: Working with Wire o Advanced Knitting

8-11 $79 8-11 $79 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$79 $79 $79 $79

Session 9 July 18-22

o Doll’s Life: School Adventure o Lady Bug Rag Quilt o Web Design o Princess Party o Knights of Activ8 o Circus Camp

8-14 8-14 8-11 8-11 8-11 8-11

$85 $85 $95 $79 $79 $79

o Marvelous Mysteries 8-11 o Academic Adventures 8-11 o Gadgets & Gizmos 8-11 o Collage-A-Thon 8-11 o Summer Art Studio 8-11 o Broadway Magic (2 wks - July 18-29) 8-14

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $149

Session 10 July 25-29

o Alice’s Mad Tea Party o Computer Animation Workshop o Dino Mite o Jam Session

8-14 8-11 8-11 8-11

$85 $95 $79 $79

o Monsterology o Puppet Academy o Creating Cartoons o Chalk It Up to Sewing

Session 4 June 13-17

Session 5 June 20-24

o Computerized Craft: Session 6 June 27-July 1 o Building w/ Pico Crickets o Modern Mythology o Pirates of the Chattahoochee o Fantastic Fossils o Camp Activ8 Rocks o Lights! Camera! Action! Session 7 July 5-8

Session 8 July 11-15

BeTween 2 Teen Camp

Ages Price

Session 1 May 23-27

o Becoming an Author Session 2 May 31-June 3 o Sewing Fun for the Beach o Sewing Fun for the Kitchen o Stop Motion Mania o Mad Scientist o Pre-Driver’s Ed o Babysitter Bootcamp o Spa Spectacular o Vampires & Werewolves o Introduction to Game Design

$79 $79 $79 $85

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11-14 11-14 11 & up 12-18

$85 $85 $79 $79

11 & up 11-14 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 15-18

$69 $75 $75 $69 $69 $69 $69 $69 $69 $195

Session 3 June 6-10

o Sew-A-Story Puppets o Fabric Paper Doll Fun o Mathletics o Sports By the Numbers o Animate with Alice o Bridges and Towers o PSAT Power o Fashion 911

11-14 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up

$85 $85 $79 $79 $95 $79 $79 $79

Session 4 June 13-17

o Sewing a Gift for Dad o Hearts Quilted Wall Hanging o Lego Robots (Girls Only) o Rock Climbing Adventures o Painting Studio o Awesome Accessories

11 & up 11 & up 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up

$85 $85 $95 $85 $79 $79

11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up

$85 $85 $95 $95 $79 $79 $79 $85

o It’s Me! A Sewn Self Portrait 11 & up Session 6 11 & up June 27-July 1 o Sewing for the Fourth of July o Military Maneuvers: Civil War to Present 11 & up o School Year Adventures 11 & up o Japanese Anime & Manga 11 & up o Game Maker 11-14 o Makeover Madness 11 & up o Party Animals 11 & up

$85 $85 $79 $79 $79 $95 $79 $79

8-11 $95

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o Decorate Your Room with Flower Power o Wrap Around Clothes Sew Cool o At the Scene of the Crime o Blog About It

o Sewing a Slumber Party Session 5 June 20-24 o Doll’s Life: Slumber Party o 3D Design o Game Maker o Mad Scientist o Tidal Waves, Tornadoes, Earthquakes o Organize Your Life o Cougar Swim Camp

Session 7 July 5-8

o Blood and Bones o Girl Power o Teens Can Cook o Gadgets & Gizmos

11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up

$69 $69 $79 $69

Session 8 July 11-15

o Rock Climbing Adventures o Sew Retro: Rag Doll o Project Activ8: Be a Designer o Military Maneuvers: Pre-Civil War o Babysitter Bootcamp o PSAT Power o Teen CEO o Architects o 3D Game Art and Design

11 & up 11 & up 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 15-18

$85 $85 $85 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $95

Session 9 July 18-22

o Broadway Magic o Doll’s Life: School Adventure o Lady Bug Rag Quilt o Book Critics o Lego Robots o At the Scene of the Crime o Pre-Driver’s Ed o Teen vs. Wild o Pet Parenting o Cougar Swim Camp

