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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Caldwell Academy-Ages 6-7 - Super Hero Science - Caldwell Academy
Superman, Spiderman, Batman, and Cat Woman everyone loves a super hero but how did they get to be so amazing? Join us for Super Hero Science, where children learn the science behind their favorite super hero. Children will find learn about the physics behind Batmans gear, how Kryptonite works, and so much more! 3364930403.0

Latest Review for Hale Reservation Day Camp

Hale Day Camp
my children have been going to Hale Day Camp for the past 10 years and loved it so much they ask to go back each year. For parents that work, it is a economic solution to keep their children safe, while being engaged in daily sports and games. Additional benefits include the convenient bus pick up & drop off times, daily activities focused on learning and physical activity, and friendships made with children from surrounding communities. My family & I strongly recommend... Read More...


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Iditarod Summer Camp for Teachers - Wasilla, AK
Summer camp isn’t just for kids anymore! Come experience Alaska in a totally unique adventure while immersing yourself in the Iditarod for nine days!

Youth Camp! - Leakey, TX
Alto Frio Area Youth Camp July 5 - 10th, 2015 Camp Pastor: Jessie Ricones Worship Leader: Ryan Proudfoot (Y'all remember Worship Leader Ryan Proudfoot, don't you. Won't it be great to see him again?) REGISTRATION: $35.00 per church and $50.00 per person Cost of Camp Per Person: Jan 1 - Mar 31, 2015 $175.00 April 1 - May 31, 2015 $200.00 Jun 1 - July 5, 2015 $225.00 SIGN UP EARLY AND SAVE MONEY For more information, see Brian at First Baptist Church Pleasanton, TX

Performance preps first annual youth camp - Federal Way, WA
Speed ,agility training and individual skill position drills this camp is free for the kids so bring them out for some Learning and fun activities first 25 kids shirts are free $10 per shirt but not required just dress with black shirts

2016 Diocesan Youth Fall Conference for 6th-12th Graders - Morgantown,
The Youth Steering Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis invite youth in grades 6-12 and adult chaperons to register for the upcoming Diocesan Youth Fall Conference at Waycross! This year's theme is "Moving from Stress to Success." This weekend event offers youth from across the Diocese the opportunity to share together in plenary session, special worship, workshops, and choice activities while connecting with friends, new and old. Visit indydio.org for an event flyer and registration forms to print and send. ( http://indydio.org/2016-diocesan-youth-fall-conference-for-6th-12th-graders/ ) REGISTRATION REQUIRED Early-bird registration due: October 20, 2016 On-time registration due: November 10, 2016

Summer Dance-Art Day Camp - Brooklyn, NY
Registration is now open. Our Summer Dance-Art Day camp is for kids ages 3 and up. In the program: Dance games, Arts & Craft, Work-out, Pre-ballet, Ballet, Gymnastic, Broadway Dance, Contemporary Dance, Hip-Hop, Drama & Mime, Breakdance. Register today by phone or e-mail: 929-333-9570 / [email protected] www.SummerBalletCamp.com

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Wrestling Camp - Germantown Friends School
The Germantown Friends School Wrestling Camp is open to students of any ability. Our goal is to give you a dynamic week of training tailored to your ability that will help build the foundation for a great wrestling career. We provide a safe, enjoyable environment and emphasize the ethical aspects of the sport. Participants will work on techniques in the morning, including set-up actions, positions, throws, offense, counter offense, bottom, and more. Live wrestling will take place during the afternoon. The camp will be divided into two groups, junior wrestlers (grades 1 - 5) and senior wrestlers (grades 6 - 12). GFS Wrestling coach and former college wrestler Paul Hammond will not only be directing the camp, but he also will be sharing his passion for the sport he has been practicing since he was fourteen. Bus transportation is available to and from Center City for $100 provided 17 campers sign-up on or before June 1 for transportation during the week of July 5 - 8. 215-951-2384

Day Camp 9-4pm wk 2 - Frankfort Park District
The Fort Frankfort Adventures Summer Day Camp is back for another awesome summer. This camp is designed for children entering 1st - 6th grade this fall. This full day camp will provide plenty of outdoor activities, water days arts & crafts and a feild trip each week. Fort Frankfort Summer Adventures Summer Day Camp will be held a Commisioners Park, located at 22108 S. 80th Ave. in Frankfort. The Frankfort Park District continues its partnership with School District 157C for the use of Chelsea Middle School, which is located next to Commisioners Park. We will use the facility for before and after camp and during inclement weather conditions. The camp will run from 9-4pm, Monday thru Friday, with a bfore and after care option. Bring a lunch and water bottle each day. Luch may be included on certain field trip days.Registration must be done in person at our main office located at the Founders Community Center, 140 Oak Street. INSTRUCTOR Staff

Tennis, Tues. & Thurs. (Grades 1-5) - Bolles Ponte Vedra Beach Campus
Students will be introduced to Tennis using the Quickstart method of instruction (when appropriate, based on skill level). Learning the fundamentals of the game, scoring and sportsmanship are integral parts of the class. Each child should bring a racket and water bottle with them to each class. If you do not have a racket, Danny will provide one to fit your child at a minimal cost. Taught by local Tennis Pro Danny Witt 904-256-5071

Electronic Music Lab - Siena College
Learn the fundamentals of computer music production through a series of hands-on projects and challenges designed to promote creativity, problem solving and technical abilities. Campers will learn about MIDI, digital audio, microphones, looping, mixing, effects, DIY musical instruments and more! At the end of the camp, students will have a copy of their production to take home. 518-782-6654

Human Body-Crime Scene Investigation - Amador Elementary School
THE HUMAN BODY Getting Under The Skin and Explorations in Crime Scene Investigation Learn how systems of the body work by building models and doing fun activities, experiments, and investigations. CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION Use your investigative skills to solve mysteries and make-believe crimes. We will conduct chromatography experiments, cast shoe prints, evaluate fingerprints and many more fun hands-on activities. 9258282551 x5431

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