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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Spring Pottery Camp - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
Vacation Camp: Spring Pottery April 11-14 Students will spend the days learning various pottery techniques, including handbuilding and wheel throwing*, and will create vessels and sculptures that are unique, fun, functional and decorative. Held in the Yard School of Arts Ceramics Studio. *Wheel throwing will be offered to students age 8 and older. Screen Shot 2016-03-11 at 1.12.19 PM [] AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Ceramics Studio at The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
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Camp Gambill
 
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6001 Summerside Dr, Dallas, Texas
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Camp Bette Perot
 
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6001 Summerside Dr, Dallas, Texas
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback...
Camp Summit
 
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17210 Campbell Rd Ste 180W, Dallas, Texas
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Dance,...
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Could you recommend a camp for a 15 year old boy from China who likes basketball?
The best option for a 15 year old boy who enjoys playing basketball is a sports camp. There are multiple options across United States. Some sports camps offer a 9-5 program and are usually located in urban areas. Most cities have day camps that specialize in sports. He will be able to select basketball as his major area of concentration, while enjoying other recreational activities. You may also elect to send him to a residential camp. He would spend several weeks with his peers, perfecting his basketball skills, while being outdoors, swimming and enjoying nature hikes and camp fires....




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Winter in the Wild: Furs & Feathers (Youth Groups Only) - Hull, IL
Exclusive for Non-Profit Youth Groups! Registration limited to first 30 youth Become a GC wildlife detective while on school vacation! Come to Gardner Camp for hands-on learning about wildlife and animals of all kinds. Nationally renowned World Bird Sanctuary will be at GC to present a live animal program where you will experience an up-close view of animals from all kingdoms. After learning about the different types of animals and the signs that animals leave behind, participants will test their investigation skills solving a mystery and go on a tracking adventure, weather permitting. Participants will also walk away with their very own handmade wildlife tracks t-shirt. Within this program, there is also a giveback opportunity to help World Bird Sanctuary. If desired, groups can bring an item from the WBS wish list as a service project. Pre-registration required. Contact [email protected] or 217/432-1999 to register.

2016 Kid's Camp - Ridgecrest, CA
July 15 - 17 Pinecrest Christian Conference Center

Youth Summer Camp - Durham, NC
Hoopin' Eagles for Christ Basketball Camp is a summer camp for boys and girls grades pre- kindergarten - rising 9th grade. We provide fundamental training for basketball while also teaching character traits for life. For more info visit our website at www.hoopineagles4christbasketballcamp.com email us at: [email protected] phone: Coach Bruce White 9193237323

Lil Leapers Kid's Camp with Teya Johnson - Folsom, CA
Lil Leapers ages 3-10 will enjoy a daily yoga camp where they can discover peace education through yoga, mindfulness practices and self-awareness. Students will be learning tools to help them get through stressful days in the classroom and at home. Yoga games, inspired-reading and visual vignettes will help keep the summer fun going while providing useful skills to take-home and share. Invest in your child's inner well-being and outter social impact through Lil Leapers kid's camp. *Take advantage of early-bird registration and save! Dates: Tuesday-Thursday June 28-30th Times: 2:30-4pm/each day Investment: $59 early registration members/ $75 nonmembers $10 discount for siblings *Early-bird registration ends June 3rd

Dystopia Rising Indiana April 2016 Event (Fields of Iron) - Greenfiel
April showers of bullets bring less May Zed? Wait isin't this the month the strange flowers seem to always show up in Ft. Seymour?

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Shakespeare in Performance - The Little Theatre of Alexandria
This class is designed for 5th-9th grade students. Why Shakespeare? Why not! The stories are compelling and exciting. The characters thrilling and interesting. In the play well be working on this winter, they are also very comical! A Midsummer Nights Dream may be 450 years old, but its as funny today as when it was first performed in 1605. Under the guidance of Heather Sanderson, participants will present an abridged version of the play for a main stage presentation at the Annual LTA Showcase (April 1st & 2nd). During the course of the session, youngsters will learn acting methods naturally through a variety of theatre games, improvisation exercises and practical performance. INSTRUCTOR HEATHER SANDERSON studied classical theatre at RADA in London and prior to moving to Alexandria acted extensively in the San Francisco Bay Area. As "Miss Heather", she is known locally for instilling a love of theatre - in particular Shakespeare - into the hearts of children. Her youth Shakespeare troupes have performed in D.C. and in the U.K. and her privately coached monologue students have performed at the Shakespeare Theatre, the Fords Theatre and numerous community and childrens theatres in the area. Heather may be familiar to fans... 7036835778 x2

Discovery Kids Camp - Week 4 (AM) - Constitution Hall
Lets Go.. Discover Sea Creatures! Brookfield Academys Discovery Kids Camp is the perfect blend of enrichment, exploration, and physical activity in a fun, caring, and engaging environment. The Discovery Kids Camp is offered in nine sessions. Each session is one week in duration, with various themes and activities every day. Each session includes different activities daily in literature appreciation, physical movements, music, and art. Outdoor activities are enjoyed every day that weather permits. Register for one or multiple sessions. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Please bring swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen. GRADES Pre-Kindergarten K4 - 1st LOCATION Constitution Hall INSTRUCTOR Mary Heuvelmans

Max Lax Lacrosse - Wellington Gym
Max Lax is a co-educational sports camp that focuses on introducing children to the sport of lacrosse as well as other cooperative games. Your child will learn the basic skills of lacrosse and participate in different games, which will help with the development of those skills while also having fun. At camp your child will also play different team building and cooperative games such as capture the flag, water balloon team tag, lacrosse baseball, dodge ball and European handball. The campers will also have the opportunity to cool off from the summer sun on the camp favorite: Max Lax Mega Slip n Slide. At Max Lax we aim to teach children the basics of lacrosse while emphasizing teamwork, fair play, exercise, and most importantly having fun. We hope to see your child this summer. (516) 750-3104

Session 3A - 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. 5 Night Option 909-338-1102 x5003

Two Thumbs Up! - Ethical Culture
Watch great movies and learn about critiquing films. Develop a sense for recognizing the thematic (the directors goal of the film), dramatic (storytelling elements) and stylistic aspects (genre) of a movie. Besides having fun at the movies and eating popcorn each week with your friends, you can share your insights and newly found skills of thoughtfully critiquing a film. Well usually take two after school sessions to watch one movie. Each Monday well watch half of a film and follow with a brief discussion, which includes identifying key characteristics and sharing what we thought worked well or not. Learning how to critique a film makes movie watching that much more fun and exciting! Instructor: Renee Stork 212-712-6230

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