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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Music Production Studios (39244A) - Cary Academy
Its this side of music that makes things happen. The sound effects on Pink Floyds Dark Side of the Moon are an example of what a great producer can add to a bands recording. If youre interested in a career in music production, we will put amazing recording capabilities at your fingertips as you learn the latest digital recording techniques needed to record your own music and become a creative producer for the bands you record. 919-677-7839
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Camp Robbinswold
 
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37.89 Miles
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PO Box 770, Dupont, Washington 98327
Girl Scout camp, on Hood Canal serving all girls. Boating, ocean beach, nature activities,l eadership development, wilderness travel and more. & more
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Lyle Mc Leod
 
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37.89 Miles
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PO Box 770, Dupont, Washington 98327
Will rent to non-profit groups only. Available year-round. Can rent all or parts of camp. Very well-kept facilities. Rustic setting, modern kitchen, pvt lake....
Activities: Youth Programs
River Ranch Resident & Day Camp
 
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37.89 Miles
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PO Box 770, Dupont, Washington 98327
Girl Scout camp serving all girls. Horseback riding, swimming, arts & crafts, nature activities & leadership development
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling,...
St Albans
 
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37.89 Miles
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PO Box 770, Dupont, Washington 98327
Freshwater lake, Viking boats, waterfront, horses, trip programs, care for earthskills, camper planning, FUN.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor...
The Salvation Army Camp Arnold
 
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38.91 Miles
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33712 Webster Rd E, Eatonville, Washington 98328
Founded in 1965, Camp Arnold is located on 660 pristine acres of lush forest, secluded meadows and picturesque wetland beaver habitat all with spectacular...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Sound View Camp
 
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43.76 Miles
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8515 Kphs, Longbranch, Washington 98351
105 acres located on beautiful Puget Sound. Faith based programs with one of the NW's largest challenge courses. A wonderful place to relax....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback...
YMCA (Puyallup) Day Camp
 
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49.74 Miles
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1614 S Mildred St Ste 5, Tacoma, Washington 98465
Exciting theme-based activities in 4 locations. Special programming, age 10-12. Separate teen camp has an overnight trips.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Community Service, Field Trips, Hiking, Music,...
YMCA Camp Seymour
 
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49.74 Miles
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1614 S Mildred St Ste 5, Tacoma, Washington 98465
Progressive, values-oriented, camper-centered programs combining adventure, friendship, and growth. The days we create are as unique as each of our campers.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
YMCA Lakewood Day Camp
 
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49.74 Miles
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1614 S Mildred St Ste 5, Tacoma, Washington 98465
Day camps for ages 3-4, 5-8, 9-12 & 12-15. Lots of fun activities and field trips at several locations.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Community Service, Field Trips, Hiking, Music, Nature/Environmental...
YMCA Tacoma Day Camp
 
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49.74 Miles
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1614 S Mildred St Ste 5, Tacoma, Washington 98465
Traditional day camp emphasizes fun, noncompetitive activities. Child-focused staff. Camper to staff ratio is 6:1.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Counselor Training (CIT), Dance,...
Sunset Lake Camp
 
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54.64 Miles
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PO Box 90, Wilkeson, Washington 98396
Noncompetitive program focuses on group cooperation & encouragement, affirming Christian values & healthful lifestyle.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Ceramics/Pottery, Drama, Fishing,...
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Young Adult Leadership Retreat - Marble Falls, TX
Many of us have gone to church camp when we were in the youth group, but once we moved on to adulthood, most of us found that there are few places for people of our age to go to where we can get quality time with God away from our busy lives. The Young Adult retreat was designed to deal with that dilemma. This is an incredible, inexpensive opportunity for young professionals to get away for a weekend filled with God's word, fellowship, worship and fun. We try to keep things on a more personal level and only advertise by word of mouth. We hope you make plans to take time out for this spiritual weekend with fellow Christians and with the Lord.

