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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Advanced Showcase Class with Vic Browder - Sol Acting Academy Studio
For actors with experience on set and on stage, to work through scripted work with Vic Browder. Actors learn to apply exercise based work to scenes and monologues to create authentic, exciting characters and relationships that bring the story off the page and into life. 505-881-0975
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City of Norman Day Camps
 
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56.74 Miles
Address:
PO Box 370, Norman, Oklahoma 73070
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Counselor Training (CIT), Field Trips, Team Field...
NIKE Swimming Camps at University of Oklahoma
 
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57.08 Miles
Address:
, Norman, Oklahoma
The Nike Swim Camp at the University of Oklahoma is designed to help competitive swimmers improve their stroke technique so they can compete at...
Activities: Youth Programs
Northwest Optimist
 
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64.41 Miles
Address:
420 W Main St Ste 310, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Community Service, Drama, Drawing/Painting, Nature/Environmental Studies, Performing...
Sellers Camp
 
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64.41 Miles
Address:
420 W Main St Ste 310, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Ceramics/Pottery, Computer, Drama, Drawing/Painting, Field Trips,...
Southern Oaks
 
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64.41 Miles
Address:
420 W Main St Ste 310, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Ceramics/Pottery, Drama, Field Trips, Golf, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Point Guard College - Oklahoma
 
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64.58 Miles
Address:
, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
PGC provides an intense
Activities: Sports Camps: Basketball
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Summer Camp Registration Starts March 1 at 9AM! - Santa Barbara, CA
Mark your calendars! Parks and Rec summer camps open for registration at 9:00AM on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. How Do I Register? -------------------------- You can register for summer camp sessions in one of three easy ways: 1. Register online at SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Register 2. Call us at (805) 564-5418 to register by phone 3. Visit us at the Carrillo Recreation Center (100 East Carrillo Street; 805-897-2519), the Cabrillo Pavilion Bathhouse (1118 East Cabrillo Boulevard; 805-897-2680), or our Administrative Office (620 Laguna Street; 805-564-5418) Which Camp? ------------------ We're busy working on the Parks and Recreation activity guide for spring and summer 2016--it will be out early this year, available online beginning February 15 on our website, SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ParksAndRec. Look for descriptions and dates for all our summer camp offerings, including Tiny Timbers: Nature Camp for the Little Ones and lots of exciting other new camps for all age groups. Questions? --------------- Comment here, or send us an email at [email protected], or call us at (805) 564-5418. We're always happy to help!

Teen Writing Matters - A Summer Writing Camp! - Grass Valley, CA
July 6-10 One Session ONLY. Monday – Friday, 1 to 4PM Class limit 20, minimum 8 Students need to bring paper and pens Minimum age: 13 $200 members, $225 non members Will we sing campfire songs? No. Will we write similes about the smell of a campfire, or lengthy descriptions of that one camp counselor who wears knee socks and a fanny pack? Perhaps. Join Kirsten Casey for five days of writing delight: creating poetry, characters, flash fiction pieces, and more. We will write everyday from 1-4 using a variety of prompts, strengthening our attention to detail, sharing our work, and eating candy. Kirsten Casey400Kirsten Casey is a local California Poet in the Schools, who has been teaching creative writing to students in the area for over ten years. She earned her Masters in Creative Writing from San Francisco State, and you can find her work in the anthology Yuba Flows, and her own book of poetry, Ex Vivo: Out of the Living Body. As a teen, Kirsten kept a daily journal, wrote poetry and a play, and enjoyed quoting song lyrics. She loves working with teens because she feels like a teen trapped inside...

2015 Northeast District Youth Camp - Stevens, PA
Attention NEMOP Youth. Join us September 25th-27th for our 2015 district youth camp. Please come ready to be under the influence of the spirit of God. Speak with your local youth leaders for more information on this event. Can't wait to see everyone there. God bless. Atención NEMOP Juventud! Acompáñanos septiembre 25 a 27 para nuestro campamento de jóvenes del distrito. Por favor, venga listo para estar bajo la influencia del espíritu de Dios. Hable con sus líderes juveniles locales para más información sobre este evento. No puedo esperar a ver a todos en este gran evento. Dios los bendiga.

Summer Cooking Camp - Macon, GA
June 27-30 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm each day. Registration Ends on June 22nd. Students will be taught the Healthy Hands Cooking program. Our classes will focus on healthy recipes for snacks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Additional content will include kitchen safety skills, nutrition games, fun fitness activities, and more. Students will leave with the skills needed to work confidentially in the kitchen. This program is held for 3 hours a day over 4 days. Cost is $150 and includes a cookbook/workbook. Camp is limited to 10 students.

