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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Circus Camp - Mountain View Sports Pavilion
Back by popular demand - Circus Camp! Learn Circus Skills such as Trapeze, juggling, globe, diabolo, rolla bolla, and tumbling! All students will participate in a circus show for parents on the last day of camp. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For half-day camp, bring a snack each day. For full-day camp, bring a lunch each day. Campers need to wear closed toed shoes and clothes that they can move in (we go upside down). AGE CATEGORY Youth (5-14) LOCATION MVSP Full Court at Mountain View Sports Pavilion INSTRUCTOR 888 Monkeys Staff
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John Knox Center
 
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Distance
15.39 Miles
Address:
591 W Rockwood Ferry Rd, Ten Mile, Tennessee 37880
On the shores of beautiful Walls Bar Lake.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Tate's Day Camp
 
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Distance
24.91 Miles
Address:
9215 Bob Gray Rd, Knoxville, Tennessee 37923
Inspired staff creates totally safe and caring environment. Beautiful 50 acre landscape, 3 pools, exciting activities.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Camp Sky-Wa-Mo
 
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Distance
25.73 Miles
Address:
1567 Downtown West Blvd, Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Self-reliance skills development, decision making and leadership offered in a safe secluded wilderness environment for girls, homelike amenities provided.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
AJCC Milton Collins Day Camp
 
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Distance
27.65 Miles
Address:
6800 Deane Hill Dr, Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
Campers grow as individuals, form long lasting friendships. Emerge as leaders, value team work. A fun & safe environment
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Counselor Training (CIT), Field Trips,...
Clyde Austin 4-H Center
 
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Distance
33.91 Miles
Address:
205 Morgan Hall, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
Convenently located in the mountains of East Tennessee. Modern facilities, private setting. Friendly staff & environment
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Clyde M York 4-H Center
 
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Distance
33.91 Miles
Address:
205 Morgan Hall, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
Spacious camp, wooded area, ropes course. Traditional programs. Challenging activities. Friendly staff & environment.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
William P Ridley 4-H Center
 
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Distance
33.91 Miles
Address:
205 Morgan Hall, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
Activities: Academics, Archery, Baseball/Softball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Football, Nature/Environmental Studies, Riflery,...
YMCA Camp Ocoee
 
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Distance
43.85 Miles
Address:
111 YMCA Dr , Ocoee, Tennessee 37361
YMCA Camp Ocoee excels in providing a quality traditional, overnight camping experience. Ranger camp is the flagship program established by Glen Ellis in 1923....
Activities: Adventure , Archery , Arts and Crafts ,...
BASEcamp at Bachman Academy
 
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Distance
50.89 Miles
Address:
, McDonald, Tennessee
BASEcamp at Bachman Academy is a co-ed day and residential camp specializing in academics for students with ADHD
Activities: Arts Camps: Arts and Crafts
Camp Cherith in the Carolinas - A Cedarbrook Camp
 
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Distance
59.16 Miles
Address:
6311 Bramblewood Dr, Hixson, Tennessee 37343
Camping ministry of Pioneer Clubs in middle southeast. All campers welcome. Low camper to staff ratio. Adult staff.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Kid's Holiday Art Camp - Rhome, TX
Kids 6 through 12

Growing Goddess Rites of Passage Summer Camp - Candler, NC
Growing Goddess Rites of Passage Summer Camp A Nature-based Rites of Passage Camp honoring the sacred time when a girl is becoming a woman. Through supportive sisterhood, fun, ritual and nature connection each young woman's inner gifts and natural authenticity emerge. The blossoming woman is nourished through connection to nature and community. Elder/Auntie Council Star Stories on the Bald: Constellations and their Mythos Cacao Ceremony and Sound Healing Plants as Teachers, Food and Medicine Friction Fire Rites of Passage Guiding Myths Medicine of the Dreamtime Full Day Summer Solstice Ritual: Celebration of the Maiden Flower and Stone Alchemy: learning to make your own essences. Body Wisdom Making Leather Womb Power Belts: Beautiful beads, animal talismans, leather crafting, celebrating the belly mind and wise womb with a belt to be worn for decades to come. Red Tent Celebration and Honoring: Celebrating all girls and young women: those who are near bleeding and those who have already begun bleeding. A special and sacred evening, we do not share exactly the ceremony as it is a very special surprise for the young women! Dancing Freedom: An elemental dance wave, danced outside with your sisters. to learn more about this practice.

Mermaid Kid's Art Camp - North Wilkesboro, NC
What a wonderful way to spend time with friends and family! This class is $25 per child. Ask about our sibling discount. Color changes are available as well. Pair with the Carousel Horse event on the 16th for $45. Be sure to call our front desk to reserve your spot!

