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Summer Camps in Eudora, AR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Late Start Freeride - Saturday - Infront of flag poles in Main Plaza
Late Start Registration - By invitation only. This registration DOES NOT include a Season Pass or lift ticket. Skiers and snowboarders with solid technical skills, interested in skiing mainly off-piste and advanced/expert terrain, looking to improve their riding in a fun, non-competitive environment. High emphasis on safety and decision-making, learning/reading the mountain, air/steeps, and technical skills. We like to hike if conditions allow, and we like to keep moving as a group. 360-663-3036

Latest Review for Holiday Hill Day Camp

Bad Experience
I used to go to this camp as a kid and now that I have my own daughter, I sent here to this camp as well. My sister, whom also attending this camp as a kid, pulled her kids out of this camp last year, stating that there was a lot of bullying and picking on kids and no accountability for this type of behavior. I decided to form my own opinion of the camp and sent my daughter there anyway. Low... Read More...


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Kid's Camp: Kids Sunny Greeting Cards - Rochester Hills, MI
Paper Source KIDS CAMP WORKSHOPS Est. 1983 *Classes are for ages 8 and up. *Please note length & time for each class. *Crafting can be messy! Please wear clothes that can get dirty. *Any of the kid's camp classes can also be scheduled as a private event for 5 or more. *Sign up for two workshops and get 10% off both seats!

2017 Teen Winter Retreat - Jackson, OH
Registration for the retreat will be held on Saturday, January 28, from 3– 4 p.m. and will dismiss at 10 a.m. on Sunday, January 29. The Teen Winter Retreat will feature many fun events, activities and programs. You will need to bring your completed health form and activity release form that is signed by your parent/guardian in order to participate. Please bring warm clothes and comfortable shoes as we will probably be taking part in some outdoor activities during the retreat. You will also need to bring your own, bedding, towels and bathroom supplies. Registrations should be submitted by Friday, January 20 to Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp. Registrations with payments should be mailed to Canter's Cave 4-H Camp at 1362 Caves Road, Jackson, Ohio 45640. For registration information visit: http://jackson.osu.edu/sites/jackson/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/FORMS/Teen%20Winter%20Retreat%202017%20Package.pdf

Youth Camp Fundraiser Cookbook Sale - Adamsville, AL
Church family our VCF Cookbook is in the final stages before being sent to the publisher. We have to place the order on 2/15/2016 and we nned a count of how many to order. Please invite all your, family and friends and coworkers to this event. All cookbook proceeds will go to Youth Summer Camp. The cookbook contains over 500 recipes ann is hard backed. THe cost is 15.00 and we will be proud to ship and shipping cost are 6.00. If you need this shipped please mail a check made payable to VCF at 2440 Minor Parkway. Adamsville, AL 35005

Campaign for Kids Holiday Silent Auction - undefined, VT
This is going to be a fun event! We are partnering with Community Hope and Action and West River Valley Thrives to bring you an evening of fun and community support. CHAC has been bringing you the Third Saturday free monthly dinners and concerts for the past year and on December 19 they have welcomed CFK to be there as well with a silent auction to raise money for our wonderful afterschool programs. Come see and bid on beautiful hand made items from local artisans as well as ski pases from Stratton and Mount Snow and many other treats and surprises! It is the season of giving and gratitude. Here is a fun way you can help ensure the future of these enriching programs for our kids, while also getting some of your holiday shopping done!

Kid's Camp - Kearney, NE
Let the kids hang out at Hy-Vee this summer! Kearney Hy-Vee’s Registered Dietitian, Kaiti George is hosting a kid’s camp for 4 days. Each Day will have a different theme of cooking, food experiments, nutrition lessons, and FUN!!! Recommended Age Range: (5-10 years old). Cost: $10/session Call (308) 236-0024 or email [email protected] to register! Children may sign up for these classes individually or for all 4 days. Monday, June 27th, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Fitness Foods Do you know all the great, nutritious things that can be found in the grocery store? Now is your chance to explore! In this class we will talk about fueling your body with healthy foods so you can run faster, play harder and be stronger! The focus of this class will be on fruits and vegetables! Tuesday, June 28th, 10:30a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ‘Sense’Sational Snacks In this class, we will create snacks that explore all of senses…sound, smell, touch and sight. Wednesday, June 29th, 10:30a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Stars And Stripes. In this fun-packed class, we will explore many of the red, white and blue foods! We will create a few dishes...

