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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Frozen Musical Revue: Mini-Musical for Lower School 1st-5th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Elmore Hey, kids! Lets put on a show! Students will be involved in all aspects of staging a musical from learning the songs and choreography to constructing props, sets and costumes. In this production, students will perform musical selections from the popular movie. Family and friends will be invited to attend the performance on Friday. 316-771-2289

Latest Review for The Camelback Village Summer Fitness Camps

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The Camelback Village Summer Fitness Camps left my children with wonderful memories. They have creative activities for children ages 2 through 12. My 5 year old twin daughters had great stories to share with us after spending time at this camp. Not only did they have fun, but they also learned to cook healthy food! Other activities they enjoyed were going on field trips, doing crafts, playing sports and more.... Read More...


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Kid's Day Off Camp - Frederick, MD
Whether it's one day or a whole week, Camp Pump It Up is where it's at! Discover, explore, invent, and imagine! These themed camps are high-energy, fast-paced and just plain fun for kids. Kid's will spend part of the day playing on our gigantic inflatables and party of the day making new friends during interactive play, crafts, and hands-on activities. Camps are usually held on FCPS days off. Check our events calendar for camp dates. One Day 9 am - 4 pm........$45 Half Day 9 am - 1 pm OR 1 pm - 4 pm.......$25 Full Week........$185

Remy Presas Hall of Fame Foundation Summer Camp 2016 - Media, PA


North Point Youth M-Fuge Camp Fundraiser - Gaffney, SC
Firehouse Subs will donate 15% of their gross to our Youth, So you can help send our Youth to Camp by simply eatin a Sub. Please come out tomorrow night and show your support.

Rogue Robots: LEGO Robotics Camp - San Angelo, TX
Robots aren’t just inventions in a galaxy far, far away— they exist here on Earth, at your local library! Join us this Winter Break for a Star Wars-themed robotics camp. Each day we’ll watch a clip from the movies, and build a LEGO robot inspired by the film. The library will be hosting two four-day camps—attending all four days is not mandatory, but each class will build upon the previous classes. No prior experience in LEGO robotics necessary, but seating is limited so RSVP is required. Call (325-655-7321), email ([email protected]), Facebook message (TGCL Teen Republic), or drop by in person to reserve seats! Sign-ups will open November 21! This is a Teen Republic program, open only to patrons in grades 6-12. Free of charge. We will meet from 3-4:30pm in the Community Room.

Harmony Hill Youth Retreat 2016 - Fulton, MO
Harmony Hill Youth Retreat is a retreat where teens meet together on The Hill to worship God, learn spiritual truths, and have lots of fun! This year's speaker is Brandon Speak, pastor of the Lockhart Church of God (Holiness) in Lockhart, MS, and member of the Harmony Hill Youth Council for over 10 years. Theme: "Is Nothing Sacred?" Date: Oct. 28-30 Price: $25 if pre-registered and paid* by October 15; $45 at the door. *Pay online with paypal or mail a check by this date. Register: online at www.harmonyhillyouthcamp.com. Online registration begins Sept. 19. Bring: a bunch of friends, all the stuff you would normally pack to go on a trip, plus bedding for queen-sized beds/sleeping bags and towels. See you soon!

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Body Contact & Checking Camp - LC Ice Arena
Body Contact/Checking Clinic - Bantam, Midget boys Bantam, & Midget - $350 RMHS is coming to Lewiston for a Checking/Body Contact camp for Bantam, Midgets. The players will be separated into groups by age and skill level. This will ensure the players will be training against players of their skill level for the best possible training environment. During this clinic we will focus on proper body contact along the wall and in the open ice. The RMHS staff will focus on proper body positioning for both giving and receiving body contact. These skills are important to learn for the players where body contact is legal and for the non checking leagues. ATTENTION GOALTENDERS - Every RMHS camp will offer professional goaltending instruction from one of our professional goaltending coaches. We limit theses spots to four goaltenders per group. Daily Schedules: Thursday/Friday Off-Ice – 6:45-7:30pm On-Ice – 7:45-9:00pm Saturday & Sunday On-Ice – 10:30-11:45am Lunch – 12:00-12:30pm Off-Ice – 12:30-1:30pm Classroom – 1:00-1:30pm On-Ice – 2:15-3:30pm Student Pick up – 3:45pm ****Schedules subject to change due to registration levels up to one week before the first day of camp 8778487647.0

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Summer Camp - Stutelage Innovations
Join us for a full week camp celebrating the ten Diary of a Wimpy Kid books! Campers will create their own non-diary full of thoughts and cartoons, participate in themed games and crafts, and find out just what life is like for Greg Heffley. Have you ever wondered what you would look like as a cartoon? During this week of learning and fun, we will be creating our very own cartoon versions of ourselves! Well laugh as we make our own non-diaries, run from The Cheese Touch and test our wimpy kid knowledge. Monday, August 29, 2016 Social Studies: Author Study - Who is Jeff Kinney? Cooperative Learning: Wimpy Kid Trivia Art: Make Your Own Non-Diary ELA: Fregleys Phrases Science: Building Muscles with Greg Art: How to Draw the Wimpy Kid Characters Tuesday, August 30, 2016 Art: Wimp Yourself Cartoon Drawings Cooperative Learning: The Cheese Touch Game Writing: Non-Diary Journaling ELA: Character Personalities and Tone of Voice Lesson Culinary Arts: Decorate Greg Cupcakes Wednesday, August 31, 2016 ELA: Writing Workshop - A Day in the Life of Greg Heffley Art: Greg Heffley Masks Cooperative Learning: Dog Days Expert Interviews Social Studies: Going Unplugged - Life Without Technology Math: Guess the... 7163627848.0

Competitive Training Camp - Player Registration - Reed Arena
This camp is designed to help advanced players polish up their individual skills while learning to execute team strategies for winning rallies, games and matches. Following some initial review for individual skills the majority of the camp sessions will be dedicated to competitive drills and scrimmages. Instruction will be geared towards maximizing each individuals skills to maximize a teams opportunities for success utilizing drills and tactics that help Texas A&M win the SEC Championship. This camp is intended for experienced players with strong individual skills and understanding of the game. This camp is limited to players entering grades 9-12. Players must only click the "Join a Group" option, even if you will be attending as an individual player. If you are attending as an individual, select the Individual group option. If you are attending with a team, find your teams name on the list, and enter the password your coach provided.

Exploring Hip Hop and Jazz Dance - Greensboro Day School
EXPLORING HIP HOP AND JAZZ DANCE $195 Rising 3rd-8th June 27-July 1 8:30am-2:00pm Campers will let go of their inhibitions, challenge their habitual ways of moving, and find unique and creative ways to move their bodies. Comfortable, movable clothing is preferred. For boys and girls with dance experience as well as students who want to try dance for the first time. Artistic Motion Instructors 336-288-8590 x261

Guitar PRIV w Dave MON 5:15pm - The Music Village
This is a continuing lesson for TB. Instructor: Dave Denlinger Dave offers flexible scheduling and class setting with new classes starting all the time. With over 20 years of intstructing and performing experience, Dave teaches beginners through advanced students. Call 574-245-SONG (7664) or email for more information. Goals and objectives for beginners include: Basic understanding of standard notation and tablature Explain parts of guitar and proper care How to properly tune and basic set up Major and minor chords in open and first position Common chord progressions Ten commonly used rhythm and strumming patterns Introduction to movable bar chords 12 bar blues Introduction to finger and Travis picking Have fun exploring and learning new skills 574-245-7664

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