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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Intermediate Guitar - Fretboard Theory - Sublette BOCES
Students will learn intermediate Guitar skills through the Fretboard Theory. Not a beginner course. Instructor: Riley Bennett 3073676873.0
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Coos Bay, OR Summer Camps

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Teen Leadership Camp Session A - Tampa, FL
Prepare your teen for the academic, emotional, and social demands of adolescence at TeenMax Leadership Camps this summer. Your teen will learn about and define their values, develop their own mission statement and create their own vision board. They will understand their role in relationships, learn how to take personal responsibility and to build trust, leaern to set goals, and to prioritize their schedules. Fitness and stress reduction are also a part of our curriculum.

WCHC 2016 YOUTH CAMP BIOHAZARD - Angelus Oaks, CA
COST $150.00 PER PERSON. IF REGISTERED BEFORE JUNE 1st $140.00 PER PERSON. $50.00 DOLLAR DEPOSIT NON REFUNDABLE. SPACE IS LIMITED. XBOX ONE RAFFLE. ZIP LINE, ROCK CLIMB, LEAP OF FAITH, ARCHERY, SPORTS TOURNAMENT & SCAVENGER HUNT.

Kid City Kids Camp 2016 - at Mount of Olives Church - Mission Viejo, C
Kids Camp at Mount of Olives Church Kid City is a summer half-day camp for kids preschool - 5th grade. Activities include crafts, snacks, games, music and mission. Two weeks of Kids Camp offered, children can attend one week. WEEK 1: July 11-15 WEEK 2: July 18-22 Kids Camp runs Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm with a special showcase on Friday from 12:00-12:30pm that parents are invited to so they can learn more about what their kids did at Camp that week! This summer, take your kids on a journey to learn how to... Listen to God | Talk to God | And even share their faith! We will hit the road with Paul and ask the same questions he asked while making some incredible discoveries along the way. Grab your gear, check your GPS and get ready to Walk This Way! Mission Emphasis: During Kids Camps this summer, we'll hold a SHOE DRIVE! Kids will spend time in the Missions Activity Room during their camp week where they'll learn about fighting poverty through the collection and distribution of shoes via Souls4Soles.org http://mookidcity.com/kidscamp

WLM Youth On A Mission Camp 2016 - undefined, MS
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SHARE! We are so excited this year the Lord has opened for mission camp here in Mississippi!!! For youth ages 9yrs - 14yrs old. We also have 2 Mission Service openings for ages 15yrs - 17yrs and 2 openings for Co-Counselors In Training 18yrs -19yrs old. We will be having it at Wauaway Springs Christian Retreat Center in Vossburg, MS and we are keeping the cost low. You can start paying deposits in January 2016! See our flyer for more information!

Nagsda Youth Camp 2016 - Scranton, PA
NAGSDA YOUTH CAMP MEETING Secure your spot by Registering Now -- http://nagsdayouthcamp2016.eventbrite.com MINIMUM AGE: You must be 11 yrs or older to attend this camp. Minors must be accompanied by a chaperon or responsible adult (21+) who assumes responsibility and accountability for both safety and behavior of the minor. DRESS CODE: Your dressing should reflect the professional nature of an Adventist Youth and Young Adult and should respect the principles of Christian modesty and simplicity. ROOMS: 2 people per room. All campers are required and highly encouraged to bring money to cover the key deposit of $20 per key. It will be the shared responsibility of the occupants of the room to maintain the security of the room and return the key in perfect condition. Deposits will be returned at check-out. LINEN/PILLOWS: It is your responsibility to bring your own pillow to the Youth Camp. None will be provided. Marywood University will be providing linens. However, please make it a point to bring white bedsheets, which will be used during Friday inspection program. NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION DEPOSIT: For all who are willing to come but do not have or cannot pay the full amount today, you can secure your registration with a non-refundable registration deposit of $50 payable to your...

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Baseball: The Milwaukee Brewers Academy - Patriots Hall
This is the official youth baseball/softball camp of the Milwaukee Brewers. In addition to 30 hours of professional-grade instruction, each camper will receive a full uniform, four tickets to a Brewers game, and a VIP Miller Park experience that will include meeting a current player. He/she will also participate in the Brewers Skills Competition with the top scorers competing on Champions Day at Miller Park. Camp is open to boys and girls ages 6-14 and runs M-F from 9am to 3pm. 2016 will be the fourth year of the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Academy. The Academy has earned the reputation as one of the finest baseball/softball camps in America. There is a family and friends discount available. Whenever two or more participants register at the same time, each will receive a $25 discount. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Players should wear athletic/baseball attire and bring a water bottle. **Note: this is a five-day camp. REGISTER AT: www.brewers.com/camps GRADES 1st - 9th LOCATION Patriots Hall INSTRUCTOR Milwaukee Brewers

Week Session: Robotics I - Pasitos School - Central
Girls and boys will enjoy the projects which incorporate STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) and Tinkering (learning by doing). Graduates of Kindergarten - 5th grade are welcome! Camp will be divided into groups of 8 children with one teacher. Topics of the camp: ● Robotics ● Programming ● Tinkering ● STEAM ● Team Work ● Leadership ● Entrepreneurship Learning objectives: ● Basic concepts of programming : events, commands, sequences of commands ● Basic Concepts of mechanics: simple machines, gears, pulleys, levers ● Intermediate concepts of programming; Program flow model, simple sensors (wait for) behaviors, decision ­making structures ● Real world solutions and engineering practices like: building solutions to real world problems, problem solving strategies, team work, and leadership Join us for week 2 for Robotics II. Both weeks with our award winning Robotics Guest Speaker and owner of LIKS.co! 408-510-0727

Animation Workshop Morning Session - Visual Art Institute
Experience an immersive two week animation workshop with artist Nathan Ratcliffe, a video game developer and creator and VAI alumni. This workshop will allow students to learn the complex, intensive, and rewarding process of creating a short animated film as a team. This is an amazing opportunity for teenage students to not only improve their concept of motion, but to learn technical and real-world skills. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops if they have them. This workshop will run from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Contact VAI for more information at (801) 474-3796. 801-474-3796

Knights and Princesses on Parade - Old Trail School
Proudly announcing a summer camp filled with magical things for every princess and knight! From kissing frogs, sitting on peas, to slaying dragons, campers will engage in many fun and exciting opportunities. Building castles, creating magic fairy dust, crafting a coat of arms, and designing a custom knight/princess costume are just some of the excitement this camp has to offer. We will cover all the knight and princess essentials, especially kindness and manners. The week will conclude with a Fairytale Festival for families and siblings to showcase the weeks creations! Instructors: Rachel Rich, BS, MEd, and Erin McNamara, BS, MEd, Old Trail School Early Childhood Program teachers 3306661118 x469

Lions, Tigers, and Bears! Oh My! - Villa Academy
Lions, Tigers, and Bears! OH MY! Come join Tasha Boldon for a week of nature and animals! We will be learning about animals through books, crafts, games, dramatic play and art! We will also be outside exploring nature, playing animal group games and one of the days we will walk down our campus trails that leads to Lake Washington! 206-524-7009

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