Retreat 2016: Endurance - Proclaiming the Everlasting Kingdom - Naches
Each year the WGBC youth and guests spend 3 days in fellowship and under intensive instruction in the Word. The program includes worship services, bonfire fellowship, games, and various activities. This is a unique opportunity to establish new friendships, renew the old, and serve each other. But the most important aspect of this retreat is the time during the services when young people will be united in worship. Another great blessing of this time is the opportunity to interact with our pastors who will be there with us the whole time. This year's theme: The book of Daniel was written to encourage the Jews in exile by revealing God’s program for them. They are reminded that God is sovereign over the affairs of all rulers and nations. A key aspect within the overarching theme of God’s kingly control is Messiah’s coming to rule the world in glory over all men (2:35, 45; 7:13, 14,27). All of the kingdoms of this world will come to an end and will be replaced by the Lord’s kingdom, which will never pass away (2:44; 7:27). Though trials and difficulties will continue for the saints up until the end, those who are faithful will be raised...

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Traveling Teen Camp (Jun 20-23, Grades 6-9) - Medinah Park District
Are you looking for something different to do this summer? Take a new adventure every Monday-Thursday and enjoy many Chicagoland hot spots! Past trips have included a Wrigley Field tour, downtown Chicago, museums, water parks, laser tag, Gameworks, IMAX, bowling, zoo, athletic events and more. Transportation and all admission fees to destinations included. One day a week will be spent at the park district participating in fun games, activities and guest speakers. Refunds will not be given once camp has started due to numerous field trip deposits that have to be made. Bring a sack lunch and drink every day. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Every camper will receive a camp shirt. Please make sure to note shirt size on registration form. Extra shirts are available for an additional fee. Our counselor to camper ratio is 10:1. Register for all 10 weeks prior to May 1 and receive $100 off. New this year is our weekly registration option for enhanced flexibility! The summer will end with an all-camp cook out on Friday, August 12. Registration & Payment Information:Summer Camp registration begins Monday, March 2. Register for all 10 weeks prior to May 1 and receive $100 off (Adventure Day Camp and Traveling Teen...

Kincaid Adventure Camp-Wilderness Skills 2 - Kincaid Outdoor Center
Wilderness Skills: Ever wondered how to survive in the wilderness? Have no fear, wilderness skills week is here! Children learn first aid, how to make a campfire, identify edible plants and shelter building. Camper drop is off from 12:30-1:00p, program time 1:00-4:00pm, camper pick up time is 4:00-4:30pm. AGE CATEGORY Elementary LOCATION Kincaid Chalet West Room at Kincaid Outdoor Center

Lacrosse Camps - Lacrosse Camp - Petaluma Community Center
Each day is filled with fundamental lacrosse skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction as well as games and competitions. These lacrosse camps offer beginner to intermediate players the opportunity to build a solid foundation. Boys and girls receive positive reinforcement throughout the day to help build proper warm-ups, footwork drills, catching, dodging, agility, passing, cradling, shooting, defense and game strategies. This is a great place to develop their individual skills in a fun and positive environment. NEW FEATURES: Personal Player Video, RSBQ Workouts, Confidence Builders Program, Daily Chalk Talks and Skill of the Day. For more information visit www.NationalAcademyofAthletics.com [/] LOCATION Lucchesi Turf Field INSTRUCTOR Aaron Locks

Hermosa Beach CIT - Restaurant Camp II - St. Cross Episcopal Church Kitchen
Kitchen Kids CIT program provides the opportunity for teens to develop leadership and culinary skills. This program is ideal for high school students who love helping younger kids and being in the kitchen. Being a Kitchen Kid CIT is fun and rewarding. Special roles include assisting culinary coaches with mini lessons at the start of each day, prepping ingredients, providing support to the younger chefs, supervising clean up, creating extra recipes throughout the week, organizing the farmers market day, and leading their own small group at the end of the week. CITs are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the regular camp day. Class Description for campers: By popular demand… Restaurant Camp II features the same great format of Restaurant Camp II, but features all new recipes! Campers can attend either or all sessions of Restaurant Camp this summer; Restaurant Camp I is not a pre-requisite of Restaurant Camp I.Calling all budding chefs, entrepreneurs, and restaurant enthusiasts! Open and operate your very own restaurant in Kitchen Kids popular Restaurant Camp! Chefs will tour the kitchen and front of house of a local restaurant, and immerse themselves in every step of the process: choose the concept and... 310-450-3462

Competitive Edge Field Hockey Camp 4th-8th, Session II - Francis W Parker
Field hockey camp combines fundamental skill work, scrimmage play and fun games to stimulate a love for the game and accelerate the athletes progress and success. Athletes work on dribbling, offensive moves, defensive skills, passing, hitting, sweeping, one-on-one attacking skills, one-on-one defensive skills, corner tactics and shooting. This camp is run by Competitive Edge. 773.797.5104

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