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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Junior Team Tennis Novice League - Wesley Park
Junior team tennis novice TENNIS league For Junior Development and Junior High and Junior Varsity players. Players will play or practice matches 2 days a week with other teams participating in Jr. Team Tennis 612-600-2460
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Cahinnio
 
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21.4 Miles
Address:
5705 Gordon Ln, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72903
Camp Cahinnio offers girls the chance to: build character, gain leadership skills, gain a sence of belonging, have fun as they grow strong. Non...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
Camp Invention - Arkansas
 
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Distance
38.11 Miles
Address:
, Springdale,
AR
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
Midsouth Covenant Camp
 
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Distance
48.08 Miles
Address:
302 S 20th St Ste A, Rogers, Arkansas 72758
A Christian camp providing opportunities for Spiritual growth, fun activities, developing friendships and leadership training.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback Riding (Western),...
New Life Ranch
 
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Distance
48.2 Miles
Address:
160 New Life Ranch Dr, Colcord, Oklahoma 74338
Focus is on Christian growth in relationships. 53 years of outstanding camps for kids & families in the beautiful Ozarks.
Activities: Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback...
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Mountainburg, AR Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Film Premiere Stages for Youth Summer Film Camp - Cincinnati, OH
***PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE*** Join Stages For Youth in celebrating the accomplishments of 30 young filmmakers who attended the 2016 Stages For Youth summer film bootcamp. Participants, ages 12 to 19, from SCPA, Springer, Clark, Walnut, Bethany House, Seven Hills, Mercy, Purcell, Waldorf, Aiken, Withrow, as well as home educated, YWCA Rosie’s Girls and The Squash Academy came to Stages For Youth and were challenged...to make a short film…in only 2 weeks! Along the way they learned the film craft, they created, collaborated, debated, negotiated, and problem solved…and all came away with mission accomplished, a testament to their creativity, resolve, teamwork, and spirit. Movies will start around 8:30 PM in beautiful Union Hall. Total run time is about one hour and will be followed by awards. We have a hundred chairs and then some, so please bring your friends. This is a free, public, family event and all are welcome!

Performance preps first annual youth camp - Federal Way, WA
Speed ,agility training and individual skill position drills this camp is free for the kids so bring them out for some Learning and fun activities first 25 kids shirts are free $10 per shirt but not required just dress with black shirts

Movement & Art Camp - Friendswood, TX
Kid Creations & Bay Area Pilates are teaming up for another 3-hour Movement & Art Camp. Kids will have FUN learning the benefits of pilates in a choreographed-for-kids pilates class for one hour and then will be escorted down the sidewalk to Kid Creations for two hours of arts and crafts. Snacks will be provided. Workshops can be attended separately. The cost is $45 for both. To come to Kid Creations alone from 1:00-3:00pm, the cost is $30. You MUST pre-register because space is limited. Call soon! These events always fill up quickly!

Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain youth camp, plus the adult W
Youth Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain camp description & registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/wilderness-survivors-side-of-the-mountain/ Adult Wilderness Survival Training & Trek description and registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/expeditions/summer/wilderness-survival-training-and-trek/ Wilderness Survival has become synonymous with the over-dramatized survival programs on television. While some of these programs do provide valuable advice, most of them are filled with poor choices that, if followed, will get you injured or killed in a real emergency. Without proper training, separating the fact from fiction can be a difficult task. Our primary focus this week is to teach participants the practical skills that will save them in a true emergency. While a number of Traditional Skills will be introduced, our goal this week is to provide participants with a pragmatic skill set. For instance, spending five hours building a lean-to when it gets dark in 20 minutes is not a practical choice. Trying to build a bow-drill fire kit from scratch without a knife and without properly seasoned wood in the damp environment of the Pacific Northwest is rarely practical. Although those types of skills will be demonstrated, we will challenge you to perfect the basics first – like carrying a small fire steel and a couple of cotton balls...

