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  • A Day of Drawing! with Kidcreate

    If it’s drawing, painting, and cartooning you’re after, then this is the camp for you! Join us for a day full of drawing fun! In this introductory drawing camp, basic techniques and principles of drawing will be taught. You will master a simple step-by-step drawing method as you create drawings that glow-in-the-dark, artwork that pops out at you, a painting on a real canvas board, and so much more. A few things to remember when arriving for camp: • Please do not park in the Bus/Fire Lane along the curb at the Family Learning Center when dropping off/picking up from camp. • Our school buildings are secure. Please pick up and drop off from Door 20 at the Family Learning Center. Go past the main doors through the playground and door 20 will be on your right. There will be someone there to greet you. • Most times instructors must go directly to another location after class and are unable to stay late. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up at class end time.
  • Adult Stand-up Paddleboard

    Adults 18+ Stand and paddle across the water in this exciting outdoor adventure designed for beginner-level paddlers! Born from Hawaiian surf culture, paddleboarding provides an excellent balance and core workout, as well as a fun and relaxing way to enjoy the warm Minnesota summer. Instruction will start on land with brief water safety, balance tips, and paddling strokes before giving participants the rest of the day to explore the lake. All necessary equipment will be provided. Participants should come prepared to get in the water; secure sandals or water shoes are recommended.
  • Advanced High School Tennis W/Matches

    In an effort to have similar ability levels in our high school classes, we ask that you first register your child on the waitlist. After registration, Coach Mason will contact you to make sure this is an appropriate level class for your child. In general, the person for this class ranges in ability from the upper B-Team to the lower JV level tennis player who has played on the Chanhassen High School Tennis team. Each class will consist of developing all the tennis strokes, conditioning and singles/doubles strategy through both instructor-fed and live-ball drills to further develop the skills which are needed to play on a high school Varsity or JV team. This also includes weekly match play from 1-3pm on Wednesdays.
  • Archery and Pizza at Lake Minnewashta-Magnifying Abilities

    Let's enjoy the great outdoors with an Archery Class at beautiful Lake Minnewashta Regional Park. No experience or equipment is needed! Archery equipment and instruction will be provided by Carver County Parks staff to make this a fun and safe experience for everyone. Your registration includes a pizza picnic with beverages which will be held following the Archery lesson. Participants requiring physical or behavioral supports must be accompanied by a guardian or staff. Accompanying staff may join the pizza picnic with reduced fee, but will need to register separately. Magnifying Abilities is unable to accomodate special diet requests at this event and cannot prorate fees for those not dining on pizza, but participants are welcome to bring a meal that meets their dietary needs if desired. Participation waivers are required for archery and must be signed before the class begins. Monday, August 15th 4:30 - 6:00 PM Lake Minnewashta Regional Park - Shelter #5 Registration & Cancellation Deadline: August 8th
  • Art Explosion

    Detonate your imagination this summer. This camp is exploding with fun and creative art projects. Sculpt cute chameleons and sassy sea turtles, create colorful fireworks in a night sky, make a papier-mache mouse, paint a colorful canvas and more. Bring a beverage and a NUT FREE snack. A few things to remember when arriving for camp: • Please do not park in the Bus/Fire Lane along the curb at the Family Learning Center when dropping off/picking up from camp. • Our school buildings are secure. Please pick up and drop off from Door 20 at the Family Learning Center. Go past the main doors through the playground and door 20 will be on your right. There will be someone there to greet you. • Most times instructors must go directly to another location after class and are unable to stay late. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up at class end time.
  • Art Madness STEAM

    Art is everywhere! So many wacky and wonderful things can be created when you set your imagination free. You can find art while digging in the dirt, looking up at the sky, watching storms and while relaxing at the beach! Everything we make is fun: sunset silhouettes, Aboriginal dot art, beach drawings, sculptures and 3D art. Join us and explore a variety of art techniques while we make connections with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math concepts. Bring a beverage and a NUT FREE snack. A few things to remember when arriving for camp: • Please do not park in the Bus/Fire Lane along the curb at the Family Learning Center when dropping off/picking up from camp. • Our school buildings are secure. Please pick up and drop off from Door 20 at the Family Learning Center. Go past the main doors through the playground and door 20 will be on your right. There will be someone there to greet you. • Most times instructors must go directly to another location after class and are unable to stay late. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up at class end time.
  • Artasaurus Art camp for little doodlers

