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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: WEDNESDAY Night - Guitar Math Monster - Merriman Park Elementary
This course is for those who love music, math, science and Pokémon! A sensory exploration of the math in music and the music of math. From fractions, to Fibonacci, to sound waves, sonar, diabolical tri-tones and Pokémon hit points, youll explore songwriting with the birds and paint the frequency of the earth with colorful corn starch. This course is for musicians, music-lovers, and anyone of all ages with a song in their heart just waiting to beat out its rhythm on re-purposed instruments! Recommended Brain Age: 1st – 6th Grade 2148860142.0
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Canters Cave 4-H Camp Inc
 
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66.53 Miles
Address:
1362 Caves Rd, Jackson, Ohio 45640
Nestled in a scenic valley in southern Ohio. Modern, year round facilities. Ideal for retreats/seminars. Available to groups.
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Leadership Development, Nature/Environmental Studies, Riflery,...
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Nitro, WV Summer Camps

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Senior Teen Weekend - Summerton, SC


TEEN SUMMER CAMP - Session 3 - Marshall, VA
June 16 & 17 TEEN SUMMER CAMP - Ages 13 & UP 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. both days. Students will create pieces based on interests. Teens will work on the pottery wheel, in fused glass, canvas painting and paint your own pottery. Call Studio with questions (540) 364-2834. See further details at our website.

Pokhara Youth Camp - Pokhara
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Teen Camp - undefined, FL
Teen Camp 2016 in the Florida Keys July 11-16 Canoeing, fishing, tubing, swimming, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, sports activities, skits, singing, preaching, devotions, and MORE! Cost $295 – all inclusive Contact Pastor Matt Thomas for more information [email protected] 321-432-0221

January Teen Service Day - New York, NY
Teens (13 and up) are invited to join us. We will be seriving in the storehouse with World Vision in the Bronx. We have done cool stuff with them before and I'm looking forward to serving with them again. We will have a short devotion and grab lunch as well.

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Beyond Your Best Books - Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
This session will allow kids to convert their favorite stories into keepsake crafts using the process of upcycling. This experience will teach the importance of repurposing through creativity while encouraging conversations about the value and importance of literature in our lives. Participants will create several items from old books chosen for this purpose. While creating these items, we will discuss their favorite stories, the most fascinating characters, and why books and upcycling are important. *Participants will need to bring 3 hardback books of their choice; books that are in disrepair or those which would otherwise be recycled are recommended. Favorite childrens books are especially useful. Ms. Suzanne Russell earned her M.S. in Library Science from Indiana University. She is the subject area librarian for Brebeufs Religious Studies and Science departments. She is a former Girl Scout leader; enjoys books, cooking, baking; and loves all things outdoors. Email Mrs. Russell directly at with questions. 3175247050.0

CIT (Counselor in Training) - Positive Energy Outdoors
Spend time this summer as a CIT with Positive Energy Outdoors and become an outdoor leader. As a mentor and role model for younger campers, youll assist PEO staff with games, team building challenges and camp activities including kayaking, SUP, rock climbing, hiking, draft horses and more. Youll also be trained to help with the maurices portable climbing wall at community events. A mandatory training/orientation session is required on Friday, June 10 from 12 - 4 pm. A commitment of at least one full week of camp is required for participation, and transportation is available from Marshall School (drop off at 8:15 am and pick up at 4:45 each day). Indicate which camps you are available to help at in the registration process. CITs also receive a PEO t-shirt. 218-391-0147

Monday 14-17 yr old camp - Willowcreek Golf Academy
This camp is designed for kids ages 14-17 on the beginner to intermediate levels. Kids will learn the basics in putting, chipping, pitching and full swing while also getting instruction on the rules of golf. 603-362-8700 x205

Stamford Lacrosse Camp Week 2 & PM All Sports Camp - Westhill High School
For Boys ages 6-12 years old. Players of all abilities are welcome to join us for a fun instructional camp of lax drills, skill competitions, contests and games! Players will be divided up into two main groups by age and will focus on the basic fundamentals of the game. Players will be coached by former high school coaches, college and high school players and each group in the camp will be supervised by an adult coach. Players must bring their own equipment. Full equipment required: helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, mouth guard and a stick. Bring a peanut free snack and refillable water bottle. Bring a peanut free snack and lunch to stay for the PM All Sports Camp 9AM-4:00PM NO CAMP JULY 4TH! Instructors: Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598

Skyhawks Tennis Camp - City of Mukilteo Recreation
In Skyhawks tennis programs, players learn proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys and serves during a series of drills designed to teach skills in a fun and dynamic way. Athletes also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis an exciting game. Due to limited court space, these programs fill quickly. participants should bring racquet, appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. All participants receive a t-shirt and a player evaluation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- special Requirements: all participants receive a t-shirt and a player evaluation. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 12:1. Particpants should bring appropriate clothing. a lunch and snack, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. ACTIVITY CATEGORY Sports LOCATION Kamiak High School, 10801 Harbour Pointe Blvd. Mukilteo, WA 98275 INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Academy

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