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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Bird Bonanza Mini-Camp PM - Blue Jay Point County Park
Description: Learn to identify birds by sight and sound, and find out how to make your backyard into a wildlife sanctuary. Get to know other junior bird enthusiasts while hiking, playing games, and doing crafts during a week that is truly ?for the birds?. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bird Bonanza is a three-day half-day mini-camp at Blue Jay Point County Park for children ages 6-8. All participants should wear play clothes, closed-toe shoes (like sneakers or day hikers) and bring weather appropriate outerwear to each camp session. Prepare for each camp day by bringing a filled water bottle, a simple snack and applying your favorite sunscreen and bug spray. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Cardinal Room--Program Use at Blue Jay Point County Park
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Concordia Language Villages
 
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22.14 Miles
Address:
901 8th St S, Moorhead, Minnesota 56562
Concordia Language Villages offers culture & language immersion in 15 languages. High school credit, adult, & abroad programs also available.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, International Culture, Language...
Camp Cormorant
 
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Distance
23.09 Miles
Address:
400 1st Ave S, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback...
Camp Invention - North Dakota
 
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23.4 Miles
Address:
, Fargo, North Dakota
This summer
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
Luther Crest Bible Camp
 
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Distance
68.18 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,...
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Barnesville, MN Summer Camps

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Kids Art Camp - Pinedale, WY
Pinedale Schools are OUT on Monday, March 28th. Let your kid come create Art & a Craft with us! Ages 5 to 12, 10am-2:30pm at the Pinedale Library! We are going to Paint the Dandelion Painting in their favorite color, then we will serve lunch (Pizza from Rock Rabbit and a caprisun) and then we will all Create a Terracotta Pot Wind Chime for Spring that is right around the corner! All Supplies and Lunch included! We will provide tshirts to protect clothing, but please dress in clothing that can get messy during class. First Child is $50 every sibling after that is an additional $5 off. You can register here or come in to Pinedale Art & Crafts 225 S.Sublette (Turn at OBOs and we are down on the left)

Kid's Day Off Camp / Drop N' Shop - Frederick, MD
Whether it's one day or a whole week, Camp Pump It Up is where it's at! Discover, explore, invent, and imagine! These themed camps are high-energy, fast-paced and just plain fun for kids. Kid's will spend part of the day playing on our gigantic inflatables and party of the day making new friends during interactive play, crafts, and hands-on activities. Camps are usually held on FCPS days off. Check our events calendar for camp dates. One Day 9 am - 4 pm........$45 Half Day 9 am - 1 pm OR 1 pm - 4 pm.......$25 Full Week........$185

Tile-Top End Table Weeklong Teen Camp - Albany, NY
The Pottery Place has had quality art camps forover 10 years. All camps are taught by an experienced art instructor. Boys and girls alike are welcome to join us! All camps are small in size so we can give each child personalized attention. We always encourage campers to explore and express their own artistic style. Year after year we have gotten rave reviews from kids and aduts! This Years Teen Camp is something so different we are so excited about it! Your teen can make their very own end table! We will create a design and paint 25 tiles which will then be attached to the table and grouted. Who doesnt want an end table made by their own hands. When: Monday, August 29th- Friday, September 2nd Time: 2-4pm daily Age:-12-18 Cost: $150 everything is included in this price. ** RESERVATIONS AND PRE-PAYMENT REQUIRED **

Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included)

Flame of Fire Youth Campmeeting - Abingdon, VA
December 29th at 7pm December 30th at 11am and 7pm December 31st at 11am Flame of Fire is a gathering of teens and young adults. Our generation is one full of sin, yet God has His remnant. We’ve encountered Jesus and are separately walking with Him every day. For three days, join other young people like yourself as we lift up Jesus together. No fake. No fluff. Just a real move of God. This is a campmeeting specifically for young people to use their anointings to preach, sing, pray, and testify among a congregation of their peers. Join us at the Beautiful Jubilee House Retreat and Conference Center, right outside of Bristol, Virginia for a powerful New Year’s. God isn’t just moving form young people. He’s moving through them.

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Latin and Greek Cognates - Morgan Park Academy
It is estimated that 60% of the terminology college students will face come from words formed from ancient Greek and Latin affixes and root words. Knowing how to break down a word which has been formed from Greek or Latin can help a student not only build a working vocabulary, but also help a student construct a basic meaning for a new or unfamiliar word. Students who learn this skill see their vocabularies grow and their anxiety lessen. As students who enter college are faced with not only increased amounts of reading, but also increased difficulty in those readings, having the skill to navigate these readings, assignments, and exams makes academic success much more easily attainable. Our summer class will investigate and analyze Greek and Latin cognates so that students may increase their vocabulary and learn how to decode an unfamiliar word, providing a vital foundation for testing, reading, and writing confronted in upper school and university academic life. 773-881-6700

Handwork-Knitting, Sewing etc - Lower School
Imagine your child spending the day in the care of warm and loving counselors making the most adorable creations! In The Handwork Studios Fiber Arts Camp, campers spend their time sharing stories and laughs while stitching snuggly creatures, and crafting handy dandy accessories. Our goal is to teach the fun practical skills of knitting, hand and machine sewing, needle felting and much more in a space where campers will be enveloped in learning, creativity, imagination, and giggles! Every week, join us for a different array of amazing crafts, whether building on old skills or learning brand new ones. All materials and supplies are included, no experience necessary. (516) 750-3104

Camps - Wee-Kiddie Camp - Town of Apex Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resource
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Computer Programming - Scratch - Engineering Learning Lab
Come out for this free 45 minute lesson about our basic computer programming class. Appropriate for ages 6-12 years old. Please only sign up for one free session. If there are free spaces the day of the sessions we will allow you to attend a second or third class. (904) 707-2121

Baseball Class - BASEBALL CAMP - Adams Park
Put me in coach...Im ready to play! This camp will focus on baseball fundamentals and techniques from hitting, fielding and throwing to pitching, base running and more. Campers will participate in daily drills, scrimmages, stations and contests to develop big league skills. Camp will be conducted rain or shine. Parents will be provided with information on how to handle rain days on the first day of camp. Supplies: Campers should bring their own bat and glove, and a packed lunch with a beverage and plenty of water each day. All campers should arrive at camp with sunscreen already applied, as well as with additional sunscreen, as needed. We recommend campers use sunscreen with a SPF of at least 30. Attire: Baseball attire (e.g., baseball pants, cap and cleats). LOCATION Adams Park Baseball Complex INSTRUCTOR Sports A Rama

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