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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Ocean Explorers (Week 2 PM) - Construction Clashes - NESS
Choose this team oriented engineering challenge to make a new planktonic dispersal design, fabricate a super sand structure, create new model buildings built on stilts, and use biomimicry to engineer your own new invention. Test your designs, utilize iPads to aid construction plans, and have fun with engaging engineering trials while working with friends. Includes: Microscopes, engineering, boat trips, and snorkel adventures 860-535-9362
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Camp Ondessonk
 
3.6 (1)
Distance
43.25 Miles
Address:
3760 Ondessonk Rd, Ozark, Illinois 62972
Adventure & exploration in S IL: live in a treehouse, cabin, or cave. Enjoy horseback riding, swimming, boating, hiking, archery, riflery, rock climbing &...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
Carew
Carew Hot
 
0.0 (0)
Distance
44.09 Miles
Address:
302 Hidden Bay Ln, Makanda, Illinois 62876
A Presbyterian Camp for Southeastern Illinois.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor...
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Cairo, IL Summer Camps

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KID GAMING CAMP w/ Joe Carroll - Huntington Beach, CA
This camp is great for kids who want to learn how to play famous games as seen on YouTube such as GAMING MOLT and Chief Pat. You take the 8:30 Flow or Barre class or 9:15 am FIT class in the next room.

Teen Summer Camp - Chesterton, IN


Riverside Youth Camping Trip 2016 - Fort Myers, FL
THE COST IS $35. There are only 80 spaces!! You are not signed up until you pay for it. Food! Fun! Friends!! Fishing!! Fire!!! Fresh Air and Fellowship!!! "It's the nature of the place." Riverside Retreat, formerly the South Florida United Methodist Camp, was renamed in 2006 for its location on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River. Our nearly 150 acres are dotted with open meadows and grassy corridors surrounded by a lush forest of pines, cypress, palms, live oaks and other native species. The varied habitat provides beauty and the opportunity for exploration and appreciation of creation, as noted in our motto.

Kids 2 Camp Benefit Run - Stanwood, WA
Love running? Love Warm Beach Camp? Join us for a fun run to benefit Kids 2 Camp. The scholarships help kids come to camp who otherwise would not be able to attend. You can choose to run, volunteer, or just donate! Kids 2 Camp Benefit Run is a family friendly run/walk with 10K, 5K, and 1 mile courses through the beautiful Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center grounds. The Benefit Run Schedule: 7:00am - packet pick-up 7:30am - late registration 8:00am - 10k race starts 8:15am - 5k race starts 9:30am - kids 1 mile race starts 11:00am - lunch available for purchase Questions? Contact the Event Coordinator: Megan Blue at [email protected]

Kids In The Middle 24-Hour Matching Gift Campaign - St. Louis, MO
This is a special opportunity to make a HUGE difference to Kids In The Middle. On August 23 starting at 12 p.m., all donations to KITM will be matched dollar for dollar for 24 hours. We have generous donors who are willing to match your donation DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. That means that for every single dollar you give, KITM will get $4! This is an amazing opportunity to make a real difference!

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World Cafe Cooking Spanish PK-5 (Friday) - Janney Elementary School
World Café is a great opportunity for our language students to increase their exposure to their target language in a fun Friday afternoon session. Children who arent studying languages at Janney but have some knowl- edge of Spanish, French, or Chinese are also welcome to participate. This session will emphasize cooking. The lessons have been chosen to make language learning fun. Our language teachers will be running the classes. This is a great way to wind down the week and practice language skills! 202-724-8950

"Tons-O-Fun" Extended Care, Grades 1-10, Week 1 - Recreation
A great option for parents who work, TONS-O-FUN Camp offers a fun and safe Extended Day program from 7:30-8:30AM and 3:30-5:00PM for an additional fee. Extended Day includes supervised and partially structured activities, including arts and crafts, games and sports.One fee gives participants access to both morning and afternoon extended care. Parents can flex use of the program daily based on their needs. Come early, stay late or do both. It?s up to you! Participants must be registered in advance by the week to participate. Please note that there will be a minimum number of campers required for each session to run extended camp hours. It is highly recommended that parents pack an extra snack and drink for children who participate in the Extended Day program. All arrival and dismissal policies apply to the Extended Care program. Parents must sign in and sign out participants with photo ID and must be listed on the pick-up authorization section of the registration form. PLEASE NOTE: You can only register your child for extended day if they are registered for camp. If your child is on a waiting list for camp please do not register them...

Kinderfari PM Session - KF4 "Bugs" - Henry Vilas Zoo
Kinderfari camps are 1/2 day, week-long adventures for our youngest zoo campers (K-1st grade)! Afternoon camps run Monday-Friday from 1:30-4pm, with free after care offered from 4-5pm. Limit 16 campers per session. "Bugs": What makes a bug a bug? How are they useful? What kinds can you find in your own backyard? Ponder these questions as we get up close and personal with bugs. 1-608-266-4732

Music & Movement: 18 months-4 yrs (9:45 am) - Office of Children, Youth & Learning
Children explore musical development and movement through activities that combine vocal play, sounds, rhythm, language and genuine silly fun while learning tonality. Parent educational tips and curriculum concepts will be shared with the participating adult. Note: Accompanied by parent/ guardian 401-475-0929 x1

Frozen Fantasyland - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Get out of the summer heat into the Frozen land of Arendelle where you will recreate your favorite Frozen characters. Use a variety of materials to create 2/D and 3/D works of art inspired by the Disneys hit movie. 302 239-2434 x120

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