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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Eureka! Camp for Inventors (34425P) - Cary Academy
Calling all inventors! Work to overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most important of all – your mind! With a little bit of ingenuity you can create aircrafts, construct working light sticks to take home, and assemble a set of circuits with batteries and light bulbs. While Thomas Edison said "invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration", this camp is 100% FUN! Campers will use technology to develop replicable experiments, enhancing STEM outreach in an experience unique to Cary Academy. 919-677-7839
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Climb to the top at W Alton Jones Camps!
 
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401 Victory Highway, West Greenwich, Rhode Island 02817
 
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27 Vining Road, Rindge, New Hampshire 03461
Avid4 Adventure
 
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PO Box 287, Boulder, Colorado 80306
Chingachgook on Lake George
 
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1872 Pilot Knob Rd, Kattskill Bay, New York 12844
Camp Watonka
 
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PO Box 356, Paupack, Pennsylvania 18451
Canoe Island French Camp
 
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PO Box 370, Orcas, Washington 98280
Bear Creek Aquatic Camp
 
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PO Box 32335, Louisville, Kentucky 40232
Adventure Day Camp
 
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3527 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, California 94549
Navajo Trails Adventure Camp
 
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PO Box 55, Draper, Utah 84020
Camp Graham
 
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6901 Pinecrest Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina 27613
Camp Flastacowo @ the FSU Reservation
 
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3226 Flastacowo Rd, Tallahassee, Florida 32310
Catalina Sea Camp
 
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PO Box 1360, Claremont, California 91711
Outdoor Adventure Camp
 
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408 Alstadts Hill Rd, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 25425
Camp Hidden Meadows
 
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, Bartow, West Virginia 24920
Camp Wabanna
 
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101 Likes Rd, Edgewater, Maryland 21037
Camp Birchmont
 
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693 Governor John Wentworth Way, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894
Camp Mondamin
 
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, Tuxedo, North Carolina 28784
Camp Green Cove
 
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, Tuxedo, North Carolina 28784
Camp Timberlake
 
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1123 Montreat Rd , Black Mountain, North Carolina 28711
ADTC - ULTIMATE - Chicago Lake Shore - Lake Forest
 
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LV STEELERS SEMI ANNUAL YOUTH NON CONTACT FOOTBALL CAMP - Whitehall,
AGES 5-14 INSTRUCTION FROM LOCAL HIS ATHLETES , MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS AND COACHES , ALSO FORMER PRO FOOTBALL PLAYERS. .. INDOOR TURF FACILITY 3 SESSIONS ONE PRICE AUGUST 16th, 23rd and 30th 5-8PM

~5th ANNUAL SUMMER CAMP CAR SHOW and SILENT AUCTION~ - Terre Haute, IN
Them One Guys Car Club is hosting our 5th annual fundraiser car show on Saturday, June 11th 2016 in K-Mart parking lot at 4651 S. US HWY 41 in Terre Haute, IN 47802. All proceeds will be donated to Boy Scout Troop 504 to help them pay for camp and other trips and supplies. Troop 504 will have a free will donation concession stand and are hand making the awards to be given to the winner of each class. The winners of each class will be determined by the spectators' popular vote and there will also be a scouts choice award which will be determined by the popular vote of Boy Scouts of any troop who come to the car show with their BSA membership card or Class A shirt on. There will be a $10 fee for early bird registration or day of show fee of $15 to enter cars, trucks or motorcycles. The first 25 will recieve a dash plaque! Registration will begin at 9:00 am and continue through 11:00 am, Show and voting will begin at 11:00 am and continue until 2:00 pm. Awards presentation will follow promptly after 2:00 pm. Silent Auction will take place from...

Plymouth Summer Camp & Activities Fair - Plymouth, MA
Plymouth Summer Camp & Activities Fair is a great way to get a jump start on your plans for summer care and camps for your kids. Talk one on one with a number of organizations offering a variety of camp and actvity experiences from art and music to team sports and water activities - one day activities to day camps to overnight camps. Find it all at the Plymouth Summer Camp & Activities Fair.

