Join the fun this summer at iCCGS for week-long clay and warm glass camps and one-day summer workshops. No experience necessary. For more information, click on the link below.
Summit Schools has released their Summer Camp Guide for Summer 2018. Camps are available for students that will be in Pre-K to 8th grade next school year (2018-2019). For more information about the summer camps, please click on the flyer below.
The National Association of Women in Construction Chapter 160 is sponsoring a free event open to boys and girls that helps raise awareness of careers in the construction industry. The Blocks Kids Building Competition builds creativity and is a lot of fun. The event takes place at Kirkwood Community College on Saturday, January 27 at 9:30 a.m.
Please see the attached flyer for the Blocks Kids Building Competition and registration information.
The Coe College Men’s Basketball Program is hosting a Holiday Shooting Camp on January 2 in the new Kohawk Arena! The shooting camp is for boys in grades 2-8thgrade. Click on the flyer for more details or register online.
Coe College is sponsoring Playground of Science on November 2 from 6:00-9:00 pm for students. The Playground of Science is an annual event held by several departments at Coe College aimed at demonstrating the wonders of science to elementary school children. They will have demos ranging from making ice cream with liquid nitrogen to launching pumpkins with a trebuchet. Click on the link below for more information.
Playing video games is fun, but everyone has their own story to tell and creating a video game is the perfect way to do it! Imagination Iowa is hosting a Video Game Creation event on November 11 for students in 4th – 8th grade. Students will create a character, setting, and storyline for a video game they create using Bloxels–a new tool that has physical components, plus an app. Please bring a laptop! Click on the link below for more details.
Students in 6th – 12th grades are invited to attend the Josh Oglesby pre-season camp on October 14 and 15 at Solon Middle School. Student-athletes will be put through a high-intensity college-level workout and drills by the University of Iowa’s Josh Oblesby. The skills camp will emphasize fundamentals of shooting form, footwork, 1-on-1 moves and finishing around the basket. For more information, click on the flyer below.