Society Life April 2017 : Page 71

summer camps J TASTE BUDS COOKING CAMP • The Urban Food-ies camp is back and for ages 11-16. It takes campers on excursions to local kitchens in the community to see how they operate. Other varieties of camps are offered as well for ages 4-teens, such as “Cup Cake wars, Chef ’s Challenge, Around the World and much more. Located at Taste Buds Kitchen in Southlake, 2140 E. Southlake Blvd, Suite V . Visit TasteBudsKitchen/Southlake.com. ............................................................................... FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, JR. • Camp Casa at Casa Mañana offers a week camp for ages 8-14 of all skill lev-els. Take classes in acting, voice and dance and perform Fiddler on the Roof, Jr. on Casa’s main stage, directed and designed by a professional staff. Camp runs June 26-July16 Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. Cost is $1075 + registration fee of $50. Visit CasaManana.org. ............................................................................... OHLOOK CAMP • Learn character development and classic plot scene structures. Camps for various ages and runs June 5-Aug 11. Summer camps are June 5-Aug 11. OhLook Performing Arts at 1631 W. North-west Hwy. in Grapevine. Visit OhLookPerform.com. ............................................................................... J READING FRIENDS • Summer Skills Camp focuses on developing, maintaining, and enriching your child’s skills in the areas of reading, language, math, science and art. Camps are offered for ages 2 thru 2nd grade. Camps with various themes are offered the following weeks: June 13-15, June 20-23, June 27-29, July 11-13, July 18-20 and July 25-27 and are 9am-12noon. Lo-cated at 141 Quest Court in Keller. Call (817) 562-5333. ............................................................................... STAGE WEST • Stage West Theatre offers summer programs for children ages 4-18. Week long camps are formatted to give even the youngest students their fist taste of acting while older students have access to camps that range from improv techniques to musical theater. Camps throughout summer or ages 7-18. Located at West Vickery Blvd, Fort Worth. Visit StageWest.org. TEXAS BALLET THEATER SCHOOL • Introduces boys and girls ages 3-6 to the fundamentals of ballet. Camp experience includes crafts, story time and choreography. Camps run Monday through Friday, 9am-12noon. June 12-16 ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ June 19-23 ‘Carnival of the Animals,’ June 26-30 ‘Stars and Stripes,’ July 10-14 ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ July 17-21 ‘Carnival of the An-imals.’ $190/week. Visit TexasBalletTheater.org ............................................................................... SUMMIT ROCK CLIMBING • Summit’s week long camp allows kids to try rock climbing techniques. Camp runs various weeks starting June 5 until school starts. Cost is $200. Located at Summit Grapevine, 1040 Mustang Drive in Grapevine. Visit SummitGyms.com. ............................................................................... J NOLAN ACADEMICS, ATHLETICS, ARTS CAMPS Excellence doesn’t take vacation. Enroll your student in one of Nolan Catholic’s Summer programs to focus and enhance your child’s skills in their special interest. Featuring seminars in Academics, Engineering, Fine Arts, Leadership and Athletics. So many to choose from—band, theatre, color guard, math, science, chefs, volleyball, football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, strength+conditioning, sailing, and more! Register today at NolanCatholicHS.org or call (817) 395-0247. ............................................................................... POWER RANGERS CAMP • Power Rangers camps is one of several themed camps offered at Spicar’s Martial Arts Taekwondo Karate this summer. Kids learn basic karate moves from the Power Rangers movies, as well as teamwork. Camp is for ages 5-12 and cost is $289. Located at Spicar’s Martial Arts, 2120 E. Southlake Blvd. Visit SouthlakeSummerCamp.com. ............................................................................... PING PONG CAMP • Campers ages 6-17 learn to play table tennis with basic training, match practice and game tactics. Training tailored for camper’s level of play. $155 for REC members. $165 for nonmembers. Camps run week of June 5, July 17, July 21 and Aug 5. Located at the Grapevine REC. Visit PlayGrapevineReg.com. APR 22 • GARDEN CLUB SALE • The Grapevine Garden Club plant sales benefit scholarship programs and community beautification projects. Many plants are from the gardens of club members. Event is from 9-11am at the Grapevine Botanical Gardens. For details, please visit GrapevineGardenClub.org. ............................................................................... APR 22 • TC CITYWIDE GARAGE SALE • Trophy Club’s semi-annual citywide garage sale includes over 300 homes. Event is from 8am-2pm. Maps will be sold the day of the event for only $1. All proceeds from permit and map sales will benefit local charities. Please visit MyTCWC.org and select ‘meetings and events.’ ............................................................................... APR 23 • RACING FOR SIGHT • Event benefits the Retina Foundation of the Southwest and includes live horse races, a luncheon buffet, and a live and silent auc-tion. Gates open at 12:30pm. Individual tickets at $150 each. Lone Star Table of 8 at $1,500 each. Lonestar Park at 1000 Lone Star Pkwy., Grand Prairie. Please visit RetinaFoundation.org/RacingforSight. ............................................................................... APR 23 • TEA ROSE FASHION SHOW • Afternoon of hats, heels and high tea. Event benefits YoungLives, which serves teen moms and their children. Through life-on-life mentoring, teen moms are empowered to live a future rooted in Christ. Event located at Hidden Pines Chapel, Highland Village from 1-3 p.m. To purchase tickets, go to: tinyurl.com/YoungLivesTeaRose. APR 28-29 • KELLERFEST • Article on page 66. ............................................................................... APR 28-30 • ART IN THE SQUARE • Article p. 66. ............................................................................... MAY 1 • NTX SNAP GOLF CLASSIC • A day of golf, games, contests, networking and fundraising. funds raised from the event supports the many SNAP programs. Registration opens at 11:30am with lunch provided. Bear Creek Golf Club’s West Course at 3500 Bear Creek Court, Dallas, 75261. Visit NTXSnap.org ............................................................................... MAY 2 • SPOKES 4 HOPE GOLF TOURNAMENT • First National Bank will host its 3rd annual Spokes 4 Hope charity golf tournament. Registration begins at 11:30am with shotgun at 1:30pm. Awards, dinner and raffles will conclude an exciting day. Charity benefits abused children and provides them with a bicycle. Cowboys Golf Club,1600 Fairway Drive, Grapevine. For more information, contact rstokes@fnbtx.com. ............................................................................... MAY 6 • BARGAIN BOOK SALE • The Friends of the Colleyville Public Library will hold its annual Bargain Book Sale on the 2nd floor of the Colleyville Public Library. Visit FriendsColleyvilleLibrary.org. ............................................................................... MAY 6 • FOUNDERS DAY • Old-time music, kid’s crafts and games, demonstrations of yester-years skills, and more. Part of the mission of the Wild Rose is to preserve knowledge, as well as artifacts. This free event with free parking is at the Wild Rose Heritage Center located at 133 E. Bates Street in Old Town Keller from 10am-4pm. For details, visit OTKF.org. ............................................................................... MAY 6, 13 and 19 • RELAY FOR LIFE • Relay For Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. There are three area events and all are from 4-10pm. May 6th at Byron Nelson High School. May 13th at Trinity High School, and May 19th at Lake Worth High School. Visit relay.acsevents.org ............................................................................... MAY 7 • MUSICAL MATH PROGRAM • The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will perform an education program for families with children. The Symphony’s “Musical Math” program shows all the ways math and music are related and helps students make connections between things like fractions and elements of music, like note values or time signatures.” Aria Amphitheater at The Marq, 285 Shady Oaks Dr., Southlake at 1pm. For tickets call (817) 665-6000 or visit FWSymphony.org. ............................................................................... MAY 20 • LINKS JAZZ & BLUES FEST • Impressive lineup: Ashleigh Smith, winner of ‘14 Sarah Vaughn Int’l Jazz Competition, Freddie Jones, jazz trumpet player who plays at Cowboy games. Breggett Rideau of New Orleans, Yuko Mabuchi began playing piano at 4. Grammy winner Kirk Whalum, jazz saxophonist, toured with Whitney Houston. Aria Amphitheater at The Marq Southlake. Call (817) 748-8900 for tickets. J featured camps: see ads on p. 72-73 J SCHOOL OF ROCK • Camps built for kids of all playing levels! These five day camps include four days of building a band and a setlist, and a performance on the fifth day around noon. Camps are for ages 7-17. Camps run 9am-3pm. Bring your own instruments and snacks. Camp costs $549/week. 20% off for purchase before close of business on April 29. Serving the greater Southlake/Colleyville/Keller areas. Located at 3220 W. Southlake Blvd. Visit SchoolofRock.com/Southlake. ............................................................................... PEROT MUSEUM DISCOVERY CAMPS • Discovery Camps combine hands-on exploration and activity with stimulating scientific concepts to keep young minds sharp over their summer vacation. Camps every week for children in grades Pre-K through grade 6. Some camps are offered on multiple weeks and some are of-fered offsite at Hockaday School. Before and after school care is available for a fee. Camps run from June12-Aug 18. For information about schedules and dates, please visit PerotMuseum.org/events-and-pro-grams/discovery-camps/summer. ............................................................................... J CLAYTON YES! • Specialty camps throughout the summer in martial arts, cooking, photography, theatre, travel, visual arts and STEM. Camps are for various ages and run from June12-Aug 4. Prices are $140/week for Fort Worth and Keller locations. Camps are located at the following schools: Sunset Valley Elementary, Eagle Ridge Elementary, Caprock Elementary, Ridgeview and Shady Grove Elementary, and are from 8am-5pm. Free before and after school care is available. Visit ClaytonYes.org or call (817) 923-9888.. ............................................................................... TEEN SCENE • Top Golf, Summit Rock Climbing, Hawaiian Falls and Whirlyball are some of the outings already planned. Camps run Jun 5 thru Aug 4. Drop off location at Durham Middle School at 801 Shady Oaks Drive in Southlake. Visit CityofSouthlake.com. ............................................................................... (camps continued on page 73) SocietyLifeMag.com | APRIL 2017 71

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