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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Science Level 2 Review - Ensworth High School
This course reviews and assesses mastery of the high school core skills as applied to one fundamental topic from each of the Level 2 trimesters. From the physics trimester the topic is projectile motion, from the chemistry trimester the topic is stoichiometry, and from the biology trimester the topic is natural selection. Students who pass this course have sufficient mastery of the high school core skills in science to enroll in upper level science electives. 615-383-0661
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Wisconsin Lions Camp
 
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43.48 Miles
Address:
3834 County Road A, Rosholt, Wisconsin 54473
Serves children with visual, hearing and mild cognitive disabilities and children with diabetes. Family camp weekends and facility rental from Sept-May.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Camp Lakotah
 
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Distance
64.27 Miles
Address:
N1875 21st Ave, Wautoma, Wisconsin 54982
Lakotah offers an extensive traditional co-ed overnight and day program for youth and families enabling each individual camper to explore a wide variety of...
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Lake Lucerne Camp And Retreat
 
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65.05 Miles
Address:
W6460 County Road Yy, Neshkoro, Wisconsin 54960
A place apart for faith, fun & friendships! Building strong foundations in future leaders through wilderness trips, horse programs, nature study, aquatics & teambuilding...
Activities: Archery, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Hiking, Horseback Riding (English), Nature/Environmental...
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Marshfield, WI Summer Camps

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Downriver Actors Guild Teen Theatre Boot Camp - Wyandotte, MI
Teen Theatre Boot Camp Be in a one act musical where YOU have input to the character development, blocking, costume design and sets as you rehearse and create the production. Be trained by local directors in drama, dance, and voice. Everyone gets a part in the show. An exercise in creativity all around. This is a great environment to push yourself as an actor, try something new, and see how it works out. Together with your cast, create the set pieces, props, and costume pieces. Our Directors always see a difference in the abilities of performers who have participated in a Theater Immersion Camp. What is a Theater Immersion Camp? A show in a week! So much fun that Immersion Camps are one of our favorite programs! An unmatched exercise in teamwork and creativity as the cast works together under the supervision of professional drama, dance and voice coaches to create a one-act musical. The actors have an enormous amount of creative input to the production. Every actor comes to us with a different skill set. We strive to meet them where they are, push them enough that they are proud and feel accomplished, while making sure that they have fun and don't feel...

Camp Constitution's Annual Family Summer Camp - Rindge, NH
Dear Friends, Campers, Staff, and All, Camp season is coming! We’ve secured Toah Nipi in the beautiful woods of Rindge, New Hampshire, for Sunday, July 10 – Sunday, July 17, 2016. Back for her third year, Mrs. Kris Anne Hall, a vigorous young mother will again be teaching about heroic men and women from our countryʼs founding, and the documents of freedom leading up to it. There will be a whole line-up of speakers and teachers, with more to be announced. Other returning instructors or mentors include with Mr. Peik,Mr. Shurtleff, Mr. Hoderny, Mr. “V,” and me. Mr. Peik will again lead Campfires, the Round Robin for Student Input and Q & A, and weʼll even find time for a final exam to help you see your progress! Family Camp is growing! We will again conduct the Junior Patriot Camp Program, making for a truly great family vacation! We welcome families with younger children, or no children, plus grandparents, and others (See worksheet for family accommodations.) We always have a wonderful group of young people and it is so good to see them interacting well with the little ones, with each other, with the grown ups, and even with us ancient ones! There’s the big historical field trip to the John Adams homestead...

Teen Adventures Camp - Philadelphia, PA
Teen Adventures Dates: Tuesday, July 5-Friday, July 8 Ages: Children 13-17 years Time: 8am-4pm Cost: Prices vary for each activity Call 215-685-0470 or email [email protected] for more information

Spaghetti Dinner / Youth Camp Fundraiser - Drumright, OK
Help send our Kidz & The Crew to COGAF Youth camps this summer! Students are selling tickets now. They are $7 each and will provide you with HOMEMADE, slow cooked, true Italian spaghetti, salad, breadsticks, drink, and dessert!

