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Summer Camps in Douglas County, GA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 6. Sunday Morning Jr. Quick Start 12-1pm (Includes Memorial Weekend) - Plymouth Creek
Quick Start Youth Stars Day Camps– Intro, Beginner, Advanced Beginners - Ages 4-12. Specials- Wed Evening and Saturday Morning Classes are offered for Futures Stars also ages 4-5 though ages 9-10 a. Future Stars- Level 1- Ages 4-5 b. Junior Stars- Level 2- Ages 6-7 c Super Stars- Level 3 Ages 8-9 d. Power Stars- Level 4 Ages 10-12 612-600-2460
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8889 Highway 5, Douglasville, Georgia
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Arts and Crafts, Field Trips, Recreational Swimming
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Youth who have specific medical conditions or special needs can also have a summer camp experience. There are programs designed to bring together youth who may not fit into a traditional setting. For example, there are groups for children battling cancer as well as programs for children with diabetes. There are programs for all types of youth: from those who want to lose weight and do not want to be judged or bullied to kids who are in wheelchairs. Healthcare professionals often refer youth to such programs to help them socialize with kids in the same situations. Expert staff are...




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Teen Celtic Camp - Boulder Creek, CA
Ages 13-18, $640 early bird registration. Spend all day playing music in the redwoods, and have a great time singing, dancing, watching Song of the Sea in the meadow, sessioning and improv-ing every night! Before dinner in the late afternoon the pool is open as well as the volleyball court, ping pong table, basket ball and tether ball. Program includes all meals and boarding. Bring bedding, clothes (including swimsuit and jacket), towel, toiletries, bug repellant, sunscreen, your instrument, and music stand. Costumes may be useful, as well as other fun things for the pool and ceilidh as long as they are safe and legal. Theme: Celtic Luau? For players of fiddle, flute, pennywhistle, recorder, oboe, bassoon, harp, guitar, mandolin, banjo, dulcimer, accordion, percussion and cello. Other activities include crafts, campfire, and bamboo flute making.
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