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Summer Camps in Lewistown, MT

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: All-Sports Camp Week 3 - Wingate Baseball Park
Camp Features: Campers will participate in team sports and age appropriate activities including: Speed & Agility Obstacle Courses, Soccer, Flag Football, Kick Ball, Whiffle Ball, Dodge Ball, Tag Games, Scavenger Hunts, Ultimate Frisbee, Fungo Golf, Water Activities & much more. •Fun, Exciting, High-Energy Coaches & Instructors •Campers will receive a T-shirt •Games & Prizes Campers will be grouped by age/skill level. Lunch will NOT be provided. Campers will need to bring their own lunch. Water & drinks will be available. Extended hours available for additional fee. 904-219-8417

Latest Review for Washington Nationals Baseball Camp

The only baseball camp my children will go to
My twin sons and my daughter won’t go to any other baseball camp besides this one. Washington Nationals Baseball Camp is for children ages 5 to 13. This camp provides Major League experience to kids who are passionate about learning and playing baseball. Each child receives a look alike national league uniform. My kids didn’t take their uniform off for days! They are already planning to go again next year.... Read More...


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2017 LSBT Youth Camp - Larkspur, CO
LSBT Youth Camp 2017 invites all 6th-12th graders a chance to get away from everything and focus on their relationship with God! Every day they will be served 3 Awesome meals and just as many Spiritual meals!! Every afternoon will be filled with activities, such as, low and high obstacle courses, kick ball, volleyball, horseshoes, inflatable jousting matches, and glow in the dark dodgeball!! ALL of this in a peaceful camp setting with Spectacular views of Pikes Peak! Cost is $425 includes lodging for 6 nights, 20 meals, camp t-shirt, and all activities!!! We have plenty of fundraising opportunities just ask!! If interested or know a teen that would like to go please contact Tina Andrews 816-565-1039 and turn in a $20 non-refundable deposit.

Teen Robotics Camp - Day 3 - Dublin, GA
For rising 7th-12th graders. This is a 4-day robotics workshop where we will be learning how to build and program LEGO Mindstorms. SEATS ARE LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE AT THE REFERENCE DESK. Teens who register are expected to attend all four days of the workshop.

April Teen Night - Excelsior, MN
We're excited to bring bring back monthly Teen Nights in 2016! Teen Night is for anyone interested in spending some fun, wacky, creative time at your home away from home - Tanadoona! These events are FREE but please register in advance so we have enough food and supplies for everyone! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jblgE3Ug3Z_T-Z-j6yB9srrhV4wj_tesIi3EimRZsi0/viewform?c=0&w=1

Summer Camp Fair 2016 - Williamsburg, VA
Summer Camp Fair 2016 Date: Friday, April 22 from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: James City County Recreation Center, 5301 Longhill Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188. This is the 3rd Annual Summer Camp Fair brought to you by WilliamsburgFamilies.com, the Virginia Gazette and James City County Parks and Recreation. We plan to have 40+ Camps, Sports, Dance, Arts, Overnight and Special Interest Camps and programs. Pools, Swim teams, VBS, and more! Camps can have a booth, get discounts on site advertising for the Spring and Summer months, run contests/giveaways, be part of the goodie bags and be promoted on social media. We have Early Bird Rates for those camps who want to plan ahead and special ad packages for those camps who want extra promotion! Event is free to the general public If you would like information sent to you to learn more and register your summer camp email: [email protected] Summer Camp Fair is a partnership between James City County Parks & Recreation, The Virginia Gazette and www.WilliamsburgFamilies.com. Learn more here: http://www.williamsburgfamilies.com/williamsburg-summer-camps-fair/

