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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Debate Camp 2.0 - Recreation and Cultural Center
Debate Camp 2.0 (Grades 6 - 9) Debate Camp 2.0 is limited to participants who have already completed a week of Debate Camp in the summer of 2015, or who are registered for a week of Debate Camp for summer 2016 (If plan on registering for both programs at the same time you must register in person). It will be a faster moving and more advanced program designed to sharpen debate and mock trial skills at a more competitive level. Less time will be spent on the acquisition of skill through mini-lessons and modeling and more time will be spent engaged in competitive debates, mock trials, and political campaigns. Since less time will be devoted to the direct teaching of the fundamental debate and persuasive communication techniques, campers will be engaged in more debates and mock trials throughout the week. Campers will also be working in campaign teams to draw from the ideas of existing presidential candidates to design their own original political platform and run in a Mock-Campaign/Election for President of the United States! Post camp care will be offered at the Plainsboro Recreation and Cultural Center for an additional fee. Registration for post camp must be...
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Camp Rockin' U
 
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21.29 Miles
Address:
13919 Lake Francis Rd, Dobbins, California 95935
Camp Rocking U is dedicated to providing a healthful, structured and comfortable environment where friends can be made and lifetime memories created.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Bicycling/Biking, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Hiking, Soccer, Team...
Coppercreek Camp
 
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Distance
53.83 Miles
Address:
PO Box 749, Greenville, California 95947
We offer over 50 activities. Free choice. Our staff know every camper. Rustic setting in California's Northern Sierra.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback Riding (English),...
Camp Green
 
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Distance
57.24 Miles
Address:
15839 County Road 43, Guinda, California 95637
Camp Green is a camp that strives to teach kids about nature and the environment. At camp we discuss everything from solar and wind...
Activities: swimming, crafts, singing, rafting, drama, games, hiking.
Action Whitewater's Summer Camp
 
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Distance
59.66 Miles
Address:
5461 Bassi Rd, Lotus, California 30115
A 77 rafting adventure camp for all skill & experience levels! Professionally geared & staffed for Campers aged 12-17. Building better people through better...
Activities: Academics, Adventure, Digital Video, Other Sports
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Michigan Cru's Fall Getaway 2016 - Angola, IN
As we experience true love–a love that is there in the hard times as well as the good, a love that is there when we’re doing well or when we are failing, a love that will walk with us through healing as well as celebrate our victories–that is when we find true freedom. This kind of love is only found in a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. This will be a weekend of finding this kind of love as our speaker, Kevin Butcher, guides us through this topic. Join us for a weekend of fun community and spiritual growth as we head to Angola, Indiana for this year's Fall Getaway! Check is from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, October 14th. We'll have times of Biblical teaching and heartful worship, as well as plenty of time to just hang out and have fun together. And if you need to study, there is time for that too. We'll head back to campus after lunch on Sunday, October 16th. The cost is $60 for Freshmen and $80 for everyone else! This cost includes lodging for the weekend (Friday night; Saturday night) and 5 meals (3 Saturday; 2 Sunday). Click on the...

Occam's Razor
Nov. 20-22nd Occam's Razor is a modern fantasy/cyberpunk/horror boffer L.A.R.P. http://occamsrazorlarp.com/

Kid's Adventure Camp - Ages 5-7 - Rochester, MN
Young Adventurers camp is a blast. For one week, your child will spend their mornings on an exciting adventure with us at Prairie Walls Climbing. They'll build their confidence and make friends as they experience rock wall and boulder climbing at the gym and also enjoy outdoor adventures that include zip lining 300' over a river, tree climbing with a professional arborist-climber and more. Our experienced guides will lead your child through a safe and adventurous week of fun. Pre-registration required, limit 12

Vitality - A Fun and Unique Camp for Youth! - Southlake, TX
An action packed fun afternoon for youth’s development and growth! Along with food, fun, friends, and games, kid’s also develop mental toughness in a fun filled environment! Sample Activities: Dodgeball, Basketball, Time Management Skills, Team Building Exercises, Genuine Listening and Resilience Skills

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Quran & Quranic Arabic- Mondays - Pillars Academy
PASS 4th-12th Grade MONDAYS 3:30pm-5:30p Quran Recitation & Memorization with Salwa Ziadeh Quranic Arabic/Linguistics with Assil Al Sharifi 949-951-0442

Twos (M-F) (birthdays between 9/1/13 and 8/31/14) - JCC ECP
Daily activities for children who are in the two-year-old program are based upon projects and units of study. A balanced schedule provides experiences in group and individual settings and includes stories, music, language experiences, natural discovery, and inquisitive discussions. Classrooms are arranged into centers that include age-appropriate educational toys, materials, and games based upon the interests of the children. These include centers for books, blocks, sensory materials, art, puzzles and manipulatives, math, science, and dramatic play. Children have the opportunity to work and play in these centers individually, with a friend, or in small groups. Choosing centers provides practice in making decisions, following directions, working independently, and learning about the care and use of materials. Outside time offers opportunities for gross motor development (including climbing, running, jumping, pedaling, and building), social interactions, as well as a chance to experience weather and seasons. Children can also experiment with sand and water during these outside periods. Daily group lessons include stories, music, gross motor activities, language experiences, and discussions including questioning and research. Additional activities include cooking, growing plants, nature interactions, and having visitors share information about the unit studies. Children will also have opportunities for music, creative movement, tumbling, and other... 512-735-8100

Incredibly Cool Photography - Old Trail School
Campers will turn their digital snapshots into real photographs, learning how to combine traditional basics of photography, (lighting, composition and style) and blend them into the digital age. Campers will learn how to tear apart a pixel in a digital darkroom and take a photo, even members of their family will like. This camp has plenty of outdoor activity. Campers should bring a digital camera, extra batteries, a USB cord to attach their camera to a computer and a CD or external jump drive to load and save their finished images. Instructor: Phil Long, owner, PRL Photographics, Kent State College of Journalism & Mass Communication instructor Fee: $170 (includes book I Just Want To Shoot Pictures) 3306661118 x469

Lil Art Critics, Half Day (9-12PM) - Loudoun Arts Center
This exploratory art camp will engage your children to communicate what they like and dont like about different pieces of art. Focusing on the positive, students will better understand how to politely talk about their preferences. 703-444-5888

Etiquette FUNday Bootcamp - Old Trail School
A fun class for the summer to learn and catch up on all your social skills. Campers will learn all about being the perfect host from party planning and set up to how to write thank you notes. They will make their own beginner stationary kits, then make their way to the dining table and fine tune those skills from the kitchen table to fine dining. There will be a class on visual poise, introductions, telephone manners and meeting new friends. A grooming class with closet organization, nail grooming or tie tying. Plus lots more. Foods will be served at several of the classes. Instructor: Catherine Holloway 3306661118 x469

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