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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Carlyle: Session III - Carlyle House Historic Park
Camp Carlyle at Carlyle House Historic Park, in Old Town Alexandria, encourages children to explore history through challenging, engaging, and fun activities. We highly value and encourage inclusion of all campers in all activities. Campers will have the opportunity to learn about 18th century games, clothing, schooling, culinary techniques, trade and money, and city life. Campers will also have opportunities to take offsite field trips to other historic sites in Old Town Alexandria that include the George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Gadsbys Tavern Museum and the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum. The final day of camp includes an all-day offsite field trip to a historic site or museum. Past all-day offsite trips include George Washingtons Mount Vernon and George Masons Gunston Hall. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This camp is intended for rising 3rd to rising 6th graders. GRADES 3rd - 6th LOCATION Carlyle House Historic Park, Alexandria, VA INSTRUCTOR Vanessa Herndon
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Indian Creek Girl Scout Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
54.79 Miles
Address:
1720 Kaliste Saloom Rd Ste C1, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
Outdoor experiences to help girls develop self-potential, social skills, environmental awareness while having fun.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
Wawbansee
 
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Distance
54.79 Miles
Address:
1720 Kaliste Saloom Rd Ste C1, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Bethany Youth Camp 2016 - Twin Bridges, CA
Bethany Youth Camp is back and better than ever! We've added an extra day so make sure you plan to be out from Thursday 8/11 to Sunday 8/14. This year we have a bunch of exciting activities and experiences to share with you all! We can't wait for camp! To make the experience as smooth as possible please read below: *Apply online or in person* Some important dates to remember: Earlybird price: $155 Price increase after 6/26: $175 Price increase after 7/10: $195 7/31 is the last day to register *note there is a 5% fee if you pay online to avoid the fee pay in cash at the information table If you feel that you qualify for a discount, please ask our friendly staff for a price adjustment request form Any requests for a discount are due by 6/23 Cabin Registration begins 6/23 *note: Cabin space is limited For more information * Visit our website: http://www.bethanyouth.org/camp/ * Stop by our table after Sunday and Thursday services * or contact the Youth Secretary, Taia, at (916) 806-2021 (9am-6pm)

Teen Camp 1 - Grass Valley, CA
Speaker: David Brock Cost: $360

Youth Camp Fundraiser - Akron, OH
Let our students serve you to raise money for camp opportunities this summer! Can't make it but would like to donate? Just click this link for our sponsorship opportunities: https://cornerstonefmc.breezechms.com/form/1ec8ca Dinner includes salad, drinks and dessert – as well as chances to enter various raffles. Purchase tickets at the Welcome Center OR use this link: https://cornerstonefmc.breezechms.com/form/034271 Adults $8 pre-sale, $10 at the door. Ages 4-12 are $3. Ages 3 and under are free!

Being Jewish on Campus - West Hartford, CT
Being Jewish on campus can be confusing. Many colleges offer a range of ways to enhance your Jewish experience - but college can also challenge some deeply held beliefs, especially with regard to Israel and international politics. This program brings 11th and 12th graders and their parents together with the experts in the field for a deeper conversation about what it means to be Jewish on campus. The program will feature: -Cafe Dilemma, a teens-only conversation with a professional young adult facilitator -A parent discussion with Stephanie Hausner, Director of Community Strategy for IAN - The Israel Action Network -A panel discussion by local college students Kindly RSVP to Stacy Jennings by Tuesday, November 1 to [email protected] or 860.737.6130 Event Committee: Melissa Weinstock, Chair - Staci Coelho - Robin Fierston - Caroyln Gitlin - Wendy Habelow - Charna Kaufman - Dana Keller - Robin Landau - Ellen Rosenberg - Judy Singer Presented by JTConnect and by the Jewish Community Relations Council, The Commission on Jewish Education and Leadership, and the Women's Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford

