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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Hamilton College Field Hockey Clinic - Hamilton College Field Hockey Clinic
The mission of the Department of Physical Education and Athletics is to make a maximum contribution to the liberal arts education of each student. The Department members believe that all phases of physical education (instructional classes, intramural sports, club sports, intercollegiate athletics, and recreational activities) are integral parts of the total educational process. Department policies reflect the educational philosophy, mission, and ideals of the college and department members are committed to the intellectual, physical, and personal development of all students. 3158594766.0
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YMCA Camp Grady Spruce 2
 
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Distance
17.4 Miles
Address:
, Graford, Texas
Where Kids Come to Life! Camaraderie
Activities: Adventure Camps: Rock Climbing
YMCA Camp Grady Spruce 3
 
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Distance
17.4 Miles
Address:
, Graford, Texas
All three camps offer similar activities such as water skiing
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
Charis Hills
 
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45.52 Miles
Address:
498 Faulkner Rd, Sunset, Texas 76270
Charis Hills is a Christian camp for kids with learning differences such as ADHD, Asperger's and high functioning Autism. We share the Good News...
Activities: Archery, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaking, Photography, Religious Study, Riflery, Recreational...
Charis Hills Camp
 
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Distance
45.52 Miles
Address:
498 Faulkner Road , Sunset, Texas 10734
Charis Hills is a Christian, co-ed, 77 summer camp specifically designed to help kids with learning differences find success. We welcome kids with ADHD,...
Activities: ADDHD , Animals , Archery , Arts...
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Bryson, TX Summer Camps

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Teen Extreme Youth Camp 2015 - Venice, FL
This Summer June 22nd-26th we are going to Teen Extreme Youth Camp at Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, FL. This camp is going to be awesome with exciting preaching from Kenny Baldwin, an indoor water park, paintball, bowling, swimming, ice skating, inline skating, rock climbing, team competitions, music competitions, and much more on the Pensacola Christian College campus. The cost for this camp is $195 per student. (same as last year!) Anyone going into 7th grade fall of 2015 through 2015 graduates can attend. Applications will be available in the teen room and Church foyer. Please turn in your paper application ASAP to reserve your spot!

Summer Kid's Theater playwriting Camp Two one week sessions July 1115
DESCRIPTION: CLASSES WILL USE FABLE AND MYTH TO CREATE ORIGINAL SCRIPTS TO BE STAGED FOR PERFORMANCE BY THE STUDENTS. IMPROVISATION AND OTHER ESTABLISHED ACTING TECHNIQUES WILL PROVIDE AN ACTIVE, STIMULATING SETTING FOR YOUNG ACTORS AND WRITERS TO EXPRESS THEIR IDEAS. Instructor: Sally Kaczynski, Theater Arts Educator Call to Enroll Now 401-782-1018. Low Cost - Scholarships Available

Camp Yamhill Senior Teen - The Force Awakens! - Yamhill, OR


Holiday Closure: Closed December 24th - January 1st - Burlington, MA
Our Guardians' Castle will be closed from Thursday, December 24th - Friday, January 1st. We will re-open for all of our regular classes and programs on Saturday, January 2nd. We look forward to seeing everyone in the New Year!

Send a Kid to Camp Campaign - Morrisville, VT
This year, we mark 40 years of encouraging, educating and strengthening families. To celebrate, we're helping send kids to camp with camperships of up to $400 for kids whose families cannot afford such an expense. 100% of your donation goes directly to a kid's camp tuition. Donate through the “Donate Now” heart on our main page, or form a team to help raise funds for camperships. It really is the power of community that builds healthy kids. Your company, organization or club can demonstrate support by planning a fundraising event, then posting photos here along with results. Together we can make this a great summer for deserving kids.

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Vocal Performance Workshop - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
This class is for 4th-8th grade students. Through the Vocal Performance Workshop, students will: learn foundational vocal technique, as well as techniques used in different musical styles; shape and strengthen their vocal instrument with breathing and singing exercises; explore performance practices of interpretation, connection with the audience, stage movement, and microphone use; understand how to care and use their voice in healthy ways. The participants will sing in the Conservatory Recital on Saturday, May 14th (time TBA). 901-435-5843

Tap for Beginners (Youth) - The Little Theatre of Alexandria
This course is designed as an introductory course for children who are interested in trying tap for the first time or would like to work on their technique and tap vocabulary. In this class the students will learn the basics of the American Musical Theatre tap dance style, as well as choreography to at least one song. Students will learn basic tap terminology along with tap performing techniques which will provide the student with a well-rounded knowledge of tap dance. This class is designed for 2nd-8th grade students. INSTRUCTOR MICHAEL PAGE graduated from Christopher Newport University with a Bachelors degree in Theater, focusing on Musical Theater Performance, Directing, Dance/Choreography, and Lighting. He has been very active for the past 10 years in the Alexandria theater community, working with theaters such as; MVCCT, PCP, ACCT, and LTA. He has directed, choreographed, and fight choreographed children and adults alike. He has a passion for teaching the performing arts in a logical way, while inspiring creativity and individual expression. 7036835778 x2

Art -Kindergarten, Winter Session - Adams Elementary
Discover your inner artist through drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, 3-D, and mixed media. Using clay, paint, marker, pencil, pastels, charcoal and other artist quality media, our curriculum includes animals, people, nature, still life, and landscapes, as well as the work of historical and local artists! 10 Classes: Jan 12, 19, 26: Feb 2, 9, 16, 23; Mar 1, 8, 22 805-570-1988

Tennis Camp Session 1 - Whetstone Community Center
Novice players will gain a better understanding of the game while learning basic skills. Intermediate and advanced players will enhance their skills and develop on-court strategies for match play. All skill levels will end the week with fun Challenger Tournaments. No flexible drop off or pick up. Camper will need to bring own lunch. For more information, please visit www.columbusrecparks.com. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Payment Information Payment by credit card is required at time of registration. You may choose to pay your camp in full or make a $10 non-refundable deposit per week. Your credit card will automatically be charged 1 week prior to each session. Refund Information In order to receive a refund, a request must be called in to 645-7000 10 business days prior to camp session and followed up with an email or explanatory letter before the refund will be processed. Refunds requested between five and 10 business days prior to camp session will receive a 50 percent refund; and requests received less than five business days prior to camp session will not receive a refund. Refunds take 6-8 weeks to process. A $15 processing fee will be assessed for...

The Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss, Session F - The Pearl Theater
Seuss is on the loose at The Pearl. Campers will have fun learning about Dr. Seuss, hearing his treasured tales, playing Seuss games, and making crafts. Deposits are NON REFUNDABLE. Discounts may not be combined. Camp will end with a ticketed performance on July 22th at 5 PM. Campers should plan to bring a snack & water bottle. If attending the morning & afternoon camp, they should bring a lunch to eat between the camps and a snack for the afternoon camp. 7133402540.0

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