Teen Camp - Athens, GA
Teen Camp in Macon Georgia for students age 12 or older. Camp begins on July 11th and ends July 15th. The week includes lessons and services geared for teens with the theme "Glow in the Dark," games, music and arts, swimming, and an incredible time with friends. We have scholarships available for a few teens in the Athens area. Please message us for more information.

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Week 3 PM - Fly Fishing - NESS
Come join NESS to learn about the fantastic sport of fly fishing. Saltwater fly fishing is used to target a variety of species available depending on the season. Striped bass and bluefish are local all summer, with the occasional transient like banded rudder fish and jack crevalle. Learn saltwater specific fly fishing techniques to fish your local waters. Gain experience in casting, tackle and fly selection, rigging, fish fighting and proper release techniques. This activity demands specific methods and large areas of space so enrollment is limited. Students should bring their own fishing rods and tackle ready for use. Some NESS rods are available and bait will be provided, please call to inquire. Includes: Fly fishing, boat rides & kayaking 860-535-9362

Summer Daze Theater Camp - Hickory Lodge
This two week, high-energy camp is for children who love drama and the arts and who are looking to build their creativity, confidence, self-esteem and leadership skills through the performing arts. The two-week camp concludes with ?An Evening of Entertainment" featuring a performance put on by the campers. Participants will learn about the many components of theater production, from costumes and makeup to set design and blocking. This camp meets at the Hickory Lodge, 1115 W. Sycamore. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Make sure your child (grade 1-6) is a part of this awesome summer. Guided by our American Red Cross Certified Staff, this summer promises to be one adventure after the other. Campers should bring a swimsuit and towel, sunscreen and bug spray, a water bottle and lunch everyday. Afternoon snack will be provided. Children should wear clothes that can get dirty and comfortable shoes that they can wear while running and hiking. Camp will run from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Before and after care is available for an additional fee. A weekly newsletter will give parents and campers an idea of what to expect each week. Join us for a summer of adventure, friendship and fun! There is no early...

Thursday Only Class (4/2016) - Huck Finn School
Join us at the Workshop to create and learn! Students will make age and skill level appropriate projects, and learn wood working and design and workshop etiquette. Please note: **Rolling start time allows for start time flexibility~ students will stay for 1.5 hours from drop off time, with 5:30 school closing time. 8439866136.0

Studio Art w/Exploring Pottery, Ages 10-12 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Exploring Pottery Elective Session III: July 25 to August 5 Studio Art Camp Farm to Easel: Animals of the Northeast Celebrate the wonder of summer by exploring the animals and plants that live, blossom, and grow all around us. This session will explore our regions animals and plant life. From the farms to the forest, and birdhouses to beaches, we will be inspired by the colors, shapes, and sound of the flora and fauna that are local to our area. Weather permitting, campers will explore nature on MAMs grounds and at Van Vleck House and Gardens. We will create works of two and three dimensional art in a variety of media inspired by our observations and imaginations! Screen Shot 2016-03-09 at 11.23.54 AM [] Exploring Pottery With a focus on hand built pottery and basic wheel throwing, this class uses a variety of clay and sculptural techniques to produce creative and unique objects, including several pieces to be fired in a kiln. Using a multicultural approach, students will use ceramic clay, and colorful glazes to create both functional and decorative objects, such as...

Wet Felting Basics with Linda Larsen - The Northville Art House
Explore the art of wet felting by making a warm and stylish neck warmer from wool roving. Each student will make design and embellishment decisions enabling them to make their own unique piece of wearable art. Wet felting requires some physical exertion, but the effort is worth it. Come join us in a fun, creative class and tone your arms at the same time! An additional $30 materials fee is payable to instructor. 2483440497.0

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