Art Summer Camp with Mrs. Reeder! - Geneva, FL
Mrs. Angela Reeder, our Geneva Elementary Art Teacher, is offering engaging Summer Art Lessons that foster creativity and hands-on learning in a fun and relaxed environment! Space is limited! !! Don't miss it!!! 9AM-12PM Mon-Thu Ages 6-12 $120 Per week --Includes supplies and snacks $20 discount for each additional sibbling Different Theme Each Week: June 13-16: "See you at the Beach!" June 20-23: "Whiskers & Paws!" June 27-30: "Stars & Stripes!" July 18-21: "Out of this World!" Call 407-739-2638 or E-mail: [email protected]

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Buckeye Camp 4 a Kid - Columbus, OH
Join Us on The Oval April 22nd 10am-6pm Join the Buckeye community in giving university area youth the summer every child deserves. Student organizations will be "camping" toward their fundraising goal to raise awareness for Godman Guild's summer camp. Guests can enjoy *****Grilled hamburgers and hot dog *****Crafts *****S’mores *****FUN Participating Student Organizations - Sigma Gamma Rho Delta Phi Chapter The PRactice 100% of donations from Buckeye Camp 4 a Kid will benefit Godman Guild’s Summer Youth Empowerment Program, giving children in our community a safe, fun and academically engaged summer. We still need volunteers and student organizations to participate! Click the ticket URL for more information on how to get involved.

Teen Camp - Lizella, GA


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Abstract to the Max - FULL DAY - Indianapolis Art Center
Let colors and shapes drive the art-making process while exploring a variety of media! Campers will get inspiration from Picasso and Jackson Pollock as they paint and draw their own creative masterpieces. All materials are provided for youth & teen classes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To receive member pricing, please purchase a membership by visiting [] activecommunities.com/indianapolisartcenter/Membership [] An information packet including a welcome letter and class syllabus will be emailed to parents one week prior to the first day of camp. Multiple Camp/Teen Intensive Discount: Sign-up in person or by phone for two camps and get 10% off the lower-priced camp! (Does not apply to Creative Aftercare.) Members of the Indianapolis Art Center will still receive a 15% discount on all camps. Prorating/Partial Registrations: If a child is not available for the entire week of camp, we highly recommend that the parent choose a different week. Our programs are designed to be a full week-long learning experience and projects are not designed to be completed on a day by day basis. We do not prorate camps. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Painting West at Indianapolis Art Center INSTRUCTOR TBD TBD

SF - The Innovation Hangar
The exact San Francisco location is still being determined. It will be announced very soon! In Go Girls! Camp, rising 1st-4th grade girls make and perform their very own plays that we believe will change the world. 2016 #BeAmazing! Girls journey across Earth, Water, Sky, and Space to make a difference and learn just how much we matter. Session 3: #RISEUP Bessie Coleman and Amelia Earhart lit the way for all Go Girls! to take to the sky. Girls are #limitless as they #soar on stage and travel up mountains to discover new heights. This session, girls sing their hearts out and bring home a little bit of sky as their very own. 510-550-5340

Skyhawks Multi-Sport, Ages 7-12, Licensed - Bliss Park
Our multi-sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting while teaching them vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. For this program we combine Ultimate Frisbee, Capture the Flag and Kickball into one fun-filled week. Please wear sneakers and bring a peanut free snack, water bottle and sunblock daily. LOCATION Bliss Field Only at Bliss Park INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Program Jay Fenalson Chris Corkum James Cass Jon ONeill Joe Piccurrio

MOTHERS DAY SURPRISE (AGES 5-7) - Walker-MacKenzie Studio - Gertrude Herbert
Instructor: Erica Pastecki Shhhhh! Its a surprise! Little artists will use their imaginations to design and make works of art for their Moms or any special ladys big day. Collage, found objects, and other techniques will be discussed. 706-722-5495

Wagner College - Wagner College
Please join us for the Wagner College Mens Lacrosse January Prospect Clinic! The clinic is a great opportunity for prospective student-athletes to improve as players and to learn what its like to be a college athlete. Youll also get the chance to meet head coach Matt Poskay, his assistants, and the Seahawk Lacrosse players who will also be working with you during the event. During the morning session, participants will work closely with Wagner coaches and players in order to further develop skills that will help them with both their high school and club lacrosse programs. During lunch, there will be an information session where participants will learn what its like to balance academics and athletics at the Division I level. Finally, during the afternoon field session, participants will have the opportunity to play and compete against other future college lacrosse players. Participants must bring all necessary equipment, including a mouth guard. Please bring a bag lunch as well. Water will be provided. (There will also be a voluntary campus tour begining after the clinic has been concluded.) 6312415142.0

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