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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Summer Camp Week 9 Ages 8-12 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Musical Theater: Featuring Songs from The Sound of Music Join Maria and the Von Trapp children on a musical journey in this fun-filled camp! Campers will rehearse scenes and songs from Sound of Music for an end-of-the-week performance for family and friends. Drama games with friends, singing and dancing, acting out characters...these are a few of our favorite things! You wont want to say "So Long, Farewell" after this week! Children spending the full day with us should bring a sack lunch for our lunch break at the park Reporting Live from Andersonville! In this camp, students will explore the concepts of creating their own news show. From interview skills, anchoring and broadcasting, choosing news topics that interest the campers, and even camera skills, campers will get the entire experience of building a news show. They will work together as an ensemble to build their broadcast while interviewing Andersonville merchants and customers of local businesses to get more of the story! 773-944-9146
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46872 Willow Springs Rd, Burwell, Nebraska 68823
Quiet setting located on N Loop River 3 miles from Burwell. Summer activities include tubing and canoeing on the river and horseback riding. Near...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Hiking, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Sargent, NE Summer Camps

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Super Saturday # 2
A time for Chicago Alive Youth campers ages 12-18 to come together for a time of worship,fellowship & FUN!! Pizza will be sold at a $1. For more information contact Yesenia Hernandez at 773-319-4769

Sports Camp 2017 - Leesburg, VA
We are happy to announce that Sports Camp 2017 will be returning! We are partnering with the UW Ministry Team again! July 17-21; 9am-12:30pm Ages and place TBD! Mark your calendars now and spread THE WORD!!! More details coming in January.

Hawks Youth Football Camp 2016 - Saginaw, MI
Hawks Youth Football Camp 2016: - June 22 & 23. - 5:30pm - 8:00pm at Heritage. - Youth entering 3rd-8th grade. - $20...includes t-shirt if registered before Monday June 6th. - Camp will be run by Heritage/STYF Coaches and Heritage players. Flyer and consent form here: http://www.styf-hawks.org/files/2114/6196/0836/STYF_Camp_2016.pdf Follow directions on the consent form to register by mail. You can also register for camp during season registration.

High Voltage: The Music of AC/DC (Summer 16 Camp) - Oceanside, CA
Through workshops, clinics, and private instruction, our comprehensive camp experience is designed to hone music performance and ensemble skills in a creative and fun environment. We know from experience that playing in a band situation speeds learning and creates “seasoned” musicians. Even relatively advanced musicians are amazed at the amount of progress they make when regularly playing with other musicians. Students work in a hands-on atmosphere that includes: Learning the nuts and bolts of live performance Studio/band rehearsal time Instruction and clinics with music professionals Music theory and songwriting courses Rock & Roll music appreciation Interacting with other young musicians A LIVE rock show performance for your friends and family Having fun!

NO School Vacation Camp - Needham, MA
Do your kid's like to make new friends, paint, play games and dance? Siblings can be registered at checkout for sibling discount. No school? Come hang out play, paint, dance and have lunch with friends!! Pick one day or more 9:30-12:30 or until 2pm. Oct 3 and/or Oct 4, Rosh Hashanah: 1-Day Camp Oct 10, Columbus Day: 1-Day Camp Oct 12, Yom Kippur: 1-Day Camp Nov 8, Professional Day: 1-Day Camp Nov 11, Veteran's Day: 1-Day Camp

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Eco-Art (ages 5-9) - Connolly Ranch
This full-day camp combines nature, creativity and art. Connolly Ranch provides a setting that engages all their senses and inspires kids imagination. This program has many of the same components as Life on the Farm Camp (caring for farm animals, tending to the organic gardens), but with an emphasis on the creative process of enjoying the arts in a natural setting – from music and storytelling to watercolors and nature-based crafts. 707-224-1894

Algebra Bridge Class - TRINITY ACADEMY
This class is for the student who has completed Algebra I and wants to reinforce those skills before entering Geometry or Algebra II. There will be particular emphasis on the second semester Algebra I concepts that typically cause students difficulty. Items covered will include the following: solving and rearranging equations, slope, writing equations of lines, solving systems of equations, simplifying exponents, multiplying binomials (FOIL) reducing radical expressions, and factoring. Students are expected to take notes, work on in-class assignments, and should be prepared to complete some assignments at home. Paper, pencils, a folder, and a calculator should be brought to class each day. Instructor: John Hendley. 316-634-0909

Africans in Diaspora - Fieldston
Only open to students who are currently enrolled in Fall 2015 session The Africans in Diaspora Club will expose students to a variety of cultures while also looking at the many ways that Africa and its people have influenced the broader world. Students will have the opportunity to read, and critically discuss, Margy Burns Knights book, Africa Is Not A Country, with the intent of dismantling stereotypes and developing an appreciation for Africas diverse people, histories, colors, languages and foods. Additionally, students will be actively engaged in the process of learning, playing, dancing, eating and organizing. There is a strong possibility that there will be an international trip (during Spring Break 2016) connected to this club. Club time will be used to prepare for the trip. 212-712-6230

Hip Hop: Dance Genre Blender - The Evergreen School
A fun week learning about the dance of hip hop! Take two parts hip hop, one part modern dance, one part Martial arts, and one part ballet… mix it all in a blender and shake it up in the summer heat… throw it on a stage and make a STUNNING dance piece incorporating all these different genres of dance. Students must wear sneakers and comfortable clothing each day. 206-957-1533

Reading & Reacting Camp - Jay Lively Ice Arena
Reading & Reacting Camp Reading and reacting is one of the most important aspects of the game of hockey. Each player must be able to read what is happening, anticipate correctly, and react properly by moving to the appropriate space to make the play or support their teammates in advance of the puck. As we sat, it is much easier to anticipate where the puck will be, and go to a particular point in the rink ahead of it, than it is to chase it around. In this camp, we will cover the correct diagnosis, and response needed, for game situations such as cycling, odd man rushes (both for and against), power play and penalty kill, movement through the neutral zone, defensive zone coverage, offensive zone coverage, face offs, playing away from the puck, offensive and defensive play at the puck, back-checking and fore-checking. ATTENTION GOALTENDERS - Every RMHS camp will offer professional goaltending instruction from one of our professional goaltending coaches. We limit theses spots to four goaltenders per group. Schedules subject to change due to registration levels up to one week before the first day of camp 8778487647.0

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