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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Woodworking Camp - Germantown Friends School
Young carpenters will enjoy a safe way to practice woodworking as they design and build a different project each week. Under the direction of lifelong woodworker and GFS teacher Edmund Livingstone, campers will work individually and collaboratively to plan, measure, cut, build and decorate their projects using wood, paper, nails, rubber bands, and imagination! Their finished products will be works of wonder and awe. Students will incorporate measuring, drilling holes, and strategically positioning their nails in each unique project. They then will customize their creations with arts and crafts. Safety and proper use of protective eyewear will be stressed at all times. This is a great beginning woodworking class for students to learn to use tools and, more importantly, to develop a lifelong love of working with their hands! Woodworking is a morning-only camp and participants may wish to stay for either Ceramics, Mandarin II -Golden Dragons Camp, or the Explorers Day Camp during the afternoon session. Lunchtime coverage will be available. 215-951-2384
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Alpengirl Girls Summer Camp
 
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Distance
46.01 Miles
Address:
PO Box 1138, Manhattan, Montana 59741
Alpengirl Girl Powered Teen Adventure Camp. Montana, Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, Norway. Backpack, yoga, horses, surfing, organic fitness & genuine friendship.
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Boulder, MT Summer Camps

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THE HIGH LIFE Summer Camp 2016 - Poulsbo, WA
Grades 6 to 12

Blackwatch Teen Adventure: The World is What You Make of It - Burlingt
The Nightlands respond to the will of those that visit the darkened realm whether to unleash chaos or bring order. And no conviction is stronger than that of the Blackwatch. How will you shape the Nightlands? Pre-registration and costuming required for this live, interactive, story-based adventure. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $30/person pre-registration required 24 hours before event (Pre-register for both June Blackwatch events for $55) at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800. Late registration on the day of the event will incur an additional $5 fee.

Weekly Wilderness Skills Youth Camp 12 and Ups - Indianapolis, IN
This is one of our greatest opportunities at White Pine. Participants recieve on-going mentorship in complex wilderness survival skills, tracking, and awareness. We are an aboriginal skills school. We teach these skills within an ethnohistorical context. Our intention is to deepen each persons relationship with their environment, their ancestry, their community and themselves. All this within the context of "the invisible school" a mentorship model that disguises curriculum in games, stories, and spontanious nature learning. Cost is $35.

Youth Camp - Georgetown, KY


IMPACT KidFit Athletic Summer Camp - Odessa, FL
This program is designed for children ages 6-9 and 10-13 yrs of age. Along with athletic training to build motor skills, endurance and strength we will be doing games like 4 Square, Dodge Ball, Water Balloon Tag, Corn Hole, Jail Break, etc. Full Day of Camp ($119/week) is from 9 am - 2 pm, Half Day ($75/week) is 9 am - 11:30 am Mon-Fri. For more information, pleas message or call (727) 534-8560.

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Peter Pan: Spring Break Musical Theatre Intensive Workshop - The Studio Around the Corner
March 21 - 24 9am-3pm The last day will be an extended day with a performance. Performances on March 24th at 4pm & 7pm at a location to be announced. Improve your acting, singing, and dance skills, acquire new technique, and put up a show in less than a week! The musical to be performed will be Peter Pan! Register today for a unique training and performing experience! Space is LIMITED. Registrants accepted on a first come, first serve basis. 845.444.2787

Aquatic Addresses AM - Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
Splish! Splash! What kinds of animals live in the wet? Join us as we explore puddles, lakes, rivers and oceans. Design whale outfits and create tadpoles that become frogs. Get your bathing suits ready because its going to be a wet ride! 919-962-1236

Lego EV3 Robotics - Universalist Unitarian Church - Arlington
Lego EV3 Robotics (Ages 8 through 12) This program introduces students to the exciting world of robotics. Students will use the Lego Mindstorms EV3 elements to program their robots to solve a series of challenges everyday. They will build using motors of different power and experiment with touch, ultrasonic, gyro, and color sensor to play fun games such as hockey and sumo wrestling. Lessons will cover topics in computer science, technology, engineering, math, and science. Campers will learn fundamentals of programming blocks such as loops, conditional operations, and the use of variables to store sensor values; and will learn how to program remote control, create parallel programming, and use computers, Bluetooth, and other technologies to connect with their robots. After mastering the basics of Lego EV3 building and programming, students will be immersed in a series of challenging Mars missions: launch the satellite, collect rocks, activate communications, save the robot, secure the power supply, and return to base safely. Students will be encouraged to build and test several designs and programs while collaborating and communicating with each other to successfully complete these tasks. 703-244-0585

Fast Facts by Friday - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
For rising 2nd-6th grade students Master those math facts in one week! Knowing basic math facts is essential for success in the elementary grades. Choose the session or sessions that are right for your child. Part One will focus on addition and subtractions facts. Part two will focus on multiplication & division facts. From games and hands-on activities to technology, we will utilize researched-based ways to master the memorization of math facts. Come have some fun, and learn your facts by Friday! Instructors: Alison Garibaldi, SDS 3rd grade teacher & Ellen Nance, SDS 4th grade teacher Dates/Times: July 18-22 Part One- Addition & Subtraction: 12:30-1:45 Part Two-Multiplication & Division; 1:45-3:00 Fees: $75 for each part (or $150 for both parts) 901-435-5843

USF July 1/2 Day Young Stars-Outdoor Soccer Training Camp - USF Corbett Soccer Stadium
Our 1/2 day young stars outdoor training program is from 9am-12pm daily, Monday-Friday. The main priority of our Young Stars Camp is to teach players the basic techniques of soccer in a fun filled environment. Young players are much more confident and creative if they are taught specific techniques at a young age. 813-315-6485

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