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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Will 2016 - Winstead Elementary - Offsite
This registration is for our Winstead Elementary location. If you need to register for our Walnut Grove Elementary location please search registration code 6318. Camp Will is a specialized therapeutic summer day camp for children, adolescents and young adults (ages 6 through 23 years) with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Our goal is to build confidence and self esteem, enhance social skills, foster independence, and provide an exciting and fun-filled summer through various activities, such as music, art, sports, recreation therapy, and more. This online registration is the first step of a two step process to enroll your child in Camp Will. Eligibility: Campers must be a resident of Williamson County, ages 6 through 23 years (campers must be 6 by May 31, 2016). New Campers: An assessment MUST be completed by a parent/legal guardian PRIOR to registration. Campers must also be present during the assessment. Please call (615) 790-5719 x2021 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Dates & Times: * May 31, 2016-July 15, 2016 * Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm * NO Camp on May 30th (Memorial Day) and July 4th (Independence Day) Location: Winstead Elementary School ...
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NeKaMo Camp Cedarbrook
 
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Distance
36.74 Miles
Address:
, Warsaw, Missouri
NeKaMo Camp is a nondenominational Christian camp for girls in 2nd to 12th grades.
Activities: Arts Camps: Arts and Crafts
Camp LEAD
 
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Distance
37.21 Miles
Address:
1880 Washington Ave. , Lexington, Missouri 64067
Wentworth's summer school offers a supportive learning environment where young men and women are introduced to values such as self-discipline, integrity, teamwork and accountability....
Activities: Adventure , Aviation , College Credits , ...
Wonderland Camp Foundation
 
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Distance
50.15 Miles
Address:
18591 Miller Cir, Rocky Mount, Missouri 65072
Wonderland Camp provides recreation for mentally and physically challenged people and respite care for parents.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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TCTA Teen Theatre Camp Session 2 - Austin, TX
We are still looking for some interested teens for the TCTA Theatre Arts Program! ages 12-18 It's free, there are 2 sessions at 2 different locations June 13-July 8 @ Hancock Recreation Center July 11- Aug. 5 @ Doris Miller Auditorium Monday - Friday 1-5PM Write, direct, perform and tour to other camps a contemporary performance piece that will include written word, dance, puppetry, etc. The Artists we have hired for the camp have an extensive performance and technical background. You will be taking tours of local theatre spaces and seeing performances around town. This is truly a unique experience if you have an interest in the theatre arts and performance art. Form information about auditions and backstage crew email Kelly at [email protected]

2017 Teen Winter Retreat - Jackson, OH
Registration for the retreat will be held on Saturday, January 28, from 3– 4 p.m. and will dismiss at 10 a.m. on Sunday, January 29. The Teen Winter Retreat will feature many fun events, activities and programs. You will need to bring your completed health form and activity release form that is signed by your parent/guardian in order to participate. Please bring warm clothes and comfortable shoes as we will probably be taking part in some outdoor activities during the retreat. You will also need to bring your own, bedding, towels and bathroom supplies. Registrations should be submitted by Friday, January 20 to Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp. Registrations with payments should be mailed to Canter's Cave 4-H Camp at 1362 Caves Road, Jackson, Ohio 45640. For registration information visit: http://jackson.osu.edu/sites/jackson/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/FORMS/Teen%20Winter%20Retreat%202017%20Package.pdf

Summer Camp - Fun in the MUD! - Brookfield, CT
In this weeks summer camp children will be taught the fundamentals of wedging and centering on our brand new wheels! They will also work with clay to hand build a picture frame and a mug. This is a great camp to introduce children to clay. This event is for ages 8+

"SURRENDERED" Lighthouse Church Youth Camp 2016 - Calhoun, TN
Registration at 5 pm on September 16 Service will begin at 7 on Friday and Saturday nights. Day time activities on Saturday and service Sunday morning at 10. Supper will be served Friday night. Breakfast Lunch and Supper will be Served on Saturday and Breakfast and Lunch on Sunday. We encourage all ages to come be a part of this Holy Ghost Camp Meeting.

Camp ArtSeen 2015 Summer Art Retreat for Adults - Guerneville, CA
Make Art. Make Friends. Make it a weekend in the woods. Join us July 24-26, 2015, for a three-day art retreat for adults in the Northern California Redwoods. Camp ArtSeen combines the inspiration of the natural world with workshops and one-on-one guidance from professional artists to provide an immersive, all-inclusive experience.

