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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: February Presidents Day Sewing Fun - The Sewing Room
In this fun two-day camp students work on a project of their choice, picking from the Bonjour Teaspoon Sewing Pattern and Fabric Kit collection. Lots of fun sewing options, including tote bags, hats, dresses, shorts, skirts and More. To see Jennifers Kit Selection, visit her Etsy shop at: www.bonjourteaspoon.etsy.com and have Jennifer reserve your choice today! One Fabric and Pattern Kit included in price of camp. Afternoon snack provided. Please have your child bring a lunch. Minimal sewing experience a plus, but not required. Note: for those students who have not used a sewing machine, please consult Jennifer for the most appropriate pattern selection. 510-332-9807
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Concordia Language Villages
 
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42.39 Miles
Address:
901 8th St S, Moorhead, Minnesota 56562
Concordia Language Villages offers culture & language immersion in 15 languages. High school credit, adult, & abroad programs also available.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, International Culture, Language...
Camp Cormorant
 
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43.12 Miles
Address:
400 1st Ave S, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback...
Camp Invention - North Dakota
 
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43.44 Miles
Address:
, Fargo, North Dakota
This summer
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
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Breckenridge, MN Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Teen Camp - "Reverse Thinking Backward or Biblical?" - Pottsboro, TX


MDA 2016 Summer Camp - Cozad, NE
Applications for Campers will be online again this year, and Erin will be sending the link out via email. For any questions, or to receive the link to apply for Summer Camp, contact Tabetha at [email protected]

Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run-Tyler, TX - Tyler, TX
The Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run is the first event of its kind, a new dynamic inflated obstacle run for kids ages 3 – 12 years old. We didn’t just throw together a couple slides and bounce houses – we took imagination, creativity, and of course FUN into consideration to create the KRAZIEST event your kids will ever participate in! More details at: http://krazykidsinflatablefunrun.com/tyler-tx/

Kid's Making Memories at Campbell's - North Branch, MI
Turn digging in the dirt into a lifetime of love for gardening. Kid's will be getting their hands dirty creating a planting one FREE 10inch hanging basket to take home and enjoy all summer long. Learning to care for your plant with water, fertilizer, sun, shade, soil, wind, etc. Dress for the mess. FREE to children 12 and under, please be sure children are accompanied by an adult. Please call the Garden Center to reserve your spot.

Fear Not Factor Teen Camp - Huntington, WV


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Video Game Design: Gamestar Mechanic Jr. - Da Vinci Science Center
Video Game Design: Gamestar Mechanic Jr. - $300 (August 1 – August 5) Calling all young gamers! Ever wondered how your favorite video games are made? This week, well explore the world behind the scenes of video games. Well investigate the different types of games we all play and actually code our very own playable game with Gamestar Mechanic Jr.! *This is a FULL DAY CAMP (9:00AM – 4:00PM). 484-664-1002

Rowing Camp - Donahue Rowing Center
Held on Lake Quinsigamond, this program offers instruction for high school athletes of all levels—from advanced skill development targeted toward competitive rowing to introduction of the basics. Whether you are already a competitive rower or a novice hoping to take your first strokes, you will receive first-class instruction appropriate to your individual development within a positive and enjoyable environment. Lunch at WPI dining hall is included. Saturday morning session on the final day runs 8am to 10am. (508) 831-4900

Camp Iredell Week 9 - Mooresville - lredell County Parks and Recreation
Camp Iredell is an exciting day camp offered 9 weeks during the summer. The program is designed to incorporate a wide variety of fun and educational activities, that change weekly. This program will travel 4-5 days a week, weather permitting. Activities may include, but are not limited to, swimming, guest speakers, crafts, games, environmental activities, and field trips (science centers, sporting events, etc). * Ages 5-11 * Monday-Friday, 9 Sessions. Pick the ones you want! * 2 Drop-Off & Pick-Up Locations: Statesville (East Elementary) or Mooresville (Mt Mourne School). Be sure to select the correct location when registering. * Sites open: 7am-6pm * Camp travels: 8:30am-5pm (4-5 days a week. No travel on Fridays in June & July) Week 9: Important Dates * Session Dates: August 8-12 * Regular registration deadline: Monday, August 1 * Regular payment deadline/balance due: Monday, August 1 * Late registration fee ($10) begins Tuesday, August 2 * Late registration closes Friday, August 5 at 10am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp Iredell Pre-Registration Course (#417) must be completed PRIOR to adding a camp session...

Waterfront Academy - Waterfront Academy
Waterfront Academy offers a Spanish immersion summer camp to both Waterfront Academy students and members of the community. This camp is a fun way to immerse your child in Spanish with fun trips exploring around the SW, Navy Yard, and Capitol Hill communities. We follow the 90/10 model and our camp counselors are caring and kind. Your child does not need to have previous experience with Spanish. (202) 484-0044

Middle School School "Wrangler Horseback" Camp - Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
Learn to groom, saddle and ride and gain experience with safe handling techniques. Swim, canoe, learn about God and make new friends. Participate in Bible studies, campfires, gaga ball and more. Beginners and experienced riders are welcomed. Bring hard sole lace shoes or boots with at least ½ heel, long pants. 336-629-4085

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