TRN at Crabtree's Youth Football Camp - Dallas, TX
The DFW Raiders 4 Life will have a booth setup at this Football camp with our banners posted up thruout the Venue. We will be in need of volunteers for the event. Please let me know if you are interested asap. DETAILS Michael Crabtree's 4th Annual Youth Mini Camp Powered by: The Dallas Park and Recreation Department WHO: Michael Crabtree, NFL wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders, is hosting his fourth annual Michael Crabtree Annual Youth Mini Camp. Crabtree will be joined by more than 20 other NFL players. WHAT: The mini-camp is designed to help participants develop and improve their football skills, sportsmanship and teamwork, while building confidence both on-and-off the field. Campers of all levels will be coached by the pros, college stars and football coaches from the area. Instruction will focus on the team concept of football and fundamental skills. Registration for camp is FREE and is limited to the first 300 registrants. Each camper will receive a Jordan Brand T-Shirt, Jordan Brand Bag, free lunch. Campers will also provided lunch. WHERE: Cotton Bowl Stadium 3924 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd Fair Park, Dallas, TX 75210 WHEN: Saturday, June 11 Registration // 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Session 1 Ages 7-12 // 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

RFK Summer Camp Series 3 - Week I - RFK Stadium
D.C. Uniteds RFK Summer Camp Series is specifically designed for players aged 5-16. Campers will be exposed to a different set of technical and tactical focuses each day of camp. Coaches will work with players to develop their technical ability as well as discover a better understanding of the game in a fun and energetic environment. All participants will receive an official D.C. United camp ball, an official camp t-shirt, a ticket voucher to a D.C. United regular season home match and discount offers on United ticket packages. Throughout the week, participants will also have the unique opportunity to watch the First Team train, participate in a stadium and locker room tour, MLS Championship trophy photo-op and private access to RFKs Team Store. 202-587-5498

Elite Level Training Series - Swope Soccer Village
Looking to get the edge on competition before your clubs tryouts? This camp is for serious soccer players who have a desire to improve their skills through supplemental training and advance to the next level of their Pathway to the Pros! Players have the opportunity to train in a professional environment and be coached by the best in the region: Swope Park Rangers players, SKC Academy staff & former SKC Academy players. Learn from instructors who are currently and who have already experienced the Pathway to the Pros! Goalkeeper training will be offered in 3 of the 6 sessions. 913-387-3883

Mini Week 4: a Bugs Life (4 day camp Tue. - Fri.) - Edwards Building Room 102
Crickets, and beetles, and ants, oh my! Take a deep look into the small world of the bugs in your life. 239-939-2787

Coerver Coaching Soccer Skills Camp - Olympic Park
Players are taught aspects of the game in a fast-paced, exciting and challenging environment using the Coerver Method, the worldӳ leading soccer teaching method: Ball Mastery: Exercises where each player must work alone with a ball, High repetitions using both feet. Receiving and Passing: Exercises to improve a players first touch, encourage and teach accurate creative passing. Moves (1v1): Exercises and games that teach game winning individual moves that can create space in packed defenses. Speed: Exercises and games that improve acceleration, running with and without the ball and changes of pace. Finishing: Exercises and games that teach technique and encourage instinctive play.Group Attack: Exercises and games that improve small-group combination play with an emphasis on fast break attacks. AGE CATEGORY Youth (6yr+) LOCATION OP Soccer Field #02 at Olympic Park

Afternoon Explorations VI - Greensboro Day School
NEED YOUR CAMPER(s) TO STAY AFTER 2PM? CHECK OUT OUR AFTERNOON OPTION! AFTERNOON EXPLORATIONS @ BCC! $105 Rising PK-5 ONLY June 14-July 29 2:00pm-6:00pm RUNS EACH WEEK OF CAMP. CAMPS CLOSED July 4-8 In addition to the fun and exciting time your campers(s) will have during the morning camps at Greensboro Day School, they can also take part in the Afternoon Explorations Program! This program is offered for children in pre-kindergarten through 5th grade and operates from 2:00pm-5:30pm, Monday through Friday. The Afternoon Explorations Camp is much more than a place to send your child in the afternoon; this camp involves structured weeks that incorporate hands-on activities and weekly outside activities related to that weeks theme. The Afternoon Explorations Camp will be offered the weeks Summer Programs is in session. Please sign your camper(s) up as soon as possible because camp enrollment is based on a first-come, first-served basis. Please remember to pack an extra snack and drink for afternoons and BCC only week! Thanks for your cooperation! Parker Harris is our Summer Afternoon Explorations Director. Parker is the Director of the Bengal Cub Club after-school program at GDS. Charges will be assessed on a weekly basis only. 336-288-8590 x261

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