July 29-August 1, 2019
Join us as we learn artistic ways of combining paint to create magnificent and unique works of art. Bring your imagination and creativity to life! You will learn how to build your painting background and use various mediums such as acrylics, watercolor, and art pens. A supply list is available for download.
|Art Media of Your
|Randy Bell||9:00 AM-12:00 PM||East Campus, Room 988||$75.00||104602|
Using the skills and experience of two veteran teachers, your student will get revved up for a great school year! Reviewing math, reading and writing, the student will receive a strong review for a better foundation. This will provide a positive platform to face the many challenges and adventures of the upcoming school year.
|Back to School Hullabaloo||Balis and Howard||9:00 AM-3:00 PM||East Campus, Room 1001||$140.00||104603|
Do you enjoy playing computer games and wonder how they are created? Then this camp is for you! In this four-day camp, Blaire Miller, instructor, will teach students the history of games and how the graphics are made. The students will then design their own games and share the likes and dislikes of game features. The camp will end on Thursday when the student brings a game from home and enjoys sharing their favorite game to other students. Space is limited so sign up early!
|Got Game||Blaire Miller||1:00 PM-4:00 PM||East Campus, Room 1118||$80.00||104604|
In this workshop, we will explore hand building techniques to make functional pottery. Using stamps, found objects, and rollers, we will texture slabs of clay to make fun and original pieces of pottery. After firing, you will have functional, beautiful objects that you can use at home.
|Hand Built Pottery||Preston Tolbert||1:00 PM-4:00 PM||East Campus, Room 1081||$100.00||104605|
Food lovers, stop here! Learn to be comfortable in the kitchen and gain useful cooking skills. Learn basic food safety, nutrition, measuring methods, utensil and food preparation terms, and using small appliances to prepare food. You will prepare fun foods and eat the treats you make in class. Whisk in a variety of ingredients, toss in a little fun, season with imagination and soon you will be cooking up a storm while learning!
|Kids Can Cook!||Janet Keever||9:00 AM-12:00 PM||CVCC East Campus, Rm. 1209||$100.00||104606||Full|
|Kids Can Cook!||Janet Keever||1:00 PM-4:00 PM||CVCC East Campus, Rm. 1209||$100.00||104607||Full|
Students will explore the use of acrylic paints. This will deal with painting, including color blending and still life, and will finish with students creating their own paintings and developing their own painting style. A supply list is available for download.
|Painting without Limits||Randy Bell||1:00 PM-4:00 PM||East Campus, Room 988||$75.00||104608|
Do you know what a robot is capable of doing? Get ready to take control! Build a program robot to accomplish simple tasks, respond to external stimuli, and overcome challenges using the EV3 robot. This camp will be taught using programming language and software programming techniques to get your EV3 robot to navigate.
|Rockin Robots||Blaire Miller||9:00 AM-12:00 PM||East Campus, Room 1118||$80.00||104609|
Continue the fun starting from Beginning Sewing Level I to improve your sewing skills. Learn the following techniques used in sewing--sewing machine stitches, hand sewing techniques, hemming and mending, buttons, pattern reading, and zippers. Use your creativity to make simple projects such as a zippered bag, a vest, or stuffed animal. Sewing machines are provided. A supply list is available for download.
|Sewing-Beginning Level II||Brenda Bowman||9:00 AM-12:00 PM||East Campus, Room 975||$85.00||104610|
|Sewing-Beginning Level II||Brenda Bowman||1:00 PM-4:00 PM||East Campus, Room 975||$85.00||104612|
One out of every four 16-year-old drivers in NC is involved in an accident during the first year of driving. Most traffic accidents involve at least one driver breaking a traffic law. This two-day class provides defensive driving training for new drivers (ages 14-18) to help improve their knowledge of safe driving principles and their driving skills. Three hours of classroom instruction plus five hours of behind-the-wheel instruction on a driving course are provided in this class. Students must bring a car for the Saturday driving skills portion of the class, and one parent is asked to attend.
|Teens Behind the Wheel||Bryon Hollar||9:00 AM-12:00 PM (Thursday)
9:00 AM-2:00 (Saturday)
|East Campus, Room 1051||$80.00||104613|
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Updated on May 29, 2019