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Summer Camps in Bullhead City, AZ

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Effective Communication for Success in School and Beyond (49515A) - Cary Academy
Effectiveness, which includes being organized, communicating clearly and working well with others, isnt taught at school but is vital to success. Increase your confidence, become a better public speaker and develop important social skills. You will learn techniques used by improv comedians and noted public speakers, participate in team-building activities, engage in mock interviews, and watch compelling TED talks for inspiration. Emerge with skills that will empower you in high school, college, and the workforce. 919-677-7839

Latest Review for Camp Hidden Lake

Positive Life Change
Although they mentioned "life changing" on their mission statement I though that was just advertising. It turns out this truly was a life changing summer for our daughter. She was also a sweet girl a little on the shy side. But this summer she seemed to blossom. She came home confident and eager to participate in activities at our church. I think this summer camp experience is actually going to set her up for a fantastic school year. You have my gratitude.... Read More...


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Camp Kid Again - Spring Session 2017 - Aiken, SC
We are an all inclusive summer camp, just for adults! Here at Camp Kid Again we have all the same activities that you loved as a kid, but with some extras... for adults only! Every night, hang out with the other campers while you indulge in our open bar of wine and craft beer. We serve you three meals a day, with snacks in between and s'mores at night. Along with all the fun camp activities, we have special events planned for after hours! You can look forward to activities like dodgeball, the beer olympics, square dances, and of course…COLOR WAR! At Camp Kid Again we want you to have fun, and that means doing what you want to do. It’s your turn to pick your camp experience! Choose from a variety of activities such as: lake, swimming, arts and crafts, ropes course, archery, blobbing, and many more! Camp Kid Again is the perfect getaway for everyone! If you like to have fun and make friends, this is the place for you. Escape your daily routine, and come act like a kid again! This is a 21+ event, since alcohol is included. If you sign up, please make sure you will be...

Kid's Summer Camp #1 - Oakhurst, CA
Pack your bags and get ready to have s’more of Jesus this summer as we experience The Great Campout! We are excited to learn how Jesus will be greater in our lives (John 3:30) as we discover the awesome truth through the examples He set for us. Join in on the fun of a kids Campout with canoeing, hiking, crafts, archery, swimming, s’more making, star gazing and so much more! Don’t forget about singing around the campfire and praising Jesus in our Chapel worship times. The Great Campout is waiting for you! Grab a friend or two and get ready for a summer at Sugar Pine's Timber Mountain! Please contact us if you have any questions, we'd love to help! Phone: (559) 683-4938 Website: www.sugarpine.org Email: [email protected]

25% OFF Winter Camp - 3DCAD for Kid Engineers - Houston, TX
Location: Bunker Hill Building. Address: 9525 Katy Freeway, Suite 225, Houston, TX 77024 (near Memorial High School). Camp Agenda: 1. Learn technical hand-sketching with Autodesk Sketchbook. 2. Model in 3DCAD with PTC Creo Parametric 3. 3. Follow step-by-step color workbooks. 4. Analyze the Lego kits with digital calipers. 5. Set up the 3D models for 3D printing. 6. A certificate of completion will be awarded.

MDA Send A Kid To Camp - Bossier City, LA
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"He Knows" Spring Youth Retreat - Newville, PA
For Youth in 6th-12th grade In our lives we sometimes feel like we are all alone. We feel like we can do whatever we want because no one sees it. We feel like no one understands the painful situations we are faced with. We feel like no one understands us. There is One who sees our sin, understands our pain and understands us. His name is Jesus!!! HE KNOWS!!! If interested, please contact Pastor Steve for registration forms and for more information: [email protected]

