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Summer Camps in Lizella, GA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 3s & PreK Remake Music - Mandell Preschool-- West Village
Sing a song, tap a beat, move your feet like so. Each week the children will listen to the different sounds of various instruments and then have fun while we recreate the instrument out of an assortment of recycled materials. 212-222-2925 x5416
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Lizella, GA Summer Camps

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North Central 4-H Summer Camp Open House 2016 - Carlisle, KY
North Central 4-H Camp is excited to open its facilities for future, and potential, campers, leaders, parents, and families to tour camp, meet the staff, play some games, experience the magic of camp, partake in the famous Sally down the alley, get answers to questions you may have, and enjoy a complimentary meal - ALL FREE! We look forward to meeting you, and your camper, at this year's annual open house on JUNE 4, 2016 from 3pm to 7pm.

Teen Night at Pine Lake Bible Camp Gym - Caldwell, OH
Come join Caldwell NazY for Teen Night at Pine Lake Bible Camp on November 19 from 5-8 p.m.

Kid's Day Camp - Cambridge, OH
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! NO WALK-INS ACCEPTED! Only 14 youth accepted. Do not wait to submit your registration! The Kid’s Day Camp at Deerassic costs $50 for the 3 day camp, July 12th-14th from 9am-4pm each day with lunch provided. Activities include canoeing, riflery, archery, fishing, creeking, crafts, and field games. Youth ages 8-15 will be provided with the opportunity to have a meaningful and engaging experience with the outdoors under supervision of certified instructors. https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B5diZoK_639-NFBzeGQxSGJmNGs&usp=sharing Follow the above link to download the required forms and tentative schedule. Read the forms carefully, fill them out, and submit them by email to [email protected] or via mail or in person to: Deerassic Park Education Center 14250 Cadiz Road Cambridge, OH 43725

Campus Life Alumni | Come Home for Christmas - Alma, MI
For almost 3 decades YFC and Campus Life have been a safe haven for 1000’s of middle and high school students. From weekly meetings, amazing volunteers, Mr. Happy Band, JV Dares, small groups, Florida Breakaway, JV Camp, Winter Weekend, DCLA, Colorado Challenge, pig scrambles and a good game of seek and destroy, there hasn’t been a dull moment. This holiday season we are inviting our Campus Life Alumni to Come Home For Christmas. On Thursday December 17th we invite you to join us from 7pm-9pm for a Campus Life Alumni open house. This is a great opportunity to see how the building has changed, share Campus Life memories, and hear how Campus Life is still giving life to so many kid’s stories. So come on out, enjoy some good eats, a warm cup of coffee, and share your Campus Life story. Please consider this your official invite. Simply indicate that you plan to attend. We look forward to seeing you.

Youth Camp 2016 - Seaman, OH
Our youth camp is FREE! Ages 7-17 This years theme is LEVEL UP!! Services nightly at 7pm Rev Jim Setser Day services 11am Rev Garry Fergueson

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(NEW) Wood Turning 1: Make a Baseball Bat (855 W16) - Former Adrian Training School
Learn to turn your own baseball bat. Students will learn the basics of wood spindle turning. Learn safe shop practices and procedures that will make woodturning safe and fun. Students will take home a baseball bat. Students will walk away with a basic understanding of how to operate and maintain a wood lathe and wood turning tools. Students will be allowed open studio time on Sundays during the week of class. On this day, students are welcome to come to the shop and use the tools to catch up and refine the classroom project. Instructors: Luke Barnett and Lynn Southward 517-265-1651

Robotics for Primary School Session 2 - The Prairie School
What does it take to build and program a robot? This workshop allows students to build and program a robot to complete a variety of simple tasks. Students use mathematics, engineering, communication skills, and creative problem solving in a hands-­on setting. -- Location: M-15 -- Instructor: Rick Craig, MS Robotics instructor, US Science instructor and US ROV Coordinator (262)752-2680

Mountain Biking Adventure 201 - Greensboro Day School
MOUNTAIN BIKING 201 $250 Grades 6+ July 25-29 8:30AM-2:00PM Did you know that within a half mile of the Greensboro Day School campus is access to over 35 miles of the best municipal mountain bike trails in North Carolina!?! Looking to build on a successful first year at the 2015 GDS summer camp , we are back for even more fun for 2016 with two sessions available! [MTB 101 June 13-17 and MTB 201 July 25-29] For a full week, your child will get the opportunity to safely explore our amazing local Greensboro mountain bike trails while also learning basic mountain bike repair and maintenance. Instruction will be provided from highly experienced local bike shop mechanics combined with skills instruction and guided rides from certified International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) guides. This camp will split time between instruction, skills sessions and most importantly bike riding! All your child needs is a bike in good working condition with knobby tires and a helmet. Your child already a shredder?!? Think your child might be stoked by this camp? Spaces are limited so sign up today! The goals in this camp are to have fun, understand and be able to perform common bicycle... 336-288-8590 x261

The Ugly Duckling - Twin City Stage
Campers will play theatre games and create characters while preparing a small presentation of this classic tale, complete with costumes and props in our Rehearsal Hall theatre on the last day of camp. 3367480857 x204

Chemistry Concoctions - Ages 12-15 - Goleta Presbyterian Church
Price includes $25 lab fee. Campers spend the week conducting more than 25 fascinating and fun chemistry experiments. Emphasis is on safety, chemistry history, proper use of chemistry lab equipment, and an introductory understanding of chemical symbols and reactions. This camp is a great way to prepare for high school and even college chemistry. Experiments include: metal flame tests, paper chromatography races, fluorescent polymer slime production, litmus indicator solutions, electricity in a test tube, a boat that runs on soap, and many more! 805-570-1988

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