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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Collegiate Session 5 3rd-8th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Hawley Session 5: Explore the Great Outdoors III. Camp Collegiate is a fast-paced, fun-based learning experience that is meant to make summer days fly by with fun activities. Boys and girls in third through eighth grade spend their days with friends and counselors doing all of the typical camp things: swimming, cooking out on a camp fire, canoe trips, arts and crafts, having treats, horseback riding, games … and a lot of not-so-traditional things: feeding and caring for snakes and hamsters; studying ecosystems and astronomy; competing in science challenges; building woodworking and electronics projects. Fun off-campus trips will include canoeing down the Fall River, visiting the Oklahoma salt flats, going to Laser Quest, the Alley, Ice Skating, Tanganyika, the Sedgwick Co. Zoo, and All-Star Adventures. Kids often say that great memories are made in this camp and its one of the best parts of their summer! Each day at camp begins at 9:00 AM with a game of Capture the Flag and ends at 3:00 PM with a fun closing activity where the Happy Camper for the day is announced. With all the fun activities that this camp has to offer, its a tremendous value for the price. Please... 316-771-2289
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Tanako
Tanako Hot
 
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49.8 Miles
Address:
4301 Highway 290, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Fishing, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Joseph Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp
 
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Distance
52.23 Miles
Address:
5512 Ferndale Cut Off Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Free. 24 hour supervision. Effective discipline model. Also have 6 week local school program for grades 3-5. At risk.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community...
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Danville, AR Summer Camps

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Linda Hamilton, "Camping Activity Book for Families: The Kid-Tested Gu
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Centri Kid Camp - Boiling Springs, NC
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Kids 2 Camp Benefit Run - Stanwood, WA
Love running? Love Warm Beach Camp? Join us for a fun run to benefit Kids 2 Camp. The scholarships help kids come to camp who otherwise would not be able to attend. You can choose to run, volunteer, or just donate! Kids 2 Camp Benefit Run is a family friendly run/walk with 10K, 5K, and 1 mile courses through the beautiful Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center grounds. The Benefit Run Schedule: 7:00am - packet pick-up 7:30am - late registration 8:00am - 10k race starts 8:15am - 5k race starts 9:30am - kids 1 mile race starts 11:00am - lunch available for purchase Questions? Contact the Event Coordinator: Megan Blue at [email protected]

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River Monsters 1/2 Day - EcoAdventures
River Monsters Monday, February 22nd Whats the LURKING beneath the waters? Creature of the deep? Giants of the sea? Unleash monsters beyond your wildest imagination! If you DARE, come to this camp, face your fears and learn about river monsters and much more. Campers will learn all about cyrptids at this camp. Cryptozoology (from Greek , kryptos, hidden + zoology; literally, study of hidden animals) is a pseudoscience involving the search for animals whose existence has not been proven due to lack of evidence. The animals cryptozoologists study are often referred to as cryptids such as the Loch Ness Monster, Yeti, Bigfoot, unicorns, alien big cats, Chupacabra and more. Cryptozoology relies heavily upon anecdotal evidence, stories, and alleged sightings. Will we have any unusual sighting? You can count on it! Campers will make some cool crypto crafts and meet some of EcoAdventures own creatures of the deep. Campers DIVE IN if you DARE to our coolest, creepiest camp of all… River Monsters! (410) 279-5416

Session 2- Advanced Residential and Extended Day Camp - University of Maryland
This camp is an all-encompassing program specifically designed for the more serious soccer player. The focus here will be to challenge each individual to transfer what they have learned in the morning skill sessions and the afternoon small group tactics into the competitive full-field evening games. You will play on the same fields that the University of Maryland Mens Soccer Team utilizes. Typical Day for Residential / Extended Day Sessions (II) 7:00-8:00 AM - Breakfast at dining hall 8:30 AM - Extended Day Campers Arrive 9:00-11:30 AM - Technique development/skill games session (GKs separate) 12:00-1:00 PM - Lunch in dining hall and rest period 1:30 PM - Demonstration with Staff 2:00-4:00 PM - Small group tactics/7v7 tournament play 5:00-6:00 PM - Dinner in dining hall 6:30-8:00 PM - 11v11 Games 8:30 PM - Extended Day Campers depart 9:15-10:30 PM - Residents (movies/snacks/games) 11:00 PM - Lights out! 3013141035.0

Dont Try This (9-12) - Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Dont try this at home: the sequel! If you missed it last year, dont make the same mistake twice! This fun, mess-filled camp is making a comeback with more ooey-gooey, messy fun! Join in as we suds things up with wet-felting, get down and dirty in clay or turn up the psychedelic vibes with some tie-dye! Campers should bring lunch, drinks and two snacks (due to allergies, please make sure all food is peanut free) PFACs camps are led by one teaching artist per 12-15 students with assistance from Camp Counselors. If youre child may need additional assistance beyond what a teaching artist could provide, please let us know. Parents are always invited to stay in the classroom. 757-596-8175

April 19-May 17: Spring Mountain Biking - Mountain Kids!
Whether you are a novice or an intermediate rider, grab your mountain bike and get tuned up for some riding adventures! Learn how to ride single-track,trail etiquette for mountain bikers, smart riding and have lots of fun! We will meet at the La Tierra trails and ride from 3:45-5:30. Participants need a bike, helmet, and extra tube, water and a snack. 505-699-6230

Illustrating (4th-8th grade) - Art Unleashed!
Students will use basic drawing techniques to learn how to tell a story through pictures. While focusing on composition and design, students will explore how to communicate an idea through an illustration. Students will work with stories written by other students as part of the Grannie Annie project. At the end of the course, students will have the opportunity to submit an illustration for possible publication in Grannie Annie, Vol. 11. 314-628-1024

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