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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: The Ultimate Science Adventure Camp - Old Trail School
Join us for a wacky week of amazing physical and mental feats. Blow objects sky high with bottle rockets. Design and test your own flexible roller coaster. Build and test LEGO® racers. Understanding Newton and Bernoulli has never been so much fun! Work at your own pace, challenge your brain, and solve a series of perplexing puzzles. Stay with us in the afternoon for Wet and Wild Summer Games. Instructor: Jodi Johnson, BS, Old Trail School science teacher. 3306661118 x469
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Camp Omega
 
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36.04 Miles
Address:
22750 Lind Ave, Waterville, Minnesota 56096
Challenging & fun programs that promote solid Christian values/self-esteem development & spiritual growth.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Basketball, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study, Sailing,...
Foster YMCA
 
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64.54 Miles
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PO Box 296, Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360
Mission driven YMCA camp. Values of honesty, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring. 60 college-age staff. Traditional yet progressive programming.
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
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Lake Crystal, MN Summer Camps

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Kids and Pros Chattanooga - FREE Football Camp - Chattanooga, TN
It's time again for the FREE Kids and Pros Football Camp at Finley Stadium July 11-13. Join local well known former pro/college standouts, the UTC coaching staff, and former All-Pro Falcon Linebacker...Buddy Curry as they use football to teach valuable life lessons. Get tickets now: http://kidsandpros.com/2016/01/13/2016-camps-chattanooga-tn-july-11-13-2016/

Encuentro - Soldados de Cristo Rey - Dahlonega, GA
Cirugía de Corazón Abierto Sin Anestesia Es muy difícil describir lo que pasa en este fin de semana aparte de que definitivamente es diseñado para ser un encuentro personal con Jesus- no solo un retiro con tema para muchas personas. La mejor descripción se la da el Obispo Luis, quien le llama,"Cirugía de corazón abierto sin anestesia." Debe ir uno preparado para abrir el corazón. Este Encuentro es para jóvenes adultos hispanos de 18-35 años. Cupo es limitado a las primeras 25 personas que se registren. Se pueden registrar con este enlace: https://goo.gl/forms/F1TjQOtFk3kgUflI3

Teen Camp - Sandia, TX
South Central Regional Teen Camp for youth in Middle & High School.

Toddler Boot Camp: 'I'm a Big Kid Now' - Battle Creek, MI
Youngsters and their families will enjoy stories, crafts, songs, and surprises at Toddler Boot Camp. This themed four-week story time is geared to children 1-5 years old to encourage them to transition from the baby stages to a big kid. Stories and songs such as "Bye Bye Binky," " No More Diapers," and "No More Monsters," will be shared to make transitioning for parent and child a fun experience.

Teen Leadership Training Retreat 2016 - Penn Yan, NY
Join Jewish community teens from Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, and Ithaca for an amazing weekend of Low Ropes, Sports, Leadership Training programs, and a huge Saturday Night Carnival! Open to all 8th-12th graders in the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, and Ithaca Jewish communities. $18 registration fee will be donated to a charitable organization chosen by teen participants. Generous underwriting provided by the Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation. To register, contact your community organizer (membership/affiliation/prior participation from organizer's agency is not required): BUFFALO - Melissa Schreiber, Buffalo Bureau of Jewish Education, [email protected] ROCHESTER - Rich Gordon, Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, [email protected] Online registration available at http://www.jewishrochester.org/teens. SYRACUSE - Lauren Rosenstein, Temple Concord, [email protected] ALBANY - Ruth Malka, Mifgash Jewish Community High School, [email protected] ITHACA - Rabbi Suzanne Brody, Temple Beth-El, [email protected]

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Week 10 PM - Kayak Snorkeling - NESS
Paddle and explore Little Narragansett Bay during the best months of the year. Kayak to estuaries, coves, islands, and other places where power boats are not able to go. Snorkel the warm waters of the harbor and the bay, while learning about local ecosystems and the species that inhabit them. Challenge your snorkeling skills by learning to free dive, using NESS fins. No previous kayaking experience is necessary, but an interest in the ocean, snorkeling, and kayaking is a must for this adventure week. Includes: snorkeling, kayaking & free diving 860-535-9362

Magical Adventures – Little Superheroes - The Oakwood School
Learn to throw webs like Spiderman, join the superheroes to save a princess, stop the worry monsters and more when you take magical adventures with your favorite superheroes. These exciting activity, relaxation, and mindfulness classes creatively engage the campers imaginations with exciting themes and superhero missions. Through play, crafts, and guided stories, children will learn some basic relaxation techniques and simple mindfulness skills, such as the superheros mindful listening (focusing on a particular sound or listening to see how many different sounds we hear), mindful seeing (like Superman—focusing on seeing things we had not noticed), and mindful breathing (paying attention to our own breathing). Superheroes are known for their ability to focus their superpowers and use them for compassion. Congressman Tim Ryan says, "Mindfulness will help children to pay attention and be kind to themselves and others as they swim in a world of distraction and aggression." In his book A Mindful Nation, Ryan highlights increased focus, decreased stress and a quieter mind as benefits of a regular mindfulness practice. For more information about mindfulness and The Mindful Pirate, go to www.MindfulPirate.com. 2529310760.0

Music Camps - Composition Camp - MacPhail Center for Music - Minneapolis
Calling all young composers! Heres a camp for you to meet other young composers and share your passion for creating music. Gain the tools you need to grow as a composer. Study the works of living and historic composers to understand how other composers think and solve problems. Receive coaching from MacPhail composition faculty on recent and current works. Hear your compositions performed by professional musicians. You will be asked to submit a score for review prior to the camp. Space is limited, register early! Students in the Composition Camp may opt to also enroll the in the optional Composition Camp Elective: Theory and Counterpoint for an additional fee. This class meets daily at 11:00 a.m. prior to the start of Composition Camp. OTHER COURSE CATEGORY Ages 13 - 18 SKILLS Composition/Theory INSTRUCTOR Sarah E. Miller

Camp TechTerra™ - Building C
The TechTerraTM curriculum takes two seemingly opposing elements — technology and nature — and brings them together to help children better understand the world around them and the gadgets in their hands, through coding, storytelling and use of digital devices. The camp was developed by Susan Wells, a national leader in STEM, mobile-integrated education and veteran public educator. The curriculum is inspired and informed by STEM, Nature, Maker Ed and Project Based Learning. Camp TechTerra focus activies include-- • Construction and Engineering • Making and Fabrication • Science Exploration • Mess & Guess, Inquiry-based learning • Computer Science including-- Coding, Robotics, Tech Deconstruction and Microprocessors • 3D Printing and Modeling • Art and Design • Movie-making Share and Presentation Offered in partnership with TechTerraTM 9194932642.0

Summer Camp Juniper Jedis - Skyliner Lodge
Wildheart Juniper Jedis know how to tap into the invisible web of interconnectedness and travel through the woods without being noticed. Students will learn the art of silently stalking animals and people. In addition, they will practice listening closely to the Earth Force. Camouflage is essential for all Juniper Jedis and we will spend a good deal of our time practicing this skill of becoming invisible. Each participant will leave the camp with a complete camouflage kit, which will enable them to quickly blend in to their surroundings, no matter what the situation. Additionally, students will develop their ability to understand the language of the birds, giving them a birds-eye-view of their surroundings and informing them what their prey is up to, as well as any nearby predators. All of this and well still have time to play and enjoy ourselves as every Juniper Jedi knows how to have a good time! Learn how to sense the Forces of nature and become an extension of the forest. 503-680-9831

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