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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Archaeology Camp for Children, Extended Care - Needwood Mansion
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Kids can practice their atlatl skills (a prehistoric hunting weapon), go on a scavenger hunt, take a paddleboat ride on Lake Needwood, play a board game and more during this supervised free time. LOCATION Needwood Manion Archaeology Classroom at Needwood Mansion
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Girl Scout Camp Finbrooke
 
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38.93 Miles
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210 S Ingram Mill Rd, Springfield, Missouri 65802
Girl Scout camp in rustic setting with river access. Activities include pool, mountain bikes, challenge course, pioneer living.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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Branson, MO Summer Camps

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Kid's Survival Camp - Kirksville, MO
Summer is coming quickly and that means your children will be out of the house more and running around. You may not always be there to keep an eye on them so they need awareness and physical skills to back them up. Summer time is when your children have a greater chance of possible interactions with strangers and potential preditors. Let us help you get them armed with battle ready skills. What they will learn: *Abduction defense skills *What to do if they can't run *Assertiveness training and command presence *Think smarter than the bigger, stroner bad guy, and more... Cost will be $35.00. That's little to pay for "safety insurance" that can last a lifetime! Second child in same immediate family is $25.00 and $15.00 each after that (must be siblings in same household)

NavYouth 2016 Spring Retreat - Denton, MD
NavYouth Spring Retreat! Downright Different Relationships Fri Mar 11 – Sun Mar 13 New location! Camp Mardela in Denton, MD, on the Eastern Shore near the Delaware border. Leave Fri afternoon (time TBD) & return Sun afternoon. Except for one fast-food meal on the way, all meals are included, Fri dinner thru Sun lunch. Total cost $85 — money needed by Mon Mar 7. Scholarships available if cost is holding you back. Discount for families sending more than one student — only $50 for each additional student after the first. Let us know by the 7th if you can come!

2016 Summer Camp Kickoff - East Hartford, CT
Camp Staff from each of our council camping programs will be at CABELAS in East Hartford to get you GEARED UP for Summer Camp 2016! Parents, Cub Leaders, Scoutmasters, Campers: Stop in at any time from 11-3 to find out what is new and to chat with key members of the camp staff! This will also be the event that Fundraising Camp Cards will be distributed to participating Units.The event may include: A Laser Shooting Gallery, Nerf Archery, FREE giveaways as well as other activities!

The Big God Story Kid's Camp - Bluffton, SC
The Big God Story Kid's Camp Kids, join others from your neighborood for the adventure of the Summer! It's a week to be creative, play games, and hear about an epic story in which YOU can play a part! Don't miss all the fun! July 11-14, 6-8pmBluffton Eagles Field - 172 Buck Island Rd Presented by Crosspoint Church and Indian Hill Baptist Church

Summer Camp 2015 - Marlboro, VT
Camp Gone to the Dogs Summer Camp is from May 31 to June 6, 2015. Registration is open for anyone who would like to attend for our 26th year. You can contact Camp Gone to the Dogs at [email protected] or visit our website www.campgonetothedogs.com. P.S. - The website is still under construction, look for some changes and updates after Fall Camp 2014.

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Spring Break Tennis Camp - Future Stars - Community Center
Future Stars Holiday Tennis Camps develop players motor skills and fundamentals, from all strokes and footwork to scoring and sportsmanship. They include drills, games, and other fun activities for the students throughout each day. Juniors learn all facets of the game in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Community Center - Tennis Court #3 at Community Center INSTRUCTOR Patrick Barrows

Camper Sampler - DC6 - Balboa Campus
Try it all! Climb the treehouse, have a dance party, or learn how to tie knots. Dabble in your favorite camp pastimes, including art, outdoor skills, and teambuilding. Make friends and enjoy singing, playing and working on badges together. End the week with a day-time campfire and cookout. Campers entering grades 4-6 will also participate in archery. Cookie Eligible. 619-610-0821

Single Day Science Camp - PM - Science Fun Lab
Its a weekday, and school is out! If you would like something fun for your junior scientist to do from 1:30 pm until 4:30 pm, then bring ‘em on by! We will have all sorts of fun science going on at the lab. Limited seats available. Drop off begins at 1:30 pm for our single day camp. We will provide a morning science snack in the form of an edible experiment. (No peanuts used). 9194605800.0

Ultimate 100 EAST Camp - 7th-9th Grade Session - Check In 3:00 PM (Smyrna, DE is the location) - Smyrna High School - Smyrna, DE
This is the Ultimate 100 Camp Invite Only event for current 7th. 8th, and 9th Graders. It will be located in Delaware at Smyrna High School. If you are invited from the East Region you should register here. States that are in this region are Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia. PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU CAN NOT MAKE THE U100 IN YOUR REGION, YOU MAY SIGN UP FOR THE CAMP AT ANY OTHER LOCATION. It is the only national camp in the USA, where we will rank the top 100 players from this camp. In addition, we will choose top athletes from this camp to the U100 Top Prospect Camp and Potentially the NUC All American Game. More athletes have gone D-1 from this camp than any other in the USA. 212.549.9115

ENTERING K-5 Session I AM - Hardin-Simmons University
Each week offers unique class experiences, so K-5 students may choose to attend one or both sessions. During each session, morning and afternoon activities repeat, so K-5 students may attend either morning or afternoon classes in each session. If first choice classes are full, please check other session (I/II) or other time (AM/PM) for open classes. 325-671-2150

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