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Summer Camps in Rogers City, MI

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: "Tons-O-Fun" Extended Care, Grades 1-10, Week 1 - Recreation
A great option for parents who work, TONS-O-FUN Camp offers a fun and safe Extended Day program from 7:30-8:30AM and 3:30-5:00PM for an additional fee. Extended Day includes supervised and partially structured activities, including arts and crafts, games and sports.One fee gives participants access to both morning and afternoon extended care. Parents can flex use of the program daily based on their needs. Come early, stay late or do both. It?s up to you! Participants must be registered in advance by the week to participate. Please note that there will be a minimum number of campers required for each session to run extended camp hours. It is highly recommended that parents pack an extra snack and drink for children who participate in the Extended Day program. All arrival and dismissal policies apply to the Extended Care program. Parents must sign in and sign out participants with photo ID and must be listed on the pick-up authorization section of the registration form. PLEASE NOTE: You can only register your child for extended day if they are registered for camp. If your child is on a waiting list for camp please do not register them...
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Michi-Lu-Ca
 
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46.44 Miles
Address:
3506 Garling Rd, Fairview, Michigan 48621
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Stony Lake Luthern Camp
 
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46.44 Miles
Address:
3506 Garling Rd, Fairview, Michigan 48621
Activities: Youth Programs
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Rogers City, MI Summer Camps

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Winter Break Camp - Escape Room KIDS Ages 5-11 Session 3 - Cleveland,
Exclusive Winter Break camps at Math Monkey. Kids ages 5-8 and 8-11 will experience a new adventure and journey each day as they solve puzzles, decode secret messages and ultimately escape the room. Each day of camp your child will experience a new scenario where clues are hidden to help their group Escape the Prison, Escape the Grocery Store, Escape the Camp Grounds and more themes! Session 1: December 22-23 (10AM-12PM) Session 2: December 27-28 (10AM-12PM) Session 3: December 29-30 (10AM-12PM) Problem solving with a major twist, each 2-day camp teaches kids brain-building techniques to work as a team and Escape the Room. Space is limited sign up today! http://www.mathmonkeycleveland.com/winter-camp-escape2016 440-914-0060

Coats for Kids 2015 Campaign
Join us as we collect NEW Coats for Kids and cover the end zone of Joan C. Edwards Football Stadium! We will be collecting coats all through the months of October and November. Drop your NEW coat off today, at the designated Goodwill locations (Virginia Avenue, 9th Avenue, Lavalette, Milton & Barboursville) or at the Marshall home games on 10/24 and 11/14. Donate a NEW coat for the campaign and be entered in a drawing for: 4 chairback seats to the Marshall vs. FIU game on 11/14 & an on-field experience at the game. All of the coats that are collected will be given (FREE of charge) to local children. Help us keep our youngest Herd fans warm this winter and make your donation today! #CoatsforKids

Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain youth camp, plus the adult W
Youth Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain camp description & registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/wilderness-survivors-side-of-the-mountain/ Adult Wilderness Survival Training & Trek description and registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/expeditions/summer/wilderness-survival-training-and-trek/ Wilderness Survival has become synonymous with the over-dramatized survival programs on television. While some of these programs do provide valuable advice, most of them are filled with poor choices that, if followed, will get you injured or killed in a real emergency. Without proper training, separating the fact from fiction can be a difficult task. Our primary focus this week is to teach participants the practical skills that will save them in a true emergency. While a number of Traditional Skills will be introduced, our goal this week is to provide participants with a pragmatic skill set. For instance, spending five hours building a lean-to when it gets dark in 20 minutes is not a practical choice. Trying to build a bow-drill fire kit from scratch without a knife and without properly seasoned wood in the damp environment of the Pacific Northwest is rarely practical. Although those types of skills will be demonstrated, we will challenge you to perfect the basics first – like carrying a small fire steel and a couple of cotton balls...

Teen Weekend Fall 2016 - Pomfret Center, CT
Come for a great weekend of fun and friends. Must be 13 by December 31. Games, Smores, hiking, food, leadership activities, and some community service. Only $50 Questions call 860-974-1122 or email Heather at [email protected]

Kid's Summer Camp 2015 (Week #1) - Oakhurst, CA
Grades 3rd - 6th Kid's Summer Camp #1: July 12 - 17 Kid's Summer Camp #2: July 19 - 24 **Full** Kid's Summer Camp #3: July 26 - 31 You’ll be on your way up. To canoe or to hike, Make a craft, make a friend, Hit a target, you can do as you like! We will learn about Bible stories, How in Christ to live! The old is gone, The new He is ready to give! For more information or to register online: http://www.sugarpine.org/2015-kids-summer-camps/ Contact us if you have any questions, we'd love to help! Phone: (559) 683-4938 Email: [email protected]

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Level 2- 3rd - 6th Grade - Terrace Park Elementary Music Room
Designed for students in third through sixth grade that took Level 1 in the fall (class previously held on Tuesdays at 4:30). Students will use continue using the same book. 513-272-7407

Hilltopper Basketball Camp - Boys Grades 4-9 - Onalaska High School
For boys entering grades 4-9. Players from all schools welcome. Camp runs Monday, June 13th - Thursday, June 16th. 4th - 9th graders at OHS Fieldhouse. Enrollment will be limited to 80 players for grades 4-9. Spots will fill quickly so sign up fast! LOCATION OHS Fieldhouse INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff

MavyPoppins March StoryStars - Stutelage Innovations
DETAILS StoryStars is designed to help children take an interest in books and literature at an early age. With our enjoyable and fun themes each week, children see how exciting reading can be! Each week will focus on age-appropriate literary skills while incorporating art, science, math and cooperative learning into the lessons. We will add to our Word Wall each week and children can continue to practice these skills at home with the provided materials. Every child can learn to love stories, and our theme, as always, is Having Fun…One Book at a Time! March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 31st 9:30am – 12:00pm Ages: 3-5 March 3rd Frances doesnt like bedtime! We will write some of her excuse words on our word wall and write our own sentences about what an excuse is. Students get to paint a bedtime Frances for their room and make a math graph counting Frances excuses. March 10th Our storytime book helps children to conquer the fear of sleeping over at their grandparents house. Students will write what makes them nervous and then we will toss those fears away with our jitterbug jar! Children will decorate their own pillow covers for a sleepover and then get... 7163627848.0

Math Brain Benders - The Evergreen School
Defeat vampires using algebraic equations! Destroy an out-of-control asteroid through geometry! Survive a camping trip through the desert with complex calculations! Students will spend the week problem solving their way out of tricky situations and puzzles using numbers, logic, shapes, and codes. A fun, challenging week of math! 206-957-1533

Unlimitied Monthly Group Training - Matteson Community Center
DETAILS Each session includes work in multiple areas: Ball-handling drills and tips, shooting workouts, defense tactics, real-game decision-making solutions and more! A 24-hour email or phone notice is REQUIRED if you plan to miss a session. Any missed session must be made up within the same month. 312-9141754

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