June 12-16: Beauty School Camp
8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at North Baldwin Center for Technology
(Rising 6th through 9th grades)
Through the week, students will learn the ins and outs of several beauty techniques including shampoo and conditioning, braiding, manicures, pedicures, facials and make-up application. On Friday, students can invite a friend or relative to be on pampered with all the skills learned during the camp. Each day will also include a safety lesson for each technique presented. Students must provide their own make-up.
Cost: $50. Instructor: Vicki Defee. Class size limited to 12 students.
June 12-16: “Seriously Seuss!” Camp
9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Bay Minette Elementary.
(Rising second and third grades)
From here to there, Dr. Seuss is everywhere! We’ll celebrate everyone’s favorite author … Dr. Seuss. His books inspire us in so many ways. Campers will explore his books and complete many literacy activities while learning about math and science.
It will be a SEUSS-tastically fun time.
Cost: $40. Instructor: Jan Smith
June 12-16: “CSI: Bay Minette”
9:00 - 11:30 a.m. at Baldwin County High School.
(Rising 5th to 8th grades).
Students will learn basic methods of collecting evidence at a crime scene, use investigative techniques to explore virtual crime scenes, and participate in hands on activities such as interviewing witnesses and processing evidence at this fun week long camp.
Cost $60. Instructor: William Jones.
June 19-22: “Water Works” Camp
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bay Minette Middle School
(Rising 5th to 8th grades)
Students will focus on water quality through various field trips and hands–on applications. Other activities will include building a water aquifer, creating a watershed model and using microscopes to observe microorganisms.
Participants should pack a lunch.
Cost $50. Instructor: Jennifer Jones.
June 19-23: "Cooking with Class" Camp
10:00 to 12:00 p.m. at Baldwin County High School
(Ages 8 - 12 years)
Children will learn the basics of food and kitchen safety, how to set a table, and to use nice table manners. Throughout the camp, students will learn how to make an appetizer, entrée, dessert and other unique creations. Each participant will receive a cookbook at the end of the week containing recipes of all the foods prepared during the class, along with etiquette notes.
Cost $50. Instructor: Karen Sims.
June 19-23: “Sew Simple” Camp
12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at Baldwin County High School
(Ages 8-12 years)
Students will learn how to operate a sewing machine and will complete at least one sewing project during the course. Class size is limited.
Cost: $40. Instructor: Karen Sims.
June 19-23: Summer Band Camp
8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Bay Minette Middle School Band Room
(Rising 7th and 8th grade students who have participated in band for at least one year)
Students will have the opportunity to play popular band tunes and gain valuable experience which will include individual, small group, and full band settings. An informal “Show and Tell” concert for family and friends will round out the week at 11 a.m.
Cost $40. Instructor: Josh Williams.
June 26-June 30: Sixth Grade Band Camp
Bay Minette Intermediate band room (check session times below)
(Rising sixth graders)
Rising sixth grade students interested in being a part of the band program can receive hands-on instruction to prepare for the year ahead. The morning camp (9 to 11 a.m.) is open to brass instrument players (trumpets, trombones, baritones). The afternoon session (1 to 3 p.m.) will focus on woodwinds (flutes, clarinets and saxophones).
***Pre-requisite for this camp: Students should meet with band teachers at Perdido/Stapleton/Pine Grove/Delta on Parent Night to select instruments.
Cost: $40. Instructor: Melanie Brannan.
June 26-30: “Adventures in Space”
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at Bay Minette Intermediate Intermediate School.
Using a multi-sensory approach, campers will take a journey across the galaxy. Throughout the week, the children will learn about the night sky and space exploration through literature, crafts, experiments and other hands–on activities. So get ready to “Blast Off” for a great week!
Cost: $40 Instructor: Aimee Dute.
July 17-21: “Conservation Camp”
8 a.m. to noon at Bay Minette Intermediate School.
(Rising 3rd to 6th grades).
Campers will learn management of natural resources through hands-on activities, outdoor settings and demonstrations. Daily sessions will include -- Soils: Can You Dig it?; Water: Where Does Your Water-Shed?; Wildlife: Backyard/Schoolyard Wildlife Habitat; Ag in the Classroom; and Forestry Awareness.
Cost: $50. Instructor: Rhonda Bryars, Baldwin County Soil & Water Conservation District.
July 17-21: "What to Wear and How to Act Camp"
9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Baldwin County High School
(Rising 4th - 8th grades)
Manners are more important than ever, and when practiced will help your children be more successful socially and later professionally. This entertaining and interactive week-long camp will teach your children essential manners, important social skills, and the basics of attire to help them be confident and comfortable in any situation. The classes include role plays, discussion, hands-on activities and more. The camp will also include fashion related crafts and games.
Cost: $40. Instructor: William Jones
July 18-20: “Fit & Fab” Camp
1 to 3 p.m. at North Baldwin Infirmary Fitness Center
(Ages 7 to 11-years)
This camp will educate children on the benefits of regular physical activity and proper nutrition. Topics include: Move and Groove as You Eat to Win; Heart-Smart Kids on the Liquid Lookout; Walk this Way/Snack Attack; Pump it Up/how Much to Eat; Toughen Up/Cut the Fat; Chill Out/Breakfast Don’t Skip It; and Putting It All Together. The program is based on recommendations from the American Council on Exercise.
Campers must provide completed physician referral form prior to the start of camp. The form will be mailed to all those who register.
Cost: $25. Instructors: Fitness Center Personal Trainers/Aerobics Instructors.
August 7-11: "Growing Engineers: A S.T.E.M. Science Camp"
8:30 to 11:00 a.m. at Bay Minette Intermediate School.
(Rising first through sixth grades).
Students will have fun learning about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). We will explore science watching chemical reactions occur, experience technology by playing coding games, practice engineering with building challenges, and discover how math can make fun art! Cost: $40. Instructors: Krista Landenwich and Holly Powell.