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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Elite Spring Clinic - DeNunzio Pool
The Elite Spring Clinic is for the serious athlete who has aspirations to play at the college level. The sessions will focus on individual skill development, team tactics and team play. Campers will receive high level instruction at every skill or game station from a coach who understands what it takes to play at the college level. The session will be intense and designed to push each camper past their comfort zone in order to improve their overall play. (609) 258-3369
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NeSoDak Bible Camp/Klein Ranch
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
17.57 Miles
Address:
2001 S Summit Ave, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57197
Lutherans outdoors in South Dakota welcomes all to explore and experience Christ's love in community and creation!
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Hiking, Horseback Riding...
Outlaw & Atlantic Mountain Ranches
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
17.57 Miles
Address:
2001 S Summit Ave, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57197
Mtn. Western ranch setting. Comfortable for families, children. Simple living & outdoor adventures for older youth. Horseback riding. Christian emphasis.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Shetek Lutheran Ministries
 
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Distance
47.77 Miles
Address:
14 Keeley Island Dr, Slayton, Minnesota 56172
Lake setting. Programs and facilities for all ages all year around. Beautiful island with medium & high comfort living.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Community Service, Leadership...
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Camp KidJam Informational Meeting! - Fairview Heights, IL
This will be an informational meeting for Parents with Students that want to attend Camp KidJam! The meeting will take place immideately after the 11am Service!

Building E-S.T.E.A.M. Partnership Presents...Teen Tech Week: Coding Bo
Gearing up for Georgia S.T.E.M. Day on May 6, we have partnered with the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System to co-host a bootcamp where teens will participate in a week long series of hands-on technology exercises. Topics wiill include: - website design - coding - dgital storytelling - researching - social media and more! Ages: Tweens & Teens daily classes begin at 4:30pm. Advanced Registation is required.

Kid's Winter Camp #1, 2016 - Oakhurst, CA
Captain Cook and his first mate, MrJ, have encountered a new captain named Jesus. Captain Jesus brings life and love into the pirate's world of fear and hate. In this fantastic story the sailors wrestle with the question, "Who you gonna follow now?" When Jesus speaks "Yes" into your life you hear the Captain's “Aye”! Join the Adventure! Our 2016 Kid’s Winter Camps are filled with thrilling games, winter activities and energetic worship. MrJ and the Kid Possible Band will be speaking and performing at Kid’s Camp #1 and #2. So grab a friend and sign up as individuals or with your church today! Please contact us if you have any questions - we'd love to help! (559) 683-4938

BodyRite Training Teen Sport Camp - Jamesport, NY
We are excited to announce that BodyRite will be hosting a series of teen athletic camp programs this summer. Many young athletes are looking to improve their abilities in the off season and we believe BodyRite Teens Sport Camp will help enhance athletic skills and performance by using simple methods and sound science. The camp will run three separate sessions in two week sessions, starting July 11th from 11am to 2pm. The best part of the camp, is that no matter what ability level, the camper will progress. Whether an athlete or not, this camp is designed to help any teen interested in working out learn the basics of proper movement, strength training, and sound nutrition. We welcome all abilities ages 13 through 18. Coupling intelligent programming with sport specific nutrition, we will teach the athlete or interested fitness enthusiast how to move better for their sport, and how to fuel thier bodies properly for optimal performance.

8th Annual "Send a Kid to Camp" Yokohama Tire Golf Classic - Roanoke,
Tee off for Apple Ridge Farm, and help Send a Kid to Camp! 8th Annual Yokohama Tire Golf Classic Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Roanoke Country Club Captain’s Choice Format 1:00 p.m. Shotgun Start 11:30 a.m. Lunch catered by Outback Steakhouse Entry fee before September 30, 2016: $500 Team (4 person) / $125 Individual Entry fee after September 30, 2016: $540 Team (4 person) / $135 Individual Included with your entry fee: * Lunch by Outback (always a winner!) * Free team photo, printed on-site for you to take home * Great prizes for tournament winners * A raffle ticket for a chance to win other great stuff! Get a team together! Sign up by clicking the "Tickets Available" link at the top of the page, or visit www.appleridge.org to learn more! Questions? Give us a call at 540-982-1322 or send us an email at [email protected] Sponsorships available and donations welcome!

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Game Art Design - Florence Elementary School
Do you love playing games? Then Game Art Design is for you! Children learn about game theory and design and apply it to create a custom game of their own. They will create, design, and develop the rules to play their very own, unique adventure card game. At the end of this workshop children will go home with their card game and a 3d printed card case. Grades 1-2 Dates: Wednesday; Jan. 27; Feb. 3, 10, 24,; Mar. 2, 9 Time: 2:30 - 4:00 Cost: $80.00 3364930403.0

Coach Doug Club Holiday Endless Summer - Germantown Community Recreation Center
Full Day: Ages 5-12; Half Day: Ages 3-5:Heres an exciting opportunity to enjoy age appropriate sports, games, arts & crafts, and more in this supercharged environment. The Club will feature organized activities as well as time for participants to engage in activities based on their own interests. Sports include soccer, basketball, hockey, and others. In addition, there will be games and non-competitive activities designed for everyones enjoyment. Special events and surprises will heighten the event. Its a great way to wind down at the end of the summer, making it an endless summer for all! Bring a bag lunch daily. For more information call 301-983-2690. A $10 material fee due for full day $5 material fee for half day to instructor. Extended day option available. SECONDARY CATEGORY General Sports LOCATION Germantown Gymnasium at Germantown Community Recreation Center INSTRUCTOR Coach Doug Academy

Make Your Own Comic Book - The Evergreen School
Students will draw their own comic book while learning storyboarding, basic character drawing, and 3D drawing. There will be opportunities to read comic books and to use how-to-draw guides in Manga, Anime, and various other styles. On the last day everyone will take home the comic book they created. This class is led in a supportive and creative atmosphere by Lukas Allenbaugh, who has over 20 years of experience teaching various styles of art to children. 206-957-1533

PREP Boys Basketball Camp - Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
Prep players will gain court-confidence from an intensive physical study of the fundamentals of the game of basketball under the guidance of Boys Head Coach Todd Howard and his staff. Prep players will bring their game to a new level: from drills in dribbling to shooting, to games and strategy exercises, players will gain the keys to success on the court. Head Boys Basketball Coach Todd Howard has just completed his second season at Brebeuf. Before coming to Brebeuf, Coach Howard played at the University of Louisville and was a long time assistant and Head Coach for the IUPUI Jaguars Mens Basketball team. 3175247050.0

Intro to Programming - Duluth First United Methodist Church
COURSE Campers will be using a software program from MIT called Scratch. The program was designed for children, and teaches them the basics of programming as they create animated stories, video games, and interactive artwork. Using colorful programming blocks, campers drag and snap together the blocks to make a character (Sprite) walk, speak, play music, or interact with other sprites. 404-932-2552

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