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Summer Camps in Downey, ID

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Junior Day Camp - Camp Waubanong
Our Junior Camp program is for children ages 7-11 who wish to attend camp, but are not sure whether or not they feel ready to stay overnight. Junior Campers will arrive with day campers on the first Monday morning of the session, and should bring supplies to set up their own bunk (sleeping bag, toothbrush, a few changes of clothes, swim gear, towels), whether or not they will stay the night. Junior Campers will follow the same daily schedule as the Traditional Overnight Camp, with the exception that they will have a block of time following afternoon snack to decide whether or not they would like to stay the night, and time to communicate with their families or guardians about their decision. Families are charged on a per-night basis, so campers are welcome to stay as many or as few nights as they would like. These campers will have a bunk set up in a regular cabin group, so that the transition is seamless for them, should they decide to stay over. We ask that campers reach a final decision for that day by 3:30pm, so that we can plan for evening activities and breakfast, and families are clear about... (802) 490-5550
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NIKE Softball Camps at Idaho State
 
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34.65 Miles
Address:
, Pocatello, Idaho
Directing the camp is first year head coach Julie Wright. All levels of softball campers are welcome at this Idaho NIKE Camp...
Activities: Youth Programs
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Winter Break Kid Camps at Bitter Root Pottery - Los Angeles, CA
Winter Break Kids Session 3 January 4th - 8th (9am - 12pm) ($300/ per week) All camp classes are by reservation only, please email your inquiry along with a contact phone number reserve your classes as we fill up quickly. Camp daily classes are available upon request and availability. For Westfield Village Location: [email protected] For Beverly Grove Location: [email protected]

Teen Week One - Mauckport, IN
We are a ministry of Shawnee Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. We have the camp to see lives changed, families strengthened and the Lord glorified. Speaking for us this week will be Mike Ray from Napa, California. Be sure to preregister by March 17 to guarantee your group's spot! Follow the link below to access the proper forms! http://www.indiancreekbaptistcamp.com/cost-and-registration/

The Destroyer's Den Season 2 Event 6 - Greenfield, IN


Summer Karate Kid Camp - Fort Myers, FL
The Karate camp where the Martial Arts are emphasized and the kids actually learn karate! Japanese Karate lessons, Kid friendly weapons, Self protection skills, tournament training, Japanese crafts, field trips, friends and fun! No experience needed. Join us for one week or all summer long. The only "bored" you'll hear about is the "board" they get to break! Available weeks are: June 13, 20, 27 July 18, 25 August 1 Space is limited. Now accepting applications. Visit us at www.martialartsinftmyers.com for more information or call/text us at 239.482.4489

Teen Summer Camp (Ages 13-18) - Dallas, TX


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Art in Action K-4th - Evergreen Country Day School
This camp is all about moving around to make art. Well make paintings, prints, and drawings and each one will be rolled, smashed, stomped, dripped, thrown, sprayed, or melted. Perfect for those campers who want to make art with their whole body, move around, and be spontaneous. Each camper will come home with a collection of kinesthetic art papers made individually and collaboratively. Well get plenty messy as we truly explore the process of art, and discover art in action! With Ms. Allain 3036743400.0

Robotics 10:30 (6th-8th) - Palma School
Students will learn mechanical design, construction, programming, and teamwork skills in this exciting introduction to Robotics Invention System. 1-831-422-6391

NSC - Week 2 - DIAMOND SPORTS Week - Blaine - National Sports Center
AKA Diamond Sports week features daily instruction, plenty of hitting and fielding, games, including our coveted World Series Event, as well as a trip to see the Twins! Our staff is made of several high school and college baseball and softball players who are great at teaching their sport and who make Diamond Sports Week extremely fun. Featured Fieldtrip - Thursday, June 23 - Minnesota Twins vs. Philadelphia Phillies (first pitch 12:05pm) FYI - The actual day camp runs from 9am-4pm though kids are welcome to get dropped off as early as 7am and picked up as late as 6pm. There is so much activity between these hours! Contact us at with questions or by calling our office at 651.447.2454. Thank you! 651-447-2454

Skyhawks Soccer Ages 6-12 - Rotary Park
Developed over 30 years, this is the number one soccer camp for parents looking to introduce their children to the fundamentals of the worlds most popular sport. Using our progressional curriculum, your young athlete will gain technical skills and sport knowledge required for that next step into soccer. Designed for beginner and intermediate players, this camp focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting and ball control. Participants should bring water bottle, two snacks, running shoes, sunscreen and wear appropriate clothing. All campers will receive a T-shirt and soccer ball. LOCATION Rotary T-Ball Diamonds 1 at Rotary Park Rotary T-Ball Diamonds 2 at Rotary Park INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Academy

Weeks of Discovery Grades (PreK-5th) - Ethical Culture
WEEKS OF DISCOVERY is an exciting vacation break program filled with age-appropriate activities for children in Grades PreK – 5th. The program takes full advantage of a gymnasium and rooftop playground as well as the closeness of Central Park. Throughout the week, children investigate themes incorporated into art, science, and nature activities and share their discoveries with each other. These themes are expanded in other activities, including sports, games, music, movement, storytelling, drama, and cooking. Under the supervision of experienced counselors, children also go on special outings and adventures. Although each child is part of a smaller peer group of similar ages, every child is also a member of the larger group. This gives each child a different and special kind of social and learning experience. Children have fun, exciting days, but there is always time for relaxation, reflection, and individual pursuits. TYPICAL DAY * Music/dancing * Meeting * Activities (e.g., sports & games, arts & crafts, cooking projects, science projects, and playing outdoors). * Mid morning Story Break. *LUNCH *Second set of choice activities * Snack, Movie * Closing Meeting Clare Svedlow - Co-Director Eric Royo - Co-Director 212-712-6230

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