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Summer Camps in Pleasant Grove, AL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Cheer Camp PreK - Kindergarten 2 Week Option - Unami Park
Individual Instruction Skill Development 10 to 1 Camper to Coach Ratio Cheers Spirit Chants Jumps Stunts Dance Routines Cheer Showcase Fundamentals will be taught daily 9:00 - 9:10 Attendance 9:10 - 9:25 Stretch and Calisthenics 9:25 – 10:25 Cheer and Chants 10:25 – 10:35 Snack 10:35 – 11:00 Dance 11:00 Pick –up for Pre-K - K 11:00 – 11:40 Stunts and Jumps 11:40 – 12:00 Spirit Demo 12:00 Pick-up Grades 1-9 9084970106.0
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Camp Fire USA Camp Fletcher
 
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8.08 Miles
Address:
106 Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Camp Fletcher programs give youth a chance to live and share with others, discover and build individual skills, and increase appreciation of the natural...
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Leadership Development, Music, Nature/Environmental...
Camp Fire West Day Camp
 
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8.08 Miles
Address:
106 Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Dance, Drama, Field Trips, Nature/Environmental Studies, Performing...
Anderel Program Center
 
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18.38 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Outstanding staff and beautiful facilities located on the Elk River. We offer girls learning adventures in a warm, supportive atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Fishing, Leadership...
Camp Cottaquilla
 
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18.38 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Traditional Girl Scout camp with emphasis on fun, friend-making, & lots of speciality programs. Fantastic counselors.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Drama, Fishing,...
Camp Trico
 
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Distance
18.38 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Outstanding staff and beautiful facilities on Tennessee River offer young girls learning adventures in a warm & supportive atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Kanawahala Program Center
 
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Distance
18.38 Miles
Address:
105 Heatherbrooke Park Dr, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope...
Winnataska
 
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Distance
30.38 Miles
Address:
260 Winnataska Dr, Pell City, Alabama 35128
Christian camping since 1918.Yr round retreat & conference facility with excellent ropes course & horseback riding prog
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Camp Cosby YMCA
 
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Distance
40.07 Miles
Address:
2290 Paul Bear Bryant Rd, Alpine, Alabama 35014
Large variety of programs on beautiful lakeside setting. Top quality staff focused on YMCA core values. Air conditioned cabins. Life-long friends, skills, fun....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback...
Sumatanga
 
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51.23 Miles
Address:
3616 Sumatanga Rd, Gallant, Alabama 35972
Sumatanga is a place of rest and vision in the foothills of north Alabama. Great views of the mountains anytime of year.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Hiking, Religious...
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Pleasant Grove, AL Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

1st (of 6) Kid's Ballet Themed Camps ages 4-6yrs, Tues & Thurs 2-4pm,
We have 6 Camps $44 per week ($24 Single Day Drop-In) Only 2 weeks (on Tues & Thurs) out of each Summer month. 1st Camp, June - Tues 21st & Thurs 23rd 2nd Camp, June - Tues 28th & Thurs 30th 3rd Camp, July - Tues 19th & Thurs 21st 4th Camnp, July - Tues 26th & Thurs 28th 5th Camp, Aug - Tues 9th & Thurs 11th 6th Camp, Aug - Tues 16th & Thurs 18th Dress Code will be more relaxed but still able to move and dance in, preferably leotard and tights and Ballet shoes with hair out of face...and no clothing with glitter ;) We also ask that Parents drop kids off and pick back up, NO Peeking or Sitting and watching until we present our Showcases on the Thursdays 3:55pm :) We will hold the Camps if we have a minimum of 2 dancers but will cap each day at 10 dancers. If your camp is canceled due to low enrollment, you will be fully refunded! We will be doing new Themes with dances from Ballets each week! With appropriate roles for boys and girls! List of themes below... Sleeping Beauty (Puss and Boots, the cats dance) Swan Lake Midsummer's Night Dream (Butterflies and Fairies) Nutcracker (Gingerbread dance) Sleeping Beauty...

Photos on the Go! Teen Photography Camp - Sharonville, OH
Tentative schedule for 2017 iPhonography Camp. Be sure to keep an eye out at GreatParks.org for the Early Bird Discounts! Ages 11-17, July 10-13, 2017 Join professional photojournalist Malinda Hartong as we explore the parks through photography. Learn how to take stunning photos on a smart phone and then edit them on the fly to create amazing works of art. Campers must bring their own smart phone, iPod Touch or tablet with a camera. Register via GreatParks.org We'll be exploring Sharon Woods! Can't wait!