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.Camp | Middle School Art Camp-session 1: GRADE 7 - Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
MIDDLE SCHOOL ART CAMP: Grade 7/Session 1 Students entering grades 6-8 will be immersed in a variety of studio art experiences in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, mixed media and metalsmithing. The camp faculty of professional artists and art educators develop fun & innovative lessons that are appropriate for all students. Parents are asked to provide lunch, snack and a beverage for their children. A reception and art exhibition is held on the last Friday of camp. Family & friends are invited to attend. 5322.54.02.16 Session 1: July 11 - July 22 Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm $495 Members, $535 Guests, $25 Materials Fee -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR ALL CAMP FORMS & GENERAL INFORMATION Go to: www.BBArtCenter.org [] Click: SUMMER ART CAMP Students should be registered for the school grade they will enter in the Fall 2016. All special requests should be submitted two weeks in advance. COURSE MEDIUM Multi-Medium INSTRUCTOR Department Faculty

READING ENRICHMENT: June - Dunavant Upper School
This non-credit review course is designed for rising seventh, eighth, and ninth graders. Successfully completing the course (and passing the summer reading quizzes and tests on any book studied in the class) will satisfy the summer reading requirement for students enrolling at MUS for the 2016-17 school year. These students will be exempt from the summer reading tests required of all other students in the fall, and the students will earn quarter points in the following way: B to A (85-100) = +3 C to B (75-85) = +2 C- to C (70-74) = -2 F to D (0-69) = -6 Students should purchase these three books before the class begins: "A Wizard of Earthsea", Le Guin (HMH Books for Young Readers: 978-0547773742) "The Golden Compass", Pullman (Yearling: 978-0440418320) "MAUS II", Spiegelman (Pantheon: 978-0679729778) 901-260-1300

Robotics Camps - Avery Street Annex
Students will learn how to program a robot to navigate through maze challenges, detect obstacles and even get the opportunity to duel other robot teams in a mini sump competition. By the end of the camp students will show off their learned robotics skills, experience STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) first hand and take their robot home to continue their exploration of its many capabilities. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Blue Room at Avery Street Annex

High Desert Museum - High Desert Museum
Our popular day camps return with exciting experiential themes. Campers can learn firsthand what its like to be an animal keeper and care for our rescued wild animals, discover frontier life skills, experiment with earth science and create art and photography inspired by High Desert nature and culture. Our childhood education experts have designed these week-long day camps to inspire ages 5 through 10 with unique, enriching hands-on experiences. Our campers have so much fun, they dont realize how much they are learning! Parents rave about the quality and value of our camps. Every day, children in each camp meet the Museums live animals, such as owls, porcupines and reptiles, and learn about them from our biologists and educational staff. Camps are designed for separate age groups (5-6, 7-8 and 9-10). We also offer before and after-camp care from 7:45 to 5:15. Hope to see you at camp! 541-382-4754 x255

Swimming Camps - Pioneers Camp - Oddstad School
Pioneers Campers experience the adventure and excitement of the outdoors, meet new friends, and express their growing independence under the supervision of qualified and caring recreation staff. Camp activities include games, sports, weekly field trips, crafts, environmental education, songs and skits. Some sessions include recreational swimming, a visit to the beach, or a BBQ picnic at Frontierland Park. Ages: 5-8 Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm *Daily Schedule 8:00 - 9:00am Sign-In/ Free Play 9:00 - 9:15am Introductions/ Rules 9:15 - 9:30am Story Time 9:30 - 10:00am Outdoor Game 10:00 - 10:30am Arts & Crafts 10:30 - 10:45am Snack Time 10:45 - 11:00am Camp Songs 11:00 - 11:30am Outdoor Game 11:30 - 12:00pm Share Out/Circle Time 12:00 - 12:45pm Lunch 12:45 - 1:30pm Free Play 1:30 - 1:45pm Story Time 1:45 - 2:00pm Camp Songs 2:00 - 2:30pm O utdoor Game 2:30 - 3:00pm Arts & Crafts 3:00 - 3:30pm Small Indoor Game / Outdoor Exploration 3:30 - 4:00pm Story...

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