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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Teen Yoga & Meditation: Chill Skills - Barn Second Floor
Relax and unwind with mindfulness-based yoga. Practice breathe exercises, warm-up stretches and postures to build confidence, strength and focus, Learn practical and fun tools to help calm, balance and energize your body AND mind. Each class ends with a period of stress-busting deep relaxation. Instructor: Kandace Matzker 508 435-9222
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NeSoDak Bible Camp/Klein Ranch
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
31.67 Miles
Address:
2001 S Summit Ave, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57197
Lutherans outdoors in South Dakota welcomes all to explore and experience Christ's love in community and creation!
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Hiking, Horseback Riding...
Outlaw & Atlantic Mountain Ranches
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
31.67 Miles
Address:
2001 S Summit Ave, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57197
Mtn. Western ranch setting. Comfortable for families, children. Simple living & outdoor adventures for older youth. Horseback riding. Christian emphasis.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Colman, SD Summer Camps

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Winter Break Kid's Camp - Flower Mound, TX
(Early care available at 7am for additional fee) Activities include swimming, sports, arts and crafts, rock climbing*, STEM Activity and more! Cost: $180/child/week or $45/child/day Non-member cost: $200/child/week or $50/child/day Register at the Activity Desk. *Rock wall availability dependent on construction schedule.

Free Seminar! Kids, Camping & Comfort - Palm Bay, FL
Learn about the proper equipment, tents, outdoor activities, and how to make camping fun, comfortable & exciting for kids FREE Giveaway “13 x 14” Messenger Style Tote to the first 25 customers to attend a seminar each day. Must be 18 years old or older

Young Couples/Married/Families Potluck - Pearl, MS
Come join us for a Friendsgiving Potluck Dinner! We thought this would be an awesome opportunity to bring together couples and other young married small groups for a time of fellowship and meeting new faces. Sometimes it is difficult to meet other groups or friends in the same life stage as you in the middle of the hustle and bustle on Sundays and Wednesdays. Here is a sign-up for food: http://www.mysignup.com/friendsgivingpotluck ***PLEASE feel free to invite others that you may know whether in a small group or not! ***If you don't have childcare, we will have a children's play area to keep them entertained!!

Summer Camp with FLOWBOX at the IPAC! - Indio, CA
Circus Enthusiasts ages 10-15 are invited to experience the mYsTeRiOuS world behind the curtain. Learning all the skills and preparations necessary to put on a show at the end of the week, youth will have opportunities to learn: - team building and trust -safe risk taking and improve awareness -stage presence and self confidence in addition to -juggling -hoop spinning -acrobatics -clowing and so much more!!! August 3-7 or Aug 10-14 8-5 daily Bring bag lunch and snacks Contact IPAC to sign up! Or Flowbox for more info!

Summer Camp Hype Night - Hudsonville, MI
Save your green by signing-up for camp, and getting details about fundraisers and scholarships. All WyldLife, Young Life, and YoungLives students are welcome to come with parents/guardian to find out everything you need to know about summer camp. Bonus: if students come with a parent/guardian and have already signed-up or sign-up at the event, they will receive $50 off their camp trip!

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Sports Camp - Week 3 - Far Brook School
Week 3 - Soccerl Each week we focus on learning the rules and history of a sport, playing it at least once each day. We also incorporate many other games and team sports during the week to teach character and community. 9736326122.0

Project Play August 1-5 - Summit School
Project Play Ages 3 and 4 Early Childhood Teachers August 1-5 9am-2pm Parents may choose to pick up their children before 2pm. Lunch included in fee Children must be toilet trained. Child must be 3 by July 1, 2016. Come discover why play is how children learn, not something set apart from learning. Project Play offers children ages three and four the opportunity to learn as they play in an engaging environment with… -supportive, experienced teachers that will support and deepen playful learning -an exciting and developmentally appropriate learning environment, including time exploring nature and outdoor spaces -high quality materials and art media, including clay, paint, natural materials, fabric, and more -a portfolio of photos and your childs words that document his or her learning journey throughout the week Educational research supports play as the best way for children to learn. At Project Play, we seek to live out this research by supporting play around engaging, creative questions and explorations. Come join us! Questions about this camp? Contact Della Hinman at (336) 722-2777

Residential (ID) Camp - Santa Clara University
* 2 sessions on day one * 3 full sessions on days two and three * 1 session on final day * On the campus of Santa Clara University 1.408.551.3195

Explore Art! ~ Fairy Houses - Session 2 - The Arts Center
Children will use natural and magical materials to create their own miniature home for indoor fairies. They will stretch their imaginations when they use an amazing variety of materials to make fairy furniture, gardens or other comforts and accessories. Also, children will make a few colorful fairies to move in to their new home. This class usually sells out, register early. 508-432-2002 x17

Singing for Musical Theatre – Ensemble Performance - The Little Theatre of Alexandria
No class on Feb. 14. This course is designed for singers at any level (grades 2nd - 9th). Students will learn the basics of vocal technique for proper singing, including voice placement and production, breathing, and phrasing. Students will receive guidance in finding their voice type and category. They will also work on presenting songs – learning how to make a song come alive by not just singing it, but interpreting and performing it. This semesters in-class concentration will be on musical theatre chorus/ensemble numbers. Students will work on singing together, and will be taught not just melodies, but also how to sing harmonies and various vocal parts. (An ability to sing harmonies and to sing with others is an essential part of musical theatre performance.) Some of the songs will also include basic movement/staging, and the music and movement that is learned will be presented/ performed in a musical revue format. Students will perform on the LTA stage in the Spring Showcase on April 1st and 2nd! (Students who wish to participate in the Showcase must be available for rehearsals during the early evening hours the week of March 28th.) INSTRUCTOR LINDA WELLS is a private vocal teacher/coach, working... 7036835778 x2

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