Camp River Run - Walk for the Kids - Eagle, ID
First Annual 5K Fun/Run Fundraiser for Camp River Run Presented by Carrington College and Shu's Idaho Running Company . .early registration is $20 and same day Registration is $25 the registration link is available on this page http://www.campriverrun.org/events/walk-kids-5k-fun-run

Kids VBJJ Camp!! June 13th-17th - Kenosha, WI
VBJJ Kids Camp!!! Monday the 13th - Friday the 17th, 9am - Noon! VBJJ is super excited to have the camp again this summer affter the kiddos are finally out of school. The camp will focus on drills, attack sequences for beginners and advanced kids alike. Appropriate for kids ages 6-13. Also, camp attendees will also $20 off participation costs to "Brawl forIt All 8: Zombie Apacolypse!" (Possibly June 25th) To register online go to: https://oscfit.sites.zenplanner.com/event.cfm?eventId=679DAF6C-0FE2-4C85-93D1-13BAF856797F Where: 11300, 75th Street, Kenosha WI When: June 13th - 17th, 2016. 9am-12noon Who: Veneration BJJ (Kenosha) Cost: $100 per participant (roughly $20 a day)

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DISCOVERY - FUSED GLASS! - Notre Dame Academy
By learning to fuse and slump glass, participants will create their own unique "works of art," such as sun catchers, picture frames and more! Come join us and release your "inner artist! A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE THE STUDENT ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK ON MONDAY JUNE 29TH AT 6:00 PM, IN ALUMNAE HALL AT NDA. ARTWORK CAN BE TAKEN HOME AFTER THE SHOW. 419-475-9359 x1008

Zoo Explorers Session - EX5 Creatures of the Night - Henry Vilas Zoo
Zoo Explorers camps are full-day, week-long programs for grades 2-3. Camps run Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm, with free before and after care offered from 8-9am & 3-5pm. Limit 16 campers per session. "Creatures of the Night": It takes something special to navigate the night! Explore the adaptations of nocturnal animals. 1-608-266-4732

Week 4 Monte Vista Horsemanship Camp - Monte Vista Christian School
Monte Vista Horsemanship Camp provides an amazing opportunity for boys and girls to spend a week riding horses, making friends, and experiencing beautiful natural surroundings at the campus of Monte Vista Christian School. Located in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains on the Monterey Bay, we offer structured riding lessons in the morning and afternoon for beginners through advanced riders looking to prepare for competition. Trail rides, mounted games and grooming lessons round out the campers Equestrian education for the week, and they will demonstrate their new skills for friends and family members at our Camp Horse Show on Saturday. Every afternoon, the campers have an opportunity to swim at the school pool and enjoy the hot tub before showering and then its off to dinner! Overnight campers stay in our comfortable cabins and will play games and eat smores around the nightly campfires. Our meals are provided by Epicurean Cafe and the food is fabulous! We offer full week residential camp, day camp from 8:30-4:30, and half day camp sessions from 8:30-12:00. Sign up by May 1 to receive the early bird discount! (831) 2069707

Elite Level/GK Specialty Camps Session #1 - Vonnie Gros Athletic Field
The WCU Field Hockey Elite Level & GK Specialty Camp offers a unique op-portunity for the serious field hockey athlete. The camp has been designed to challenge athletes in settings different from the traditional camp situations. The camps will offer tactics and techniques in goal scoring, defensive strategy, and goal-keeping technique. Each evening will conclude under the lights with game play. These offerings will appeal to the serious field hockey athlete! EQUIPMENT Each camper should bring a stick, shinguards, sneakers or turf shoes, mouthguard, sunscreen, and a container of water (no glass). Goal-keepers must bring their own equipment. WCU and its camp staff are not re-sponsible for lost or missing items. All personal equip-ment should be marked with the campers name. 610-436-3555

Home School Art - STEAM - The Art Center
Home School Art - STEAM Rachel Egelston Thursdays Jan. 7- Feb. 25, 1-2:30 p.m. $105 member / $155 non-member Ages 5-13 all materials provided Students will be introduced to the various correlations between the visual arts and math, science, history and literature. The course features a variety of two- and three- dimensional art forms in the creative process, mediums used include clay, pastels ink, and acrylic. The instruction allows for various skill levels. 970-243-7337 x2

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