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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Week I - Brevard Distance Runners Camp
For all levels, ages 13-18. Instruction includes bio-mechanics, nutrition, goal setting and individualized training procedures. Small group discussions will cover goal setting, training and racing techniques, motivational techniques and supplemental training. Runs will vary according to individual fitness level. Morning workouts offer options of running, yoga, circuit training, aerobics, pilates, tai chi, and weights. Guest speakers will enlighten campers on a variety of interesting topics, including motivation, injuries, training schedules, and choosing college programs. Campers may also participate in an abundance of scheduled or free-time activities including volleyball, ultimate frisbee, basketball, dodge ball, and a talent show. A dance concludes the camp. Open to teams or individuals. Teams of seven or more can choose either week to attend team camp. Team camp is for teams of 7 or more runners. A coach MUST come with each team (at no charge) and they must bring transportation. The emphasis of this week is on team building activities, individualized team training runs (coaches choose mileage, intensity, and terrain), group challenge courses and recreational activities. We will accept teams until the camp is filled. A deposit from 7 team members of the team must be received by May 15. We will continue to accept... 828-883-2399
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Camp Ojibway
 
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Distance
18.07 Miles
Address:
17087 Ttt Rd, Eden Valley, Minnesota 55329
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Fishing, Music, Religious Study,...
Laketrails Base Camp Inc
 
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Distance
28.98 Miles
Address:
17843 Riverwood Dr, Little Falls, Minnesota 56345
Wilderness canoe adventures for teenagers on Lake of the Woods in northern Minnesota. Live, love, laugh, and learn at Laketrails Base Camp!
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Fishing, Leadership Development,...
True Friends Camp Courage North
 
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Distance
31.47 Miles
Address:
37569 North Courage Drive, Lake George, Minnesota 56458
Traditional and specialty resident camp sessions for persons with and without disabilities.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
True Friends Camp Eden Wood
 
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Distance
31.47 Miles
Address:
6350 Indian Chief Road, Eden Wood, Minnesota 55346
Traditional and specialty camps are open to children and adults with or without disabilities. Day, week, and weekend camp options.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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31.47 Miles
Address:
10509 108th St NW, Annandale, Minnesota 55302
Camp Friendship is located on 115 acres of scenic woodlands and is on Clearwater Lake just 60 miles northwest of the Twin Cities near...
Activities: Youth Programs
Luther Crest Bible Camp
 
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45.58 Miles
Address:
8231 County Road 11 NE, Alexandria, Minnesota 56308
Luther Crest is called and committed to a Christ-centered ministry through creation and community.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
YMCA Camp Ihduhapi
 
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60.31 Miles
Address:
3425 Ihduhapi Rd, Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Camp Ihduhapi fosters transformational experiences in an outdoor setting.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
YMCA Camp Menogyn
 
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60.31 Miles
Address:
3425 Ihduhapi Rd, Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Menogyn-YMCA wilderness adventures offers young men and women 12 to 18 years old a chance to grow fully on canoeing, backpacking, and rock climbing...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Hiking,...
YMCA Camp Warren
 
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60.31 Miles
Address:
3425 Ihduhapi Rd, Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Long term, single gender camp offers unique setting with old world charm. Programs focus on leadership & independence skills.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
YMCA Icaghowan
 
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60.31 Miles
Address:
3425 Ihduhapi Rd, Loretto, Minnesota 55357
Values-based traditional camping program. Beautiful island peninsula. Excellent staff. Challenging, positive program.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Albany, MN Summer Camps

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Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17

Youth Camp Odyssey 2015 "Unbreakable" - Running Springs, CA
"UNBREAKABLE" Ecclesiastes 4:12 $160

Mommy's Friday Out - KIDS YOGA & ART CAMP (4 Weeks) - Morrisville, NC
MOMMY’S FRIDAY OUT Kids Yoga & Art – 4 Week Camp ONLY 15 SLOTS AVAILABLE! AGES: 3+up Enjoy a Mommy’s Friday Out on Friday mornings while your kiddo enjoys a fun Kids Yoga class & Yoga Crafts. Yoga & Art Camp provides children with a fun, creative, and enriching experience through Yoga movement classes, games, art projects, and other activities! Your child will experience the benefits of yoga and discover their creativity in art while having fun with other children. We will teach fun engaging activities with the focus on how to be mindful, respectful, peaceful, and calm. DATES: FRIDAYS (4 week session): November 11th November 18th November 25th December 2nd TIME: 9am – 12pm Child drop off between 9:00am-9:15am. Child must be picked up by 12:00pm. $5 charge for every 5minutes thereafter. PRICE: $160 /student for 4 Weeks INCLUDES: – All Craft Supplies – Morning Snack PLEASE BRING: – Kids Yoga Mat – Bottle Water FOR MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION, PLEASE VISIT: http://www.floweryogis.com/classes/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=2&recurr=1478822400 NAMASTE :-)