11 & up 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up

$149 $85 $85 $79 $95 $79 $79 $79 $79 $85

Session 10 July 25-29

o Chalk It Up to Sewing o Alice’s Mad Tea Party o Mathletics o Drawing Studio o Architects o Invent on Python: Computer Programming

11-14 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 11 & up 15-18

$85 $85 $79 $79 $79 $95


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CSU Dance Conservatory Summer Ballet Classes Maintain your beautiful ballet form, or start ballet this summer! Take advantage of classes in 3-week sessions: • Session 1: June 13–30 • Session 2: July 11–28 All new students ages 6 and up will be evaluated for placement. Four and 5 year olds register for Creative Movement. Kindegarten, 1st, and 2nd grade children register for Pre-Ballet. New students are required to pay a $10 summer registration fee. All CSU Dance Conservatory classes are held at the historic Rankin Arts Center, 1004 Braodway in uptown Columbus. Register before April 15 and receive a 5% discount. Register CLASS SCHEDULE for both ballet sessions and receive a 5% discount. Discounts June 13-30 & July 11-28 (2 Sessions) may be combined! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Call 706.507.8070 and register today!

SUMMER TUITION Number of Classes

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1 class per week

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2 classes per week

$59

3 classes per week

$85

4 classes per week

$99

5 classes per week

$115

6 classes per week

$120

7 classes per week

$129

Mommy & Me 4-4:45 pm Creative Movement 4-5 pm Intermediate/ Advanced Ballet Technique 5-6:30 pm Beginner Ballet 5-6 pm

One-week fee schedule available. Call 706.507.8070 for information.

Intermediate/ Advanced Jazz 6:30-8 pm

Pre-ballet (6 yrs) 4-5 pm

Beginner Ballet 4-5 pm

Intermediate/ Advanced Pointe 5-6:15 pm Beginner Theatre 5-6 pm

Beginner/ Intermediate Tap 5-6 pm Beginner Jazz 5-6:15 pm Intermediate/ Advanced Variations 5-6:30 pm

Intermediate/ Advanced Modern 5-6:30 pm

Intermediate/ Advanced Theatre 6:15-7:30 pm

Adult Ballet 6:15-7:45 pm

Ballet Intensive 2011! For students who have been en pointe for a minimum of 3 consecutive years. On Friday, June 3rd, parents and family are invited to a showcase of the student’s work. The Ballet Intensive includes Conditioning, Technique, Choreography, Pointe, and Variations, Jazz, and Theatre. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your skills this summer! Bring your lunch. Teachers: Armando Maldonado (guest teacher), Nicole Park (guest teacher), Isiah Harper, Maria Hirsch. Week 1: May 23–27 / 9:00 am–3:45 pm / $245 Week 2: May 30–June 3 / 9:00 am–3:45 pm / $245

Register for both weeks for $425 (Save $65!). Register by April 15 and receive a 5% discount! Call 706.507.8070 or register on line at conted.colstate.edu

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Hunters & Swans Ballet Camp Don’t miss this Creative Movement Summer Camp. You’ll have four days of fun and dance instruction, along with crafts, music, story time and more. Then get ready to show off when you perform during a special show for family and friends at the end of camp! Ages 4-6 / May 31-June 3 / 9-11:30 am / $60

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CocaCola Space Science Center All space camps will be held at the CocaCola Space Science Center; 701 Front Avenue, Columbus, GA.

