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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: STAC Two - Afternoon - Maranatha Christian Schools
STAC is for students 1st - 9th grade interested in Musical Theatre. Students take daily classes in acting, voice, dance, set design, theatre make-up, stage combat and more! Each camp includes a camp t-shirt, snacks, Family Faith Night dinner and ends with a Broadway Showcase performance. 858-759-9737
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Mayor's Youth Empowerment Program
 
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Distance
63.56 Miles
Address:
PO Box 307, Iowa City, Iowa 52244
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Community Service, Computer, Field...
The Arc of Southeast Iowa
 
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Distance
64.32 Miles
Address:
2620 Muscatine Ave, Iowa City, Iowa 52240
The Arc of Southeast Iowa was formed in 1957 by a group of parents and professionals interested in the welfare of individuals with intellectual...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Community Service, Drawing/Painting, Field Trips,...
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Ottumwa, IA Summer Camps

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Kid's Winter Camp #3, 2016 - Oakhurst, CA
Join the fun this winter as Dean-O and the Dynamos lead us in retro-rockin' worship and energetic chapel times. We'll play games, make crafts, make friends and don't forget about Sugar Pine's exciting winter activities. It's going to be a blast! Meet Dean-O: Dean-o is known for his energy and tenacity in reaching kids with the gospel, never forgetting he was a teen before hearing the good news of Jesus. It began in 1997 and has spread across the U.S. with over 1,700 performances in 40 states and a dove award nomination for children's album of the year. During these events and performances, over 10,000 children made first-time decisions to give their lives to Christ at concerts, camps, chapels, VBS weeks and large crusades. Dean-o considers his ministry an absolute gift from the Lord and a powerful tool to spread the gospel of Jesus through the gift of music. Please contact us if you have any questions - we'd love to help! (559) 683-4938

Camp KidJam - Blue Ridge, GA
Summer camp time is here for third through fifth grade! Be sure to sign your kids up while there are still spots available! Fundraisers are being planned and scholarships are available.

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

Afiliación TX Youth Camp: Identity - Midlothian, TX
Camp registration: $150 per person ($175 late registration after July 18). Applications returned to Local Youth Leaders with deposit.

Kid's Camp: Quilt 2016 - Laramie, WY
Come join other young quilters and make some new friends. Participants will complete a quilt top in this one day class using a simple pattern. Age 10 and up and must own and know how to operate their own sewing machine. Registration fee is $60 (includes fabric and pattern).

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Ocean Explorers (Week 8 AM) - Wild Surfers - NESS
The ocean is home to many gnarly wave, current, and wind animal surfers. Learn how pelicans use an A-Frame beach break, investigate sea lion and penguin cutbacks, use the methods of an epic cormorant duck dive, explore how jellyfish try to avoid getting caught inside, and how dolphins hang rostrum down the line. Get a taste of stand up paddle boarding and surfing that includes turtle rolls in order to reach far out levels that will set you on track to make your own rooster tail in the future. Includes: Taste of surfing, boogie boarding, stand-up paddle boarding, boat trips, & snorkel adventures 860-535-9362

Girl Scout Sunday: Toy Hack - The Mini Maker
Patch Included During our Toy Hack sessions your kids are given a selection of old toys, such as, a GI Joe, Barbie Doll, Legos, Dinosaur figures, ect. Your kids use basic tools like a screw driver to "hack" the toys apart. Then with the use of tape, pipe cleaners, or glue gun the kids are able to reuse and recycle the pieces and create a new toy with them. For example: A Barbie Doll body with a T-Rex Head and Zombie Foot. During this session the kids are also asked to use their imaginations to create a story around the figure they have created. This workshop is open to Daisys, Brownies and Juniors. 517-233-1524

Kid Art - Farmhouse
This class is for the artful child! Students will create unique art projects each class. They will explore a variety of media, and work with paper mache, clay, paint and other fun materials. Age 3-5 Teacher: Jenn Trendel 6 classes. 508 435-9222

Intro to 3-D Game Design - Wow Science - Voorhees
Jump into 3-D game design using the visual programming tool Kodu to design and mold terrain, set camera angles, adjust lighting, populate objects, and program behaviors. Combine these skills to create an original platform for racing or storytelling within a 3-D world. NOTE: THIS PROGRAM RUNS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY FOR A HALF DAY. FRIDAYS ARE FIELD TRIP DAYS AND ARE THEREFORE FULL DAYS. UNLESS THE CAMP DIRECTOR GIVES YOU AN EARLIER ARRIVAL TIME, PLAN TO DROP OFF YOUR CHILD AT 9:00 AM ON FRIDAYS. UNLESS INSTRUCTED TO PICK UP AT A LATER TIME, PLAN TO PICK YOUR CHILD UP AT 4:00 PM ON FIELD TRIP DAYS. CAMP IS CLOSED ON FIELD TRIP DAYS AS ALL TEACHING STAFF/COUNSELORS GO ON THE TRIPS. Early bird Wow Tech weekly tuition is $120 plus $30 for field trip Field Trip: NASA, MD. Field Trip on July 8 @ $30 is included in the pricing. *Early bird discount of $30 has been applied until March 1. *July 4 discount of $30 applies since we wont be open on July 4. 8775412267.0

August 8-12th Winona River Rats - Jaycees Pavilion
Learn and create riverside games using found rocks, sticks, and whatever else the river gives us. Build miniature test rafts and race them. Build a rafts large and small. Learn about useful and edible aquatic plants and animals. Track aquatic creatures along riverbank including the beaver, muskrat, heron, raccoon and more. Build primitive forts. Make and fish with a simple cane pole just like Huck and Tom. Use cane pole as part of stick and bindle (hobo satchel) to carry your goods during your travels. Search for treasures to fill your bindle. Barter and trade for each others treasures. 507-272-5320

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