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Summer Camps in Albion, IL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: White Sox Summer Camp LS (5-6yrs) Yorkville - Bulls/Sox Academy - Offsite
Our Little Sluggers program is two and a half hours each day of baseball instruction designed to introduce the game of baseball in a fun environment while teaching basic skills. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please dress in athletic gear and bring a water bottle. See you in camp! AGE CATEGORY Child LOCATION Beecher Community Park 901 Game Farm Road, Yorkville, IL
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Camp Carson YMCA
 
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222 NW 6th St, Evansville, Indiana 47708
All the great activities of a traditional resident camp. Plus horseback, motorized dirt-bikes, water zip-lines, target sports and more. Christian atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Horseback...
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Albion, IL Summer Camps

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Art Summer Camp with Mrs. Reeder! - Geneva, FL
Mrs. Angela Reeder, our Geneva Elementary Art Teacher, is offering engaging Summer Art Lessons that foster creativity and hands-on learning in a fun and relaxed environment! Space is limited! !! Don't miss it!!! 9AM-12PM Mon-Thu Ages 6-12 $120 Per week --Includes supplies and snacks $20 discount for each additional sibbling Different Theme Each Week: June 13-16: "See you at the Beach!" June 20-23: "Whiskers & Paws!" June 27-30: "Stars & Stripes!" July 18-21: "Out of this World!" Call 407-739-2638 or E-mail: [email protected]

Coats 4 Kids Camping Kickoff - Spokane Valley, WA
Please help us with our 1st Jamison Hook Allstate Coats-4-Kids drive. We are excited to participate in this event with KXLY who have been keeping area kids warm for the last 30 years! With winter around the corner we need to insure the children of our community are taken care of! We will be announcing the winner of the competition as well as kicking off Brett's camping time 10 minutes per coat donated! Lets keep Brett cold!

ICPC Girls Youth Camp - Elizaville, NY
Come join us with a week of sisterhood, spirituality, and memories that last a lifetime.

New Culture Summer Camp East 2016 - undefined, WV
Re-Inventing Society: If you dream that it's possible ... join us in making it real! Experience what we’ve learned in our 22 years of exploration – the compassion, communication, and intimate connection that make a new world possible. Connect in the ways you’ve always wanted, learn skills to transform your daily life, dive into the challenges of creating a sustainable, violence-free culture. http://www.cfnc.us/sce.html http://cfnc.us/articles.html http://www.cfnc.us/newculture.html http://cfnc.us/registration.html NEW CULTURE SUMMER CAMP is 10 days of: Tribe – Personal Growth – Social Change – Pushing Your Edges – Transparency – Personal Empowerment – Intimacy – Co-creation – Diversity – Radical Acceptance – Relationship Freedom – Being in the Moment – Clear Communication – Dance & Celebration – Sustainability – Hugs & Cuddle Piles! Read more at http://communities.ic.org/articles/153/Network_for_a_New_Culture_Camps New Culture means examining every aspect of our existing cultures and experimenting to find out how to create a world based on love and freedom, rather than fear and violence. We explore every aspect of life, from how we earn a living, to how we live in balance with nature, to how we create exciting, satisfying intimate relationships! At New Culture Summer Camp, we invite top-notch presenters, and live, work, learn and play together for 10 days or more. This year's fabulous...

Kid's Yoga & Improv Camp - Baton Rouge, LA
Love Move Breathe and PlaYoga at Ambassadors of Light/Agame have teamed up to offer a 4-day summer yoga and improvisation camp THIS JULY!! The camp features daily themes that will be explored through vinyasa practice, dance and theater improvisation, games, and meditation time. Mindfulness arts crafts may include: Personalized meditation eye-pillows Mindfulness gazing jars Mandala Coloring Painting Meditation bracelets Personalized Aromatherapy Oil The daily schedule includes a lunch time and a snack time – campers need to provide their own lunch and snack. Water will always be available! There IS a minimum enrollment for the camp to not be cancelled, so….SIGN UP NOW and tell all your Friends!

