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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Little Artist & Engineer -Kinder, Spring Session - Brandon Elementary
This class includes all new projects each session. Kindergarteners discover both art and engineering through fun, hands-on and engaging projects geared for the young inquisitive mind. Students gain self-confidence and problem solving skills as they learn to draw, paint, sculpt, and collage while using artist quality media! They develop cognitive thinking and spatial skills as well as an understanding of cause and effect using KNEX Transportation, Early Simple Machines and Keva Planks, to construct 3-D models, learn about simple machines, the tools used to work on machines and their functions. 29 Classes for School Year: 9/14/15 9/21/15 9/28/15 10/5/15 10/12/15 10/19/15 10/26/15 11/2/15 11/9/15 11/30/15 12/7/15 12/14/15 1/11/16 1/25/16 2/1/16 2/8/16 2/22/16 2/29/16 3/7/16 3/14/16 3/21/16 4/4/16 4/11/16 4/18/16 4/25/16 5/2/16 5/9/16 5/16/16 5/23/16 NO Classes for Parent Conference or Holidays: 11/16 PC, 11/23 Thanks, 1/4, 1/18 MLK, 2/15 Pres D, 3/28 SB 805-570-1988
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Alpengirl - Montana and Norway
 
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23.48 Miles
Address:
, Bozeman, Montana
Teen Adventure Camp for Girls ages 11-17 in MT
Activities: Sports Camps: Equestrian and Horseback Riding
NIKE Tennis Camp at Montana State
 
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Distance
23.48 Miles
Address:
, Bozeman, Montana
Come join Mike Phillips and his dedicated staff at Montana State Univeristy this summer for an exciting Nike Tennis Camp experience in a supportive...
Activities: Youth Programs
Alpengirl Girls Summer Camp
 
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Distance
39.46 Miles
Address:
PO Box 1138, Manhattan, Montana 59741
Alpengirl Girl Powered Teen Adventure Camp. Montana, Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, Norway. Backpack, yoga, horses, surfing, organic fitness & genuine friendship.
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Livingston, MT Summer Camps

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Summer Camp Reunion Weekend - Paige, TX
We just love seeing our campers and their families return to the village in February and March to enjoy Sherwood Forest Faire, and obviously a great part of that is when campers encounter each other! This year, for the first time, we would like to have an official "Reunion" for our Youth Campers and Adult Campers alike to help facilitate that. Both events (which will be separate, because we don't want the Adult Campers teaching the younger ones bad habits) will take place during weekend #2, Feb 20-21. Mark your calendar! When more details are available, they will be posted here.

Summer Teen Leadership // Grades 7-12 - Puyallup, WA
We're looking for teens entering 7-12th grades in the fall (12-18 years old) who are interested in volunteering, leadership, and having fun! Depending on grade/age teens can participate in a leaderhsip program that readies them to volunteer as camp counslors next summer. Older teens are eligible to be camp counselors this summer! Why Camp Fire? • Develop Leadership Skills • Complete Community Service Hours • Explore Nature & Wildlife • Learn Outdoor Cooking Methods • Teach Crafts, Games & Activities Follow the link for more info: http://bit.ly/1RX2Wtc Questions? Post a comment on this event or send an email to the Camp Director, Kim Combs: [email protected]

Big Kid Play camp for children Age 4-10 year please RSVP by email - Br
Our big kids Play camp is one-hour event for $30 he children will ride pony/horse, learn how groom horse from head to toe, Walk the horse doing the obstacle course , Hand in Hand Jump . Plese email [email protected] if you like to come to this event.

Kid's Jiu Jitsu Camp - New Bern, NC
Our Jiu-Jitsu camp will arm your child with a host of positive mental and physical skills that will help him/her in school, at home and in life! As your child will learn to succeed, you’ll see a new kind of discipline emerging… the kind that will positively affect all areas of his or her life. You’ll notice an increased respect for others, and most importantly, for him / herself. This kind of powerful mind/body connection will make them unstoppable when faced with difficulties in life. Watch your child’s energy, confidence, and spirit rise while he or she becomes strong and confident. We’re not just talking about physical strength, but the kind of strength it takes to resist peer pressure and other negative aspects of life. Jiu-Jitsu is a non-striking self-defense martial art system based on leverage and control over the opponent. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is considered to be one of the best self defenses for kids and adults since it’s applied in response to physical aggression, so there’s no need to worry about your child becoming violent. Details: Begins: 01 December 2016 Ends: 29 December 2016 Camp is available (4) days a week beginning at 6:30pm and ending at 7:30pm Monday-Thursday. Ages: 5-15 Children with disabilites are...

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2A. Lower Elem: Grade 1 - RiverRun Community Montessori
Lower Elementary class, grade 1 student. Morning work period and snack followed by recess, lunch and afternoon work period. Program includes specials in music, physical education and Spanish as well as numerous field trips and hands-on projects. 518-334-3099

Summer Slide - Middle School
Are you concerned that your child may develop a case of summer slide or think year round school is an intelligent idea? This two-week program will allow your child to prepare for success in the following school year. The course is taught by Sandra Schwartz, who holds a Bachelors in Education with a minor in Mathematics and an M.Ed., and has been working in the North Merrick UFSD since 2008. Sandra currently teaches Computer and Technology at Camp Avenue School. Students are invited to take part in a comprehensive class designed to sharpen their skills by offering an ideal balance of instruction in math and creative writing to assist students in mastering these subjects. Students practice their math skills and learn new ones while having fun by engaging in skill building and problem-solving math games and activities. In addition, students are challenged to expand their creative writing boundaries and strengthen their composition skills. This course works at making the writing process fun and engaging while teaching the mechanisms, techniques, and tools that students need to become more (516) 750-3104

PM Week 6: Sumo Bots - Oakhill Day School
Create your own robot to compete in a Sumobot scrimmage! Robots will be created to perform specific tasks, such as pushing objects out of a Sumo ring. No programming experience necessary. 816-436-6228

SJC - Performs - Session I - SJC Long Island
For the week of July 5th, there is no class on July 4th. When adding Before Care, After Care, or Lunches, you will select additional quantities to cover the full 3 weeks as needed. Theres something for every young theater artist this summer at SJC! Boys and girls entering 3rd through 8th grade will be divided by age to learn a broad range of performance skills, including acting, singing, and dance. Campers will continue to challenge their imaginations with classes in improvisation, playwriting, and production design. Our professional staff of New York theater artists and educators will lead the groups through creative exercises to build an ensemble where every camper gets the chance to shine! Both of our 3-week camp sessions culminate in a unique performance showcase open to family and friends. After the curtains close, the lessons in confidence, collaboration, and creativity last a lifetime! 631 687 4556

Summer Camp PM High Performance - Princeton Racquet Club
The high performance camp is conducted for players who are ranked in the district, section or nation. Emphasis will be on continued stroke development with proper biomechanics, shot selection, placement, mastery of spins, knowledge and execution of different tactics, mental toughness and conditioning. Must be approved by camp staff. * low student /pro ratio (4:1) * video analysis for stroke and match analysis * emphasis on quality rather than quantity hours of training and total development of each camper. 4 hours/day - stay injury free! * top certified teaching professionals * hard and clay court surfaces for training ...

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