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Summer Camps in Gooding, ID

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Three Five Eight Extended Care Wednesday - Piedmont Recreation Dept
Camp 358 Extended Care: Wednesday, August 10, 2016. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCATION Piedmont Recreation Department at Piedmont Recreation Dept INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff
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Luther Heights Bible Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
15.53 Miles
Address:
PO Box 389, Shoshone, Idaho 83352
Traditional Bible camp + adventure camps and servant events located in beautiful mountains outstanding Christian staff.
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Community Service, Horseback Riding (Western), Rafting,...
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Gooding, ID Summer Camps

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Kid's Beginner Sewing & Art Camp - Melbourne, FL
KID'S BEGINNER SEWING ART CAMP June 15 - 17 @10am - 2pm Ages: 12-16 The kids will learn basic sewing skills and print making to create their own fabric. They will complete two projects: a pillowcase and backpack bag. All supplies and materials are included. We have sewing machines, but it's best for your child to learn on their own machine if you have one. Cost includes all supplies: $125 Bring lunch, snacks and drinks. Limited Space. !! PLEASE SHARE THIS INVITE WITH PARENTS OF TWEENS AND TEENS!

Journey To Bethlehem - Attica, MI
Free to community: Take a hay wagon ride under the stars thru the life of Christ and visit 11 stations telling His story. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies in the lodge. We need volunteers in all areas, outside and inside. Contact Susan Lynch Bishop 8106648040

Summer Camp 2015 - Marlboro, VT
Camp Gone to the Dogs Summer Camp is from May 31 to June 6, 2015. Registration is open for anyone who would like to attend for our 26th year. You can contact Camp Gone to the Dogs at [email protected] or visit our website www.campgonetothedogs.com. P.S. - The website is still under construction, look for some changes and updates after Fall Camp 2014.

A.T.T.A.S Youth Basketball Camp - Houston, TX
America's Talent Tutoring Adolescent Services is hosting it's first annual summer camp. We will be utilizing basketball as a platform to discuss health and fitness. The camp will also focus on the realities that we face in the world such as bullying, interaction with law enforcement, individual life skills abilities. With the right type of foundation being provided our youth will have insurmountable success and the desire to pursue secondary and post secondary education. The summer camp will assist parents by providing support and resources parents can utilize to keep an idle mind occupied.

2016 CLT Teen Musical Camp presents Zombie Night! - Auburn, ME
2016 Teen Musical Camp presents Zombie Night! Directed by Vincent Ratzavong Music Direction Derrick Lacasse Choreographer Jake Boyce Producer Jen Rombalski This doo-wopping musical pays great tribute to classic horror flicks like “Night of the Living Dead,” “The Return of the Living Dead” and “Cemetery High.” Howie, Louise, Gary and Phoebe are in charge of “Zombie Night,” the annual senior class party. They locate an abandoned farmhouse by an old graveyard, once occupied by the creepy, crawly Dr. Thanatos, who tried to re-animate the dead (gulp!). Vivian and Anne show up, determined to destroy the party. (They’re sore losers who wanted a sock hop instead.) Enter a grim farmer who warns the kids that it’s dangerous to stay. We soon discover why — zombies! While the decorations go up, the zombies shuffle from the graveyard. Cosmic cannibals! It’s zombies versus students! The spoof races to a spine-chilling and hilarious finale. With a great opportunity for eerie makeup with the zombies, this bebopping fright-fest plays well at Halloween or any time of year!

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Home School Day: Take it Apart - The Mini Maker
During this session the kids are given safety instruction for every day use of basic hand tools such as screw drivers. Your kids work in groups to take apart every day household items that the kids are familiar with. This includes non-operational power tools, computers, home printers, alarm clocks, DVD players, ect. This session is designed for the kids to understand the concept that every day items are built and there are components, big or small inside of them. They get to see what is inside and how it is made. 517-233-1524

Wild Things! A Big Zoo Revue - The Georgetown Palace Theatre
The return of a Palace favorite! Filled with animals dancing and singing, Wild Things! A Big Zoo Revue is an inspirational musical trip through the zoo. The humorous and at times very touching lyrics, original and famous poems as optional text for each song and even science activities create a wonderful teaching and learning experience and an awesome performance opportunity! A variety of animals are presented, and every song has a different musical style – such as tango, polka, Caribbean, rock and roll, hip-hop, jazz, big band and speech percussion. Performance- 7/9/15 512-869-7469 x3

Premier 125 Soccer Academy - Premier 125 Soccer Academy
With its motto of "The Ultimate Soccer Education For the Serious Soccer Player" the Premier 125 Soccer Academy always delivers in providing one of the best soccer camp experiences in the country! Featuring one of the nations elite coaching staffs, with recruiting experience at the Division I, Division II, and Division III levels of college soccer, the Premier 125 Soccer Academy prides itself in ensuring a first class personal soccer experience which provides you with the tools and knowledge necessary to reach your individual soccer dreams. 410-337-6400

Aquatics Camp - PreK-4 - Avenues New York
Over the course of 4 days, the PreK-Grade students will learn essential swimming skills through fun and games. Combining a games-led approach with excellence in coaching and instruction, each student will learn the core aquatic skills needed to be a competent swimmer. In addition to working on the four competitive strokes, swimmers will learn numerous other skills, which will give them the ability to participate in a range of aquatic sports including synchronized swimming and water polo. Swimmers will also practice water rescue drills and discuss water safety. Requirements: Must be in the PreK – Grade group. Swimmers will be grouped by age and ability. There will be no more than 4 students per instructor. Please use the following link to complete an online swimming assessment form. 646-664-0982

Arduino I - Da Vinci Science Center
Arduino I* - $350 (July 18 – July 22) Todays technology: computer controlled Do-It-Yourself electronic projects facilitated by Arduino. Arduino is a micro-controller with user friendly coding that can be used to interact with the physical world. This Arduino starter camp will provide basic instruction on how to use the Arduino micro-controller to perform a variety of different tasks. This is a full day camp and includes a $50.00 material fee for take home electronic parts and accessories. Advisable Note: For continued learning experience beyond this camp, your child is encouraged to bring her/his own laptop daily onto which the necessary drivers and codes would be installed for the tasks we do each day. 484-664-1002

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