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  • 3-Day Horse Camp

    Experience a mini-week long camp! Campers will get to experience everyday life at a barn! Life in a barn will include activities such as daily riding, learning how to braid manes and tails with a ribbon, groom and care for the horses (including bathing) and feed them at the end of the day. This is a great time for campers to spend time outdoors and build lasting friendships with fellow horse lovers in a structured and positive environment. Campers are broken into smaller groups of similar riding experience, which is perfect for both new and more experienced riders. Please note that riding takes about 1 hour per day in arena, no trails and consists of learning how to steer, stop, turn and walk/trot on their own. Campers will spend time on the ground with horses throughout the rest of the day. Campers need to bring: Long pants, closed toe shoes, appropriate for weather inside and outside of the barn. No flip flops! Sunscreen/sunglasses/hat/bug spray/hair tie Water bottle/drink/snacks and a lunch Treats for the horse if you want Helmets are provided Parent drop-off is at 9 am and parent pick-up is at 3 pm. Sorry, parents are not allowed to stay for the day. Camps are held rain or shine, as Boulder Pointe has an indoor barn and arena. Parents will need to electronically complete a Release and Liability Form (one per person) on Boulder Pointe's website. Meet at Boulder Pointe Equestrian and Event Center.
  • AT/Rec - Anoka Evening T-Ball Leagues

    2024 ANOKA EVENING T-BALL LEAGUES Play Ball! Join us for this evening t-ball league in Anoka. T-Ball develops the primary baseball skills of hitting, running, fielding and throwing. Young players will gain an understanding of the fundamental rules of baseball. The main focus of the Anoka evening t-ball program is to provide age appropriate skill development, social interaction, parent involvement, and non-competitive contests. League will be 7 weeks, first 3 weeks will be practices and last 4 weeks will be games. WHO: Ages 4-5 and 6–7 WHEN: Pick your league night - May 6 to June 27, 2024 A) Monday league: 4-5 year old division B) Tuesday league: 6-7 year old division C) Wednesday league: 4-5 year old division D) Thursday league: 6-7 year old division WHERE: Note pick your practice site, games could be at all sites. Wilson Elementary School (3 fields) Lincoln Elementary School (1 field) Sorensen Park (1 field) TIMES: Practice: 45 minutes - 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. or 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. (will rotate) Games: 1 hour - 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. (Note – a schedule will be handed out at first practice, could practice at either time) COST: $79 (includes a t-shirt, hat, and participation award) Volunteer Coaches Needed – Volunteer coaches are needed to lead these teams. If you are looking for a rewarding experience please consider becoming a t-ball coach. All Coaches will be subjected to a background check. Coaches will receive a t-shirt. If we don’t get enough volunteer coaches the program will be cancelled. Registration deadline is Friday, April 12, 2024
  • AT/Rec - Anoka High School Boys Volleyball

    2024 SPRING ANOKA HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Join Coaches Nathaniel Langner and Peter Yang as they start a High Boys Volleyball team at Anoka High School this spring. The team will play in the Minnesota Boys HS Volleyball association this year. WHO: Anoka High School Students in Grade 9-12 WHEN: March 25 – June 13, 2024 TIME: Practice 2-3 per week Matches - 8 to 12 will be scheduled Coaches will provide a schedule for practices and matches WHERE: Anoka High School COST: $250.00/participant Note Athletes are responsible to pay separately for the team shirts Note Athletes are responsible for Transportation to away matches Question about the program contact: Lance Wicks, Anoka HS AD, 763-506-6223 Nathaniel Langner, Coach, 763-506-6295 Peter Yang, Coach, 763-506-7600
  • AT/Rec - Blaine High School Summer Tennis

    2024 Summer Blaine High School Tennis Camps Do you want to improve your tennis game? Do you live in Blaine HS attendance area? If so then come join coach Jeff Fedor in his annual tennis camps. These sessions will provide instruction in tennis fundamentals and match strategies. These camps will be for both boys and girls who are currently in 8 though 11 grades. Players should bring a racquet, water bottle and a positive attitude! Registration will include a t-shirt. Registration deadline for session 1 is Friday, June 7 , and for session 2 is Friday, July 5. Session 1: Session 2: WHO: 8–11 graders WHO: 8–11 graders DATES: June 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25 and 26 (not on June 19). DATES: July 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, and 24 TIMES: Girls at 7:30-9:30 a.m., Boys at 9:30-11:30 a.m TIMES: Girls at 7:30-9:30 a.m., Boys at 9:30-11:30 a.m. WHERE: Blaine HS tennis courts WHERE: Blaine HS tennis courts COST: $70 COST: $70 NOTE – Register for both session 1 and 2 get a discounted rate of $105 Each session has built in day(s) in case of weather related cancellations or problems. In case of weather related cancellations please sign up for Remind by texting the Number 81010 the message @girlcamp15 for girls campers and @boycamp15 for boys campers to receive notifications.
  • AT/Rec Anoka HS Tornado Force

