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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Fantasy Dance Camp - Winnetka Community House
This very popular camp incorporates imagination, movement, pantomime, music, dance and enchanting costumes to make for a wonderful summer experience. Each week we will explore a new theme, learn basic ballet, improve motor skills, complete an arts & crafts project and enjoy a yummy snack. Please have your child toilet trained as the insturctor will not change diapers. This camp meets one cay a week for two hours. You may sign up for as many days as you wish. Please bring a small snack to class, we will provide water during snack time. AGE GROUP Youth LOCATION 204 at Winnetka Community House INSTRUCTOR Meghann Mueller
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Camp Omega
 
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Distance
32.35 Miles
Address:
22750 Lind Ave, Waterville, Minnesota 56096
Challenging & fun programs that promote solid Christian values/self-esteem development & spiritual growth.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Basketball, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study, Sailing,...
Summer Camp at KinderCare-MN
 
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Distance
42.34 Miles
Address:
, Rochester, Minnesota
Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: General Academics
adidas Tennis Camps in Minnesota - St Olaf College
 
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44.16 Miles
Address:
, Northfield, Minnesota
The adidas Tennis Camps were developed to provide athletes an opportunity to become better tennis players in a fun
Activities: Sports Camps: Tennis
Advantage Basketball Camp - Iowa
 
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Distance
47.26 Miles
Address:
, Clear Lake, Iowa
You'll learn all the tricks and moves you've seen in the college hoops and made by the NBA professional players. Advantage camps were selected...
Activities: Sports Camps: Basketball
Camp Victory
 
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Distance
48.19 Miles
Address:
58212 403rd Ave, Zumbro Falls, Minnesota 55991
It is better to build boys and girls then mend men and women.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Backpacking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Religious Study,...
Good Earth Village
 
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Distance
48.55 Miles
Address:
25303 Old Town Rd, Spring Valley, Minnesota 55975
A beautiful 500 acre Christian camp and retreat center tucked into the bluffs of SE Minnesota.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Leadership Development,...
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Geneva, MN Summer Camps

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Crossings Summer Camp 2016 - Hardin, KY
$374. Middle and High School Students To sign up or for more information, call the church office at (731)285-4811. $75 deposit must be paid by February 15. you may visit the website of the camp, but must sign up at FBC office. http://www.gocrossings.org/jonathancreek/

Teen Life Leaders Camp - Garrison, ND
Details Pending For more information: [email protected] or 701-258-3811 Triangle Y Camp is located on Lake Sakakawea, approximately 10 miles southwest of Garrison, ND on county route #13. Camp signs are posted on Highway 37 starting 4 miles west of Garrison. Directions to Camp From Minot: Take highway 83 south to route 37 west (toward Garrison). Follow route 37 approximately 4 miles past Garrison, look for "Youth Camp" sign and country road 13. Follow Triangle Y Camp signs to camp. From Bismarck: Take highway 83 north to route 37 west (toward Garrison). Follow route 37 approximately 4 miles past Garrison, look for "Youth Camp" sign and county road 13. Follow Triangle Y Camp signs to camp. From Williston: Take highway 1804 (east) to route 23 (New Town). Follow route 23 to route 37, continue on route 37 toward Garrison. Look for "Youth Camping" sign and county road 13. Follow Triangle Y Camp signs to camp.

Bozeman Summer Activity & Camp Roundup - Bozeman, MT
WHEN April 07, 2016 4:00pm - 7:00pm WHERE Gallatin Valley Mall, Bozeman What: Get a jump-start on enrollment for 2016! This is a great opportunity to promote your unique summer programs to children and parents alike. New this year: We have entertainment for all ages with a bouncy house, face painting, aerial yoga, glitter tattoos, a drumming circle with Chet and Elsa and Spiderman from Eclectic Characters. When: Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 4-7 p.m. (Setup begins at 3 p.m.; please plan to stay until the end of the event) Where: Gallatin Valley Mall, 2825 W Main St., Bozeman 6ft table provided with electricity. You must bring your own extension cord. Limited quantity. $150 Contact us about an ad in the Montana Parent Summer Camp Issue* (Deadline March 15, 2016) at an additional cost.* No print ads are included with your Summer Camp Roundup table purchase. To buy advertising in the Summer Camp Guide, please contact Cora DeSantis, [email protected] Sign up online here: http://mtparent.com/calendars/event/summer-camp-roundup The Summer Activity and Camp Roundup is a nonprofit community effort, hosted by Montana Parent, Gallatin Valley Mall, Montana Outdoor Science School, Bozeman Parks and Recreation Department and the Gallatin Valley YMCA. RSVP to this event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1685519241721471/...

