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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: All Skills Soccer Camp - Ages 8 - 10 - Village of Hartland
Kids will work on ball control in this fast paced camp. The camp is run by John Nekich certified K - 12 Physical Education Teacher for Hartland Lakeside School District. John has coached soccer at all levels from age 5 to High School Varsity. Please bring your own ball (5 - 7 size 3). (8 - 10 size 4). LOCATION Centennial Park, Hartland, WI INSTRUCTOR Hartland Music Instructor
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Summer Reading Programs at Lewiston City Library
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
10.66 Miles
Address:
411 D St., Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Children will explore all things underground this summer as Lewiston City Library presents 'Dig Into Reading' during their summer library program. ...
Activities: dinosaurs, worms, animals that leave undergound
YWCA of Lewiston, ID - Clarkston, WA
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
10.75 Miles
Address:
300 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Contact us to find out about our upcoming summer programs. 
Activities: Youth Programs
NIKE Golf Schools & Junior Camps Univ of Idaho
 
0.0 (0)
Distance
24.44 Miles
Address:
, Moscow, Idaho
This camp features instruction and course play at University of Idaho and WSU
Activities: Youth Programs
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2016 Teen Summer Camps - Panama City Beach, FL
We know that most of our teen summer camps are already full but we wanted to post what our teens will be doing this summer! Please note that we still have a couple of openings for Cooking & STEM weeks. Please call 234-4938

Youth Ski Trip 2016 - Freedom, NH
Youth Ski Trip: for our 7th-12th grade students from Friday February 26th to Sunday February 28th we will be at Camp Calumet in West Ossipee, New Hampshire for a wonderful and blessed weekend of skiing and being in fellowship with one another. Make sure to sign up and get your forms located on the Sunday School Bulletin Board. Make sure to come to the meeting on February 7th before church at 8:30am to fill out paperwork, go over the weekend and to make payments. Friends are welcome! Cost is $130.00 per person this year and if you are in need of rentals or lessons, it will be an additional $24.00 each. Please make sure to attend our Brunch Fundraiser on February 7th after church to raise funds for travel and for our chaperones.

Rock The Lake 2016: "Jamb 4 The Lamb"
This is our 3rd annual event. It is an all day music festival held on the grounds of Rock Lake Christian Assembly in Vestaburg, Mi. The day begins with a 5K run in the morning with the music starting at noon and continuing through the day and into the night.

Teen (ages 12-18yrs) Camp #4 Copped Competition & Cashflow Financial E
Each 5 Day Camp costs $87.50 1:00-3:00pm – Chopped Cooking Competition Part II We will be exploring all sorts of cooking possibilities in the competitive tone of the popular cooking show Chopped. No cooking experience needed! Come Hungry! 3:00pm-5:00pm – CashFlow Increase Your Financial IQ 101 Students will learn real world financial skills by learning to play CASHFLOW the interactive board game designed by Robert Kiyosaki. Some of the skills include: learning the difference between an asset and a liability, how to use a balance sheet, and much more!

Teen Bring a Friend Weekend - De Leon Springs, FL
For youngsters in grades 5 through 10. Campers are allowed to bring a friend of the same sex and approximate age if they so choose. This weekend program allows for interactions amongst peer groups and a learning experience for those campers without diabetes. Educational sessions relating to Teen Issues, School Issues and How To-Be-A Friend are lead by the pediatric endocrinologists, nurses, dietitians and mental health professionals. Networking and the support of their peers is critical to this age. Campers are also treated to activities such as a beach party, luau, casino night and land sports.

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Summer Willows: Wednesdays 8:45am - Harmony Natural Learning Center
Willows Transitional Toddler Program provides a gentle opportunity to gain independence and practice preschool rhythms. The morning includes welcome time, story circle and songs. Children will make homemade bread daily, as well as prepare a fresh fruit snack. The rhythm of the morning weaves facilitated group activities with ample independent play, exploration and social time. Summer program includes extra outdoor exploration time! (978)255-4865

Basketball (Ages 3-5) - Homestead Hospital ELC
Tennis is fun and accessible to kids and families everywhere! • Your child will enjoy playing with balls that bounce lower and move slower through the air, making them easier to hit. • Racquets are sized for small hands, making them easier to grip and swing. • Courts are smaller, so kids can cover them and have more success when they play. • Kids have more fun—and want to play more often. • Tennis is a sport that gets kids moving, improves balance, agility and hand-eye coordination, and can teach self-confidence and self-assurance. • Playing tennis, your child can make new friends in a safe, supportive environment. • Your whole family can play together anywhere–driveways, gyms and playgrounds can all be transformed into your very own tennis court. By getting your kids into the game youll be opening a door to a lifetime of enjoyment! 786-527-4504

Math Basics (1st-6th Grade) - Summit Schools
Struggling with basic math computation? This class is designed to help close the gap to success with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using manipulatives to strengthen concepts. This camp is appropriate for students with remedial skills. Two separate classes are offered: 1st - 3rd Grade & 4th-6th Grade *Please note: Students who are registered for a morning and afternoon camp within the same week are invited to stay for FREE supervised lunch and recess between 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch that does not require heating or cooling. Please note that lunch is not provided and students must be registered for both a morning and afternoon camp. 319-294-2036

Growing Scientists: Animal Adventures - CuriOdyssey
Growing Scientists: Animal Adventures Why are some animals furry and others feathered? How does a snail move? What does an owl eat? Have an up close and personal encounter with some of the animals at CuriOdyssey and learn about their amazing adaptations such as how they eat, where they sleep, and where to find them in nature. Go on an adventure to find tiny creatures living around Coyote Point Recreation Area. The world of animals will be revealed in this wild and wooly, slippery and scaly camp! Growing Scientists must be at least 3 years old by June 1, 2016, potty trained and able to use the bathroom independently. Half Day Camp: 8:30am-12:00noon (Pre-camp from 8:30-9:00am) Fee: Member $279 650-340-7590

Fiber Art - Creative York
Students will learn about basic fibers and weaving techniques. Create with dry felting, inkle loom weaving and yarn painting. Campers will have fun making a variety of projects to take home. Fiber camp is suitable for beginners as well as those with some fiber experience. Supplies Included. 7178483200.0

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