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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Claws and Paws - Da Vinci Science Center
Claws and Paws - $170 (July 11 – July 15) A camp designed for animal lovers…but really, who doesnt love animals?! Get ready to investigate different animals, some of their special adaptations, and the care necessary to keep them healthy. Highlights include a field trip to the Lehigh Valley Zoo and a visit from The Wildlands Conservancy with some exotic animals. Additional camp cost covers bus charges, Zoo admission, and Wildlands Conservancy visit costs. 484-664-1002
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Camp Birchwood for Girls
 
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Distance
52.91 Miles
Address:
, Laporte, Minnesota
Located on a perfect lake in Minnesota
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
Concordia Language Villages
 
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68.54 Miles
Address:
901 8th St S, Moorhead, Minnesota 56562
Concordia Language Villages offers culture & language immersion in 15 languages. High school credit, adult, & abroad programs also available.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, International Culture, Language...
Camp Invention - North Dakota
 
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68.56 Miles
Address:
, Fargo, North Dakota
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Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
Camp Cormorant
 
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68.65 Miles
Address:
400 1st Ave S, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback...
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Fosston, MN Summer Camps

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Kid's Summer Camp Arlington, VA (June 27-Sept 2) - Arlington, VA
Kid's Summer Camp, Arlington, VA - June 27 - Sept. 2, 5 yrs to 14 yrs old. Recess All Summer Long! Set your kids up for a lifetime of healthy habits! - Each week your kids learn to set and achieve small goals - We teach and inspire healthy habits with food, exercise and personal care - We help them develop coordination, sportsmanship, and respect - We help them learn to overcome challenges both physical and mental - We help cultivate confidence and social skills OUR PHILOSOPHY We embrace kid’s natural curiosity, creativity and love of games to help them enjoy a healthy lifestyle and be fit for life! We do all this in a safe and encouraging environment. A TYPICAL DAY at Summer Day Camp for Kids - Let’s Stretch! – Yoga (non‐spiritual) that is creative, fun and a learning experience. We teach why stretching is important today, next week, next year and in 10 years! - Nutritional “Labs” ‐ We will discuss a symptom, for example, being grumpy and irritable and explain blood sugar, how it is affected, and what you can do to feel better through the right nutrition/eating healthy. - Recess/Exercise – Fitness that is fun – we make a game...

Kid's Place Preschool Day at the ranch camp ! - Lithia, FL
It's going to be a fun and busy day with the little ones from A Kid's Place . !!! Please sign up on here to volunteer.

Youth Camp - Elburn, IL
If you are going into 3rd grade through High School you'll want to be part of camp this year. This week long camp promises to be one of the greatest weeks all year as we join with youth from all over the Region.

Ted E Bear Hollow Gallery Opening : Teen Grief Camp - Omaha, NE
The 402 Gallery will feature artwork created by teens who attended the Ted E Bear Hollow grief camp in spring 2016. Meet the artists and hear the stories behind the work on May 6th.

Be the ONE youth camp - Crestline, CA
Come and join us for THE REVOLUTION’s 1st Annual Camp at Thousand Pines Christian Camp Dear Student, You may say, I am not sure what God wants of me? Well, this year’s camp is themed BE THE ONE…this is a time to get to really know what it is to be close to God and know what He desires from you. There will be plenty of youth/young adult church family to bond and pray with. Its going to be an exciting time filled with fun activities such as paint-ball wars, wall climbing, zip-lining, archery, etc. But most importantly, get to know God more deeply and experience the presence of God. So take a step of faith and join us! Love, Pastors Jose & Natalie Morales

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09th 2016 Camp Buckaroo FALL BREAK 3 Day Camp - Blue Point Stables
This Camp is a 3 (Three) Day Buckaroo Fall Break Day Camp. Camp begins each day at 9:00 EST and ends at 4:00 pm in the afternoon. Campers will be assigned a horse to ride and to care for. In the larger enrollment classes, campers share assigned horses. Activities that the campers will be involved with are... Riding Lessons (generally twice a day, weather permitting) Grooming, Stall Care & Management, Equine Characteristics, Arts and Crafts and Horse Husbandry including some Horse Health and Welfare. Plus, making friends or renewing relationships with new and returning campers alike. Campers have the option to purchase and challenge the test for a CHA riding level. Campers receive the appropriate CHA Riding Level Book. Successful campers are awarded the appropriate Certificate, Patch and Pin. Campers falling below the testing standards are allowed to retest once for no additional charge. Day campers will need to bring appropriate clothing for each day, to include layered warm clothing on cool or cold days and rain gear when needed, as well as, their lunches, snacks and drinks for each day. The Wed. Night Overnight option is NOT offered for this camp. Once registered, there is no refund offered. 865-376-9312

Specialty Camp Week 1: Chopped - Westminster School
Vendor: Tiny Chefs Chopped! Never have food challenge reality shows been so popular and Chopped! is a favorite here at Tiny and Gourmet Chefs! We like it so much we decided to base a whole week long camp on the concept. Our version has the added twist of focusing on different cuisines every day of camp. So, each day the Tiny and Gourmet Chef campers will be presented with a basket with 3 or 4 ingredients, which reflect these different cuisines—French, Italian, Mexican, Asian and All-American. Using those ingredients and working within those cuisines, they will challenge themselves to make mouthwatering specialties, traditional favorites and explore new ingredients, tastes and combinations. *9 child minimum, 20 maximum (703) 340-7268

Honors Pre-Calculus - Hopkins Campus
This course is open to Blake students who have successfully completed Honors Algebra II and who seek to enroll in AP Calculus AB after completing Honors Geometry; Blake students who have successfully completed Honors Algebra II and Honors Geometry and who seek to enroll in AP Calculus AB; Students from outside Blake who seek to complete the equivalent of a full-year Honors Pre-Calculus course during the summer. They must possess a strong foundation in algebra because the course contains advanced material and moves at a rapid pace; it is not recommended for remedial purposes. Before registering, Blake students must obtain their teachers permission to advance, as indicated by a signed Mathematics Acceleration Contract. Successful advancement requires a grade of B or higher on each of the comprehensive exams given during the summer course. This course emphasizes functions and their characteristics. Topics include: function notation and transformations; combinations and compositions of functions; linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions; and analytical trigonometry. In addition, sequences, series, parametric equations and limits are introduced in preparation for calculus. Honors Pre-Calculus is taught by Blake Upper School mathematics teacher Ryan Mahoney. 952-988-3463

From the Page to the Stage - The Evergreen School
Love to read stories and act them out? Books are adapted for the stage in this fun, creative drama class. Each day is filled with activities in creating a character, writing dialogue, and staging a scene. Ideal for writers, actors and storytellers! On the last day, students share their collaborative story with family and friends. 206-957-1533

What Do Animals Have to Teach Us? - Old Trail School
Discover bio-mimicry with The Akron Zoo! Campers will learn, through animal investigations, all about where science and engineering meet. Every day new animals will come to visit the campers and teach them how those animals have adapted to survive on our planet.Instructors: Akron Zoo Staff 3306661118 x469

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