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Summer Camps in Holcomb, KS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Keyauwee - Chippewa - Keyauwee Program Center
site can accommodate an overall total of 36, but is broken into two groups of 4 or 5 small cabins with beds, sleeps a total of 16 or 20, has a covered pavilion with a refrigerator and stove, site has showers and latrine toilets. 336-274-8491
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Camp Lakeside
 
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300 E Scott Lake Dr, Scott City, Kansas 67871
Beautiful canyon setting for Christian nurture && growth;serving youth && adults;wheelchair accessible-pool,hiking,adjacent to state lake for canoeing & sailing.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study,...
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Holcomb, KS Summer Camps

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Winter Break Kid Camps at Bitter Root Pottery - Woodland Hills, CA
Winter Break Kids Session 3 January 4th - 8th (9am - 12pm) ($300/ per week) All camp classes are by reservation only, please email your inquiry along with a contact phone number reserve your classes as we fill up quickly. Camp daily classes are available upon request and availability. For Westfield Village Location: [email protected] For Beverly Grove Location: [email protected]

NCO Teen Summer Camp (6th - 12th grade) - Powell, OH
This is an awesome opportunity to attend a summer camp that focuses on Fun, Fellowship and the Freedom that Christ can give! This is a week long camp that will be awesome for all teens! Don’t miss it! See your youth pastor for more information. Deadlines and Cost Early = May 25th - $175 Mid = June 8th - $190 Late = June 15th - $210

Teen Weekend October - Pomfret Center, CT
For kids 13-18 $50 each 5:30 Friday till 9am Sunday

Kid's Yoga Camps - Pittsford, NY
Owner of Flower City Yoga and Art Therapist, Nora Doebrich will be hosting 3 very special Yoga Camps, this Summer. Activities will include; fun movment/yoga games, arts and crafts intended to calm the mind, anatomy education to build body awareness, yoga poses to promote self-esteem, group directives to create a sense of community and excerises to increase relaxation. We also have Mary Stachowski of Food, Fun and Friends who will be joining us for the Thursday of each week. Together we will be cooking a healthy snack for us to enjoy. 7/11- 7/15 Ages 5-7 7/25-7/29 Ages 8-10 8/8-8/12 Ages 11-13 Camps will run Monday- Friday 1pm-3pm. Cost of Camp is $120 and $100 for additional sibling.

Martial Arts Camp Black Friday - Clifton Park, NY
Join North Park Taekwondo for a kids black friday martial arts camp at North Park Taekwondo in Clifton Park. The camp is open to non-members, so a great time to try out martial arts, it's a drop off camp for kids ages 5 and up so let them have some fun while you shop or relax ;). Half day is 9am-12pm or 12:30-3:30pm. Full day is 9am-3:30pm. Half day is $30, Full day $50 Sibling discount pricing for 2 kids: Half Day $40, Full day $80 To reserve your spot, email [email protected], with Child's name, age, and parent contact info. Limited spots available so sign up now! Camp will consist of taekwondo, ninja and jiu-jitsu techniques along with games! Bring your snacks and lunch. www.northparktkd.com

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Gardening Club K-3 - YSWPCS
The students will learn how to plant and tend a garden to produce healthy, fresh food for themselves and for the school community. They will also learn about sustainability and caring for the earth. 4126682064 x134

9th Grade Football Camp - Seattle Preparatory School
The Seattle Prep freshman football coaching staff is hosting a 9-day football camp for all incoming 9th grade students interested in joining our football family. This is a wonderful opportunity for your son to begin cultivating relationships that will last a lifetime, meet the freshman and varsity coaching staffs, and enjoy developing skills and fundamentals of football. The staffs goal is to provide each camper with a fun and exciting two weeks of football and get to know our student-athletes. We will teach all campers the fundamentals and skills that are needed to compete in football safely. Most importantly, we will teach a winning attitude that will enable each camper to become the best individual and team player he can be. This is a contact camp. However, contact is limited with various tempos being used for teaching purposes as we develop our young Panthers. Please look for details in the freshman football newsletter, on the team page of the schools website in April. If you have questions, please contact Coach Aaron Maul. 2063240400.0

Waterfalls & Wading - July 24 - Camp Pisgah
Come explore the treasured rivers and waterfalls of western North Carolina! In this session, practice boating on our lake, slide down a natural rock cascade, spend the afternoon tubing along a lazy river, hike through DuPont State Park and explore the waterfalls where the Hunger Games movie was filmed. You and your group will still have plenty of time for campfires and smores as well. Due to the nature of this program, girls must be able to swim 25 yards and tread water non-stop for two minutes in order to participate. 336-274-8491

Paint that Pops! - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
Paint that Pops! For rising 2nd-6th grade students If you love to paint but dont know where to begin, pop on in to this class and learn all of the basics of painting! Students will learn color mixing, painting techniques and applications. Each student will have created four vibrant masterpieces by the end of the week. Instructor: Lynn Lofton, SAA-SDS Art Teacher 901-435-5843

Jr. Robotics Engineer - Goleta Presbyterian Church
Entry-level robotics and programming. Campers learn robotics using LEGO® Education WeDo™. Our young creators build snapping alligators, race cars, talking birds, and spinning robots, attach sensors and motors, and then program their creations with the WeDo visual drag-and-drop programming software. Counselors guide and encourage exploration and trial and error field-testing. Instead of simply "snapping bricks together," campers are encouraged to think critically about how their robot design can be changed and to understand more complicated engineering techniques such as gear use, pulleys, and inclined planes. Campers will also complete a small LEGO® project that they will be able to take home. 805-570-1988

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