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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Topeka Camp - Bettis Family Sports Complex
Topeka Camp is a half day camp for Boys & Girls in grades K-7 who want to learn the techniques of the game and also be introduced to the tactical components of the game. The training environment is fun-filled and challenging. Group will be split by grades. 785-864-7897
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Camp Michigamme
 
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10.92 Miles
Address:
111 E Ridge St, Marquette, Michigan 49855
Camping the way it should be, cabins, woods, fun, fellowship, hiking, bonfires, songs, and swimming, all for the Glory of God.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Hiking, Kayaking, Music, Team...
Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp
 
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47.56 Miles
Address:
138 Fortune Lake Camp Rd, Crystal Falls, Michigan 49920
A place of grace to experience and grow in faith in the beautiful Northwoods, Christian community for life long learning. Nourish body, mind, soul....
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
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Negaunee, MI Summer Camps

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Summer Camp: On The Road at the Lafayette Theater in Lafayette, IN - L
LINEUP: SpaceWords || Fergus Daly Band || The Heavy Company || Bad Dagger || Make It Last EVENT INFO: 8:00pm Doors Open 9:00pm Music Starts ALL AGES $6 at the door The Summer Camp: On The Road Tour returns this February & March – come out and support your favorite local bands as they compete for the chance to perform alongside moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Steve Miller Band, Widespread Panic, STS9, Big Gigantic and many more at the 15th Annual Summer Camp Music Festival this May. Each night of the tour will feature performances by several talented and hand-picked local acts, as well as Summer Camp 2015 ticket giveaways and more. Details: @[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vU3VtbWVyQ2FtcEZlc3RpdmFsLmNvbS8/cD0yMDgxOTo6:@[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vU3VtbWVyQ2FtcEZlc3RpdmFsLmNvbS8/cD0yMDgxOTo6:http://SummerCampFestival.com/?p=20819]] For Tickets click on link below: http://www.etix.com/ticket/online/upcomingEventSearch.do?method=showPerformanceDetail&performance_id=2599277&language=en&country=US

Teen Tent Camp 2016 - Alma Center, WI
First Tent Camp of 2016---Teen Camp! Three days and three nights of Tent Camp fun, including: Great friends Hobo pies Campfires Bible Times Capture the Flag Army tents and Waterslide What are you looking forward to that isn't on this list? Everyone is welcome, so use the Invite button to add your friends! Cost: $30 For ages 14-18 To register or for more information call 715-964-6176.

2016 Seeds of Faith Spring Banquet - Attica, MI
Attention all home schoolers ages 13-18! You are cordially invited to this year's banquet. Dinner, Dancing, Fellowship, and Fun will be on the books for our Once Upon A Time themed banquet. Early Bird tickets are just $35 until March 18, 2016. Regular tickets are $40 until April 15, 2016. Late Registration tickets are $45 from April 16- April 27, 2016. Payment can be sent to April Brackney, 3060 Edgefield Dr., Waterford, MI 48328, via paypal at [email protected], or at any of the remaining co ops. Please note that you are not officially registered to attend until payment has been received. Payment must be received by due dates in order to qualify for that price. A sign up genuis will be available so you can see who is attending!

YouthFirst Camp Ojai - Ojai, CA
We are going to camp for 3days for $40, In november 20-22 , in order to go just attend 3clubs meeting which is games and dinner and 15min message and rides provided home, clubs are wednesdays at 5-8 doors open at 4 tho hmu if you wanna go tmrw

Melrose Tween & Teen Camp: Video Production Showcase in Melrose - Melr
Start Time: 2:00 PM End Time: 4:00 PM The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today. Write, produce, shoot and edit like the pros in your first video clip in our state-of the art v... More info: http://evrd.us/etPOu

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Outside Exploits - CuriOdyssey
Outside Exploits March 18 – April 29, 2015 (No Class 4/1 or 4/22) Climbing rocks, building sand castles, and erecting stick structures are some of kids favorite activities to do outside. This session of Science Explorers takes advantage of its location to experience the rich science behind kids play. We will certainly take advantage of the weather events to stomp in puddles (if it rains), draw shadows, and make kites. Here is a great time for kids to experience the abundant opportunities to dig deeper into what amuses them naturally. 650-340-7590

Beading and Art: 1:00-3:00 PM Session ~~ Flowers are in Bloom! - Posh Paint Pub
Think of flowers and butterfly charms and very colorful beads like the rainbow. I may have a frog or two for the boys. This camp is lots of fun for boys and girls. What fun adding art with beading. We will also work with watercolor and teach art through design keeping with our theme for the week. We provide the snacks and drinks. Looking forward to this camp! 504-835-4155

Camp Sol Summer Camp - Maricopa Elementary School
Join us for the 6th annual Camp Sol Summer Program. This camp is designed for participants that have intellectural disabilities with the ability to participate in a 5:1 camper to staff ratio. Activities will include arts, crafts, games, sport, cooking and special guests. For additional questions, please contact Pamela Herrera at (714) 345-2495. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Every participant will receive a shirt with their registration fee. LOCATION Maricopa Elementary School INSTRUCTOR Pamela Herrera

Nuts for Noodles - Old Trail School
If you thought noodles were just for eating, then guess again. Campers will explore all the fun and learning pasta has to offer. Campers will use all five of their senses as they paint, create, play, make and eat noodles. Using a variety of cooked and uncooked pasta provides endless possibilities to be creative, learn about physics and architecture – AND have fun at the same time. Noodles have never seemed this nutty! Instructor: Christy Solis, Preschool Teacher, Fairlawn Lutheran Preschool, Old Trail Parent and Substitute 3306661118 x469

Creative Arts Camp 2016 - Greenland Hills UMC
For ages 4yrs-5th grade. Join us for a week of traveling around the world to discover how other countries celebrate Christmas! We will explore traditions, songs, art and recipes from Germany, Sweden, Italy and more! 214-826-2060 x210

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