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Summer Camps in Crossville, TN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Ninja Zone - White - Show-Me Gymnastics
Ninja White 1 Ages 4-6 Wednesday: 5:05 - 6:30 PM Saturday: 10:05 - 11:30 AM ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ninja White 2 Ages 6-8 Monday: 6:35 - 8:00 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ninja White 3 Ages 8-11 Wednesday: 6:35 - 8:00 PM Saturday: 11:35 AM - 1:00 PM (573) 443-3547
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John Knox Center
 
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24.16 Miles
Address:
591 W Rockwood Ferry Rd, Ten Mile, Tennessee 37880
On the shores of beautiful Walls Bar Lake.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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Crossville, TN Summer Camps

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Youth Football Camp - South Holland, IL
Ninety10 Sports partners with USA Football for a Fundamental Youth Football Camp: Learning FUNdamentals of the game, to build a strong foundation, for success.

Kid's Camp Sew a Pencil Case - Pace, FL
Learn to make something useful and fun. The pencil case is lined on the inside and can be embelished any way the student wants. Zipper closure and washable. They will be so proud to show them off. $20.00 for the class includes everything. We will provide a break and snack as well. Class specials are pay for 3 classes and the 4th is half price or pay for 6 and 7th class is free.

Kid's Camp- Paint Your Own Pottery Anime Theme - Jenkintown, PA
Paint your own pottery- Anime Theme mug- $25, Ages 8+. Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545

Kid's Clay Camp Session 1 - Alto Pass, IL
Kids' Clay Camp for children ages 6-12 runs each day from 9AM to Noon. Participants will make four fun projects in 5 days, and can pick up fired projects two weeks after the end of camp. Cost is $125, which includes all materials. To register, contact us at 618-697-4258 or [email protected]

Dystopia Rising: Indiana January 2016 Event - Greenfield, IN
Welcome to our first event for Season 3 can you survive.... we shall see!

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Angel Island Camp: Seahorse(Heroes June 27-July 1) - The Ranch
Seahorses: Superheroes Theme Grades: entering 3rd-4th This is a fun and safe environment which promotes creativity and self-awareness through activities, games and songs. This camp focuses on developing friendships and working as a team. Campers will gain an understanding of the importance of self-esteem and respect. Seahorse campers will have an 8:1 camper to staff ratio. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please bring daily: Sunscreen, jacket, closed toed shoes, lunch and snack. Meeting Location: In San Francisco: In front of the Cost Plus World Market located at 2252 Taylor St, San Francisco In Tiburon: The grassy park behind the Tiburon Library located at 1501 Tiburon Blvd ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY 3. Camps GRADES 3rd - 4th LOCATION Angel Island State Park INSTRUCTOR Bryan Vitale

Bay Bounders (Week 6 AM) - Flight Phenomena - NESS
Birds, bees, butterflies, and even some plant seeds are professional flyers. Explore the science behind flight by looking at animal wings and feathers under microscopes, going on a bird hunt, testing seed floating abilities, and engineering your own parachutes, kites, and wind tube flying contraptions. See how a sail can act as a giant wing as you get a taste of sailing on a Sonar! Look to water to see what animals fly underwater and go boogie boarding to fly on waves. Includes: taste of sailing, boogie boarding microscopes, 1 boat trip, & snorkeling 860-535-9362

Coed Field Hockey Day Camp - Siena College - Marcelle Athletic Complex & Fields
Siena Saints field hockey invites you to a fun, yet intense, camp designed to help you get ready for your season. We will help you improve your fundamental skills while you work to learn new elements of the game of field hockey that will take your game to the next level. Whether you are an elite player or trying out for your team for the first time, we want to help you reach your goals. This camp is for boys and girls ages 13-17, the cost is $320 per camper. A 15% discount is available to groups of eight (8) or more campers that must be done online with a group discount code. No additions will be allowed after the initial submission of a group. A 10% sibling discount is also available. ***The Generation S Club membership promotion MAY NOT be combined with the group discount.*** Online registration will end ONE WEEK before the start of camp. After that time, all registrations will be considered walk up on the first day of camp and space CANNOT be guaranteed. (518) 782-6454

Once Upon a Time July 11-15 - Summit School
"Once Upon A Time..." A camp to promote literacy and encourage imagination Rising 1 and 2 July 11-15 Kim Fansler In this camp reading, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, art, cooking and drama will all be taught using various versions of classic fairy tales. We will give the children the opportunity to build the houses the three little pigs built. They will make the gingerbread houses that Hansel and Gretel found in the woods. They will plant the magic beans that Jack used to grow the magical beanstalk. They will dress up as characters and act out favorite scenes. They will get to paint and decorate enchanted castles. (336) 722-2777

Little Artist & Engineer -Kinder, Spring Session - Brandon Elementary
This class includes all new projects each session. Kindergarteners discover both art and engineering through fun, hands-on and engaging projects geared for the young inquisitive mind. Students gain self-confidence and problem solving skills as they learn to draw, paint, sculpt, and collage while using artist quality media! They develop cognitive thinking and spatial skills as well as an understanding of cause and effect using KNEX Transportation, Early Simple Machines and Keva Planks, to construct 3-D models, learn about simple machines, the tools used to work on machines and their functions. 29 Classes for School Year: 9/14/15 9/21/15 9/28/15 10/5/15 10/12/15 10/19/15 10/26/15 11/2/15 11/9/15 11/30/15 12/7/15 12/14/15 1/11/16 1/25/16 2/1/16 2/8/16 2/22/16 2/29/16 3/7/16 3/14/16 3/21/16 4/4/16 4/11/16 4/18/16 4/25/16 5/2/16 5/9/16 5/16/16 5/23/16 NO Classes for Parent Conference or Holidays: 11/16 PC, 11/23 Thanks, 1/4, 1/18 MLK, 2/15 Pres D, 3/28 SB 805-570-1988

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