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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Bee Hive Camp - Red River Valley Fair
Campers will get down and dirty learning about bees while building wooden beehives at the Red River Valley Fair. Campers will learn how to construct our precut beehive building stations: box station, framing station and painting station. In-between building beehives, a bee specialist will teach the campers about bees and their habitat. Request t-shirt size on the registration form. Meet at the Schollander Information Building. LOCATION Red River Valley Fair at Red River Valley Fair SESSIONS 1
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Pythian Youth Camp
 
3.0 (2)
Distance
46.33 Miles
Address:
565 Pike St, Dayton, Nevada 89403
Since its founding, the Camp has served nearly 300 inner-city children each year, helping them to break the cycles of unhealthy lifestyles and behaviors....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Field Trips, Recreational Swimming
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Fallon, NV Summer Camps

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2015 Winter Retreat (youth group) - Prescott, AZ
December 20-22. This isn't a sign-up so don't worry if you aren't totally sure...I just need a rough count. Reply now please!!

KidZone Winter Break Camp - Vail, CO
Keep your kids busy and happy during Winter Break! The Vail Recreation District's Winter Break Camp provides children 5 - 12 and grades K - 5 with a variety of fun activities and winter outings. The camp is based out of the Red Sandstone Elementary School gymnasium in Vail. The cost is $40 if registered by December 14th or $45 if registered after December 14th. Advance reservations and payment are required. Register online at vailrec.com/register. For more information and a full schedule of daily activities, visit vailrec.com.

Summer Camps and Teen Trips Fair - Rye, NY
Join us at our Summer Opportunities Fair and learn about dozens of overnight camps and summer programs available for children and teens, ages 7 - 17! Use this opportunity to meet with your local Tips on Trips and Camps advisor for personalized advice and ideas. Visit with program directors to explore summer options for your children. Bring your kids and get them excited about summer 2016 or 2017! Tips on Trips and Camps is a FREE service representing over 600 sleepaway camps and teen programs. For 45 years we have helped over 140,000 families find fabulous summer programs for their children. What types of programs will be there? - Traditional and Specialty Camps - Community Service Programs - Language Immersion - Teen Travel - Academic Enrichment - Arts and MORE! For more information, email Michele at [email protected] Can't come - call Michele at 914 9392491 to get started today.

Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ


July Youth and Teen Aerial and Circus Arts Camps - Boulder, CO
Has your child or teen ever dreamed of flying — the amazing freedom, the fun, the excitement? Join professional teachers of aerials arts and acrobatics for our exciting camps! Open to kids ages 4-18, (different age groups available) campers are invited to Frequent Flyer's Aerial Dance Studio to learn skills on trapeze, aerial fabric, sling, acrobatics and so much more. Here's what a parent said about her child's experience in camp in early June: "I just wanted to let you know that she has LOVED this camp. It is such a pleasure when I sign my child up for a camp to know that the money was well spent, and that there is no whining about going to camp - she's up and out of bed, lunch packed and ready to go every morning. I am so looking forward to the show to see all that she has been working on. Every day after camp I get a play by play breakdown of all that they did that day - I don't get that with other camps! She is so bubbly about the day and excited to share what she did and learned and looks forward to the next day....

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PM Eager Engineering Construction - Scottsdale Country Day School Campus
Satisfy your budding architects desires to create without having your own home demolished! Activities will be designed around the interests of the learners but may include the building of rockets, hot air balloons, mouse-trap cars, catapults, solar vehicles, racetracks, architectural structures, adobe block houses, skyscrapers and more. Computer programs will aid our design process prior to hands-on construction. 480-833-7338

Boys Basketball - Sanford Day Camp
Stan Waterman will be the head coach for our Basketball program. Stan is the head basketball coach at Sanford since 1991. Under Stans direction, Sanford won multiple State Championships. Stan played point guard at the University of Delaware and is the Dean of Students at Sanford. He is considered to be an outstanding teacher of youth. Stan utilizes both courts of the Sports Center to set up stations for dribbling, passing, jump shooting and foul shooting. The afternoons are used for small team play. 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3 on 3, etc. By the end of the week, all players are participating in full team scrimmages. Players can expect a good workout every day. -------------- LOCATION: Sanford School. Please drop your child off at the Sports Center at 8:45 a.m. Pick up will be in the same location at 3:15. --------------- WHAT TO BRING: Light-weight, loose fitting shirts, shorts, socks and sneakers. Water Bottle Bathing suit and towel for free swim in the afternoon. Lunch, unless purchasing from Camp. ($35.00/per week) A drink will be provided for all by the Camp. An afternoon icy treat will be served. --------------- At the end of Sport/Specialty Camp registration, you can register your child for Day Camp at: 610-565-4850

Science League - Blazers Club
Explore the amazing world of science! Learn how to make a tornado in a bottle, natural playdoh and other exciting scientific projects. This camp is guarantee to be exciting and messy! 503 232 0186

Living Laboratory - PM - Science Fun Lab
Half Day PM 1:30pm – 4:30pm This camp is for Junior Zoologists who love to get their hands dirty! Explore slime surfing slugs and hair shooting spiders. From deserts to savannas, forest to swamps well leave no stone unturned in our quest to answer the coolest critter questions! 9194605800.0

Period 4 - Making Books - NBJH Room 218
Join us for daily adventures in writing. Well read fun stories and make up stories of our own to share with others. Students will read mentor texts and have the opportunity to create books based upon their life stories. Students will practice gathering ideas, writing stories, and illustrating their books. 8475043400 x2520

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