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NSC - Week 6 - AKA ARCHERY Week - Blaine - National Sports Center
***Note: this is the NSCs USA CUP Week - expect uncommonly busy parking and traffic this week*** Welcome to back to AKA Archery Week. Thanks to John "Jack" Wachlarowicz (SCV-MDHA Board of Directors & MN DNR Hunter Education Instructor) and his professional instructors and the MN DNR, this is a weeks opportunity of a lifetime for any kid!!! Not only do kids get tremendous instruction with Archery but we try to instill a greater sense of the outdoors and taking advantage of our nations parks! Featured Fieldtrip: Science Museum, St. Paul - featuring the National Parks Omni Movie attraction, Thursday, July 21. 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

(2007 ONLY) -OPEN TOALL TEAMS/ORGANIZATIONS) 8 Week Skills Progression Clinic - Arcadia Ice Arena
Registration will not be complete until payment is made in full. First come first served. Due to our policies and upfront cost for the ice and staffing no refunds will be permitted, no exceptions. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PLAYERS SCHEDULE WEEKLY VIA OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR. PLEASE NOTE OCCASIONALY TIMES/DATES CHANGE BASED ON OUR ICE AVAILABILITY. HERE IS THE LINK FOR OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR: www.hockey-2.com/calendar.html We thank you for understanding. 2007 Tues and Fridays 5:00P-6:15P Dear 2007 families, Your son/daughter has been selected to be a part of a very special spring training program, one that will gather some of the best players for each age group to participate in a 8 week intense program. Our goal is to push these elite players to perform under strict guidance and instruction, sustain high competition from within the group--all in a structured environment. This will be very demanding, challenging and rewarding for our boys. This program is designed for advanced players only. First 30 players invited to sign up will be accepted. Players will receive the following: • professional teaching • jersey & socks • professional equipment manager • game stats • games will be filmed I look... 602-388-2112

Back to School Boot Camp (2nd-3rd grades) - 801 Magnolia
Back to School Boot Camp: Second and Third Grade CurriculumGet your mind and body fit for the school year with this unique experience. Join Mr. Chad Hamilton and Mr. Ben Spencer, both credentialed teachers, for their Back to School Boot Camp! The program combines academic tutoring and athletic activities. Reading, writing, and math skill building will be alternated with athletic activities to prepare incoming second, third, fourth, fifth & sixth graders. All curriculum will be aligned with Common Core Standards. Students will be given optional homework, needed literature and academic materials. Parents will be given an opportunity to share their childs needs prior to the camps introduction so curriculum can be individualized. Students will use the athletic activities and games to guide academic projects. Think calculating averages, graphing and sport related literature. Boot Campers will receive one-on-one and small group instruction! Be ready for the 2016/2017 school year! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This camp session is intended for entering second and third graders only. LOCATION 801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing at 801 Magnolia INSTRUCTOR Ben Spencer & Chad Hamilton

Camp Sunrise Week 2 - Rider Center
Extend your day to include more exciting camp activities with your new friends. Join us for quiet morning activities in Camp Sunrise or continue the fun in the afternoon with Camp Sunset. Plenty of additional creative projects, games and sports are planned to fill each day. 847 695-0309 x259

Creative Campers Summer Camp: Farm Animals - Douglas Park Building
Weekly Theme: Farm Animals Creative Campers is run by our experienced toddler class instructors. The program offers an excellent way for younger children to experience a day camp in a safe environment. Activities includes art, science, music, cooking, indoor and outdoor play, and more based on a weekly theme that is designed for creativity, fun, and friendship! Please bring a snack, lunch, and water. This camp is for kids only - no parents please. $25 nonrefundable material fee payable to instructor on first day of camp. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRIORITY ONLINE REGISTRATION (for Santa Monica Residents only) runs March 2 (6 am) through March 8. Non-resident registration opens March 9. REFUNDS - Refunds will be issued with medical documentation or if requested at least 5 calendar days prior to the first meeting. Refunds will be prorated. A $15.00 processing fee applies for each activity session refunded. Requests must be made in writing to the Program Supervisor in person or by fax (310-899-0840), mail, or email ( ). Material fees are not discountable and are nonrefundable. REFUNDS FOR DUPLICATE/MULTIPLE ENROLLMENTS resulting from multiple registration submissions (at one or more offices or via...

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