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Summer Camps in Kemmerer, WY

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Funky Fun Art: Summer Camp-Session 7 - Baird Community Center
Trading Cards / Comic Book Camp Kids need free time to relax and create! They will be inspired in a creative atmosphere surrounded by friends! Each week will have a specific theme. Every week will include individual projects along with group projects and a chance for everyone to explore their creative abilities!Age/Grades: This camp is for students entering 1st through 5th grade in September. Clay Camp Week 1 June 27th-July 1st 1:30pm-5pm Sculpt and create amazing art out of clay! We will explore different types of clay and create unique pieces! Face Painting Camp Week 2 July 5-8 1:30pm-5pm Explore painting on faces, arms and legs! Learn tricks to making your designs truly amazing! Explosion Paint Camp Week 3 July 11-15 1:30pm-5pm Everyones favorite messy week is back! Lets create amazing projects with paint! YouTube Camp Week 4 July 18-22 1:30pm-5pm Kids will create short skits to act out on camera! We?ll write scripts, design costumes and sets, and find the perfect music! Fashion Camp Week 5 July 25-29 1:30pm-5pm Create Amazing New Fashion Designs! Make mini versions to put on your own 3D mini model! Street Art/ Spray Paint Camp Week 6 August...

Latest Review for Triple Threat Horse And Country Camp

Horse Around at Camp
My daughter can’t wait to go back to the Triple Threat Horse And Country Camp. Since we live in the city, she had no idea how to care for a horse. She also had the opportunity to ride a horse on the trails of the Sandia Foothills. She loved being outdoors and learning about horses. They also had a good old fashioned cookout. She got to experience what the life of a cowgirl is all about.... Read More...


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YSA Regional Activity - Halloween
Come out to the YSA Regional Activity at Camp Hulaco!! Hosted by the Madison, Alabama Stake. PLEASE REGISTER: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cRylioRLzMPI2UZENAUl05ij0ub7XgGNFw79S2wtDJ8/viewform?usp=send_form Starts October 30th at 7:00pm - 10:00pm Friday Night: Registration starts at 6:30pm. Group Activities, Ice breakers. SLEEP IN CABINS, woohoo. (Don't worry, they have electricity) **Lights out at 10:30 Saturday, October 31st (HALLOWEEN!) - Breakfast @ 8:00am - 9:00am Followed by a service project at the camp. LUNCH from 12:00am-1:00pm. Saturday Afternoon 1:00 - 3:00pm: Workshops - (1) Blessings of the Temple, (2) Recording Living History. 3:00-6:00pm - Halloween Dance!!! Please come dressed up in your Halloween costumes! (Church standards please) Hope everyone can make it!!!

3rd Annual "Onesie Party" with Kidnap Kid, Amtrac, Ranger Bass - Reno,
Early Bird tickets on sale now for just $17.50 http://basscampfest.com. It's Bass Camp's most fun club event of the year, our annual "Onesie" Party. Rock your favorite onesie at Cargo, Friday, November 18, with Kidnap Kid, Amtrac, Ranger Bass and more! Kidnap Kid Amtrac Ranger Bass + MORE TBA This is an 18+ event Tickets are on-sale now at http://basscampfest.com/

POST PIG OUT CHRISTMAS BOOT CAMP!!!!!!!!!!! - Saint Petersburg, FL
We will meet by the tennis courts for a KICK BUTT boot camp style workout. Each station will bring a special challenge(modifications will be explained) Kids can take class too!!!! NO CHRISTMAS $........... ONLY $5 per person no need to bring anything but water and a yoga mat if you have RSVP PLEASE

Mermaid Kid's Art Camp - North Wilkesboro, NC
What a wonderful way to spend time with friends and family! This class is $25 per child. Ask about our sibling discount. Color changes are available as well. Pair with the Carousel Horse event on the 16th for $45. Be sure to call our front desk to reserve your spot!

