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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Positive Energy-Pinkafabulous Dance Camp - Saddleback Valley Community Services Department
Pink, pink, pink! More than anything, if you love the story of Pinkalicious then you will love Pinkafabulous Dance Camp! During the week, campers will dance, participate in a pink photo shoot, design a pink prop, paint pink scenery, play pinkafabulous games, sing songs from Pinkalicious the Musical, and have a blast starring in a music video. Entertain families and friends on the last day of camp in a dance show that will celebrate all things pink while showing that being yourself is best of all. LOCATION Positive Energy Dance Center INSTRUCTOR Positive Energy Dance Center
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Presbyterian Camp On Okoboji
 
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1864 Highway 86, Milford, Iowa 51351
Christian emphasis. Facility on lake. Music, performance, nature, low challenge course. Singles, adult, and youth camping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Drama, Music, Performing...
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Le Mars, IA Summer Camps

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Camping With The Blues (Music Festival)
An incredible weekend of Blues Music at The Sertoma Youth Ranch Oct. 23-25, 2015. Check in early on Friday.....and camping is thru Monday at 1pm.

WAKA Summer Camp Texas - THE BIGGEST ONE YET - Marble Falls, TX
Get ready for the most amazing weekend ever. Join over 200 WAKA party animals as we do SUMMER CAMP! September 16-18, 2016 Camp Champions - Marble Falls, TX (just 1 hour from Austin) Your weekend will include: - accommodations in air conditioned cabins with bathrooms and hot showers (gender specific) - includes all meals and beer Friday - Sunday - themed parties 24/7 - awesome DJ's, and dance parties all weekend - and, of course - COLOR WARS Camp activities and challenges such as: ropes/challenge course, archery, fishing, canoe, paddle boats, capture the flag, kickball, sloshball, dodgeball, basketball, giant jenga, beer pong, flip cup, slip n flip, hiking, nature trails, campfires, swimming, arts and crafts, team talent show, water skiing and more! All cabins/sleeping arrangements will be gender specific - yes, meaning boys and girls sleep in separate cabins. Seriously, don't even plan on sleeping. We've got that much fun planned. kickball.com/txsummercamp WHAT IF I DON'T HAVE A TEAM? CAN I GO SOLO? WAKA Summer Camp is the best event for free agents. The isolated nature of camp, as well as all of the planned icebreakers, social activities, and friendly games create an ideal environment for new connections and relationships to be made. It really doesn't matter what team you're on - you will meet...

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Kid's Yoga Camp w/ Julie Pellerin-Herrera (Session 1) - Pittsfield, MA
Kid's Yoga Camp w/ Julie Pellerin-Herrera Session 1: July 11-15 Session 2: July 18-22 Session 3: July 25-29 Monday-Friday 10:30-11:45 am For girls & boys aged 6-10 Kids will have fun developing self-awareness, strength, balance, and flexibility. They will learn how to center their minds through focused breathing exercises and explore their imagination through fun games and visualizations. Kids’ Yoga provides children a safe and exciting way to physical health, emotional stability, and positive self-expression. Pre-registration required. Limited space available. $45 per session if registered by June 20th. $55 per session if registered after June 20th. (Discounts for siblings and if signing up for more than one session) To pre-register or for more information contact: Julie Pellerin-Herrera, Ed. S. 413-281-9775 [email protected] Mats and props are provided by studio. Students should wear comfortable clothes. No skirts or dresses. Students may bring a water bottle. About the instructor: Julie Pellerin, Ed. S.: (Yoga) Julie has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. She became a Kripalu Certified Yoga Teacher in 2003 and a Certified Yoga Ed. Teacher in 2007. Julie also has been a dedicated educator since 2001, teaching literacy and academics to children in various school settings. She attributes her...

Teen STEM Camp - Comstock Park, MI
TEEN STEM CAMP - Campers must have completed 6th - 11th grade (max. 17 years old). We will be leaving The Salvation Army Alma Corps at 1:00 PM.

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Kinder Camp - Hill Country Christian School of Austin
Students will get a jump-start on how kindergarten works! Theyll be introduced to the daily routine, including story time, math fun, show-and-tell, Bible stories, Bible verses, worship songs, handwriting, and the five short vowel sounds. Students will also take part in interactive activities and crafts! 512-331-7036

Sports in Literature - Week 3 - Penncrest High School
Are you an avid sports fan? Do you wish there were more opportunities to read about sports in school? Heres your chance for middle school students to read about their favorite sports athletes/teams while practicing and strengthening reading comprehension and writing skills. This class will explore universal themes found in sports such as perseverance, determination, work ethic, understanding commitment, setting and achieving goals, and overcoming obstacles, through various sports literature including newspaper/magazine articles, biographies, excerpts from nonfiction books, and poetry. Choose the week that works best for you! 6106276136.0

Budding Artists Grades PK-1 (Thursday) - Janney Elementary School
This class is geared towards the youngest budding artists at Janney. Over the course of each session, students are introduced to different materials carefully designed to allow young artists to explore their creativity and express themselves through different media. This session our artists will view the animals of our world through a variety of projects. Instructor: Helen Cruz 202-724-8950

Spring Break Camp 2 - Second City Training Center Chicago
Improv Study the fundamentals of improvisation through exercises that help to develop strong ensemble and character work. Develop stage presence as well as patience, self confidence, good communication skills, and a respect for other performers and their creativity. Clowning Through the experience of imagination, creativity, innocence, and play, we invite the talented youth to discover his or her sense of gravity and levity, range of breath, physical awareness and emotional connection. Experience the pleasure of the clown nose and the freedom and joy in the unknown. Stand-Up Come develop your personal style as a stand-up comedian as we focus on developing original material, stage presence, delivery and honing in on your sense of humor. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We would like to reiterate that due to the large number of students enrolled in each camp, we are not able to take pairing requests CLASS Spring Break Camp 2 #11170.162200 SECTIONS * Spring Break Camp 2 Improv & Clowning (ages 8-10) [] * Spring Break Camp 2 Improv & Stand-up (ages 11-12) [] * Spring Break Camp 2 Improv & Stand-up (ages 13-14) [] * Spring Break Camp 2 Improv & Stand-up (ages 15-18) []

MavyPoppins March StoryStars - Stutelage Innovations
DETAILS StoryStars is designed to help children take an interest in books and literature at an early age. With our enjoyable and fun themes each week, children see how exciting reading can be! Each week will focus on age-appropriate literary skills while incorporating art, science, math and cooperative learning into the lessons. We will add to our Word Wall each week and children can continue to practice these skills at home with the provided materials. Every child can learn to love stories, and our theme, as always, is Having Fun…One Book at a Time! March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 31st 9:30am – 12:00pm Ages: 3-5 March 3rd Frances doesnt like bedtime! We will write some of her excuse words on our word wall and write our own sentences about what an excuse is. Students get to paint a bedtime Frances for their room and make a math graph counting Frances excuses. March 10th Our storytime book helps children to conquer the fear of sleeping over at their grandparents house. Students will write what makes them nervous and then we will toss those fears away with our jitterbug jar! Children will decorate their own pillow covers for a sleepover and then get... 7163627848.0

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