A Day of Discovery III - Columbus, IN
Join us for our third annual day of classes, food,and revelry. Learn new skills and history, share ideas, eat a delicious feast, and gather around the fire for bardic. Cabins and hot showers are just a couple of the amenities available on site. If you want to teach a class, please contact us via dayofdiscoverysca at gmail dot com.

Kids Cooking and Baking Camps - Huntington, WV
We will have two camps this year. Children from ages 5 and up can attend. The camps will teach Kitchen safty wilh a assotment of different recipes each day. The cost is $50 per child it includes all supplies for the camp.

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X-Games - Middle School Gym
A week full of X-citement, adventure and action! Possible activities include kayaking and canoeing, a day at Jordan Lake, horseback riding, swimming, ice skating and more! This is an exciting adventure you dont want to miss! Ability to swim is a requirement for this camp. Registration fee includes all transportation, activity, and entrance fees. Director: Dan Divis 9194932642.0

H80 - Int. Teen Hip Hop (by permission only) - Temescal Arts Center
PLEASE NOTE: Monday classes are held at TAC (Temescal Arts Center) This class continues to build alignment through stretching, intermediate Hip Hop vocabulary, musicality, and isolations of the body. Level I students begin to step in front of the class as leaders, sharing their creativity, voices, and choreography. From warm ups to across the floor to developing choreography on other dancers; this class is both challenging yet in the context of a safe and supportive environment. Requires at least 2 semesters in Beginning Hip Hop and a recommendation from the teacher. ADDITIONAL ENROLLMENT NOTES FOR UPPER LEVEL & TEEN STUDENTS. Students & parents please read, share, discuss. Contact Katie Kruger with questions at Students in upper level classes have done the foundational work to move up and experience a greater challenge. We expect students in intermediate, advanced, youth ensemble, and Level I, II and III to honor this accomplishment with a solid commitment to their dancing. What does this mean? This means: • prioritizing attendance at dance classes; perfect attendance will offer you the most progress in your studies; limiting absences to 3 per semester will help us all achieve positive growth in our dance practice over the course of... 510-654-5921

Ceramics 3 - RAKU! Ceramic Intensive - Artists Exchange
For two weeks, your child will be immersed in the world of clay. Campers will learn everything from prehistoric clay working methods, to the modern work of artistic ceramics, and everything in between. The first week is devoted to developing skills using the pottery wheel, sculpting by hand, as well as learning technical aspects of clay including where it comes from, how its used, how its recycled and turned into a finished piece. During the second week, campers will explore different glazing and firing processes including everything that goes into building, loading and firing a traditional Japanese Raku kiln. Safety precautions will be set in place so campers can have a blazingly amazing time! *This is a 9 day camp. Artists Exchange is closed Monday in observance of Independence Day. 401-490-9475

Football Camp - Hopkins Campus
Join Wolfpack varsity football coach Collin Quinn and his assistants for an awesome week of football fundamentals and training. Campers will learn a variety of playing positions at this fun, safe and non-contact camp. Campers should bring football cleats and tennis shoes. 952-988-3463

Girls Lacrosse Camp - Hopkins Campus
Join Blake girls varsity lacrosse coach Linda Hokr and her staff for the fastest game on two feet. This camp will help develop fundamental skills to grow and master the sport — all while having a whole lot of fun. Each day focuses on a specific skill set, beginning with a series of drills and concluding with a game-like setting during which campers put those skills to use. Former and current high school varsity lacrosse players are present to ensure that each camper receives individual attention throughout the week. All levels are welcome; beginners are encouraged. Players are grouped based on age and experience. Girls must provide their own lacrosse stick*, goggles*, cleats, mouth guard and water bottle. *Sticks and goggles will be available on loan to the first 20 registrants. 952-988-3463

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