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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 50) Junior Mini Camps - Princeton Racquet Club
Junior Mini Camps incorporate instructional drills and match play time. Advanced Beginner through Advanced levels. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NO REFUNDS. Make-ups or credits are for medical reasons only with a Dr.s note provided. No dark soled sneakers allowed on the courts. SKILL CATEGORY Intermediate/Advanced LOCATION Princeton Racquet Club
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Camp Bear Trap
 
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Distance
45.15 Miles
Address:
295 Prim Rd, Drasco, Arkansas 72530
a 77 camp for girls and boys ages 7-15, is located on 200 acres in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. To campers, Camp is...
Activities: Arts And Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Bear Track
 
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Distance
45.15 Miles
Address:
295 Prim Rd, Drasco, Arkansas 72530
Teaching Christian values, Camp Bear Track is a place of individual achievement, adventure, fun, fellowship and friends.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Augusta, AR Summer Camps

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Maine District Youth Camp! - Old Town, ME
It's that time of year again! Time for our most awesome event of the year...Youth Camp!!! This year youth camp will be held beginning Monday, July 18 and will end with a camp BBQ on Friday, July 22nd. ****REGISTRATION**** Registration is $85 before July 1st. After July 1st, registration will be $100. Your registration fee covers meals and activities, please bring extra money for the canteen! **** We are excited to have Bro. Tony Bohrer, the Colorado District Youth President with us this year! He will be speaking in all of our evening services as well as our Friday morning dismissal service. As we get closer there will be both staff and camper registration forms available here in the event as well as information about activities etc. As always, if you have any questions please contact us here at the page and we'll be more than willing to help you out! We can't WAIT to see you at camp!

2017 SP Youth Camp - Tyler, TX
For our 2017 youth camping trip we will be going to Tyler tx , we will have two or three shelters to stay in. This year's theme will be Deep waters , and deeply rooted. There will be different rules this year and alot more fun , God is preparing something amazing for us this year. I'll have the packs ready to go by the beginning of February. Volunteers are welcome please inform me by May 10th if you wish to help out. All donations are welcome at anytime , or come to one of our fundraiser to pitch in. We will need prayers so please be in prayer about the youth and what God has in store for us!!

Blackwatch Teen Adventure: The Veiled Path - Burlington, MA
The Nightlands do not make it easy for the Blackwatch. Sometimes the decisions we make do not lead us where we would think. Where will your adventure lead today? Pre-registration and costuming required for this interactive adventure. Foam swords provided. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $30/person pre-registration required 24 hours before event (Pre-register for both Blackwatch events for $55) at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800. Late registration on the day of the event will incur an additional $5 fee.

Kid's Camp- Clay Project- Create your own clay dragon or faity - Jenki
Clay Camp- Dragon & fairy camp- $35, ages 8+. Please pack a drink and a lunch or snack. Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545.

KID AND YOUTH CAMP FUNDRAISER - Greeneville, TN
DONATIONS NEEDED FOR YOUTH CAMP FUNDRAISER . . Yard sale, car wash and bake sale to help our kids and youth go to camp this year. Please check your attic, basement and anywhere you hoard things that you no longer need or use and donate to help them make the trip. You will be blessed

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Home School Comes Alive with Shakespeare - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
For the Shakespeare buff or novice this is a fun yet educational program as we make history come alive through performance of a Shakespeare classic. This year we are adding a new dimension in that we will take one of his classic tragedy plays and add a humorous twist. While the play will keep with the essence of the original storyline and characters, students will find this play highly entertaining to perform. This truly unique course is especially designed for the home-¬schooled that incorporates history, literature, and performance. History comes alive as students create and act out their interpretation of imaginary and real characters during Shakespeares time. Students will also learn performance skills as they practice techniques for stage acting along with the wonderful experience of performing an adaptation of one of Shakespeares classic plays. Plays under consideration are Hamlet and Romeo & Juliet with a twist. A fully staged performance will be presented for family and friends at the conclusion of this course. All the Worlds A Stage – a wonderfully immersive experience of the Bard! Materials: Provided 302 239-2434 x120

Showtunes: Sing and Dance (August 15) - The Little Theatre of Alexandria
One of the most difficult aspects of musical theatre is being able to sing and dance at the same time. This camp will help to develop this ability. Working hard to prepare a selection of show tunes for a live performance will give the campers quality experience and better prepare them to participate in musicals at school and in the community. Campers will perform in large and small groups while also allowing each child to take the spotlight with a singing or dance solo within the group numbers. This is an opportunity for your child to build a talent that many young performers struggle with. INSTRUCTOR MICHAEL PAGE has been teaching theater for 8 years and has been choreographing in local community theaters for the past 10 years. He recently received a BA in Theater and Dance from Christopher Newport University. He currently works as a Music and Movement Teacher at VHBC Preschool as well as teaches classes at LTA, Mount Vernon REC Center, and Browne Academy. He teaches private acting, dancing, and guitar lessons from his home. He is happy to have been given the position of Summer Camp Director this year and hopes to make a positive educational... 7036835778 x2

Skyhawks Multisport Camp - Park - Peers (PP)
Skyhawks Multi Sport Camp Our multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. For this program, we combine soccer, baseball and basketball into on fun-filled week. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the week you child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. All participants receive a t-shirt, water bottle and merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is 12:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, a lunch and snack, water, running shoes, a baseball glove and sunscreen. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Sports LOCATION PP - Field 1 at Park - Peers (PP) INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff

Week 2 - Kickers Camp - Whitby School
Arrival from 8:50 a.m. Please walk your child onto the field Pick-Up at 12:00 a.m. from the field. You may stay for 30 minutes and use the playground area if you have an older child on camp NO CAMP ON MONDAY, JULY 4TH 203-274-5367

Cowboy Team Camp - Wyoming Campus
The Cowboy Team Camp is designed for the high school wrestler and the serious wrestler preparing for High School (7th Grade and up). Your team will get top notch daily instruction from our nationally renowned staff. You will have the chance to work one on one with our clinicians to remedy problem areas your team may be facing. Coaches will have direct input to areas that will be addressed in the morning technique sessions. Two sessions of dual meet competition will help promote team unity and get your wrestlers valuable match experience. *Note-we prefer younger team campers to have adequate wrestling experience. 3077665382.0

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