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Camp Fire USA Camp Fletcher
 
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36.18 Miles
Address:
106 Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Camp Fletcher programs give youth a chance to live and share with others, discover and build individual skills, and increase appreciation of the natural...
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Leadership Development, Music, Nature/Environmental...
Camp Fire West Day Camp
 
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36.18 Miles
Address:
106 Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Dance, Drama, Field Trips, Nature/Environmental Studies, Performing...
Anderel Program Center
 
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37.52 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Outstanding staff and beautiful facilities located on the Elk River. We offer girls learning adventures in a warm, supportive atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Fishing, Leadership...
Camp Cottaquilla
 
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37.52 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Traditional Girl Scout camp with emphasis on fun, friend-making, & lots of speciality programs. Fantastic counselors.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Drama, Fishing,...
Camp Trico
 
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37.52 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Outstanding staff and beautiful facilities on Tennessee River offer young girls learning adventures in a warm & supportive atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Kanawahala Program Center
 
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37.52 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope...
Winnataska
 
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51.73 Miles
Address:
260 Winnataska Dr, Pell City, Alabama 35128
Christian camping since 1918.Yr round retreat & conference facility with excellent ropes course & horseback riding prog
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling,...
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Jasper, AL Summer Camps

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Improv Teen Summer Camp - Melbourne, FL
Join Not Quite Right for four days of improv fun. Students will learn the basics of improv, through group exercises and scenework. Helps kids think on their feet, increase creativity and just cut loose. Ages 12-15. Pre-registration is required. All four days are taught by Jessica Taylor, Founder of NQR and a certified Brevard Public Schools teacher.

Kid's Camp in Windsor, VT - Windsor, VT
For Boys & Girls Pre-K (4+) thru 6th Grade Daily from 10:00 am til Noon, Aug 2nd-6th Boys & girls will learn new Bible lessons, meet new friends & make memories that will be the highlight of their summer! The camp is FREE, but register now before spaces fill up! Our experienced teachers will keep your kids active & learning throughout the week and the games, crafts & activities will help them have a full experience of Medieval times! Group leaders & activity coordinators will be sure to keep your kids safe and engaged, plus, there's rumors that a stout-hearted knight will visit the kids throughout the week! Don't miss out!

KidX Palooza Summer Camp - Harrisburg, PA
Join us for our second of four Saturday Summer Camps in July. Each camp will be held from 12 - 4pm at Center Court. Each camp will feature a different theme and fun activities! Our second camp - KidX Palooza - will be all about summer fun and feature a bounce house and carnival games! To find out more about this camp and other events, visit us at colonialparkmall.com/kidx!

Youth Winter Weightlifting Camp - Waunakee, WI
We are pleased to announce an upcoming Youth Weightlifting Camp, hosted by two USAW Certified Coach’s. This is a great opportunity for local kids during their winter break, plus it is for all levels. The online sign up, for this 2 day clinic, is attached below. We will also have t-shirts, tank tops, or a hat for each registered attendee. Strength training for kids should consist of skills, coordination, stability, movement, agility, kinesthetic awareness, flexibility and balance. This should include big muscle groups that utilize body weight movements and free weights with light, manageable loads. Things like Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics and plyometric movements. If these exercises and movement patterns are taught at a young age, the athlete will have a greater advantage in technique as they progress in age and strength. Our Youth Weightlifting Camp is December 28-29th from 9am til 11am both days, for ages 7-17, and again for all levels.

Blackwatch Teen Adventure: Back into the Night - Burlington, MA
The call goes out as it always does. The Blackwatch must gather. Whatever intrigues and perils await must be endured...for the Nightlands beckon. Pre-registration and costuming required for this interactive adventure. Foam swords provided. For ages 13-19. For more information visit www.guardup.com. $30/person pre-registration (24 hours before event) required at www.guardup.com/waiver or call (781) 270-4800. Late registration on the day of the event will incur an additional $5 fee.

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Period 2 - Girls Basketball - NBJH Large Gym 335
This class will develop students basketball skills. Students will participate in drills, shooting games, and scrimmages to help develop these skills. 8475043400 x2520

Fashion Design & Wearable Technology - Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
Description: Generation Infocus invites tinkering girls and boys to participate in the fashion design/wearable technology STEAM studio to learn how Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics all can be used to transform the things we wear. This design-based studio will immerse students in the mathematical concepts surrounding garment engineering and how circuitry can be incorporated into clothing to make them light up! Students will learn the basics of hand and machine sewing to be equipped to engage in garment construction challenges such as creating a superhero themed e-textile cuff. This is the rescheduled date for the class that was supposed to be on January 23rd, but had to be cancelled due to inclement weather. 404-525-5561

Dr. Seuss - 3 years - DHDC
Create a world of fun and learning as we explore this amazing author. Join us as we read Hop on Pop where the fun never stops! 8063559547 x108

Latin Roots of English - Hopkins Campus
Ever wonder why a pedestrian is someone who travels by foot but a pediatrician is a childrens doctor? Knowing that pedestrian is from the Latin word pedes (foot) and pediatrician is from the Greek word pedia (child) will help you not only keep these common words straight, but also decipher more obscure words derived from the same roots. 65 percent of English comes from Greek and Latin. A solid foundation in the Greek and Latin roots of English provides skills to decode a word, often without looking it up. Not curious yet? Did you know that the prefix dis is from Latin meaning apart or away from, while the prefix dys is from Greek meaning bad? The prefix ante is Latin for before; anti is Greek for against. This class will provide you with the tools needed to boost your English vocabulary, avoid many common errors and raise your scores on the English and Reading portions of the SAT and ACT exams. Many of the class activities parallel typical questions on the exams, allowing for immediate application of these invaluable skills. This course will cover different words from last year, so former students are encouraged to register. Take one or... 952-988-3463

Camp Greenwell - Week 9 - The Greenwell Foundation
Ages 6-12 by June 20, 2016 [ages 6 (who have completed kindergarten) –12 by first day of camp session]. Camp Greenwell is everything nature and adventure with opportunities to kayak, hike, craft, fish, do archery, play and discover. Mid-week, campers will take a wagon ride over to the Manor House area where they can build forts with bamboo, explore the gardens, play water games and capture the flag, visit the Barn and participate in our Nature Time program. Daily free time allows the campers to let their imagination and interests drive their play while in the outdoors. Each afternoon, campers are provided an afternoon snack and each week there is a chance to make Smores. The week ends with Tye-Dye Friday for a take-home memory of the week at camp. Camp Greenwell is offered all eight weeks of our summer camp program. Both AM and PM Extended care and Drop-In Extended Care is available. Be sure to check out Evening Exploration on Thursdays for campers ages 8 – 14 301-373-9775

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