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Summer Camps in Houghton, MI

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Fantasy Painting - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Surrealism flourished in the early twentieth century with artists such as Salvador Dali, Frida Kahlo, and Rene Magritte. Surrealism expresses imaginative dreams and visions free from rational control. In this class, students will learn to take realistic scenes and turn them into dreams. Practice acrylic painting, watercolor and even some collage! 302 239-2434 x120

Latest Review for Birchwood Camp

The outdoor activities were my son's favorite activities at this camp
This picturesque camp is quietly located between the Chugach Mountains and the Cook Inlet. It has been welcoming campers since 1961. My 10 year old son loves any outdoor activities. This camp is perfect for him. The non-judgmental philosophy of the camp makes it a place where children and teens can grow. Although there is a Christian emphasis at this camp it does not feel as if they are preaching. The staff live their faith by showing kindness and acceptance. ... Read More...


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Kid's CAMP 15 - Temple, GA
A week long camp for completed 3rd-5th graders $220

Winter Break Kid Camps at Bitter Root Pottery - Woodland Hills, CA
Winter Break Kids Session 1 December 21st -24th (9am - 12pm) ($240/ 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]

IS'SIWA YOUTH CAMP 2016 - Burney, CA
Camp will be held at the Headwaters Campground located as part of Burney Falls.

Best Starts for Kids Campaign Kickoff! - Seattle, WA
Join us for a campaign kickoff event for Best Starts for Kids. This exciting measure will fund proven programs, deliver real, measurable benefits, and create lasting change for children. We would love to have you join us to support this important proposal to help children across our county! Suggested contribution levels are at $50, $100, $250, $1,000, or whatever makes sense for you. Please RSVP to Michael at [email protected] or (206) 682-7328 We look forward to seeing you there!

FireKid & Creature Camp at The Syndicate Lounge
Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1Kvuzkv Details: FireKid & Creature Camp at The Syndicate Lounge

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Football-Youth Quarterback Clinics - Taylor Gym
Sundays Jan. 17,31 & Feb. 7, 14. 28 Squirts (Grades 1-4) 8:00 - 9:00 am Young Guns (Grades 5-8) 9:00 - 10:15 am TRAINING AND HIGHLIGHTS:  Stance + exchange  Proper throwing mechanics  Pass drops (1 step, 3 step, 3 step and Hitch, 5 step, 5 step and hitch, shotgun)  Throwing on the run  Footwork/agility  Video analysis of QB  Customized strength and conditioning led by Lehigh Athletics Strength Coach, Dom Breininger  Learn to read a defense (for young guns only) 610 758 3589

10149- Children Chinese Literature Enlightenment Class. 兒童讀經文學啟蒙班 (8 Classes) - South Coast Chinese Cultural Center
No class on May 28th Material fee is $60. Through reading Chinese literature such as The Sutra Of Hundred Filial Piety, Standards for Being a Good Student and Child, students not only learn Chinese Culture and language, but also learn positive moral values and form good relationships with parents and other people. Lessons are taught by reciting, singing, role-playing, drawing, story sharing, and presenting. 從背讀孝悌經典入門,讓兒童從小開始讀經,啟蒙教學,認識中華文化,培養兒童良好健全的品格及親子與人際關係的正面發展。教材:孝經、百孝經、弟子規、論語及唐詩三百首選讀。 9495596868 x572

Parker Summers Full Day Camp, Session II - Francis W Parker
Campers engage in activities that revolve around weekly themes in this full-day program. Arts and crafts, sports and games are part of the fun. In addition to their regularly scheduled morning of Old Time Favorites, campers participate in Sports Shorts Clinics, Book Club, Story Theater, Wacky Wednesday Mystery Guests, Fun Friday Activities and Barbecues. Campers in first and second grade also experience off-campus excitement with our weekly field trips. Instructional swim time at a local pool and visits to the beach are included each week. No camp July 4. LUNCH: Parker Summers campers must bring their own peanut-free bag lunches and drinks Monday–Thursday. Refrigerated facilities are not provided. An insulated lunch box with an ice pack is recommended. 773.797.5104

Week 9 Camp - Double J Riding Club
This 4 day, 5 hour day camp is filled with everything a horse lover would dream of including; a full 45 minute riding lesson where a licensed instructor will teach students how to ride in a fun environment, hands on grooming and tacking station, a barn safety lesson, fun horse craft, horse games and much more! Ages 5-13. Please bring a lunch and plenty of water. 708-528-4674

Hyde Park / Elem / FRI - The Griffin School
Meeting Wednesday for 3rd-5th graders: Campers spend the morning with a local writer, creating poetry and prose and exploring their imaginations. All campers are invited to submit their new, original work for publication on Badgerdogs blog, Unbound. 512-542-0076

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