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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Punched Tin Mobiles with Eva Scopino (Ages 7-12) - Young People
Design, cut, punch and color metal foil birds, leaves or other shapes. Well hang them from a stick with string to make a wonderful mobile. All materials included. 2035624927 x14
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Sound View Camp
 
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8515 Kphs, Longbranch, Washington 98351
105 acres located on beautiful Puget Sound. Faith based programs with one of the NW's largest challenge courses. A wonderful place to relax....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback...
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Cosmopolis, WA Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

2nd Annual Kid's Football Camp! - Dublin, VA
Please see the attached flyer for the camp, it has all of the information about the event!

Cornerstone Kid's Camp - Madison, TN
This summer will be one for the books. 1st-5th graders are invited to join us for our 2015 Kid’s Camp. We will be spending a week in Crossville, TN at a beautiful camp ground. Each day is filled with swimming, hiking, fishing, group games, archery and much more. Every night we have special services specifically designed to speak into their young lives. Not only will they have a great fun-filled week of team building and new friendships, but their spiritual lives will be strengthened by the power of the word, scripture memorization and praise & worship. If you have any questions, please call the church office and ask for the Children’s department. Don’t let your kids miss out on this amazing summer. Time – Monday (drop-off 7am) to Friday (pick-up 1:30pm) Location – Crossville, TN Ages – 1st to 5th grade Cost – $195 due by June 24th

ARKLA Teen Prayer Conference - Mountain Pine, AR
We need to know who is interested ASAP so we can plan fundraising, travel, etc... The 2016 Teen Prayer Conference will be held at Camp Yorktown Bay in Mountain Pine Arkansas and is sponsored by the Arkansas-Louisiana Prayer Ministries Department. Teen Prayer Conference is for any students in grades 7-12. The cost is $65 per person and includes lodging, five (5) meals and a Teen Prayer Conference t-shirt. http://www.arklaprayerministries.org/teen

Camp JAM's jammin kids Cheer, Dance, and Acting Camp - Atlanta, GA
Parents gear up for an AMAZINGLY fun Spring Break. JAM Inc presents "jammin kids" Cheer, Dance, and Acting Camp, April 4th-8th. Camp will take place from 9am-4pm with the option of early drop off and late pick up. Your child will either learn a cheerleading or dance routine, a skit, or a combination of the three amongst other cool activities. Registration is $20 and tuition is $80 for the week. Camp fees include uniformed class attire, snacks, and a special gift to take home at the close of camp. Located at MacNificent Events center off Fulton Industrial Blvd. Contact Alberta Lyons by phone: (770)940-7256 or email:[email protected] for information on how to register. Are you ready to JAM?

Summer Camp Cascadia 2016 - Klickitat, WA
What would it take to harness the collective wisdom, resources and desires embodied in the New Culture community? This year at New Culture Summer Camp Cascadia, we will be exploring our creative edges, expanding our comfort zone, and integrating the skills, knowledge and intuitions of participants to co-create an experience that is unique, alive, and transformational. We are inviting talented facilitators and presenters to join us in our experiment as we also open up the programming to respond directly to the desires of the group in the moment. What will arise? What will we create? What new discovery will we uncover as we practice together being fully present in our bodies and in community? Each day will include ZEGG-style Forum for connection and transparency. Together we will cultivate connections, empower personal and social change, support healing, and explore love & freedom of choice. There will be plenty of space to go for a hike, sit by the fire and create a cultural revolution from the inside out. Registration opens March 1st. See our website for more info. www.ncnw.us

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Invention Convention - Winter Session - Adams Elementary
Held in Computer Lab. Using Lego Mindstorms robots, Terraformers software, Circuitry, Solar Kits, Keva Planks, Rocketry, Technology and do-it-yourself projects, our curriculum challenges kids to design and construct 3-D innovations individually and as a team. This is a full year STEAM program (science, technology, engineering, art, math) with all new lessons for fall, winter and spring sessions that do not repeat. Design a star wars robot and Mars Rover, program an adventure in space, construct a solar robot, test out circuitry, build a castle, bridge or dragon…and lots, lots more! Students acquire a basic knowledge of geometry, physics, technology, programming, circuitry, energy, sculpture, art and design. In addition to logical thinking, our program stimulates students thinking in a different way to generate innovations from their own imagination and discover their creative talent. What invention will your child come up with? Winter Classes: 1/14/16 1/21/16 1/28/16 2/4/16 2/11/16 2/18/16 2/25/16 3/3/16 3/10/16 3/24/16 NO Classes: 3/17 PC 3/31 SB 805-570-1988

Africans in Diaspora - Fieldston
Only open to students who are currently enrolled in Fall 2015 session The Africans in Diaspora Club will expose students to a variety of cultures while also looking at the many ways that Africa and its people have influenced the broader world. Students will have the opportunity to read, and critically discuss, Margy Burns Knights book, Africa Is Not A Country, with the intent of dismantling stereotypes and developing an appreciation for Africas diverse people, histories, colors, languages and foods. Additionally, students will be actively engaged in the process of learning, playing, dancing, eating and organizing. There is a strong possibility that there will be an international trip (during Spring Break 2016) connected to this club. Club time will be used to prepare for the trip. 212-712-6230

The Short Films Studio - The Evergreen School
Take a seat in the directors chair as you learn how to construct high-quality cinematic experiences. Youll learn how to plan, shoot and edit video like the pros as we cover camera operation, storyboards, shot types, framing, and editing with Adobe Premiere. Throughout the week, you will work with a small crew to produce a number of short films in a variety of styles. 206-957-1533

Rookies Multi Sport - Cross Timbers Middle School
Bowmen Rookies is an introduction to team sports designed for players of all skills and abilities. Program time will focus on fun-based games and drills. These fun drills and games are used to reinforce the fundamentals and rules for Basketball, Soccer and T-ball. Bring a water and athletic shoes. 8179293333.0

Level 1 - James Mastraeini - The Loft - iO West
In this class you are introduced to all the fundamental skills of improvising, while improving your ability to listen and explore the power of building off of other peoples ideas. Level 1 is a survey of the entire program, exposing you to the elements of scene work and the various skills involved in creating well-acted, comedic improvisation. Passing Criteria: Students must demonstrate that their listening has improved over the course of the term and that they are willing to build off of their partners ideas, in addition to having gained some proficiency with the technical aspects of actually doing so on stage. Attendance at 5 of 7 of your scheduled classes, regardless of make-ups. (323) 962-7560

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