MasterBlasters! Campers will learn the fundamentals of designing and building a rocket from scratch. You will gain an understanding of the principals of aerodynamic stability, rocket propulsion and recovery by building and flying your own rockets. Bring a bag lunch! Ages 8–12 / June 6-10 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $225

RocketBoosters! Do not be fooled by their ages, these campers will be doing space-related activities that would excite and challenge campers of all ages. Among the activities include launching rockets, flying jet simulators, enjoying laser shows, constructing solar-cookers, and making aliens. Snacks are provided, bring a bag lunch. Ages 5–7 / June 13-17 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

So You Want to be an Astronaut! One of our most popular camps. Campers will fly Challenger Missions and fighter jet simulators, design and build aliens, explore robotics and aeronautics, build and launch different types of rockets, and much, much more. Snacks are provided, bring a bag lunch. Ages 7–10 / June 20-24 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

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Earth, H2O & Beyond! Designed especially for water lovers, this camp will focus on the role of water, both here on Earth and in the far reaches of the solar system. Among the many activities include rocket and balloon launches, gaming, Challenger missions, jet simulators, aliens and to top it all off, a field trip to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta...Awesome! Snacks will be provided, bring a bag lunch. Ages 7–10 / June 27–July 1 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

So You Want to be an Astronaut! One astronaut camp is never enough! Intended for those unable to attend the first one. Campers will fly Challenger Missions and fighter jet simulators, design aliens, explore robotics, gaming, build and launch different types of rockets, and much, much more. Snacks will be provided, bring a bag lunch.

awesome adventure. Sign up quick! Snacks will be provided, bring a bag lunch. Ages 8–12 / July 18-22 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

LightSpeeders! With so much to do, this camp will seem like it moves at the speed of light! Rockets, games, space art, flight simulators, sci-fi movies, laser shows, and solar telescopes are just a small list of the activities these campers will enjoy. Snacks will be provided, bring a bag lunch. Ages 5–7 / July 25-29 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

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Ages 7–10 / July 11-15 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

Space-O-Rama! Space-O-Rama is a great camp for future scientists. An awesome week of walking through the universe, constructing and launching rockets, designing aliens, building sundials, playing space games, jet simulators and much, much more. Snacks will be provided, bring a bag lunch. Ages 5–7 / July 11-15 / 8:30am-4:30pm / $205

SuperHeroes! The ultimate hero experience! In addition to Challenger missions and rocket launches, in this camp you will explore super strength, have flying lessons, invincibility training, be part of a super team, and create an action plan to SAVE THE WORLD! Only at Coca-Cola’s Space Science Center’s Super Hero Camp do we take the best of what comic book legends and heroes have to offer, and then create the opportunity for you to have an

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All Math Collaborative camps will be held at Columbus High School; 1700 Cherokee Avenue, Columbus, GA.

Problem Solving Investigators PSI Become a PSI specialist as you solve mysteries, explore puzzles, play games, and enjoy hands-on activities, all while investigating mathematical ideas. Campers will discover that mathematics is about more than just numbers and computation as they engage in a variety of handson explorations. Students will become detectives, scientists, and explorers on their quest to become a Problem Solving Investigator. The Columbus High Math Club can provide supervision for early drop off or late pick up for an additional fee. Information about early drop off and late pick up is available at http://crmc. colstate.edu/camps.asp. Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 9am-12pm / $79 Ages 8–11 / June 20-24 / 1-4pm / $79

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Columbus Regional Math Collaborative, Athletic Camps

POWER Camp (Boys Only: Grades 6th - 8th) Sports statistics, architecture, art and design, rockets, games, puzzles, and technology have a foundation in mathematics. Come and explore these and other topics through a variety of hands-on activities in POWER Camp for boys entering 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Whether you already like math or it has never been your favorite subject, you’ll be intrigued to see how it connects to other areas of your life and inspired to find out that it is about more than numbers and computation. You’ll spend the week engaged in hands-on activities–no boring drill and practice. Come have fun while you explore mathematical connections. Students should bring their lunch. The camps will be held at Columbus High School. The Columbus High Math Club can provide supervision for early drop off or late pick up for an additional fee. Information about early drop off and late pick up is available at http://crmc.colstate. edu/camps.asp. Ages 11–14 / June 20-24 / 9am-4pm / $149

PRIME Camp (Girls Only: Grades 6th - 8th) Explore mathematical connections to art, science, games, puzzles and technology in a fun and engaging camp for girls only. Whether math is already your favorite subject or if you’ve never cared for it, you’ll enjoy the variety of activities in this popular camp. You’ll see connections between mathematics and many areas of your life and find out that math is more than just numbers and computation. No boring drill and practice–just engaging activities to peak your interest in mathematics. This is the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative’s longest running camp. Girls frequently remember their PRIME experience fondly even after finishing college. Don’t miss the opportunity to have fun and learn some mathematics at the same time. Students should bring their

