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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Grains in Your Greens - Museum
While we are used to lettuce and greens as our salad base, many cultures use grains or beans as their flora foundation. Well learn how to cook dry grain, make our own salad dressing and create an awesome salad full of flavor and vitamins! Allergy Alert: Gluten and dairy are optional additions to both salads. 504-267-7490
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The Center for Courageous Kids
 
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Distance
52.04 Miles
Address:
1501 Burnley Rd, Scottsville, Kentucky 42164
Activities: Youth Programs
YMCA Camp Piomingo
 
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Distance
55.93 Miles
Address:
1950 Otter Creek Park Rd, Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Golf, Horseback...
Confrontation Point Ministries
 
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Distance
61.83 Miles
Address:
PO Box 127, Wilmore, Kentucky 40390
Single group missions & wilderness experiences offering hands on leadership development training and a distinct focus upon spiritual growth.
Activities: Backpacking, Canoeing, Caving, Climbing/Rappelling, Community Service, Leadership Development, Rafting, Religious...
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Greensburg, KY Summer Camps

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Teen Driving Boot Camp in East Rutherford - East Rutherford, NJ
Students in the area will get to have their first (hopefully) Oh My God moment while driving their own vehicle. The only driving education offered to teens is Driver’s Ed in high school (sitting behind a desk) and then 6 hours behind the wheel to get their permit. Six hours of foot-to-pedal contact will never be enough to prepare our new drivers. The NJ-based company, Drive Safer, LLC, takes a... More info: http://evrd.us/ZzIWL

2nd Annual Youth Campout - Middle Fork Wildlife Mgmt Area
Bring your kids, grandchildren, nieces, nephews. WFBCHU 2nd annual youth camp. Friday, September 18: Check in 5 pm. Ride at 6 pm. Hobo dinner assembly upon return from ride. Leave No Trace demonstration during dinner. Guitar music and sing along. Hobo dinners and smores provided by Chapter. Saturday, September 19: Creakfast cooked and provided by Chapter. Service project if applicable. AM ride. Lunch on your own. 2 pm Ponies on Parade. Decorate your horse with animal friendly paint, glitter, ribbons, feathers, etc. We will lead decorated ponies through campground. PM ride if desired. First aid demo. Dinner hot dogs, chips, pork n beans provided by Chapter. Scavenger hunt 7 pm. Campfire smores and music. Sunday, September 20: Breakfast provided by Chapter. Ride. Good byes. Please RSVP Tammi Johnson @ [email protected] or (801) 690-4469 no later than September 11 of number coming in your party. All youth MUST be accompanied by an adult. This event free to members. Non- members of BCHU need to pay WFBCHU membership fee and sign liability release form. day of check in.

Kids Camp: Yoga, AcroYoga & Circus Arts - Salt Lake City, UT
CCY Kids Camp: Winter Break Edition! Grades K-6 Tues Dec 27 - Thurs Dec 29 (3 Days) 10:30am - 1:30pm (3 hrs each day) $95 Full Camp / $35 Drop-in 1 day Register Online: https://squareup.com/store/kimberly-preston Students will Increase: -strength -flexibility -self-confidence -creativity -tools to cope with stress -social skills We Will Explore: -yoga poses (asanas) -"breathing breaks" (pranayama) -natural creativity & playfulness in movement -games & art activities -partner yoga and AcroYoga -basic partner acrobatics & group acrobatics for kids -headstands & handstands -other circus arts including juggling, hooping, & balance Fresh fruit & veggies will be provided for snack. Please pack any additional snacks and be sure your child eats a full breakfast before arriving. Please wear comfortable clothes and pack a closeable water bottle. Kimberly Preston, E-RYT, AYT, is an experienced teacher, and will provide a safe & supportive environment for your child. She is a certified Kids Yoga Teacher, a certified AcroYoga International Teacher and has a social work background. She has 12 + years working with kids and welcomes children of all abilities

