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Summer Camps in Merrill, IA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: KidzArt Monmouth - KidzArt Monmouth
We offer Fine Art Enrichment for students of all ages at Schools and Community Centers throughout Monmouth County, New Jersey. Our program has an outstanding curriculum base that meets the National Standards for Art Education. We can fulfill parent paid or grant funded requirements for after-school and summer programming at a district wide or single school level. 732-872-2357

Latest Review for Camp Takajo for Boys

Takajo teaches character and self sufficiency
I will never forget the first visiting day, seeing how much my son had grown in the few weeks away from home. He took total ownership of the camp in showing us around, introducing us to his friends, his counselors, and his daily routines. Seeing him waterski, climb the wall, shoot a bullseye... all just the gravy when compared to the pride in letting me know that he was self sufficient and independent!... Read More...


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Ranger Kid Day Camp - Christmas, FL
Greetings Leaders, at our last Sectional Leaders meeting we decided to make up the Hurricane Matthew postponed RK Day Camp. We originally decided on January 21, 2017 but that date proved problematic so a consensus with a majority of Outpost Coordinators we have moved the date to February 18, 2017. The date was confirmed with Jungle Adventures today and the price of $12 per boy and adult will hold. The Boy price includes admission, event patch and craft, the adult price is for admission only. If an adult wants the patch it is $2.00 more. Everybody attending needs to have a sack lunch and drink which will be stored in coolers until the lunch break. The times are from 9:30am (registration), with entry to the park at 10am, we plan to conclude by 2pm. Questions should be directed to your Outpost Coordinator or if necessary you can contact Steve Bridges.

Kid's Day Camp (Mom's Day Out!) - Searcy, AR
You may drop children off for a 1/2 day or full day camp experience. Morning camp will consist of an acrylic 16 X 20 painting winter scene along with a hands-on activity. For the afternoon session, children will start with another hands-on craft with a smaller canvas painting. Children may be dropped off at 9:00 a.m. and picked up by 11:45 a.m. or drop off at 12:30 p.m. and picked up at 3:00 p.m. If you opt for full day (9:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.), your child(ren) will get to participate in both morning and afternoon activities. The cost for the day camp for 1/2 day is $35 for the full day will be $65. If staying the entire day, we will provide sausage, pepperoni, or cheese pizza with a drink, or you may bring your own sack lunch.

Kid's Horse Day Camp (FREE) - Pocahontas, AR
Free fun filled day of learning all about horses. Horses and lunch will be provided. Waiver must be signed by parent or guardian before participating.

SoCal PK Retreat 2016 - Idyllwild, CA
SoCal PK Retreat / March 4-5, 2016 This is a retreat specifically put together for the children of UPC Pastors and Ministers in the Southern California District. We will stay in Idyllwild with great activities, food, and most importantly, ministry sessions where we will hear from God. Everything will be designed with the PK in mind. Speaker: Andrew Cox, Louisiana District Youth President Ages are 12-21. Price is only $95 (includes 1 night of lodging and all meals)

CAP kid CAMP CALIFORNIA - Cambria, CA
Our second CAP camp in California will be (at least ;) just as amazing as last year with many fun activities and wonderful speakers/volunteers like Anthony Carrigan, Georgia v Cuylenburg, Kevin Bull amongst others. This will be a magical and life changing weekend! Don't miss out and sign up today!

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Manners + Etiquette Boot Camp (5-10): 9:00-3:45 - The Hockaday School
In this highly entertaining boot camp, you will learn the behaviors and codes that signal you are minding your manners and practicing the golden rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Etiquette rituals are traditionally considered manuals for success and are designed to increase human sociability in a culture or group. In todays world of information overload and cultural diversity, how do parents and kids break down the various codes that impart a healthy level of self-restraint and compromise that expresses honor for oneself and others? By minding your manners, your friends will be impressed with your maturity, kindess, and dignity. 214-360-6586

3D Printing - United Faith Christian Academy
One of the hottest new trends, 3D printing is perfect for prototyping, CAD development skills, and is just plain fun! 3D printers work by following a computers digital instructions to print an object using materials such as plastic, ceramics and metal. The printing process involves building up an object one layer at a time until its complete. This is an interactive camp designed to teach campers how to optimize designs and create a three-dimensional object of almost any shape from a 3D model. Campers will learn about CAD (computer assisted design), modeling and prototyping, the history of 3D printing, and how businesses and entrepreneurs are using 3D printers for everyday applications. They will also print their own 3D design to take home! Price includes a $45 lab fee. 7047743016.0

Summer Session - Athletic Development 2016 #3 - Killington Mountain School
Hello, We are very excited to announce the launch of the all-new KSC and KMS Summer Sessions. The Summer Sessions will be focused on athletic development, coaching our young athletes in multi-sport environments that will help develop athletic literacy and capacity in a fun-filled setting. Our Summer Sessions will be directed by Gar Trayner, Olympian, former World Cup coach and current Director of Athlete Development at Killington Mountain School. We have collaboration with iSport and Vermont Orthopaedic to supplement our sports-specific content and act as medical advisors and supporters. In addition to this we will have world class national team and collegiate athletes and coaches delivering our sessions to provide a cutting edge experience for young athletes. We are introducing a brand-new calendar of exciting sessions this summer with Athletic Conditioning Camps, Summer Action Sport Camps and Cyclocross, Road Biking and Mountain Bike Camps available. Athletic Conditioning Camps Athletic Conditioning Camps are for active kids, ages 10-18, from any sporting background. Our camps will use a multi-sport approach utilizing pioneering techniques and workouts that are both fun and effective. Athletes will be supported in learning about movement literacy, athletic capacity, understanding of athletic lifestyle and overall healthy living, as well... 802 422 5671 x257

Period 4 - Woodworking - NBJH Room 116
Incoming 7th and 8th Graders will learn the basic usage and safety of some hand tools, power tools and machinery (routers, drill press, scroll saw, spindle sander, disc sander, palm sander, cordless drill, lathe). All activities will be demonstrated and supervised by Mr. Caris, the current Woodworking teacher at NBJH. Students will choose a project from a list based on their experience. The list will be sent home in the FIRST week of the course. Examples include a cutting board, wood bowl, routed sign, garden tray, gumball machine, and bag toss game. Other projects will be available if time permits. 8475043400 x2520

SC2016: Hermit Crab Crawl-Down Week - Sanibel Flagship Campus
Hey, I like my house.. but I like yours more. Think Ill take it! Yep, thats a hermit crab for you - always taking your stuff! Lets capture a few of them and see what shells they prefer and why. Does a hermit prefer a sturdy fortress of a shell or a light easy-to-run with shell? Well track them by their trails and see where they go. Then of course, we have to build our own houses - light or sturdy- and protect them from other marauding hermits. And by the way, whats the difference between an ocean hermit crab and a land hermit crab? And have you ever seen pictures of crazy-big land crabs that use coconuts for shells?!! You will. (239) 472-8585

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