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Summer Camps in Fayette, AL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Senior High Camp- 7 day session - Camp Talahi
Senior High Camp combines the camping activities we all know and love with new experiences and challenges. In this seven day session campers can leave the pressures of high school behind, connect to friends new and old, and grow and revitalize a personal relationship with God. For campers who have completed grades 9-12. 810-844-1499

Latest Review for Hidden Valley Camp

Amazing Summer
I have very fond memories of my own summer camp experiences and wanted my daughters to build their own memories. Little did I know they would be so overjoyed to go to Hidden Valley. Unlike my time back in the day, we've got great pictures and videos of all the fun that had. Amazing summer memories for sure! ... Read More...


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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

1st (of 6) Kid's Ballet Themed Camps ages 4-6yrs, Tues & Thurs 2-4pm,
We have 6 Camps $44 per week ($24 Single Day Drop-In) Only 2 weeks (on Tues & Thurs) out of each Summer month. 1st Camp, June - Tues 21st & Thurs 23rd 2nd Camp, June - Tues 28th & Thurs 30th 3rd Camp, July - Tues 19th & Thurs 21st 4th Camnp, July - Tues 26th & Thurs 28th 5th Camp, Aug - Tues 9th & Thurs 11th 6th Camp, Aug - Tues 16th & Thurs 18th Dress Code will be more relaxed but still able to move and dance in, preferably leotard and tights and Ballet shoes with hair out of face...and no clothing with glitter ;) We also ask that Parents drop kids off and pick back up, NO Peeking or Sitting and watching until we present our Showcases on the Thursdays 3:55pm :) We will hold the Camps if we have a minimum of 2 dancers but will cap each day at 10 dancers. If your camp is canceled due to low enrollment, you will be fully refunded! We will be doing new Themes with dances from Ballets each week! With appropriate roles for boys and girls! List of themes below... Sleeping Beauty (Puss and Boots, the cats dance) Swan Lake Midsummer's Night Dream (Butterflies and Fairies) Nutcracker (Gingerbread dance) Sleeping Beauty...

Make Food, Make Fam: FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-
MAKE FOOD, MAKE FAM FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-Off Join the FEEST community for a dynamic night of food, drinks, music and stories. At FEEST we believe that effective social change starts with sharing a meal with people you otherwise wouldn’t eat with or cook with. We want to invite you to have a FEEST style dinner with us! We will break bread together and hear from our youth food justice leaders about the multi-media campaign they’ve been building to combat the junk food advertising they see on a daily basis. Join us to find out what happens when youth take the lead on creative solution-making for their friends, schools and neighborhoods. Make Food, Make Fam FEEST Community Dinner and Campaign Kick-Off Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:00pm - 8:00pm Hillman City Collaboratory, 5623 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 RSVP: http://bit.ly/FoodFam Food, Celebration, Music, Discussion #makefoodmakefam Questions? [email protected]

2015 End of Summer Guys Youth Camp - Gatlinburg, TN
This is the first youth camp hosted by St. Nofer Youth Meeting. We will be going to Gatlinburg, TN. The Cabin reserved is located in Gatlinburg on one of the highest peaks and the views of Mt. Le Conte are just spectacular, downtown Gatlinburg and Ober Gatlinburg ski resort by day and the beautiful city lights by night. We will have 2 Lectures, PEP talks, spiritual discussions, chats among the youth, a lot of entertainments using the cabin features, all that aside from touring around the city. This Camp will be a guys only camp. Dates: September 25th – 27th (LEAVE FRIDAY at 5:00 PM— RETURN SUNDAY at 8:00 PM) The cost is $85/person (3 days, 2 nights) The cost includes: Cabin, Transportation, and Food Note: TBD attraction (additional cost will be added depending on the attraction). Spots Available: 30 SPOTS ONLY (First come first serve) DEADLINE: SUNDAY AUGUST 30th, 2015

Calling All SuperKid Camp Staff! - Dumas, TX
SuperKids Camp is a great opportunity for you to be used by God to effect lasting change in your community. For many kids it is the highlight of their whole summer! What else were you going to do with the first week of your summer? Why not join a team of amazing teens and adults that are willing to do more than take up space in their community and are determined to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of children and families? Please visit www.SuperKidsCampStaff.com to apply today. Training sessions are on May 1st and 15th from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Start praying now for the biggest and best camp ever!!

Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain youth camp, plus the adult W
Youth Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain camp description & registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/wilderness-survivors-side-of-the-mountain/ Adult Wilderness Survival Training & Trek description and registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/expeditions/summer/wilderness-survival-training-and-trek/ Wilderness Survival has become synonymous with the over-dramatized survival programs on television. While some of these programs do provide valuable advice, most of them are filled with poor choices that, if followed, will get you injured or killed in a real emergency. Without proper training, separating the fact from fiction can be a difficult task. Our primary focus this week is to teach participants the practical skills that will save them in a true emergency. While a number of Traditional Skills will be introduced, our goal this week is to provide participants with a pragmatic skill set. For instance, spending five hours building a lean-to when it gets dark in 20 minutes is not a practical choice. Trying to build a bow-drill fire kit from scratch without a knife and without properly seasoned wood in the damp environment of the Pacific Northwest is rarely practical. Although those types of skills will be demonstrated, we will challenge you to perfect the basics first – like carrying a small fire steel and a couple of cotton balls...

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Summer Camp Session 1 - Mercer University-Claude Smith Field
Basic fundamentals of hitting, throwing, fielding and catching will be featured. Games will be played daily at the end of the teaching sessions. Campers will be grouped by age and ability level. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Water will be supplied during camp sessions. 478-301-2738

Magical Adventures – Little Superheroes - The Oakwood School
Learn to throw webs like Spiderman, join the superheroes to save a princess, stop the worry monsters and more when you take magical adventures with your favorite superheroes. These exciting activity, relaxation, and mindfulness classes creatively engage the campers imaginations with exciting themes and superhero missions. Through play, crafts, and guided stories, children will learn some basic relaxation techniques and simple mindfulness skills, such as the superheros mindful listening (focusing on a particular sound or listening to see how many different sounds we hear), mindful seeing (like Superman—focusing on seeing things we had not noticed), and mindful breathing (paying attention to our own breathing). Superheroes are known for their ability to focus their superpowers and use them for compassion. Congressman Tim Ryan says, "Mindfulness will help children to pay attention and be kind to themselves and others as they swim in a world of distraction and aggression." In his book A Mindful Nation, Ryan highlights increased focus, decreased stress and a quieter mind as benefits of a regular mindfulness practice. For more information about mindfulness and The Mindful Pirate, go to www.MindfulPirate.com. 2529310760.0

Session Three: Rising Moguls - Beacon School
Non-refundable and non-transferable. Donation includes: 1) Institute curriculum, wealth work and classroom supplies 2) Graduate Ceremony and Certificate 3) Parent Money Matters" Forum 4) World of Money graduation gift 5) Daily lunch during the Institute 6) Alumni activities after graduating 888.945.8333

9th - 12th grades: SAT Prep - Critical Reading and Writing - Saint Marys School
Prepare for SAT success! In this rigorous, half-day camp, youll learn the form and style of the test--which was completely redesigned as of March 2016--as well as the essential content and strategies for approaching each question on the critical reading and writing portions of the SAT. You will learn how to recognize the types of questions asked on the reading passages, become a more critical reader, and identify the evidence on which your answers are based. For the writing section, we will review the most commonly tested grammar rules and skills as well as learn and practice what it takes to write an outstanding essay, which is now optional and follows a completely different format from the previous version of the SAT. Youll leave this camp with the confidence and skills to make your best score yet on critical reading and writing! (An SAT book will be provided.) Jaymee Gaskins received her Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a masters in Reading Education from Meredith College. She is a National Board Certified Teacher and has been teaching for 16 years and has 10 years of tutoring experience. This program is offered... 9194244028.0

Cosmos Camp - Frontier Ranch
Explore the relationship between God and science through Gods creation. We will gaze at the stars, play in the dirt, and discover the beauty of creation in a new way! Explore physics at the ropes course, Astronomy at evening campfire, and Ecology on hikes throughout the camp. We will learn from scientists in the field about Astronomy, Geology, Ecology and more. Join us! 303-837-1173

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