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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Mythical Marionettes & Show (A.M.) with Ansley Young - Westerly Creek Elementary (Art Room)
Teachers: Ansley Young and Pam Peters lead young artists in creating a fully functional four legged creature marionette from wood, paint, rope and more. After reading and researching myths and fairy tales, kids use their findings to construct a magical being and develop a story to tell. The story will be told in a 10-15 minute performance at the end of the week. We close online registration 24 hours prior to camp start. If you want to register at that time, please call 720-299-1806 OR 303-349-0961. 303-349-0861
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Camp Sandcastle
 
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500 N Shoreline Blvd Ste 610N, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
A day camp for children with diabetes. Children enjoy the fun of camp & camp activities while learning diabetes management. Skills provide a lifetime...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Premont, TX Summer Camps

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CHARGE District Youth Fall Retreat
Cost is $60 for the weekend. All teens grades 7-12 are invited to attend. See Pastor Christopher for registration forms. Invite a friend.....or 5!

Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17

Kid's Holiday Art Camp - Rhome, TX
Kids 6 through 12

Kid's Camp- AM Session Create Your Favorite Animal From Clay - Jenkint
Join us for a No School Kid's Art Camp from 10 am - 1 pm. We'll be making our favorite animals out of clay. The class is for ages 8+ and $35. Please pack a lunch or snack and drink. Please call the studio to register 215-885-4545. Registration is required.

Youth Camp - Georgetown, KY


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En Garde! Olympic Fencing (16102A) - Cary Academy
En Garde! Experience the thrill of sword fighting through the Olympic sport of fencing in a fun, fast-paced, and exciting environment. New and returning campers will discover the art of swordplay, develop fencing skills, learn about the rules and history of the sport, and hear about fencing in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Fencers will engage in a wide array of games and skill-building activities designed to teach the sword-fighting technique. All equipment is provided and safety is emphasized. Campers should wear comfortable athletic clothing and closed-toe shoes. 919-677-7839

Battalion Adventure #3 - Camp Hickory Hill
Daily specials like Capture the Flag and Cross Fire!! Swimming, campfires, initiatives and sports!! Activities that include the climbing wall, archery, riflery, canoeing and fishing!! All while creating lifetime friendships and learning about God, His love, and how He wants to work through you. Sunday: 3 PM to 4:30 PM Check-In Friday: 5:25 PM Line-up 5:35 Brief Program 6:00 SUPPER! 6:30 Hayrides * Store * Visit the Pond * Climbing Wall * Hike 716-631-5028

Nike Tennis - Nike Campus
Boys/Girls Grades 2nd - 10th From novice to high performance, our ANSC Tennis Camp program suits every player from eight years of age and up. In intensely supervised practices, our team oriented coaching staff focuses on developing your game style, improving fundamentals, getting you in tip-top shape, and making you a tougher competitor regardless of your ability level. A specialized program has been developed to help each athlete learn how to move more efficiently on the court. By performing movement skills on the court, as opposed to off the court, we create a much better learning environment. 5033294899.0

Week 5: Improv! - The MacDuffie School
Interested in letting your creativity run wild on stage? Then choose Improv this summer! Improvisational theatre (Improv) is any unscripted theatrical performance. Completely spontaneous and absolutely wild, improv develops stage presence and interpersonal skills! Each day will be filled with fun stage games and activities including scenarios made popular by the TV show Whose Line is it Anyway? and many more. Friday afternoon will feature a short improvisational skit for parents and fellow camp-goers. Lunch and afternoon activities/field trips included. 413-255-0000 x107

Astronomical Wonders AM - Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
How do objects move through space? Does their movement affect our sense of direction and time? Become a space observer and learn to identify constellations and planets. Explore telescopes and other observation tools and see how astronomers investigate deep space objects. 919-962-1236

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