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Camp Cedar Knoll
 
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64 Primrose Ln, Willingboro, New Jersey
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Lake Stockwell Day Camp YMCA
 
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1303 Stokes Rd, Medford, New Jersey
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Boating, Canoeing, Counselor...
Camp Dark Waters
 
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PO Box 263, Medford, New Jersey
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope...
YMCA Camps Ockanickon for Boys & Matollionequay for Girls
 
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1303 Stokes Rd, Medford, New Jersey
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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1195 Florence Columbus Rd, Bordentown, New Jersey
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Boating, Fishing, Music, Performing Arts,...
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RESET - A Retreat for Adults Who Work with Youth - Port Murray, NJ
RESET 2016 is for all adults who work with young people - especially those in congregational settings: Volunteer Youth Workers Clergy Youth Ministry Staff Parents Congregational Elected Leaders Synod & Diocese Leaders Seminary Students & Faculty Our leaders will be Terri Elton (Luther Seminary) & Lisa Kimball (Virginia Theological Seminary). The emphases of this retreat are: • Confirmation/Middle School Ministries as catalyst for vibrant Faith Formation throughout the entire congregation. • Strengthening collaboration and community among adults in the church who care about young people.

Lao Youth Summer Camp Potluck Picnic and Camp Registration - West Dund
Our camp registration is now open! Join us for a potluck picnic and register! When : Sunday, June 12, 2016 12:00pm-4:00pm Where: Randall Oaks Park 1180 West Randall Road West Dundee, IL 60118 It's a multicultural camp! Everyone is welcome to join our camp! It's not just for the Lao people. :) We will be learning about the many cultures from the people who live in our community. Campers (Kindergarten - 8 grades) and youth leaders/volunteers (high school and college students) are encouraged to apply now! Space is limited. In addition to developing leadership skills, our youth leaders/volunteers will enjoy many benefits as they will be able to participate in all the activities as the campers do. They will also be able to partake in the delicious lunch lovingly prepared everyday on site by our volunteers. LYSC Team Aloun Khotisene Bird Phelps Day Dary Kate Volarath Ket Herena Lone & Lisa Louangsomkham Maniphone (Lily) Khoxayo Phet Haverkos Sidachanh (Yai) Douangmala Thonglouane Keorajavongsay -------------------------------------------- Camp Date: July 18 – 22 and July 25 –...

Teen Extreme Camp - Bellefonte, PA
Ages 13-17 Only. *Must get transportation to and from Black Moshannon State Park (Group Tenting Area). Drop off: 4pm-5pm on 8/3 Pickup: 9am-10am on 8/5 Wednesday, August 3rd- Friday, August 5th Black Moshannon State Park (3 days/2 nights) Camping, Fishing, hiking, bog walks, campfires, leadership building activities, and more! Members: $55 Non-members: $75 *Fee includes: Food, drinks, and activity fees.

16th Annual Youth Activism Gathering - South China, ME
A three day youth led event for people to come together and educate one another on organizing, activism and social change. Workshops, music, great food and more in an affirming space for all. Here's the schedule so far for this year. We'll keep updating it as more workshops are confirmed! Day One: 11:00: Arrival 12:00: Snacks, Meet and Greet 1:00-2:20: Opening and Ice Breakers 2:30-4:00: Safer Sex with Quinn from Mid-Coast Queer Collective Maine Students for Climate Justice Workshop 4:10-5:40: LBTQ Women/Women Aligned People’s Space with Olivia from Pine Tree Youth Organizing and Maine Students for Climate Justice Health-care/self-care workshop Maine Students for Climate Justice Retreat Space 6:00-7:00: Dinner 7:30: Open Mic Day Two: 7:30-8:30: Breakfast 8:30-8:50: Opening and Icebreaker 9:00-10:30: Islamophobia with the Lewiston High School Civil Rights Team 10:40-12:10: Ray Luc: Can't Jail the Spirit: Political Prisoners, Mass Incarceration and the Question of Abolition ...

22nd Annual MYSL Ski Swap and Expo - Saint Paul, MN
The famous MYSL Ski Swap is moving to Base Camp at Fort Snelling and expanding to a Nordic Skiing Expo focusing on youth, juniors and families. Key note speaker, break-out sessions, wax demos, expo hall, climbing wall, and more.

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(5th-6th) More than Meets the Eye! (Saturday April 9, 2016) - Aurora
What is in an eye? Students will explore the visual systems of mammals through the dissection of a cow eye! Identifying various cow-eye structures, they will discover how the cow eye compares to a human eye! By testing their sense of sight, participants will begin to appreciate the little things – in our eye (right down to the little light-detecting cells) – which help us to see the world. *Note there is no meal with this event* (630)9075987

Frog Guts: Adventures in Biology - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
Adventures in Biology is a five day journey with discovery hands-on labs including frog anatomy and dissection, owl pellet exploration and earthworm anatomy and dissection. Participants will explore fascinating concepts in biology such as homeostasis (how organisms react with their environment to maintain life); photosynthesis (turning sunlight into energy); cellular respiration; and the properties of water, water quality and its importance to supporting and sustaining life. 814-898-6871

All-Skills Camp - Cooper Aerobics Center
Our most popular camp for individuals who want to improve their all-around game while also receiving skill training at their specific position. Players are grouped by age and ability with fundamental skills emphasized for beginners and more tactical and advanced strategies for elite-level players. 9188104066.0

Life in Caves: Bats, Bugs and Slime - Frog Hall
EVERY Saturday is Kids Play Night at Tree Frog Treks! Drop off & pick up anytime between our hours of 5:30-9:00 pm at our event pad, Frog Hall at 2114 Hayes Street, for enriching evening childcare! Then go out and have an adults-only night on the town while your kids: - Meet lizards, frogs, snakes & tortoises like Thorny the Bearded Dragon & Stickum the Frog - Do fun, creative, hands-on science & art projects from clay critters to puppets - Munch on pizza and healthy snacks - Develop literacy skills by reading a book and then enjoying a fun movie. Each week we have a different theme to guide the nights projects and experiments. Its better than a babysitter! 415-876-3764

Summer Camp Week 10 Ages 4-7 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Magical Adventures Does your child love magic? Have they ever wanted to fly on a broom or summon giant snowstorms all while singing their favorite song at the top of their lungs? Join Dream Big in a fun and exciting session filled with music AND magic. In this camp your child will create their own on-stage magic. With their improv skills, imagination and fun, they will build a world of their own to share with their friends and family at the end of the week. Children spending the full day with us should bring a sack lunch for our lunch break at the park Musical Theater: Featuring Songs from Wizard of Oz Were off to see the Wizard...and on our way to an incredible week! Join Dorothy, Toto, the Tin Man, Scarecrow, and Cowardly Lion on their adventure to Oz. Well sing and dance to our favorite songs, act out all the characters and perform our own mini-version of the timeless classic, The Wizard of Oz, at the end of the week. Follow the yellow brick road straight to Dream Big and a whole lot of fun! 773-944-9146

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