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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Minecraft: Using Redstone and Mods (14445P) - Cary Academy
Learn to be a Minecraft® Power User! Minecrafters know that the world is only limited by their imaginations and the mods they use. Explore the tools that will have you riding dragons and building rockets to the moon. Learn to use and evaluate mods that alter the appearance and physics of the game. Through customizing non-player characters and investigating the power of Redstone, learn to transform the Minecraft® experience! 919-677-7839
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Owensboro Parks & Recreation
 
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23.95 Miles
Address:
1530 McJohnson Ave, Owensboro, Kentucky 42303
Activities: Field Trips, Recreational Swimming
Camp Carson YMCA
 
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Distance
51.11 Miles
Address:
222 NW 6th St, Evansville, Indiana 47708
All the great activities of a traditional resident camp. Plus horseback, motorized dirt-bikes, water zip-lines, target sports and more. Christian atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Horseback...
YMCA Camp Piomingo
 
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Distance
58.1 Miles
Address:
1950 Otter Creek Park Rd, Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Golf, Horseback...
The Center for Courageous Kids
 
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Distance
60.08 Miles
Address:
1501 Burnley Rd, Scottsville, Kentucky 42164
Activities: Youth Programs
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Hartford, KY Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Let's get our Oakland youth to Camp Common Ground Oakland! - Oakland,
Thank you so much for supporting Camp Common Ground's effort to get our youth leaders in Oakland to camp! Your attendance and participation at the launch of our second fundraiser will be imperative to ensuring that our youth from diverse racial and economic backgrounds can stand together this summer to break down barriers that exist between their communities. Come hungry and ready to drink, and don't forget your laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc. that we will use to get the word out about the fundraiser to all of our networks! What's the impact we will make in one day? The fundraiser will last for the entire month of March. During last month's fundraiser, Camp Common Ground supporters exceeded the fundraising goal of $4800. The $5400 raised will bring 4 Oakland youth to camp. During this fundraiser, we will raise $13,200, which will bring 16 more Oakland youth to camp--6 more on full scholarships and 10 on partial scholarships. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Teen Life Camp - Columbus, TX
We are heading to Discovery Camp in Texas! Every Teen 13-18 can join us for a week of adventure and fun, all the while growing deeper in their relationship with Jesus!!!! This is going to be a life-impacting week! COST: $135 per youth and extra money for gas and food for the drive. RSVP to [email protected] by Feb. 26th. http://discovery-camp.org/ DISCOVERY CAMP began in 1989 as an age appropriate summer camp program for both children and teenagers. It has become the largest full-gospel camp in America reaching over 20,000 each summer. Pastors Tommy and Rachel Burchfield have dedicated over twenty-five years to building the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ. Their home and ministry headquarters is Country Camp in Columbus, Texas where gathering churches, loving pastors and networking leaders have earned them international respect. Their children, Andrew, Peter, and Abby are also involved in ministry. Discovery Camp's resides on a a 1,088-acre Christian retreat center and ministry headquarters located in Columbus, Texas. The campus includes housing for 1100 campers, full recreational facilities and summer resident quarters for over 200 staff employees, interns, and ministry families. Three waterslides, go-carts, horses and age appropriate activities will remind your group just how much fun it is...

Summer Camp Parent Open House - Waynesville, NC
Attending one of Parent Open Houses is required in order to register your shool-age child (Rising 1st through Rising 7th graders) for any of Spring 2017 Break Activity Days and any one of the many Summer Day Camp Options for 2017. We have MANY NEW Specialty Day Camps in store for 2017. Be sure to attend one of our Parent Open House Meetings to be able to register. Check our Event Calendar for other dates for Parent Open House. In order to register your child(ren) you must have attended one of the meetings. Mon, Feb 6 at 6:30p Wed, Feb 15 at 6:30p Mon, Feb 20 at 6:30p Tues, Feb 28 at 6:30p

Youth Summer Camp - Santa Barbara, CA
2 Weeks of Aikido Camp. Monday through Friday Camp Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Early drop (starting from 7:30am) off & late pick up (up to 6pm) up also available. We start at the dojo in the morning with formal Aikido classes. Then we clean up, eat lunch, and weather permitting, change into beach wear and head to the beach for lots of Aikido-related games and races, like sumo wrestling and bokto watermelon-cutting. Per week rate available. Per day rate available. Early drop-off and late pick-up available. Register / Learn More: https://aksb.givezooks.com/events/youth-summer-camp-in-santa-barbara-2015

SPRING BREAK CAMP - Boca Raton, FL
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Camp: Wonders Science - Community Park
Wonders Science camps are hands-on fun from beginning to end! Participants will experiment with 50 hands-on projects throughout the week, including: riding hover-crafts, creating invisible inks, growing crystal gardens, steering 60-foot solar blimps, making rock board collections, floating hot air balloons, launching giant smoke rings, setting-off the ultimate Mentos geyser, building lava lamps, making glow-in-the-dark signs, casting fossils, and much more! Dont miss out on this opportunity to enrich your childrens thirst to know more about the world around them! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instructor : Wonders Science Staff Location : Community Park, Auditorium: 13094 Civic Center Dr Materials Fee: $35 due on the first day of camp ACTIVITY AGE CATEGORY Youth (0-12) LOCATION CP Auditorium at Community Park INSTRUCTOR Wonders Science

Wadsworth Safety Town - Wadsworth Safety Town
Wadsworth Safety Town Program will prepare children to be aware of safety practices in their surrounding environments including home and school. 330-714-8788

Defend the Castle - Florence Elementary School
Defend the Castle Oh no it looks like a giant is on the loose in the kingdom! Defend the Castle and save the King using your imagination and LEGO WeDo Robotics. Children will learn about simple machines through building, as well as programming motors and sensors. Workshops have directed assignments and free-building time. Children are encouraged to learn cooperatively. Grades 1 & 2 Dates: Wed.; Mar. 16, 23,; Apr. 6, 13, 20; May 4 Time: 2:30 - 4:00 Cost: $80.00 3364930403.0

Camp Splash I - Off the Beaten Path Bookstore
This camp is all about getting wet! Learn about the issues surrounding water locally and around the world. Well read a variety of books about water adventures and even have a river rafting adventure of our own! Campers will explore the waterways in our Yampa River Valley and try their hands at catching aquatic insects and fish. This camp includes an overnight rafting trip with Camp Splash II students. Students will attend camp in Steamboat M-W 8:30-5PM. Leave Steamboat early Thursday morning and return Friday at 1pm. 855-426-6587

Hip Hop: Breaking the Rules 101 - The Evergreen School
What is it like to break the rules...on purpose?! Hip hop has a reputation for rule breaking in dance throughout its history. After all, hip hop was originally used as a peaceful way of creating change in a violent time through inter-city territory wars. In this class, students will learn about the history of hip hop, and how early hip hop created a movement in society towards positive change as we create our own dance of positive change! Students must wear sneakers and comfortable clothing. 206-957-1533

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