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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 1E. Prim: 4 hr Half Day - PreK - RiverRun Community Montessori
Primary Class, Pre-K level is for students who will be 4 years old by Dec 1, 2016. The class is from 8:45 - 12:45 pm and will include the morning work period, snack & recess and lunch (brought from home). 518-334-3099
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November Teen Service Day
Teens (13 and up) are invited to join us. We will be seriving in the storehouse with World Vision in the Bronx. We have done cool stuff with them before and I'm looking forward to serving with them again. We will have a short devotion and grab lunch as well.

B-Fest Teen Book Festival: Author Signing, Susan Campbell Bartoletti -
Newbery Honor and YALSO Award-winning author Susan Campbell Bartoletti joins us on B-Fest weekend for a book signing featuring her critically-acclaimed Teen titles The Boy Who Dared, and They Called Themselves the KKK. Standout contributions to any teen's history book shelf, both titles elicit questions about moral courage, nationalism, and the responsibility of the individual. #BFESTBUZZ

New Years - Emmanuel - Twin Bridges, CA
The year of 2016 is slowly, but surely, coming to end, and the new year of 2017 is rolling in. Join us as we remember the Old and celebrate the New on December 30th through January 2nd. Bryte Youth is doing something different by hosting this New Year up in the mountains, in the midst of the beautiful, God given nature. These four days will be spent with fellowship, worship, and a time to reflect about the previous year and pray over the new one. The focus of our topic will be Emmanuel: God is with us. Over the course of four days, you will all have an opportunity to discover where and when God has been with us, and how His guiding hand has led us all along. Of course, these four days will also be action packed with various activities. For those of you who want to relax, no worries. Spend the four days lounging in the cozy cabins, or go on a walk and taking in the beautiful scenery. A gorgeous atmpsphere, warm company, good friends, and a God centered getaway is all you need to celebrate this New Year. Buy your tickets TODAY for the...

Bay Area Seminoles Free Youth Cheer Camp - Oakland, CA
Free Youth Cheer Camp Ages 5 - 14 Spaces are limited !!! Bay Area Seminoles Youth Cheer Camp May 14 From 10am - 1pm | Registration starts at 9:30am. Castlemont High School Cheer Room 8601 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland, Ca All participants must RSVP BY May 11th. To RSVP Email: [email protected] or Call 925.206.2843 *All participants will receive a $50 credit towards the Seminoles Cheer Program

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Theater Class - Theater Camp - Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center
?New World, New Me.? ?You come in off the street, through the doors of the theater. You sit down. The lights go down and the curtain goes up. And youre in another world.? Robert Caro, journalist and theater lover, once said. Join us for Theater Camp as we explore what it takes to originate and develop characters. Beginning with acting fundamentals, students will learn the vocabulary used in the theater world, and take classes on monologues, scene work, pantomime, improvisation and more. The culminating event will have students perform a monologue or scene of their choice LOCATION Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center INSTRUCTOR Young Audiences Of Virginia

Grades 1-3 Music Camp - Terrace Park Elementary Music Room
Students will enjoy exploring music through playing games, singing, dancing, and playing a variety of instruments. A portion of each day will be spent in the piano lab, and students will have the opportunity to learn a song or two on the piano during the week. Piano skills are not required to register as instruction will be tailored to individual ability levels. Students entering grades 1-3 are invited to join Mrs. Mott and Mrs. Croll for an action packed camp full of engaging and fun music activities. Due to the specialized nature of the camp, registration is limited to 24 students. 513-272-7407

Ryan Beeson Youth Females - Camp Glen
Our goal is to provide campers with the tools they need to be successful through Christ centered teaching. With an emphasis on growth, acceptance, and openness. We create a safe haven to reboot your spiritual life. www.beesonministries.com 419-422-5415

Lets Fly: Beginning Bird Watching August 1-5 - Summit School
Lets Fly - Beginning Bird Watching --- Camp Leader- Heather Moir --- August 1-5 --- Rising 3rd, 4th & 5th Graders --- Learn to identify birds based on field marks, sounds, and behavior --- Discover interesting facts about our feathered friends --- Develop the skills and techniques needed to enjoy this fun and rewarding hobby --- Campers will need binoculars and sturdy walking shoes --- Visit some of our areas birding "hotspots" - Reynolda Gardens, C.G. Hill Park, Hathaway Park, and Tanglewood Park --- Grow your love of the outdoors and a further your appreciation of our natural world --- Questions about this camp? (336) 722-2777

Pitching Camp: Session 3 - Cabin John Regional Park
Affordable pitching camps which provide young players with specialized training can be difficult to find. The Big Train pitching camp provides highly specialized skill development at a very affordable price, just $165 per week. During the camp, 25 players will have the opportunity to receive one-on-one training and participate in pitching drills with Big Train college pitchers. Campers will work for two hours each afternoon in the Povich Field outfield and Povich Field bullpens, building the pitching skills to get them to that next level. Note: Pitching Camp will not meet on Wednesdays to prevent the risk of campers straining their arms. 301-365-1076

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