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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: ROCK-A-DOODLE-DOO (45 MIN) WED 10:00-10:45 - Loudoun Arts Center
Kids will be introduced to the basic elements of music, listening to a variety of genres and styles from the classics to modern, and exploring instruments while playing on the keyboard and banging on percussion! Earplugs may be required! 703-444-5888
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Scoutshire Woods
 
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5.21 Miles
Address:
3483 Spring Hill Ave, Mobile, Alabama 36608
Girl Scouts builds confidence, character and courage through leadership development. Resident camp programs build self-esteem and skills. Camp programs encourage healthy interactions, outdoor activitiesand...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Camp Rap-A-Hope
 
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6.33 Miles
Address:
2701 Airport Blvd, Mobile, Alabama 36606
Specialty camp for children with cancer. Outstanding staff, beautiful setting and medical support. No charge to campers.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Canoeing, Field Trips, Golf, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking,...
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Chickasaw, AL Summer Camps

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107.7 THE END Summer Camp 2015 - Redmond, WA
107. 7 THE END Presents: Summer Camp 2015 With Matt and Kim, Robert DeLong, Glass Animals, Chet Faker, Saint Motel, Joywave, Meg Myers, and In The Valley Below Saturday August 15, 2015 at Marymoor Concerts Doors at 12:00pm All Ages to Enter

Kid's Camp edition - Lake Hopatcong, NJ
Kid's Clinic offered every other week on Wednesdays in the summer months for Kid's (riders 18 and younger) to learn how to wakeboard or wakesurf with Lake Hopatcong Marine. ALL LEVELS of riders encouraged to join, beginners or expert. LHM provide's top notch instruction from LHMwakeshop team rider, Shaina Kassaleh, and instructions from LHM's in house Wake lesson school, Wake Dreams. All of this, plus water & snacks. LOCATION: 132 Rt 181, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849 TIME: Noon - 4 pm PRICE: $15 with the use of LHM equipment or $10 with your own equipment. ********** You MUST Register via E-mail *********** [email protected] 1. Date & time (every hour on the hour) you wish to ride. 2. Full Name 3. phone # 4. what you would like to learn? Wakeboarding or Wakesurfing? 5. Do you have equipment? No / Yes.... rope/ lifejacket/ board? Dates: ** JUNE 24th ** JULY 8th ** JULY 22nd ** AUGUST 5th ** AUGUST 19th ** SEPTEMBER 2nd >PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST BE PRESENT DURING THE WHOLE EXPERIENCE FOR THE RIDER. >WAIVER MUST BE SIGNED BEFORE DEPARTURE FROM THE DOCK. >Parent/Guardian does not have to pay a fee to ride on the boat, although, we do recommend getting in on the experience and taking a few pulls.

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Kansas City Church of Christ Teen Camp Fundraiser - Olathe, KS
Inside the restaurant on the north side of Bass Pro, inside Uncle Bucks. Raising money for the teens to go to camp in June! Shopping for guest begins at 6:15pm!! Quarters down, Paddles up at 6:45pm!! Come on out and win items up to $75 for as little as 3 quarters from multiple area vendors. There will be two rounds of the auction and one round of the raffles. Vendors put up their item for bid for 1-3 quarters, you bid that many quarters per paddle you hold up, if you desire that item. If your paddle number gets called, THAT ITEM IS YOURS. Paddles are $3 each or 4 for $10. Raffle tickets are $1 each, 6 for $5 and arm span $15. Shop with a vendor and get a raffle ticket for every $5 spent. Win $50 to spend with any vendor of your choice for only $2 with our square game that runs continuously through the auction. Vendors: more will be added 1. LuLaRoe_ Lori Bledsoe 2. Papparazzi- Sarah Bledsoe 3. Dove Chocolate Discoveries- Kelly Reed 4. Jamberry- Nicole 5. Just Jewelry- Malorie Andrews 6. Kitcheneeze- Angelia Weinzirl 7. Perfectly Posh- Darla Geary Food and beverage for purchase at Uncle Bucks. Complimentary fruit and veggie tray provided.

16th Annual Youth Activism Gathering - South China, ME
A three day youth led event for people to come together and educate one another on organizing, activism and social change. Workshops, music, great food and more in an affirming space for all. Here's the schedule so far for this year. We'll keep updating it as more workshops are confirmed! Day One: 11:00: Arrival 12:00: Snacks, Meet and Greet 1:00-2:20: Opening and Ice Breakers 2:30-4:00: Safer Sex with Quinn from Mid-Coast Queer Collective Maine Students for Climate Justice Workshop 4:10-5:40: LBTQ Women/Women Aligned People’s Space with Olivia from Pine Tree Youth Organizing and Maine Students for Climate Justice Health-care/self-care workshop Maine Students for Climate Justice Retreat Space 6:00-7:00: Dinner 7:30: Open Mic Day Two: 7:30-8:30: Breakfast 8:30-8:50: Opening and Icebreaker 9:00-10:30: Islamophobia with the Lewiston High School Civil Rights Team 10:40-12:10: Ray Luc: Can't Jail the Spirit: Political Prisoners, Mass Incarceration and the Question of Abolition ...

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

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

Session 3B - Female youth who is non-disabled - Camp Paivika
Female Non-disabled Sibling Option. Only applicable for the youth sessions for non-disabled female siblings under the age of 18. 3 night option 909-338-1102 x5003

Tech Theater: Scenery and Props - The Evergreen School
A hands-on experience for those who like to be behind-the-scenes! This week is filled with design projects such as set construction, painting stage flats, and building props for our summer production of The Lion King. Working with power tools and learning paint techniques are just some of the fun activities in this project-packed theater class. 206-957-1533

Tennis Camp NP - Rising Stars Session 8 - Alpharetta Adult Activity Center
In this class, basic strokes are reviewed, with an emphasis on footwork, combining shots and keeping the ball in play within a 60 foot court. Scoring and match play will also be introduced to the students. 23 or 25 inch racquet recommended. 8 hours of instruction. 9:30am-11:30am, Monday through Thursday. Make-up time will be added on before camp on another day, or on Friday City of Alpharetta & Milton Resident: $112 Non-Resident Fee: $168 AGE GROUP Youth INSTRUCTOR Stephan Vodegel

2 Half Days PM Stamford February Vacation All Sports Camp - Davenport School
For Boys and Girls Ages 4-12 years old 2 HALF DAYS 12:30 PM - 4:00PM FRIDAY FEB 12 & TUESDAY FEB 16 This program offers children a chance to participate in many different sports such as basketball, soccer, floor hockey, volleyball, and other physical education type activities. Full day campers should bring a peanutbutter free snack and lunch during the week, and half day campers need to bring just a snack. Instructors: Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598

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