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Summer Camps in Conway, NH

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: PM Minecraft A - Scottsdale Country Day School Campus
Minecraft is a game that allows students to let their imaginations run wild in this 3D block world. Theyll craft tools, build huge structures, and engineer working contraptions all from the materials found in the world of Minecraft. Students will create working roller coasters, pirate ships, unique houses and various amazing objects. The fun doesnt stop here! They will also engage in capture the flag, hunger games, Minecraft jeopardy, creating mods and more. 480-833-7338
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Warm supportive staff, exciting prog, fun friendships, responsibility, leadership, sucess, sportsmanship, self-esteem
Activities: Archery, Basketball, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Hiking, Riflery, Sailing, Soccer,...
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Conway, NH Summer Camps

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Campus and Teen Sunday
You are invited to attend Campus and Teen Sunday on Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at Parkview Junior Academy, 412 South Avery Avenue, Syracuse, New York 13219. Please arrive early for fellowship beforehand.

KIDS CAMP WINTER BREAK EDITION - Tucson, AZ
Kids with learn from Chef Sonya how to make cookies and gingerbread houses to take home! $25 per child $20 per multiple siblings or parent Monday December 21st- Cookies! Cookies! Cookies! Monday December 28th-All things Gingerbread! **PLEASE CALL THE BAKERY TO SIGN UP**

Crash Winter Retreat - "The Key"
On Thursday, December 31st the Crash is headed to Rock Lake Christian Assembly for a Winter Retreat. We will be returning on January 2nd. Your student is not going to want to miss this. The cost is going to be $60 and this covers transportation, lodging and all there food. We are going to be studying through the book of Ephesians this weekend in a very powerful way. Email [email protected] to RSVP your student.

Tween/teen Yoga Camp - Camp Hill, PA
The focus for this program is to inspire and empower tweens and teens and to establish a deeper sense of self respect and self discipline so they can live a more balanced and fulfilled life. We will empower tweens/teens through journaling, breathing practices, meditation, aerial yoga and mat yoga. We'll have fun and learn to trust others and ourselves through partner yoga poses. Though drop in students are welcome, we encourage participants to enroll in the the entire four week program because each week we will build upon the lessons of the previous week. Camp runs 5-6:15pm on Tuesday, July 19 and 26th, August 9 and 16. Please note there is a break the week of August 2. A minimum of 4 students is required to run the program, so please register early! A refund will be given if the minimum number of participants is not met. There will be a maximum of 8 participants, based on the number of aerial yoga hammocks, so pre-registration is required. Participants must be at least 10 years old. 4 Week Camp - $60 1 Week Drop-in - $25

Kids Camp (Columbus Day No School) Ages 11 to 16 - Plano, IL
Kids can join us from 10am-1pm and complete three different art projects using different mediums. All fall/Halloween projects. Pottery, Fused Glass & Canvas. Pottery & Glass projects will be available for pick up with in 5-7 days. Canvas project will go home that day. This session recommended ages 11yrs to 16yrs. $35 per artist.

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Summer Camp PM - Princeton Racquet Club
MATCH PLAY: Campers get to put into practice the skills theyve learned by playing matches. Singles and doubles strategy, ladder matches, exchange matches, and Davis Cup competition. Play will take place on clay and hard courts. Campers need to be able to serve and keep score. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please bring one new unopened can of balls on the first day of camp. Sneakers must be non-marking. Campers provide their own drinks and snacks. Play will take place outdoors so sunscreen and a hat are highly recommended. IN CASE OF RAIN: Campers will use the indoor courts, fitness room and lobby areas without any additional charge. NO REFUNDS, CREDITS, MAKE-UPS, or CARRYOVERS from week to week. SUB-ACTIVITIES * Summer Camp PM 6/20-6/24 "Kick Off Week" [] * Summer Camp PM 6/27-7/1 [] * Summer Camp PM 7/04-7/8 [] * Summer Camp PM 7/11-7/15 [] * Summer Camp PM 7/18-7/22 [] * Summer Camp PM 7/25-7/29 [] * Summer Camp PM 8/01-8/5 [] * Summer Camp PM 8/08-8/12 [] * Summer Camp PM 8/15-8/19 [] * Summer Camp PM 8/22-8/26 []

Girls Lacrosse Camp - Hopkins Campus
Join Blake girls varsity lacrosse coach Linda Hokr and her staff for the fastest game on two feet. This camp will help develop fundamental skills to grow and master the sport — all while having a whole lot of fun. Each day focuses on a specific skill set, beginning with a series of drills and concluding with a game-like setting during which campers put those skills to use. Former and current high school varsity lacrosse players are present to ensure that each camper receives individual attention throughout the week. All levels are welcome; beginners are encouraged. Players are grouped based on age and experience. Girls must provide their own lacrosse stick*, goggles*, cleats, mouth guard and water bottle. *Sticks and goggles will be available on loan to the first 20 registrants. 952-988-3463

Camp Catapult Thursday - Newtons Attic
Siege Alert! Look out, its time for ying tennis balls, eggs and bags of Jell-O as this camp offers participants the opportunity to design and build a table top size catapult or trebuchet. Students start with a kit of wood, steel, aluminum and plastic parts and create their catapult. When students nish theirinventions, they eld test them in a fun and exciting activity. This is a single, full day version of Camp Catapult. It should be registered for once during Spring Break unless the student would like to make a second, different catapult on Tuesday. Other single day classes include Rube Goldberg Machines (9 and older) and Da Vinci Kids (6 to 9). 859-368-7334

Week 1/June 20-24 - Sanford Day Camp
At the end of Day Camp registration, you will be able to then register your child for a Sport/Specialty camp 610-565-4850

Ultimate Girls Basketball Camp (Grades 4 - 9) - WWP High School North
Ultimate Girls Basketball Camp (Grades 4 - 9) Special basketball camp focusing on individual and team skills. Hands-on training with collegiate and professional coaching staff. Advanced techniques we will focus on include: dribbling, post work, guard work, foot work, shooting, team play, rebounding, quickness, and teaching the game of basketball from a mental standpoint. Pre and post camp care is available at Millstone River school through WWP Community Education for an additional fee on their website. To register, please click on "WWP Community Education" on the right side of this page under "Extra Details." Basketball camp staff members will escort children to and from pre/post care. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x 1719 for more information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is only open to girls entering grades 4-9. Registering ineligible children will result in removal from program and no refund. No residency restrictions. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x1719 for more information. For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation...

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