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Summer Camps in Battle Creek, NE

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Dean College Week #1 - Dean College
NESDC is an all inclusive overnight summer dance camp. Campers will be dancing 6 hours per day and enjoying activities such as arts & crafts, carnivals and team building activities. Each dancer will have the amazing opportunity to perform in our final showcase and be eligible for numerous scholarships. 978-306-3732

Latest Review for YMCA Camp H R Erdman

Best Summer Ever
Our son just got back from the YMCA Camp and he can't stop talking about all the fun. We knew he was having a good time based on the photos he sent us but to see his face light up when he is retelling the stories is priceless. I'm sure we'll be hearing about the surf lessons, the horseback riding and the campfires for months to come! He's already talking about going back next year and even mentioned wanting to be a counselor someday. Thanks... Read More...


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Free Summer Horse Day Camp for Kids, Week 8 of 9 - Lacomb, OR
This is not your typical day camp! Kids learn how to get big jobs done and earn big rewards through our framework of barn, garden, and community activities. Our mixture of work, learning, and play develops character, leadership, and real-world skills. Kids start the morning cleaning stalls and doing other jobs, then have a well-supervised fellowship lunch, then ride or do other horse activities in the afternoon. For the kids that are interested in doing other things doing the horsemanship time, we have interesting building or maintenance projects as well as gardening. Sometimes we have someone come share an aspect of their career, or we will go on a field trip to a business, and sometimes we need to go pick up hay or other donations as part of the camp day. Toward the end of the day as parents arrive, we usually do a short devotion that gives kids the chance to tell how they illustrated a positive characteristic that day. Parents and kids should attend a 90-minute tour and orientation prior to enrolling, you just call us and schedule a time. Participation is on a donation basis, we welcome parents to help out by volunteering, contributing financially, or...

Little Kid Cheer Camp - Lonedell, MO
Kids in K-4 sign up today to have some fun at Cheer Camp! You'll learn cheers, a dance, tumbling, and stunting. All for $15! Contact Mrs. Hill for details!

Iris Abilene: Ugandan Kids Choir Concert - Buffalo Gap, TX
Iris Abilene will be hosting Childcare Worldwide's Ugandan Kids Choir on Sunday, March 20th @ 7pm for a free concert and refreshments! Opportunities for child sponsorship will be available and a love offering will be taken to support Childcare Worldwide. To learn more about the children in the choir and how this amazing organization is serving children and families worldwide visit their website: https://childcareworldwide.org/ For Directions to Camp Barkeley visit our website: http://campbarkeley.com/contact

St. Louis Youth Camp's Trivia Night - St. Louis, Missouri, MO
CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR REGISTRATION: https://campweloki.wildapricot.org/event-2109063 St. Louis Youth Camp’s presents our 7th annual trivia night! 100% of money raised benefits girls ages 8 – 18 to attend Camp Weloki. The event will be held at Mercy Hospital Conference Center on New Ballas Road. Doors open at 6:00pm, and trivia begins promptly at 7:00pm. Prizes will be awarded to the winning table. There will also be raffles, games and attendance prizes! Cost is $200 for an 8-person table or $25 per person ($30 per person at the door). Beer, soda and water are provided and we encourage you to bring your own food and beverages as well. A flyer with more information can be obtained at http://campweloki.com/events.html or call Erin Lynch at 636-530-1883 or by e-mail: [email protected]

Youth Group College Group Winter Retreat 2017 - Stroudsburg, PA
In this new year, we want to focus on how God MUST be greater than me in my life. How must God be greater than me in my decision-making? In school? In my family? In relationships? What needs to change in order for God to be greater in my life? Feel free to invite your friends and give them this invite post! Departing by US Coachways Bus at 5:00pm on Friday in front of 8515 Broadway Elmhurst, NY *Permission slip forms are needed. If you are under 18 years old, a waiver is needed from your parents. All are due Friday, Dec. 16, 2016* MUST BRING: ♣ sleeping bag/bed sheets & comforter ♣ Pillow, toiletries, towels ♣ a physical Bible, notebook, pens ♣ Winter clothing: long pants, jacket, sweater, etc. ♣ An attitude ready to learn more about God and ready to mingle time with your friends Cost: $100 (If you need financial assistance, please speak to one of the youth or college group leaders no later than Dec. 16th) Registration Deadline: December 16, 2016 Check Make Payable to: The Reformed Church of Newtown

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Art Innovations 6th-8th - Art Unleashed!
Travel back in time and learn about great art innovations in history. From pinhole cameras to tessellations, students will explore a wide variety of techniques and materials. 314-628-1024

Camp Grow 2016 - Sprouts Session 2 - Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
Camp Grow weaves nature activities and games into the beauty of a public garden. A day at Camp Grow can include gardening, hikes, games, nature activities, storytelling, arts & crafts, music, yoga, and much more! Camp is Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Campers bring their own lunches/beverages each day. The camp fee for SPROUTS is $180 for residents of NOVA Parks jurisdictions (cities of Fairfax, Alexandria, Falls Church, and counties of Fairfax, Loudoun, and Arlington) and $200 for nonresidents. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sprouts are campers who will enter kindergarden, first grade, and second grade in the Fall. AGE CATEGORY Youth GRADES Kindergarten - 2nd LOCATION Meet inside Meadowlark Botanical Gardens Visitor Center, 9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court, Vienna, VA 22182

Camp Collegiate Session 4 3rd-8th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Hawley Session 4: Cool Chemistry Camp Camp Collegiate is a fast-paced, fun-based learning experience that is meant to make summer days fly by with fun activities. Boys and girls in third through eighth grade spend their days with friends and counselors doing all of the typical camp things: swimming, cooking out on a camp fire, canoe trips, arts and crafts, having treats, horseback riding, games … and a lot of not-so-traditional things: feeding and caring for snakes and hamsters; studying ecosystems and astronomy; competing in science challenges; building woodworking and electronics projects. Fun off-campus trips will include canoeing down the Fall River, visiting the Oklahoma salt flats, going to Laser Quest, the Alley, Ice Skating, Tanganyika, the Sedgwick Co. Zoo, and All-Star Adventures. Kids often say that great memories are made in this camp and its one of the best parts of their summer! Each day at camp begins at 9:00 AM with a game of Capture the Flag and ends at 3:00 PM with a fun closing activity where the Happy Camper for the day is announced. With all the fun activities that this camp has to offer, its a tremendous value for the price. Please call Scott... 316-771-2289

Offense 4 6th-12th Grade - Beck Center
The Transylvania University Softball Coaching Staff is offering the chance to improve your skills and prepare for season with some Softball Spring Training this winter. You can choose from two different defense and offensive session that fit your schedule. Grades 6-12, on February 7th and the 14th. Check out our brochure at: for more details! 859-233-8300

Middle School School "Wrangler Horseback" Camp - Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
Learn to groom, saddle and ride and gain experience with safe handling techniques. Swim, canoe, learn about God and make new friends. Participate in Bible studies, campfires, gaga ball and more. Beginners and experienced riders are welcomed. Bring hard sole lace shoes or boots with at least ½ heel, long pants. 336-629-4085

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