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lunch. The camps will be held at Columbus High School. The Columbus High Math Club can provide supervision for early drop off or late pick up for an additional fee. Information about early drop off and late pick up is available at http://crmc. colstate.edu/camps.asp. Ages 11–14 / June 20-24 / 9am-4pm / $149

Athletic Camps SPRING BREAK Soccer Camp 2011 The Spring Break Soccer Camp is designed to give extra training to both boys and girls who want to improve on the fundamentals of soccer. Skills will be taught according to age and ability with a small sided approach. Each session will focus on various areas of the game including dribbling, finishing, passing, receiving, possession, and goalkeeping. Classes will run every day during the Muscogee County Spring Break. All campers are required to bring their own soccer ball, water bottle, and a snack. All soccer camps will be taught at the CSU Walden Soccer complex on campus located just off of Algonquin Drive. For additional information please contact Jay Entlich at 706-507-8055. Ages 4–14 / April 4–April 8 / 9am-12pm / $125

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Soccer Camps The CSU Soccer Camps will focus on making the game of soccer easy and fun. Learn the skills of dribbling, passing, kicking, and making goals. The typical day includes fundamentals and matchrelated skills training, tactical awareness training, and competitive group and team play. Players at all skill levels will benefit from the program. Full day campers will eat lunch in the caferteria (included in tuition). In the afternoon, campers will play indoor soccer and go swimming when facilities are available. Campers will meet at the CSU Walden soccer complex. Half Day: Ages 4–14 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $125 Ages 4–14 / June 13-16 / 9am-12pm / $125 Ages 4–14 / July 25-28 / 9am-12pm / $125 Full Day: Ages 7–14 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-4pm / $200 Ages 7–14 / June 13-16 / 9am-4pm / $200 Ages 7–14 / July 25-28 / 9am-4pm / $200

High School Elite Soccer Camp Elite soccer camp is for campers who would like more of an opportunity to grow as a player. This camp will provide strength and conditioning, speed and agility, and the opportunity to learn more advanced tactics and functional training. Camp will focus on helping players speed of play and decision making capabilities. A recruiting seminar will be offered during this camp to help campers better understand the recruiting process. Camp begins on Sunday with check-in at the dormitories from 2-3pm followed by a meeting to begin camp at 4pm at the Mock Pavillion. Commuters: Ages 10–18 / June 19-23 / 9am-9pm / $250 Residents: Ages 12–18 / June 19-23 / 9am-9pm / $375

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Activ8 | Athletic Camps CSU Speed and Agility An elite sports specific speed, agility and quickness program designed to improve players’ athletic ability on the playing field. The training will develop the proper form and technique in motor ability in order to increase players’ success as athletes. The speed and agility program is devised to jumpstart players’ training and show them the exercises necessary to be able to improve in the following areas: Muscle Strength, Speed, Flexibility, Changing Direction, Power when Running and Jumping, Coordination, and Acceleration. All athletes should bring the following items to camp: Sport required footwear, tennis shoes, and a water bottle. Campers are encouraged to bring plenty of water. Ages 8–14 / July 11-14 / 6-7:30pm / $100

CSU Elite Speed and Agility Ages 8–18 / July 18-21 / 6-8pm / $125

Striker / GK Soccer Camp The third annual Striker/Goalkeeper camp offers specialty training for players who like to score goals and become better goalkeepers. The entire week will focus on being the best strikers and goalkeepers in the area. This camp is for players who want the next level of training.

Softball: Skills Camp Half Day (Girls Only)

Softball Hitting Camp (Girls)

This camp is designed for the younger athlete looking to improve their overall skills. Campers will be grouped according to skill level. Lunch will be provided for Full day campers only.

This camp is designed for hitters wanting to advance their skill level. Level of instruction will vary depending on current skill level. Campers will get individual and group instruction.

