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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Boys Two Week Camp II - Camp Sancta Maria
The day at camp is set within the Catholic framework of a daily Mass and prayer service, but each year we welcome campers from all faiths. A two-week session at CSM has proven time and again to help build confidence and awareness that campers take home and to school. Spending two-weeks living, playing and praying with friends made on the basketball court or in the mess hall creates a bond that can last a lifetime. These friendships endure, even strengthen, during a winter at homes perhaps miles apart and are renewed year after year as campers grow together in their summer home, here among the nature and splendor of our 96 wooded acres. 231-546-3878
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Sky Ranch
 
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23.46 Miles
Address:
24657 County Road 448, Van, Texas 75790
Sky Ranch Christian camps has served youth and families for over 50 years by offering fun and character building summer camps, retreats and outdoor...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Religious...
Sky Ranch at Cave Springs Inc
 
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23.46 Miles
Address:
24657 County Road 448, Van, Texas 75790
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Nature/Environmental...
Sky Ranch at Ute Trail Inc
 
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23.46 Miles
Address:
24657 County Road 448, Van, Texas 75790
Activities: Archery, Horseback Riding (Western), Rafting, Backpacking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Kayaking,...
Growing Together Diabetes Camp
 
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Distance
46.53 Miles
Address:
PO Box 6400, Tyler, Texas 75711
A day camp with an emphasis on the diabetic child. Medical staff on site. Children sharing their life experiences.
Activities: Academics, Aerobics/Exercise, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
The Pines Catholic Camp
 
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Distance
48.57 Miles
Address:
300 White Pine Rd, Big Sandy, Texas 75755
The Pines provides quality experiences through programs that promote physical, intellectual, moral, and character growth.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Camp Gilmont
 
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49.07 Miles
Address:
6075 Sh 155 N, Gilmer, Texas 75644
Gilmont Camp & Conference Center is the premiere camp of East Tx. Our new Crain Conference Center is state of the art,equipped with wi/fi,integrated...
Activities: Basketball, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Fishing, Leadership Development, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Camp Langston
 
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Distance
53.02 Miles
Address:
50 CR 3227, Mt Pleasant, Texas 75455
Camp Langston was founded in 1951. At one time it was only a little boy’s wish and a grandfather’s promise. Known as Daddy Jack,...
Activities: Swimming Lessons Arts & Crafts Talent Shows Archery Riflery Horseback...
Adventure Kiowa
 
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Distance
55.89 Miles
Address:
, Anna, Texas
Including Lego Robotics
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Robotics
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End of Summer Camp Out - Camarillo, CA
Friday August 19, 2016 Community Center Park 1605 E. Burnley Street, Camarillo Join us for a family friendly campout featuring a local wildlife presentation, games, crafts, camp fire, entertainment, movie in the park, dinner & breakfast. Register early before this event sells out! Free gift at check-in! Registration $12 per person Children under 2 years old free!

Nagsda Youth Camp 2016 - Scranton, PA
NAGSDA YOUTH CAMP MEETING Secure your spot by Registering Now -- http://nagsdayouthcamp2016.eventbrite.com MINIMUM AGE: You must be 11 yrs or older to attend this camp. Minors must be accompanied by a chaperon or responsible adult (21+) who assumes responsibility and accountability for both safety and behavior of the minor. DRESS CODE: Your dressing should reflect the professional nature of an Adventist Youth and Young Adult and should respect the principles of Christian modesty and simplicity. ROOMS: 2 people per room. All campers are required and highly encouraged to bring money to cover the key deposit of $20 per key. It will be the shared responsibility of the occupants of the room to maintain the security of the room and return the key in perfect condition. Deposits will be returned at check-out. LINEN/PILLOWS: It is your responsibility to bring your own pillow to the Youth Camp. None will be provided. Marywood University will be providing linens. However, please make it a point to bring white bedsheets, which will be used during Friday inspection program. NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION DEPOSIT: For all who are willing to come but do not have or cannot pay the full amount today, you can secure your registration with a non-refundable registration deposit of $50 payable to your...