Winter Break Kids Camp - Medina, OH
"Winter Break Kids Camp" - Different theme each day! Designed for children 4-10 years old Monday-Wednesday December 28-30th 9:00AM -3:00PM each day $40 per child/ $2 off additional children Each Day Includes: Fun Filled Holiday Activities, Plenty of Playtime, Crazy Craft, Games and Prizes throughout the day, and Lunch! Snacks available for purchase RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! For your peace of mind, we are closed to the public during any drop off session and our experience staff care for the kids throughout the day!

“Teen Sexism, Self-image and School Success” with Campbell Leaper, PhD
Adolescents today face the competing demands of doing well in school, being popular, developing close relationships with friends and romantic partners, and appearing sexually attractive to others. Each of these challenges is affected by stereotypes about what is considered desirable or undesirable for each gender. Sexism occurs when these stereotypes constrain the self-image and aspirations of girls and boys. What are the most powerful influences in teen sexism – family, peers, school, music, social media. How are these influences and the stereotypes they promote affecting teen relationships and school success? Do you worry about their effects on your children? Campbell Leaper, Professor and Department Chair of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, and co-founder of the Gender Development Research Conference, is an expert on gender ideologies, self-concept, sexism, and gender bias in schools. He will talk about the ways that gender stereotypes affect girls’ and boys’ self-image, relationships, and school success. Most importantly, he will discuss what adults can do to mitigate sexism and the negative cultural influences in our kids’ lives. For more information on Campbell Leaper: http://people.ucsc.edu/~cam/Site/Welcome.html CCSF Parking Permit: http://parentscoalition.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/CCSF-parking-permit.pdf

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Wacky World of Weather - Da Vinci Science Center
Wacky World of Weather - $150 (July 25 – July 29) Whats up with this weather? Why is water falling from the sky?! Why does the sky change color every day? What is the difference between snow, sleet, and hail? How do people know tomorrows weather today? Explore the answers to all these questions and more this week your friends at Da Vinci Science Center! Session presented in partnership with Community Services for Children 484-664-1002

SJC - Performs - Session I - SJC Long Island
For the week of July 5th, there is no class on July 4th. When adding Before Care, After Care, or Lunches, you will select additional quantities to cover the full 3 weeks as needed. Theres something for every young theater artist this summer at SJC! Boys and girls entering 3rd through 8th grade will be divided by age to learn a broad range of performance skills, including acting, singing, and dance. Campers will continue to challenge their imaginations with classes in improvisation, playwriting, and production design. Our professional staff of New York theater artists and educators will lead the groups through creative exercises to build an ensemble where every camper gets the chance to shine! Both of our 3-week camp sessions culminate in a unique performance showcase open to family and friends. After the curtains close, the lessons in confidence, collaboration, and creativity last a lifetime! 631 687 4556

Choir Workshop: Kids - Farmhouse
Take your music skills to the next level with the brand NEW Summer program! This half-day program will introduce your child to the fun of singing in a group setting. They will be instructed in singing techniques as well as music theory and ear training. They will also learn choir pieces that will result in a performance at the end of the week. If you have an enthusiastic, young singer this is the program for you! 508 435-9222

Teen Overnight Camp 3 (Teens must have completed year 2 to register) - Flathead Valley
Youth must have completed Teen Camp 2 to register for Teen Camp 3. Multiple program discount does apply if enrolling your child in this and any other summer program. Visit our website for program details: If you pay just the deposit now, your balance payment of $650 is due 14 days before the start of the program and can be paid by check or through your Active.com account. Send checks to: Ravenwood/POB 1314/Whitefish, MT 59937. If interested, please contact us for information about our scholarship program via e-mail. 1-406-260-8620

Boys Two Week Camp II - Camp Sancta Maria
The day at camp is set within the Catholic framework of a daily Mass and prayer service, but each year we welcome campers from all faiths. A two-week session at CSM has proven time and again to help build confidence and awareness that campers take home and to school. Spending two-weeks living, playing and praying with friends made on the basketball court or in the mess hall creates a bond that can last a lifetime. These friendships endure, even strengthen, during a winter at homes perhaps miles apart and are renewed year after year as campers grow together in their summer home, here among the nature and splendor of our 96 wooded acres. 231-546-3878

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