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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Day Pass: Aztec Warrior and Princess Day - Pasitos School - Central
Learn about Aztec history while creating an outfit for yourself and learning a new Aztec warrior dance. We will make corn tortillas and beans and taste some cocoa with our snack time treats! 408-510-0727
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Camp Sandcastle
 
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28.81 Miles
Address:
500 N Shoreline Blvd Ste 610N, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
A day camp for children with diabetes. Children enjoy the fun of camp & camp activities while learning diabetes management. Skills provide a lifetime...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Camp Aranzazu Inc
 
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Distance
56.78 Miles
Address:
5420 FM 1781, Rockport, Texas 78382
Camp Aranzazu is dedicated to enriching the lives of children & adults with chronic illness & disabilities by providing camp, environment & retreat experiences....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Hiking, Kayaking, Music, Nature/Environmental...
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Kids Spring Art Camp - Redding, CA
Save the date! Details - TBA

Awareness and Self Defense - Kid's Camp - Alexandria, PA
** Community Service Event to Support Local Library ** Skill Building for Ages 4-15. -- Look for Women's Group -- Same day from 9am-1pm!! ** See Flyer under "Event Discussion" Section - Select "All Posts". http://advancedcombativesystems.com/pay-online/ Donations of $25.00 per Person Benefit the Efforts of the Alexandria Memorial Library

Teen Camp 2 - Dayton, TN
With Greg Locke

Telling Tails Story Time - Kid's Reading Program ( Campus for Compassi
Children ages 6 and up, are invited to share their favorite stories with our furry friends while they await adoption during Telling Tails Story Time. This free hour of storytelling helps our cats practice their people skills, while students grow more confident in their reading skills. It’s a win-win, and totally adorable! AHS will have a selection of books on hand, but kids are welcome to bring their own. Telling Tails Story Time is offered one Saturday a month at the Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion. Sign your child up today! Saturday, February 13 Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. For more information, please visit: http://www.azhumane.org/get-involved/volunteer/ways-to-volunteer/

Lake Howell Youth Football Camp June 13-16 - Winter Park, FL
-June 13-16 8am-12pm -Anyone going into 1st-8th Grades this Fall -All campers receive a FREE Drifit Shirt! -Punt, Pass, Kick Competition, Combine Testing, positions specific drills. -$125, Teacher and Sibling discounts available -Any questions, please contact David Wensyel, Head Football Coach, at [email protected] -www.silverhawkfootball.com

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Studio Art w/Lego Animation, Ages 8-9 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Lego Animation Session II: July 11 to July 22 Studio Art Camp Matisse and Friends: Colors of the Modern Masters Purple skies, pink trees, red rooms, and green people! Its all about color and imagination this session, which will explore artwork by famous Modern and Post Modern masters like Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin and Pablo Picasso. These artists experimented with depicting the world using fantastic colors, and a bold and expressive style of brushwork. We will experience color in a whole new way while working in fine art materials, found objects, collage, printmaking, and more! Campers will be inspired to create their own wild and wonderful masterpieces. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 2.50.35 PM [] Lego Animation Learn the art of stop-motion animation using Lego building blocks. Students will have the opportunity to create sets and characters in exciting short films that set them on the path to becoming a master builder. With a focus on visual storytelling techniques, Lego Animation is the perfect class to let your imagination run wild! Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 2.12.03 PM [] AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Geyer...

Lego Week 2 - Foothills Montessori School
Let you imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO! Build engineer designed projects such as boats, bridges, mazes, and motorized cars and special pieces to create your own unique designs. Explore the possibilities! 7024070790.0

Marshwood Football Camp: Wing T - Eliot Community Service Dept
This team football camp is a great opportunity to get ready for the 2016 season. The camp will stress Wing T schemes, techniques, and blocking schemes. This is open to all high school students, including those entering 9th grade. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Equipment Needed: Cleats & Water Bottle. Bring your own lunch. South Berwick Residents: Please choose MSAD 35 Student as your childs Customer Type. GRADES 9th - 12th LOCATION Marshwood Middle School

AM Week 6: Flag Football - Oakhill Day School
Have fun and learn the fun-damentals of Flag Football as you run through the basics of football plays and drills—all while having tons of fun. Flag football is its very own game with a unique set of rules that replicate the fast-paced momentum and precision of football while providing safety for everyone. Whether its the offensive or defensive side of the ball you find most exciting, youll learn to do it all: run, pass, defend, kick, catch, chase, flag grab! It may be the NFLs off season, but theres still a lot of football to be played this summer 816-436-6228

Memorial - Elementary / 8 weeks - SOMO Center
This elementary social skills class focuses primarily on the important social basics of building friendships, appropriate communication and peer group interaction. Emphasis is put on self awareness and enabling reciprocity with peers to further students understanding of how they are interpreted by peers. 713-461-7200

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