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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Girls ROCK! - Petra Cliffs
Ages 11-15. Join into the fun of being in the wilderness with our amazing female leaders. This expedition is about reminding each other that girls ROCK! Swing from the Bolton Adventure Center ropes course, hike & climb at the Falls of Lana, and explore the depths of Weybridge or Morris Cave-- the new friends, confidence and self-esteem will be unavoidable! 802-657-3872
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Ewalu Camp and Retreat Center
 
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34.79 Miles
Address:
37776 Alpha Ave, Strawberry Point, Iowa 52076
Year-round Lutheran affiliated camp,Christ-centered summer Bible camp program,youth & family retreats, high & low ropes course, environmental education program.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service,...
YMCA Camp Wapsie
 
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36.09 Miles
Address:
2174 Wapsie Y Rd, Coggon, Iowa 52218
Outstanding & well-trained staff. Self-esteem specialty, friendly, warm, free choice adventures.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Leadership Development, Riflery,...
Camp Invention - Iowa
 
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44.18 Miles
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, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
This summer
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
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Worldwide Youth Awareness Cancer campaign - Desert Hot Springs, CA
(One Million people in pink cancer support. ) Send your pictures in asap support the movement. Help Me Go Pink For Cancer Youth Awareness Fundraiser (Be the first to post your photo's wearing pink. Thanks! Our goal is to spread awareness and educate the youth. Help Me Reach my goal of One Million people wearing pink worldwide.

OUTDOOR YOUTH DAY - West Palm Beach, FL
Outdoor Youth Day is February 4,2017 at the Everglades Youth Camp 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This will be the Florida Sportsmens Conservation Association 14th Annual Outdoor Youth Day Event and It’s FSCA bigiest day of the year. This event has buggy rides, airboat rides, pony rides, and canoeing, archery, gun range instruction, fishing and wildlife shows to reach kids of all ages and show them the benefits of being outdoors instead of in front of a TV. This annual event had over 1,000 participants that came last year and over 100 volunteers that worked the whole day. Please call Caroll at 561 795-1375 for more information.

Accent Music Summer Camp Performance - Pittsburgh, PA
A performance of two musicals written by the students. A Christmas Carol in July Villain Insiders: Mother Knows Best

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Summer Camp - East Amherst, NY
August 29th - September 2nd 9:00am - 12:00pm Elementary School $139/Week $29/Daily Drop In Join us for a full week camp celebrating the ten Diary of a Wimpy Kid books! Campers will create their own non-diary full of thoughts and cartoons, participate in themed games and crafts, and find out just what life is like for Greg Heffley. Have you ever wondered what you would look like as a cartoon? During this week of learning and fun, we will be creating our very own cartoon versions of ourselves! We’ll laugh as we make our own non-diaries, run from “The Cheese Touch” and test our wimpy kid knowledge. Monday, August 29, 2016 Social Studies: Author Study - Who is Jeff Kinney? Cooperative Learning: Wimpy Kid Trivia Art: Make Your Own Non-Diary ELA: Fregley’s Phrases Science: Building Muscles with Greg Art: How to Draw the Wimpy Kid Characters Tuesday, August 30, 2016 Art: Wimp Yourself Cartoon Drawings Cooperative Learning: The Cheese Touch Game Writing: Non-Diary Journaling ELA: Character Personalities and Tone of Voice Lesson Culinary Arts: Decorate Greg Cupcakes Wednesday, August 31, 2016 ELA: Writing Workshop - A Day in the Life of Greg Heffley Art: Greg Heffley Masks Cooperative Learning: Dog Days Expert Interviews Social Studies: Going Unplugged - Life Without Technology Math: Guess the Weight of the Hog - A...

Overland Kids Halloween Party
Mark your calendars, put on your costume and join us for a fun spooky night with all your friends. We will have costume contests by age groups, pizza and a drink for the kids, scavenger hunt, games and prizes, and candy! This is a free, safe, indoor trick-or-treating event open to children ages 2 to 12 of Overland Residents, Overland Business Owners, and City of Overland Employees and their families. Parents are required to accompany their children for the entire duration of their stay. Registration will start on October 1st and will end on October 29, or until the maximum number has been registered. This event will be held on Friday October 30 in the gymnasium at the Overland Community Center from 6-8:15 pm, with check in time between 5:45 – 6:45 p.m. only. All participants must be in costume and donate at least one can food item to enter the event. Register on Oct. 1 and be one of the first 175 overland kids entered into this year’s extraordinary Kids Halloween Party.

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Mad Science: Fun with Physics (06/20/2016) - BounceU - Apex
Morning Activity: Gravity....Inertia....Centripetal force...who could ever imagine that an introduction to physics could be so much fun? Well experience these awesome forces for ourselves and build some cool devices to watch them at work! Build a rocket from recycled materials, a gravity simulartor, and more! Learn the secrets behind a tablecloth trick and discover Newtons Laws of Motion and more in this hands-on program all about motion (Age 7-11) Afternoon: Mindstorm Lego Robotics Project 919-303-3368

Feathers, Fur, and Scales - Vasona Lake County Park
Investigate different kinds of animals from head to toe and from the inside out. Learn how snakes slither and eat without chewing. Study one of natures greatest predators and understand the unique features that allow owls to see small objects in the dark and look behind themselves. Examine bones, fur, feathers, claws, teeth, scales, and skeletons to learn more about these and many other animal adaptations. Meet the YSI animal ambassadors and look for wild animals in the park to see how these adaptations help animals to survive in many different environments. 408-827-5507

Tumbling for Tots Add-On - Lower School
Boys and girls ages 3 to 5 get to improve their tumbling skills through a variety of exercises that develop strength and coordination. Arts and crafts are also an integral part of this add-on program, as little ones get to spend part of their day tumbling and part of their day creating a fun art project. (516) 750-3104

Camp - Spring Break - KEYSTONE COMMUNITY CENTER
At North Miamis annual Spring Break Camp campers will have a great time with old and new friends. Campers will stay busy with indoor and outdoor supervised activities, field trips, and a party. This program will provide campers with more then the recommedned 60 minutes of daily physical activity. Fee includes all trips, actvities, daily snacks and related transportation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please bring this receipt on first day of camp. Fee includes all trips, activities, daily snacks and related transportation. Campers must bring a bagged lunch daily. Our refund policy is to provide a 100% refund for anyone who submits a written request prior to the start of the session. Any written request received after the first day of the session will be processed with a $20 administrative fee. After the third day of the session, there will be no refunds. A BIRTH CERTIFICATE is required for each child registered. Additionally, only parents and legal guardians are permitted to register their children. LOCATION Keystone Community Center - 13040 NE Ixora Ct. - (305) 893-0521 INSTRUCTOR Marco DUrbano

Hound of the Baskervilles: A Comic Thriller - Mainstage Play - OCS Arts Center
* CAST MEMBERS SELECTED BY AUDITION. REGISTER ONLY IF SELECTED. * Sherlock Holmes and his faithful sidekick, Dr. John Watson, have left on an extended holiday throughout Europe, leaving their nieces — Shirley Holmes and Jennie Watson — to keep an eye on the famous flat at 221B Baker Street. In this fast-paced adaptation, full of wailing hounds, thundering hooves, and the slithering mists of the moor, Shirley and Jennie follow the trail of evidence and intrigue until, at last, they are confronted by the ravenous Hound itself! Full of British comedy and fun characters.Directed by Teresa Boling REHEARSALS: Wednesdays and Fridays, 4:30 - 6:30 pm PUBLIC PERFORMANCES: April 21, 22, and 23 at 7:00 pm 502-241-6018

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