Fall Teen Adventure Weekend - West Branch, MI
Canoe trip on the Au Sable River with overnight lodging at YMCA Camp Timbers. Co-ed, ages 13-17. Join YMCA Camp Timbers staff for a TEEN ADVENTURE WEEKEND canoeing the Au Sable River! The weekend begins with a Friday night stay at Camp Timbers before launching on the Au Sable River Saturday morning. After spending Saturday canoeing the river, participants return to Camp Timbers in the evening to enjoy S’mores around a campfire. The weekend ends with debriefing, unpacking, and a sampling of adventure activities at camp on Sunday. Cost is $75 for Y members and $90 for non-members and includes: meals, lodging, use of canoeing gear, transportation between Camp Timbers and the Au Sable River, and programming. Contact Brian or Brooke at the Saginaw Y at 989-753-7721 or message YMCA Camp Timbers on Facebook with questions.

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Galaxy Robotics Summer Camp - Piedmont High School
Galaxy Robotics is offering a standard class for elementary and middle school students. Over the course of the week, students will design and build their own drivable robot. On the last day of class, a small, friendly competition will be held for students to experience a real tournament environment. The class features the VEX robotics design system, a system that allows for any style of robot to be built. Students will be placed on robot-building teams consisting of 3 to 4 students each, teaching not only technology but also teamwork. Campers are welcome to enroll individually or with friends. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is designed for participants entering 3rd through 8th grade. LOCATION Piedmont High School Room 12 at Piedmont High School INSTRUCTOR Galaxy Robots Staff

Chicago Bulls Basketball Camp - Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center
Learn the fundamentals of basketball in a fun and positive environment. All participants receive a t-shirt, basketball and bag. AGE CATEGORY Youth and Teen LOCATION Court 1 at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center Court 3 at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center Court 2 at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center

Exploring French Cooking - St. Johns Episcopal School
What makes French cuisine unique? Well learn how to choose the best ingredients and prepare basic dishes and sauces. After one week, campers will be able to plan, purchase, and prepare a basic French meal at home. If you love food and love to cook, this camp is for you! 213.328.9131 x224

Week 2 3 Full Days Westport Summer All Sports Camp - Greens Farms Elementary School
For Boys and Girls ages 4-12. We are very excited about our location for the Summer!! This camp offers a combination of traditional sports games like floor hockey, soccer, basketball, flag football, handball, wiffleball, physical education activities such as tag games, pinball, battleship, virtual space tag, north south, gold rush, capture the football, and various cooperative games. We ask that our full day campers bring a (peanut butter free) snack and lunch and water bottle, and our half day campers bring a peanut butter free snack and water bottle. Children are divided by age into small groups and will participate in developmentally appropriate activities for their groups. Generally the groups contain children of no more than a year apart and we do our best to maintain an 8:1 ratio of campers to coaches and sometimes even 6:1 for our youngest groups. Choose any 3 full days you would like!! 9:00AM-4:00PM NO CAMP JULY 4TH Instructors: Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598

H20 Adventures - Beat the Heat - Rengstorff Park
Imagine a camp where youth can learn swimming techniques, enjoy free swim with friends, and then spend the rest of the day playing awesome high activity games and crafts. Now imagine that this dream actually exists. We bring your H2O Adventures. Along with traditional outdoor camp activities and games, each participant will receive 30 minutes of swim instruction (provided by aquatic staff) followed by 15 minutes of free swim each morning, except on field trip days. Participants should arrive wearing a bathing suit with a towel and pre-applied sunscreen (Mon-Thur) with active running clothes and shoes in a bag. Every Friday, we?ll be going on an exciting field trip. One t-shirt will be provided to each participant for the summer session. Depending on the week, breakfast and lunch may or may not be provided. When the sun is at its peak, it?s the shade we shall seek. We?ll be playing fun water games and activities all week long, because we know summer gets HOT. On Friday, we?ll be taking a cool break at Aqua Adventure Park. AGE CATEGORY Youth (5-14) LOCATION RP Small Field 3 at Rengstorff Park INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff

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