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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Boys Basketball- Lower School - Main Campus
This camp is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of the game. We will provide the tools to become a better player and increase campers enthusiasm for the game. Special emphasis will be placed on proper shooting techniques and offensive play. All skill levels welcome. Join Coach Jason Embry for this week of instruction. 6159487005.0
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Camp Chippewa
 
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Distance
18.49 Miles
Address:
22767 Cap Endres Road, Cass Lake, Minnesota 56633
Chippewa is a summer camp for boys located in the Chippewa National Forest on Cass Lake near Bemidji, Minnesota. Boyhood is a special time...
Activities: ARCHERY, CANOEING, FENCING, FIELD ARCHERY, FISHING, KAYAKING, RIFLERY, ...
Camp Birchwood for Boys
 
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Distance
33.44 Miles
Address:
6983 N Steamboat Lake Dr NW, Laporte, Minnesota 56461
Wilderness experience, Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Variety trips: canoe, sea kayak, backpack, mtn. bike & climb. 45th operating season.
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Kayaking,...
Camp Birchwood for Girls
 
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Distance
37.11 Miles
Address:
, Laporte, Minnesota
Located on a perfect lake in Minnesota
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
Camp Mishawaka For Boys And Girls
 
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Distance
58.56 Miles
Address:
PO Box 368, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
Mature staff help develop lifetime skills. Brother/Sister camp offers best in traditional camping. Residential & tripping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Drama, Horseback Riding (Western),...
ICC Summer Engineering Camp
 
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Distance
60.05 Miles
Address:
1851 E US Highway 169, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
Activities: Youth Programs
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Campfield Youth Yard Sale and Biscuit Breakfast - Ellenboro, NC
A Yard Sale and Biscuit Breakfast to support the CMBC Youth Mission Trip to Myrtle Beach this summer. So, come out and find those unique finds at our yard sale and also enjoy breakfast! Biscuits include Country Ham, Livermush and Sausage. Beverages available will be Soda, Juices, Milk and Coffee. Invite your friends and let's make this a successful event!

Gas Lamp Academy of Performing Arts Teen Camp presents, "PIPPIN" The M
As told by a traveling troupe of actors led by the cunning and charming Leading Player, Pippin is the story of a young prince, heir to the throne, who is searching for his own corner of the sky. Pippin returns from university certain that he will find a fulfilling purpose in life. As encouraged by the Leading Player, Pippin dabbles in bloody battle, licentious and lusty sexual entanglements, and saavy political maneuvers, only to discover that true happiness is more complicated than he thought. With infectious tunes by Stephen Schwartz and classic choreography from Bob Fosse, Pippin is both a humorous allegory about growing up and a dark tale of the danger of false appearances and empty promises. Troupe of Players will be announced soon... Directed by Corinna Sowers Adler Musical Direction by Deborah Martin Show dates Friday, August 12 at 8pm Saturday, August 13 at 2pm and 8pm Sunday, August 14 at 2pm Adults $15 & Students/Seniors $12

16:15 Youth Basketball Camp | 4th Annual - Stanton, MI
The 16:15 Youth Basketball Camp @ Trinity Church is BACK! Entering into the 4th year, with over 150 campers last year, we expect it to get huge this year!! Here are the dates and details. How Much? FREE When is it? June 20-23, 6-8 p.m. each evening Where is it? Trinity Church (outdoors venues) 415 N. Mill St, Stanton MI 48888 What is the camp about? The camp is a faith based camp teaching campers basketball skills and about Jesus Christ. This year's theme is "GOD's TEAM". What does each night look like? Each evening, 2nd-6th grade campers will spend time rotating between 8 different skill set stations. K-1st grade campers have their own special court with age appropriate skills and crafts. Who can come? This year's camp is for K-6th grade students. Where do I sign up? You can sign up here on facebook, at BlastOff at the Central Montcalm UE, or at Trinity Church with DownTown Ministries and Pastor Mark Edwards. How do I sign my camper up? There will be a REGISTRATION FORM that will be up for download. You will be able to...

