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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Week VIII Rhythm and Stomp - Upper Elementary - Franciscan Montessori Earth School
Body drumming, bucket band, and instruction on a snare drum and drum set. Lots of group rhythm activities. 503-760-8220 x253
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Camp Kids Inc
 
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1.84 Miles
Address:
7172 N Cedar Ave, Fresno, California 93720
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Dance, Field...
Camp Wawona
 
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Distance
4.55 Miles
Address:
PO Box 770, Clovis, California 93613
In Yosemite National Park. Outstanding Christian camp. Activities: Horsemanship, climbing, aquatics, crafts, archery, more. Focus on Christ, friends, teamwork.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Gold Arrow Camp
 
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4.77 Miles
Address:
644 Pollasky Ave Ste 100, Clovis, California 93612
A traditional, fun, and non-competitive program with a variety of activities on the shore of beautiful Huntington Lake, Sierra National Forest, since 1933....
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking,...
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Fresno, CA Summer Camps

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Youth Winter Camp - New Haven, MI
Haven Place will be doing a FREE Youth Winter Camp. Grades 6th thru 12th. This camp will be focusing on Community Service, Discipleship, We will be having youth grades 6 to 12 stay overnight for three nights. We will be doing community service hours on Friday and Saturday. We will be taking the youth to serve senior citizens in the surrounding area. The youth will be making gifts to bring to the elderly. The youth will also be disciples through a program through D-Now Studies called "The Pause" this discipleship course is four sessions and it will equip youth to learn how to seek God in a never ending multitasking environment. They will each receive a student book and t-shirt. We will be having a New Years Eve party for them. Live band and student mentors will be with them during the camp. Weather permitting we will be shoveling snow and going to sledding hills to pass out free hot cocoa and the gospel message. Possibly do "laundry Love" where we go into a local laundry mat and pay for everyones laundry to be done and more!! Go to website to register your student. www.havenplaceinc.weebly.com go to youth camp registration...

Teen (ages 12-18yrs) Camp #6: Costume Make & Take! - Bow, WA
5 Day Camp Costs $87.50 3:00pm-5:00pm –Costuming Make & Take Design and make a costume. Will need to supply own fabric. Students can bring own machine and supplies. There will be extra machines and supplies available. Basic sewing skills needed or approval from instructor.

Valor Spring Kickoff Retreat - Fincastle, VA
This is a Corps wide invitation to join us as we kick off the Spring semester by building relationships with Jesus and community with each other. The cost is $45 and includes food, lodging and activities. To register for the event go to http://www.conferenceregistrationtool.com/beginRegistration.seam?conferenceId=3223

Camp Winadu 90th Summer Celebration: Alumni 1927–2009 - Pittsfield, MA
Join us for an amazing weekend of festivities celebrating 90 summers! Registration opens November 16th. Camp and Hotel Accomodations may be reserved upon registration.

Discovery Camp 2017 - Columbus, TX
We got our dates! We're headed to Columbus, TX for @discoverycamp this summer. We depart Thursday, June 15th @ Noon, returning Sunday, June 18th Our 4th official time! We'll be even more organized this year, you'll find a packing list here, and more announcements as we get closer. Parents and Small Group Leaders welcome! Please RSVP with # of adults & kids/ages.

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Bodies in Motion PM - Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
Our world is in constant motion! Investigate how things move: plants, animals, planets and machines. Participate in a Moon dance and learn all about gravity. Get ready this camp will move you! 919-962-1236

Animation Workshop Morning Session - Visual Art Institute
Experience an immersive two week animation workshop with artist Nathan Ratcliffe, a video game developer and creator and VAI alumni. This workshop will allow students to learn the complex, intensive, and rewarding process of creating a short animated film as a team. This is an amazing opportunity for teenage students to not only improve their concept of motion, but to learn technical and real-world skills. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops if they have them. This workshop will run from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Contact VAI for more information at (801) 474-3796. 801-474-3796

NOVA Day Camp FOUR: Call of the Wild: Friends of the Forest - Keystone Science School Campus
Find out what makes the Summit County forests tick as they cycle through their succession. Learn about the effects of mountain pine beetle, fire, and human impact on our local environments and take a zipline tour through some of Colorados beautiful woodlands. Explore the world of forest management through the eyes of a miner on a mine tour and as an FDRD volunteer. So, make like a tree and leaf on this exciting celebration. Leadership Focus: Diversity 970-455-4228

Tennis: High Performance Junior Summer Camp - Lucchesi Park
Designed for high school players and aspiring high school players, this hour-and-a-half drop-in clinic combines 45 minutes of drills and instruction with 45 minutes of head-to-head competition. Students will work on all aspects of all the game including strokes, strategy, shot selection, footwork and keys to mental toughness. LOCATION Lucchesi Park Lighted Tennis Courts 1&2 at Lucchesi Park INSTRUCTOR Keith Hayes

Science Level 2 Review - Ensworth High School
This course reviews and assesses mastery of the high school core skills as applied to one fundamental topic from each of the Level 2 trimesters. From the physics trimester the topic is projectile motion, from the chemistry trimester the topic is stoichiometry, and from the biology trimester the topic is natural selection. Students who pass this course have sufficient mastery of the high school core skills in science to enroll in upper level science electives. 615-383-0661

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