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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Go Green/Recycled Art - E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center
This summer camp adventure starts with creative recycled art lessons in the morning and nature adventures in the afternoon. Finally, end your day with museum discovery time! *Go Green with this weeks art projects! We will be using materials like empty containers, water bottles, and snack time trash to create beautiful, artistic collages! Campers will play games and learn how to turn something old into something new! Pack a peanut-free snack and lunch! Dont forget to apply sunscreen and bug spray! 850-835-1824
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Camp Invention - Nebraska
 
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, Fremont, Nebraska
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Calvin Crest Camp Conference Center
 
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2870 County Road 13, Fremont, Nebraska 68025
Christian camps: traditional, adventure, mad, sports & horse. 250 acres, great recreation activities, great staff make great camp weeks for youth development.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Football, Golf, Hiking, Horseback...
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Easter Break - Kid's Art Camp - Denham Springs, LA
- One day camp, 3/30, 3/31 or 4/1. 10 am - 4 pm. - For ages 7 and up. - Includes full Instruction and all supplies. - Bring a bag lunch for your child to enjoy during our break. Projects completed during camp: 1. Paint a 16 x 20 canvas. 2. Paint 2 Pieces of Pottery. 3. Decorate a TShirt. 4. Personalize 2 Slap Bracelets. 5. Personalize a Tumbler. $95 - Registration required

KidZonStage Fall Acting Camp - Lancaster, CA
FIRST CLASS is Saturday It is NOT too late to join us.. (Class might go until 5:00) And every Saturday after that except 11/28 and 12/26 Recital 1/17/16 Class Description --------------- ACT I - INTRODUCTION TO ACTING II: AGES 5-17 Students ages will be exposed to various acting warm ups and exercises connecting movement and sound. They will also learn how to read a script, mark stage directions, memorize lines, audition and conquer stage fright. Students focus on acting and character development through exercises, techniques, and improvisation Actors will develop a strong understanding of character development, acting techniques and monologues, as well as theatre etiquette. This class is all about being an actor. Returning students from the Summer Camp will be given an advanced curriculum --------- Acting Class Fee $100.00 for 14 weeks Payment schedules are available Saturdays 3:30- 4:30 or 5:00 October 3 - January 16 No class 11/28 or 12/26

2nd Annual "Kids to Camp" Spaghetti Dinner
Please come support the 5th grade students of the Laurel Highlands School District. All proceeds will go to defer the cost for LH Outdoor School for each student! Tickets are $8 and can be purchased through a fifth grade student, individual elementary schools, or by commenting on this event!

MAS Youth Summer Camp 2016! - Junction City, KS
Visit www.maskansascity.org to register! FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: WHEN IS THE CAMP? The camp will, Insha'Allah, be from Friday, August 12th - Sunday, August 14th. WHERE WILL THE CAMP TAKE PLACE? Rock Springs 4-H Center in Junction City, KS. It is about 2 - 2.5 hours away from Kansas City. Transportation will be provided, Insha'Allah. (Please see details below.) WHO MAY ATTEND THE CAMP? Young youth boys and girls ages 10-18 only. WHAT IS THE COST TO ATTEND THE CAMP? The cost is $120 per child by July 20th midnight. After July 20th, the cost will go up to $140/per child. Registration space is limited! WHEN IS THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER? For the early registration discount, the deadline to register is by Friday, July 20th. After July 20th, the prices will go up to $140. Registration will close @ 11:59 on July 31st or earlier if seats are filled. WILL TRANSPORTATION BE PROVIDED FOR THE CAMP? Yes, we will have two departing locations: one from ISGKC and the other from ICK. In the registration form is where one can specify where they would like to depart from. Everyone must begin gathering for departure no later than 4:45 on Friday, August 12th, at the specified departure location. For the return, we will leave the...