All LA Campus and Teen: Back to School Devotional - Irvine, CA
We are excited to invite the whole Alpha Omega Campus Ministry and the Junior and Seniors from the teen ministry to a Back to School Devotional. Beginning at 5:30pm the Campus Ministries will host a campus fair for the Juniors and Seniors to get information about the campuses in which they are interested. At 6:00pm we will start our devotional. We will have a time of worship, hear testimonies, and listen to the word of God being preached. The fair will continue afterwards. Join us for an inspirational time together.

Kid’s Holiday Camp - Dayton, OH
Holiday Camps for Kids will be held December: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30 9 am to 4pm. Cost: $32/day; $85/week Ages: 4-13 year olds Before Care 7:30am-9:00am After Care 4pm-5:30pm Before and Aftercare can be provided at an additional charge. Contact Sandy Wright for more information [email protected]

Kid's Black Friday drop off camp - Mechanicsburg, PA
Send your kids (suggested ages 5-12) into our studio from 8am till noon for a morning of art. Cheese pizza lunch included. We will be making holiday gifts and even gift wrapping them! $50 per child - limited number of children. Purchase your spot here: http://www.rezclick.com/spritzandsplatter/index.php?page=classes#706

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Sew Cute (AM) - MA Lower School
This class is designed for beginners to sewing. Students will learn how to use the sewing machine and hand stitch, along with how to cut, safety pin, and baste fabric. Sewing teaches hand and eye coordination, as well as hand dexterity. The projects are fun and simple. To start our sewing tool collection, the first project we will complete is a pincushion. Oh, its sew cute! 6127287745 x2

Tennis Co-Ed - Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy
The NDP tennis camp will introduce the sport to newcomers, and provide further instruction to those who are experienced and want to compete at the high school level. The main goal of this camp is to help players improve their skills while learning tennis etiquette and good sportsmanship. The drills and exercises taught by current NDP coaches and players are both fun and useful for tennis and other sports. What to wear/bring: Athletic attire, tennis shoes and socks, tennis racquet, towel and water bottle. (Rain day June 17). Please note our new cancellation policy. A 50% fee of the cost of the camp shall be applied to an individual who cancels. All participants must register online. No paper applications are accepted.* Location: NDP Tennis Courts 248-373-5300

Afternoon Newcomer Camp - Stanford University
The philosophy of the Newcomer Golf Camp is to introduce the game of golf to juniors aged between 5 and 12 with either no experience or a couple of years of instruction. Campers will learn the fundamentals of the game in a safe, fun and stimulating environment. Instruction will be given at a pace intended to maintain the attention of campers and at the same time be appropriate for each individuals skill level. Active and energetic instructors will lead the youngsters through a series of games and exercises that will develop confidence and passion for the game. Groups will be organized by current skill level. The camp environment is designed to allow participants to meet other young golfers and help foster an enthusiasm and passion for the game. This camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by age, number, grade level and/or gender). 6507252052.0

Nest - The Prairie School
The Hawks Haven Nest provides our youngest campers with the same quality and diverse program found in our Primary Camp. Campers participate in fun, active, enriching activities that are developmentally appropriate. While these children will not participate in off­-campus field trips, we will bring special events and activities to campus just for them! A typical day will include both individual and small group activities with an emphasis on: • Developing social skills • Providing cognitive challenges • Learning to cooperate and function successfully in a group • Exploring • Building self­-confidence • Learning to make choices • Developing a love of learning • Character Development • Creative Thinking Every day will include indoor activities ­ writing, painting, cutting, and puzzles ­ and outdoor activities like water fun and great games. Both give your child a chance to develop gross and fine motor skills and include free choice as well as instructor-­led activities. Because of our busy schedule, all the children can benefit from rest or down time where a nap or story time is encouraged. -- Activity themes vary from week to week and include: Space Adventure Week - wonderful adventures exist in the final frontier; American Landmarks Week -... (262)752-2680

Debate Camp 2.0 - Recreation and Cultural Center
Debate Camp 2.0 (Grades 6 - 9) Debate Camp 2.0 is limited to participants who have already completed a week of Debate Camp in the summer of 2015, or who are registered for a week of Debate Camp for summer 2016 (If plan on registering for both programs at the same time you must register in person). It will be a faster moving and more advanced program designed to sharpen debate and mock trial skills at a more competitive level. Less time will be spent on the acquisition of skill through mini-lessons and modeling and more time will be spent engaged in competitive debates, mock trials, and political campaigns. Since less time will be devoted to the direct teaching of the fundamental debate and persuasive communication techniques, campers will be engaged in more debates and mock trials throughout the week. Campers will also be working in campaign teams to draw from the ideas of existing presidential candidates to design their own original political platform and run in a Mock-Campaign/Election for President of the United States! Post camp care will be offered at the Plainsboro Recreation and Cultural Center for an additional fee. Registration for post camp must be...

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