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Summer Camps in Lexington, TN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Presidents Day Camp - The REALM
The REALM will be hosting day camp on Presidents Day! Campers will spend the day exploring the history of this day through art, research, theater, games and more! (310) 399-1139
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NaCoMe
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3232 Sulphur Creek Rd, Pleasantville, Tennessee 37033
Located an hour & a half southwewst of Nashville, NaCome's spacious 600 acers offers yr-round modern facilites & programming for all ages. Vist www.nacome.org...
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
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Lexington, TN Summer Camps

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Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17

CentriKid Camp 2016 - Pulaski, MS
. Date:07/25/2016 - 07/29/2016 Location:Timber Creek Camp Pulaski, MS

Paddle Party for Youth Camp Fund - Scammon, KS
Join us for a fun night out and a chance to win great items! We have Some great vendors lined up such as Thirty-One, Scentsy, Gold Canyon Candle, Avon, Simply Said Inc. and many more! There will opportunity to purchase cash and carry items and/or place orders as well.

Masonic Park & Youth Camp Fall Dinner - Wimauma, FL
Join us Saturday, October 22nd between 11am and 2pm... $15 per person All proceeds benefit the park

Kid's Night Out - Camp Out - Canton, CT
Kid's Night Out - Camp Out Friday, January 20, 5:00-8:00 Suggested Ages: 3-9 (drop off) $45 ($35 for each additional sibling) Send the kids to camp out at TLGT. Ms. Suzanne and the kids will make a pretend fire to sing songs around and tell not-so-scary stories. In addition to a delicious campfire dinner, the kids will enjoy smores for dessert.

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Teen Week II - Extreme Sports Camp - Camp Appanoose
Designed for middle and older teens, Extreme Sports Camp is packed full of classic amp experiences which include opportunities to learn sailing, water skiing, canoeing kayaking, four wheeling, archery, riflery, barrel racing, paint-balling, and swimming. Bible Talk times and music led by our camp pastor and the staff worship team. You may choose your activity options this week. 641-649-2491

Annisaquam Yacht Club Junior Programs - Annisaquam Yacht Club Junior Programs
Our goal at the Annisquam Yacht Club Junior Sailing Tennis & Swimming Program is to Instill in children a love for sailing and the sea, an ease and confidence in handling of boats and enjoying waterfront recreation. Teach and develop basic swimming and water safety skills and abilities necessary for Program activities. Promote an awareness and observance of safety principles, equipment care and maintenance, and sportsmanship in all phases of seamanship. Develop racing skills and an aptitude for competitive sailing, according to interest and ability, Introduce children to tennis and develop their skills according to their interest and ability. Inspire respect for the outdoors, for sport, and for sportsmanship as a way of life, and Provide an opportunity for children to develop a broader sense of community. 9783252551.0

Day Camp 6 Wood Working - Sugar Hollow Camp
What do you get when you infuse a camp day of games, swimming and sneaking around in the woods with hammers, saws and wood? Wood Working Camp! Children will learn the ins and outs of tool use and building things with their own hands. They will dream big while creating their own projects from a pile of scrap wood like birdhouses, shelves, etc., puzzle over stripped screws and how best to pull out a nail. Requirements: all campers must bring their own hammer and Japanese pull saw (specifics will come in your welcome letter). 540-456-7339

Week 7: Art on the Wild Side (Ages 5-7) - Ann Arbor Art Center
Do you love all creatures great and small?! Take a walk on the wild side and join us as we find inspiration in the vibrant colors, exotic patterns, and unusual shapes found in the world?s most amazing animals, birds, and bugs. Campers will: * Use patterns, colors, and shapes found in animals, birds, or bugs to inspire a work of art * Zoom in on a tiny detail of a creature to create a stunning abstract drawing or painting * Create your own fake bug collection! No real bugs involved! Draw or sculpt a stunning array of cool critters. * Attempt to capture the elusive giant sloth. We are certain it is in the Art Center somewhere? moving very slowly! AREA OF INTEREST Summer Camps LOCATION Studio 5 at Ann Arbor Art Center INSTRUCTOR Art Center Staff

.Camp | Clay Camp: session 1/GRADES 9 - 12 - Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
Clay Camp: Session 1/ Grades 9 - 12 Learn the basics of wheel-throwing on the pottery wheel and a variety of handbuilding techniques. Lessons include both functional objects created on the wheel and hand-built sculptural clay forms. Final projects will be completed using alternative outdoor firing processes including raku and smoke-firing. August 15 - August 19 Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm $248 Members, $288 Guests, $15 Materials Fee -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR ALL CAMP FORMS & GENERAL INFORMATION Go to: www.BBArtCenter.org [] Click: SUMMER ART CAMP Students should be registered for the school grade they will enter in the Fall 2016. All special requests should be submitted two weeks in advance. COURSE MEDIUM Multi-Medium INSTRUCTOR Department Faculty

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