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Summer Camps in Cherokee, KS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: SAT/ACT Math Academy Camps - WWP High School North
ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Camps LOCATION WW-P High School North at WWP High School North INSTRUCTOR Bob Boyce Ardie Allen Eric Becker ACTIVITY List: SAT/ACT Math Academy Camps- AM or PM The participant will have to select between 0 and 1 out of the 2 following Activities to register for. Name Type Number Age Date Location SAT/ACT Math Academy Camp (Grades 8-12) @10am Activity 3241.759 At least 13 but less than 19 June 20 - June 24, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. WWP High School North SAT/ACT Math Academy Camp (Grades 8-12) @1pm Activity 3241.760 At least 13 but less than 19 June 20-24, 1 - 3 p.m. WWP High School North

Latest Review for Camp Chippewa

Technology Free Camp for Boys
In this age of technology, I wanted my son to experience a camp with lots of things to do besides be on the internet. This camp does just that. They focus on sports and fun activities, while developing confidence and physical and emotional growth among these young boys. They establish friendships that will last a long time. They get to know people from all over the world. The counselors are wonderful and love spending time bonding with the kids. My son can’t wait to go... Read More...


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Teen Celtic Camp - Boulder Creek, CA
Ages 13-18, $640 early bird registration. Spend all day playing music in the redwoods, and have a great time singing, dancing, watching Song of the Sea in the meadow, sessioning and improv-ing every night! Before dinner in the late afternoon the pool is open as well as the volleyball court, ping pong table, basket ball and tether ball. Program includes all meals and boarding. Bring bedding, clothes (including swimsuit and jacket), towel, toiletries, bug repellant, sunscreen, your instrument, and music stand. Costumes may be useful, as well as other fun things for the pool and ceilidh as long as they are safe and legal. Theme: Celtic Luau? For players of fiddle, flute, pennywhistle, recorder, oboe, bassoon, harp, guitar, mandolin, banjo, dulcimer, accordion, percussion and cello. Other activities include crafts, campfire, and bamboo flute making.

KID AND YOUTH CAMP FUNDRAISER - Greeneville, TN
DONATIONS NEEDED FOR YOUTH CAMP FUNDRAISER . . Yard sale, car wash and bake sale to help our kids and youth go to camp this year. Please check your attic, basement and anywhere you hoard things that you no longer need or use and donate to help them make the trip. You will be blessed

Summer Camp Debriefing - Tualatin, OR
All counselors, staff and work crew are invited to come share your camp experiences, observations, suggestions, ideas, and stories as we debrief Summer Camp 2015. Join us at 6pm in the Library at the Tualatin campus. Help us make next year's camp even better.

Kid's Yoga Camp - Temple, TX
May 26 - June 30 Kid's Yoga Camp Tuesdays - Ages 2-6 - Cosmic Kids Yoga with LaChelle Thursdays - Ages 5+ - Crafts, Mindfullness, and Yoga with Diana

Halloween Kid's Art Camp - North Wilkesboro, NC
It's time for another Kid's Art Camp! Grades 3rd through 12th are welcome to attend. This class is limited to 10 kids. The cost for this class is $25.00. Please do call us at 336-990-0711 ahead to reserve your spot for this class.

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2016 Stanford Synchro Swim Camp - Day - Stanford Athletics
Stanford Synchro Swim Camp will allow coaches the opportunity to work with and observe Olympic medalists, National Team coaches and coaches of the Stanford University Synchronized Swim Team. During this camp, athletes will focus on and learn the importance of injury prevention based land training, sport-specific muscle strengthening, and translation of these elements into the water. They will learn the technical warm-up Stanford Synchro athletes use to train, and a short Stanford Synchro routine to perform at the end of camp. 800-357-7687

Golf Camps - Golf - St. Paul Gym
Learn the FUNdamentals for this lifetime sport with the University of Minnesota School of Golf. All Participants will experience the latest techniques in golf training and specialized starter equipment. Campers age 6-8 will learn putting, chipping and full swing technique through games and drills, plus etiquette and rules. Older campers add in pitching and additional training stations, plus get a chance to apply their skills on the course and learn more about how a golf course operates. These sessions are best for beginners to those with moderate experience. Bring golf clubs if you have them; some equipment is available to share. Please plan accordingly for the weather with a cap, sunscreen, water bottle, and umbrella or rain gear. All registrants agree to the policies and procedures of Youth Programs, including change fees, cancellation fees, deadlines, and other details found in the program materials and parent handbook. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION St Paul Gym

Beginner Mobile Game Development - Mercer Island- Community Center
Students learn to design and code mobile game Apps using Stencyl, a complete game development platform that features a powerful (Scratch-like) drag-and-drop and authoring environment. This camp focuses on four primary areas: • Computer Science • Visual and line-based coding • Game design with the Stencyl game development platform • Mobile App development By the end of this camp students will have successfully designed and developed a fully-featured game that they can play on a tablet or smart phone 425-786-7824

Wonders! Science Camp - Magee Park
Hands-on fun from beginning to end! Perform over 50 terrific experiments and watch 30 incredible science demonstrations to learn why amazing things happen. $20 material fee is due to instructor on the first day. Check out each weeks offering. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bring a lunch, water and light snack. If you have food allergies please email Enrichment division at the time of your registration. SUB-ACTIVITIES * Wonders! Science Camp - 01 [] * Wonders! Science Camp - 02 [] * Wonders! Science Camp - 03 [] * Wonders! Science Camp - 04 [] * Wonders! Science Camp - 05 [] * Wonders! Science Camp - 06 []

You Want To Be An Artist? – Ages 12-16 - Art Explorers Studio
In this camp, you will discover your artistic strengths and get started on a portfolio! Fine tune your observational drawing skills, paint to your hearts desire using oil paints, learn brush and other tools techniques, discover the power of color and how color works together, create sculptures using different materials and form, experiment by combining different mediums and approaches to create your own unique art. Go home with new art to add to your portfolio! 805-570-1988

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