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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp: Robotics Using LEGO WEDO - PACE Center
Build and program robots in this introductory robotics class using the LEGO® WeDo system. Learn basic programming skills, simple engineering concepts, and the names of robot components. Work in small groups to complete several projects using tilt and motion sensors. This is a great way to prepare young robotics enthusiasts for our more advanced robotics programs. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please complete and submit the Child Enrollment Record prior to the first day of camp. Please refer to the PACE Camps Parent Handbook prior to attending camp. Half-day campers must come to camp with a peanut-free snack and water bottle. AGE CATEGORY Youth (7-17) LOCATION PACE Center at PACE Center INSTRUCTOR Play-Well TEKnologies
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Camp Marydale
 
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Distance
61.29 Miles
Address:
545 Colonial Dr, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Beautiful, rustic facility in historical plantation area of South Louisiana. All girls 5-17 welcome.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Whispering Pines
 
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Distance
61.29 Miles
Address:
545 Colonial Dr, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Beautiful Longleaf Pine Savanna, rustic setting for fun and balanced program. Site includes lake, river, pool, scientists engage girls in ecological activities
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Field...
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Magnolia, MS Summer Camps

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AKMA Time Traveler & Explorer Camp - Carlsbad, CA
Travel back in time to the ice age, ancient Egypt and the current day Amazon. Visit different countries like Japan, Korea and India. Travel to the future to create inventions. Learn about real life past and present explorers. Hunt for fossils and more. Laser Tag. Pizza Party Friday and Treats included

Summer Camp 2016 - Campus by the Sea - Avalon, CA
****$20 deposit MUST be turned in by Wednesday, January 27th to register for camp.**** (The number of deposits we receive will determine the number of spots we reserve, we will be reserving spots on February 1st) Next deposit of $100 is due by April 10th $364 total, due May 29th For incoming 9th through 12th grade students (there will be a separate trip for graduating seniors). Contact Erin Graves for more information 661-803-9012 or [email protected] More details to be announced as we get closer to the event date.

Toddler Boot Camp: 'I'm a Big Kid Now' - Battle Creek, MI
Youngsters and their families will enjoy stories, crafts, songs, and surprises at Toddler Boot Camp. This themed four-week story time is geared to children 1-5 years old to encourage them to transition from the baby stages to a big kid. Stories and songs such as "Bye Bye Binky," " No More Diapers," and "No More Monsters," will be shared to make transitioning for parent and child a fun experience.

Kid's No School Art Camp- Canvas Painting- Paint Your Initial - Jenkin
Join us for Kid's No School Art Camp PM Session from 2 pm - 4 pm Project: Canvas Painting- Paint your initial with a design Ages 8+, $25 Please pack a snack & drink Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545

Fellowship of the youth: Return of the youth - Saint Clair, MO
retreat: PLAIN AND SiMPLE. actiViTiES TBA

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Spring Science Camp - 2016 - Pico Park
Let Your Imagination Soar! Spring Science Camp is a fun-packed, one week day camp led by top notch, enthusiastic Recreation Leaders where kids get to have ?Aha!? moments of creativity and discovery while building and playing with unique toys, astonishing gadgets, and fantastic gizmos -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please bring any recycled item for various planned science projects on the first day of Camp. Items can include - soda can, soda / water bottles, newspaper, milk cartons, etc. Field Trip - Griffith Observatory - Wednesday 3/30 Campers must bring a sack lunch daily, and are required to wear a camp t-shirt daily. Shirt fee is $6. GRADES Kindergarten - 8th LOCATION Pico Auditorium ABC at Pico Park

Body Movement & Ballskills Grades K-2 (Monday) - Janney Elementary School
Balance, hand/eye coordination, agility and foot skills are just some of the things our kids will learn in this class over the session. Our experienced coaches will input these skills into team sports as well as active movement games in a low stress/high energy environment. 202-724-8950

Small Chefs 1 - Woodlawn Estate
Calling all cooks! Campers will spend the week harvesting, washing, grating, peeling, chopping, mixing and best of all – tasting! Our Small Chefs learn to become comfortable with following recipes and using kitchen utensils. They are also encouraged to throw out the recipes and follow their taste buds! Welll focus on preparing a wide variety of dishes that feature produce from Arcadia Farm, and utilize Arcadia Farm Camp recipes as well as those from the Arcadia Mobile Market Cookbook. 1 410 533 5684

Forts and Tunnels - FULL (see Forts and Tunnels II Week 4) - Old Trail School
Campers will have fun in the woods turning branches into forts meant for spies or explorers! They will create tunnels or secret hideouts using easy-to-find materials, a few tools and lots of imagination. It will be a week of open-ended play that emphasizes unstructured creative exploration with diverse natural materials. Instructor: Alice Goumas, BA, MA, Old Trail School first grade teacher. 3306661118 x469

Double Scoop of Awesome Sauce- 2 CP4 - Camp Penn
Camp Deans: Scot & Desiree Bower, Mike & Nadine Ogden-----Our mini-camp is a great camp experience for kids who have completed first, second, or third grade. The fun keeps growing as together they discover the wonders of nature, the joy of new friendships, and have an opportunity to worship God and know God more fully. From start to finish, theyll be shouting, "Camps Great!" Registration begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday; mini-camp ends at 5:00 p.m. Friday. 800-874-8474

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