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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Musical Improv - Pop Songs Level 2 - Eric Schackne - iO West
Youre making up songs, and they sound pretty great. Everybody thinks so. Yet, youre curious how to make future songs sound pretty greater. This workshop moves past the rigid structure that got your improv songwriting on its feet, and smoothes out the edges. Week one takes you back through song structure and function in finer detail, adding some new ways to build on simplicity. The second week works on two pairs of skills – beginnings/endings & leading/following. Week three delves into the wild world of fancy tricks and slick pop moves to prep your tool belt for heaps of song types. The only requirements are completion of Pop Songs Level 1 and a vested interest in ear-friendly musical makes ups. Taught by iOWest Musical Director Eric Schackne (323) 962-7560
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Michi-Lu-Ca
 
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24.14 Miles
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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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24.14 Miles
Address:
3506 Garling Rd, Fairview, Michigan 48621
Activities: Youth Programs
Mystic Lake YMCA Camp
 
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60.32 Miles
Address:
PO Box 100, Lake, Michigan 48632
600 acress private land 90 acre private lake campers thrive in noncompetitive atmosphere traditional camping programs specialty camps technical tree climbing
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training...
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Rose City, MI Summer Camps

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Teen Sport Camp - Aberdeen, MD
On October 8th at 2:30, we will have a free event for all teens ages 13 to 18. We want you to join us for a day of fellowship and athletic base training! We will be focusing on acceleration and change of direction otherwise known as AGILITY. Sound fun?? Call the Church office to reserve your spot!!! 410-734-4030

VIBEZ DJ battle For A Spot At Summer Camp! - Urbana, IL
I'll be competing for the chance to play at Summer Camp Music Festival in May! I'll be updating this with the times I play asap. But for now I know that it's based on a door poll so the more people that comes and votes the better! Also, it's only a 3$ cover! There's going to great music from local DJ's, but of course a vote for me is definitely preferred :)

New Member Dinner - Peninsula, OH
Welcome dinner to all 2016 Ordeal inductees. Free of charge to the new member and his/her family. Come and learn more about the opportunities with the Order of the Arrow.

Southeastern Youth Convocation 2017 - Hawthorne, FL
$45 per Person includes lodging, food, and transportation. register today to reserve a cabin. Deadline is 12-17-2017 for more info see a youth staff member. visit secsda.org to register or contact one of us to register you.

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Animal Art Camp - Humane Society of West Michigan
Love art? Love animals? This is the camp for you! Get closer to animals using interactive art projects. Using HSWM animals as inspiration, campers will create several works of art through various mediums. One day will feature a visit from Brush Studios who will lead us through painting a masterpiece. Campers are encouraged to bring a digital camera. 616-791-8066

6th - 10th grade girls: Basketball Camp - Saint Marys School
This camp will focus on encouraging middle and early high school aged athletes to develop their basketball skills for all level players. Focusing on the fundamentals of ball handling, passing, shooting, agility, positional and competition to nurture the total athlete. Coach Soemer has been coaching youth sports for 21 years. During this time he has coached basketball and soccer at various levels. He has also taught physical education for the past 14 years. His focus is on developing fundamental skills in each of the sports he teaches. 9194244028.0

5th - 9th grade girls: Biology Explorers - Saint Marys School
Biology Explorers is an exciting week of applied science for middle school grade girls. From microorganisms to the biosphere, campers learn about many of the questions, techniques, and equipment scientists use to study the different levels of life. Each morning, campers see demonstrations and perform experiments in the biology labs at Saint Marys School. In the afternoon, campers travel to a variety of local scientific points of interest to watch professional scientists at work. Past field trips have included the Phytotron and Solar House at NCSU, the Sharon Harris Plant, and the Duke Lemur Center. Katie Floyd is an Instructor of Science at Saint Marys School. Ms. Floyd earned her B.A. from Hollins College and her M. S. from Emory University. She taught for ten years at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA where, in addition to teaching 14 different courses, she taught the science component of Spectacles, a residential summer camp for middle school girls. Ms. Floyd has been teaching at Saint Marys for sixteen years and has served as the director of Biology Explorers for over ten years. 9194244028.0

Nature Camp - Goochland County Parks and Recreation
If you love the great outdoors, this camp is for you! Participants will spend a week exploring the natural world around them through hands-on environmental education opportunities. Join us for a fantastic week of outdoor education! ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth PREREQUISITES 2016 Camper Packet within 1 year of activity start

2 Half Days PM Stamford February Vacation All Sports Camp - Davenport School
For Boys and Girls Ages 4-12 years old 2 HALF DAYS 12:30 PM - 4:00PM FRIDAY FEB 12 & TUESDAY FEB 16 This program offers children a chance to participate in many different sports such as basketball, soccer, floor hockey, volleyball, and other physical education type activities. Full day campers should bring a peanutbutter free snack and lunch during the week, and half day campers need to bring just a snack. Instructors: Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598

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