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Summer Camps in Manistique, MI

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Dont Try This (9-12) - Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Dont try this at home: the sequel! If you missed it last year, dont make the same mistake twice! This fun, mess-filled camp is making a comeback with more ooey-gooey, messy fun! Join in as we suds things up with wet-felting, get down and dirty in clay or turn up the psychedelic vibes with some tie-dye! Campers should bring lunch, drinks and two snacks (due to allergies, please make sure all food is peanut free) PFACs camps are led by one teaching artist per 12-15 students with assistance from Camp Counselors. If youre child may need additional assistance beyond what a teaching artist could provide, please let us know. Parents are always invited to stay in the classroom. 757-596-8175

Latest Review for Philmont Scout Ranch BSA

My son wouldn't miss attending this camp!
This Boy Scout Ranch Camp was established in 1983. My 14 year old son would not miss signing up for this summer camp. Nestled in over 200 miles of rugged country it is the perfect place to camp and explore nature. Our son liked the diverse topography of the land. He could hike, investigate swampland, swim, fish and learn safety skills for hunting.... Read More...


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Boost- Teen Renewal Retreat 2015 - Sacramento, NM
6-12th Grade When? We will leave from Westside parking lot at 4:00pm and return around 2:30pm on Sunday. How much? $40 plus one meal on the road. Westside teens- bring a friend and your friend can come free. I don't have enough money! We will have a work day in the morning of Oct 16th for those that need helping affording to go. What will we do? stay in cabins, campfire, volleyball, massive group games, and hear from guest speaker Cliff Mcgraw about simply following Jesus. Who else will be there? Teens from youth groups in Las Cruces, Alamagorda, Albuquerque, El Paso and more!! Don't miss out!!

Family Picnic and Field Day Presented by On The Go Teen Travel Camp -
Meet us at the Bluebird Pavilion for a fun filled day of music, food and games in the park! Our Camp Staff will be on hand to guide you through a day of fun, as well as to answer any questions you may have about our programs. Food, games, etc. are completely free- all you need to pay for is parking upon entering the park! ($8) We will also be raffling off a free session of camp!! Please RSVP at www.OnTheGo.Camp/RSVP or by clicking the "Tickets Available" tab below the cover photo. Thanks See You There!

Every Kid's Dream - A Holiday Bicycle Campaign - Scottsdale, AZ
Please join Maricopa Health Foundation and Bicycle Haüs for Every Kid's Dream, A Holiday Bicycle Campaign! Help us build 50 bikes to benefit Arizona Children's Center at MIHS while enjoying holiday spirits and Honey Bear's BBQ. Find out more about Maricopa Health Foundation and The Arizona Children's Center here: http://maricopahealthfoundation.org/what-we-do/patient-support/program/arizona-childrens-center

Kid's Camp at The Backroom Gallery - Independence, MO
Sign up for Kid's Camp at The Backroom Gallery! We're happy to present "Building CONFIDENCE and CHARACTER through Creativity" classes every 2nd Saturday 11:30 - 2:30 beginning 4/9/16 ages 7-12. Kids who complete three classes will be featured in our August Third Friday Artwalk. $25.00/class, lunch included. Class limited to 8. All supplies provided. Pre-registration required! 816-886-0082

Teen Adventure Trip: Camping and Fishing Trip - Chandler, AZ
Explorer or thrill seeker, experience a summer of adventure that will invigorate your spirit. Designed for teens ages 13 and up, getaways are a great way to meet new people. Learn the art and science of fishing from a true expert. We will be escaping the Valley heat by traveling north to some of the best hidden fishing holes where fishing is at its best. Participants will be provided with transportation, fishing pole, and bait. Bring a large lunch, a lot of water, your valid AZ fishing license and appropriate clothing for the weather (close-toed shoes are required). *Pre-registration is required.

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Bricks 4 Kidz: Robot Mania and Star Wars Camp - Pole Green Park
[] Kids will love to see their creations in motion using LEGO® wireless remote controls. Each day, campers will use fascinating and challenging LEGO® components to create dynamic vehicles, inventions, machines and more. In addition, the day includes LEGO® Star Wars themed models, video games, group games, challenges and more. Well spark the imagination and creativity of each child as they take off on an adventure thats out of this world! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supplies needed for program: * water * lunch * snacks AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION PGP - Community Center (downstairs) at Pole Green Park INSTRUCTOR Bricks 4 Kidz - Tri-Cities

Full Day Wk3 - NonRes - Epping Forest Clubhouse
The full day option lasts from 9 am to 4 pm and is available for the Rockfish and Blue crabs age groups only (ages 6-12). Activities throughout the day are structured around three main themes including: OUTDOORS (e.g., nature hikes, sailing, water sports, swim skills, kayaking, survival skills), ARTS (e.g., crafts, indian art, tie dyes) and GAMES (e.g., tennis, basketball, dodgeball, beach challenges). The activities will be led by our energized college-age counselors or Program Directors. In the morning, we will offer options for your child, enabling them to do what they like most and empowering them to have the most fun with their day. From 12 to 1:30, we will have lunch and a series of activities that children can choose from to relax and take a breather during what is typically the hottest time of the day. Options include Legos, indoor board games, or free swim time. LUNCH IS PROVIDED every day and will include a fruit or vegetable with every meal. If your child has dietary restrictions, you will need to provide his/her lunch. From 1:30 to 4:00 we will have activities that are typically longer and more involved than morning sessions. 4432235991.0

Furniture: Design & Build [D] - Coyote Central
Enjoy furniture made just for you -- because you design and build it! It might be a chair, a table, a chest, a pets house or something never heard of or seen before. Youll build it out of wood and work with all of the power and hand tools needed to create a functional masterpiece of your own design, trimmed out and finished. Instructor: James Brandalise 2063237276.0

HS All Skills Camp #2 - Volleyball Courts @ Cassels Awards
Players will be placed in groups based on skill. Beginner through Advance level players are welcome. Skill work will include serving, setting, passing, attacking, and match play. 5408082460.0

WEDNESDAY Night - Codes and Ciphers - Audelia Road Branch Library
Since humans began communicating, there has always been an urge to keep certain information underground: intended for certain eyes only and unreadable to all others. In this course, youll study, crack (decipher) and create (encipher) messages in a variety of cipher systems and historical contexts. Although youll time-hop throughout history and make stops with Julius Caesar, Ben Franklin and Abe Lincoln, among many others, youll end with an exploration of how cryptography--the study of codes and ciphers--has kept up with, and even created, the modern digital age. Recommended Brain Age: 2nd – 6th grade 2148860142.0

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