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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: FULL - Tiny Tots II - Combo - Saturday 11:00am (Spring) - CHAW
Our youngest dancers explore music and movement in a playful, joyful environment. Activities emphasize coordination and body awareness, listening skills, rhythms and patterns, and early social interaction. Class instruction includes exposure to tap, ballet and tumbling. No Class April 2 2025476839 x16
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Camp Buckskin
 
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Distance
38.25 Miles
Address:
, Ely, Minnesota 55731
We are an overnight summer camp program that specializes in serving boys and girls ages 6 - 18 who are experiencing social skill and...
Activities: ADDHD , Archery , Arts and Crafts ,...
Camp Voyageur
 
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Distance
44.71 Miles
Address:
709 Voyageur Rd., Ely, Minnesota 55731
A traditional camp for boys operated since 1951 by the Erdmann family, traditional in-camp activities of land and water sports. We specialzie in wilderness...
Activities: Adventure , Archery , Arts and Crafts ,...
Camp Mishawaka For Boys And Girls
 
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Distance
57.79 Miles
Address:
PO Box 368, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
Mature staff help develop lifetime skills. Brother/Sister camp offers best in traditional camping. Residential & tripping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Drama, Horseback Riding (Western),...
ICC Summer Engineering Camp
 
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Distance
58.7 Miles
Address:
1851 E US Highway 169, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
Activities: Youth Programs
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Hunting Retriever Club's Kid's Camp! - undefined, SD
The Hunters Retriever Club is offering their 2nd annual youth camp to help your children learn how to train your dog, how to handle a shotgun, and how to be a better handler at hunt tests, plus many more fun activities! Your dog is welcome, but if you do not have a dog they will have trained dogs for you to use!! Ages: 8-18 ( guardian's strongly encouraged to attend with a child under 12) For more information or to get signed up please contact Dave Nilsen at 605.321.9795 or at [email protected] For more information about them please visit: http://www.dakotahrc.com/ Deadline to register is April 15th! Being held at Hunters Point, in Humboldt, South Dakota! Registration 7:30AM-8:00AM Supper to end the exciting day is at 6:00PM!

Montgomery Alabama Stake Service Day at Camp Hulaco - Baileyton, AL
This is a "family friendly" service opportunity; however, much of the work is not suitable for young children. Scout troops and YM/YW are strongly encouraged to attend. Cabins are available at no cost for those wishing to go up the night before. Tent camping is also available. Reservations for both can be made online at: https://www.hulacocamp.org/newsite/

Fimbulwinter Games IV - Columbus, IN
We invite you to help shake off the deep winter doldrums by joining us for a fantastical event for the dicer, strategist, gamer, and lover of shiny things in all of us! Fimbulwinter might be kept at bay if we show how much we enjoy each others' company while we play and make merry all through the wintery day and into the night! Classes for period games will be taught throughout the day, and yes, we are looking for folks to teach their favorite period dice, bone, board, card, chance,and other games! The Cuil Cholium Game Library will be present, with multiple boards for Nine, Six, and Three Man Morris, Checkers, Chess, Mancala,etc as well as binders with rules and instructions for all these games and more.

Kid's Camp 2016! - Albion, ME
Mark your calendars now for Kids Camp 2016, August 7-12 at the China Lake Conference Center. Registration and more info will soon be available.

2nd Annual Midlands Summer Camp & Activities Fair - undefined, SC
Midlands Kids' Directory will host its 2nd Annual Summer Camp & Activities Fair on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 11am-2pm at Charles R. Drew Wellness Center, Gymnasium. The Midlands Summer Camp & Activities Fair is the only event of its kind in the area, providing families with a unique opportunity to explore the summer camp and enrichment options available to their children during summer break. Camps for all ages and interests! Visitors can expect: - Wide variety of summer camps - Enrichment programs - Residential camps - Local day camps - Academic - Sports - Summer Programs - Teen Adventure Programs - Art Programs For Summer Camps wishing to participate in the Camp Fair please contact Jeanette Dempsey at 803-381-7733 or email [email protected] More details can be found on our website www.midlandscampfair.com. Check back often for updates!

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Thursday Evening Junior Program (5:15-6:30pm) - Phoenixville Country Club
Evening Junior Camp- We are thinking of the parents!! Drop the kids off to develop their golf skills, care for the the course and sportsmanship, while you enjoy some time to relax at the club. $20.00/session

Session 1 Brown/Black Level -June - World of Golf
Pre-req: Consistently scores in the 70s, 80s, or 90s for 18 holes on a regulation course. Wedge game is emphasized. Detailed video, launch monitor, Sam Putt Lab analysis, and Boditrak. Golf fitness will be discussed in more detail. Character trait learned: Attitude and Role Model. 859-371-8255

Introduction to Art: Drawing - Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School
Learn fundamental drawing skills such as line, shape, form, volume, spatial relationships, and perspective while working with a variety of drawing materials. All materials will be supplied. 15108510623.0

Competitive Edge Field Hockey Camp 4th-8th, Session II - Francis W Parker
Field hockey camp combines fundamental skill work, scrimmage play and fun games to stimulate a love for the game and accelerate the athletes progress and success. Athletes work on dribbling, offensive moves, defensive skills, passing, hitting, sweeping, one-on-one attacking skills, one-on-one defensive skills, corner tactics and shooting. This camp is run by Competitive Edge. 773.797.5104

Session 3: What Would Nature Do? - Young Naturalists - The Hitchcock Center for the Environment
CAMP What is the best way to cool off on a hot day? How can we save energy powering trains? Animals, plants and other organisms have been adapting to challenges like this for the whole history of our planet. Nature has a lot to teach us about how to solve problems in ways that are good for the Earth. Through hands-on inquiry, games, art and outdoor investigations we will discover the efficiency of natures adaptations and ask what we can learn from nature about how to live more sustainably. 4132566006.0

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