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cool it is to design and program your own video game, create a website about your favourite band/ football team or learn how to track down double agents in the ever popular Spy Academy.

New activities are added each year with a mix of indoor and outdoor activities and the kids get to bring home a DVD of their work so that they can impress friends and

summer course from June-August. Age 5-16 years. Thursday afternoon classes parallel to school term times. School tours Art Activity Days in June.

Call: 01-2941220 Email: info@


family with their hi-tech creations. Half-day, full-day and residential options available and camps are ‘almost nationwide’ with venues in Dublin, Kildare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Galway. To book a place at Ireland’s No. 1 Tech Camp since 2003, call 061- 339178 and visit


Taking place all over Dublin, Kildare, Meath & Wicklow. Start: 30/06 End: 28/08 Times: 10am to 2pm. Or try the special Tween Camps at Artzone Studios, Rathfarnham - Fashion,Film, Animation, Comic Book Illustration, Sewing, Make-up & Special Fx.

w: e: bookings@ (Phone: 01 4990614)

Pine Forest

Pine Forrest Provides an opportunity for children and young people to have a happy and successful experience in creating and exploring art and craft while they are having fun. No special talent required. They incorporate many outdoor activities related to art and craft, weather permitting, allowing the children to take advantage of the fresh air and natural environment. Two week

Horizons School Summer Camp 2014

Due to popular demand, Horizons School Summer Camp 2014 will run weekly Summer camps from 30th

Join Artzone and unleash your creative side this summer!!! Artzone teachers have developed four new creative and challenging portfolios: July Juniors – Princesses, Knights & Dragons; July Seniors – Feet on the Street Art August Juniors – Rumble in the Jungle; and August Seniors – Wild, Wild West. Each portfolio includes a full range of art, crafts, stories & themed games. Prices cover all art equipment & an Artzone t-shirt.

June to 8th August, catering for children from 2 and a half to 12yrs.

They offer Mini, Midi and Senior Camps as well as After Camp hours up to 6.30pm. Activities include CRAZY COOK WEEK - Be a chef for a day and cook up some tasty treats. ART MANIA WEEK - Get your hands on lots of fun

and interesting art activities and crafts. SCIENCE WEEK - Explosions, experiments and creative ideas to share. MUSIC AND DANCE WEEK - Enter the music and dance world with karaoke, pop star dress-up, SPORTS WEEK - Join in the fun with soccer madness, athletics, rounders, tennis, balancing acts, cricket, rugby and more! *Trips and activities listed will vary depending on the age group of the children. ADVENTURE WEEK - Lots of fun tasks to solve, trips will include bowling and farms. Ages from 21/2 to 12yrs

Call 01 4905663 for Special Group/ Family Discount Packages. Check out www.horizonsmontessori. ie. for more details Horizons Montessori School, 2 Cypress Park, Templeogue, Dublin 6W.

Pembroke Fencing Club

These classes are suitable for children and teens who have never experienced fencing before.

Each class is taught using plenty of games to improve speed and co-ordination, develop specific fencing skills and tactical thinking. Kids learn fencing blade and footwork, rules of courtesy during a fencing bout and refereeing skills. Children can take part at various competitions for their club, their school and maybe even the country. They organize

Templeogue camp For the Little Ones

Horizons Montessori & Junior School 2 Cypress Park, Templeogue, Dublin 6w

Camp 2014 Summer

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from 2.1/2 - 10 years

Full Day Service Available Tel: 01 490 5663

Maina Art

Crazy Cook

Music & Dance

Terenure camp For the Bigger Ones Adventure Sports & Both camps run over 6 weeks

from 30th June - 8th Aug Science

Come Dine with me

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