Ages 8–14 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $110

Ages 8–18 / July 13-15 / 9am-12pm / $100

Softball: Skills Camp Full Day (Girls Only)

CSU Little Cougars Baseball Camp

This camp is designed for the younger athlete looking to improve their overall game. All areas of softball will be taught in small groups. Groups will be determined based on their overall level. Lunch is provided in this camp.

The Little Cougar Baseball Camp is for the younger player looking to develop his/her skills, learn the game, and have fun. Players will receive individualized instruction and learn fundamentals of hitting, pitching, fielding, and team play. Players will be divided into age groups for drills and games. The camp will be headed up by the CSU Head Coach Greg Appleton and his assistant coaches Patrick Collins and Sammy Styers. Campers will meet daily at Ragsdale Field on the CSU campus. Campers must bring their own baseball bats and gloves. For more information please contact Greg Appleton at 706-568-2444.

Ages 8–14 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-4pm / $200

High School Elite Prospect Softball Camp (Girls Only) Designed for the serious High School player who wants to play at the collegiate level. Morning and afternoon sessions will consist of drill work while night sessions will be game times. Commuter: Ages 14-18 / July 18-20 / 9am-9pm / $200 Resident:

Ages 9–18 / July 25-28 / 6:30-8:30pm / $100

Ages 14-18 / June 18-20 / 9am-9pm / $300

Middle School Prep Camp

Softball Pitcher/Catcher Camp (Girls Only)

This New Camp that starts in 2011 will be for Middle School soccer players trying to get ready for their upcoming Middle School season. We will focus on preparing the players to play at a higher level and work on tactics training and individual skill development. This camp is for boys and girls who will be entering into the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade only.

This camp is designed for pitchers wanting to advance their skill level. Level of instruction will vary depending on current skill level. Campers will get individual and group instruction. Ages 8–18 / July 11-12 / 9am-12pm / $80

CSU Junior Cougars Baseball Camp The Junior Cougar Baseball Camp is for the Little League aged player looking to further develop his/her skills and practice those skills in game play. Players will receive individualized instruction and learn fundamentals of hitting, pitching, fielding, and team play. Players will be divided into age/skill ability groups for drills and games. The camp will be headed up by the CSU Head Coach Greg Appleton and his assistant coaches Patrick Collins and Sammy Styers. Campers will meet daily at Ragsdale Field on the CSU campus. Campers must bring their own baseball bats and gloves. For more information please contact Greg Appleton at 706-568-2444. Ages 9–13 / June 13-16 / 9am-12pm / $125

Ages 11–14 / August 1–3 / 6-7:30pm / $30

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Athletic Camps

Basketball Individual Camp (Boys & Girls) These camps are designed to accommodate all skill levels. Campers will improve their basketball playing skills and focus on the fundamentals and participating in different contests and scrimmages. The Columbus State University Men’s and Women’s coaching staff will provide instruction. Campers will meet at the Lumpkin Center on the CSU campus. Visit csucougars.com for more information. Ages 6–16 / May 31–June 3 / 9am-12pm / $125

Basketball Elite Camp Elite camp is for advanced high school basketball players who are looking to improve their game. Players will get specialized individual attention from the CSU coaching staff, and they will be competing with players similar in skill level. Campers will meet at the Lumpkin Center on the CSU campus. Visit csucougars.com for more information. Ages 14–18 / May 31–June 3 / 2-5pm / $125

Basketball Shooters Camp This camp is designed to help players improve their shooting technique. Campers will work on three point shots, free throws, and shooting off the dribble. The Men’s and Women’s coaching staff will be providing instruction. Campers will meet at the Lumpkin Center on the CSU campus. Visit csucougars.com for more information. Ages 3–18 / July 25-27 / 6-9pm / $85

FUN-Damentals of Golf Camp Are you going to be a champion golfer one day? Then FUN-damentals of Golf is a summer camp for you. Come to the CSU golf camps at the Mark Immelman Golf Teaching Center located at the Bull Creek Golf Course. Gain a deeper understanding

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of golf, and build confidence in your ability while having a fun-filled time with other campers. During the camp you will learn and practice driving, iron play, chipping, bunker play, and putting as well as learning the rules and correct etiquette. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Bring your own lunch. All campers are required to wear appropriate clothes and golf or tennis shoes. Note: to be a champion golfer you also have to have your own golf equipment! For more information call CSU Head Golf Coach, Mark Immelman at 706-565-4829.

