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Summer Camps in Mountain Village, AK

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Coed Soccer - WEDNESDAYS ONLY - Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy
Where: NDP baseball field About: This coed soccer session will run for three consecutive Wednesdays for 1st-4th graders: 6/15, 6/22 and 6/29 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. Athletes will go through a skills session focusing on ball control, passing and shooting, followed by a scrimmage. What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, soccer shoes, soccer socks, shin guards, any other necessary soccer equipment, towel and water bottle. Please note our new cancellation policy. A 50% fee of the cost of the camp shall be applied to an individual who cancels. 248-373-5300

Latest Review for Lake Cumberland 4-H Camp

My son and daughter learned leadership skills at this camp
I have a daughter who is 9 and a son who is 11. They both enjoy this 4-H camp because of the friendships they have formed along with the skills they have learned. They both like to learn about science, technology, leadership, animals and plant life. All these and more are taught at this camp.... Read More...


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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

J-Bagel Presents: Sexual Awakenings at Summer Camp - Philadelphia, PA
Remember that hot counselor from Camp Ramah? That CIT who led Ultimate Frisbee practice? Join J-Bagel for an event discussing early experiences at summer camp (and beyond!) that helped form our sexual identities - some good, and some bad. Snacks will be served and this discussion will be followed by a screening of the second season premiere of Transparent!

SUMMERBASH2K15 - Rancho Cordova, CA
DJ’S Want to perform at SUMMERBASH2K15? Submit a mix on the event page(mixes will be judged by skill,popularity,and promotion skills for this event) Mix must be new and named "SUMMERBASH2K15 Mix" *DJs must send mass invites* Win a chance to share stage with local legends,bay area legends,and more. !!!!!!!!! Lineup: Rekoil (Warpath) Aweminus (Sub.Mission/Octane Audio) OmegaMode (Sub.Mission/Firepower) Atom One (National Entity) Gamma (Stilldream) Dj FlyBry (Euphoric Electronic Ent.) DJ Moral-Less (5150 Krew) Snafu x Zooka Mister Goomba Griefer (Always on Point) Russ Mack (Always on Point) Walli (5150 Krew) AzKore (5150 Krew/Collective Records) more tba.... SUMMERBASH2K15 is brought to you by: 5150 Krew and Euphoric Electronic Ent. Lights,sound,and lasers provided by: National Entity

Youth Councils 2016! - Camp Lake, WI
What is Youth Councils? Youth Councils is a three day retreat specifically for Jr. High, High School and college age youth to be challenged and strengthened in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Who can attend Youth Councils? We have two tracks to set up so that we can tailor everything to the specific needs of your youth. To attend the Jr. High Track, youth must be in 6th, 7th or 8th grade by April 8, 2016. In order to be in the High School Track, youth need to be in 9th grade-age 25 by that same date. When is Youth Councils 2016? Youth Councils 2016 is being held from April 8-10, at Wonderland Camp & Conference Center. How much does Youth Councils cost? Only $25. Only $25?! Yes, you read that right. $25 is all you need for your meals, snacks, lodging, main sessions, concerts, banquets, jokes, good times, pillow fights, and more. It's a steal when you think about it. What is the theme for Youth Councils 2016? The theme for the weekend is Illumination. Illumination is the idea that when you light something up, you can see it better. A lot of times we get confused about who Jesus really...

Kuna Youth Running Camp 2016 - Kuna, ID
This camp was a blast last year and this year will be even better! I will be using it as my senior project this year. It is June 27-29th from 6-9pm at Kuna High School track. "I love that 100% of the camp fee will go to the Kuna Cross Country Team!" -Nancy Simper "I loved it! we had so much fun! It was sad when it was done! Can you please sign me up for it again?" -Ella Richards (camper) "My children absolutely loved the running camp. They learned great skills and got a good workout, but they definitely had fun doing it!" -Emily Richards Campers can expect a whole lot of fun at this camp as they participate in exciting running games, obstacle courses, relays and endurance building activities. These activities are all meant to challenge and instill confidence in our young athletes. Campers of all abilities are encouraged to join. No experience is necessary. AGES 6-13 ACTIVITIES INCLUDED: Fun Run Water Games Obstacle Course Relays Strengthening Track Etiquette Games COST: $50 for the first child and 20% off each additional child (checks payable to KHS) All proceeds go to the KHS Cross Country team WHAT TO BRING: Wear active clothing Running shoes Water bottle Good attitudes! CAMP GIFTS: Water, Snacks,...

Teen Program Fall Camp - St. Marys, GA
Out of school for the week and bored? Hang out with the Teen Program! November 21: Jacksonville Zoo (bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 4 pm) November 22: Habitat for Humanity, lunch and a movie November 23: Rebounderz (bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 4 pm) Register at the Youth Center (912-573-2380). $20/day or $50 for all 3 days.

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Shakespeare Intensive - The Arts Center
Four of Shakespeares plays will be studied over the course of 8 weeks; Midsummer Nights Dream, Julius Caesar, Richard the Third, Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest. Each week scenes will be analyzed rehearsed and the next week performed. Outside rehearsal will be a necessity for this class. The more time you put in the greater the reward! This class meets at the theatre. 508-432-2002 x17

Fundamentals Basketball Camp - Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch
Coach Coleman Crawford will enhance your childs basketball skills in a progressive, yet fun way. Passing, dribbling, shooting and general knowledge of the game are emphasized. 2143831030.0

Attitude: A Prairie Kids Boot Camp - The Prairie School
Do you like to be active? Do you want to be more active? Are you looking for an alternative to an organized sport, but still want to be part of a team? Are you interested in keeping in shape for a fall sport? Most of all, do you want to have fun? Then this high-energy boot camp is for you! If, that is, you have the right attitude. -- This boot camp is designed specifically for developing young bodies and minds, with a fun (and safe) mixture of body weight exercises, running and cardio, partner and group exercises, games and obstacle courses. All movements will help build coordination, balance, and motivation. Stretching before and after exercise is emphasized, and mindfulness and yoga techniques will be integrated each day. (And did we mention the music?) -- All participants need is a good pair of tennis shoes, comfortable workout clothes, a water bottle, and a positive attitude! No other equipment necessary. By the end of the camp, participants will walk away with lots of ideas for maintaining a healthy body and mind in the future! -- Location: Flagpole at Primary School entrance -- Instructors: Ana Moreno and Dominic Inouye, founders of Countdown... (262)752-2680

Natural Wonders - The Evergreen School
Through exploration in magical kingdoms and enchanted forests, our children will be enjoying each others company nature acting as princesses, princes, leprechauns, and fairies. Well be getting dirty this week! Well be dancing, creating costumes, enjoying tea parties, all while caring for the flora and fauna around us because well be in nature. This is a class of storybook creative drama out in nature. Your child is more than welcome to bring in any pre-made costumes he/she already has for participation, we will also be supplying costumes. Well be getting dirty this week! 206-957-1533

Rookies - Session I - Camp Jack Hazard
Rookie Camp is a four-day, three-night mini-session designed for first time campers as an introduction to the camp and preparation for a full length Camp Jack Hazard session. Campers will try all of the activities available to Resident Campers, including: games, campfires, camp programs and an on-site overnight where theyll have the opportunity to sleep under the stars without leaving CJH grounds. A low camper to staff ratio ensures that each camper receives the personal attention they deserve to create a fun and memorable first camp experience. (209) 965-7254

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