Open Door Youth Camp 2016 - Vancouver, WA
If you'll be entering 6th - 12th grade in September, this camp is for you! Are you ready to make forever friendships, sing your heart out to Jesus, learn how to have a deeper, realer (yes, it's fabulous to make up your own words!) relationship with your Heavenly Father who loves you perfectly? Wanna spend another week with the wild, wacky, wonderful friends and counselors you met last summer? Are you looking for some fun this summer? Ya wanna ride or pet a horse? Wanna conquer your fears? Wanna help us show others that Jesus-followers really know how to love because He first loved us? Ready to beat last years Book of Records champions? Join us for a week full of all of this and much more. **Cost: $100/youth, discounts for households sending more than one youth, and scholarships available upon request. Donations are deeply appreciated! **Registration: Download forms from our website www.opendooryouthministries.com (PRINT LEADER AND YOUTH FORMS. They were accidentally mislabeled but we need all forms please) and bring them with your payment to the Drop Off site. Registration will be just inside the church entrance. **Please help us make sure we bring enough food...

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Sports and Outdoors - Middle School Gym
Ready for some sports fun and adventures in the great outdoors? Duke Schools Sports and Outdoor Adventures Camp will focus on sports, outdoor activities, team building and environmental awareness. Campers will enjoy a mixture of hands-on learning, working and playing together while discovering how to enjoy the outdoors while preserving it for others. Campers will have fun playing sports and games including, soccer, basketball, whiffleball, tennis, flag football, floor hockey, frisbee games and more! Camp Director Dan Divis will help your camper have a great time playing sports and enjoying the outdoors while fostering confidence, responsibility and fitness! Director: Dan Divis 9194932642.0

Camping Cuisine - DC8 - Balboa Campus
For the girl who loves to help out in the kitchen: Prepare loads of new dishes and put together a cookbook. Make your own lunch one day, and create a wide variety of snacks, appetizers and desserts the rest of the week. Learn nutritional values and table settings as you work on the Cook badge for your age level. Bon appétit! Cookie Eligible. 619-610-0821

Studio Art w/Exploring Pottery, Ages 10-12 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Full Day Studio Art Program 9:30am to 5pm Studio Art with Exploring Pottery Elective Session III: July 25 to August 5 Studio Art Camp Farm to Easel: Animals of the Northeast Celebrate the wonder of summer by exploring the animals and plants that live, blossom, and grow all around us. This session will explore our regions animals and plant life. From the farms to the forest, and birdhouses to beaches, we will be inspired by the colors, shapes, and sound of the flora and fauna that are local to our area. Weather permitting, campers will explore nature on MAMs grounds and at Van Vleck House and Gardens. We will create works of two and three dimensional art in a variety of media inspired by our observations and imaginations! Screen Shot 2016-03-09 at 11.23.54 AM [] Exploring Pottery With a focus on hand built pottery and basic wheel throwing, this class uses a variety of clay and sculptural techniques to produce creative and unique objects, including several pieces to be fired in a kiln. Using a multicultural approach, students will use ceramic clay, and colorful glazes to create both functional and decorative objects, such as...

Advanced Camp - Texas A&M University
The Advanced Camp curriculum is recommended for students who have attended a Sports Medicine Camp, or have more than 1 year of experience working with a Licensed Athletic Trainer. Advanced Camp Highlights Advanced taping & wrapping techniques Cadaver anatomy Concussion & cervical spine management Therapeutic modalities Principles of injury rehabilitation Nutrition in athletics

ASRC Spring Camp Week 2 Apr 4th-8th (Full Day) - Arroyo Seco Racquet Club
Enjoy a week of Spring tennis camp iTennis Arroyo Seco location. This camp is designed for kids of all ages at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. Tennis drills & games in the morning are supplemented with fun field trips including golf instruction, swimming, ice skating, laser tag, bowling & more! Make this the Winter of a life time!! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What to bring: Sporting attire, tennis racquet & water. Racquets may also be purchased at the first day of camp. LOCATION Arroyo Seco Racquet Club INSTRUCTOR Mike Ridaoui Fabio Machado

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