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friends. The CSU cheerleaders will offer guidance in all aspects of Cheerleading. Call Jimbo Davis at 706-568-2317 for more information Campers meet at the CSU Lumpkin Center. Ages 4–14 / July 11-15 / 9am-12pm / $85

Ages 6–18 / June 6-9 / 8:30am-11:30pm / $225

Tennis Camp The CSU Tennis Camps explore the game of tennis and the fundamentals needed to be a successful player whether you are a beginner or advanced player. Instruction covers the fundamentals, and combines games, drills, and workouts with the ball machine. We will work on the backhand and forehand swings, and the serve. Campers will meet at the CSU Mary Blackmon Tennis Center. For more information call 706.568.2317. Ages 5–17 / June 13-16 / 9am-12pm / $125 Ages 5–17 / June 20-23 / 9am-12pm / $125 Ages 5–17 / July 18-21 / 9am-12pm / $125 Ages 5–17 / July 25-28 / 9am-12pm / $125

Dance Camp The CSU Dance Team is one of the south’s best Division II programs. They will conduct their Annual Dance Camp at CSU. The camp will feature all types of dances. The week will end with a grand finale on Thursday for family and friends. The camp will work with individuals or teams. Call 706-568-2317 for more information. Campers meet at the Lumpkin Center. Ages 4–14 / July 18-21 / 9am-12pm / $85

38th Cheerleading Camp The 2011 Cheerleading Camp is the 38th Annual and is the longest running camp on the campus of CSU. The CSU Cheerleading program is one of the best Division II programs. The CSU Cheerleaders have won several Peach Belt Titles, are nationally ranked and are the 2004, 2005 & 2008 UCA National Champions. The 38th Annual Columbus State University Cheerleading Camp will feature cheers, chants, jumps, dances and a lot of fun. The week will end on Friday morning with a Pep Rally for family and

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Activ8 | FAQ’s

Activ8 FAQ’s PLACE

SUPPLIES

All Activ8 camps are held on Columbus State University’s main campus (does not include ballet, math collaborative, athletics and CCSSC):

All supplies are included with the cost of Activ8 camps unless specified otherwise.

fActiv8 Academy is housed solely in the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center.

fActiv8ers and BeTween 2 Teen camps will be in the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center, CSU Recreation Center (Sports), and the Center for Commerce and Technology (iTech).

fAll Activ8 campers must be dropped off and picked up at the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. They will be escorted by our staff to other locations as needed.

Drop-off & Pick-up There is only one designated drop-off and pick-up area for all children involved in the Activ8 program: the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. This will be the only supervised area on campus to drop-off and pickup your child. Children are not allowed to be on campus without supervision before 8:45am or after 4:15pm. If you cannot drop-off after 8:45am or pick up before 4:15pm, you must sign your child up for Before and/or After Care. We will be enforcing a sign-in/out policy for campers. Parking is only allowed in the parking lot of the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. Curb parking is prohibited.

AGE GUIDELINES fSeven year old students who have completed the 2nd grade may attend the Activ8 Academy or Activ8ers.

fTen year old students who have completed the 5th grade may attend the Activ8ers or BeTween 2 Teen camps.

WAIT LISTS When our classes fill up, we will put you on our waiting list. If there is an opening, you will be notified. Avoid missing a camp by registering early!

WAIVER All participants must have a fully completed and signed waiver before they can join the camp. Please make sure that we have all waivers prior to the start of the program. If we do not have your child’s waiver, your child cannot participate.

ABSENCES If your child is going to be absent or late, please call the Activ8 office at 706.507.8282 to let us know. We need to know where your child is at all times. Activ8 aides take roll at the beginning of each camp. If your child is absent, we will call you to verify their absence.

