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Summer Camps in Providence, UT

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Little Aquanauts (Week 4 PM) - Wildlife Detectives - NESS
Follow clues to find the wildlife suspect of each day. Use microscopes, document cameras, and magnifying glasses as you journey to the NESS aquariums, tide pools, the shoreline, and into the Harbor on a boat. Perform a crab dissection and venture to new habitats by kayak, foot, and snorkel. Includes: 1 boat trip on the Dodsons Launch 860-535-9362

Latest Review for Camp Danbee

Danbee--my summer home
Danbee is my second home. Every year i wait for camp. Camp is where i can leave my annoying home friends to be with my sisters. I live with my 9 sisters in a bunk and have the best time of my life summer after summer. Danbee has been a great experience for me i can be who i wanna be with out being judged. Most counslers are fanominal, they are like my summer parents who are all so kind and caring. Most facilities arent... Read More...


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Open House: Language Immersion Summer Camp - Davie, FL
Join us Saturday, April 9th at our 4th OPEN HOUSE of Season 17 of Language Immersion Summer Camp! Take advantage of our Early Bird Discounts and Payment Plan Options! Come meet your camp counselors and visit our beautiful campus!

Youth Mission Of Love Camp Out - Little Valley American Legion
Bring your blanket/sleeping bag and have a fun night camping out at the Little Valley Legion Pavilion & field …. And help the Orphans in Cambodia while you do it. Information & pledge sheets are available at the L.V. United Methodist Church, L.V. Wesleyan Church, Cattaraugus Trading Post or message the T.E.A.M. fb page and one will be mailed to you. Who: Youth in the community 3rd grade- 12th grade What: Camp Out for the Orphans in Cambodia Where: Little Valley Legion Pavilion/Field When: Friday, August 14th begins at 6:30 thru Saturday, August 15th 10:30 a.m. How: Pick up a pledge sheet & get family & neighbors to support you for the event. Bring just your sleeping bag or blanket and a willing heart to give up all your comforts of home for one night to help another child. This event is open to all kids grades 3rd- 5th and 6th-12th Note: we will have age appropriate activities for both groups attending. By signing the pledge sheet you agree to camp outdoors for the night bringing only plastic tarps, sheets, or cardboard boxes for shelter construction & only 1 blanket with you. (No pillows!) You...

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.

Kid Advertising Camp: Ages 5-11 years old - Drop-off class - Ellisvil
Create storyboards, design CD covers, design packaging, design magazine ads and much more. A new, fun theme for each class. Register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NHJQ9T3 Also: July 24 July 30 July 31 $30 per class/child for one class, $25 per child/class for more than one class. 10% discount for sibling or friend referral Bring your own lunch

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Spring Break Week - EcoAdventures
This excitement packed week has themes including: So You Want to Be an Animal Trainer?, Feeding Frenzy, "Rock" n Roll, Spring Peepers, & Cookies and Canvas. (410) 279-5416

Jr. Tiger Summer Camp 2016 All Skills (Overnighters) - University Field
This is the registration for the Jr. Tiger overnighters. Here your camper will check-in the morning of June 14th. A time will be determined closer to the camp date. 573-882-3942

Session 3: Leadership Training - The Hitchcock Center for the Environment
CAMP Leadership Training Camp is back for its third season in Summer 2016! We are thrilled to be continuing this program as a two-week session jam-packed with outdoor adventures, group challenges, nature hikes and leadership discussions. This exciting camp is a combination of all the usual Hitchcock camp games and songs and leadership skills that will apply to being a Junior Counselor at Hitchcock and just in life! We hope to incorporate our favorite activities from last year, such as rock climbing, the ropes course challenge and our camping overnight, and go on new trips too. Well get a chance to both work with the younger campers to put what we learn into practice and to be campers ourselves playing in the woods and exploring nature. This camp is designed for all Hitchcock campers ages 11-13 (entering sixth through eighth grade) whether youre a first-time Leader in Training or returning from last year. 4132566006.0

Chess Camp, Afternoon - Francis W Parker
Chess Wizards introduces students to the magical world of chess. Campers learn how to play and master chess techniques from our renowned Chess Wizards. They learn cool chess openings, midgame tactics (including forks, pins, discovered attacks and more) and endgames concepts. The camp caters to all levels of chess players, and participants are divided into Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Wizards. All participants receive a Chess Wizards t-shirt and earn a trophy. Full-day campers receive a chess board their friends can autograph! This class is offered by Chess Wizards (chesswizards.com). Chess campers must bring their own peanut-free bag lunches and drinks. Refrigerated facilities are not provided. An insulated lunch box with an ice pack is recommended. 773.797.5104

Robotics Adventures - College Prep Middle
Robotics Adventures – (5th Grade) Students will build a Robot using Mindstorms robotics equipment. Students will then learn how to program and manipulate the Robot with coding on a laptop. There is a limit to 16 children for the class. The curriculum for the Robotics Club is different for each quarter, allowing for new material to be added per quarter. But the different curriculum also allows for new students to join in without having had previous Robotics experience. Students do not need to bring anything to the Club. All is provided. - Classroom TBD 619-500-6498

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