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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Sports Performance Training - STA Gymnasium
This program is suited for all athletes looking for overall and sport-specific training. The program is designed to enhance speed, agility, flexibility, explosiveness, strength and overall athleticism. Included in the program are three 1-hour morning workouts for 8 weeks with nutrition counseling. 816-501-0011
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Camp Wood YMCA
 
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Distance
25.73 Miles
Address:
1101 Camp Wood Rd, Elmdale, Kansas 66850
Set on 630 acres of Tallgrass Prairie. Camp Wood YMCA offers year round programming including residence camp and retreats and conferences.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Hope
 
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Distance
49.63 Miles
Address:
1315 SW Arrowhead Rd, Topeka, Kansas 66604
To provide a normal, active and safe camp experience where children can celebrate life while living with, through, and beyond the diagnosis of cancer....
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Field Trips, Fishing, Golf,...
Camp Live-A-Dream
 
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49.63 Miles
Address:
1315 SW Arrowhead Rd, Topeka, Kansas 66604
Camp is free to any child who has ever had cancer.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Emporia, KS Summer Camps

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Being Jewish on Campus - West Hartford, CT
Being Jewish on campus can be confusing. Many colleges offer a range of ways to enhance your Jewish experience - but college can also challenge some deeply held beliefs, especially with regard to Israel and international politics. This program brings 11th and 12th graders and their parents together with the experts in the field for a deeper conversation about what it means to be Jewish on campus. The program will feature: -Cafe Dilemma, a teens-only conversation with a professional young adult facilitator -A parent discussion with Stephanie Hausner, Director of Community Strategy for IAN - The Israel Action Network -A panel discussion by local college students Kindly RSVP to Stacy Jennings by Tuesday, November 1 to [email protected] or 860.737.6130 Event Committee: Melissa Weinstock, Chair - Staci Coelho - Robin Fierston - Caroyln Gitlin - Wendy Habelow - Charna Kaufman - Dana Keller - Robin Landau - Ellen Rosenberg - Judy Singer Presented by JTConnect and by the Jewish Community Relations Council, The Commission on Jewish Education and Leadership, and the Women's Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford

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Dinosaur Summer Camp - McAllen, TX
Enter the time machine…and explore the world from when dinosaurs roamed this land. Dig like an archaeologist, investigate fossils, learn dinosaur roars and touch real dinosaur bones! It’s a week of dinosaur and fossil-mania! NATURE DISCOVERY CAMPS A unique experience every week! A combination of indoor and outdoor adventure, games, wildlife exploration, scavenger hunts, science and art! ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED Ages 6-8 Dinosaur Camp Activity Number #263001.03 Please call 956-681-3370 for details. DATE: Session 3: July 19 - 22 Tuesday - Friday TIME: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. FEE: $50 Resident / $60 Non-Resident NOTE: Breakfast & Lunch included. Participants are also encouraged to bring a light snack, water, bug spray, hat, sunscreen and wear tennis shoes to camp.

Thanksgiving Week Teen Event - New York, NY
We'll be sharing hot chocolate and tea with families out viewing the Thanksgiving Parade Baloons on Wednesday night and then helping assemble Thanksgiving dinners early Thanksgiving morning. You'll be able to get home in time for family Thanksgiving dinner.

Teen Coding camp 2 - Saint John, WA
We have schedule a second computer coding camp for July 18 @ 1:00 for grades 6-12. Part 2 is a two-hour camp that introduces teens to robotics engineering with a line patterning RedBot. Teens will add to coding skills learned in Part 1 to instruct RedBot to follow simple to complex line patterns. Space is limited please prereqister online or at the library http://engagedpatrons.org/EventsCalendar.cfm?SiteID=8076

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Lets Go LEGO - Parkrose Club
Construct to your hearts content with everyones favorite building blocks. Campers will be given creative freedom as well as interesting challenges for engineering their structures. 503 232 0186

SAT Prep May - Burk 8
The SAT Prep Class at Loyola Blakefield is an intensive four-evening class that covers the Math, English, and Writing sections of the SAT. The class runs the Monday though Thursday before each SAT test and covers two days of math and two days of English/Writing. Topics include coverage of basic SAT curriculum, test taking strategies, and the completion of SAT test questions. The class runs evenings from 7 – 9:30 pm. Cost is $175. Class size is limited to twenty- five students per session. The math portion of the SAT Prep Class is taught by Mr. Jose Albornoz. Mr. Albornoz has been a mathematics teacher at Loyola Blakefield for the past thirty years. He has taught all levels of mathematics from 7th grade pre-algebra through Advanced Placement Calculus. 2015 -2016 will be his 31st year at Blakefield and his 7th teaching the SAT Prep Class. The English portion of the SAT Prep Class is taught by Ms. Kelly Christ. With a BS in English and Secondary Education from Towson University and an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Goucher College, Ms. Christ is entering her 16th year of teaching. This is her second year at Blakefield. Honored as one of Harford... 443 841 3328

Sports Performance Training - Elite Camp - STA Gymnasium
This program is suited for varsity-level athletes looking for overall and sport-specific training. The program is designed to enhance speed, agility, flexibility, explosiveness, strength and overall athleticism. Included in the program are three 1-hour morning workouts for 8 weeks with nutrition counseling. 816-501-0011

Pre-K Summer Fun Camp -Session III (Ages 4-5) - Wicoff Elementary School
Pre-K Summer Fun Camp - Session III (Ages 4-5) Full morning of interaction for social, cognitive, and physical growth in a fun, nurturing environment. Arts and crafts, games, local field trips, special events, and presenters! Registration is for full two-week session. All children must be potty trained to attend camp. Children who will be 4yrs old by 10/1/16 are also permitted to attend camp. Staff: Camp Director, Certified Teachers and counselors / 1 to 5 ratio After Wednesday, July 13th online registration will NO LONGER be available. Please call Recreation and Community Services for in person registration instructions 609-799-0909 ext. 1719. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is only open to children ages 4-5 years old not yet in Kindergarten. Child must be 4 by 10/01/16. Proof of age may be required. Registering ineligible children will result in removal from program and no refund. Open to residents of West Windsor or Plainsboro and children of Plainsboro based business employees. Non-residents can register after May 15th. If you are applying for Financial Assistance you cannot register online. Please call our office for instructions (609) 799-0909 x1719.For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation and Community Services at...

All Levels Handbuilding - Nina Williams - The Art Center
Not all beautiful ceramic work is thrown on a wheel! We will join slabs of clay into beautiful works of art using a variety of techniques and surface patterns. We will focus primarily on decorative and ornamental work this session. In addition to slab-built work, there will also be coiling and extrusion projects throughout the class. 970-243-7337 x2

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