2016 Kids Camp & Summer Fun Fair - Columbus, GA
Come find their fun! Join us Sunday, March 13 at 12 noon at the National Infantry Museum for the 6th Annual Kids Camp & Summer Fun Fair. FREE!! We'll have vendors, games, giveaways & special guests! #KidsCampFair ~Shop over 40 vendors to find enriching and entertaining activities for your kids (ages 2-14) ~Visit our area's #1 attraction... the NIM. Explore the museum, try a battle simulator or catch a movie on the Giant Screen. ~Enjoy activites, crafts, prizes and special guests Arthur, Junie B. Jones and Princesses!! This event is sponsored by Church's Chicken, AutoNation Honda Columbus, Chill Yogurt & Pizzaria, East West Karate, St Francis Women's Hospital, Pediatric Dentistry, PMB Broadcasting and 107.7 The Truth. Powered by MuscogeeMoms.com and Family & Kids magazine.

Summer Teen Leadership // Grades 7-12 - Puyallup, WA
We're looking for teens entering 7-12th grades in the fall (12-18 years old) who are interested in volunteering, leadership, and having fun! Depending on grade/age teens can participate in a leaderhsip program that readies them to volunteer as camp counslors next summer. Older teens are eligible to be camp counselors this summer! Why Camp Fire? • Develop Leadership Skills • Complete Community Service Hours • Explore Nature & Wildlife • Learn Outdoor Cooking Methods • Teach Crafts, Games & Activities Follow the link for more info: http://bit.ly/1RX2Wtc Questions? Post a comment on this event or send an email to the Camp Director, Kim Combs: [email protected]

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2016 Youth Tennis (6-8 yrs) - City of Fort Morgan Recreation Department
A two week youth tennis camp! Participants will participate for 45 min each day for 10 days (Monday-Friday). Camp is organized by ages AND physical/skill level. Register your child in the group that seems most appropriate. Camp Objectives 4-6 Years Old: use tennis to develop basic skills of movement, catching, throwing and hitting, 30 minutes 6-8 Years Old: to develop athletic skills, technical and game skills for the tennis environment, 45 minutes 7-10 Years Old: to develop tennis-appropriate athletic, technical, game and competitive skills, 1 hour 9-11 Years Old: to combine tennis-appropriate technical, tactical, physical, and psychological skills for competition, 1 hour LOCATION TBA INSTRUCTOR Elizabeth Smith

Animal Olympics - EcoAdventures
Animal Olympics August 8th – August 12th 9am – 4pm (Ages 5 – 11) Monday – Friday READY, SET, GO… your just in time for the summer Olympics! So you think you can kick, bite, jump, and pull? How do stack up against the best? Now its your chance to prove it in this animal vs. kid smack down! How do you size up running against a Komodo Dragon? Can you hold your breath as long as a giant sea turtle? Pull as hard as a giant octopus, or bite as hard as a croc? EcoAdventures will provide the outdoor and indoor Arena you bring the skills. This August, its kids against beasts in a battle on the wild side. This is NO ordinary Olympics here at EcoAdventures. We will challenge you both physically and mentally. Do you have what it takes to lay down in cockroaches, eat bugs, race and alligator? We cant wait to see who wins GOLD, SILVER or BRONZE! Field trip: Easy Rider Horse Ranch Hanover, MD Learn about Equestrian science, riding, training, husbandry, and go on a pony ride or TRAIL ride and groom horses. Then go on a picnic and hike at Patuxent State Park. (see one day description below) (410) 279-5416

Video Game Design - CCC Activity Room B
You play the games, now learn to design and develop them. Working in teams students will create and develop their own video games, that they can take home and play. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A $20 material fee is required, which is payable to the instructor at the first class. AGE CATEGORY Youth/Teen LOCATION CCC Activity Room B at Circle City Center INSTRUCTOR Creative Staff

Tiny Scientist Day School - Tiny Scientist Day School
AT TINY SCIENTIST DAY SCHOOL, CHILDREN ARE ENCOURAGED TO LET CURIOSITY GUIDE THEIR LEARNING. WE SPEND OUR DAYS EXPLORING SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS, MATHEMATICS, LANGUAGE AND LITERACY THROUGH AN INTEGRATED, SCIENCE-BASED CURRICULUM. EACH DAY WE COME TOGETHER TO FORMULATE NEW QUESTIONS AND DISCOVER EXCITING WAYS TO ANSWER THEM IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO FOSTER A LIFELONG LOVE OF LEARNING. 7188328400.0

Science Level 2 Review - Ensworth High School
This course reviews and assesses mastery of the high school core skills as applied to one fundamental topic from each of the Level 2 trimesters. From the physics trimester the topic is projectile motion, from the chemistry trimester the topic is stoichiometry, and from the biology trimester the topic is natural selection. Students who pass this course have sufficient mastery of the high school core skills in science to enroll in upper level science electives. 615-383-0661

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