The True Kulture Screenprint Shop teaches teenagers how to decorate T-shirts, hats, and canvasses with training in graphic-arts and screenprinting techniques. Students learn how to design and market original products to develop both entrepreneurial and artistic skills, and train for design-oriented career paths alongside mentors who work in creative industries. Teens can begin by selling their products online and in local stores, and as the program expands, they will receive stipends to further their projects. True Skool needs additional funding to purchase a UV-screen exposure unit, along with ink and supplies for its printing workshop.
Across five full days of action, kids young and semi-young will undergo a comprehensive camp curriculum chock-full of running, throwing, catching, blocking, teamworking, confidence building, high-fiving, and more. If desired, campers ages 11–14 with at least one year of football experience may enroll in the accelerated-skills sections, which feature advanced lessons in the same non-contact environment. All campers are led by professional educators from the high school and collegiate levels, and each day's knowledge bowl is also packed with Packers ranging from John Anderson to Billy Schroeder (Green Bay Packer players vary by camp location). By teaming up with experienced players and coaches, kids will be treated to comprehensive instruction that goes beyond purely mechanical skills.
Self-Confidence and Self-Discipline -- Focus and Fitness – Safety and Self-Defense
Black Belt Leadership Academy's program promotes the development of physical and mental qualities that lead to success in the karate academy, at home, at school, and in the workplace.
Local Motion Outfitters is located in downtown Cedarburg. We are known for excellent customer service and the quality productse. We sell bikes, cycling accessories, snowshoes, clothing and much more. We also rent snowshoes, kayaks and bikes. We're a full service bike shop as well, bring in your tune-up!
The Good Life Catering imparts inquisitive culinarians of all ages and skill levels with relevant cooking fundamentals. Students arrange their own lesson by referencing the sample menu, which boasts dishes such as pecan-crusted scallops on corn cakes, wild-mushroom-stuffed tenderloin, and smooth chocolate-espresso-mousse layer cake. Though any menu items can be prepared, students are responsible for ingredient costs ($20–$75 extra). With each pivot of the knife, participants embrace the pressure-free learning environment, perfect for asking questions regarding the proper way to trim fat or what to do if a Boy Scout sells you counterfeit teaspoons.
Designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer, The Bog’s 7,221-yard layout sprawls across 297 acres of tree-lined fairways, wetlands, and rolling , mounded terrain. The well-bunkered course incorporates all of the native surroundings into one seamless, award-winning layout, in which golfers must send balls somersaulting over intervening water hazards, avoid sprawling thickets of native tall grasses, and resist the urge to forsake humanity in favor of the vibrant ecosystem of the Cedarburg Bog, which forms a natural border on multiple fairways. Hole 17—a par 5 that forms the longest and most demanding hole on the course—embodies many of the course’s distinct characteristics, as stick-flickersclubbers drive from a low, water-kissed tee-box before climbing an uphill, 593-yard split fairway that doglegs left around sprawling waste hazard areas and into a green fortified by six bunkers and mounded rough. A duo of PGA-certified instructors roam throughout the course and its adjacent driving range, imparting score-shaving advice in lessons and fending off rogue windmills hoping to upgrade from their mini- golf residences.
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Amid a friendly, welcoming atmosphere, Beanies doles out daily made chips and fresh salsa while serving dishes from a menu replete with contemporary Mexican cuisine. Choose from an array of aperitivos, tostadas, ensaladas, soups, tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and fajitas; the restaurant is known for its Mexican chili, which it claims was voted #1 in the "Hot in the Harbor" chili cook-off. Choose a bowl of the spicy, chickeny goodness ($4.95) or debate about what made the dinosaurs extinct with a selection from the cantina. Adventurous patrons or monkeys who miss the gentle rocking of a palm tree in the wind can take a booze cruise on Beanies' big tree-swing while sipping a margarita, cerveza, or seltzer water.