SPECIAL NEEDS We welcome all children to our program and make our best effort to accommodate everyone. If your child has special needs, please let us know one week prior to your child attending camp.

HEALTH NEEDS When filling out your child’s waiver, please make sure to include all medical information that would be relevant and important for our staff to know. If there are special health needs, please contact our Activ8 office at 706.507.8282.

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ORIENTATION We will be holding orientation for participating families to see how Activ8 camps work. Orientation will last approximately 45-minutes and will be held in the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. Below are the dates and times. You do not have to reserve a spot, so just come and be sure to bring your children! fSaturday, May 14 – 11am fSaturday, May 21 – 11am

In case of bad weather (i.e., heavy rain, lightning, or tornadoes), we will keep all children indoors until the weather has passed and the staff has been authorized to go back outside. For the safety of your child, we ask that you allow bad weather to pass before coming to find your child. Our staff will make sure all children get to their destinations once authorization has been received. Please send an umbrella or poncho with your child if the weather requires it.

SAFETY

REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS

Safety is our number one concern for your children. All of our employees have passed criminal background checks. At no point in our schedule will your child be left unsupervised. Our program aides go through comprehensive training and will be on campus before, between, and just after classes begin to help direct children to their camps. To accommodate those with allergies, NO NUTS please.

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If you choose to withdraw from a camp, you must contact us before 5pm, on the Wednesday prior to the start of the camp, to get a full refund minus a $15 processing fee. If you withdraw after Wednesday, but before the camp begins, you will receive a 50% refund. No refunds are given after a camp begins. We reserve the right to cancel a camp and will notify you before the start date to issue a refund or transfer your child to another camp.

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DISCOUNTs fEARLY BIRD DISCOUNT A 5% discount is available to anyone who registers for any summer camp by April 15, 2010.

fFULL SUMMER REGISTRATION DISCOUNT Activ8 is offering a 5% discount to anyone who registers for the entire summer. In order to be eligible for the discount, campers must be enrolled in a morning camp, lunch, and an afternoon camp for each of the ten weeks. Camps fill early so be sure to sign up now. The Full Summer Discount may be combined with the Early Bird Discount. Please contact the Continuing Education Registration Desk for more information on how to obtain this discount. * Camps may have material fees included in the class cost. Discounts are not applied to material fees.

Summer Camp Release and Waiver of Liability This is a legally binding Consent Form and Release of Liability made voluntarily by me, the undersigned Releasor, on my own behalf, and on the behalf of my heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives and assigns to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia and its institutions, Columbus State University (hereinafter “CSU”). The undersigned hereby acknowledges that participation in the above named activity involves inherent risk of physical injury and assumes all such risks. The undersigned hereby agrees that for the sole consideration of CSU allowing the undersigned to participate in the above named activity for which or in connection with which the university has made available any equipment, facilities, grounds or personnel for such programs or activities, the undersigned does hereby release and forever discharge CSU and the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, its members individually, and its officers, agents and employees of any and from all claims, demands, rights and causes of action of whatever kind of nature, arising from and by reason of any and all known al1 unknown, foreseen and unforeseen bodily and personal injuries, damage to property, and the consequence thereof, resulting from my participation in or in any way connected with the above named activity. In an emergency, I acknowledge that I am solely responsible for all medical and other costs arising out of bodily injury or any loss sustained through participation in this activity. I authorize program staff to secure any licensed hospital, physician and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for the participant’s immediate care. By the execution of this agreement, I accept and assume full responsibility for any and all injuries, damages, and losses of any type, which may occur to me, and I hereby fully and forever release and discharge CSU, its officers, employees, and insurers including any self-insurance funds of the State from any and all claims, demands, damages, rights of action, present and future, whether the same be known or unknown, anticipated or unanticipated, resulting from or arising out of my participation in this class. I understand that the acceptance of this release and waiver of liability by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia shall not constitute a

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waiver in whole or in part of sovereign immunity by said Board, its members, officers, agents, and employees. I have read the above carefully before signing. Further, I understand that this release and waiver of liability shall be effective for a period of time for the dates listed above.