Teen Horse Day Camp - Stewart, TN
Legend Acres summer camp sessions give horse loving boys and girls the opportunity to spend plenty of time with these wonderful animals. Campers are divided into groups, based on their ability, to provide riders with activities appropriate to their skill levels. In addition, campers take part in the daily grooming, tacking up and care of the horse or pony assigned to them. Campers also participate in activities that promote good horsemanship as well as arts and crafts , snacks and lunch included. We offer three summer camp programs, based on age. The first program is our Kiddie Camp, which is a wonderful experience for children ages 4-7. The camp runs for three consecutive days from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and is $375.00 for the week. Youth Camp, for ages 8 -11 runs for three consecutive days from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm and is $375.00 per week. We look forward to seeing you at camp!! We offer a Teen Camp for ages 12-17 and runs from 8am-2pm and cost $375.00 for the week. Kiddie and Youth camps are a $75 deposit Teen Camps are $100 deposit. For more information or registration please email Kristi at [email protected] or call 931-232-6044 Legend Acres is seeking volunteers...

Teen Camp 1 - Grass Valley, CA
Speaker: David Brock Cost: $360

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Gan Kef Gimmel - Session C Central: "Planting the Seed" (Age 4 by Sept. 1, 2016) - JCC Campus
From farms to markets to greenhouses, gardening is essential to our daily healthy lives. Campers will participate in summer gardening: planting zone research, tilling soil, planting seeds, watering and pruning - a science come to life. And as mini chefs, the children will learn first-hand about the correlation between produce and nutrition. What will the Magical PLANTERS Box grow this session? 512-735-8100

Bookmaking & Poetry - Ensworth School
Boys & Girls, rising 3rd-5th grades Be a poet this summer! Each day you will write poetry and create handmade books, from origami to hand-sewn books. This camp is for anyone who likes to write and share ideas. All materials are included. Directors: Robin Smith and Dean Schneider 615-383-0661

Defending Camp - WakeMed Soccer Park-Field #3
Join the RailHawks and learn how to sharpen your defensive skills and maximize your opportunities for success. RailHawks professional defenders will teach fundamental skills of defending including individual body position, tackling, heading, and small-group defending tactics such as pressure, cover, and balance. Each day will feature small-sided matches so players can implement what they have learned into a live match with lots of defending opportunities. 919-429-8094

Week 1 AM - Geocaching In Your Kayak - NESS
Learn basic navigation to participate in the fun hobby of Kayak Geocaching! Geocaching is a real life treasure hunt using a device that has GPS. Use charts, compasses, navigation, and GPS to track your kayak path. Make an item to let other geocachers know weve discovered a particular treasure, participate in the first ever NESS geocache kayak trail and go geocaching in different locations around Stonington and beyond! No previous kayaking experience is necessary, but an interest in the ocean, snorkeling, and kayaking is a must for this adventure week. Includes: Geocaching & kayaking 860-535-9362

Skyhawks Multi-Sport (FlagFootball,Baseball,BBall) - Graham Athletic Sports Complex
SKYHAWKS MULTI-SPORT CAMP IS DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE YOUNG ATHLETES TO A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT SPORTS IN ONE FUN-FILLED WEEK. ATHLETES WILL LEARN THE RULES AND ESSENTIALS OF EACH SPORT THROUGH SKILL-BASED GAMES AND SCRIMMAGES. BY THE END OF THE WEEK, YOUR CHILD WILL WALK AWAY WITH KNOWLEDGE OF MULTIPLE SPORTS ALONG WITH VITAL LIFE LESSONS SUCH AS RESPECT, TEAMWORK, AND SELF-DISCIPLINE. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Participants should bring: Appropriate clothing, athletic shoes, snacks, water bottle and sunscreen. AGE CATEGORY Youth (5-14) LOCATION East Graham Synthetic Field at Graham Athletic Sports Complex INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Academy Staff

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