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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Film Makers Challenge Workshop - S1 - Plymouth Community Arts Council
For students with previous film making experience. Take your film making to the next level with a series of fun challenges that will stretch your imagination. On site props and indoor/outdoor settings offer students a chance to show their stuff and work together in pairs, in teams, and as individuals to come up with creative solutions to the days challenge. PCAC Film Crew Instructor Jenn Teed and production assistants will start off each day with a technique demo and then guide film makers as they come up with unique digital films. Students should bring their own film recording device with memory card or cord to transfer film to instructors ipad. Contact if you will need equipment to use during workshop. Film showcase for friends and family on Friday. 734-416-4278

Latest Review for Camp Sequoia

Camp to Improve Social Skills
I sent my son to Camp Sequoia this past summer because I had heard that it was an excellent camp for boys that struggle with ADHD. I also wanted to be close to the camp, and because we live in Philly, it was just an hour away. Ever since we picked him up, we have seen lots of improvement in his thinking skills, his social skills and his overall behavior. They really worked with the kids to teach them a framework that they would be... Read More...


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Winter Break Teen Camp - Louisville, KY
Does your teen have a passion for baking or cooking? Send your teen to a camp where they will learn basic table etiquette, how to prep and cook 5 basic dinners; paired with intense daily instruction on how to create a tiered cake from the ground up. --Monday, December 26 – Friday, December 30, 4:00PM - 9:00PM each day --All dinner, snacks and supplies included --$225 per child --Payment in full will confirm your spot for the Winter Break Teen Camp (502) 742-9539

Teen Winter Camp at CoBeAc - Lima, OH
Come up North with us and enjoy winter fun & warm preaching!

Soft Launch of Spring Forward - A Campaign Supporting BDCP Youth - Bal
Please RSVP on Eventbrite Come out to our spring campaign soft launch. Hear from students, families, dancers, and staff about new initiatives that will connect, engage, and empower youth and the wider Baltimore community. The Baltimore Dance Crews Project is excited to launch Spring Forward - a campaign to support BDCP youth. Our goal is to raise $20,000 between March 18th and May 14th for BDCP programs. Our soft lanuch is an opportunity to learn about BDCP and how to become a supporter. Guests will be introduced to volunteer opportunities and have the opportunity to connect with BDCP members. 6:30 PM - Connect: Welcoming Remarks and Light Refreshments 6:45 PM - Engage: Main Program 7:15 PM - Empower: Volunteer Opportunities SAVE THE DATE Friday, March 18 - Spring Forward Kickoff Party

Take A Kid Fishing - Bruceville, IN
Free fishing for children of all ages.

Teen Pottery Camp - Danville, KY
Get your hands dirty and play in the mud on the potter’s wheel. This week teens will learn the basics of hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery, and bring home miniature clay sculptures, bowls, and anything else they can carve out of clay! For teens entering 5th through 12th grades. $100. Need-based scholarships are available. Contact Maggie Shapiro Haskett at [email protected] or 859.236.4054 to apply for a scholarship.

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D1 - wk 8 - Art - Camp All-American
Campers will be exposed to and given opportunities to work with mixed media throughout the week and bring their masterpieces home! 678.405.2266

Plastic Aquarium Camp - Creative York
In this sculpture camp look at sea-life as subject matter and work together to discover the many things in common that art, plastic, and the environment share. Learn the simple skills and techniques for working with colorful recycled plastic to create underwater animals. Supplies included. 7178483200.0

Stone Soup Day Camp M, T, Th - 2520 Dale Street North
Explore the world of erupting volcanoes, sparkling rocks and minerals, traveling sediments, gigantic earth movements and crazy prehistoric animal fossils. Mornings will feature fun nature education and the afternoons are full of nature related recreation. End the week preparing a classic "stone soup" with ingredients you choose, plus our extra special soup stone! Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. Bring your own lunch as well as jeckets, rain gear, boots, indoor shoes and a water bottle. LOCATION HANC-Full Building at 2520 Dale Street North

Tumbling - ES/FCPS - Fairview
Tumbling will introduce students to the beginnings and basics of all gymnastic skills, including an introduction to form in more advanced tumbling as well as work on flexibility. Students will learn forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, round offs, handstands, bridge kick overs and front walk overs. 703-503-0783

Junior Staff (girls entering grades 11-12 or recent high school grad in Fall 2016 who have been an AIDE) - Huddart Park
JUNIOR STAFF (JULs and JALs) Girls entering 11th grade or older, but under 18 by the first day of camp. Please note that girls should register as Adult Staff member if 18 or older as of July 18, 2016. If you will not turn 18 until AFTER July 18, 2016, please register as Junior Staff. No camper fee is required for Junior Staff, but there is a fee of $30 for any Junior Staff member who is not currently a registered Girl Scout. - Must be entering grade 11 or higher - Has completed AIT training or equivalent* - Has been an AIDE for 2 years, plus 1 year as an LIT, or an AIDE for 3 years * If equivalent, would need to submit an application verifying training & experience working with children and accompanied by three references. JUNIOR UNIT LEADER (JUL) Under adult direction, is responsible for tasks such as programming, menu planning, camper supervision and instruction within an assigned unit LEADER IN TRAINING (LIT) Girls entering 11th-12th grade may apply to be a Leader in Training (LIT) and work in a unit with two adult leaders if they have completed AIT training and have been an Aide... 650-308-8438

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