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Summer Camps in Oakland City, IN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: G.A.L.S (Ginger Adventure, Leadership and Service) - Ginger Cascades
Are you ready to do more at Ginger Cascades and become an important part of camp? In addition to all your favorite camp activities, you will have an opportunity to plan and lead a program for younger campers. You will learn new leadership skills, plan and complete a service project and go on two trips! During your first week, you will visit High Gravity Adventures Aerial Adventure Park in Boone, and then you will learn about the logistics of trip planning as you plan your off-site adventure for your second week! There will be plenty of time to relax and enjoy all the traditional camp activities you know and love from cascading to archery to campfire songs. Due to the nature of this program, girls must be able to swim two laps in the Ginger Cascades pool, tread water for two minutes and weigh at least 80 pounds to participate. 336-274-8491
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Camp Carson YMCA
 
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27.96 Miles
Address:
222 NW 6th St, Evansville, Indiana 47708
All the great activities of a traditional resident camp. Plus horseback, motorized dirt-bikes, water zip-lines, target sports and more. Christian atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Horseback...
Owensboro Parks & Recreation
 
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Distance
41.85 Miles
Address:
1530 McJohnson Ave, Owensboro, Kentucky 42303
Activities: Field Trips, Recreational Swimming
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Teen Camp - Dickson, TN
Camp for 12-14 year olds

5th-6th Grade Retreat - Dahlonega, GA
Calling all 5th and 6th Grade Challenge members and friends. Join us for the 2016 ECYD Retreat and become a Warrior of Love. Cost: $180 (Note: Retreat cost included in Pinecrest Academy Challenge registration fee) Registration opens Oct. 1st on rcatlanta.org

Breakaway Teen Camp - Carlinville, IL
Please register online. Payments must be made to The Foundry SM by June 17th. Please include a copy of registation confimartion when submitting.

Middle School Summer Camp - Estes Park, CO
It's a week of crazy fun, focused learning, heartfelt praise, games, dramas, community building, teamwork, and most importantly, God's Word on center stage. The theme for this year's camp is Set Apart - 1 Peter 2:9. For Students currently in 6th and 7th Grade (Spring 2016) Online Registration Opening Soon

Catching Up with the Walkers At a Campfire - Vero Beach, FL
Come enjoy some s'mores and catch up with what is going on in our lives! We will be in Vero for ony a few days and want to see as many friends as we can. What better way to catch up than sitting around a campfire and roasting some marshmallows and hanging out!

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Ages 4 - 7: The Little Mermaid - Helen Hayes Studios & Antrim Playhouse
Rehearsals: Mondays through Fridays, 9:30am – 1:00pm Performance: Final Friday @ 12:00pm Tuition: $400 8458262049.0

Volleyball Camps - Volleyball - St. Paul Gym
Bump, set, SPIKE! Boys and girls will both enjoy this lifetime sport by learning the proper techniques for serving, passing, setting and hitting on the hard court. At the end of each day, new skills are applied in a game setting, and effective teamwork and good sportsmanship are emphasized. Campers should wear comfortable clothing for movement, tennis shoes, and knee pads (optional). All registrants agree to the policies and procedures of Youth Programs, including change fees, cancellation fees, deadlines, and other details found in the program materials and parent handbook. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION St Paul Gym

Woodworking - PM - Woodworking
Learn a new skill and develop a new hobby this summer! Each camper will have the opportunity to work with a variety of tools and materials and every boy will be provided personal guidance while working on two to three individual projects during this special one-week tutorial session. A variety of wood project ideas and wood species will be offered. Possible projects may include constructing a bookshelf, birdhouse, wooden clock, jigsaw puzzle and carving a bowl or candleholder on a wood lathe. Woodworking experience is not required, only a desire to learn new skills. This specialty camp came into being at the request of campers and parents and has limited enrollment available for instructional purposes. We have envisioned this workshop to have the following goals: 1. To provide a hands-on course that initiates the learning of a new skill during the summer and the development of a lifelong hobby. 2. To learn basic carpentry skills and the proper use of a variety of tools. 3. To encourage pride in ones work and craftsmanship through projects that a boy wants to take home. Cost: $295 (plus the later purchase of individual project wood) Staff: Andrew Reed, Head of the Middle School,... 301-365-4300

Global Video Game Designer #2 - Middle School
Students shouldnt just be playing video games, they should be MAKING their own games using video cameras, sensors, and drawings. Students even get to remix what others have done to hack their games! By learning Scratch (designed by the brilliant folks at MIT), your child will get to impress you with his or her cool and original creations. Plus, your child will be doing a good deed while gaming, as with all Level Up Village classes, 30% of the profits go towards funding a Global Partner class of students who live in poverty. Using video chatting, your child and his or her global partner will get to hack into each others games! All the while, your child will be learning about math, logic, coding and presentation skills. Have your child make a friend around the globe in designing some of the worlds coolest games! (516) 750-3104

Wild Edible Plants Series Session 1 - Jaycees Pavilion
Learn to identify, harvest and prepare wild edible foods. We will go out into the blufflands of southeastern Minnesota and forage for some of the first wild foods after the snow lifts. We will also cover safety and ethical concerns that accompany foraging wild foods. In addition to all this you will also learn to make and use primitive tools that aid us in foraging wild foods. 507-272-5320

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