    Anoka Tornado Force - Train for the A Strength and Speed Camps - All students in grades 5 - 12 (current school year) June 10 to August 1, 2024 - not meeting the week of July 1-4. Session 1 - Max - Monday through Thursday - 6:00 am - 7:40 am - For 10-12th experienced Male and Female Athletes Session 2 - High School - Monday through Thursday - 7:30 am - 9:10 am - For 8-10th Male and Female High School Athletes Session 3 - Middle School - Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday - 9:00 am - 10:40 am - For 5-7th Middle School Athletes MAXIMIZING ATHLETES The program is designed to help each athlete enhance their overall athleticism. This is not a power lifting program. This is an ATHLETE program. Our focus is on providing Anoka Athletes with the tools necessary to excel in athletic competition, and compete for Championships in all we do. We will focus on developing the athlete’s strength, power, speed, flexibility, agility, explosiveness, and core strength. There will also be components designed to develop team unity, mental toughness, and leadership. Athletes will be educated on the importance of exercise, rest, injury prevention, and nutrition to help prepare them not only for athletic competition, but to lead a healthy life style. THE LAYOUT The program is divided into five segments Worked daily: 1. DYNAMIC POWER UP is a warmup routine designed to promote flexibility while prepping the athletes for the explosive movements to follow. 2. STRENGTH & POWER component conducted in the weight room. 3. EXPLOSIVE MOVEMENT combines plyometric and multi joint movements to enhance the athletes fast twitch muscles. 4. SPEED & AGILITY will focus on straight line and multi directional speed. 5. COMMITMENT PERIOD is the final component each day that will emphasize mental toughness, teamwork, and core strength. THE VARSITY LETTER Participants in the program may be eligible for a varsity letter if: 1. Entering grade 9-12 for the 2024-2025 school year. 2. Attend a minimum of 24 of the 28 scheduled summer Workouts. 3. Perform at an exemplary level for all attended workouts. 4. Demonstrate a mastery of the five core lifts (Bench, Squat, Power Clean, Dead Lift, Snatch) 5. Demonstrate a mastery of the plyometric, speed and agility movements. 5TH-8TH WHAT WE DO? This Camp is designed for Girls and Boys entering 5th – 8th Grade. The focus of the program is to teach proper technique before all else. This includes weight room technique on our five core lifts, proper dynamic warmup technique, efficient running form, and proper static stretch methods. This camp will be divided into groups based off mastery of techniques to ensure proper instruction to all athletes as they are guided towards reaching their fullest potential. This is a great opportunity for young athletes to grow individually and together as the future of Anoka Athletics. Teams that train together win together. WHY WE DO IT? We believe very strongly that strength and speed development is a key component for building a dynamic athletic program. For Anoka to become the top athletic program in the state of Minnesota the key will be our student athletes commitment to the Tornado Force Athletic Performance Program. BRING YOUR EFFORT One thing that all Anoka programs will be known for is outstanding EFFORT. While our ability will vary from 5th grade to 12th grade our EFFORT is something that will always set us apart. In all we do we will encourage maximum EFFORT as we develop physically and mentally. THE BASICS Students should report to the Anoka High School Gym prior to their session start time. Each athlete should be prepared with proper attire (Shorts, shirt, and athletic shoes. Cleats may be used on days when agility is a focus) All participants should notify the staff on days they will not be attending so that workouts can be planned accordingly. Any questions regarding the camps contact: Coach Bo Wasurick EMAIL: robert.wasurick@ahschools.us PHONE: 763-506-6240 Tornado Force is: ATTITUDE The ATTITUDE of a champion is developed through investing hard work with their team. STRENGTH The development of the ability to overcome the physical, emotional, and subjective obstacles that will be presented through competition by maximizing STRENGTH and POWER. SPEED The maximization of SPEED and AGILITY to learn to play as fast as we individually can. EXPLOSIVE The development of "Athletes" is dependent on the ability of each individual to increase their rate of performing work or their ability to be EXPLOSIVE. COMMITMENT A team that trains together wins together.
  • AT/Rec Summer Blaine Youth Tennis Lessons

