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Summer Camps in Ruthven, IA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Art Unleashed Inc. - Art Unleashed Inc.
Art Unleashed seeks to enrich the lives of students of all ages and abilities by using the visual arts as a vehicle to cultivate creative self-expression, improve artistic abilities, and enhance self-esteem in a safe and welcoming environment. 314-628-1024
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Presbyterian Camp On Okoboji
 
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22.32 Miles
Address:
1864 Highway 86, Milford, Iowa 51351
Christian emphasis. Facility on lake. Music, performance, nature, low challenge course. Singles, adult, and youth camping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Drama, Music, Performing...
Foster YMCA
 
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22.69 Miles
Address:
PO Box 296, Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360
Mission driven YMCA camp. Values of honesty, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring. 60 college-age staff. Traditional yet progressive programming.
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
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Ruthven, IA 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

Youth Leaders "Thanksgiving" Fellowship and Business Session - Springf
Hosted this month by Camp Barnabas, providing us a FREE lunch at their office location in Springfield! Leaders will have the opportunity to "connect" with other youth leaders in ministry, and to share ideas and resources! Bring printed material on events you would like to promote to share with the group. You will hear about some great opportunities for ministry through this camp for special needs students. This will also be our "elections" business session at 11:15 prior to lunch. All voting members are encouraged to be present. Also, those who want may join the Coordinator to be praying for our campuses, students, and leaders about 30 min. prior to the start. RSVP by joining this event or e-mailing Doug at [email protected]

Teen Camp - Verndale, MN
Students entering 7-12th Grade

Youth Camp- Fuge - Mobile, AL
Combo Camp- This year you can choose between centrifuge or missionfuge. There will be sign up sheets soon. Talk to your parents and think about which program you want to participate in. June 27th-July 2nd. $320 per student. $50 non-refundable deposit due January 20th.

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PA, Lansdale; Spring Uprising Faceoff Days - Christopher Dock Mennonite Highschool
Each Winter Uprising Faceoff Days will consist of warm ups, presentation and group practice of specific Elite faceoff techniques as well as real time faceoffs. Elite Faceoff techniques will include footwork, stance, hand position, primary move, counter move, GB play, wing play, stick work, and shooting instruction, etc. Individual player observation and instruction will occur throughout. Clinic will conclude with a skill appropriate king of the hill. Players will be split in groups based on age/skill if necessary. 2 Faceoff Days Dates and Times: March 19th: 11:00-12:00pm March 20th: 1:00-2:00pm Ages: 6 to 14 years old Please Bring: Full Equipment Cleats Water On the registration link below players can choose how many sessions they would like to attend. Example: purchase 2 sessions, choose any 2 sessions to attend. Walk-ups are also welcome; please bring $45 cash or check 3153962474.0

Early Reader Program - Valle Verde Elementary
Classroom: D-8 Instructor: Active Reading Center () This reading class is designed for first and second grade students who have difficulty learning to read in traditional environments. We utilize play activities that help emerging readers learn letter sounds, and blend those sounds into words. All teaching is done by trained teachers from the Active Reading Center. A brief evaluation of each students abilities will be provided at the end of the session. Students may be recommended for work with a reading teacher on a one-on-one basis. Class size is limited to six. Priority will be given to students who have not taken this class. (7 classes) 415-314-1749

I Know Science K-5th - St. Philips
Calling all scientists! I KNOW SCIENCE brings together FUN and EXPLORATION by providing weekly labs that focus on important science concepts through hands-on experiments children love. I Know Science encourages children to discover through engaging activities. These are some of the experiments that our research-based curriculum offers: Building a Solar Powered Car; Chemical Reactions; Creepy Crawlies; Magnets; Ecosystems; Simple Machines; Our Magnificent Solar System and many more... Children will be fully engaged by our trained and enthusiastic Lab Instructors, colorful visuals, and fun lab experiments. All materials are included. Their completed experiments will be sent home, weekly. Instructor: I Know Science Staff 305-444-6366 x42

Nature Detective Camp - North Elmwood
Go on a scavenger hunt to learn about nature, birds and animals. What did you discover? Why do birds and animals feet determine where they live? Learn answers to these questions and more during this fun camp! This camp is a "Rain or Shine" event, if it is raining, activities will be moved inside a shelter. LOCATION North Elmwood Enclosed Shelter at North Elmwood

The Science and Art of Wax - Lyman Campus
Ages: Girls and Boys Entering Grades 7 - 10 Dates: July 5 - 8 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Format: One-week session Location: Laurels Lyman Campus in Shaker Heights Tuition: $320/session From candles to cosmetics, colorful canvases to clothing, there are many wonderful ways we use wax to beautify and enrich our lives. What is it about wax that appeals to our senses of touch, taste, sight and smell? Beeswax. Paraffin. Soy wax. Gel wax. In this camp you will learn how to work with wax as a creative medium that is as versatile as clay or metal. You will also explore how wax is made and how the very different chemical and physical properties influence what it is best used for! Campers will create their own candles, practice wax resist techniques and will even learn the age-old craft of encaustic painting (using melted wax as paint). Each camper will mount or frame one work of art for display. 216-455-0154

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