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Summer Camps in Fredonia, KS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Arcade Game Design - The Digital Arts Experience
Code your own arcade game and design your own controller that works with it! The first half of this class will involve students coding their own old school arcade style game from scratch. Think something like Spade Invaders, Galaga, Pong and more! Then, well have the students work with Arduino UNOs & breadboards and use physical programming to wire their own controller to work with the game. Finally, students will design their very own case for their controller that we will print out using our 3D Printers! Come both physical and digital programming for this interactive class where students will be able to show off their games and controllers to friends and family! **Please note**: We have Arduino UNOs & breadboards for the students to use as their controllers for the duration of the class but they will need to be returned at the end. After the first few weeks of class, however, we will offer the option to order an Arduino Starter Kit ($99) for the students so that they will be able to work on their own units and take home with them. Alternatively, if you already have your own, please feel free to bring it in! Class... 9146448100.0

Latest Review for Big Lake Youth Camp

Big Fun at Big Lake
I went to Big Lake Youth Camp when I was younger and I always remembered it being the best part of my summer vacation. Now I send my son and he says the same thing. The counselors are super friendly and always helpful to my son. He has made so many new friendships that he’ll keep for many years. His favorite part was the BMX biking, water skiing, sailing and he tried archery for the first time this past summer. He can’t wait to go... Read More...


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Lapa'au Huila (Medicine Wheel) ::: Visionary Gathering of the Elders a
UAT CAMP KAENAE MAUI HAWAII ELDER INDIGO is a 3 day gathering featuring Earth Guardians, and Circle of Children youth groups, Elders, Artists, Wisdom Keepers and leading luminaries. Daily at sunset the Elder Indigo Council will commence with intention to share sustainable and visionary resources to assist in expanding our knowledge of living in harmony.. (Elder/ Indigo Council Panel will be FREE for the public) .. Video Production for dvd of event provided by Sam Small of Maui Causes. Daytime workshops and youth activities. Music following E.I. Council until 12 PM. Sacred fire pit will be tended to all weekend with song and prayer... Workshops, Transmissions, and Presentations with Hunbatz Men, John Perkins, Flordemayo, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Climbing Poetree, Jonah Bolt, Jamie Janover, LionFire del Norte and Mary Munyal Leonard, Jerry Strongheart, Uqualla, AumRak Sapper, Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, Laura Chiraya Fox, Adam DeArmon and Elder representatives, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Norman Katz "Dr Blue", Chief Sonne Reyna, AshEL Seasunz, Emakhet and Zin Uru and more ++++ Special Guests. This is a drug and alcohol free family friendly event. In support of Conscious and Sustainable living. Evenings after sunset we will bring some culturally rich and positive...

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.

KidRec School's Out Camp - Palos Hills, IL
Come play at KidRec during school holidays! Activities may include arts & crafts, indoor swimming, and recreational games. Available on dates below for children ages 5-13. Members $25/day | Non-Members $35/day

Teen Weekend Camp - Peoria, AZ
For campers in Jr/Sr High. Cost is $20. If you need a registration form check out the link. http://www.wgmaif.org/forms-and-downloads.html If you have any questions, contact Jon Birkey. Hope to see you there.

Fall Weekend 2015 - Lake Geneva, WI
Grab your friends and get ready for the best weekend of the fall! We are heading down to Lake Geneva for fall camp this year and we want you to join! WHEN:: November 20-22 (we will leave around 6pm on Friday and return between 3-4pm on Sunday) WHERE: Lake Geneva Youth camp (check out their website www.lgyc.org) COST: $145 (includes transportation, meals at camp, two nights lodging and awesome activies all weekend long!) REGISTER: register now because spots are limited! Grab registration form on Monday or sign up online now at www.foxvalley.younglife.org. Hold your spot by registering and paying your $50 deposit. QUESTIONS: Call Dave (920-428-0484) or Dana (920-243-3035) You won't want to miss this. It's going to be the best weekend of the year!

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Advanced Skills & Development - (6-8y) - Overland Park
This is a recreational & competitive level camp open to boys and girls 6-14 years-old. Players will improve their technical abilities and footwork with the soccer ball through practicing proper mechanics of dribbling, receiving, turning and control. Having technically sound foot skills give players a competitive edge in progressing to tactical application in game-like scenarios. After completion of the Advanced Skills & Development camp, we recommend progressing to the Dribbling & Passing camp. All curriculum is adapted to create age-appropriate sessions that will be fun, challenging and engaging. 913-387-3883

Greenacres - Greenacres
Greenacres Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation established in 1988 by Louis and Louise Nippert. The Nipperts purchased Greenacres Farm in 1949 and wanted to preserve the land for the education and enjoyment of future generations. Greenacres Foundation mission is: - To preserve for the public an area reflecting the traditional environment of Indian Hill and its historical significance by preserving Greenacres in its current state of woodland and farmland. - To encourage conservation and appreciation of nature by providing the public, particularly children, opportunities to study plant and animal life in their natural settings. - To encourage appreciation of music and culture by providing facilities and an atmosphere that will encourage artists to display their talents for all age groups. 513-891-4227

#7 C Intermediate-Advanced (Green Yellow) - Turlock Fitness & Racquet Club
Green/Yellow players have more experience. They have the ability to serve, return, rally, and keep- score. We focus on skills and drills with team match play. Team competition is included each week. 209-604-2455

Tracey Bartholomew Womens College ID Camp - Summer - Baker Athletics Complex
Tracey Bartholomew is once again offering a high-level College ID Camps held at Columbia University in the City of New York. College ID camps are open to girls entering grades 9 - 12. This College ID Camp is a collegiate showcase and competitive training program for players who plan to play at the college level. Staffed by the Columbia Womens Soccer program, and various other high academic programs ranging from Div 1 to Div 3, this camp is multi-faceted in that it gives top players: 1) the opportunity to be seen by top college coaches; 2) a better understanding of the college soccer environment ; and, 3) the skills they need to become even better players, taught by some of the very best coaches of the game. 845-548-7621

Product Design & Development– Ages 12-16 - Art Explorers Studio
This camp is a young designers dream come true! With an emphasis on the creative process, campers will design and construct their own products from found objects, recycled materials, clay, wire, metal and other building materials; sketch a window display for an imaginary company, and use various art media to complete products. Campers will learn about form, structure, the elements of design and three-dimensional concepts. Stretch your imagination and join us in this creative workshop environment! Supplies to bring to camp: • Stacks of cardboard • An item that you think is interesting and you would like to use it to create a piece of original art • Rolls of wire in different gauges (14-26 guage) 805-570-1988

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