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Summer Camps in Hartshorne, OK

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Archery - Wayzata Campus
Campers will learn and advance their skills in shooting, standing, drawing and releasing. Concentration, slow steady breaths, release and safety are overarching themes, and Blake fourth grade teacher Don Quinn offers 30 years of archery experience. Archery camp hits the bullseye with both parents and kids! 952-988-3463

Latest Review for Moss Hollow

Amazing Summer Adventure
We felt it was very important for our kids to spend at least a portion of the summer surrounded by nature. They got plenty of that at Moss Hollow! This was a summer of first for our children including first time in a canoe, first time sleeping overnight outside the home, first time camping, first time fishing. Now they're experts at all of that. They're also much more confident and self-assured. Keep up the good work!... Read More...


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Teen Leadership Camp Session B - Tampa, FL
Prepare your teen for the academic, emotional, and social demands of adolescence at TeenMax Leadership Camps this summer. Your teen will learn about and define their values, develop their own mission statement and create their own vision board. They will understand their role in relationships, learn how to take personal responsibility and to build trust, leaern to set goals, and to prioritize their schedules. Fitness and stress reduction are also a part of our curriculum.

Kingdom Kid's Camp (June 20-24th) - Shreveport, LA
Please join us at CCS. Meeting times will be Monday-Wednesday from 9:30AM - 8:00PM and Thursday from 9:30AM - Noon. Please see Karen Hudgens for more information.

See.Me.KC Social Media Kid's Camp - Liberty, MO
Social Media is here to stay. The better we educate our kiddos the better equipped they will be to manage themselves online. See.Me.KC owner, Autumn Mitchell, has children, and knows how scary it can be to let your kids loose online and on social media. That's why education is key! Grades: 6th-8th See.Me.KC Camp includes: Education about Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube Risk factors about being online and how to protect yourself Snacks & Games Fun Pack to take home Education about Cell phones and Tablets Safety App for Parents to download Cost $60

SWRYF Regional Retreat 2016 - Aquilla, TX
The Sehion Mar Thoma Church YF invites all of you to the 2016 SWRYF Regional Retreat! Theme: Catalyst Verse: "For this reason I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you through the laying on of my hands. For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power and self-discipline." - 2 Timothy 1:6-7 Speaker: Alex Mathew Facility: Latham Springs Camp and Retreat Center Registration: Registration is until October 7 and costs $80 per person. You can sign up at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/hqXUjlotkjTgEHqq2 For more information on Regional Retreat, check out our website: http://regionalretreat2016.wix.com/regionalretreat2016 Contact: -Stacy Varghese: (972) 415-6197 -Sara Varghese: (469) 500-3505 Please keep this retreat in your prayers and we hope to see you there!

Music School Open House & Summer Camp Preview - Wilmington, DE
live music | sample lessons | demos | refreshments | summer camp preview...FREE TO ATTEND! There is something for everyone at the Music School — from children as young as 6 months to retired adults, from traditional classical and Suzuki training to jazz, rock and folk — we’re a place where everyone is welcome, engaged and nurtured, so bring the entire family! Take a tour of our campus; meet our expert faculty and sample a variety of instruments; enjoy live performances by our students, faculty and music ensembles, learn about our music therapy program or participate in an early childhood music and movement class. Feel free to drop in on the day, or let us know you're coming by using the RSVP form on our website! In the event of snow or other unpleasant weather, the Open House will be moved to Monday, February 22nd from 5-7pm. For more information, contact Michelle DiMarino, Student & Alumni Relations Officer, at 302.762.1132 x22 or [email protected]

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Minecraft 3D Adventures– Ages 6-8 - Goleta Presbyterian Church
(no experience needed) Think Minecraft is just a video game? Think again. Create, explore, and put your problem-solving skills to the test. Lets pretend youre alone in a mysterious new world, full of hidden dangers. You have only minutes to find food and shelter before darkness falls and the monsters come looking for you. What do you do? What we teach you might just save your life! Learn how to find resources; make a shelter; craft tools, armor, and weapons, and protect yourself from monsters. Campers also create their own adventure map as design, production, and test playing guide them. Campers learn how to work as a team as they take on the real-world jobs of programmer, game designer, artist, and architect. There are two modes of the game. The scenario above describes the survival mode. There is also a creative mode where there are no monsters and you will be able to fly around and have unlimited resources to build amazing creations and buildings. What kind of adventure you choose will be up to you! NO Minecraft account is needed for THIS CAMP as we have licenses ready for use. Just come and learn the basics, as well as... 805-570-1988

Youth Learn to Row Camp - Water Sports Center
Learn to row this summer! Participants learn proper rowing technique, whole body conditioning and water safety while making new friends and enjoying a new and fun activity. Youth who particpate during the summer get a head start on team rowing if they choose to row during the school year. All camps are two weeks and there is no limit to the number of sessions a participant can sign up for. Eligibility - anyone who has never rowed prior to summer 2016, ages 13-18 and entering 8th - 12th grade in fall 2016. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCR is open to student athletes, ages 13-18 (8th-12th grade), regardless of experience. Practice is daily after school, Monday through Friday, 3:45-6:15p, and Saturday mornings 7:30-10:00a. LOCR offers a Fall racing season, Winter training season, Spring racing season, plus options row during the summer months. Rowers new to the sport are considered Novice and after their first year advance to Varsity. Through a partnership with the local high schools, Varsity athletes have an opportunity to letter just as they would in a sport offered through their school. INCLEMENT WEATHER: LOCR reserves the right to cancel classes due to poor weather or water...

Summer Camp Heroes and Villains- ages 6 to 9 yo - Childrens Theatre of Cincinnati
Explore the world of musical theatre with heroes who save the day and villains whose perfect plans of tyranny seem to always get thwarted. Join the talented TCT staff as we use musical theatre activities, games and fun to create the world of Heroes and Villains. Which side will you be on? Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the class each day. Please provide your child with lunch for each day. You may sign up your child for all 3 weeks. There is a $100 deposit required for each registration A final performance will be held on June 10th 513-569-8080

Lucky Star Camp - Offsite
Lucky Star Camp Camp includes ballet, tap, jazz and tumbling as well as a dazzling craft project. After this camp, your dancer is sure to spend the rest of the summer shuffling, galloping and twirling like a pop princess! Join us at the end of the week for an in-studio dance camp showcase! 1 year dance experience preferred. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Wings School of Dance One Camp Evers Lane

2016 Schaeper Goalkeeping Camp - Practice Facilty - North Bend Road
Specific topics to be covered include: • footwork to prepare for the save • positioning to make the save simple • catching to take the ball securely • punching safely when the ball cannot be held • handling crosses to eliminate the danger • diving, low ball and high ball, when you must extend to make the save • communicating to organize teammates • distribution to begin the attack 513-967-1068

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