    Explore the wild world of dinosaurs and other reptiles! Learn about prehistoric animals, make dinosaur eggs, collage lots of cool dinosaurs, create a dinosaur habitat and sculpt a lizard. We'll reach lots of fun books and learn fun facts about dinosaurs. Bring a beverage and NUT FREE snack. A few things to remember when arriving for camp: • Please do not park in the Bus/Fire Lane along the curb at the Family Learning Center when dropping off/picking up from camp. • Our school buildings are secure. Please pick up and drop off from Door 20 at the Family Learning Center. Go past the main doors through the playground and door 20 will be on your right. There will be someone there to greet you. • Most times instructors must go directly to another location after class and are unable to stay late. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up at class end time.
  • BaseballTots

    BaseballTots is a development program for kids ages 2 through 4 years old that uses a variety of fun games to engage kids while teaching the sport of baseball and developing fundamental skills. The goal is to build fitness, muscle coordination, baseball fundamentals and create a love of the game. Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning...
  • Basketball Camp

    This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate players. An active week of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding makes this one of our most popular programs. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle and hand sanitizer. Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning-plan
  • Beginner Coding: Pokemon Adventures

    New to coding? Then this camp is for you! Create an amazing Pokemon adventure in a video game of your own creation! Specially designed for beginner coders, we make it extra fun for kids to pick up coding skills in a themed camp they love. Create your own universe of magical Pokemon creatures to escape an adventure map, code a catch pokemons game, design your own pokemon team, and create a game to duel against friends. Please bring a USB Flash drive to save your projects and a peanut free snack and beverage. A few things to remember when arriving for camp: • Please do not park in the Bus/Fire Lane along the curb at the Family Learning Center when dropping off/picking up from camp. • Our school buildings are secure. Please pick up and drop off from Door 20 at the Family Learning Center. Go past the main doors through the playground and door 20 will be on your right. There will be someone there to greet you. • Most times instructors must go directly to another location after class and are unable to stay late. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up at class end time.
  • Beginner DSLR Photography

    A three-session introduction photography class. Each class will go over a topic and technique as well as having a photo assignment at the end of each session. We will go over the Rules of Photography, Portraits, "M" mode, Street, Landscape and Action. Students MUST bring their own DSLR/mirrorless camera.
  • Beginner/Intermediate Tennis- Ages 11-15

    The emphasis of this class is to develop an enthusiasm for the game of tennis. The students in this class range from beginner, to those that have taken previous classes, to those that have been in the middle school program. The focus will be on serving and being able to rally with proper grips and techniques. Increasing the student's athleticism, agility, balance, and fine motor skills will also be a key focal point. Please bring your appropriately sized tennis racquet and a water bottle. WEATHER LINE: 952-556-8866 Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning-plan
  • Beginner/Intermediate Younger Tennis ages 8-10

    A FREE T-SHIRT FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS! With the use of age appropriate equipment and up-beat, well trained instructors we will continue to build your child's athletic skills and emphasize agility, balance, and coordination. The main focus will be on rallying with kids of a similar ability level and serving with proper grips and techniques. Please bring your tennis racquet and a water bottle. WEATHER LINE: 952-556-8866
  • Beginning Golf Camp

    This camp will focus on the fundamentals of chipping, putting, driving and body positioning. To assist in this training, Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system to its curriculum. SNAG is specifically designed for the entry-level player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. No need to bring your own clubs, all equipment is provided. We keep the instructor-to-camper ratio for this program very low, resulting in limited availability. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning-plan
  • Biking Day Camp

    This traveling adventure camp starts at Veterans' Park in Chaska but won't stay in one place! Bring your own bike or use one provided to tour around some nearby trails between exciting outdoor activities like archery, canoeing, geocaching, slackline and more! Please bring a peanut free lunch and water. Bikes and helmets available to use. Helmets required. Offered in partnership with Carver County Parks. Offered in partnership with Carver County Parks
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  • Bob Ross Painting

    This course will guide you through the step-by-step technique of the Bob Ross Wet-on-Wet style of painting. In this relaxed atmosphere, each class will provide you the opportunity to make your very own 20 x 16 replica of a Bob Ross painting that may include sunsets, mountains, rivers, hills, lakes, trees, or seascapes. You will be able to amaze yourself and your friends with your very own masterpiece that you can keep for yourself or give as a gift.
  • Camp Emoji: Free to families

    Come explore your feelings in this interactive camp designed to help students learn about, manage and identify emotions. Students will engage in skill building, movement activities, community building and crafts to increase their feeling vocabulary and build skills to cope with emotions. A majority of the class will be held outside (weather permitting) please dress accordingly and apply sunscreen prior to arrival. Please bring a water bottle. Please register for the grade you will be entering next fall. *offered in partnership with Relate Counseling Please contact Hannah Lynch, hlynch@relatemn.org with questions. Relate Counseling Center is a Community Based Mental Health Clinic serving the western suburbs. Relate already partners with the Eastern Carver school district to provide co-located mental health services in every elementary school. Permission Statement I understand that my child has an opportunity to participate in a therapeutic camp led by two therapists from Relate Counseling Center. For the purposes of this group, I give permission for school staff to share necessary information about my child with Relate staff, and for the Relate clinician to share necessary information about my child with the school staff.  I understand that this group is being funded through summer learning and is at no cost to me.
  • Camp Invention-2022

    Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention! **Camp is not full! Please note that all registration is done through Camp Invention - not through Community Education. Please call Camp Invention directly at 800-968-4332 to register for this camp! Entering K-6th Grade Children are presented with fun, hands-on challenges that encourage creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Inspired by the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame! To register: 800-968-4332 or www.campinvention.org. Early registration and sibling discounts available. See website for details. Presented in partnership with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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  • Chanhassen Cheer Camp

    Join Chanhassen Varsity Cheerleaders and coaches in our 4th Annual Mini- Cheer Camp! Our team is excited to share our love for sideline cheerleading! This camp is designed for the aspiring young athlete who wants to develop cheer skills in an exciting, creative, and fun atmosphere. Campers will learn individual cheer skills, partner stunts, spirit dance, and most importantly, teamwork! The best part? Students will get to cheer on the sidelines at a Chanhassen High School home Football Game, the ultimate game day experience - game date TBD and emailed to parents! Campers should come with a water bottle, snack, and a great attitude! T-shirt and pom-poms included in the cost. We cannot wait to see your campers!!
  • Chanhassen High School Volleyball Camp

    Teryn Glenn, Chanhassen High School's head volleyball coach, along with Freeze Volleyball and current Gopher Players presents a Chanhassen High School Camp. This camp is designed to meet the demands of those players at the varsity high school level and beyond. Each camper will be evaluated on her volleyball skill level and athletic ability and will be split up accordingly for a variety of game play and positional drills. Players will be given advanced instruction by highly experienced coaches and learn the skills that the Minnesota Gopher Volleyball team is utilizing. This camp will run at a high intensity and players should be experienced and prepared to work hard. Campers should bring a labeled water bottle and a small snack. Join us this summer and prepare for the upcoming high school volleyball season!
  • Chanhassen Youth Dance Team

    The Chanhassen Performance Dance Team is hosting their annual Youth Clinic! Come learn a routine with the dance team and perform at the first Chanhassen home football halftime show. Dance Team Coaches and Players will help teach the routine, build skills and technique. Learn routine with Chanhassen HS Dance Team! Dancers perform at a Chanhassen High School home football game at the halftime show. Dancers will arrive to review the routine at 6:40pm. Date TBD Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning-plan
  • Chanhassen Youth Volleyball Camp

    Teryn Glenn, Chanhassen High School's head volleyball coach, along with Freeze Volleyball presents a Chanhassen Youth Volleyball Camp. Campers will be separated by age and ability level. This camp is designed to introduce youth players to the sport of volleyball while developing solid fundamentals. For older and more experienced players, we will focus on more advanced skills, positional training and game play. Our goal is to be at the forefront of technical skill development and to teach those skills to our players while having fun and developing a lifelong passion for volleyball. Join us this summer, work with our awesome Chanhassen varsity players, and learn the fundamentals your Minnesota Gopher team is utilizing! Section Grade Levels (Incoming Fall of 2022) A- Grades 1-5 B- Grades 6-9
  • Chaska Boys Basketball Camp: Individual Scoring and Playmaking

    This camp will aim to enhance the skill set of each camper. We will focus on ball handling and shooting drills that will help the athlete improve their scoring and playmaking ability. We will also play games of 3 on 3, 4 on 4, and 5 on 5. These games will provide time for the athlete to use the skills that we work on against defense. This camp will be directed by Andrew Martinson, the Chaska High School Varsity Assistant. Section Grade Levels (for incoming Fall 2022): A- 4th, 5th, and 6th grade B- 7th, 8th, and 9th grade Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning-plan
  • Chaska Boys Basketball Camp: Individual Shooting Camp

    This camp will focus on strengthening the shooting ability of each camper. We will work on shooting form as well as individual dribble moves to help the athlete create his own shot. We will also play games of 3 on 3, 4 on 4, and 5 on 5. These games will provide time for the athlete to work on his shot and individual moves against defense. This camp will be directed by Andrew Martinson, the Chaska High School Varsity Assistant. . Section Grade Levels (for incoming fall of 2022): A- 4th, 5th, and 6th grade B- 7th, 8th, and 9th grade Community Education programs follow the district Safe Learning plan. For up-to-date information, visit https://www.district112.org/district/safe-learning-plan