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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Big Top Quick Start Tennis Camp - Huntington Park Tennis Center
Ages 4 - 18: Experience - no experience up to intermediate level of tennis experience. Snack will be provided, must bring own lunch. LOCATION Huntington Park Tennis Center - 340 Hornet Circle * 757-926-1507 INSTRUCTOR Harvey Robinson
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Camp Jorn YMCA
 
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Distance
27 Miles
Address:
PO Box 430, Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin 54545
Traditional YMCA resident camp on famous Manitowish Chain of Lakes in N. Wisconsin. Canoeing, sailing, horses, waterskiing, overnight trips, campfires & more.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Fishing, Horseback...
Camp Manito-wish YMCA
 
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Distance
32.05 Miles
Address:
PO Box 246, Boulder Junction, Wisconsin 54512
Wilderness tripping is core of program. A number of traditional camp activities are blended. Northwoods setting.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding...
Michigan YMCA Camp - Storer
 
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Distance
34.99 Miles
Address:
, Storer, Michigan
YMCA camps are dedicated to safety and fun, with particular emphasis on healthy living and character education. We build strong kids, strong families, strong...
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
Conserve School
 
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Distance
41.67 Miles
Address:
5400 N Black Oak Lake Rd, Land O Lakes, Wisconsin 54540
Outdoor summer adventure mixed with serious learning. Academic and camp programs for kids grades 6-10. Venture, Achieve, Succeed at Lowenwood this summer.
Activities: Academics, Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Kayaking,...
Red Pine Camp
 
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Distance
45.23 Miles
Address:
PO Box 69, Minocqua, Wisconsin 54548
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Dance,...
Clearwater Camp
 
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Distance
48.45 Miles
Address:
7490 Clearwater Rd, Minocqua, Wisconsin 54548
Exquisite setting on 3600 acre lake. Cabins on mainland & 5 acre island. Traditional, noncompetitive, character stressed. Caring staff. Be yourself. HAVE FUN....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Camp Interlaken JCC
 
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Distance
54.87 Miles
Address:
, Eagle River, Wisconsin
This residential camp features complete waterfront activities
Activities: Religious Camps
Camp Nicolet
 
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Distance
54.87 Miles
Address:
, Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521
Nicolet is located in Wisconsin's beautiful Northwoods. International camp family, exciting activities, leadership programs, tripping adventures, ACA accredited. Quality instruction in water skiing/wakeboarding, riding,...
Activities: Arts and Crafts , Performing Arts , Wilderness...
Nicolet For Girls
 
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Distance
54.87 Miles
Address:
PO Box 1359, Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521
Beautiful, safe northwoods setting. International camp family. Family owned /operated since 1944. Excellent facilities and a challenging, fun program.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Drama, Horseback Riding (English),...
Marimeta For Girls
 
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58.2 Miles
Address:
3782 Gaffney Dr, Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521
Land and water sports are included in a Marimeta summer. Individual attention makes us more than a camp. It's a feeling.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Boating, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Field Trips, Gymnastics, Horseback...
WeHaKee Camp for Girls
 
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Distance
59.19 Miles
Address:
N8104 Barker Lake Road, Winter, Wisconsin 54896
At the heart of WeHakee is relationship. Grow,learn,make lifelong friends. Nearly 40 activity choices - campers select their activities to create their own custom...
Activities: Ceramics/Pottery, Drama, Gymnastics, Horseback Riding (English), Horseback Riding (Western), Leadership...
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Youth Football Camp - South Holland, IL
Ninety10 Sports partners with USA Football for a Fundamental Youth Football Camp: Learning FUNdamentals of the game, to build a strong foundation, for success.

Relentless Teen Camp - Lake Stevens, WA
Pre-Register for this years 2016 Relentless Teen Camp! The total cost of camp is $139 Have your $30 deposit paid as soon as possible to save your spot Deadline is July 12th 2016. Any registration after that goes up to159 Check imrelentless.org for more details and info about camp, including permission slips, packing lists, what to bring and what not to bring, the camp schedule, and more!

August 23-28, Epic Fishing Camp for Youth ages 13-17 & 8-12 plus pare
Epic Fishing Camp Information and Registration: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/fishing-fly-trout-salmon-bass-lake-river-ocean/ Join us on the most exciting week of the year for fishermen and women! Trout start to bite as nighttime weather cools, salmon season opens in the rivers, and crabs are still legal to catch and are growing to size. Whether you’re an experienced angler or new to fishing, come join us for an exciting week of fishing at the very best spots in Western Washington! Learn the basics of rod/reel and fly fishing with our seasoned instructors and try your luck at various sites such as the Puyallup River watershed, North Cascades mountain lakes, and the Salish Sea. Target fish include trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, surf perch, flounder, sole, dogfish shark, dungeness crab, and many more. In the heat of the day when the fishing slows we’ll be learning what it means to be an honorable harvester. You will also learn to clean and cook your fish in various ways with lead instructors and French Culinary School graduate chef Charlie Borrowman to enjoy eating the fruits of your labor. This camp promises to be an exciting and educational experience! Camp Goals & Skills Covered: •Become adept at rod and reel fishing (casting, tackle/set up,...

