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Summer Camps in Caneyville, KY

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Discovery Camp SIX (Girls) - Keystone Science School Campus
Wacky Water Celebration: The Aquatic Life Curriculum Features: Water quality (youngers), water management (olders) Adventure Options: (Please choose one under session options on the next page) Whitewater Rafting or Stand-up Paddleboarding/Paddleboats (activity is based on camper weight and age, max. capacity of 24) 970-455-4228
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Owensboro Parks & Recreation
 
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Distance
40.62 Miles
Address:
1530 McJohnson Ave, Owensboro, Kentucky 42303
Activities: Field Trips, Recreational Swimming
YMCA Camp Piomingo
 
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Distance
43.25 Miles
Address:
1950 Otter Creek Park Rd, Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Golf, Horseback...
The Center for Courageous Kids
 
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Distance
47.13 Miles
Address:
1501 Burnley Rd, Scottsville, Kentucky 42164
Activities: Youth Programs
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Caneyville, KY Summer Camps

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Woodleaf Summer Camp June4-10, 2016 - Challenge, CA
The best week of your life! We are going to Woodleaf from June 4th to June 10th. The cost is $350. It'll be an amazing week of Young Life Camp. If you don't believe us...just look at the pictures from past years. Sign up as soon as possible to reserve your spot.

Teen Weekend March 2016 - Pomfret Center, CT
For Teens 13-17 $50 each

Angel Painting Kid's Art Camp for Grades 7th to Adult - North Wilkesbo
It's time for Christmas Art Camp! What a wonderful way to spend time with friends and family! This class is $25.00 or you can sign up for all 5 Classes for $100.00. Be sure to call our front desk to reserve your spot!

Fall Camporee (Chattahoochee) - Gainesville, GA
Nov 13-15. "The Leave No Trace-oree" Register by Troop: $10 if registered on/before 10/29; $15 if registered after. Check-in 5:30-9:30pm. Check-out: by 10am Sunday. BRING: 3 (12 oz) aluminum cans; 1 (28 oz) vegetable or coffee steel can. They will make alcohol stove and housing. POCs: Robert Bruner, 770-532-7207, [email protected] or Phil Nichols, 404-316-2534, [email protected]

Kid's Summer Yoga Camp - Canby, OR
Balance and Harmony is happy to announce our first summer yoga camp for children ages 3-5. This camp will introduce your child to basic yoga poses and breathing exercises through story, songs and games. Each class will also include a creative activity that reinforces our yoga practice. Children will bring a packed snack and we will enjoy time outside at Wait Park. Taught by Sherry Wolfson. Sherry holds a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and a 200 hour Yoga Teaching Certificate. She began teaching preschool and special education over 30 years ago and has taught yoga to preschoolers at Childswork Learning Center in Portalnd for the past 3 years. Classes will be held for 5 weeks (July 1st - 29th) on Wednesdays from 1:00-4:00. Fee-$150 for all 5 days. Preregistration is required by June 24th Contact-Sherry –[email protected] Or [email protected] To Register, print out the New Student Registration forms (2 pages) on the Schedule page of our website (www.balancenharmony.com). Send it with your check to Balance & Harmony 181 N Grant St, Suite 103, Canby, OR 97013

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Advanced Video Production Camp - KMVT Community Television
Advanced Video production provides a unique opportunity for students to develop their multimedia production skills. Students spend time screenwriting, story boarding, producing, lighting, and editing. By the end of the week, students create an entire production which is broadcasted on cable Channel 15. Students must have taken Intro to Video Production first before registering for this camp. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bring a lunch and a drink each day. AGE CATEGORY Youth (5-14) LOCATION KMVT Community Television at KMVT Community Television INSTRUCTOR KMVT Community Television Staff

2016 Basic Sports Medicine Camp - Athletic Training Center
By popular demand, Stanford University Sports Medicine will be opening its doors again to expose its unique methods of medical care for the nations most elite athletes. The programs expert level clinicians will provide hands-on instruction of topics from the very basics of sports medicine care to the integration of cutting edge approaches to injury prevention, rehabilitation, and athletic performance. The program includes: Anatomy and Musculoskeletal Injury Emergency Preparedness Injury and Illness Prevention Movement and Performance Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, see firsthand how advanced technologies positively impact injury recovery and training. Recommended for high school students interested in sports medicine or a career in athletic training. Specifically for those with no experience in Sports Medicine and students who have not taken a sports medicine class. Camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number and grade level). 650-498-6451

Introduction to Knitting - Hopkins Campus
Join Blake prekindergarten teacher Lisa Small for an introduction to knitting! Learn how to knit or take your knitting skills to the next level in this hands-on camp. Ms. Small will be offering four introductory needlecraft camps at Spring Break at Blake. Register for just one or all four! 952-988-3463

Creative Writing: Imagination Station - Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
As kids grow and mature, they sometimes begin to lessen the value of imagination within the context of their writing. This workshop will teach your children appropriate methods by which they can explore creative writing in academic and non-academic settings. Most importantly, it will remind them to value and nurture their imaginations. Activities will include journaling, community creativity circles, character creation, short story drafting, and more. Mr. Chuck Wagner earned his MA in English from the University of Kansas and his MFA from Indiana University. He has taught Creative Writing for 19 years at BJPS and has formerly taught Creative Writing at Indiana University and Franklin College. Email Mr. Wagner directly at with questions. 3175247050.0

Junior Pickleball Camp - Rusch Park Community Center
The purpose of this clinic is to introduce one of the fastest growing paddle sports in the U.S. This is a great opportunity to practice hand-eye coordination and to learn the proper technique of forehand, backhand, volleys and serves. Drills and practice games will be part of each clinic.

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