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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Robotics Camps - Avery Street Annex
Students will learn how to program a robot to navigate through maze challenges, detect obstacles and even get the opportunity to duel other robot teams in a mini sump competition. By the end of the camp students will show off their learned robotics skills, experience STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) first hand and take their robot home to continue their exploration of its many capabilities. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Blue Room at Avery Street Annex
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Camp Hope
 
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51.16 Miles
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1315 SW Arrowhead Rd, Topeka, Kansas 66604
To provide a normal, active and safe camp experience where children can celebrate life while living with, through, and beyond the diagnosis of cancer....
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Field Trips, Fishing, Golf,...
Camp Live-A-Dream
 
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51.16 Miles
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1315 SW Arrowhead Rd, Topeka, Kansas 66604
Camp is free to any child who has ever had cancer.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Centralia, KS Summer Camps

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Teen Can Draw Camps - Auburn, AL
~ TEENS CAN DRAW ~ • Type of class: drawing • Description: Challenge your teen during the summer with this series of realistic graphite drawing courses. Students need to take the basic and intermediate drawing classes before taking other courses in this series (depending on their skill level). All courses in this section are: Skill Level, Intermediate/Advanced:Prior drawing experience preferred. All supplies are included. Small group instruction. Attend four TCD classes and save $25 on your last TCD course! • Ages: 11 - 18 years old 1) Basic Drawing - Dates/Time: 6/20 – 6/24 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 2) Intermediate Drawing - Dates/Time: 6/27 – 7/1 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 3) Realistic Animals - Dates/Time: 7/11 – 7/15 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 4) Realistic People - Dates/Time: 7/18 – 7/22 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55 5) Realistic Animals/People II - Dates/Time: 7/25 – 7/29 (MTWRF) from 4:30 – 6 p.m., Price: $55

YOUTH SUMMER CAMP: BAKING BASICS (AGES 5-9) - Pensacola, FL
June 13 - 17 Ages 5 - 9 9:00 am to Noon Monday through Friday Campers discover the many facets of beginning baking; simple chemistry concepts are introduced each day by creating delicious savory and sweet baked goods. Recipes will include cakes/cupcakes, basic frosting, breads and pies. Register at http://www.cookingschoolsofamerica.com/pensacolacooks/index.php?page=series#561

Teen Winter Camp - Angelus Oaks, CA
Teen Winter Camp is fast approaching! The early bird discount ends January 15th, so register ASAP at www.DiabetesCamping.org. Teen Winter Camp features team-building challenges, discussions regarding diabetes and life as a teenager, snow sledding, snacks, good company, snow fights, games, and a variety of opportunities for personal growth. Siblings and friends WITHOUT diabetes may also attend.

Campus Life Gives Back: Cadyn's Hope - Mason City, IA
Inflatables, extreme slip'n'slide kickball, music, and pizza. ! Campus Life is excited to kick the year off by giving back!! We're hosting a one of a kind, crazy, never done before benefit for Cadyn Hanson (high school students only). Cadyn is going to be a Sophomore at MCHS. When Cadyn was three he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Unfortunately the cancer has returned. While most of us are taking tests, Cadyn will be fighting for his life- lets show him that he's not fighting alone. Come, bring your love and cash if you have it and help us make it rain for Cadyn. We'll be raffeling off a limo ride, a Reel Skateboard from Subsect Skateshop, a gift card to Cinema West, and more!! You can also pay for your friend to play the grossest club games around! And you won't want to miss the epic rap battle!! Its going to be an unforgettable night! Be sure to stick around for the free pizza and bonfire!!

Kid Camp Monday the 25th - Killeen, TX
My Tutor and More OPEN FULL DAY FOR KISD EMPLOYEES at The Park @ MTM Teacher Work Day Monday, 1/25/16 My Tutor and More will offer full day child care services to KISD Employees at our new location, The Park @ MTM ~ KILLEEN'S NEW INDOOR PLAYGROUND AND FAMILY FUN CENTER, 4006 E. Stan Schlueter Loop! Teacher Work Day ~ Full day services available, 7am-6pm, $30/student, pizza lunch provided or children may bring their own lunch, snacks provided, NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES or toys, however, children may bring books. Children will be engaged in fun activities, crafts, games, bouncy houses, indoor basketball, movie time, gaming systems, pool tables and more! Be sure to wear or bring SOCKS! Teachers/employees MUST visit The Park @ MTM prior to the date to complete necessary documents (repeat customers do not need new paperwork) and make payment. We are open daily to accept new registrations during any of our hours of operation. The cost of this package is just $30/student. Register now by calling or stopping by during any of our hours of operation. Slots are limited to the first 40 students!

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Voices Together - Voices Together
Since 2007, Voices Together has been helping people succeed. Our unique music therapy model focuses on improving communication, building relationships, and developing social and emotional skills. Our goal is to provide individuals with developmental disabilities an innovative program that would increase critical communication and social/emotional skills that support independence and self-advocacy. The unique model is set in a natural and spontaneous social environment, so success comes easy. 919-942-2714

STILL LIFE PAINTING (2 Hours) SAT - Loudoun Arts Center
Students will learn different aspects of line, shadow, volume, and composition by working from drawings of the Masters - still life and plein air. Create beautiful still lifes and plein air landscape paintings from photos, models, and nature. Students will discover how to create strong compositions, design, and light effects while developing their personal style. 703-444-5888

HS Libero Camp - Chaifetz Arena Pavilion
For high school players only. This 1-day camp will focus on the elements of the game that are critical to the libero/defensive specialist. These include serve receive, digging, pursuit, and serving as well as defensive systems and positioning. This camp is also appropriate for front row players who wish to play all 6 rotations. Includes camp t-shirt. 314-394-1110

Sellwood Cruisers Grades 4-5 (4 Day Camp M-Th) - Sellwood Cycle Repair
Nothing compares to the joy of cruising through Portland on a bike in the summer. Cruisers get a whole week of expanding their city view by exploring their neighborhood and beyond. Each day campers decide which destinations and parks to explore as a group, developing a sense of teamwork and mutual support along the way. Trips focus on riding safely, crossing intersections, reading maps, and troubleshooting common mechanical problems. Cruisers experience the empowerment of discovering new places through their very own person-powered transportation. As riders challenge themselves each day, many are surprised by how far they can go on two wheels. Skills they will develop: • Controlling speed around other riders • Taking left turns into bike lanes • Riding on various surfaces • Shifting gears for efficiency • Map reading and route planning • Wheel removal and flat repair 503-288-8864 x321

Java Programming Part II - The Digital Arts Experience
This course assumes basic knowledge of Java and applies it to the Processing environment. This allows students to use Java to express themselves in a more creative format with easy-to-use graphical capabilities. Students can choose to either make artistic projects with a narrative or an interactive game. This class will help grow the students understanding of Java, as well as how to incorporate new libraries and methods. It will challenge the students to be inventive with not only how to solve problems, but also with the creative direction of their projects. Class dates are: 04/09, 04/16, 04/30, 05/07, 05/14, 05/21, 06/04, 06/11 with a makeup date on 06/18. 9146448100.0

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