Camp Zephyr 4th Annual "Summer Kickoff Classic" Golf Tournament - Corp
This event is a fun way to support camp ministry and help Zephyr kick off the summer season. It is a four man scramble and is open to anyone and everyone! There are four ways you can be involved: 1) Play on a Team 2) Be a sponsor 3) Be a donor 4) Help us spread the word Find more information and register today at: https://campzephyr.wordpress.com/about-us/giving/2015-golf-tournament/

Kid's Culinary Day Camp at LeTourneau Christian Center - Rushville, NY
Kid's Culinary Day Camp at LeTourneau is a wonderful opportunity for kids ages five to thirteen to experience the culinary arts in an exciting and safe Christian environment. Kids Culinary Day Camp includes all of the following exciting aspects of the culinary arts: an introduction to the culinary arts, food safety, cooking, food tastings, crafts and games. We also offer a Bible Study time to explore how God uses "food" to teach us eternal truths. Kids ages five to eight will meet Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am until 11:30 am. While kids ages nine to thirteen will meet from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm. All participants will receive a free chef's hat and specially designed t-shirt. If your child would like to participate in this new and exciting event, please call or email our office for a registration packet. (585) 554-3400 Cost (Ages 5-8) Early Bird Registration (by Aug 7) $80 per child; Normal Registration: (by Aug 8-12) $90 per child; Late Registration (After Aug 13-17) $100 per child Cost (Ages 9-13) Early Bird Registration (by Aug 7) $90 per child; Normal Registration: (by Aug 8-12) $100 per child; Late Registration (After Aug 13-17) $110 per child http://www.letourneau.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Culianary-Camp.pdf Single Day Prices: Ages 5-8: $30 Ages 9-13: $30

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AM - Frozen Fairytale Glam Camp - St Joseph Notre Dame Campus -Marianist Hall
Does your child love fairytales and Frozen? This camp will explore these worlds through their music, dance, costumes, make-up, and magic! A Chance for students to get inside their favorite characters and stories and truly look and experience the part. 510-764-8979

Secrets Behind Great Image Making - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Improve your image making by better understanding that great images come from a series of decisions, not merely impulse and opportunity. In under three hours, participants will see before and after examples of photographs…hearing the challenges behind making each image and the decisions that ultimately brought them to life. Participation in the workshop can be a way for students to either begin their journey of improved image making OR a visual treat after completing steps one and two in the course sequence. Perfect for introductory or mid level experience, if not more. 302 239-2434 x120

Green Thumbs Worlds End Reservation (AM session) - Worlds End Reservation
Some say it isnt easy being green but it is here! Especially if being green means spending time outside and learning to love the world around you. This is our goal with this introductory program. This three day session will take place at Worlds End Reservation which is home to some of the best views on the South Shore. Our activities will be similar to activities offered in the full week session but tailored to our younger audience. Children can expect to put on their backpack and head out in search for adventures at the salt marsh, shore line or forest. Children must be four by August 31st to be eligible for this program. We have also had many five year old campers in this program that are looking for an introduction or a shorter week. 781.740.7233

Animation and Computer Programming - Orchard Hills School
Have you ever wondered how to speak "computer"? Do you like to draw your own cartoon or anime characters and create imaginative stories? This summer you will learn to communicate your imaginative ideas from your brain to a computers digital brain. Through use of Scratch.mit.edu you will learn how to make interactive cartoon characters, animate short stories, and design your very own computer game. No programming experience is necessary. Students will play each others games and participate in an arcade festival on the last day of class. Join us this summer and put your imagination to the test! 714-832-6299

PM Week 8: Snap Crackle Pop - Oakhill Day School
Why do Rice Krispies go snap, crackle, pop? What is static electricity? How does it work? Why does your hair stand on end? Come explore these and other fun scientific oddities in our new camp! Youre sure to get a ‘charge out of it! 816-436-6228

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