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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Sellwood Confident Coasters Grades 2-3 - Sellwood Cycle Repair
For riders who have already completed the Coasters Camp or frequently ride on their own, this camp will give them an opportunity to expand their riding radius and try out various riding styles. Confident Coasters experience the benefits of cycling by stretching to new destinations while still having an opportunity for fun and games! Skills they will develop: • Proper execution of emergency and anticipated stops • Avoiding hazards • Shoulder check or scanning • Controlling speed while riding down a hill • Communicating with other riders • Understanding when to signal and communicate with other road users • Tube patching 503-288-8864 x321
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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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Teen Yoga Christmas Camp - Grand Rapids, MI
Teens and Tweens come take a day for yourself, set goals, and learn important yoga strategies to to make 2017 your best year yet. Happening at Renew Mama on December 29th from 1-3pm. Take a full yoga class specially designed for tweens and teens, learn about goal setting, journal about personal goals for the New Year, play games and create a craft to take home. Ages 9-13 welcome.

Winter Retreat 2016 - Senecaville, OH
Speaker- Tim Binns Worship Band - Heartsong

Mungion Party at Summer Camp - Sparland, IL
MUNG FORCE! We are playing Summer Camp this year and need YOU there with us. We are calling all troops to come out and shake your booties! We have lots of special hijinx going down and can't wait to show Summer Camp what we do! We need all of you beatuful people there with us so come out and rage. Please invite your posse to our set so we can make this one to remember! Lets get weird. (Not sure what day/time yet but we'll post it as soon as we find out)

Thanksgiving No School COC Kid's Camp Starts 11/23 & 11/25 - Victor, N
C.O.C.’S ART DAYS C.O.C. Offers Camps On 1/2 Days, No School Days & School Breaks for Grades K-12 When school is out, art is in at C.O.C.! Each ‘No School Day’ Camp features different art adventures. Will it be Animating, Collages, Painting, Illustrating, Jewelry Designing, Clay Art & more. You can choose which 3 classes you would love to experience. You & your child can pick which art activities they want to do each day. We have an array of fun, innovative & artistic options. Each child will be able to pick up to three different activities a day. Our goal with the C.O.C. Art Days is to create artistic roots for the children. Art is a very fun, relaxing & engaging activity. C.O.C. bases their art days off of the Victor, NY Public School Calendar. We are adding more Art Days for families attending schools in different districts. All camp days begin at 9 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. We do have early arrival & late pick up available for parents. *Kids are asked to bring a bagged lunch. -Snacks are provided. Camps fill up quickly, so register early to reserve your spot!

FlyKids Holiday Yoga Day Camp - Keller, TX
We realize this is a busy time of year. Let us take your kids for an afternoon so you can do your shopping, wrapping or anything that needs to get done without little eyes snooping or peeking in on you. This is what we have planned: ~ Kids Ecstatic Facilitated Dance Party ~ Yoga Pose Practice ~ Crafts ~ Yoga GAMES! :D Children must bring: ~ Sacked lunch ~ A picture of themself for the craft Ages: 5-12 Cost: ~ $99 for the day ~ Additional siblings = $79 ~ We have an additional day camp scheduled for 12/20th. Save $50 when you register for BOTH days! https://www.facebook.com/events/370193946658681/ Your Lead Yoginis: ~ Judy Wimmer ~ Aubrey Warren ~ Shanti Webb We can't wait to elevate the joy and get grounded with your children. It's the most wonderful time of the year!!!

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Outdoors Camps - Wildlife Camp - Pearson Arastradero Preserve
We?re getting wild at Arastradero Park this summer with a camp that?s full of adventure and fun in the great outdoors. Well be hiking daily, tracking animals, investigating botanicals, and reliving life styles of the past. Post Camp is available (see our Post Camp section). Sorry, no Pre-Camp is available for this camp. Activities are the same each week during the summer. Camp projects change from year to year, but we do repeat many favorite projects. Use the grade your child JUST COMPLETED in the spring as his/her grade for camp registration. GRADE LEVEL REQUIREMENTS STRICTLY ENFORCED. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Must be exiting kindergarten through 2nd grade. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Science GRADES Kindergarten - 2nd LOCATION ARA - Arastradero Gateway INSTRUCTOR JMZ Staff

Week 4 Monte Vista Horsemanship Camp - Monte Vista Christian School
Monte Vista Horsemanship Camp provides an amazing opportunity for boys and girls to spend a week riding horses, making friends, and experiencing beautiful natural surroundings at the campus of Monte Vista Christian School. Located in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains on the Monterey Bay, we offer structured riding lessons in the morning and afternoon for beginners through advanced riders looking to prepare for competition. Trail rides, mounted games and grooming lessons round out the campers Equestrian education for the week, and they will demonstrate their new skills for friends and family members at our Camp Horse Show on Saturday. Every afternoon, the campers have an opportunity to swim at the school pool and enjoy the hot tub before showering and then its off to dinner! Overnight campers stay in our comfortable cabins and will play games and eat smores around the nightly campfires. Our meals are provided by Epicurean Cafe and the food is fabulous! We offer full week residential camp, day camp from 8:30-4:30, and half day camp sessions from 8:30-12:00. Sign up by May 1 to receive the early bird discount! (831) 2069707

Challenger I Tennis Camp Ses. III - Ensworth High School
Boys & Girls, max. 12 This camp is designed for players age 14 and under who are match ready. These classes will focus on improving players game, specifically focusing on skills such as footwork, strategy, spins, feel and match play. Players will be divided up by skill level and previous experience. Athletes may come to more than one session. Challenger I: JV, no tournament experience, recreational player Director: Greg Chambers *Note: this camp takes place at Ensworth High School For more information, please contact Greg Chambers at 615-383-0661

Math Made Fun - St. Johns Episcopal School
Have fun getting ready for your next school year! Review basic concepts with fun games, contests and practice. Learn new concepts that will help you have a strong foundation next year. Computer games and practice with IXL will be included in daily camp activities. 213.328.9131 x224

Camp TechTerra™ - Building C
The TechTerraTM curriculum takes two seemingly opposing elements — technology and nature — and brings them together to help children better understand the world around them and the gadgets in their hands, through coding, storytelling and use of digital devices. The camp was developed by Susan Wells, a national leader in STEM, mobile-integrated education and veteran public educator. The curriculum is inspired and informed by STEM, Nature, Maker Ed and Project Based Learning. Camp TechTerra focus activies include-- • Construction and Engineering • Making and Fabrication • Science Exploration • Mess & Guess, Inquiry-based learning • Computer Science including-- Coding, Robotics, Tech Deconstruction and Microprocessors • 3D Printing and Modeling • Art and Design • Movie-making Share and Presentation Offered in partnership with TechTerraTM 9194932642.0

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