    2024 SUMMER BLAINE YOUTH TENNIS LESSONS Youngsters can come learn how to play the game of tennis by participating in one of our our Youth tennis lessons. These lesson formats helps kids ages 5 to 12 learn to play the game of tennis with the coaching staff from Twin City Tennis Camps. Session 1, 2, 3, and 4 the participants will meet for 6 sessions Session 1 - Mornings - June 10 to 26 on Monday & Wednesdays Session 2 - Mornings - July 11 to 27 on Tuesday & Thursdays Session 3 – Mornings - July 8 to 24 on Monday & Wednesdays Session 4 - Mornings - July 9 to 25 on Tuesday and & Thursdays Fee - $45 per participant for 5/6 year olds Fee - $55 per participant for 7/8, 9/10, & 11/12 year olds Lessons will be held at Roosevelt MS in Blaine Registration deadline is June 1 for Session 1 & 2 Registration deadline is July 1 for Session 3 & 4
  • Archery and Outdoors Camp

    We want kids to understand that there is more to active life and sport than traditional sports, and through archery, we have witnessed the passion and excitement for sport by way of bow and arrow. Each day kids will learn the safety, technique and fun in the sport that dates back hundreds of years ago. And along with the Archery unit, campers will get the opportunity to geo-cache, build forts, play frisbee games and more. This is all about getting these kids to enjoy the great outdoors! Presented by AKA Sports.
  • Babysitting 101

    This course is best suited for 10 to 13-year-olds interested in learning the current practices of caring for young children and how to manage their babysitting business. Students will learn safety and injury prevention, first aid basics, feeding and caring for infants and how to handle behavior problems. Students receive a reference book, handouts, babysitting bag and first aid kit. Presented by Emergency Outfitters.
  • Battle Drones

    Battle Drones features an exciting combination of aerial acrobatics with an engineering design challenge that will teach students STEM concepts, teamwork, and how to skillfully fly a drone. In Battle Drones, teams of students will build robotic launchers designed to fling projectiles at their opponents’ drones. Students will be guided by experienced camp instructors in how to construct their launchers to maximize projectile speed and accuracy. The camp will culminate in an epic battle where students will need to pilot their drones to safety by dodging opponent projectiles while using their own launchers to take down opponent drones. The best drone pilots and launchers will emerge victorious! Presented by COR Robotics.
  • Cooks in the Kitchen

    Let’s have some fun in the kitchen! We’ll learn basic kitchen rules and cooking techniques, all while making lots of delicious foods. Think about soft, baked pretzels with cheese dip, homemade pizza, ice cream or other tasty treats.
  • Descendants 2 Musical Theater Class

    What happens when Mal returns to the Land of the Lost? Find out in this spectacular class! We will learn music and choreography from Descendants 2 and put together our own musical! Learn how to properly speak your lines, block a scene, develop your character and much more! We will also play fun creative games!! No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and lightweight sneakers or dance shoes, a nut free snack and a water bottle. Friends and family are invited to a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class. Presented by Mayer Arts.
  • Destination Mars: Rocketry Course

    Launch and watch your very own rocket speed 300 feet into the air! Then it is yours to take home! Students will make and take home multiple rockets of varying difficulty throughout this session. We will use these rockets and airplanes to investigate basic aeronautical concepts including: propulsion, thrust, lift, drag and more. We will also hypothesize about travel in outer space, how to get a United States astronaut to Mars and life on Mars. Do you have the right stuff? NOTE: Parents will be asked to contribute two, 2 liter soda bottles (empty) for 2 different experiments. Fee includes $25 materials fee. Presented by Youth Enrichment League.
  • F.A.S.T. Kids - Staying Safe While Home Alone

    First Aid and Safety Trained Kids is a 4-hour course for 7 – 10-year-olds. This course helps prepare children for staying safe at and away from home. Lessons cover basic first aid, water safety, vehicle safety, home emergencies, injury prevention, stranger and internet safety. Students will receive a book, handouts and a home first aid kit as part of the class. Presented by Emergency Outfitters.
  • Fencing 4.1

    New and returning students invited. Your favorite instructors return with more knowledge, refined coaching skills and, of course, your favorite fencing games and arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Sign up today to join this sport deemed the “sport of the intellectual athlete! Presented by Youth Enrichment league.
  • Frozen 2 Musical Theater Class

    Into the Unknown! We will learn music and choreography from our favorite Frozen sequel and create our own musical! Learn how to properly speak your lines, block a scene, develop your character and much more! We will also play fun, creative games. No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and lightweight sneakers or dance shoes, a nut free snack and a water bottle. Friends and family are invited to a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class! Presented by Mayer Arts.
  • Intro to Comic Creation

    Whether you are a seasoned artist or just starting, "Intro to Comic Creation" is the perfect summer camp to unleash your imagination and cultivate the skills needed to craft your very own comics! Join us for 3 days of fun, creativity, and storytelling magic. Presented by COR Robotics.
  • Intro to Digital Art

