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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: PM Tantalizing Textiles 7/11 (ages 9+) - Ah Haa School for the Arts
This class is all about exploring the art of textiles, from felting to weaving to mixed-media projects. Choose your colors, create a pattern and construct felted fabric from wool roving, then turn it into an impressive bag to hold your treasures. Well also weave wall hangings with yarn, raffia, feathers and other miscellaneous items, and learn to braid intricate patterns into friendship bracelets. 970.728.3886
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URJ Henry S Jacobs Camp
 
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39.36 Miles
Address:
3863 Morrison Rd, Utica, Mississippi 39175
A Jewish place at a southern pace-That's what the Henry S. Jacobs Camp has been providing since 1970. We are a small camp that...
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Music, Nature/Environmental Studies, Performing Arts,...
Camp Windhover
 
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46.79 Miles
Address:
2092 Six Mile Rd, Crystal Springs, Mississippi 39059
We specialize in offering campers 7-14 & CITs 15-17 fine and performing arts experiences along with traditional camping activities. One-of-a-kind in the South....
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Fayette, MS Summer Camps

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Camp Constitution's Annual Family Summer Camp - Rindge, NH
Dear Friends, Campers, Staff, and All, Camp season is coming! We’ve secured Toah Nipi in the beautiful woods of Rindge, New Hampshire, for Sunday, July 10 – Sunday, July 17, 2016. Back for her third year, Mrs. Kris Anne Hall, a vigorous young mother will again be teaching about heroic men and women from our countryʼs founding, and the documents of freedom leading up to it. There will be a whole line-up of speakers and teachers, with more to be announced. Other returning instructors or mentors include with Mr. Peik,Mr. Shurtleff, Mr. Hoderny, Mr. “V,” and me. Mr. Peik will again lead Campfires, the Round Robin for Student Input and Q & A, and weʼll even find time for a final exam to help you see your progress! Family Camp is growing! We will again conduct the Junior Patriot Camp Program, making for a truly great family vacation! We welcome families with younger children, or no children, plus grandparents, and others (See worksheet for family accommodations.) We always have a wonderful group of young people and it is so good to see them interacting well with the little ones, with each other, with the grown ups, and even with us ancient ones! There’s the big historical field trip to the John Adams homestead...

Youth & Teen Summer Sports Camp - Brentwood, MO
Shockwave Fitness and Performance Sports Camps offer the perfect combination of expert training and FUN! Every parent wants greatness for their child/teen and our camps are designed to do just that! Our multi-sport camps are designed to improve every aspect of athletic development and sports performance, taking your young athlete from GOOD to GREAT. Camps are structured as followed; (age group appropriate) athletic development & conditioning untilizing calisthenics, medicine balls, bands, plyometrics, kettle bells, battle ropes, barbells, etc and multi-directional speed; dynamic running and technique, linear and lateral acceleration and deceleration, lateral shuffle, change of direction, cross over, retreatng skills, cutting, mistake recovery, and lots more. Camps rotate weekly and begin 5/30/16. Times - 10am to 12pm and 3:30pm to 5:30pm monday through friday. Call or message us today for more information. Pre-registration only. Space limited to 12 to 15 athletes per camp week...

Summer Camp - Fun in the MUD! - Brookfield, CT
In this weeks summer camp children will be taught the fundamentals of wedging and centering on our brand new wheels! They will also work with clay to hand build a picture frame and a mug. This is a great camp to introduce children to clay. This event is for ages 8+

Camp Gan Israel: Summer Camp! - Wilmington, DE
Who's Ready For Summer?! Get ready, because coming back this June, 2016......it's GAN IZZY SUMMER CAMP! FEATURING 3 WEEKS THIS YEAR - June 20-July 8 (No camp July 4) Features: - Full day: 9 AM - 3:30 PM (Early and late care options are available) - A warm, loving, non-judgmental Jewish environment for kids of all affiliations, levels of background, education and observance - NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED! - INCREDIBLE FIELD TRIPS: Fantastic field trips scheduled each week per week to locations such as: The Franklin Institute, Stratosphere Trampoline Park, The Funplex, and Coco Keys Water Park - Jewish Educational Activities, which will instill Jewish values, pride and knowledge that will last a lifetime - Sports - Swimming - Arts & Crafts - Food Art You'll be shocked how much your children will learn in these 3 weeks! Price: Register By April 15: $180/week $510/All 3 Weeks After April 15: $200/week $570/All 3 Weeks Register now at: ChabadDE.com/SummerCamp

Kid' Summer Camp - Silverton, OR
Let our experienced instructors guide your child through live demonstrations & hands on activities & games covering: Fitness, Dealing with Bullies, Anger Management; Street Smarts & Internet Safety.Tues. - Thurs., July 19, 20 & 21, 9 am - 1 pm.