3rd Annual Fireworks Fundraiser "Celebrate and Laugh" for Avengers Fre
The Avengers Mentoring Organization (501c3) presents it's 3rd Annual Charity Fireworks Fundraiser for our 5th Annual Summer Camp! Our FREE summer camp serves 300 children ages 6-13 in and around the Metro-Detroit area. This daily camp runs from July 11, 2016-August 19, 2016. Locations are: The Golightly Education Center (5536 St. Antoine) and George Crockett Academy (4851 14th St) in Detroit. During the camp, children are involved in team sports such as: volleyball, basketball, kickball, baseball and more, arts and crafts, group mentoring, outdoor recreational play and are also served by a mobile dentist. Meals are provided by Good Samaritan Food and is run by up to 25 volunteers! Field trips are also optional and available! This year's theme is "Celebrate and Laugh," the fireworks is a tradition in Metro-Detroit, get a magnificent view of the fireworks at One Woodward on the 19th floor! Enjoy a barbecue style meal, laughs by Comedians Mic Larry and Simply Shanell and enjoy the sounds of singing sensation and recording artist Johnyce! There will be music, dancing and many activities, as well as a VIP charter ride to and from the event! But most of all, you will be a part of helping the Avengers...

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Summer Camp Sacred Artist - Skyliner Lodge
Wildheart Sacred Artists know their nature both within and without. Newborns arrive into this world with a purity and clarity so intense that it is near impossible not to fall into some divine joy when looking into their eyes. As they grow older, this clarity begins to fade as they develop a healthy sense of who they are and begin to define the world they are perceiving. At Wildheart, there is nothing more important to us than returning the power and clarity to childrens eyes. Nature is the perfect setting for inviting kids to return to their inner truths. In this centering and empowering week of camp we will be exploring mindfulness, meditation, dance, sacred art, earth skills, music, compassion, and Earth-based ceremonies. Children will come away with practice choosing kindness over anger, peace over anxiety, and love over fear. They will also come away with a unique altar cloth dyed using local plants and leaf prints. Second year students also receive a surprise item for their altar that represents a positive quality they have offered to the camp. Amidst the deep work we will be doing, we will also find plenty of space for nature games and free time... 503-680-9831

Kids in Motion Camp - Hill Country Christian School of Austin
Keeping our bodies moving and learning to be life-long movers is important in the development of our bodies. Each day we will focus on different type of movement skills and we will have fun while learning new ways to be active and have fun! 512-331-7036

Week 6 - Charlottesville Waldorf School
The Charlottesville Waldorf Schools Summergarden has been designed to bring your children the rhythmical structure of a Waldorf Kindergarten that allows the imagination to unfold in free play, games, crafts and a variety of artistic activities. Each day will start in the cool of the morning in our beautifully landscaped outdoor play area, where sand, water, and swings are readily available. Everyone will have the opportunity to work in one of the school gardens. As the temperature rises, the children will move to our carefully designed and air-conditioned classrooms. Indoor activities will include cooking, handwork, imaginative play, and circle time. Join us and give your child the taste of the magic of a Waldorf Kindergarten! 4349734946 x102

Go Kids Camp - Emerson - Emerson Elementary
This program is devoted to educating youth about the importance of healthy living. Participants learn about nutrition and physical fitness through informational speakers, recreational activities and field trips. Participants must attend the first and last week of the program. Parents of participants are required to attend 3 meetings to educate the family on the program and teaching healthy living at home. First parent meeting is June 1st from 6-7p at Banner Childrens Medical Center. Parents are required to attend the pre-camp meeting to sign health screening waivers and receive the camp calendar. No refunds are given for this program. A medical release form must be completed by a physician for each participant by the end of the first week of the program. A physicians form is located on the registration website. For more information call 480 644 4345. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Emerson Elementary

88-16 Red Division Player - Valley Sports Arena Rink 2
Our Red division is for peewee A and bantam B players, (ages 11-13). You guys have a real passion for hockey, and to you, "spring" just means a couple more months of playing time!Our weekly skill sessions will help you bring your game to the next level. Youll increase your foot speed and make your strides more efficient. Your dekes and your shots will also improve. During the weekly games, youll be finding the back of the net more often! 978-371-3355

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