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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 2016 RVA 6-8 yr. old Fishing Camp - Forest Hill Park
This week with Virginia Fishing Adventures offers campers the opportunity to learn the basics of freshwater fishing, from casting, to lure and bait choices, to the best places to catch fish. We fish mostly private ponds with this younger camp to ensure success. Safety is our number one priority, so all campers will wear life jackets when in the water or on a boat. Also, we maintain a 1-to-4 counselor-to-camper ratio. 804-272-6362
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Camp Omega
 
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22750 Lind Ave, Waterville, Minnesota 56096
Challenging & fun programs that promote solid Christian values/self-esteem development & spiritual growth.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Basketball, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study, Sailing,...
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New Ulm, MN Summer Camps

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Winter Wonderland Camp // Olympia Youth Explorers - Olympia, WA
Hello! Welcome to the event page for our first Winter Wonderland Camp for our Olympia Youth Explorers! Get Outside Olympia is hosting a week long Winter Wonderland Camp for your child or family member aged 6-12 years old, Monday Dec 19th - Dec 23rd, with hour options from 7:30 am - 6:00 pm. We offer a personalized experience for each of our campers, ranging in themes from: -Outdoor Play and Discovery -Nature Crafts and Gift Making -Music and Dancing -Cooking/Baking Lessons -Outdoor and Indoor Games and Activities -Science projects -Animal Studies -Plant Studies -And More! Upon enrollment, participants share with us their current interests and passion, so we can customize their week for a fun and personalized expereince! With limited space, we recommend registrating as soon as possible by following this link: https://impactflow.com/event/winter-wonderland-camp-858 To schedule a meet and greet, to meet the director and view our headquarters, email Perri Rae @ [email protected]! We have 5 more early bird pricing options of $150, and after that pricing will go up tp $200 for the week. Always reach out to us if you have any questions, online or at [email protected]

Princess Tropical Summer Dance Camp (Ages 3-10) - Jacksonville, AL
PRINCESS TROPICAL DANCE CAMP at Alabama Christian Dance Theatre Celebrate Summer with the Princesses at a Tropical Beach party hosted by Alabama Christian Dance Theatre. Bring your favorite beach towel and be prepared to have a dance water day during our week long camp! Camp will be filled with crafts, games, dance ballet and jazz. This may be your dancer's favorite week of the summer! Camp will end with a spectacular performance by the dancers! on Monday, June 27 –July 1st Ages 3-5 year olds 10-1 pm Ages 6-10 year olds 10-2 pm

Teen Life Leaders Camp - Garrison, ND
Details Pending For more information: [email protected] or 701-258-3811 Triangle Y Camp is located on Lake Sakakawea, approximately 10 miles southwest of Garrison, ND on county route #13. Camp signs are posted on Highway 37 starting 4 miles west of Garrison. Directions to Camp From Minot: Take highway 83 south to route 37 west (toward Garrison). Follow route 37 approximately 4 miles past Garrison, look for "Youth Camp" sign and country road 13. Follow Triangle Y Camp signs to camp. From Bismarck: Take highway 83 north to route 37 west (toward Garrison). Follow route 37 approximately 4 miles past Garrison, look for "Youth Camp" sign and county road 13. Follow Triangle Y Camp signs to camp. From Williston: Take highway 1804 (east) to route 23 (New Town). Follow route 23 to route 37, continue on route 37 toward Garrison. Look for "Youth Camping" sign and county road 13. Follow Triangle Y Camp signs to camp.

Camp KidJam Sign Ups - Leesburg, FL
The only event 2:52 attends every year! Make sure your kids entering the 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th grades in the Fall of 2016 attend! For more info check the link or the sign up display next week!

April Teen Event-NY Cares Day! Last event of the spring! - New York, N
The sun is shining, the buds are blooming, and NY parks need to be cleaned! Come to the LAST teen event for this school year for NY Cares Spring Day. We'll meet at 8AM in Manhattan and then travel to a park to help get them ready for spring with thousands of other people around the City. Last year we planted a garden on top of the Staten Island Ferry Building. Did I mention that you get a free t-shirt and this is your LAST chance to recieve community service with us for the school year?. Exact location to come, but let us know if you want to spend the night in Manhattan. This event is for ages 14+

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Week III - Dinos Dance - Franciscan Montessori Earth School
NOTE: Three day camp, Wednesday to Friday. Packed with high energy movement and activities to inspire and excite even the most wonderfully spirited child! This beginning tumble class is perfect for children to learn to move using their imagination and creativity! We use the world of dinosaurs to help us focus on strength, balance, endurance, flexibility, and more! 503-760-8220 x253

Cabinets of Curiosity - Lyman Campus
Ages: Girls and Boys Entering Grades 7 - 9 Dates: June 27 – July 1 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Format: One-week session designed around challenging activities Location: Laurels Lyman Campus in Shaker Heights Tuition: $360/session Cabinets of curiosity, also known as wonder rooms, were collections of extraordinary objects used to categorize the world and tell stories about its oddities. In this class, we will create a wonder room by investigating several of the many ways in which science and art intersect. By highlighting the overlap between art and science, we will gain a better understanding of each, as well as a new appreciation for how art can play a role in scientific processes and how science can inform and facilitate the creation of visual art. Topics of exploration may include: • Gyotaku/fish printing • Biological illustration • Kinetic sculpture • Cyanotyping/solar prints • The golden ratio and biomimicry • Using bacteria as paint • Nature journaling and the history of collecting 216-455-0154

D1 - wk 1 - Cheerleading - Camp All-American
*Girls Only. Campers will learn cheers, motion techniques, basic partner stunt skills, jump techniques and how to incorporate it all together into one fun routine. 678.405.2266

Week 2: Little Chefs/ Big Bakers - The Childrens Tree Montessori School
Little Chefs (3-6): Pack your bag for a culinary geography adventure. With recipes from around the world, preschoolers will be cooking a new dish every day using summer vegetables. Big Bakers (6-12): Children will bake yeast bread and quick bread, make delicious summer fruit pies and bake foods from other countries. The wonderfully qualified teaching staff at The Childrens Tree Montessori School have come together to create an interactive summer program to keep your child (ren) engaged, discovering, and learning. *Activities for children ages 3-12 yrs old *Full day: bring a lunch, sunscreen, bathing suit, and towel *Camp sessions are Monday –Thursday *Activities will be age appropriate for all children *Must be fully potty trained for preschool program *Highly recommended for new students *Program Hours are 8:30-3:30 or 8:30 -12:00 860-388-3536

Coding & Gaming (STEM) - Palm Harbor Montessori Academy
Get ready to figure out the why, how and wow of computer programming in this interactive coding camp! The camp explores many aspects of gaming, both on and off the computer. Using MITs Scratch computer language, kids learn how to program their very own unique games and animations. In addition, campers apply problem-solving strategies to create offline, traditional games such as checkers, labyrinth, and the electrified board game "Operation"! All camper projects are theirs for the taking, whether its a computer program uploaded to MITs website or an original board game to be played at home with friends. No previous programming experience is required. Note: To fully enjoy their experience with Scratch, campers must be able to read on a first grade level or better. 727-786-1854

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