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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Level 3- 4th-6th Grade - Terrace Park Elementary Music Room
Designed for students in fourth, fifth or sixth grade that took a Level 2 course in the fall session (classes previously held on Thursdays at 3:30 or Wednesday at 4:30 [4th graders]). Students will continue to use the same book. 513-272-7407
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Camp Discovery
 
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Distance
15.2 Miles
Address:
608 W Douglas Ave Ste 100, Wichita, Kansas 67203
Camp teaches Diabetes care while providing recreational fun. Qualified Medical staff are present.
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Starwoods Outdoor Center
 
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Distance
17.86 Miles
Address:
360 Lexington Rd, Wichita, Kansas 67218
GS of Kansas Heartland and serves girls from 80 counties across Kansas. Starwood Outdoor Center offers a wide variety of activities. Starwoods provides primitive...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Aviation, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor...
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Clearwater, KS Summer Camps

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Kid Power Camp - Fort Worth, TX
Take a Journey Off The Map. FREE fun for completed Kinder - 6th Grade. Games, skits, recreation, crafts, music and of course great Bible Studies. Take the Journey!

Summer Camp Registration /11% discount from regular price - Winter Par
Sign up before May 13 and you will receive 11% discount from the regular price of your enrollment

Kid's Campout with the Prickly Pear Living History Museum - San Antoni
Do you want to help your kids build a connection to nature, but aren’t sure how? Do you struggle to get them away from screens? On March 19th and 20th Government Canyon State Natural Area and the Prickly Pear Living History Museum will be co-hosting a camping event for kids ages 10-16 and their parents. No screens allowed, but no one will be bored. Instead, we’ll talk about how local Native Americans survived and thrived in the same places we now call our home. For hands-on learning we’ll have reproduction tools, weapons, and natural resources for everyone to explore. Along the way, kids discover how to be hike leaders and why it’s important to be good caretakers of the land. We’ll provide most of the equipment. Maximum of two kids and two adults per group, so that more kids can enjoy the experience. Space is limited to 12 people. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! Our last event filled up fast. Please send questions or RSVP requests to [email protected]

Teen Camp 2015! - China Lake Conference Center
http://mainenyi. com/ministries/teen-camp/ Teen camp July 27-31

Kid's Karate Summer Camp - Lewisville, TX
Kid's Karate Camp for 6-12 year olds from 8:30 am til noon on Mon-Fri. Kids don't have to be a karate member to enroll. Cost is $125 for the week and we offer a $25 discount on the 2nd child.

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Musical Improv - Pop Songs Level 2 - Eric Schackne - iO West
Youre making up songs, and they sound pretty great. Everybody thinks so. Yet, youre curious how to make future songs sound pretty greater. This workshop moves past the rigid structure that got your improv songwriting on its feet, and smoothes out the edges. Week one takes you back through song structure and function in finer detail, adding some new ways to build on simplicity. The second week works on two pairs of skills – beginnings/endings & leading/following. Week three delves into the wild world of fancy tricks and slick pop moves to prep your tool belt for heaps of song types. The only requirements are completion of Pop Songs Level 1 and a vested interest in ear-friendly musical makes ups. Taught by iOWest Musical Director Eric Schackne (323) 962-7560

Mythical Marionettes & Show (A.M.) with Ansley Young - Westerly Creek Elementary (Art Room)
Teachers: Ansley Young and Pam Peters lead young artists in creating a fully functional four legged creature marionette from wood, paint, rope and more. After reading and researching myths and fairy tales, kids use their findings to construct a magical being and develop a story to tell. The story will be told in a 10-15 minute performance at the end of the week. We close online registration 24 hours prior to camp start. If you want to register at that time, please call 720-299-1806 OR 303-349-0961. 303-349-0861

Summer Farm Camp 2016 - The Painted Pony Farm
This Farm Camp is open to children 5-13 year olds. Each day begins at 9:00 am with special time in the barnyard. Every half an hour we change to a new activity. The day includes music,games, making a snack,crafts and water play. Your day is complete at 2:00 pm. You will receive a camp t-shirt and make memories that will ast a lifetime. 805-525-9820

Ceramics 6 - Learn to Throw - Artists Exchange
Build your skills with a week of camp devoted to the pottery wheel. Start by throwing the basic cylinder form and turning it into a functional bowl or vase. Add some character to the plates and cups you use every day with interesting surface techniques and glaze. Ceramics camps allow children to immerse themselves in clay studio studies ranging from basic hand building, wheel throwing, and sculpting. Campers will learn a variety of skills designed to fit the camp they are in. Ceramic focus campers will learn the technical aspects of recycling, slab work, build a simple kiln from a metal trash can and firing pottery in it. All under the guidance of a professional potter and the fire department. Clay adventures offers a beginners taste of experimenting with clay. Sculpting camps have a slight focus on bringing 2-D drawings and images of characters into 3-D form. * Artists Exchange will be open Monday the 8th on Victory Day. 401-490-9475

What Do Animals Have to Teach Us? - Old Trail School
Discover bio-mimicry with The Akron Zoo! Campers will learn, through animal investigations, all about where science and engineering meet. Every day new animals will come to visit the campers and teach them how those animals have adapted to survive on our planet.Instructors: Akron Zoo Staff 3306661118 x469

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