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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Middle School Survivor Camp - Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
Survivor Camp is a challenging adventure camp that will develop outdoor living skills — specifically, build a raft to use on the pond, go mountain climbing at Pilot Mountain, learn knots and rope crafts and cooking over a fire. From Monday night to Thursday night survivor campers spend each night outside. Campers learn the leave no trace philosophy. Survivor campers will go through high adventure courses, swim and canoe and have nightly de-briefing times and devotions. 336-629-4085
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Cub Creek Science & Animal Camp
 
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44.14 Miles
Address:
, Rolla, Missouri
Cub Creek Science Camp is the ultimate science and animal camp! With over 200 animals and more hands-on science activities than anyone
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps
Cub Creek Science Camp
 
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44.14 Miles
Address:
16795 Hwy E, Rolla, Missouri 65401
More animals and science programs than anyone. We have more than 200 animals, jr vet & adopt an animal programs. Traditional camp where campers...
Activities: Academics, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Computer, Farming/Ranching/Gardening,...
Science Camp
 
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49.87 Miles
Address:
16795 State Rt E, Rolla, Missouri 65401
Imagine adopting a monkey, kangaroo or sloth for a week, feeding lemurs, walking llamas, petting porcupine, training parrots and bathing miniature horses. At...
Activities: Archeology, Archery, Atlatl, Barn Animals, Beady Buddies, Brain Teasers, Camp...
Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch
 
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55.18 Miles
Address:
1203 Meramec Wilderness Ln, Steelville, Missouri 65565
Activities: , Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Bicycling/Biking,...
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Houston, MO Summer Camps

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Documentary Teen Camp - Houston, TX
Young film enthusiasts learn how to make documentaries in a safe and fun environment. Learn story development, camera operation, lighting, sound, interviewing, editing and work with a real orchestra to score your final film. Invite your friends and family to watch your final documentary on screen. The campers will work with the music students in the film scoring program during the AFA's 2016 Summer Music Conservatory at Pershing Middle School. They will be documenting the AFA students' progress and the finished piece will be screened on July 29th at the MATCH. Cost: $275 REGISTER AT www.swamp.org

Send a kid to campfest! - Minneapolis, MN
Howdy fellow camp alumni and camp lovers! Come out Friday, June 17th, for a fun filled night of music and drinks at the Columbia heights VFW on 45th and Central. Music will be provided by the awesome cover band, Greyduck with Chelsea Csargo on the vocals who is a former camper, staff member, and current volunteer. This event is a special night to donate money to future campers. Let's help provide kids with the opportunity to experience the magic of the Hodag while building memories they will carry throughout their lifetime! Everyone is welcome... So bring your friends! P.S. Drinks are affordable and there is no cover:)

Kids After Schoo Core Cooking Camp, Ages 5-8 (Bellevue) - Bellevue, WA
This is a wonderful program that will lay the foundation for healthy eating by educating and empowering students (ages 5-8) about basic kitchen safety, creating a healthy balanced plate, how to subsititue ingredients to make meals healthier and so much more! Classes are sold in a session of four, are held on Wednesdays frm January 4th-25th and are two hours long. The first 30 minutes of each class is dedicated to nutrition education including games and activities. The remaining time is dedicated to cooking, eating, and cleanup. Our Core Cooking Program covers topics such as: Kitchen Safety, Cross-Contamination, Healthy Snacks, Fueling Your Body, Healthy Breakfasts, MyPlate Nutrition, Lunch N Munch, Healthy Cooking Substitutions of Kids’ Favorite Foods Activity sheets, recipes, helpful tips, and individual workstations for hands-on activity are included in the course. Recipes may include things like: avocado veggie dip, peanut butter banana whole wheat coins (nut-free substitutions available if needed), eggs in a basket, French toast, chocolate banana & strawberry smoothie, cranberry broccoli salad, zesty bean dip, pizza spiral sandwiches, sweet potato fries, steak/chicken/veggie grilled skewers, and Parmesan chicken tenders. Please let me know if your child has any allergies or certain dietary restrictions so that substitutions may be planned. To register:...

Rogue Robots: LEGO Robotics Camp - San Angelo, TX
Robots aren’t just inventions in a galaxy far, far away— they exist here on Earth, at your local library! Join us this Winter Break for a Star Wars-themed robotics camp. Each day we’ll watch a clip from the movies, and build a LEGO robot inspired by the film. The library will be hosting two four-day camps—attending all four days is not mandatory, but each class will build upon the previous classes. No prior experience in LEGO robotics necessary, but seating is limited so RSVP is required. Call (325-655-7321), email ([email protected]), Facebook message (TGCL Teen Republic), or drop by in person to reserve seats! Sign-ups will open November 21! This is a Teen Republic program, open only to patrons in grades 6-12. Free of charge. We will meet from 3-4:30pm in the Community Room.

Riverside Youth Camping Trip 2016 - Fort Myers, FL
THE COST IS $35. There are only 80 spaces!! You are not signed up until you pay for it. Food! Fun! Friends!! Fishing!! Fire!!! Fresh Air and Fellowship!!! "It's the nature of the place." Riverside Retreat, formerly the South Florida United Methodist Camp, was renamed in 2006 for its location on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River. Our nearly 150 acres are dotted with open meadows and grassy corridors surrounded by a lush forest of pines, cypress, palms, live oaks and other native species. The varied habitat provides beauty and the opportunity for exploration and appreciation of creation, as noted in our motto.

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Little Scientist! - British International School of Charlotte
This unique camp will offer an incredible collection of projects and experiments that will amuse and amaze your little scientist! Through hands-on activities, children will explore the basic scientific ideas that play a role in everyday life. Sample projects include: Rocketry, Glowing Firefly, Edible Oceans, Marshmallow Catapults, Growing Radish Head, and Beeswax Candle. This is a broad topic camp that teaches campers how the scientific method helps give us the answers to our many questions and introduces noteworthy scientists in an engaging and fun way. 7047743016.0

SC-1a&p: Art History: Famous Artist Time Machine - Summer Camp
AM: Get inspired by artists from the renaissance to modern art PM: Make pop art, cubist, surrealist & expressionist art works Students who register for both morning and afternoon sessions will need to bring their own packed lunch to eat during the 12:00-1:00 break. Campers will be supervised by REACH Staff during the lunch break. An automatic $10 discount will be given at check-out when you register a student for both morning and afternoon camp sessions on the same week. 5179993643.0

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

MONDAY Night - Make a World: Sketching the Genius of Ed Emberly - Prairie Creek Elementary School
Abandon all ye puny stick figures! For these campers will learn to draw virtually EVERYTHING in their imagination by connecting lines, curves and shapes in logical patterns of construction. We will take our inspiration from the dynamic and colorful world of the accomplished American artist, Edward R. Emberley. But wait, there is so much more than just drawing! This project-based learning course is designed to vigorously enrich each childs natural tendency to illustrate and create. Students will make an unlimited supply of exciting drawing ideas in a personal journal as they develop a colorful story-mural or a graphic novelette. Recommended Brain Age: 1 st – 6 th grade 2148860142.0

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