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Summer Camps in Evarts, KY

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Week 4 - Kickers Camp - Whitby School
Arrival from 8:45 a.m. You can drop off in the front lot and walk onto the field Pick-Up at 11:00 a.m. from the field 203-274-5367
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Buffalo Mountain Camp & Retreat Center
 
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60.37 Miles
Address:
PO Box 2506, Johnson City, Tennessee 37605
Sharing the love of Christ, in the glory of God's creation.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Camp Dickenson
 
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60.37 Miles
Address:
PO Box 2506, Johnson City, Tennessee 37605
Camp Dickenson is a place where people of all ages can experience God through creation, recreation, and community.
Activities: Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Music,...
Camp Lookout Inc
 
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60.37 Miles
Address:
PO Box 2506, Johnson City, Tennessee 37605
Come experience the joys of creation through exploration at Camp Lookout.
Activities: Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Caving, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Hiking,...
Wesley Woods UM Camp
 
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60.37 Miles
Address:
PO Box 2506, Johnson City, Tennessee 37605
Small group Christian living in the Smoky Mountains. Noncompetitive, caring atmosphere. Many specialty camps for youth.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Caving, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Evarts, KY Summer Camps

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Teen Theatre Camp - Edinburg, VA
Campers will learn and explore the different aspects of theater including performance, production, stage managing, and directing. They will participate in theater exercises, games and perform on stage. Performance topics include auditions, monologues, improv and musical numbers. The week culminates in a performance at the conclusion of the last day. Campers should bring a packed lunch. Registration is through Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation - www.scpr.infor

Kid Fit Camp- Southeast YMCA - Huntsville, AL
Get your kids away from the TV, computer, and video games. This summer the YMCA wants to help your child discover the FUN OF FITNESS! Class Description Sports such as soccer, volleyball, basketball, pickle ball and other fun fitness games every day! Strength training activities with a certified personal trainer! Fun lessons on health and nutrition with a registered dietitian! Wednesday field trip to Camp Cha-La-Kee from 9am-5p to participate in traditional fun outdoor activities such as: Canoeing, paddle boarding, kayaking, swimming and having fun on the Blob (picture attached)! Program Information Cost is $130– YMCA members, $155– Non YMCA members (cost includes bus ride to Camp Cha-La-Kee on Wednesday) Ages to register: 6yrs-12yrs old Dates and time: July 13th-July 17th, 9am-1p, Wednesday 9am-5p Campers will receive a t-shirt, ribbon, and certificate Sign up at the Front desk! For more information call 256-883-9622! Campers need to bring a lunch every day except Friday! Kids will help to make smoothies and other healthy lunch items!

Survivors Supporting Survivors (teen support group) - - Meridian, ID
Survivors Supporting Survivors TEEN SUPPORT GROUP This group is designed to offer an opportunity for the teens to talk about the struggles of a cancer diagnosis without becoming a counseling group. We set the table in a variety of way to help the healing process happen much faster. We guide them in real life challenges and allow them to discuss and support each other in ways you don’t see in normal life. Come prepared for an outdoor farm experience: dress weather-appropriate! It's gonna be jammed packed with exercises on great communication, problem solving skills and fun team building moments that bond these teens together. When: Monday, October 24th, 2016 Time: 6:00PM- 8:00PM Where: Farmstead Corn Maze (The Farmstead 1020 S. Rackham Way Meridian, ID 83642) Who: Any young adult between the ages of 13-18yrs who has been diagnosed with cancer. (Your children do NOT need to have participated in camp or our Survivors Supporting Survivors support group to attend) Cost: FREE Please RSVP to Amy [email protected] Learn more about camp and the programs offered year round at www.CampRainbowGold.org

Youth Water Slide @ Camp Canaan - Marquand, MO
It's water slide time students! We have the associational camp water slide rented out for 2 hours. So invite a friend and come ready to have a blast! Vans will be running, but I need you all to sign up this upcoming Sunday and Wednesday.

Falcon Youth Camp - Falcon, NC
http://nciphc.com/falconyouthcamp has all the info but here are the highlights. Primary (1st-3rd grade) 6/9-12, Elementary (4th & 5th) 6/12-16, High School (8th-12th) 6/16-19, Middle School (6th-8th) 6/19-23. Plenty of activities and services! Many of our members are FYC Alumni! Early Bird registration is due to Pastor Jonathan on 5/8 by 1pm. The cost is $135 per child, but BPHC is covering $100 of the cost!

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Intergalactic Mission - Venice Lutheran School
Outer Space Adventure with Us and Learn Spanish. Enter the time machine once again and leave earthly worries behind because there is no time like the future to discover what awaits us in other galaxies. Its a strange world of changing realities and campers learn all about how to survive by using their senses. Campers transform into aliens with unique features and devices that help them thrive in outer realms of space. Campers play active & quiet games, create, sing songs, act, dance, cook and discover the joys of learning Spanish while playing sports too. Theme vocabulary includes colors, counting, verbs, nouns, adjectives to describe the power of our senses. Celebration Day Wednesday (participation optional) Campers express their alien spirit with their absurd alien ­inspired hairdo. During camp choice time campers find their alien ‘relatives according to hairstyle and create their unique alien group ‘Survival Guide. Notes: There may be options for arranging late pick up the same day. You will be notified of these options the week prior to camp start. A $20 fee will apply and payment is due to counselors at pick up on that day. 323-309-8420

U16 Training Academy Outdoor Session 1 - Gladchuck Field Hockey Complex
Primary Outdoor Season (March - August) DO NOT need to be affiliated with Amherst FHC to particpate in 2016 Two 10 practice training sessions will be offered for U16 and U19 ** Two 8 practice training sessions will be offered for U12 and U14 ** Must be affiliated with Amherst FHC via USA Field hockey to particpate in this season in 2017 413-504-8539

Tuesday - Volleyball Clinic - Multi-Service Center
This clinic will teach your child the skills to play Volleyball. They will learn the rules and regulations of the sport to help them become a better player. Students will simulate game-like settings. Interest in this enrichment could potentially form a team for HoLa for motivated players. Students will be escorted to the Multi-service center. Parents need to pick up at the Multi. @4PM SHARP. (201) 427-1458

CSI-Crime Scene Investigations! - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
Learn how science is used to solve crime by using experimental techniques in a laboratory-based setting. Participants will analyze evidence such as hair, fibers, fingerprints, blood, and blood splatter. Death and decay, shoe impressions, handwriting, and ink analysis will also be studied. Participants will learn laboratory-based techniques used to solve crimes. 814-898-6871

Rhythm Tap and Technique - Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center
This class is for tap students interested in transforming Broadway style tap combinations into syncopated rhythms. Each class will include a warm-up, floor progressions and combination focusing on technique, weight shifts, precision, lightness and musicality, giving students an opportunity to strengthen the quality of their tap sounds and expand their tap vocabulary. Instructor: Tina Leak 910-341-7860

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