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Advanced Development Camp: Session 3 - Cabin John Regional Park
Big Train Manager Sal Colangelo has designed these camps for advanced training for young players with above-average skills. On Monday, Big Train players and coaches will lead the campers through a series of drills designed to improve skills and choose teams for the weeks showcase games. Each day from Tuesday through Friday, camp will begin with one hour of skills training followed by a 7-inning showcase game on Field #2. Each camper will receive an official Big Train & BCC Baseball Summer Camp t-shirt that will entitle the camper free admission to all Big Train home games at Shiryley Povich Field during the 2015 regular season. For an additional $90, the participants in the Advanced Development Player Camps may attend the regular Big Train Camp in the afternoon until 3 p.m. 301-365-1076

Robot Builder - Goleta Presbyterian Church
Campers will learn about the Science of Robotics with historical information, discoveries and advances in robot technology. Newtons Laws will be emphasized all week and each camper will receive three robot kits to work on. Campers will be able to take home their remote controlled robots! This year, Terrific Scientific will be featuring our 3-in-1 All Terrain Robot kit and our 14-1 Solar Robot. In addition to these projects, campers will learn how to solder with our space alarm-soldering project. Learning the skills of wiring, gear building, and soldering will allow campers to go on to more sophisticated robot creations. The 3-in-1 All Terrain Robot is a multi-function tracked mobile robotic kit. Utilize different track modules and make your robot transform into 3 amazing variations: the forklift, rover, and gripper. Using the wired controller, command the robot to move forward, backward, turn, grip and lift. The 14-1 Educational Solar Robot Kit is an innovative solar powered science kit that can transform into 14 different robot modes. With renewable energy sources having such an important role in our world, there is no better time to start children on the path to learning basic concepts behind these technologies. 805-570-1988

3-Wednesday: Radical Reptile and Friends with Mr. John - Beit Midrash
John Taibe from Radical Reptiles and Friends is coming again to SDJA preschool to introduce the children to a unique menagerie of live animals including snakes, frogs, turtles, tortoises, lizards, insects and other creepy crawlies. As the children explore the animal kingdom, they will have a unique, hands-on experience enhanced by art, games and various projects related to these creatures. Dates: January 6, 13, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17, 24, March 2, 9 (10 lessons) 8587043700.0

Academic Prep & Enrichment Camp STH with Robotics Elective (session 1) - St. Thomas High School
Making a Math-Brain Campers are immersed in developing problem solving and analytical skills while fostering a passion for math. Interactive activities will enhance and broaden students understanding of core concepts learned in the academic year. Logic and reasoning challenges provide fun opportunities to promote teamwork and confidence building. The goal of the program is to develop young students into creative and critical thinkers and encourage the pursuit of higher-level math courses, degrees and careers. Brain Games What does a paper clip, a spoon, and a rubber band have in common? Destructive power! Confused? These are the ingredients of a hand held catapult. Expand your mind and challenge your brain engaging in competitive games, projects and puzzles. Researchers at University of California, Berkeley, have declared that mental training games can help students avoid the summer learning slide while playing a significant impact on enhancing cognitive and behavioral development. You will take everyday items and transform them into extraordinary machines. See how quickly you can construct a maze and discover your way out. Explore what it takes to keep your Martian colony alive with only a limited amount of supplies. Test your memory, flexibility, attention and problem-solving ability. You may be surprised... 281-757-4005

Hovercraft Design - Sciensational - The Calverton School
Hover Craft- Design Your Own Vehicle- Egg Drop Car - Do you want to design and build things that you create- not just a model you purchase? Well this is the place for you. Build and keep an air powered Hover Craft. You make it defy gravity. Once its up and moving, then using your creativity, control its direction. Get to build and take home your own car. The purpose is to build a super car powered by more than one source of energy. This can be one crazy looking vehicle. We provide you with many materials for that dynamic vehicle that you will build. Also get to build a Egg Drop Car. The purpose is to build a gravity vehicle that can cushion a raw egg as the car holding the egg is dropped from a high height. We provide you with the material to cushion the fall. You have to be creative. In these three challenges in one workshop, you will learn about Laws of Motion, Energy, Air Pressure, Friction, Lift, Speed and Acceleration. You are never to young to learn and have fun in a Sciensational hands on way. Ages 6 - 11 410-535-0216 x1130

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