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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Beginning Piano (16211P) - Cary Academy
Unleash the musician in you! Decode the mysteries of written music to play dozens of funky tunes accompanied by your very own virtual band. Jam on the keyboard with your friends and tackle the challenge of music theory video games that help you hone your skills. Play a concert at the end of the week and take DiamondPiano.com home with you to keep progressing through the rest of the summer. This camp is for brand new beginners with no prior piano experience. 919-677-7839
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Indian Creek Girl Scout Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
14.7 Miles
Address:
1720 Kaliste Saloom Rd Ste C1, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
Outdoor experiences to help girls develop self-potential, social skills, environmental awareness while having fun.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
Wawbansee
 
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Distance
14.7 Miles
Address:
1720 Kaliste Saloom Rd Ste C1, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Uskichitto Retreat Center
 
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Distance
44.77 Miles
Address:
PO Box 118, Leblanc, Louisiana 70651
We offer a great Christian camp experience. Community is built in a safe environment where campers are given an opportunity to grow in their...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Rayne, LA Summer Camps

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Bay Area Seminoles Free Youth Cheer Camp - Oakland, CA
Free Youth Cheer Camp Ages 5 - 14 Spaces are limited !!! Bay Area Seminoles Youth Cheer Camp May 14 From 10am - 1pm | Registration starts at 9:30am. Castlemont High School Cheer Room 8601 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland, Ca All participants must RSVP BY May 11th. To RSVP Email: [email protected] or Call 925.206.2843 *All participants will receive a $50 credit towards the Seminoles Cheer Program

Summer Camp 2 - Folsom, LA


Teen Camp 2015! - China Lake Conference Center
http://mainenyi. com/ministries/teen-camp/ Teen camp July 27-31

Teen Overnighter - Spiceland, IN
Come join us for a fun weekend of games, good food and learning more from God's word! Cost is $50 a person . Transportation will be provided.

$10 Mardi Gras Art Camp for kids! - Ocean Springs, MS
KIDS OF ALL AGES are welcome to join us! Choose from 10 pre-sketched designs! The cost is $10 per canvas. Reservations for ADULTS are NOT accepted. Ocean Springs times: 11am-1pm, Gulfport times 4pm-6pm. Space for these camps is limited. Online reservations must be made at www.byobrush.com

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Sellwood Confident Coasters Grades 2-3 - Sellwood Cycle Repair
For riders who have already completed the Coasters Camp or frequently ride on their own, this camp will give them an opportunity to expand their riding radius and try out various riding styles. Confident Coasters experience the benefits of cycling by stretching to new destinations while still having an opportunity for fun and games! Skills they will develop: • Proper execution of emergency and anticipated stops • Avoiding hazards • Shoulder check or scanning • Controlling speed while riding down a hill • Communicating with other riders • Understanding when to signal and communicate with other road users • Tube patching 503-288-8864 x321

Java Game Programming - The Digital Arts Experience
This program is geared towards students who are beginners or have limited knowledge in Java programming. An intro course that is a great start for older and younger students to begin programming. Students will begin to look at Java programming and creating their own games. These games can be an original idea or a re-imagining of a classic. This course will lay the foundation for all parts of computer programming that a student will encounter later in their education. Critical thinking as well as logic are key components of any introductory programming class. Class dates are: 04/10, 04/17, 05/01, 05/15, 05/22, 06/05 with a makeup date on 06/12. 9146448100.0

2016 Summer Clinic Series - Both Days - Gladchuck Field Hockey Complex
Each day will comprise of a 3 hour clinic covering various skills and field hockey concepts along with competitive games. Additionally, on Saturday there will be a 2 hour play session in the late afternoon that will comprise only games. You have the option of signing up for 1 day or for both. The concepts covered each day will be different and the games at the end of each clinic will focus on concepts covered that day. All players will be coached by current Division 1 coaches, as well as current and former Division 1 players. Registration will be limited to the first 150 applicants and is open to players in grades 3-12. Players will be divided into skill groups based on age level and experience level. 413-504-8539

Friday Night Lights Camp Friday June 3, 2016 (Grades 9 to 12) - Sheakley Athletic Complex at UC
Description: There is nothing like stepping out onto the Sheakley Athletic Complex under the lights. Our Friday Night Lights Camp is an up-tempo evening of football with the Cincinnati Coaching Staff and top college coaches from the Midwest. This camp will be held at our practice complex under the lights, simulating a game day environment. Campers will go through combine style testing demos, position drills, 1-on-1 drills, speed drills, and on field competitions focusing on proper techniques and fundamentals. All One Day Camps feature in person instruction by the University of Cincinnati Football Coaches, along with many other coaches from FBS, FCS, Division II, and Division III level Colleges. A Member of the Cincinnati Football Staff will lead each Position. Camp is open to football players going into Grades 9 to 12in the fall of 2016, CHECK IN/CHECK OUT PROCEDURES • Check In – Friday, June 3, 2016 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., Linder Athletic Center • Closing Remarks – 7:00 pm., Sheakley Athletic Complex WHAT TO BRING • Any special shoes you may use. Cleats or turf shoes are acceptable. • Helmets are suggested at this camp. 5135565986.0

Intro Computer Programming with Mike Campbell - Falmouth Academy
Students will learn the basics of writing programs with games and puzzles, then learn how to draw with JAVA. Students will have the option to move on to more advanced topics if theyre interested. 508-457-9696 x307

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