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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Jump Start Flag Football - Rotary Park
The All Pro Football camp will teach campers the basic fundamentals of football in an atmosphere that emphasizes sportsmanship, teamwork and the joy of sports. This program is ideal for children who have never played organized football, as well as those who have played youth football for several years. In addition to learning fundamentals, techniques and strategies of the sport, campers will participate in flag football games every day as well as fun games and contests such as "Punt, Pass, and Kick" and "NFL Fast Football". The week will culminate in a fun "super bowl" on the last day of camp which parents will be invited to attend. Campers will receive a T-shirt GRADES 1 - 6 LOCATION Soccer Field 2 Rotary at Rotary Park INSTRUCTOR Jump Start Sports, LLC
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Camp Aldersgate
 
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Distance
41.21 Miles
Address:
2000 Aldersgate Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
Traditional camp for children & youth with physical, medical, and developmental challenges.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aerobics/Exercise, Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor...
Joseph Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp
 
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Distance
49.03 Miles
Address:
5512 Ferndale Cut Off Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223
Free. 24 hour supervision. Effective discipline model. Also have 6 week local school program for grades 3-5. At risk.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community...
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Pine Bluff, AR Summer Camps

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Xtreme Kids Camp - Clinton, NC
FREE!!! * 10am-1pm * Kindergarten & Up * Free lunch will be provided * Come prepared to get wet * Sampson Center Field (808 Barden St) * Hosted by Olive Grove Church & Barefoot Church

SKF/RFS Charity Boot Camp for Hope Kids Community - Sarasota, FL
Stephen and Claire Kelley from Stephen Kelley Fitness (SKF), along with Real Fitness Sarasota, bring you another charity boot camp. 100% of the money raised goes DIRECTLY to Hope Kids Community! More details to come! As always this event will be VERY KID FRIENDLY and is always a great time! Below is what Hope Kids Community is all about: Vision: To serve homeless children and those in need through the love of a caring community! Mission: To facilitate the community involvement through annual Days of Hope. (medical and dental exams, haircuts, photos, school supplies, etc.) To coach and launch faith based organizations to continue relationships with the children. process Help: To bring awareness of the great needs of homeless children and those in need in our communities. Organize: Annual Days of Hope with community resources, local merchants, and volunteers. Promote: Transition of Day of Hope kids to faith based organizations to continue relationships. Enhance: Better self worth and image, creating better attitude, attendance, grades, and life! www.hopekc.org

Rock The Lake 2016: "Jamb 4 The Lamb"
This is our 3rd annual event. It is an all day music festival held on the grounds of Rock Lake Christian Assembly in Vestaburg, Mi. The day begins with a 5K run in the morning with the music starting at noon and continuing through the day and into the night.

Summer Day Camp - Marquette, NE
Is your child excited about camp but not quite ready to spend the night? Good news! Timberlake offers Day Camp every Wednesday of regular camp for children from Kindergarten to 5th Grade. Each Day Camp offers a rotation of different typical camp activities. We provide lunch for every camper, and they are put into small "cabin" groups, always in the care of our trained staff. NOTE: Preregistration for Day Camp is not necessary. If you wish, you can simply register and pay when you arrive at camp. Schedule 8:40-9 am - Check in (Follow the signs!) 9:30-11:30 - Rotation of games, camp activities 11:30-12:30 - Lunch and change for swimming 12:30-3:00 - Boats, swim time and camp store 3:00-3:30 - Bible Time with the camp pastor 4 pm - Pick up time What to Bring Wear clothes that can get dirty and muddy. Swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen for the lake. Water bottle. Optional: Snack money for the camp store (lunch is provided).

Kids In The Arts Fall Camp - Knoxville, TN
A kids in the arts camp with various teachers teaching their loves in art, dance, story and performance. Activities included dance, Improv games, sculpture, dream catcher making, watercolor, painting, zen doodle, stained "glass", paper making, poetry, storytelling and more. Artist teachers include Mimi Eichholz, Jennifer White, Felecia Outsey, Kristi Gilleon, Karl Hess, Claudio Barrientos, Cynthia Baglir and Noelle Harb. On Friday we will take a field trip to Narrow Ridge Eath Literacy Center. Chaperons are welcome as wellas drivers to transport kids! Camp is $200. Scholarships are available too so ask about that. We had a lot of fun last time so come and join us. We only have space for 10-12 kids. Check out the Kids In The Arts Summer Camp FB page to see what we did last time and see what we are all about. Also contact me, Karl Hess, for more info! Thank you!!

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E: Teen Intensive - Art Session - TitO Gate House
For those teens age 14-17 who would like to pursue the visual arts in more depth, we are offering a 2-week workshop that will be lead by local artists who work in a variety of mediums – painting, drawing, sculpting and journaling. This class will be held outdoors and blend exploration of the natural environment with the creative impulse. $475 for a 2-week session, August 8th-19th. 2pm-5:30pm. 978-465-2572

Tracy Aviary Art Camp for Kids - Tracy Aviary
Join us as we take art to Tracy Aviary. We will meet on location and will set-up our drawing boards to sketch the birds and their habitats. We will use several mediums including: pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, markers, and ink. This is a great time to learn new art techniques while spending time outdoors and seeing some amazing creatures. We will provide all the supplies as well as a VAI t-shirt for all students. You will need to come prepared with a water bottle, sunscreen (already applied), hat, and small folding chair. 801-474-3796

CSTC - Goalkeeper - Anderson/Trienens Turf Field
Join Northwestern Goalkeeper Trainer and former Pro, Ovidio Felcaro, for the goalkeeper-specific curriculum at the CSTC Camp. Players will be exposed to modern goalkeeper training techniques and coaching which will include (but is not limited to) footwork, basic handling, advanced handling, diving, cross management, distribution, and decision making. All goalkeepers will participate in a "college exposure" session at which ALL staff college coaches will be in attendance. Space in the Ovidio Felcaro Goalkeeper School is limited to ensure a personal experience for each camper. (Grades 9-12, will be divided according to age and skill level) College Soccer Training Center (*Intended for players who want to play in college*) 847-491-4392

M400 - Magical Monday - Metuchen YMCA
For children, 3 to 8 years old, GROUPED by AGE. Five weeks. Session held in the gym. 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 promote maximum learning and enjoyment - enhanced by a small-sided soccer match. These sessions are convenient for families, since siblings can play at the same time, divided according to age/ experience. Rovers accommodates all levels of experience for boys and girls. Make-ups can be arranged when the office is notified IN ADVANCE that a child will miss a session. Each child should bring a properly sized ball and a water bottle. In the case of questionable weather, class is held if the facility is open. Call or email the office if you have a question. 732-777-1600

NOVA Day Camp FOUR: Call of the Wild: Friends of the Forest - Keystone Science School Campus
Find out what makes the Summit County forests tick as they cycle through their succession. Learn about the effects of mountain pine beetle, fire, and human impact on our local environments and take a zipline tour through some of Colorados beautiful woodlands. Explore the world of forest management through the eyes of a miner on a mine tour and as an FDRD volunteer. So, make like a tree and leaf on this exciting celebration. Leadership Focus: Diversity 970-455-4228

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