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Summer Camps in Cleburne County, AR

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295 Prim Rd, Drasco, Arkansas
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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295 Prim Rd, Drasco, Arkansas
Activities: Arts And Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Once the program is selected, it is time to apply and register. Spots often fill up rather quickly, especially for competitive or popular programs. Parents should star their research process early, even in winter, to find a great camp and sign up. Applications may be available online or can be mailed. These documents ask for information about the family and child: names, addresses, age, interests, background and financial information, among other information. Most camps have parents fill out an application with basic information about their child: age, interest, background, address, etc. There is usually a small deposit involved. If the...




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Kanawha County Teen and Tween Overnight Event - Charleston, WV
Overnight event where participates set the 2016 camp theme! The event is for youth in 6th grade on up.

ECSD Youth Cheerleading Camp - Elmira, NY
About Sign your child up for a fun filled week of cheerleading with the NYS Express Cheer Team and coaches. We will be teaching a variety of skills and drills including motions, jumps, stunting, sideline cheers and tumbling. In addition to skills we will play exciting cheer games, decorate/create bows to take home and compete for the lucky cheer stick! Participants will also go home with a camp tee shirt. Camp Info: Who- Youths aged 6-13 Dates- Monday June 29th-Thursday July 2nd Time- 9:30am-12:30pm Where- Booth Gym (use rear entrance off of Third St) Cost- $50 per student Contact Shelly Allen to register your child 607-857-4404

Teen Conditioning Camp - Allison Park, PA
Teen Conditioning Camp will get kids (12-16) conditioned and ready to perform at a high level of physical ability for sports, recreation and fun!! Program is developed by Paul J. Stugart,M.S.,NASM-CPT, CF-L1, Master Trainer, Coach and Cheif Inspiration Officer. Your son or daughter will be challenged to improve fitness & function using ropes, bands, body weight, some weights, rowing, running and more. Each class will different and will structured to develop all aspects of conditioning. We will have team challenges, events, climb ropes, traverse on monkey bars and just overall have fun while conditioning the body. Camp Length: 4 OR 12 Week with OPEN Enrollments MEETS every Monday & Wednesday 3:30pm to 4:30pm $120 for 4 Week Camp $300 for 12 Week Camp (20% Savings!) SAVE 10% when you register more than 1 Child in the same Camp USE PROMO CODE: 2TEEN at Checkout.

The W Theater Presents, "Acting Up" A Children & Teen Performing Arts
The W Theater proudly presents, "Acting Up" A Children & Teen Performing Arts Camp. If you have a child or teen between the ages of 6 and 18 and they love "Acting Up", please register them for this camp (workshop). Saturday, September 17, 2016 from 11am - 5pm at the Broward County Main Library Auditorium Downtown Ft. Lauderdale. There will be age appropriate acting and singing classes with experienced instructors and assistants. Those who are serious will be casted in Sonya Welch's Stage Play, "Don't Give Up" which was written especially for children & teens. Registration is only $25 and that includes lunch and snacks throughout the day. Classes are limited, so register now. Don't miss out on the fun!!!!! For more information call 954-536-8671.

Kid's Camp at The Backroom Gallery - Independence, MO
Sign up for Kid's Camp at The Backroom Gallery! We're happy to present "Building CONFIDENCE and CHARACTER through Creativity" classes every 2nd Saturday 11:30 - 2:30 beginning 4/9/16 ages 7-12. Kids who complete three classes will be featured in our August Third Friday Artwalk. $25.00/class, lunch included. Class limited to 8. All supplies provided. Pre-registration required! 816-886-0082

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Balboa 1.5 with Chelsea and David - Chevy Chase Ballroom
Taught by Chelsea and David Lee. For intermediate/advanced students. Three-week session runs March 14-28 7-8pm, $60/person. Open dancing 9-11 pm, FREE if youre in the class Have you been wanting to learn Balboa? Its not too late to start! This 3-week class is for beginner Balboa dancers and those who want to brush up on their basics. We will cover the basic for those who are joining us for the first time and then learn new content to excite those who also took our Balboa 1 class. Enjoy fancy footwork, close connection, and rockin rhythms in this vintage dance from the swing era. Its a must-have for your dance repertoire. (202) 244-9166

Nike Running Camps - Nike Running Camps
The Stanford Track and Field program is one of the nations most respected and tradition-filled programs! With numerous All-Americans, World Champions, and Olympic medalists the program continues to re-write the record books each year! 800-645-3226

Country Club of Maryland - Country Club of Maryland
Get Golf Ready is an intro to golf program for new, beginner and high handicapper golfers. GGR is designed to teach everything youll need to play golf in just a few lessons. Each session will focus on the various golf skills you will use while playing. In addition to learning the basics, you will be guided onto the golf course to put your skills into action in a casual, friendly setting. Through this program, participants will be introduced to golf in a comfortable setting that will enable participants to reap the benefits both on and off the golf course. Not only will participants experience the satisfaction of striking that first chip shot, particpants will also realize the health, professional and personal benefits, that are afforded by the game. On the business side, for young and seasoned professionals, men and women alike, the golf course provides as appropriate setting to develope new business relationships and network with colleagues. When you are not closing the deal, the golf course offers the perfect setting for families and friends to enjoy the outdoors and each others company. What You Need... 410-215-9868

Aqua Sports Camp Jr - Olney Swim Center
This camp has it all-swimming, diving, trampoline, soccer, kickball, crafts and games! Campers should be able to swim 25 yards and must be comfortable in the water that exceeds their height. Campers must come equipped with shorts, T-shirt and tennis shoes or athletic-type shoes. Campers should bring a non-perishable lunch, extra pair of athletic socks, swim suit, towel, cap, goggles and sunscreen. A $15 material fee is due at the beginning of each session, payable to Tober Aqua Sports, Inc. Extended Care is provided by the camp for morning and/or afternoon for participants only. Campers must be 7 by the first day of camp. Jr. Camps are for ages 7-11. For more information, contact Mike Tober at 301-873-8411 or visit www.aquasportscamp.com [] SECONDARY CATEGORY Aquatic Camps LOCATION OSC Main Pool 1 Meter Board at Olney Swim Center INSTRUCTOR Tober Aqua Sports ACTIVITY List: Aqua Sports Camp Before and After Care The participant will have to select between 0 and 2 out of the 2 following Activities to register for. Name Type Number Age Date Location Aqua Sports Camp Jr Before Care Class 12144 7 - 12 From July 5, 2016 to July 8, 2016 Each Tuesday...

Spring 2016 Life on the Farm Camp - Connolly Ranch
The kids need something to do for spring break—and Connolly Ranch has a camp full of activities designed to keep them engaged in the outdoors. During our week, the children will take care of the farm animals including the new spring lambs and baby chicks, get creative with arts and crafts, learn about our honeybees and other pollinators, cook with local ingredients, build natural shelters, learn about seed starting in the greenhouse, get their hands dirty in the garden and of course hike and explore the nature trails in Westwood Hills park. Part of the day, campers will be divided into groups by age and part of the day by interest. In any case, we promise your children will come home tired and inspired! 707-224-1894

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