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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 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
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Lutherhill Camp & Retreat Center
 
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PO Box 99, La Grange, Texas 78945
A place for all people, of every generation to experience the Love of Christ in unique settings and new ways.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Ranch Camp at Down Home Ranch
 
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42.83 Miles
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20250 FM 619, Elgin, Texas 78621
Activities: Youth Programs
Texas Elks Camp
 
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47.37 Miles
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1963 FM 1586, Gonzales, Texas 78629
Safe, fun, free camp serving only-Texas children with special needs-in a therapeutic recreation setting.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Ceramics/Pottery, Drawing/Painting, Field Trips, Hiking,...
Camp Texlake Girl Scouts
 
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58.62 Miles
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12012 Park Thirty Five Cir, Austin, Texas 78753
450+ acres on beautiful Lake Travis offering horses, sailing, sports, kayaks, canoes, nature, arts & crafts, water-skiing, swimming, ropes challenge course.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope...
Kachina
 
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58.62 Miles
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12012 Park Thirty Five Cir, Austin, Texas 78753
Camp Kachina gives girls the opportunity to work with others, discover their independence & develop their self-esteem.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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La Grange, TX Summer Camps

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2nd Annual Youth Campout - Middle Fork Wildlife Mgmt Area
Bring your kids, grandchildren, nieces, nephews. WFBCHU 2nd annual youth camp. Friday, September 18: Check in 5 pm. Ride at 6 pm. Hobo dinner assembly upon return from ride. Leave No Trace demonstration during dinner. Guitar music and sing along. Hobo dinners and smores provided by Chapter. Saturday, September 19: Creakfast cooked and provided by Chapter. Service project if applicable. AM ride. Lunch on your own. 2 pm Ponies on Parade. Decorate your horse with animal friendly paint, glitter, ribbons, feathers, etc. We will lead decorated ponies through campground. PM ride if desired. First aid demo. Dinner hot dogs, chips, pork n beans provided by Chapter. Scavenger hunt 7 pm. Campfire smores and music. Sunday, September 20: Breakfast provided by Chapter. Ride. Good byes. Please RSVP Tammi Johnson @ [email protected] or (801) 690-4469 no later than September 11 of number coming in your party. All youth MUST be accompanied by an adult. This event free to members. Non- members of BCHU need to pay WFBCHU membership fee and sign liability release form. day of check in.

Rowan Cheerleading's 2nd Annual Youth Summer Camp - Glassboro, NJ
Rowan University Cheerleading is hosting our 2nd annual youth summer camp this July 16-17 from 10am-2pm each day! Come join us while improving your skills as a cheerleader all while having tons of fun! Ages 6-12, $40 for one day or $70 for both days! Register to [email protected]

Kid's in the Kitchen Camp - Mays Landing, NJ
Our fourth week of cooking camp is for our 8-13 year old age group. In this 5 day fun filled camp, kids will visit the very places where food come's from and that's not the frozen food isle of the grocery store. Each day, we will explore the very places where beautiful, delicious, healthy food comes from. Then, it's back to the kitchen where we will create yummy dishes with the products that we learned about. Kids will have totally hands on experience both in and outside the kitchen. They will learn about nutrition, sustainability, responsible food sourcing along with basic cooking techniques, safe food handling, basic knife skills, recipe reading and so much more. Classes will be Monday thru Thursday from 8am-2pm with a fun cooking competition on Friday where the kids will cook for the parent's and compete for titles like most creative, dish, best knife skills, best use of cooking techniques and more. Price-$250/student Each student will receive Hands on experience learning age appropriate techniques for preparing and cooking all types of food. A complete text of all techniques and recipes learned including measurement, substitution, proper cooking temperature, and herb and spice...

Teen Photo Camp - Seattle, WA
Teens Camp (ages 13-18) If your teen is looking for a fun way to spend their summer, this is it! Students wil learn beginner photography with Mirroless cameras that wil be provided to them. Creative techniques will also be introduced to help enhance their skills and imaginations! Students are required to bring their own SD card to each class. Class Schedule: 10-10:30- In class demo 10:30-11- walk to location 11-12:30- shooting on location 12:30-1- lunch 1- 1:30- walk back to classroom 1:30- 2- Printing best shots of the day Monday: Students will be introduced to their cameras and photography basics. After the presentation we will walk to the Space needle to work on composition assignments. Back in class students will print their 3 best shots of the day. Tuesday: Today we will be going over aperture priority and depth of field. Class will head over to Lake Union. On the way back to class we will introduce bokeh and students will have the chance to try changing the shape of their bokeh in South Lake Union. Back in class students will print their 3 best shots of the day. Wednesday: Our first introduction to shutter speeds will include an in class demo for stopping action. Students will have a chance to practice this...

YOUTH SUMMER CAMP: BAKING BASICS (AGES 5-9) - Pensacola, FL
June 13 - 17 Ages 5 - 9 9:00 am to Noon Monday through Friday Campers discover the many facets of beginning baking; simple chemistry concepts are introduced each day by creating delicious savory and sweet baked goods. Recipes will include cakes/cupcakes, basic frosting, breads and pies. Register at http://www.cookingschoolsofamerica.com/pensacolacooks/index.php?page=series#561

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LEGO Star Wars - St. Johns Episcopal School
Are you ready to engage in games, crafts, challenges, and plenty of creative building time in a galaxy of our own? Using LEGOS and your own creativity we will join your fellow Jedi in a battle against the Dark Side of the Force. In the end, good triumphs over evil! 213.328.9131 x224

My Cub and I Summer Day Camp - Harris Nature Center
3 Years & Under, with an accompanying adult Active toddlers with a parent or adult companion will squeal with delight over their first camp experience. A naturalist will facilitate many encounters with nature for the toddlers and their companion, including short optional walks, crafts and hands-on nature activities. All campers will receive a free camp tee shirt. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * This program will take place regardless of the weather. * Register before June 1st and receive a $2.00 discount. LOCATION Harris Nature Center Picnic Area at Harris Nature Center INSTRUCTOR Harris Nature Center Staff

Scott Thomson Baseball Camp: Session 1 (Day Camp) - Mount St. Marys University
Ages 7-12 Each camper will learn all defensive positions. Will have half of the morning will be instruction and the second we place the campers on teams and play scrimmage games. All campers will be placed according to age when in stations and defensive skill sessions. 301-447-3806

2A. Lower Elem: Grade 1 - RiverRun Community Montessori
Lower Elementary class, grade 1 student. Morning work period and snack followed by recess, lunch and afternoon work period. Program includes specials in music, physical education and Spanish as well as numerous field trips and hands-on projects. 518-334-3099

Splash Down Camp - Camp Nawakwa
The perfect break from those long hot August days, come join us for Splash Down Camp! Nearly all activities have a water based theme, spend your afternoons cooling off in the pool or take the opportunity to cruise around the lake or just simply sit off the dock with a fishing pole enjoying the friendship of fellow campers, while swapping fish stories. Our evening activities will also be water based such as the water balloon games. Apart from our "Splash Down Camp" activities, we also offer traditional camp activities, such as Arts & Crafts, Archery, Climbing Tower, campfire programs, plus much more. 9099825400.0

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