Summer Camp Music Festival - Minnesota Members - Chillicothe, IL
The first Summer Camp Music Festival was held in 2001 at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL. About 1,000 attended the festival that year, and enjoyed over 20 bands on 2 stages over the course of 2 days. Since then, Summer Camp Music Festival has grown to more than 15,000 attendees, hosting more than 100 bands on 7 stages over 3 days. And while our numbers have grown, Summer Camp still maintains the same energy and family feel we had when we started over a decade ago. As one fan put it, “Coming to Summer Camp is like coming home.” You’ll run into old friends, meet a ton of great new ones, and have the time of your life. Almost tripling the population of Chillicothe for the weekend, Summer Camp creates a city within a city, and greatly impacts the local business economy. Artists that have performed at the Summer Camp Music Festival in past years include: moe., Umphrey’s McGee, The Flaming Lips, Willie Nelson, Bassnectar, Widespread Panic, Les Claypool, Keller Williams, Pretty Lights, Skrillex, The Roots, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Medeski Martin & Wood, and many, many more.

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Youth Learn to Row Camp - Water Sports Center
Learn to row this summer! Participants learn proper rowing technique, whole body conditioning and water safety while making new friends and enjoying a new and fun activity. Youth who particpate during the summer get a head start on team rowing if they choose to row during the school year. All camps are two weeks and there is no limit to the number of sessions a participant can sign up for. Eligibility - anyone who has never rowed prior to summer 2016, ages 13-18 and entering 8th - 12th grade in fall 2016. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCR is open to student athletes, ages 13-18 (8th-12th grade), regardless of experience. Practice is daily after school, Monday through Friday, 3:45-6:15p, and Saturday mornings 7:30-10:00a. LOCR offers a Fall racing season, Winter training season, Spring racing season, plus options row during the summer months. Rowers new to the sport are considered Novice and after their first year advance to Varsity. Through a partnership with the local high schools, Varsity athletes have an opportunity to letter just as they would in a sport offered through their school. INCLEMENT WEATHER: LOCR reserves the right to cancel classes due to poor weather or water...

Urban Discovery Academy: 3rd-5th - Urban Discovery Academy
8-Week Introduction to non-contact rugby for grades 3rd-5th! Non-contact rugby is a modified version of the traditional tackle version of the game and is an excellent way to introduce the sport to new or young players. This version of the game focuses on the fundamental skills of rugby which help develop basic motor skills and coordination, while also having a huge emphasis on having fun! Non-contact rugby is a safe, fun and all-inclusive game that boys and girls of all ages can participate in! The two-hour block will be one part homework help and one part rugby! (760) 712-3494

OC Girls Elite ID Camp - Oklahoma Christian Soccer Field
Learn from area college soccer coaches. Test your skills with other college soccer prospects. Be discovered by college coaches looking for players! 4054255386.0

Total Baseball Game/Player Development Camp - SELCRA
Game/Player Development Camp (6-15 yrs) July 11-14, Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm Learn new hitting, pitching, throwing and fielding techniques sure to improve everyones game, regardless of skill level! Participate in instructor led games to apply these learned skills! Location: Total Baseball/Total Sports Complex-Wixom, 30990 Wixom Rd, Wixom, MI ACTIVITY CATEGORY Baseball LOCATION Total Sports Complex: 30990 Wixom Rd. Wixom, MI INSTRUCTOR Total Baseball

Keyboarding & Computer Skills - The Heights School
Develop quick and accurate typing skills in this practical computer program. Daily lessons will include touch-typing techniques, drill sessions to improve accuracy, and tutorials in Microsoft Word & Excel. Tailored activities for beginner or advanced computer-users make this a valuable experience in preparing for the next step in every students career. There will also be some games and competitions to fill out the program. Staff Peter Vitz, a lower school teacher, directs the program. Contact Peter Vitz at The Heights School, Notes Usual dress is normal summer attire. 301-365-4300

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