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Summer Camps in Little Flock, AR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Jr. Space Astronomer - Club ScientificLab
Camp Jr. Space Astronomer is designed for campers ages 6-8. Activities and experiments explore air and space travel, the Earth-Moon-Sun relationships, stars and galaxies. Special emphasis is placed on learning about the scientist related to an activity through Meet the Scientist and the science behind the activity through The Science Involved. The activities and experiments of each day at camp are arranged by scientific concept. Our camps are 9am-4pm with pre and post camp options available as well! Please pack a peanut-free snack bag lunch and refreshment for your child. Each camper receives one free camp t-shirt with each week of registration - order as many extras as you want at checkout! 6787561665.0
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Midsouth Covenant Camp
 
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3.79 Miles
Address:
302 S 20th St Ste A, Rogers, Arkansas 72758
A Christian camp providing opportunities for Spiritual growth, fun activities, developing friendships and leadership training.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback Riding (Western),...
Camp Invention - Arkansas
 
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13.76 Miles
Address:
, Springdale,
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Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
New Life Ranch
 
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30.45 Miles
Address:
160 New Life Ranch Dr, Colcord, Oklahoma 74338
Focus is on Christian growth in relationships. 53 years of outstanding camps for kids & families in the beautiful Ozarks.
Activities: Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback...
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Little Flock, AR Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Have A Heart: Send A Kid To Camp Annual Silent Auction & Dinner Fundr
Join us on Saturday the 6th of February as we gather to raise money to send more youth to camp! Camp Shaw-Waw-Nas-See's annual fundraiser brings together the hearts of many to raise funds for a great cause. Event Details: Our venue has stayed the same, but has a new name! Tuscany Falls Banquets, formerly known as DiNolfo's Banquets, will play host to this wonderful evening. Tickets are $60.00 per individual and can be purchased by emailing Ty Arseneau at [email protected] The evening lineup: 5:30p.m. - Cocktail hour & Silent Auction 6:30p.m. - Dinner 9:00p.m. - Silent Auction Closes 9:00p.m. - Mingling & Dance Begins Questions? Go ahead and send us a message. We'd be happy to answer any inquiries!

Youth Fundraiser for Summer Camp - Douglasville, GA
Youth fundraiser for summer camp... Help the youth make it to Ormond Beach to learn more about Jesus!

Make a Difference Treasure Hunt at Summer Camp Music Festival - Chilli
Summer Camp Music Festival will once again be hosting the Make a Difference Treasure Hunt for 2016! This activity is a great way to see all of what Make a Difference has to offer, while earning amazing prizes ONLY offered to people who participate. Partake in exciting hands-on workshops, learn about a Nonprofit organization, assist in sustainable art projects, and more! Complete a variety of these fun and meaningful tasks to earn your prize, and make your experience at Summer Camp more rewarding. TREASURE: Access to a very special concert with Everyone Orchestra on Sunday, May 29th at 5pm in the Red Barn. Everyone Orchestra conducted by Matt Butler featuring Featuring Kyle Hollingsworth (The String Cheese Incident), Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits), Al Schnier (Moe.), Tom Hamilton (JRAD, American Babies), Jeremy Salken (Big Gigantic), Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), Chris Gelbuda , Mimi Naja (Fruition), and Daniel Lamb (MarchFourth). HUNT: Perform any 3 of the Make a Difference action items listed below while at the festival to earn access to the show: 1 Take Part in the Make a Difference Raffle 2 Bring recycling/compost bags to Sorting Center 3 Visit with a NonProfit or attend an NPO Music Set 4 Participate in a...

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.

2016 Work A Thon - Oakman, AL
What is "Work A Thon"? It's a great opportunity for young people and youth groups to get together, have fun, help the camp, and earn free weeks to use or share with friends. "What do I need to do?" Ask your parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brother, cousins, friends, the barista at the coffee shop, the cable repair guy, EVERYBODY to sponsor you by paying for your days labor. Earn $250 and get a week of camp at 1/2 price. Earn $500 and get a free week of camp! Lunch and drinks will be provided! So, please RSVP so we can be sure to have enough food and projects for everyone. If you have any questions, call or text Glenn Brasher at 205-902-6434 or contact any of or cohosts on Facebook. Hope to see you there!

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Ceramics 3 - RAKU! Ceramic Intensive - Artists Exchange
For two weeks, your child will be immersed in the world of clay. Campers will learn everything from prehistoric clay working methods, to the modern work of artistic ceramics, and everything in between. The first week is devoted to developing skills using the pottery wheel, sculpting by hand, as well as learning technical aspects of clay including where it comes from, how its used, how its recycled and turned into a finished piece. During the second week, campers will explore different glazing and firing processes including everything that goes into building, loading and firing a traditional Japanese Raku kiln. Safety precautions will be set in place so campers can have a blazingly amazing time! *This is a 9 day camp. Artists Exchange is closed Monday in observance of Independence Day. 401-490-9475

Teen Chef Cook OFF! – Ages 12-15 - Goleta Presbyterian Church
Put on your Chefs apron and work in small teams to create salads, entrées, vegetable dishes, and desserts (using healthy and fresh ingredients) of your choosing. Teams will research recipes, go shopping for groceries, learn how to select foods in a grocery store, determine how much their food product costs, and prepare and cook their recipes. To add to the fun, foods produced from each team will be rated with a check-list for taste, healthy ingredients, cost and presentation. Everyone gets to vote! Take home leftovers to show off your skills! Price included $45 lab fee 805-570-1988

FBBA 2015 Summer League - Missouri City Rec & Tennis center
The Largest basketball summer league in Fort Bend. Join us this summer watching your child shine in 2016 FBBA Summer League. 832-420-9619

ADV Robotic w/ LEGO EV3 - Faith Lutheran Church
Using LEGOs New EV3 Space challenge Set and Activity Pack, campers are introduced to robotics with a very current and real-world theme-traveling and living on Mars! Campers will work as scientists and engineers as they progress though a set of lessons, challenges, and projects that fully integrate science, technology, engineering, and math concepts while prompting creative problem solving, communication, and teamwork. Campers will learn the basics of gears to help them apply physical science and math principles to build effective robots. They will also progress through a series of missions in which they investigate, observe, calculate, and apply their knowledge to solve specific tasks. Our space engineers will conduct research as they explore, plan, and develop three fundamental challenges NASA engineers and scientists are working to solve-how to endure humans can survive in space, how humans can create energy in space, and how robots can help humans explore space. 713-589-8958

Braintree After School Enrichment - Braintree After School Enrichment
B.A.S.E. [/] is a well-established child care program located in Braintree, MA. Since opening in 1985, we have become the largest after school program in Braintree and have developed a strong foundation within the community. We currently provide children in preschool through grade 7, with the opportunity to play and learn in a safe and caring environment. B.A.S.E. is a licensed nonprofit center not affiliated with the Braintree Public Schools. The program does not discriminate in the hiring of staff, acceptance of children on the basis of race, religion, cultural heritage, political belief, handicap, marital status or family composition. We believe diversity is one of the best lessons children can learn. B.A.S.E. is open during school vacations and provides year-round child care for children ages 2.9 - 13 years [/] We are open from 7:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. during the school year and until 6:00 p.m. during the summer. This program is directed [/] and staffed by certified teachers and leaders in age-appropriate activities. 781-849-3484

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