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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Creation Station - Spiva Center for the Arts
Drop in Tuesday afternoons and experiment with a variety of media: painting, drawing, clay, watercolor,acrylic, sculpture, collage, photography, and printmaking. Explore the galleries with scavenger hunts and other activities! Please pre-register. Space is limited for this popular class. Note: No class March 22 (417) 623-0183
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Camp Hope
 
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57.76 Miles
Address:
1315 SW Arrowhead Rd, Topeka, Kansas 66604
To provide a normal, active and safe camp experience where children can celebrate life while living with, through, and beyond the diagnosis of cancer....
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Field Trips, Fishing, Golf,...
Camp Live-A-Dream
 
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57.76 Miles
Address:
1315 SW Arrowhead Rd, Topeka, Kansas 66604
Camp is free to any child who has ever had cancer.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Frankfort, KS Summer Camps

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NYI Teen Camp 2016 - Xtreme Living - Lake Nebagamon, WI
It's time to start thinking about Teen Camp!! This year's theme is XTREME LIVING! Living as Christ lived The cost is $150 forms will be available soon more info about the worship team and guest speaker will be forthcoming. I am in need of a camp nurse and leaders and kitchen help, Pastors, youth pastors, and leaders, please help me pass the word around! Thank you

Summer Camp 2016 - Kellogg, ID
You've never experienced Summer Camp like this before! We're excited to announce that camp is moving this year to Silver Mountain Resort in beautiful Kellogg, Idaho. Campers will experience comfortable sleeping arrangements, an indoor waterpark, gondola rides, awesome leaders and great outdoor gatherings. Details: August 1st-5th, 2016 Silver Mountain Resort Kellogg, Idaho Registration Cost $279 - Early VIP (CLOSED) $299 - Regular (until June 30th) $329 - Late (until July 30th) *payment plans are available*

Teen Writing Matters - A Summer Writing Camp! - Grass Valley, CA
July 6-10 One Session ONLY. Monday – Friday, 1 to 4PM Class limit 20, minimum 8 Students need to bring paper and pens Minimum age: 13 $200 members, $225 non members Will we sing campfire songs? No. Will we write similes about the smell of a campfire, or lengthy descriptions of that one camp counselor who wears knee socks and a fanny pack? Perhaps. Join Kirsten Casey for five days of writing delight: creating poetry, characters, flash fiction pieces, and more. We will write everyday from 1-4 using a variety of prompts, strengthening our attention to detail, sharing our work, and eating candy. Kirsten Casey400Kirsten Casey is a local California Poet in the Schools, who has been teaching creative writing to students in the area for over ten years. She earned her Masters in Creative Writing from San Francisco State, and you can find her work in the anthology Yuba Flows, and her own book of poetry, Ex Vivo: Out of the Living Body. As a teen, Kirsten kept a daily journal, wrote poetry and a play, and enjoyed quoting song lyrics. She loves working with teens because she feels like a teen trapped inside...

NYI Teen Camp - Back 2 Basics - Lake Nebagamon, WI
Cost: $150 Registrations and $50 deposit due by July 1st Speaker: Jordan Lingle Worship: A City On A Hill

No School Kid's Art Camp AM Session- Glass Snowflake Mobile - Jenkin
Join us for a No School Kid's Art Camp from 10-1. This Camp is for ages 10+ and is $35. We'll be making glass snowflake � mobiles. Please packs a drink, lunch and/or snack. We take a lunch break. Registration is required for this class. Call the studio at 215-885-4545.

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Baseball Camp ASCS Week 1 - All Saints Catholic School
For Boys and Girls ages 6 - 12. Our staff is comprised of standout college and high school players. This staff will provide instruction on hit-ting, pitching, fielding, throwing, base running, game strategies, scrimmages, home run derby, radar gun challenge and more! Participants will be grouped according to age and/or skill level Campers need sneakers (especially for rainy days indoors) and a glove, wearing cleats is optional. Bring a peanut free snack and refillable water bottle. 9:00AM-12:30PM Instructors: Mr Depaolo and Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598

Robots, Gagets, Gizmos - Winter - Adams Elementary
Held in Computer Lab. Through fun, hands-on and engaging science, engineering, and design technology, students learn how the world works, how buildings stand up, how machines move, and how people design, make and use technology. Projects are different for fall, winter and spring sessions and do not repeat. Using a wide assortment of curriculum materials, including KNEX, Keva Planks, Lego WeDo Robotics, Snap Circuits, and hands-on building projects, students construct machines; program robots, build gadgets, gizmos, structures and vehicles, and assemble electronics such as a radio or flying saucer. Through these integrated STEAM projects, students gain problem-solving skills; develop spatial awareness and a basic understanding of physics, gravity, electricity, energy, design, and robotics. STEAM= (science, technology, engineering, art, math). Science was never this much fun! 10 Classes for Winter Session: 1/13/16 1/20/16 1/27/16 2/3/16 2/10/16 2/17/16 2/24/16 3/2/16 3/9/16 3/23/16 NO Classes: 3/16 PC 805-570-1988

Color Wheels-Disney Art Camp Franklin - Franklin Recreation Complex
*** 3 DAY CAMP *** Do you love all things Disney? Join this art camp designed with you in mind. We will create at inspired by the amazing characters and creative artists behind the masterful movies and stories. Come join the fun! Supply Fee: $10.00 payable to the instructor. For more information contact Shelly Egly at or for more information contact Cindy Moore at 615-790-5719 Ext 2020 or AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION FRC - Crafts Room (front) at Franklin Recreation Complex INSTRUCTOR SHELLEY EGLY

Awesome Elements! A to Zinc - AM - Science Fun Lab
Half Day AM 9:30am – 12:30pm Get down to the basics exploring the elements! Cool chemists create copper coated concoctions while becoming master mixologists. Have a gas during density discoveries using light weight helium and crazy carbon dioxide! Exciting experiments await in this week of elemental exploration! 9194605800.0

L.E.A.D (Leadership Exploration And Development) Week 5 - Inukai Club
Do something new each week with your fellow Club teens as you plan and implement service projects, explore colleges and career options, and grow your leadership skills through team challenges. Learn how to inspire others to greatness, make tough decisions, and develop creative solutions to tricky problems. Make a difference this summer and find out what it takes to be a leader in your Club and in your community. 503 232 0186

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