Free Summer Horse Day Camp for Kids, Week 8 of 9 - Lacomb, OR
This is not your typical day camp! Kids learn how to get big jobs done and earn big rewards through our framework of barn, garden, and community activities. Our mixture of work, learning, and play develops character, leadership, and real-world skills. Kids start the morning cleaning stalls and doing other jobs, then have a well-supervised fellowship lunch, then ride or do other horse activities in the afternoon. For the kids that are interested in doing other things doing the horsemanship time, we have interesting building or maintenance projects as well as gardening. Sometimes we have someone come share an aspect of their career, or we will go on a field trip to a business, and sometimes we need to go pick up hay or other donations as part of the camp day. Toward the end of the day as parents arrive, we usually do a short devotion that gives kids the chance to tell how they illustrated a positive characteristic that day. Parents and kids should attend a 90-minute tour and orientation prior to enrolling, you just call us and schedule a time. Participation is on a donation basis, we welcome parents to help out by volunteering, contributing financially, or...

St. Louis Youth Camp's Trivia Night - St. Louis, Missouri, MO
CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR REGISTRATION: https://campweloki.wildapricot.org/event-2109063 St. Louis Youth Camp’s presents our 7th annual trivia night! 100% of money raised benefits girls ages 8 – 18 to attend Camp Weloki. The event will be held at Mercy Hospital Conference Center on New Ballas Road. Doors open at 6:00pm, and trivia begins promptly at 7:00pm. Prizes will be awarded to the winning table. There will also be raffles, games and attendance prizes! Cost is $200 for an 8-person table or $25 per person ($30 per person at the door). Beer, soda and water are provided and we encourage you to bring your own food and beverages as well. A flyer with more information can be obtained at http://campweloki.com/events.html or call Erin Lynch at 636-530-1883 or by e-mail: [email protected]

Youth Camp Easter Breakfast Fundraiser - Bel Air, MD
Remix Youth would like to invite you, your family, and your friends Easter morning to our Youth Camp Breakfast Fundraiser! Our menu includes: pancakes, sausage gravy, biscuits, fruit, donuts, muffins, coffee, and juice. Youth Camp can be a life changing week for our teenagers! However, it can be a financial burden for some. The cost for camp this year is $275 per student. The cost includes travel, housing, meals, and secondary health insurance. We want to remove as many obstacles as possible that would prevent a student from attending camp. All donations received at our Easter breakfast will go toward students in need of financial assistance. Thank you for your investment into the lives of our Remix teens! And we promise you will leave full and happy. :)

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

LEGO CAMP-MINE, CRAFT ENGINEERING (Ages 7-12) - Alpharetta Community Center
Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO®! Build a motorized walking Creeper, a terrifying Ghast, and a motorized Minecart! This project-based camp, designed by Play-Well instructors, combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO®. (AGES 7-12/GRADES 3-5) COST:$167.50 Resident; $251.25 Non-Resident -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please be sure all personal items are clearly marked. No electronics or toys will be allowed at camp. AGE GROUP Youth LOCATION Gym 1

Lacey Camp (Outdoor) - REGULAR Session 7 - 2016 - City of Hanford
Grades: K - 12th This weeks theme "End of Summer Party / Talent Show Week" Parents, is your child ready to have fun and make new friends this summer? If yes, then bring your child to the coolest hot spot in town. The Lacey Park Day Camp is full of fun activities for children grades K thru 6th. This is an outdoor recreation camp. Campers will learn about the benefits of being physically active; as well as, having a healthy lifestyle in the outdoors. Each week campers will engage in various group games, art projects, participate in a talent show and weekly field trips to the Hanford Teen Center, Hanford Plunge and the local Library. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. A weekly food menu will be provided at request. If your child has a particular taste, you may consider bringing a sack lunch for your child. The park in the summer is hot, please send your child to the park with a bottle of water and sunscreen. Staff will provide an igloo of cold water for refills. Please have your campers wear comfortable play clothes and tennis shoes. Campers will go...

Junior Orchestra-Continuing Student - OCS Arts Center
* Continuing student registration ONLY * NEW students must contact the Arts Center to schedule a placement audition. A first orchestral experience for students who have completed at least one year of string instruction. The focus is ensemble playing and more advanced string technique. This class is also the next level for students participating in Beginning Strings. Director: Elise Gambrell 10 weeks 502-241-6018

Week VIII Rhythm and Stomp - Upper Elementary - Franciscan Montessori Earth School
Body drumming, bucket band, and instruction on a snare drum and drum set. Lots of group rhythm activities. 503-760-8220 x253

Gymnastics Camp Session 3 - City of Smyrna Parks and Recreation Department
Children will enjoy learning tumbling skills, arts and crafts activities, games and more. Children are provided a snack each day, but must bring a sack lunch as well. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Participants must have completed Kindergarten. Bring lunch everyday. ACTIVITY CATEGORY Fitness INSTRUCTOR Rita Matazinsky Julia Arenas

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