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT Disciplinary action may be imposed whenever a student commits or attempts to commit any act of misconduct on the CSU Campus, or at any activity, function, or event sponsored or supervised by CSU, including but not limited to: 1.

Possession, use or distribution of an illegal or controlled substance, or look-alike drug.

2.

Unauthorized and/or illegal possession, use or distribution of any alcoholic beverage.

3.

Theft of property or services.

4.

Intentional or willful and wanton destruction of property

5.

Assault and/or battery.

6.

Possession of a weapon.

7.

Conduct which constitutes harassment or abuse that threatens the mental well-being health or safety of any individual.

8.

Do not bring laptops, MP3 players, iPods, CD’s/DVD’s, or any electronic devices to camp. Cell phones may not be used during camp time; they must be turned off.

Consequences include, but are not limited to a conference with the student, conference with parent/guardian, and removal from the program (without refund) for the safety and wellbeing of other campers. *Disciplinary action may also be imposed whenever a student commits any acts of misconduct during an off-site event or activity.

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Activ8 | Waiver PARTICIPANT NAME: _______________________________________ DATE OF BIRTH: _ _____________________________ DATES ATTENDING: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Initial

o RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY

I have read and fully understand the Release and Waiver of Liability Agreement and release of all claims.

o BEHAVIOR CONTRACT

We, the participant and the parent/guardian, understand and agree to abide by the CSU Code of Conduct. I acknowledge that we are fully aware of the consequences resulting from the violation of any of the guidelines and agree to comply with the Code of Conduct.

o CAMP T-SHIRT (For sports camps only) Youth Sizes

Adult Sizes

o SM (5-6) o MED (8-10) o LG (12-14)

o SM o MED o LG o X-LG o XX-LG

o EMERGENCY CONTACT PERSON

Name of emergency contact person(s) (in case a parent/guardian is unavailable) _____________________________________________ Name

_ _____________________________________________

Day phone

Name

Day phone

PICK-UP AUTHORIZATION o Name of person(s) authorized to pick-up participant include: _____________________________________________ Name

_ _____________________________________________

Day phone

Name

_____________________________________________ Name

Day phone

_ _____________________________________________

Day phone

Name

Day phone

o TREATMENT AUTHORIZATION AND PERMISSION

I authorize CSU staff to administer immediate and emergency medical treatment, including (1) transporting your child to a hospital emergency room or (2) calling the local rescue squad or ambulance. 1) Please list specific medical allergies, chronic illnesses, or other conditions that will impact participation in camp. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2) Does the participant take any medication on a regular basis?

o YES o NO

Will that medication need to be administered during program hours?

o YES o NO

If yes, list medications and directions for taking the medicine.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ PHOTOGRAPHY PERMISSION

The CSU campuses are public places. As public places, CSU is permitted to take photographs and other media of individuals on its campuses and/or other sites including, but not limited to outside areas, classrooms, athletic fields or at CSU events without the permission of individuals who appear in these photographs. These photographs may be use by CSU in any reasonable manner including, but not limited to CSU publications, advertisements and/or posted on websites. Names will not be identified with images at any time. Any exceptions must be cleared with Kristin Barker. Contact barker_kristin@colstate.edu or call 706.568.2316.

Signature of Participant__________________________________________________________

Date________________________________________

Signature of Parent/Guardian_ ____________________________________________________

Date________________________________________

**Please return to Continuing Education**

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COURSE INFORMATION

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

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Name ______________________________________________ Date of Birth: ___________________ Circle One: Male Female

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Grade in in School School 2008-2009 Grade 2010-2011 ______________________________ Parent/Guardian Name __________________________________

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Please make check or money order payable to: Columbus State University Continuing Education Columbus State University 4225 University Avenue Columbus, GA 31907-5645

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Early Bird Discount: Register before April 15, 2011 and get a 5% discount on all summer camps.

Full Summer Savings: Give your kids something great to do all summer! Register them in Activ8 camps every week during the summer and get a 5% discount. Campers must be enrolled in a morning class, lunch, and an afternoon class for each of the 10 weeks.

*Early Bird and Full Summer discounts may be combined.


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