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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Summer Camp Week 12 Ages 4-7 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Animals Week Love animals? Then this camp is for you! We will play lots of fun drama games in which students will act out and tame their favorite animals. Students will sing songs, act out animal themed poems and stories as well as create art projects. Its a jungle in there! Children spending the full day with us should bring a sack lunch for our lunch break at the park Dragons, Monsters and Creepy Creatures We will incorporate our theme of dragons, monsters and creepy creatures into many of our fun drama games. We will read and act out stories and poems that star our creepy creature friends as well as create art projects, improvise scenes, sing songs and much more! 773-944-9146
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Camp Bear Trap
 
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Distance
34.62 Miles
Address:
295 Prim Rd, Drasco, Arkansas 72530
a 77 camp for girls and boys ages 7-15, is located on 200 acres in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. To campers, Camp is...
Activities: Arts And Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Bear Track
 
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Distance
34.62 Miles
Address:
295 Prim Rd, Drasco, Arkansas 72530
Teaching Christian values, Camp Bear Track is a place of individual achievement, adventure, fun, fellowship and friends.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Aldersgate
 
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Distance
53.6 Miles
Address:
2000 Aldersgate Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Traditional camp for children & youth with physical, medical, and developmental challenges.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aerobics/Exercise, Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor...
Joseph Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp
 
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57.37 Miles
Address:
5512 Ferndale Cut Off Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Free. 24 hour supervision. Effective discipline model. Also have 6 week local school program for grades 3-5. At risk.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community...
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2016 Teen Winter Camp - Valyermo, CA
This is going to be a fun weekend learning about God and why we can trust Him with lessons from Psalm 91-94 by Dave Chung.

Kids Camp Fundraiser Lunch - Burlington, KS
LWC will be serving chili, chicken & noodles, and baked potatoes at the museum's annual Kansas Day celebration. Various desserts will also be served. Proceeds will go towards sending students in grades 3-5 to camp this summer. LWC expects to send over 20 kids to camp this year. Thanks for supporting our kids! *The museum will be having many activities that day as well. You can check them out here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1640551849534900/

K9 Kid's Camp - San Angelo, TX
Children in Kindergarten-5th grade will learn pet ownership responsibilities, positive interaction, basic training techniques, and how to safely interact with puppies and dogs known to them and rules for animals unknown to them. FREE TODAY!! Cost will be $20 per camper each session with a maximum of $50 per family. The K9 Kid's Camp will last 6 weeks and each camper will receive a certificate of completion, camo bandanna, and will earn Boot Camp points during training for personalized dog tags and other awards.

Firefighter Youth Camp - Limerick, PA
Limerick Fire Company's Third Annual YOUTH FIREFIGHTER CAMP June 20-24, 2016; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Ages 6-13 years of age Registration Fee: $35; deadline to register: May 30, 2016 Welcome to Limerick Fire Company’s Youth Firefighter Camp. Due to the success of our camp, the deadline to register cannot be extended and attendance is limited to 60 campers. All registered cadets will receive one LFC Fireman’s tee shirt and LFC baseball cap to wear as their ‘daily uniform’. Hat and designated ‘uniform shirt’ must be worn every day because it identifies which group the cadet is assigned to for the week. If you are interested in purchasing extra camp shirts, they must be ordered at the time of registration-$10 per shirt. Why try this Camp? You will: ►Learn fire safety you thought you knew & then apply what you’ve learned ►Learn about the fire house, trucks (apparatus), and personnel ►Hands-on with various equipment ►Ladders-learn the how-to’s ►Hoses-proper techniques to connect to the hydrant, flow water, roll up, etc. ►Extinguishers-the ABC’s ►Rescue tools during simulated live demonstrations ►Fire gear-bunker pants, jacket, helmet, safety gloves & glasses all provided ►Watch & participate in several live demonstrations with the firefighters ►And so much more…. Registration and other forms are below. Registration Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-_aZATG56oYeFczd0hGVTRKaHc/view?usp=sharing General Info and Rules: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-_aZATG56oYTXc4ZnF2ckRrdVU/view?usp=sharing Health History Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-_aZATG56oYeEtJT1BpMUZpU2s/view?usp=sharing...

Brianna Cathers Youth Volleyball camp - Saint Helens, OR
Brianna Cathers High School Senior Project Youth Volleyball Camp Grades: 4th - 8th grade Cost: $25.00 per player (Forms can be printed and emailed to Brianna at: [email protected] OR print and turn bring on day of camp along with payment. Checks payable to: TEAM Natalie DONATIONS ACCEPTED All proceeds from the camp are going to a beautiful two and half year old girl named Natalie who has been diagnosed with High Risk Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. She has recently travelled to New York to have the Neuroblastoma treated (successfully) and is now going through Antibody Treatment and MANY other tests/procedures. Please have your camper bring snacks, water, tennis shoes Campers will receive: Volleyball lessons/training LOTS of fun and games A shirt in honor of Natalie Google Docs link for registration form: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IiXR3MZElDHxMwj3jkgBD5zJSdpJ4cdnmxS3V9heO2I/edit?usp=sharing

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Kids Cuisine - Morgan Park Academy
Do you love the aroma of baked goods? Do you love sampling the cakes, pies and cookies that your family makes? Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your favorite sweet treats? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then this is the class for you this summer. 773-881-6700

R 12 Mini Bots - Marietta Ice Center
Learn Programming on different platforms and explore Programming and Robotics using LEGO MINDSTORMS ® NXT Robots We will explore programming robots with ultrasonic and sound sensors. Students will learn to create programs to make games, movies and cartoons. You will be amazed! 770-455-1980

Camp Catapult Thursday - Newtons Attic
Siege Alert! Look out, its time for ying tennis balls, eggs and bags of Jell-O as this camp offers participants the opportunity to design and build a table top size catapult or trebuchet. Students start with a kit of wood, steel, aluminum and plastic parts and create their catapult. When students nish theirinventions, they eld test them in a fun and exciting activity. This is a single, full day version of Camp Catapult. It should be registered for once during Spring Break unless the student would like to make a second, different catapult on Tuesday. Other single day classes include Rube Goldberg Machines (9 and older) and Da Vinci Kids (6 to 9). 859-368-7334

SC2016: Jumping Mullet Week - Sanibel Flagship Campus
One of the questions most commonly asked at Sanibel Sea School is what is that jumping fish? So, why in the world do mullet jump? Lets explore that and do a little mullet jumping ourselves this week. Lets learn how to throw a castnet and maybe catch a happy mullet. What do mullet eat and what does mullet taste like? Old school island mullet fisherman Ralph Woodring might give us some smoked mullet and tell us a few old fishing tales. (239) 472-8585

Studio Art w/Exploring Pottery, Ages 8-9 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Exploring Pottery Elective Session I: June 27 to July 8 No camp on Monday, July 4 Studio Art Camp The American Life: Paleo to the Present This session will explore what life was like in the Americas throughout history, from when the dinosaurs roamed to modern times. Campers will go on a journey throughout a variety of American cultures and civilizations, learning about their daily lives, legends and stories, and art forms. Visits to MAMs newly installed Native American collection will be included to provide a closer look and inspiration. Travel from the prehistoric to the present in this whimsical tour throughout time. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.56.51 AM [] Exploring Pottery With a focus on hand built pottery and basic wheel throwing, this class uses a variety of clay and sculptural techniques to produce creative and unique objects, including several pieces to be fired in a kiln. Using a multicultural approach, students will use ceramic clay, and colorful glazes to create both functional and decorative objects, such as pots, masks, creatures, and animals. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.28.44 AM [] AGE...

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