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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Spring Break Chess Camp - Frankfort Park District
Checkmate Champions is the future of chess teaching. This chess camp combines the Classical strategies of chess with new innovative modern technology that creates a very FUN-damental experience for all kids regardless of their chess playing abilities. Checkmate Champions is more than a chess camp, it?s a chess experience. While in the class, students will learn not only how to play chess but they will learn the rules, history, and also how to record their games so that they can reflect on them at a later date. Students will have the chance to play their favorite chess variation games such as Bughouse (team chess), Allies, Bobby Fischer chess and IPad chess to name a few. After all the fun and games, the kids will have the opportunity to participate in a real life class chess tournament. They will play against different opponents and get practice using an actual tournament clock. The mock tournaments give the kids a realistic feel of what its like to participate in a real life tournament. GRADES K - 8th INSTRUCTOR Checkmate Champions, Inc
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Camp Buckskin
 
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33.71 Miles
Address:
, Ely, Minnesota 55731
We are an overnight summer camp program that specializes in serving boys and girls ages 6 - 18 who are experiencing social skill and...
Activities: ADDHD , Archery , Arts and Crafts ,...
Camp Voyageur
 
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Distance
38.35 Miles
Address:
709 Voyageur Rd., Ely, Minnesota 55731
A traditional camp for boys operated since 1951 by the Erdmann family, traditional in-camp activities of land and water sports. We specialzie in wilderness...
Activities: Adventure , Archery , Arts and Crafts ,...
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Biwabik, MN Summer Camps

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Charge! 2016 - Greensburg, LA
Learning about God in a fun-filled environment. In addition, you will learn team building and leadership skills. Three full meals and two snacks are provided daily along with plenty of water and sports drinks.

Kids In The Middle 24-Hour Matching Gift Campaign - St. Louis, MO
This is a special opportunity to make a HUGE difference to Kids In The Middle. On August 23 starting at 12 p.m., all donations to KITM will be matched dollar for dollar for 24 hours. We have generous donors who are willing to match your donation DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. That means that for every single dollar you give, KITM will get $4! This is an amazing opportunity to make a real difference!

Free Dental Clinic - Beattyville, KY
Youth Haven's Spring Dental Clinic begins at 8:30 a.m. each morning, April 23-25. No apppointment necessary -- patients are seen on a "first come" basis. Food/snacks are available for a minimal charge.

“Teen Sexism, Self-image and School Success” with Campbell Leaper, PhD
Adolescents today face the competing demands of doing well in school, being popular, developing close relationships with friends and romantic partners, and appearing sexually attractive to others. Each of these challenges is affected by stereotypes about what is considered desirable or undesirable for each gender. Sexism occurs when these stereotypes constrain the self-image and aspirations of girls and boys. What are the most powerful influences in teen sexism – family, peers, school, music, social media. How are these influences and the stereotypes they promote affecting teen relationships and school success? Do you worry about their effects on your children? Campbell Leaper, Professor and Department Chair of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, and co-founder of the Gender Development Research Conference, is an expert on gender ideologies, self-concept, sexism, and gender bias in schools. He will talk about the ways that gender stereotypes affect girls’ and boys’ self-image, relationships, and school success. Most importantly, he will discuss what adults can do to mitigate sexism and the negative cultural influences in our kids’ lives. For more information on Campbell Leaper: http://people.ucsc.edu/~cam/Site/Welcome.html CCSF Parking Permit: http://parentscoalition.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/CCSF-parking-permit.pdf

3rd Annual Show Choir Kids Camp - Carthage, MO
Please join us for our 3rd Annual Kids Camp! For students in grades 1-6! Come and have some fun singing and dancing! Cost is $25 and includes a camp shirt, lunch, and a full day of singing and dancing! You can register online at www.carthagechoir.weebly.com

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..Spring Camp: Art Extras Grades 1 - 5 - BBAC Campus
Art Extra is an after camp program for Grades 1 - 5. 5422.53.04.16 Art Extras 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, April 4-8, $60/week -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Food is not provided in the Art Extras program. It is recommended that campers bring a snack and beverage. COURSE MEDIUM Multi-Medium LOCATION Gallery / Commons at BBAC Campus INSTRUCTOR Department Faculty

Everything Art July T/Th - All Things Art Studio
Use your imagination to create fantastic and colorful projects. This combination class offers children a sampling of art projects using various media such as painting, watercolors, collage, and pastels. It is amazing what you can do when you explore your imagination. A variety of materials are used to create your many masterpieces – Many projects are built upon each class, so that students experience a variety of mediums and take home several projects. Projects are new every session, so sign up for all sessions. Current Kindergarten and older, please. (4 Classes) July 12, 14, 19, 21 630-360-1410

Fashion for the Runway - Coyote Central
New or returning students with some basic sewing skills will design and fabricate a runway outfit! Things worn on the runway are more wild, experimental and fabulous. Youll learn about ten famous designers and use their ideas to spark your own. Be ready to use unusual materials, machine sew, hand sew & a do lots of sketching. Youll describe your dream runway show & act it out with each other. Instructor: Angela Flowers 2063237276.0

Programmable Speed Bots - Wow Science - Voorhees
Using iOS and Android devices, campers will program a robot to do many tricks, including pulling off ollies--a trick where a skateboarder or snowboarder can jump into the air without ramping off something else. This robot can pull off ollies, do a quick spin in place, speed boost while driving (called grabs), jump around like a hot potato, pull off wheelies, or rocket across the room and turn on a dime before zipping off in a new direction. All this as campers have fun mastering basic concepts of programming. Bring your cell phone if you have one. NOTE: THIS PROGRAM RUNS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY FOR A HALF DAY. FRIDAYS ARE FIELD TRIP DAYS AND ARE THEREFORE FULL DAYS. UNLESS THE CAMP DIRECTOR GIVES YOU AN EARLIER ARRIVAL TIME, PLAN TO DROP OFF YOUR CHILD AT 9:00 AM ON FRIDAYS. UNLESS INSTRUCTED TO PICK UP AT A LATER TIME, PLAN TO PICK YOUR CHILD UP AT 4:00 PM ON FIELD TRIP DAYS. CAMP IS CLOSED ON FIELD TRIP DAYS AS ALL TEACHING STAFF/COUNSELORS GO ON THE TRIPS. Early bird Wow Tech weekly tuition is $170 plus $30 for field trip. Field Trip: The Da Vinci Center, PA Field Trip on Friday,... 8775412267.0

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