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Summer Camps in Galena, KS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Gymnastics 2 - Brigham Young University
Come experience an exciting week of gymnastics at BYU! Focus on all the elements of gymnastics under the direction of BYU gymnastics head coach Guard Young. With the camps low coach-to-gymnast ratio, you will have the opportunity to receive personal instruction and feedback. Groups will be divided according to skill levels for more challenging and productive training. 801-422-5724

Latest Review for Roaring Brook Camp

Boys Will Be Boys
Yes, boys will boys and that's why this camp experience was tailor made for our two pre-teens. It seems like they never run out of energy and this was the perfect environment to keep them busy. I also very much liked the ability to check in and see how they were progressing. The encouraging words from the counselors put our minds at ease because we knew they were be taken care of at every turn. Good job all around.... Read More...


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Teen BootCamp Night - Schofield, WI
Our instructor will start off with 25 minutes in our spin room, where we turn the lights down and the music up. After a short break, we you’ll rotate through challenges in our bootcamp room that will have you working up a sweat. This class is designed to be challenging and fun. Designed for 13 – 17 year olds of all levels. There are only 16 spots available and they will fill up, please pay and reserve your spot online. Dropping in is not recommended. Pay and Register online here: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=213614&stype=41&sTG=34&prodId=10226

Fall Camp at Kid Ventures - San Diego, CA
Don’t just sign your child up for camp, give them the adventure of a lifetime at Kid Ventures camp! This November, we'll be having day camps at all 3 of our locations for Veteran's Day & Thanksgiving week.

Sexual Assault on the College Campus ~ Not My Kid! - Webster, NY
Summary: The biggest mistake any parent can make is to pretend that sexual assault will never happen to your child - female or male. If you are starting a college search this year, it is important that you understand this issue and how any college your student may be considering addresses it. The problem is real and widespread: 1 in 4 college women reports being sexually assaulted and, since 2014, over 180 complaints against colleges have been filed in Federal Court for mishandling sexual assault complaints. Join us to learn about sexual assault on college campuses, find out why it's come to the forefront now, and what you need to know to assess campus safety (policy, culture, Title IX violations). We will also discuss affirmative consent and alcohol/drug use. As the high profile Brock Turner sexual assault case in Stanford pointed out, "20 minutes" changed the trajectory of two young lives forever.

All American Youth Rodeo Association Camp & Rodeo Series - Fresno, TX
Due to Road Construction AAYRA 2015 Youth Rodeo Series will relocate. 2015 Schedule Changes Kick-Off Rodeo Saturday, July 18, 2015 Jack Brooks Rodeo Arena & Fair Ground in Hitchcock, Texas 10 Jack Brooks Rd. Hitchcock, Texas 77563 Lomax Arena 1508 1/2 Lomax Road La Porte, Texas 77571 Saturday, August 8, 2015 Sunday, August 23, 2015 Saturday, August 29, 2015 Saturday, September 26, 2015 Sunday, October 11, 2015 Sunday, December 13, 2015 – (Location to be announced) *******ATTENTION BULL RIDERS********** You must call in to 412-229-7241 (412-AAYRA-41) by 9pm on Wednesday before each show to get a bull for rodeo. No call-ins will be taken for any other events. Books open at 10am before the show and close at 12pm. Pre-Registration can be done online. Please send an email to [email protected] for more information.

Craft Fair and Garage sale fund raiser to send a kid to camp - Weather
spaces are still available for you to sell crafts or products maybe you would like to be apart of a multi garage sale Contact Jennifer Nay 817-565-6784 orContact Carol Black

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Sticky, Slimy, and Sweet Science - CuriOdyssey
Recommended for children ages 7-11 years old. Have you ever made your own playdough, slime, or ice cream? Join us for this reactive workshop where we look at chemistry with ingredients found in most kitchens. Participants are guaranteed to get their hands messy as aspiring chemists combine, pour, and agitate various mixtures. Recipes for some of our creations will be provided. Kids wont want to miss this sticky, slimy, and sweet exploration of science. 650-340-7590

Skyhawks Soccer- Full Day (July 5 - July 8) - Mill Creek Sports Park
Your young athlete will gain the technical skills and sport knowledge required for the next step into soccer. Designed for beginner and intermediate players, this camp focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting, and ball control. Wear shin guards, running shoes, water, snacks, and bring sunscreen. Fee includes a soccer ball. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To register : visit www.skyhawks.com [/] or call Skyhawks @ 1-800-804-3509. You may select this link [] to directly take you to all programs for Mill Creek Summer Camps. ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Sports & Camps LOCATION MC Sports Park (Freedom Field) at Mill Creek Sports Park INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Camps

Academic Prep & Enrichment Camp STH with Robotics Elective (session 1) - St. Thomas High School
Making a Math-Brain Campers are immersed in developing problem solving and analytical skills while fostering a passion for math. Interactive activities will enhance and broaden students understanding of core concepts learned in the academic year. Logic and reasoning challenges provide fun opportunities to promote teamwork and confidence building. The goal of the program is to develop young students into creative and critical thinkers and encourage the pursuit of higher-level math courses, degrees and careers. Brain Games What does a paper clip, a spoon, and a rubber band have in common? Destructive power! Confused? These are the ingredients of a hand held catapult. Expand your mind and challenge your brain engaging in competitive games, projects and puzzles. Researchers at University of California, Berkeley, have declared that mental training games can help students avoid the summer learning slide while playing a significant impact on enhancing cognitive and behavioral development. You will take everyday items and transform them into extraordinary machines. See how quickly you can construct a maze and discover your way out. Explore what it takes to keep your Martian colony alive with only a limited amount of supplies. Test your memory, flexibility, attention and problem-solving ability. You may be surprised... 281-757-4005

Home School Art - STEAM - The Art Center
Home School Art - STEAM Rachel Egelston Thursdays Jan. 7- Feb. 25, 1-2:30 p.m. $105 member / $155 non-member Ages 5-13 all materials provided Students will be introduced to the various correlations between the visual arts and math, science, history and literature. The course features a variety of two- and three- dimensional art forms in the creative process, mediums used include clay, pastels ink, and acrylic. The instruction allows for various skill levels. 970-243-7337 x2

Elementary School "Mini Camp" - Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
Never been to camp before? Or do you want to get a second or third taste of camp before staying for a full week? This is a great session for elementary children ages 7 – 8 — a four day/three night experience that provides a taste of all the fun of swimming, hiking, crafts, pond zip line, hiking to the fire tower and more! All activities and worship experiences are geared for this age-level to make camp something they will want to do again and again. 336-629-4085

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