The mission of Chalk Lines is to provide athletes of the Greater Chattahoochee Valley Area with the knowledge, skills & fundamentals in the sports of softball.
We bring together the area’s most talented instructors in one location, thus making it easier for parents and athletes to find training and provide instructors with a professional environment to teach.
If you play fast pitch, slow pitch, intramural or men’s leagues, church or industrial ball, register for one of our summer clinics and camps. Our goal is to help bring softball to the center stage where it belongs, develop those athletes who love the game, and to help fulfill their dreams of playing at the next level.
The Chattahoochee Council is chartered by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America to provide support to local Scouting programs in 15 counties in Alabama and Georgia. The counties we serve are Lee, Chambers, and Russell in Alabama, and Webster, Quitman, Stewart, Talbot, Marion, Randolph, Heard, Chattahoochee, Meriwether, Harris, Troup, and Muscogee in Georgia.
We provide support for Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Venturing, Exploring, and Learning for Life programs in all 15 counties. More than 5,000 youth are members of these programs, and the programs are utilized by more than 150 local community organizations.
Visit our website for details on our summer camps and programs.
Theme: Cruising to Career Exploration: All aboard as we set sail for an epic summer camp destined to go down in the ships log as a classic. To ports of the career clusters all near and far we’ll travel, discovering new outlooks of career opportunities. On board, your crew of the CVCC Adventure has designed a ships itinerary full of fun, learning and high activity. Cruise to each career cluster and guided tours with subject matter experts. Anchored in strong character and teamwork, we’ll set a course for a grand adventure that only CVCC could bring you.
Camp Attendees age group: Grades 5-6 and Grades 7-8
Dates: June 10-13, 2019 (Grades 5-6) June 24-27, 2019 (Grades 7-8)
The Aflac Summer Reading Challenge means new and exciting programs for 12 weeks during the summer months! Join us for Fanfest in May at the Columbus Public Library as we kick off our summer reading challenge. The full schedule of events is coming soon!
When school is out Camp Chehaw is the place to be. Join us throughout the year for summer, spring, and winter break camps. Chehaw proudly offers, overnight, full and half day camps during school breaks for children between the ages of 4-14.
Chehaw offers 16 sessions of weeklong day camps, running from May to July. Each day of camp includes a trip to the zoo, animal encounters, crafts, games, activities, a snack, and a cool camp T-shirt! Children will have fun while learning through hands-on activities. Check out our camps for 4-year-olds.
Our sleepaway camp is a unique blend of your traditional outdoor/nature recreation camps and Zoo camps. Boys and girls ages 8-14 are welcome to spend the week at Chehaw. Campers will participate in many outdoor activities like canoeing, archery, nature hikes, survival skills, and will even sleep in a real teepee! During this week-long adventure, campers will take many behind the scenes trips to the Zoo.
Each session is seven days of adventure (Sunday- Saturday).
As a parent, choosing the right summer camp for your child can be a daunting decision. It’s never too early to start thinking about what activities and learning experiences you want your school-ager to have over the summer break.
Sure, you want them to have fun. Kids need a break from the rigorous requirements of the modern-day school system, but at Childcare Network learning is disguised as fun! Camp activities for kids will vary over the course of the summer months, but we know we’ve got something on our summer camp line up that’s going to excite the soon-to-be CNI summer camper in your home!
Designed to provide a fun and exciting environment — while continuing to help them explore and discover the world around them — our kid’s day camp provides your child the opportunity to participate in different weekly themes chock-full of engaging activities, educational field trips, and creative projects they get to do with their friends.
Our trained teachers might just enjoy summertime as much as our campers.
Each Childcare Network school in America will plan their summer schedule around the available field trip opportunities in your local area. You’ll need to Schedule a Tour so you can ask your school’s director for a local weekly listing of themes!
Plus, we’re pretty sure you’ll want to know how much summer camp costs. Is summer camp free? No, but with so many locations nationwide and varying price schedules across different states, you’ll either have to call and speak with one of our Enrollment Specialists (866-521-5437) or you’ll have to visit one of our schools. Are you ready to Schedule a Tour now?
Clement Arts offers quality children’s arts instruction in a fun and uplifting environment. The classes are open community-wide, and children in foster care are invited to attend tuition free. Proceeds from Clement Kids support local adoption. Classes follow a fall semester, spring semester, and summer camp schedule. Check to see what classes are currently available in dance, art, music, and drama.
The CCSSC combines education & entertainment to promote science exploration & discovery throughout Columbus & the southeast. The Space Center Summer Camps are part of Columbus State University’s Activ8 summer program.
How to Register:
Register online at http://www.Activ8er.com. You can also register at CSU’s Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center located at 4225 University Ave., Columbus, GA 31907. If you need additional information please call us at 706.649.1477 or email us at [email protected].
The Swim Hurricanes are a year-round USA Swimming member-team, for both competitive and non-competitive swimmers of any age and ability level. It’s one of two component teams of the Columbus Aquatic Club, Inc.
The Columbus Aquatic Center is a 10-lane, 50-meter x 25-yard state of the art aquatic facility that is located right off of Macon Rd. In addition to the Olympic sized swimming pool, the facility also houses a separate 4-lane 25-yard pool perfect for swimming lessons and additional lap swimming.
Visit our website to learn about our summer programs.
The Academy offers figure skating instruction for kids 4 and older at all skill levels of skating. On and off ice instruction to promote the sport of figure skating at all levels and encourage good sportmanship, proper posture, proper skating techniques, and the love of the sport.
Lessons fit all ages and skill levels. Saturday morning sessions also available. Register in person or online at http://www.columbusfigureskating.com.
All classes and camps are held at the Columbus Museum. Camps are held in the Spring and Summer. Art classes will be held periodically on Saturdays in the Studio. Classes will be taught by a local art teacher. To sign your child up for a camp or an art class, contact the Education Department at [email protected].
Our programs are geared towards fitness and nutrition education, sports introduction skill improvement, cultural diversity awareness, leading active lifestyles and promoting self-independence. Participants will also be presented with team building challenges, task-oriented scenarios, and be introduced to guest speakers of varying career paths.
Columbus State is hosting Summer Spectacular this summer! This is a project-based learning summer camp. We happily invite the children of Muscogee County (between the ages of 4 – 11) to come and learn with us.
For more information, you may call 706-507-8518 or visit our website.
When school is out – Drama is IN! We offer different week-long programs that are run on half day and full day schedules. Campers always deliver a great performance for families and friends at the end of the week.
Campers must bring sack lunch each day.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLERS will automatically be added to the Counselors-in-Training (CIT) Program. Our CIT’s are exposed to acting, directing, teaching, playwriting and producing a show! Leadership and responsibility without missing out on the fun.
Summer Camp at East West is not just somewhere for your kids to go during the summer break; it’s an experience that will have a lasting impact. There is so much to do during the summer why not make each moment count. Our Summer Program is packed with fun, learning, and challenges that will lead to personal growth, as well as, physical growth.