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Summer Camps in Lake Crystal, MN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Stowaway WO6-WO7 - Camp Whispering Oaks
Juniors-Ambassadors: Stow away at Whispering Oaks or Winacka between sessions! Once your first session ends, hang out at camp overnight to rest up for your next adventure. Do laundry, watch a movie and explore camp after everyone else has gone home. Only open to campers registered for sessions 3 and 4 or sessions 6 and 7. Modern cabin accommodations. Cookie eligible. 619-610-0821
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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
Address:
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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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Dairy Queen Fundraiser to Support our Teens going to Teen Camp - Elwoo
Take a break from cooking and come out to Dairy Queen in Elwood on May 24 from 4-9pm. 15% of the sales will go to Main Street Wesleyan Youth to help them go to teen camp this summer.

ORIGINS Youth Camp 2016 - Sparks, OK
Parents the Youth have chosen Camp #2 which is May 30th - June 3rd. I know it seems far away but we MUST have an idea on a head count so we can go ahead and get our week reserved. It will more than likely be 100% full within a week so we would choose week #3 which is June 6th-June 10th. THE KIDS are choosing Camp #2 because of the speaker we had last year will be at Camp #2. Please chat with your YOUTH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE and let me know by this Wedneday if at all possible. I would like to send in the registration fee for each kid this week to reserve our spots. Then we can work over the next 3-4 months fundraising and hopefully again fund each kid 100% like last year. If you have any questions please feel free to call, text or email me. Seth Mathis Home 405.547.7008 Cell 405.612.0237 Church 405.547.5111 [email protected]

Teen and JBC Camp - Brevard, NC
Both of these camps are VERY popular, so the sooner we can get registrations in and lock in our week the better. We'd like to keep from having kids on the waiting list. There are flyers with registration forms on the back table in the auditorium at church or click the Ticket URL above for a registration form. Teen Camp Pre-Registration Deadline: January 31st, gets a $30 discount Camp Dates: July 18-23 Ages: Entering 7th Grade through Graduating Seniors as of fall of 2016 Speaker: Tom Farrell JBC Camp Pre-Registration Deadline: January 31st, gets a $30 discount Camp Dates: July 18-23 Ages: 9 years old by September 1, 2016 and entering Grades 4-7 in the fall of 2016 Speaker: Mark Herbster Please contact Paul and Andrea Rogers if you have any questions, Email: [email protected] Phone: 703-314-4705

Hubba Hubba Revue's Summer Camp! - San Francisco, CA
Hubba Hubba Revue’s SUMMER CAMP! -- Friday, July 8th! TICKETS www.dnalounge.com/calendar/2016/07-08.html RISE & SHINE, CAMPERS! -- Pack your knapsack and buff up your merit badges, 'cuz San Francisco’s world-famous burlesque & variety show is taking you back to good ol’ Camp Hubbawatha! --for a brand-new,

2016 Teen Lock-In! - Fairmont, NC
Grades 7-12 (Chaperones welcome but not required). Cost: $15 per person. Must submit registrations before January 13! Join us at Camp Grace for a movie-watching, game-playing, popcorn-eating, no-sleeping, loads-of-fun night! Dinner, breakfast, and all the popcorn and sodas you can consume are included! Contact the office at (910) 628-6326 to obtain a registration form by mail, e-mail, or fax, or to make other arrangements. You may also view the event flyer and registration by clicking the link below. Feel free to print the registration and send it in today! https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/62097041/teen%20lock-in%202016.pdf

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Tuesday - Volleyball Clinic - Multi-Service Center
This clinic will teach your child the skills to play Volleyball. They will learn the rules and regulations of the sport to help them become a better player. Students will simulate game-like settings. Interest in this enrichment could potentially form a team for HoLa for motivated players. Students will be escorted to the Multi-service center. Parents need to pick up at the Multi. @4PM SHARP. (201) 427-1458

Art 2 - Street Art - Artists Exchange
What will your artsified city look like? Urban installation artists can create just about anything from huge steel sculptures in parks, 40 foot long mosaics in subways, giant murals on sky high buildings, Using inspiration from city life, campers will paint, sculpt and erect a city from the pavement to the sky. Exploring clay, drawing, painting, 3D construction and more, participants will complete an assortment of individual and group projects in each weeks theme, culminating in a showcase at the end of each camp, followed by the unveiling of an installation at our 9th annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival in September. 401-490-9475

Fiber Arts-Week 1 - St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
For rising 3rd-5th grade students Dont come unraveled by summer boredom! Learn a new hobby at knitting camp! All students will learn the basics of knitting: how to cast on, bind off, knit, purl, and make I-cord. There will be three different projects each week. Other fun activities may include dying yarn with Kool-Aid and a basic weaving project. You may register for just the first week, or both! Students who attend both weeks will build on skills learned the first week through different projects. Instructor: Melissa Gibson Dates & Times: Week One-July 11-15; 9:00-11:30 901-435-5843

History Time Traveler - The Oakwood School
Time travel through history learning from the Stone Age, Ancient Egypt, and Viking Sweden, Aztec Mexico, and Tudor England. You will have the chance to play different roles and explore what life was like in these civilizations through computer animations and games, hands-on activities, different crafts, and authentic snacks. 2529310760.0

MUSICAL THEATRE: Dance Styles (1 Hour) THURS 5:30-6:30 - Loudoun Arts Center
Learn the steps and styles to the different musicals from famous musicals and Broadway shows! Students will be able to identify musicals and the different inspirations for dance styles in musicals. 703-444-5888

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