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Girls ONLY- 8 Week Skills Progression Clinic - Arcadia Ice Arena
***PLEASE NOTE YOU HAVE A SPLIT DAY/TIME SCHEDULE*** THIS PAYMENT SYSTEM DOES NOT ALLOW US TO LIST IT CORRECTLY. YOUR SCHEDULE IS ALWAYS LISTED CORRECTLY ON OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR AT www.hockey-2.com/calendar.html Your days/times are: Girls Only Mondays & Weds 5:00P-615P (Half Ice, Full Staff Instruction, girls are welcome to participate with their birth year instead if scheduling conflicts based on availability, please contact Adina for details). Registration will not be complete until payment is made in full. First come first served. Due to our policies and upfront cost for the ice and staffing no refunds will be permitted, no exceptions. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PLAYERS SCHEDULE WEEKLY VIA OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR. PLEASE NOTE OCCASIONALY TIMES/DATES CHANGE BASED ON OUR ICE AVAILABILITY. HERE IS THE LINK FOR OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR: www.hockey-2.com/calendar.html We thank you for understanding. Dear Girls ONLY families, Your daughter has been selected to be a part of a very special spring training program, one that will gather some of the best players for each age group to participate in a 8 week intense program. Our goal is to push these elite players to perform under strict guidance and instruction, sustain high competition from... 602-388-2112

Server Design (24455F) - Cary Academy
Learn professional Java programming as you design and build your own Minecraft® server that you can customize and share with friends! Master introductory computer programming concepts including methods and parameters, if-then statements, and more as you use a professional Java development tool to build your own Minecraft® server. Learn the basics of one of the most popular coding languages in the world to customize not only how your server looks, but also how it functions. At the end of the week, you will have your own customized Minecraft® server that you can play and share with friends. For this camp, every student must have a copy of Minecraft for PC or Mac (not Pocket Edition) and bring their login credentials to camp. 919-677-7839

Radio Podcast - BASIS Independent Silicon Valley
Do you like telling good stories or collecting stories from interesting people? Are you a writer, an actor, or musician? In this podcasting class, well examine the art of radio storytelling, beginning with the Golden Age of radio dramas in the 30s, 40s, and 50s, all the way up to the radio journalism of today with programs like This American Life, 99% Invisible, and RadioLab. Well use our skills to work on recasting an old radio play, learn how to sound edit, and even write our own plays! 408-291-0907

Teen III 2015 - Camp Appanoose
This ten day camp begins on grounds and travels to the majestic high country of the Rocky Mountains for a conditioning phase before a five day backpacking expedition. Campers will each carry all of their and the group needs in backpacks as they transverse mountains and valleys. This camp is not for super athletes, but for the young person who is willing to resist fatigue and accept challenges which will take them to the next level and create great memories. Must be at least 13 years of age. 641-649-2491

Weeks of Discovery Grades (PreK-5th) - Ethical Culture
WEEKS OF DISCOVERY is an exciting vacation break program filled with age-appropriate activities for children in Grades PreK – 5th. The program takes full advantage of a gymnasium and rooftop playground as well as the closeness of Central Park. Throughout the week, children investigate themes incorporated into art, science, and nature activities and share their discoveries with each other. These themes are expanded in other activities, including sports, games, music, movement, storytelling, drama, and cooking. Under the supervision of experienced counselors, children also go on special outings and adventures. Although each child is part of a smaller peer group of similar ages, every child is also a member of the larger group. This gives each child a different and special kind of social and learning experience. Children have fun, exciting days, but there is always time for relaxation, reflection, and individual pursuits. TYPICAL DAY * Music/dancing * Meeting * Activities (e.g., sports & games, arts & crafts, cooking projects, science projects, and playing outdoors). * Mid morning Story Break. *LUNCH *Second set of choice activities * Snack, Movie * Closing Meeting Clare Svedlow - Co-Director Eric Royo - Co-Director 212-712-6230

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