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Forest Overnight Camp - Camp Waubanong
Join us for a week of thriving and surviving at Forest Camp. Become the eyes and ears of the forest as you learn confidence through the skills of the scout. Discover how to blend into the landscape through the arts of camouflage, navigation without compass or map, and stealthy movement. Together with your fellow adventurers you will build fire from friction, craft and use natural tools, identify and harvest edible plants, cook over open fires, sleep in a rain-proof shelter you build yourself, and more! In addition, Forest Campers can swim, play capture the flag, pick wild raspberries, play music, tend the camp garden, or build wilderness shelters during free time. Forest camp inspires youths natural discovery, cooperation, responsibility, and independence. Campers spend their week in traditional Adirondack Shelters with up to eight other campers. Our girls and boys cabins are located on separate ends of campus. The week for traditional overnight campers begins with drop-off at 2:00PM on Sunday, and lasts through pick-up at 5:00PM on the following Friday. (802) 490-5550

Field Hockey Day Camp Session #1 - Vonnie Gros Athletic Field
The WCU Field Hockey Day Camp is designed for the development of the field hockey athlete from advanced level to beginners. All campers will have individual skill instruction with play-ers of similar ability and experience. Topics that will be covered: individual/group instruction, offensive/defensive strategies, specialized goal-keeper instruction, as well as competitive game experiences in a positive learning environment. EQUIPMENT Each camper should bring a stick, shinguards, sneakers or turf shoes, mouthguard, bath-ing suit, sunscreen, and a con-tainer of water (no glass). WCU and its camp staff are not re-sponsible for lost or missing items. All personal equipment should be marked with the campers name. MEALS All campers are responsible for providing their own lunch and drinks (in a cooler). 610-436-3555

Camp - Red Tail Hawk - Rockwood Park
Have fun this summer exploring the outdoors and making new friends at Rockwood Park. During this adventure packed week we will climb trees with Riverside Outfitters, explore nature, learn target archery, and much more. For ages 7-9. Rockwood Park Shelter 1 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. LOCATION Rockwood Park - Shelter #1 at Rockwood Park

Bear Valley Soccer Camp Summer 2015 - Bear Valley Soccer Camp
The Bear Valley Soccer Camp strives to provide the highest level soccer coaching in a setting that feels like an old fashioned summer camp. With our natural setting high in the Sierra, campers are treated to a beautifully manicured natural grass soccer field, swimming in several local lakes and streams, campfires and more. The soccer is serious. The rest if pure fun. 2016 Bear Valley Soccer Camp once again features coaching from Santa Clara University assist.Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Curtis McAlister. Coach McAlister brings with him a coaching crew of Santa Clara Womens Soccer alumni. Learn the Beautiful Game at 7100 in the Central Sierra ski town of Bear Valley. This co-ed camp is for players 9-16. Both overnight and day camp options available. Besides top level soccer instruction, campers experience High Sierra fun with lake kayaking, guided rock climbing, camp fires and plenty of swimming. Accommodations are at the Bear Valley or Base Camp Lodge, which is given entirely over to our camp for the week, with adult supervised separate gender floors. Meals are at the Bear Valley Lodge across the street. Meals are plentiful and nutritious.

Session 1H - Voyagers - Camp Butano Creek
This is a two-session program: spend the first session experiencing intensive training activities with your peers. This session includes: discovering your leadership potential; enhancing your skills in group dynamics and communication; understanding the delivery of camp programs and operations; and traditional camp activities including a special outing. Voyagers go home on July 16th to rest up and return on either July 21st (2nd session) or August 4th (3rd session) as an Apprentice Counselor, joining our camp staff during pre-camp for final camp training and preparations. In your assigned unit, put your new knowledge and skills to work as an Apprentice Counselor. Voyager registration is not complete until the following has been completed and returned: camper registration; Voyager application and questionnaire; and three references. Final placement is subject to evaluation by Voyager staff. Spaces are LIMITED, sign up early! Preference will be given to Voyagers entering 12th grade. If there are openings after March 1, those entering 11th grade will be considered. Plus Package also includes a hooded, pullover sweatshirt and a handy postage-paid stationery/pen set for ease in writing home. 925 216-4146

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