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  • Advanced Drawing - Mixed Media with Kidcreate Studio

    Ever wonder what words like contour, shading, and proportion mean, or how they can improve your drawing skills? In this advanced drawing camp, artists will explore these advanced techniques and more as they create drawing projects using a variety of different media including pencil, oil pastel, watercolor, and more. Course Offered by: Kidcreate Studio
  • Art of Indigo Dye

    The process of dyeing with indigo is magical. As you dip fabric in the dye vat and pull it out, the color changes from yellow to blue in front of your eyes as it oxidizes in the air. Learn the history and science behind indigo dye, how a synthetic vat is mixed, how to create different shibori resists with fabric, and dye two bandana scarves to keep. *Bandanas will be provided, but students are also welcome to bring a small cotton item to dye. (Socks, scrunchie, etc.) Course Offered by: Parcel Arts LLC
  • Babysitter Training

    Would you like to be a babysitter? Learn the skills needed to be a responsible caregiver! This Babysitter's Training course will provide you with the tools you need. Designed for boys and girls, ages 10-16 this 8 hour course will cover age-specific child care and development, safety, basic first-aid, plus, how to find jobs, communicate with parents and run your own babysitting business! By the end, you will be ready and skilled to be a great child care worker! Course Offered by: Vicky Sarahan, Independent Instructor
  • Camp Couture: Beyond Beginner Sewing

    Camp Couture is an exploration of sewing, where you can start by learning the basics and continue to turn your own ideas into wearable reality. Beyond beginner is for the sewer who has some experience on the machine. Grow your skills with more advanced projects including a skirt or shorts with pockets, incorporating elastic and mixing in work with a serger. Sewing machines and supplies will be provided. Course Offered by: Jen Beaupre Designs
  • Camp Couture: Fashion Drawing

    Are you interested in fashion design? Join us for this camp where you will put your ideas on paper! Try different art media, draw from real clothes, and create your own design illustrations using your own inspirations! Supplies will be provided. Course Offered by: Jen Beaupre Designs
  • Full Day Off Site Experience: Conquer Ninja Warrior

    Full Day Off Site Experience: Conquer Ninja Warrior Do you enjoy building strength, confidence and working in a team environment? Well, that’s what Conquer Ninja Warrior is all about! Come along with us to this awesome ninja obstacle course where the instructors will help us work together to conquer the challenge. Please arrive to CMS by 10:15am. We will depart CMS at 10:30am and return by 1:00pm. Please bring a water bottle and wear tennis shoes. Full Days are open from 7:30am - 5:00pm. Experiences within each day will be at varied times. You may cancel a full day experience at any time up to 7 calendar days in advance. You will be charged a $5 cancelation fee, but will receive a full refund for the course. You may not cancel within a 7 calendar day notice. Course Offered by: Eden Prairie Community Education Staff in Partnership with Conquer Ninja Warrior
  • Full Day Off Site Experience: Three Rivers Fishing and Canoeing

    Full Day Off Site Experience: Three Rivers Fishing and Canoeing Students will be taking part in two outdoor activities separated by a 30 minute lunch at the park. Students will get to fish for half the time and go canoeing the other half of the time. Please arrive to CMS by 10:00am. We will depart CMS at 10:15am and return by 4:00pm. Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch! Full Days are open from 7:30am - 5:00pm. Experiences within each day will be at varied times. You may cancel a full day experience at any time up to 7 calendar days in advance. You will be charged a $5 cancelation fee, but will receive a full refund for the course. You may not cancel within a 7 calendar day notice. Course Offered by: Eden Prairie Community Education Staff in Partnership with Three Rivers Park District
  • Polymer Clay Snacks

    Celebrate National Hot Dog and Lollipop Day (July 20) by creating a miniature pretend picnic! Using oven-safe polymer clay, learn how to prep your materials, shape and form different types of snacks, add expressive details, and receive instructions on how to bake your pretend snacks at home so they’re ready for your next cookout. Use your crafted snacks for decoration, play, or turn them into charms! Course Offered by: Parcel Arts LLC
  • Speed, Agility and Quickness Camp

    Skyhawks speed and agility camp is designed for athletes at any skill level looking to improve their current overall athletic performance. Drills and exercises are designed to improve overall quickness, strength, speed, body control, and agility. Increase your speed, and improve your agility and overall quickness with your fast paced drills coordinated by Skyhawks coaches. Please wear appropriate athletic clothing, bring a water bottle and sunscreen. Course Offered by: Skyhawks Sports
  • Street Art on Paper

    Street art is an original type of art that we can find only in the streets. ART is everywhere and our students will get the chance to dive in and experience the fun of this popular art form. Join Us! Course Offered by: Young Rembrandts
  • Web Design with HTML

    Make your own web page now. Students showcase their creative skills to program their own webpages. This camp focuses on developing skills used by web designers. Campers learn how to create and share the content on own web pages. Students learn how to structure and style web. *Students need to bring thier own device - Chrome Book or MacBook. Course Offered by: STEM Builders
  • Wood Working

    Every {YEL!} class and summer camp has these three elements in it: Teach It! Practice It! Play It! In the {YEL!} Woodworking Summer Camp they are: Teach It! – Our instructors show students the proper way to measure, mark, cut and fix the wood. Practice It! – Students are often given extra pieces of wood to practice hammering, screwing, cutting, or painting. They can practice before they actually cut or paint their own project. Play It! – In woodworking, we consider the building portion of class to be the Play It! portion of the camp. The students get to be woodsmiths, personalizing each project, and showcasing their projects at home. In addition to making projects with our guided instructions, accelerated woodsmiths have opportunities to make their project their own by: adding extra pegs to the baseball holder, designing their own topper for the keepsake box, painting their baseball and bat holder their favorite team colors, or any creative way to personalize their projects they can come up. What will they come up with this year? Safety is of prime importance in our woodworking summer camps. All students wear protective eyewear when cutting, hammering or painting. All students wear gloves when handling the wood. All students learn the proper way to hold a saw, hammer a nail or handle a hand-operated screw gun. Students do not use power tools in our woodworking classes.