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46872 Willow Springs Rd, Burwell, Nebraska 68823
Quiet setting located on N Loop River 3 miles from Burwell. Summer activities include tubing and canoeing on the river and horseback riding. Near...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Hiking, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Ord, NE Summer Camps

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Kid's Camp at The Backroom Gallery - Independence, MO
Sign up for Kid's Camp at The Backroom Gallery! We're happy to present "Building CONFIDENCE and CHARACTER through Creativity" classes every 2nd Saturday 11:30 - 2:30 beginning 4/9/16 ages 7-12. Kids who complete three classes will be featured in our August Third Friday Artwalk. $25.00/class, lunch included. Class limited to 8. All supplies provided. Pre-registration required! 816-886-0082

Laser Ops Entertainment Youth Summer Camp 8-14 years - Medford, OR
Keep kids active throughout the summer with Laser Tag Summer Camp. Kids will learn and utilize important skills such as Team building, strategizing, leadership and collaboration in a fun and high energy enviroment. Players will be grouped into three sessions depending on their age and play scenarios like capture the flag, defend the base, team attack and many more.

ICOI Youth Camp: SAVE THE DATE! - Running Springs, CA
Assalamu alaikum past and future campers! Our 10th Annual Youth Camp is right around the corner! We've started planning this year's camp, so we want you to plan to attend (insha'Allah)! Save the date: May 27th to May 30th! We'll be releasing more information about the camp as time goes on. For now, we're accepting counselor applications for anyone 20 years old and up.

NHWC *PROJECT WILD* YOUTH CAMP 2016 - Waco, GA
First Annual NHWC Youth Camp! Ages 12-18. Chapel services, food, worship, water day, bonfire, breakout sessions, and much more!! Message us with any questions, or for reservations. $75 per youth

Ward Cycle a Kid to Camp! - Abingdon, MD
Register to ride for an hour or all four OUTSIDE on the cycle studio bikes! DJ! Giveaways! QuikShakes samples! Refreshments! Register today to secure your bike then fundraise or donate to complete your registration. Ride for ALL four hours and raise/donate $231, which sends a kid to camp for an entire week! Ride for an hour and raise/donate $58. Register online today!

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Summer Rec Camp Week One - Full Time - North Hampton School
Our mission is to provide a safe, peaceful and harmonious environment where campers can spend time with their friends while creating new ones. Summer Rec Camp consists of six weekly programs that run Monday to Friday (8:00 am to 4:00 pm). The Full Time program has a field trip every Tuesday and Thursday. Lunch, snacks and drinks must be provided by the parents/guardians. Outdoor activities and field trips are subject to the weather. Rain dates have been planned for appropriate trips. A camp tee shirt will be provided and must be worn on all field trips as well as to the beach. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All fees must be paid prior to the first day of camp. Cancellation of any weeks must be done two full weeks in advance, in writing, in order to be considered for a refund. Please, do not send food that contains peanut butter. We can have campers who are severely allergic so this will need to be monitored. Campers must be signed in when dropped off at 8:00 am and signed out when picked up at 4:00 pm. Before and after care is available but you must pre-register. A $25 fee will be charged to your...

Bling My Room - Lower School
Does your childs room need a makeover? This camp allows children to create beautiful pieces that add glam to their room! Each piece becomes a one-of-a-kind creation as campers get to combine many different artistic mediums. They learn canvas painting by completing a monogrammed painted canvas ready to hang. They learn the art of mosaics by creating their own message board. They learn pottery painting and glazing techniques by creating their very own tissue box cover. Projects also include additional crafts and activities, and a painted coin bank. (516) 750-3104

(copy) Junior Golf Camp - Goodwin Park Golf Course
Our week long Junior Golf Camp is offered each week during the summer. Juniors golfers will learn or improve their golf game. During the week, the instructors will cover each aspect of the game of golf. Juniors will receive 35 hours of supervised practice and instruction. Camp day on Friday includes a pizza party and Golf with Parents in the afternoon. Parents are encouraged to attend the pizza party and enjoy a round of golf with their children that afternoon. 8605438518.0

READING ENRICHMENT: June - Dunavant Upper School
This non-credit review course is designed for rising seventh, eighth, and ninth graders. Successfully completing the course (and passing the summer reading quizzes and tests on any book studied in the class) will satisfy the summer reading requirement for students enrolling at MUS for the 2016-17 school year. These students will be exempt from the summer reading tests required of all other students in the fall, and the students will earn quarter points in the following way: B to A (85-100) = +3 C to B (75-85) = +2 C- to C (70-74) = -2 F to D (0-69) = -6 Students should purchase these three books before the class begins: "A Wizard of Earthsea", Le Guin (HMH Books for Young Readers: 978-0547773742) "The Golden Compass", Pullman (Yearling: 978-0440418320) "MAUS II", Spiegelman (Pantheon: 978-0679729778) 901-260-1300

Felting - The Evergreen School
Join the felting fun! Students will be encouraged to create their own patterns. They will be taught to use basic sewing skills making felt stuffies. The children will also be taught to needle felt, turning wool batting into flat felted works of art, and 3-D felted figures. 206-957-1533

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