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Summer Camps in Pass Christian, MS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: All Sports Week 8 - Knott Hall
Quench your thirst for all sports in this fun multisport camp. This camp is designed to provide exposure and basic instruction in a number of different competitive activities. Activities include softball, football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming, dodgeball, soccer, kickball, as well as individual and team challenges. 443 841 3328
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Curious Jane at McGehee in New Orleans
 
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, New Orleans, Louisiana
Curious Jane is a creative
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Creative Writing
NIKE Tennis Camp - Tulane University
 
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, New Orleans, Louisiana
Come experience the way tennis should be at the Tulane University Nike Tennis Camp for a week of excellent instruction in a supportive learning...
Activities: Youth Programs
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KIDS CAMP - Sutter, CA
Want to learn the western way of life, ride a horse, or just be on a ranch? This is the opportunity for you! Butte Star Ranch is hosting its fist ever kids horse camp! The event is going to be held on July 20th and 21st! Only 10 kids are going to be accepted! Reserve your child's spot now! Two days of action packed horse activities for just $125 and we provide the horses! Call the ranch today 530-755-0154!

CampOUT: Three-Day Youth Leadership Retreat - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Pridelines Youth Services invites you to CampOUT 2016! Come out and learn some amazing things as well as meet a lot of great people. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the community and be a part of something wonderful!!! For CampOUT applications, please email Dylan Howerton at [email protected]

Teen Week Five - Mauckport, IN
We are a ministry of Shawnee Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. We have the camp to see lives changed, families strengthened and the Lord glorified. Speaking for us this week will be Randy Dignan from Jefferson City, Missouri. Be sure to preregister by March 17 to guarantee your group's spot! Follow the link below to access the proper forms! http://www.indiancreekbaptistcamp.com/cost-and-registration/

Summer Camp 2015 - Osceola, MO
. Piercing Arrow, Fort Long

Camp Temescal: A Summer Camp Patio Party - Oakland, CA
Hey Pals! We're throwing another patio party! We'll have two limited release cask ales, delicious food from Sip & Slide, DJs Pool Simon and DJ Dennis, camp vibes and activities! We're kicking off at Noon with a Michelada brunch and activites throughout the rest of the day, here's the schedule! 12:00 : Brunch w/Micheladas 01:00 : First Cask Ale Tapped 02:00 : Jenga Tournament 03:00 : Sliders are Served! 04:00 : Second Cask Ale 05:00 : Blindfolded PB&J Race 06:00 : Beer Speed Tasting 07:00 : S'mores & Scotch Ale

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Tumbling Camp (Ages 3-6) - Stuart Community Center
Campers will enjoy a week of tumbling instruction in the gym along with some fun crafts, games, and other festivities! ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Full Gym at Stuart Community Center INSTRUCTOR Abbey Gingrich Jamie Ott

Super Sleuths: Mysteries of Forensic Science - Session 2 - Donnelly Building
Super Sleuths: Mysteries of Forensic Science Students will be introduced to investigative science while performing a variety of modified forensic techniques. Campers will investigate evidence from simulated crime scenes to develop their observation skills and use deductive reasoning in order to draw evidence-based conclusions. Session Two: Girls Only that have completed 7th & 8th grades Monday - Friday, 9-3, June 13-17, 2016 Topics covered: advanced printing & hair analysis, blood typing, and chromatography 816-501-0011

2. Session II - Morning - UA College of Fine Arts
Visual Arts: From the homeland to the battlefront, art was used during WWII to promote duty and patriotism, capture historical moments and even as tactical strategy. Youll be stepping into the boots of the wartime poster artists behind the iconic Uncle Sam I Want YOU and Rosie the Riveter designs, combat artists that recorded the war firsthand and abstract artists that developed eye-manipulating military camouflage. Comedy: Abbott & Costello reigned as the 1940s "Kings Of Comedy," producing box office hits including "Buck Privates," "Hold That Ghost, and their 1948 monster masterpiece "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein." Their patter routine "Whos on First?" is one of the best-known comedy routines of all time. Recreate an Abott & Costello styled comedy to be filmed and aired before a live audiences during the performance of South Pacific! 5203190400.0

TH-1030 Thrilling Thursday - Roosevelt Park 08837
5 weeks; or children, 3-4; 5-6 years old, GROUPED BY AGE. Rain date, if needed: 5/26 Rovers Soccer Skill Building is directed by professional soccer coach and NJ Youth Soccer Hall of Fame Inductee, Spencer Rockman. This weekly, high energy session puts emphasis on skill-building games, which promotes maximum learning and enjoyment - enhanced by a small-sided match. These sessions are family-friendly, since siblings can play at the same time, divided according to age/ experience. Rovers accommodates all levels of play for boys and girls. Please bring a soccer ball and a water bottle. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on our website for more information. Be sure to read the email confirmation you receive after registering! 732-777-1600

Two Thumbs Up! - Ethical Culture
Watch great movies and learn about critiquing films. Develop a sense for recognizing the thematic (the directors goal of the film), dramatic (storytelling elements) and stylistic aspects (genre) of a movie. Besides having fun at the movies and eating popcorn each week with your friends, you can share your insights and newly found skills of thoughtfully critiquing a film. Well usually take two after school sessions to watch one movie. Each Monday well watch half of a film and follow with a brief discussion, which includes identifying key characteristics and sharing what we thought worked well or not. Learning how to critique a film makes movie watching that much more fun and exciting! Instructor: Renee Stork 212-712-6230

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