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Summer Camps in Riceville, IA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Boom Box Kids, Half Day (9-12PM) - Loudoun Arts Center
Feel, flow, play and dance to the music! Your preschoolers will have a blast in this active multi-sensory camp. Activities will develop basic motor skills, and students will be exposed to classical greats like Bach and Beethoven, popular greats like the Beatles and Beyonce, and many more! 703-444-5888
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Good Earth Village
 
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27.76 Miles
Address:
25303 Old Town Rd, Spring Valley, Minnesota 55975
A beautiful 500 acre Christian camp and retreat center tucked into the bluffs of SE Minnesota.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Leadership Development,...
Advantage Basketball Camp - Iowa
 
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44.18 Miles
Address:
, Clear Lake, Iowa
You'll learn all the tricks and moves you've seen in the college hoops and made by the NBA professional players. Advantage camps were selected...
Activities: Sports Camps: Basketball
Summer Camp at KinderCare-MN
 
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45.76 Miles
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, Rochester, Minnesota
Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: General Academics
Ewalu Camp and Retreat Center
 
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67.72 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,...
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Riceville, IA Summer Camps

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Teen Film Makers Camp - Round Rock, TX
In this 2 week class series kids will learn the art of film making. The class will work together to take a short script, break it down, cast, schedule and film it. Students will work with Industry professionals and be assigned specific roles/departments. Upon completion, the footage will be handed off to the Editing Class and once completed thru post, each child will get a downloadable link of their final completed movie to share with Family & Friends.

A Day of Discovery III - Columbus, IN
Join us for our third annual day of classes, food,and revelry. Learn new skills and history, share ideas, eat a delicious feast, and gather around the fire for bardic. Cabins and hot showers are just a couple of the amenities available on site. If you want to teach a class, please contact us via dayofdiscoverysca at gmail dot com.

Teen Spring Parkour Camp - Dallas, TX
Time to shake off the winter and say hello to the spring! Fugitive Spring Camp is the perfect opportunity for all ages and experience to learn to run, jump, climb, vault, roll, swing, flip and more from the most experienced staff in Dallas. Fugitive campers will be exposed to tips, drills, and games that build strength, mobility, coordination, teamwork, and leadership while reinforcing good technique in all the major methods of movement. A series of 4 in-depth workshops all about fun types of movement provide campers with the best parkour training possible at the first and only parkour facility in DFW! They will improve their skills in the controlled environment of The Asylum, and then test their ability with games and challenges all under the guidance of our certified staff. Wednesday PM- Parkour Thursday PM - Art Du Deplacement Friday AM - Freerunning Friday PM - Parkour Games AM = 9 am – 12 pm PM = 1 pm – 4 pm

Teen community art camp week 1 - Austin, TX
13-18 year olds will install a mosaic at Ohenry middle school . Participants will cut glaze, mosaic , and make tiled from 9-12. Great way to leave your mark in the city while building your skills and resume

Turn Your Campus 2016 - LISTEN, WATCH, FOCUS - Santa Ana, CA
Save the date! Please RSVP to this event and give Thuy Thuong Huynh $10 (includes lunch!) by Sunday, October 18th. You can register after this date, but for $15. Check out their website here: www.turnyourcampus.com TYC 2016: Listen, Watch, Focus Theme verse: "only one thing is necessary...Jesus" Luke 10:42 Date: January 23, 2016 Time: 8am-5pm

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Session II Volleyball - Cornerstone University
Grades 5-12 (Day Camp) Check-in will be from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM on Monday morning in the Bernice Hansen Athletic Center. Parents are welcome to attend the training sessions and observe. A medical release form has been enclosed and the registration process will move along much more quickly if this form is filled out (or mailed in) prior to checking in. We will begin camp at 9:00 AM throughout the week and end around 4:00 PM. Camp will conclude on Thursday with a tournament all day and an awards ceremony following at 3:00 PM. I encourage all parents to attend the ceremony and celebrate the weeks accomplishments with the campers and coaching staff. 616-254-1671

Ashland University Mens Soccer Camp - Old Trail School
Coaches from the Mens Soccer program at Ashland University, lead by Head Coach Oliver Slawson, will focus on skill development for young soccer players. Campers will learn soccer skills and techniques through exercises and games specifically designed for young players. Campers are encouraged to learn and develop at their own pace, under the careful guidance of Ashland Mens Soccer Coaching staff and players. Coach Slawson was a 10-year Assistant Coach at The University of Akron and Director of the Akron Soccer Camps, prior to becoming the Head Coach at Ashland University in January 2016. Having developed thousands of campers and youth players in Northeast Ohio, Coach Slawsons Ashland Camp will be a fun and interactive week of soccer, where campers will experience technical development with the emphasis always on fun and learning through individual and small group training activities & games! Instructors: Ashland University Mens Soccer coaching staff and players. 3306661118 x469

..Spring Camp: Art Extras Grades 1 - 5 - BBAC Campus
Art Extra is an after camp program for Grades 1 - 5. 5422.53.04.16 Art Extras 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, April 4-8, $60/week -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Food is not provided in the Art Extras program. It is recommended that campers bring a snack and beverage. COURSE MEDIUM Multi-Medium LOCATION Gallery / Commons at BBAC Campus INSTRUCTOR Department Faculty

Rock Band Camp @ SMCC - San Marcos Community Center
Students will learn how to play basic drum, guitar, bass and piano riffs to various lyric-appropriate (parent-approved) rock/pop songs of their choice. Classes will include ear training, learning to read music notation, instrumental techniques, viewing music video clips for inspiration, and more! No experience necessary, but welcomed! Instruments will be provided to share, but bring any that you have from home. Time will be allotted each day for a snack and water break. A short performance will take place on Friday at the end of class from 11:40-Noon where students will have the opportunity to sing and/or play different instruments for the songs we have been developing throughout the week. 20% sibling discount. Join until Wednesday. SPECIALTY CAMP CANCELLATION POLICY Participants wishing to drop an enrichment class/specialty camp must contact Community Services at (760) 744-9000 x3501. Half-day Specialty Camps A full refund of fees, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be granted if the request is made on the Thursday prior to the start of the camp week. (If the request is made after the Thursday prior to the start of the camp week but before the first day, a full refund, less a $20 cancellation fee, will...

4th - 9th grades - Drama Camp - Saint Marys School
Come enjoy a week of theatrical experiences including: playwriting, costume design, the actors process, and even performance! Students will work collaboratively to create a short play which will be performed at the end of the week. They will use both imagination and research to inform their artistic choices in everything from design work to acting. Additionally, students will explore improvisational theatre in both long and short forms as a means to stimulating the playwriting process and deepening their acting skills. Students with and without theatre backgrounds are invited to come explore, learn, and play! Rachel Wright is a passionate theatre educator who seeks to help her students grow their understanding and compassion for the world, life, and humanity through the magnificent practice of theatre. She has a BS in Theatre Arts Education from Appalachian State University. After college she moved to New York to pursue a career in theatre. She was accepted by Circle in the Square Theatre Conservatory Program where she concentrated on her craft. Upon graduating she began performing in countless off and off-off broadway productions. She served as the theatre teacher to the amazing students of PS 41 where she rekindled her love of teaching. At PS41... 9194244028.0

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