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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Super Hero/Princess Art Camp - OCS Arts Center
Campers will get together with other princesses to make a fashionable new ensemble for ruling their realm! They will make princess jewelry and jewelry box, a princess skirt and even their own mini castle out of clay! OR Campers will learn to be a super hero while creating their own super outfit. Faster than a speeding bullet......stronger than steel.......or even invisible? They will make their ultra identity and outfit, utility belt, and special tools for their power and even make an arch-nemesis out of clay. Instructors: Joan and Michael Liles This camp may be combined with: Aristocats Kids, Combined Cost: $300 *** A minimum $50 deposit each camp is due at sign-up (non-refundable). *** The remaining balance is due by first day of camp. 502-241-6018
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Frontier Camp
 
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39.65 Miles
Address:
131 Frontier Camp Rd, Grapeland, Texas 75844
An exciting, quality, Christian camp in beautiful East Texas where your child is more than a number.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking, Riflery,...
Cedarbrook Camp Texas
 
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58.58 Miles
Address:
391 County Road 333, Rosebud, Texas 76570
Christ-centered camping. Relationship building with peers and staff. Skill building opportunities. Traditional outdoor activities. Beautiful 300 acre wooded facility. Separate weeks girls-boys.
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Fairfield, TX Summer Camps

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Give the Gift of Music - Fundraising Campaign - Denver, CO
We are launching this Campaign on #GivingTuesday - The Global Day of Giving! 1. ) Visit one of the fabulous Bars/Restaurants/Venues below! Ask for a Guitar Pick, Donate $1 or MORE, Write your name on it, and it will be hung somewhere on the wall for the month of December! Every contribution – one dollar at a time – helps Youth on Record deliver our powerful programs to the community. Music Matters! Give the Gift of Music this holiday season! #musicmatters #youthonrecord #giftofmuscyor Goosetown Tavern The Squire Lounge Larimer Lounge Lost Lake Renegade Brewing Company 2. ) Bands who are contributing this month King Cardinal - December 12th show - all proceeds going to YOR

Fundraiser for Great Lakes Burn Camp for Kids in Honor of Sarah Jean G
$20.00 admission includes Spahgetti Dinner, Entraintment, 50/50 Raffle and Aunction.

Blackwatch Teen Adventure: By Virtue Of - Burlington, MA
Strength? Will? Compassion? What drives you to explore the Nightlands? Cling to it as you delve back into the dangers of another Blackwatch Adventure. Pre-registration and costuming required for this interactive adventure. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $30/person pre-registration (24 hours before event) required at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800. Late registration on the day of the event will incur an additional $5 fee.

Zumbathon® - Send A Kid To Camp campaign - Towson, MD
Proceeds go to the Y's Send A Kid To Camp campaign.

Indy District Teen Camp 2016 - Camby, IN
Cost? $95 (Scholarships available) Housing? Camp Dorms Sign-up by: May 18th Payment? Checks can be made out to : “Martinsville 1st Church of the Nazarene” Registration: Fill out Registration form (see link) Questions? Contact: Travis Barnett, Associate Pastor [email protected] Indy District Teen Camp is a Christ-centered camp with engaging worship from experienced worship leaders, learning through sound Biblical teaching and Bible study, community in Small Groups, and free time to enjoy the facilities at Camp Camby. Indy District Teen Camp is designed to lead teens to a deeper relationship with Christ. Indy District NYI hopes that each person leaves the camp experience changed - not merely because of talented worship leaders & bible based teaching - but because they have been with Jesus. Indy District Theme Camp 2016 will present students with Jesus' request to follow him with abandon (Matt 16:24). We will explore what it looks like to give in to what God wants for our lives and how to experience surrender and victory simultaneously. Students will know that despite our desire for total control over our lives, surrendering our lives to God’s control is...

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Day Camp #2 - Maxwell Field - Turf
A fun-filled opportunity to improve your skills and get to know the Cal Womens Soccer team. Join us for our Day Camps where we emphasize the technical pillars of soccer as well as teamwork to build upon our campers soccer foundations. Our Day Camps are geared toward local players of a variety of age and skill levels, while grouping players accordingly. Our goal is to give our campers the best overall soccer experience to inspire them as they pursue their soccer careers. Full Day Camp Schedule Monday-Thursday* 8:45-9:00 Check-in at Maxwell Field 9:00-10:30 Warm-up and Session I 10:30-10:50 Snack/Break 10:50-12:00 Session II 12:00-1:00 Lunch 1:00-2:40 Warm-up and Session III 2:40-3:00 Snack/Break 3:00-3:45 Scrimmage 4:00 Check-out at Maxwell Field Friday 8:45-9:00 Check-in at Maxwell Field 9:00-10:30 Warm-up and Session I 10:30-10:50 Snack/Break 10:50-12:00 Session II 12:00 Check-out at Maxwell Field Half Day Camp Schedule same as above, except check-out is at 12 everyday 5103255391.0

Week 8 - Olympics - Episcopal Day School
What better way to ring in the 2016 Summer Olympics than with an Olympics of our own! Campers will get to learn all about the sports and activities that make up the summer olympics and conclude the week with our own camp olympics! 7067331192.0

Week Session: Robotics I - Pasitos School - Central
Girls and boys will enjoy the projects which incorporate STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) and Tinkering (learning by doing). Graduates of Kindergarten - 5th grade are welcome! Camp will be divided into groups of 8 children with one teacher. Topics of the camp: ● Robotics ● Programming ● Tinkering ● STEAM ● Team Work ● Leadership ● Entrepreneurship Learning objectives: ● Basic concepts of programming : events, commands, sequences of commands ● Basic Concepts of mechanics: simple machines, gears, pulleys, levers ● Intermediate concepts of programming; Program flow model, simple sensors (wait for) behaviors, decision ­making structures ● Real world solutions and engineering practices like: building solutions to real world problems, problem solving strategies, team work, and leadership Join us for week 2 for Robotics II. Both weeks with our award winning Robotics Guest Speaker and owner of LIKS.co! 408-510-0727

PICKWICK PLAYERS DANCE - Midland Community Theatre
Available for Current Pickwick Players students only. Class includes tap and ballet technique as well as some work on numbers for our summer musical. Additional costs may be incurred for proper shoes and attire. NO CLASS on March 7th. 432 682 2544 x105

SC2016: Hermit Crab Crawl-Down Week - Sanibel Flagship Campus
Hey, I like my house.. but I like yours more. Think Ill take it! Yep, thats a hermit crab for you - always taking your stuff! Lets capture a few of them and see what shells they prefer and why. Does a hermit prefer a sturdy fortress of a shell or a light easy-to-run with shell? Well track them by their trails and see where they go. Then of course, we have to build our own houses - light or sturdy- and protect them from other marauding hermits. And by the way, whats the difference between an ocean hermit crab and a land hermit crab? And have you ever seen pictures of crazy-big land crabs that use coconuts for shells?!! You will. (239) 472-8585

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