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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Aquatics Camp - Nursery - Avenues New York
Over the course of 4 days, the nursery students will learn essential swimming skills through fun and games. There will be a high focus on having fun, enjoying being in the water, learning to swim and water safety. Requirements: Must be in the Nursery group (3y – 4y). Swimmers will be grouped by age and ability. There will be no more than 4 students per instructor. Please use the following link to complete an online swimming assessment form. 646-664-0982
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Tanako
Tanako Hot
 
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29.6 Miles
Address:
4301 Highway 290, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Fishing, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
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Amity, AR Summer Camps

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POST PIG OUT CHRISTMAS BOOT CAMP!!!!!!!!!!! - Saint Petersburg, FL
We will meet by the tennis courts for a KICK BUTT boot camp style workout. Each station will bring a special challenge(modifications will be explained) Kids can take class too!!!! NO CHRISTMAS $........... ONLY $5 per person no need to bring anything but water and a yoga mat if you have RSVP PLEASE

Camp KidJam - Marion, IN
Save the date for July 6-9 for Camp Kid Jam. This is a great summer event for rising 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. Walk this way: This summer, hit the road with Paul on his Journeys. Ask the same questions he asked and make the same incredible discoveries. Along the way, you’ll uncover new ways to listen to God, talk to God, and even share your faith. So grab your gear, check your GPS, and walk this way! Contact [email protected] with any questions.

Teen Retreat at Camp Timpoochee - Apalachicola, FL
TEEN RETREAT at Camp Timpoochee - designed for teens, by teens... This year's RETREAT will be held February 24th-26th and will include activities such as: team building, resume writing, interviews, the art of sports fishing, shooting sports, outdoor cooking, arts/crafts and dance/drama. Our teenagers will participate in a 4-H service project “Chemo Kits” for local individuals suffering from cancer. They will also learn how to apply for 4H scholarships and so much more.

Kids VBJJ Camp!! June 13th-17th - Kenosha, WI
VBJJ Kids Camp!!! Monday the 13th - Friday the 17th, 9am - Noon! VBJJ is super excited to have the camp again this summer affter the kiddos are finally out of school. The camp will focus on drills, attack sequences for beginners and advanced kids alike. Appropriate for kids ages 6-13. Also, camp attendees will also $20 off participation costs to "Brawl forIt All 8: Zombie Apacolypse!" (Possibly June 25th) To register online go to: https://oscfit.sites.zenplanner.com/event.cfm?eventId=679DAF6C-0FE2-4C85-93D1-13BAF856797F Where: 11300, 75th Street, Kenosha WI When: June 13th - 17th, 2016. 9am-12noon Who: Veneration BJJ (Kenosha) Cost: $100 per participant (roughly $20 a day)

Matt Langwell High School Pitchers Clinic And Youth Pitchers Camp - Ab
Former Cleveland Indian, Arizona Diamondbacks Matt Langwell will be conducting a youth age (6 to13) camp working on the fundamentals of pitching on Saturday Nov 19th 9am to 11am. Players will learn proper mechanics , and strategies to being a successful youth league players. cost per player $50 per player On Sunday November 20th Matt will conduct an advanced level clinic for High School age pitchers detailing to them regarding what it takes to pitch at the next level. Time 9:30 to 12pm Topics to be covered Off season preparation and conditioning for the upcoming season In season routine and preparation Game day routines Mental game and strategies to winning Pick off moves Managing the running game and Pitching effectively Question and answers session Cost per player $25.00

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The Mad Scientist - Da Vinci Science Center
The Mad Scientist - $150 (July 11 – July 15) Young mad scientists in training will explore a different science every day! Well experiment as chemists and explore reactions and explosions, tinker with electricity and magnetism as electrical engineers, and examine living things as biologists! Of course, every mad scientist needs to look the part, so well make our very own mad scientist lab coats! 484-664-1002

Caldwell Academy-Ages 6-7 - Super Hero Science - Caldwell Academy
Superman, Spiderman, Batman, and Cat Woman everyone loves a super hero but how did they get to be so amazing? Join us for Super Hero Science, where children learn the science behind their favorite super hero. Children will find learn about the physics behind Batmans gear, how Kryptonite works, and so much more! 3364930403.0

Pony Pals - Terra Firma Farm
Pony Pals is guaranteed to be engaging, supportive and inspiring. These non-riding groups put kids and horses together - interacting in a variety of groundwork activities - to facilitate learning and self-growth in a very creative and empowering way. 860-535-8171

Whats Up With Water? (7/25/16 to 7/29/16) - Aurora
Where is all our water? Is water a renewable resource? In this program participants will explore this question through hands-on water chemistry experiments and other investigations that will help explain why access to clean fresh water has become one of our WGP---Worlds Greatest Problems---and why we need to solve it. Participants will develop a website to communicate what they have learned as well as explore other technical solutions that can help us all make every drop count! (630)9075950

Youth Learn to Row Camp - Water Sports Center
Learn to row this summer! Participants learn proper rowing technique, whole body conditioning and water safety while making new friends and enjoying a new and fun activity. Youth who particpate during the summer get a head start on team rowing if they choose to row during the school year. All camps are two weeks and there is no limit to the number of sessions a participant can sign up for. Eligibility - anyone who has never rowed prior to summer 2016, ages 13-18 and entering 8th - 12th grade in fall 2016. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCR is open to student athletes, ages 13-18 (8th-12th grade), regardless of experience. Practice is daily after school, Monday through Friday, 3:45-6:15p, and Saturday mornings 7:30-10:00a. LOCR offers a Fall racing season, Winter training season, Spring racing season, plus options row during the summer months. Rowers new to the sport are considered Novice and after their first year advance to Varsity. Through a partnership with the local high schools, Varsity athletes have an opportunity to letter just as they would in a sport offered through their school. INCLEMENT WEATHER: LOCR reserves the right to cancel classes due to poor weather or water...

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