Youth Skills Camp - Pensacola, FL
Dates: November 21 & 22 Time: 9:45-3:00pm both days Ages: females 8th grade and below (fastpitch only) Cost: $40 per player Pre-Registration due by Friday, November 13, 2015 Mail release form and payment (checks payable to PFHS Softball Booster Club) to: Coach Tara Blackwell Pine Forest High School 2500 Longleaf Dr. Pensacola, Fl 32526 OR attend the pre-registration at the PF softball complex on Fri, November 6 @ 5pm. ***Athletes that are registered early will receive a free camp t-shirt. Box lunches, unlimited water and shirts for pre- registered athletes will be provided. There will be extra camp shirts for sale for $15. Proceeds will benefit the Pine Forest Softball Program. Contact Coach Tara Blackwell (850-380-4163, [email protected]) for questions or concerns, and for information packet containing detailed schedule and release form.

Teen Extreme Youth Camp - Pensacola, FL
http://www.teenextremecamp.com/

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Primary Ballet - Old Trail School
The early childhood ballet class is designed to provide young students in grades K-2 the basic foundation for their dance education. This class welcomes beginners and will cover the fundamentals of classical ballet technique and etiquette. The important of strength, flexibility, rhythm, musicality, and memorization will be stressed. Students will work at a traditional barre, learn combinations in the center, and dance gracefully across the floor - the universal foundation for the training of a ballet dancer. Fun creative elements such as stories, songs, games, and other imaginative activities will keep the pace of the class lively and engaging. Instructor: Emily Bowen, BS, Old Trail School Early Childhood Teacher 3306661118 x469

Technology Goddesses Preschool COV - DC7 - Escondido Program Center
CHILD OF VOLUNTEER - PRESCHOOLERS ONLY This session is reserved for preschool-aged children of volunteers. All other campers and COVs should use the regular camp registration session options and select the COV rate. Not eligible for Cookie Camp. Heres a camp with a technology twist: Drive robots with smartphones, take digital pictures and videos, and learn how to edit them. Brush up your computer knowledge at new, age-appropriate classes. Other highlights include an after-camp lab for DCA/CITs, a sleepover for grades 5-12, and a field day on Friday. 619-610-0821

SJC - Sports Girls Lacrosse - SJC Long Island
Female lacrosse players of all ability levels are welcome to attend this camp. Athletes will develop technical and tactical skills needed to be a successful player. Session will consist of agility, stick skills, offensive and defensive strategy and teamwork drills. Campers will participate in position specific drills as well as scrimmages and other competitions. Participants are required to bring a stick, goggles and mouth guard. Please dress appropriately rain or shine. 631 687 4556

TEE IT UP at Tunxis - Tunxis Fore Driving Range
The Tee it Up Program is for never-ever golfers or those with little to no swing experience. Introduce your child to the game of golf in a low-stress environment. No clubs necessary or prior golf experience necessary. Tee it Up is held on a weekly basis for 1 hour at both SWG locations. We recommend at least four (4) Tee It Up Classes before an evaluation for our Medalist Program. YOU MAY SELECT YOUR ACTUAL CLASSES FROM THE SCHEDULE STARTING MARCH 1. CLASSES ARE HELD AT TPC ON SATURDAYS FROM 9-10AM AND AT TUNXIS ON SATURDAYS FROM 2-3PM. Advance registration required $20.00 per class payable at time of reservation Age Groupings may be available Specific Dates open for registration beginning in March, 2016 Clubs available for use at Tee It Up (48 hrs. advance notice reqd) Assistance with purchase of clubs available (860) 306-6059

Vocal Performance Workshop - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
This class is for 4th-8th grade students. Through the Vocal Performance Workshop, students will: learn foundational vocal technique, as well as techniques used in different musical styles; shape and strengthen their vocal instrument with breathing and singing exercises; explore performance practices of interpretation, connection with the audience, stage movement, and microphone use; understand how to care and use their voice in healthy ways. The participants will sing in the Conservatory Recital on Saturday, May 14th (time TBA). 901-435-5843

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