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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: NSC - Week 6 - AKA ARCHERY Week - Blaine - National Sports Center
***Note: this is the NSCs USA CUP Week - expect uncommonly busy parking and traffic this week*** Welcome to back to AKA Archery Week. Thanks to John "Jack" Wachlarowicz (SCV-MDHA Board of Directors & MN DNR Hunter Education Instructor) and his professional instructors and the MN DNR, this is a weeks opportunity of a lifetime for any kid!!! Not only do kids get tremendous instruction with Archery but we try to instill a greater sense of the outdoors and taking advantage of our nations parks! Featured Fieldtrip: Science Museum, St. Paul - featuring the National Parks Omni Movie attraction, Thursday, July 21. FYI - The actual day camp runs from 9am-4pm though kids are welcome to get dropped off as early as 7am and picked up as late as 6pm. There is so much activity between these hours! Contact us at with questions or by calling our office at 651.447.2454. Thank you! 651-447-2454
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Starwoods Outdoor Center
 
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Distance
38.01 Miles
Address:
360 Lexington Rd, Wichita, Kansas 67218
GS of Kansas Heartland and serves girls from 80 counties across Kansas. Starwood Outdoor Center offers a wide variety of activities. Starwoods provides primitive...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Aviation, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor...
Camp Discovery
 
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Distance
41.39 Miles
Address:
608 W Douglas Ave Ste 100, Wichita, Kansas 67203
Camp teaches Diabetes care while providing recreational fun. Qualified Medical staff are present.
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies,...
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Burden, KS Summer Camps

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Journey To Bethlehem - Attica, MI
Free to community: Take a hay wagon ride under the stars thru the life of Christ and visit 11 stations telling His story. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies in the lodge. We need volunteers in all areas, outside and inside. Contact Susan Lynch Bishop 8106648040

Kid's Clay Camp - Port Orange, FL
Do something fun when your free day from school. We will be hand building this Santa from clay. $30/child, reservations required. Call us at (386) 947-7661. Pizza and beverages included.

Fall Youth Retreat - McLeod, MT
Come join us for our Fall Youth Retreat. ! Come enjoy the beauty of Camp Mimanagish in the fall and spend a weekend with new and old friends as we learn how to tell our stories and weave them together in this sacred space. All Youth 6-12 grade are invited. The cost is $75/person, you can register with a credit card at www.campmimanagish.org or by phone with Kimmie at 406-855-4317. If you would like to carpool please let Kimmie know. Registration deadline is Monday, October 12. Experiencing and Expressing Your Faith in a Unique Way Basket weaving is one of the oldest crafts known – but it is so much more than a cool craft! It is a wonderful way to connect the ordinary with the sacred as you notice the parallels with weaving and our life's journey. The act of weaving creates a space to share our stories and realize that we are connected - woven together in lots of different ways. This retreat, with workshop leader, Kaila Russell, is an opportunity to learn more about yourself and experience God in a profound way. You will also have a beautiful basket, woven by you, to remind you...

Teen community art camp week 1 - Austin, TX
13-18 year olds will install a mosaic at Ohenry middle school . Participants will cut glaze, mosaic , and make tiled from 9-12. Great way to leave your mark in the city while building your skills and resume

Exploring the Arts Teen Art Camp - Binghamton, NY
Exploring the Arts Teen Art Camp at Stiletto's Fine Arts Studio . Every day from 9am-1pm. Fee is $150 per child ages 11-16….a $50.00 deposit must be paid in advance to reserve your spot. You must register online at through the online booking center or call 607-239-2676. Balance is due on the first day of camp. Teen will learn to use different mediums from watercolor, acrylic, pastels. Techniques more advanced for older kids. Don’t wait to register because space is limited. EVERYONE MUST REGISTER ONLINE AT LINK BELOW OR CALL! That way there will be enough supplies for everybody attending the class. http://bookeo.com/paintyourheartout?type=41552M6NKJL1565D8C1413

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FCA Power Camp 2016 - Arizona Community Church
Five fun-filled days of fitness, team building activities, sports & Bible study! * Monday–Friday, 8am-11am * $50 per camper, includes camp shirt * 3 rd - 6 th graders may attend (fall 2016) 32 kids max. * Our camp encourages team work and relational growth within the team. This is dependant on perfect attendance. We ask that you make every effort to have your camper attend every day. The rest of their team needs their help! * Held in the gym at Arizona Community Church [] in Tempe, northeast corner of Rural & Knox (just north of Ray Road), next to Corona del Sol High School. * Our camp fills up early every year. Click here fo a mail in registration form. [] * When online registration is closed, please email to check for availability of camper spots. EVENT DETAILS AND SCHEDULE Daily Activities include: Running Core strengthening Sport skills- We have a Sport of the Day and work on drills, have team skill competitions and scrimmages for the Sport of the Day- baseball, football, basketball, soccer and volleyball. Character development Bible study Team building activities

Elda Science Discoveries After School Program - Elda Elementary School
Explore a variety of science topics each day with iSPACE! Students will turn into young scientists and engineers during five weeks of hands-on activities that will spark their imaginations! Participants will: * have a ooey-gooey good time playing with peculiar polymers, * discover the FUN in substances that FIZZ, * explore simple machines while building a LEGO Merry-Go-Round, * make and launch their own paper rockets with custom launchers, and * investigate how the Sun sheds light on the world of color. 513-612-5786

Camp Splash I - Off the Beaten Path Bookstore
This camp is all about getting wet! Learn about the issues surrounding water locally and around the world. Well read a variety of books about water adventures and even have a river rafting adventure of our own! Campers will explore the waterways in our Yampa River Valley and try their hands at catching aquatic insects and fish. This camp includes an overnight rafting trip with Camp Splash II students. Students will attend camp in Steamboat M-W 8:30-5PM. Leave Steamboat early Thursday morning and return Friday at 1pm. 855-426-6587

Urban Trail Bike Camp - Kids on Bikes Community Center
This fun and safety focused urban trail riding camp offers kids the opportunity to explore local trails that connect our city. Base camp will start at the Kids on Bikes community bike center, which allows connection by trail onto Shooks Run, Greenway Trail, and Midland Trail. Each day, participants will ride to a new location by utilizing bike trails and some neighborhood streets. The goal is to ride to a new destination each day such as to the library, Garden of the Gods Visitor Center, Velodrome, Popcycle Bridge, Pulpit Rock and more. The focus of this camp is on cycling safety, trail etiquette, bicycle commuting as transportation and basic bike maintenance skills like changing flats and solving gear problems. Please bring a sack lunch, a backpack, water bottle and a jacket. To prepare for camp, please make sure your child is comfortable on dirt with two wheels before registering for this program and would be comfortable riding 8-10 miles (sounds like a lot but we take a lot of breaks!). 7193553573.0

Heron Afternoon Adventures: Survivor - Brookwood School
This week-long camp will be filled with physical and mental challenges like relay races and problem solving trivia. Arts and crafts activities will also help stimulate the mind using elements of nature from our very own setting at Brookwood. There will be plenty of team-building exercises, including research on helpful and harmful plants and wildlife found in nature. Through the planned activities, campers will build self-esteem and work cooperatively as they gain confidence in exploring the world of nature and the resources around them. 978 525 6244

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