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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Radical Robots Camp - Northwest Art Center
Age Range: 7 and up Campers will spend a project based learning week exploring all things Robotics. Construct your own Robot dog or sculpture from recycled parts and junk and then add robotic technology to make it move. Build a small bristle bot robot who paints. Learn how to run a robot who paints and a robot who draws. Instructors: Nadja Wilson, Jan Vandenbos 425-788-5900
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International Music Camp Inc
 
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111 11th Ave SW, Minot, North Dakota 58701
Seven one=week sessions provide over 35 different Fine Arts courses under the expertise of 150 of North Americas finest arts educators. www.internationalmusiccamp.com
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Computer, Dance, Drama, Drawing/Painting, International Culture, Music,...
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Minot, ND Summer Camps

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Healthy in Pasco Fun run /walk to benefit Girl Scout Summer Camp - Por
Run will start at 9 am and go through timber oaks subdivision Cost is $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for kids 12 and under. Go to healthyinpasco.com to register for the event. All Proceeds will benefit the girl scout of angel echo summer camp scholarship.

Teen Conditioning Camp - Allison Park, PA
Teen Conditioning Camp will get kids (12-16) conditioned and ready to perform at a high level of physical ability for sports, recreation and fun!! Program is developed by Paul J. Stugart,M.S.,NASM-CPT, CF-L1, Master Trainer, Coach and Cheif Inspiration Officer. Your son or daughter will be challenged to improve fitness & function using ropes, bands, body weight, some weights, rowing, running and more. Each class will different and will structured to develop all aspects of conditioning. We will have team challenges, events, climb ropes, traverse on monkey bars and just overall have fun while conditioning the body. Camp Length: 4 OR 12 Week with OPEN Enrollments MEETS every Monday & Wednesday 3:30pm to 4:30pm $120 for 4 Week Camp $300 for 12 Week Camp (20% Savings!) SAVE 10% when you register more than 1 Child in the same Camp USE PROMO CODE: 2TEEN at Checkout.

Southern Union Pathfinder Camporee - High Springs, FL
The Southern Union Pathfinder Camporee is a gathering of youth in grades 5-12 which takes place every 4 years. Our theme for the 2016 Camporee is Jesus for Me! This event is open to official clubs and their members in good standing with their local conference.

Teen Camp Chinatown Planting Service Project - Chicago, IL
Our service project will be this Saturday. We'll meet up at church first at 8:30 AM and go from there. The project will last until 12:00 PM. All are welcomed to participate, but remember, you must be there if you anticipate that you'll be requesting a need-based scholarship for Teen Camp 2015. Also, this should count for service learning hours, if that's your thing. Thanks.

SCY: Teen Camp A - Wasco, CA
SCY Teen Camp A is approaching the horizon. Make sure to get your early bird registration before it is to late! The cost is $135 before June 26th after that it will be $165. If you would like a registration form, visit www.socalyouth.com/summercamp. Make sure to turn into a leader or Guest Kiosk

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Natures Navigators - E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center
This summer camp adventure starts with creative nature inspired art lessons in the morning and Biophilia adventures in the afternoon. Finally end your day with museum discovery time! Campers will become eco-explorers on a scavenger hunt, learn to use a compass, and hunt for clues throughout the Biophilia Center! Wear/Bring Closed Toed Shoes for the Adventure! Pack a peanut-free snack and lunch! Dont forget to apply sunscreen and bug spray! 850-835-1824

Summer Camp - Half Day Morning - Week 7 - Mockingbird Baby
Morning: Robotic Golf Open Things on the golf course just arent the same since Lego Robotics have taken over! The holes having moving machines/obstacles and the par just keeps raising. Students will use their imagination and creativity to design and modify unique golf holes on most days. When students are not golfing, they are fighting for the most golf balls with Crabs in the sand trap and having a Golf Cart show down (maneuverability race and battle). Not only do you create your own golf course anew with different obstacles, but teams build and modify a Lego club too. On the last day, the 18th Hole, build a Hole-in-One Catapult! Go for a Hole-in-One! Go for the Robotic Golf Open! Note: Even though between some weekly sessions there might appear the same program names, in our actual education program, we will have different depth of technology and engineering principles to be applied by our children under our inspirational guidance... Your kids will never feel bored and never repeat the same experiment or exploration... 7135985250.0

Eco Sampler Week August - EcoAdventures
Eco Sampler Camps A great way to try one day camp or week long camps of our AMAZING BEST OF THEMES! August 15th - 19th 9am-4pm Monday – Great Outdoors Tuesday – Yick, Yack, Yuck Wednesday – Marine Biology Sea Camp Thursday – Mummy Madness Friday Field trip: Sandy Point State Park – We will head to the shores of the Chesapeake for some seining, Beach exploring, hiking and games. We offer a picnic lunch for $5/campers which includes hot dog, chips, soda and watermelon. Weekly rate includes Sandy Point Field Trip and bus (410) 279-5416

NFP T1 Session 3 - North Forest Pines Elementary
NO CLASS ON JANUARY 18. If You Can Dream, You Can Draw! Budding young artists in grades K-5 can find their true artistic potential at our KidzArt after school classes. Relax, explore various mediums, and enhance your technique in our non-competitive environment. Dont consider yourself an artist? Give us a try - youll be amazed at what you can actually do! 919-264-8234

17.Reading James Joyces A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - Albertus Magnus Aquinas Hall
We will participate in a close reading of James Joyces novel, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Our discussions will explore the style, structure and significances of Joyces watershed novel and consider its function as a prologue to Ulysses and very tentatively, Finnegans Wake. Two Sessions: April 27; June 1 203-214-3425

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