June 4-8: Summer Band Camp

8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

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 11-15: Beauty School Camp

8:30 to 11:30 a.m. OR 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

North Baldwin Center for Technology 

(Rising 5th through 8th 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. Class size limited to 12 students.

Cost: $50. Instructor: Vicki Defee.



June 11-15: “Adventures in Space” Camp

9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Bay Minette Elementary School

(Ages 8-12)

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.



June 11-15: "Expedition Space" Camp

1 to 3 p.m. at Bay Minette Elementary School 

(Rising 5th and 6th grades)

Over the week, student astronauts will plan out and execute a mission to Mars. Along the way they will learn about spacecraft technology, perform experiments, face life in outer space and report back to Planet Earth. Are you up to the challenge?

Cost: $40. Instructor: Aimee Dute. 



June 11-12: “Superheroes Save the Day BREAKOUT Camp"

9 to 11 a.m. at Bay Minette Elementary 

(Rising third and fourth grades)

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a Superhero! Do you have super powers just needing to be unleashed? Join the local team of Superheroes to solve challenges and defeat the villains. Both boys and girls will “save the day” as we use clues and “superpowers” to open a variety of locks on Breakout Edu Boxes. In addition to training your powers, prepare to think critically, creatively, collaborate, and communicate.

Cost: $30. Instructors: Pam Hartner and Jan Smith. 



June 11-12: "Sunken Treasure BREAKOUT Camp"

1 to 3 p.m. at Bay Minette Elementary

 (Rising fifth and sixth grades)

Ahoy mates! Are you fascinated with the watery challenges lurking in the depths of the sea? Do lost treasures intrigue you? If so, join this mission to locate a mysterious sunken treasure. Team members will use clues and solve challenges to crack the codes of a variety of locks on Breakout Edu Boxes. Be prepared to collaborate, think creatively, critically, and communicate as you BREAKOUT!

Cost: $30. Instructors: Pam Hartner and Jan Smith. 



June 18-21: “STEAM” Camp

8 to 11:30 a.m. at Bay Minette Middle School

(rising 4th to 7th grades)

Campers will be immersed in hands-on, inquiry based learning while exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (S.T.E.A.M). Expect to be creative, imaginative and to have lots of fun. The students will be able to bring home some of their projects at the end of the week. There will also be guest instructors to help with specific tasks.

Cost $50. Instructor: Jennifer Jones. 



June 18-21: Drama Camp - "Finding the Character in You"

9 to 11 a.m. at Bay Minette Elementary School

(Ages 8 to 12 years old)

This camp will provide the perfect outlet to act on stage and have fun portraying someone else. On Thursday, the campers will showcase their acting skills by putting on a play for their family and friends.

Cost $50. Instructor: Jaclyn Boatright.

 


June 18-21: "Etiquette & Appetizers"

10 a.m. to noon at Baldwin County High School 

(Ages 8- to 13-years)

Children will learn the basics of food and kitchen safety, how to set a table and use nice table manners. Throughout the camp, students will learn how to make quick and easy appetizers.

Cost: $50. Instructor: Karen Sims.



June 18-21: "A Stitch in Time"

12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at Baldwin County High School

(Ages 8- to 13-years)

Students will learn how to make a counted cross stitch design on a little pillow. They will also learn how to make their own patterns on graph paper so they can make their own designs at home. Counted cross stitch is sewing by hand and the students will love making things to keep or give as gifts.

Cost: $40. Instructor: Karen Sims.



June 25-29: Sixth Grade Band Camp

Bay Minette Intermediate Band Room

Morning camp session (9 to 11 a.m.) is open to brass instrument players (trumpets, trombones, baritones). Afternoon camp session (1 to 3 p.m.) will focus on woodwinds (flutes, clarinets and saxophones). Rising sixth grade students interested in being a part of the band program can receive hands-on instruction to prepare for the year ahead. ***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. 



Aug. 6-9: “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, Holly Powell and Sherry Jones.

 

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2018 Summer Camp Registration Form
(Word - fillable format - coming soon)

Complete the spaces provided, print and mail with payment.
Completed forms and payment must be submitted in advance
Sessions are filled based on order of submitted forms and payment.