    Dive into the captivating world of creativity and technology at our Intro to Digital Art summer camp! This immersive three-day program combines hands-on learning with engaging digital tools, offering a dynamic journey into digital art. Students will explore the fundamentals of digital drawing and apply what they learn to an exciting real world application. Through a partnership with No Grit No Pearl, students will be able to get their favorite design printed on a canvas or t-shirt, which can be picked up from Community Ed after the camp! Intro to Digital Art is the perfect blend of fun, skill development, and boundless imagination, providing young artists with the tools and confidence to bring their visions to life. Presented by COR Robotics.
  • Junior Pickleball Half-Day Camp

    Get ready to dink, drive, and volley while having fun! Led by trained and vetted coaches, this pickleball camp uniquely combines athletics, academics, and life lessons to create a fun, active, and entertaining camp experience. Camps include skill development, lessons on rules & etiquette, and activities that explore academic concepts through the lens of the sport. All levels/abilities are welcome and equipment is provided. Presented by TGA.
  • Minecraft Olympics

    The "Minecraft Olympics" is a dynamic three-day summer camp designed to immerse participants in the thrilling world of Minecraft while fostering teamwork, creativity, and friendly competition. Campers will engage in daily Build Battles, showcasing their imaginative prowess in constructing awe-inspiring structures aligned with diverse themes. Through this immersive experience, participants not only deepen their understanding of Minecraft's gameplay but also cultivate camaraderie and problem-solving skills in a fun and supportive environment. The "Minecraft Olympics" promises a thrilling adventure for campers seeking to combine their love for Minecraft with a collaborative team experience that students won’t soon forget. Presented by COR Robotics.
  • My Little Horse Camp (Parent/Child)

    Campers will get to ride a real horse in an arena, meet a number of different horses at Boulder Pointe and learn how to groom horses...all with a focus on safety! In addition students will do an art project and have an opportunity to make horse treats to feed their new friends. Stations are split into 15 minute intervals to keep everyone engaged. Parents have the opportunity to lead their child on the horse and take photographs as they go. This 2-hour camp is designed for parent/guardian participation. Parent/Guardian is expected to remain with their child during the entire duration of the camp. Camps are held rain or shine, as Boulder Pointe has an indoor barn and arena. Parents will need to electronically complete a Release and Liability Form (one per person) on Boulder Pointe's website. Students should bring a water bottle and snack. Meet at Boulder Pointe Equestrian and Event Center, dressed for the weather inside and outside.
  • Nailed It! - Hawaii Challenge

    Calling all crafty youngsters with a passion for all things Hawaiian! This class is perfect for unleashing your creative side and powering up on problem-solving skills! Just like in the wildly popular series Nailed It!, we'll provide you everything needed to recreate an awesome final product - but it's entirely up to YOU how you make it happen. Ready to take on some serious Island challenges? Be ready to create rad surfboards, thrilling Tiki sculptures, volcanoes that really light up...and so much more. We can't wait to see if you've got what it takes to master this "Nailed It!" Hawaii challenge – no baking here; only sculpting, painting & collaging galore! Please pack a nut free snack and drink for your child each day. Presented by Kidcreate Studio.
  • One Day Horse Camp

    Kids will learn what it's like to have a horse for a day! Campers get to ride in the indoor and/or outdoor arenas for 40-50 minutes (no trails), practice how to steer, stop, turn and walk on their own. They also might make horse treats, do a craft and play games. And don't forget the time to meet and care for the horses, which is a big part of ownership! Campers are broken into smaller groups based on similar riding experience and age which is perfect for both new and more experienced riders. Campers need to bring: - Long pants, closed toe shoes - No flip flops! - Dress appropriately for the weather inside and outside of the barn - Sunscreen/sunglasses/hat/bug spray/hair tie - Water bottle/drink/snacks and a lunch - Treats for the horse if you want - Helmets are provided Parent drop-off is at 9 am and parent pick-up is at 3 pm. Sorry, parents are not allowed to stay for the day. Camps are held rain or shine, as Boulder Pointe has an indoor barn and arena. Parents will need to electronically complete a Release and Liability Form (one per person) on Boulder Pointe's website. Meet at Boulder Pointe Equestrian and Event Center.
  • RC Wars

    In RC Wars, teams of students will build their own Remote Control vehicles to race and battle against other teams. Students will need to design their vehicles to not only be faster and stronger than other teams’ creations, but also better than purchased RC Cars and Drones! RC Wars will feature land and air races, obstacle courses and more as students learn mechanical and electrical building skills in an energetic and exciting environment. Presented by COR Robotics.
  • Robotics: Scout ‘Bots

    Build and code space rovers to scout out Mars, the moon, and other extraterrestrial environments. Also, create a dragster and volcano alarm to learn basic computer programming while having fun! Let’s go! Presented by Youth Enrichment League.