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Summer Camps in Sheffield, AL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Robot Maker- Upper Elementary - Eureka Workshop
With so many things to be made and modified to satisfy an imagination, why not focus on the wonder of robots? This class takes Crafty Computing a step further with more complex projects to challenge fine motor skills and brainpower with Robot themed projects. (804) 727-9817

Latest Review for North Central 4-H Camp

My son is at home at this camp!
My 12 year old son said he feels at home in this 4-H camp for youth ages 9 to 14. It has helped him become a leader, solve problems, increased his self-esteem, develop independent thinking skills and improved his communication skills. These traits will all help him once he enters the working world. We are grateful this camp develops young people into responsible adults. ... Read More...


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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

M3 Summer Camp at Camp Zephyr - Sandia, TX
Moment | Mission | Ministry Breakout sessions, Tournaments, Crazy Rec, Amazing Worship. Shane Pruitt | D.A. Horton and Worship by Rush of Fools

Teen Snow Camp Camp at CoBeAc - Prudenville, MI
Every teen is looking for a reason to take a few days off school and have some fun. Camp CoBeAc offers the opportunity for teens to break away from busy schedules and loads of homework. Come and spend a few days at camp for a time to relax physically and recharge spiritually. This exciting weekend contains five preaching sessions by Pastor Kurt Skelly, late night tubing, volleyball and basketball tournaments, team competitions, blazing fireplace, human foosball, special skit hour, annual broom hockey tournament, cozy coffee shop and gift store, delicious meals, and so much more!!! Cost is $95, and you must pre-register with the church. Teens will need money for meals on the way up and back, as well as spending money at the coffee shop and gift store. We leave on Thursday, Jan. 28 and return on Saturday, Jan. 30. Pick up a registration form at church!

Kid's Art Camp: President's Day - Philadelphia, PA
We are hosting Kid's ART CAMP for President's Day! Kids can be dropped off at Primp and Play or parents can come and enjoy a spa service while kids get crafty. We will do plenty of unique projects to keep kids busy & will provide snacks for those attending. Seats are limited - register today. Excited for you to get artsy with us!

Teen Camp 2 - Dayton, TN
With Greg Locke

2nd Annual Kid's Safety Boot Camp - Angel Fire, NM
The second annual Kid's Safety Boot Camp will be held on May 20th from 8:30AM to 4:30PM. This years camp is for students completing grades five through 7. Registration is limited to 25 students. Parents or caregivers can register their children by calling 575-377-3347 or in person at the main station on North Angel Fire Road. "Don't be Scared! Be Prepared!"

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Baseball Class - BASEBALL CAMP - Adams Park
Put me in coach...Im ready to play! This camp will focus on baseball fundamentals and techniques from hitting, fielding and throwing to pitching, base running and more. Campers will participate in daily drills, scrimmages, stations and contests to develop big league skills. Camp will be conducted rain or shine. Parents will be provided with information on how to handle rain days on the first day of camp. Supplies: Campers should bring their own bat and glove, and a packed lunch with a beverage and plenty of water each day. All campers should arrive at camp with sunscreen already applied, as well as with additional sunscreen, as needed. We recommend campers use sunscreen with a SPF of at least 30. Attire: Baseball attire (e.g., baseball pants, cap and cleats). LOCATION Adams Park Baseball Complex INSTRUCTOR Sports A Rama

Disneys Beauty & The Beast - Loudoun Arts Center
1st Week of 3 – Be our guest and step into the enchanted world of Disneys BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, which offers students a great introduction to musical theatre, using familiar songs and characters to guide them through their production. 703-444-5888

Summer Track Club (5-10): 9:00-11:00 - The Hockaday School
Speed: Runners, on your mark… Go! Sprint your way into new running technique that will improve speed. Join the Track Club to learn speed drills and footwork fundamentals with track equipment. This camp will teach kids to enjoy competition. Our campers will participate in games and kid-friendly contests of some of the drills. Distance: Pace yourself from start to finish. Children will remain lifelong runners with the right shoes and the right distance. Running longer and farther is one of the best ways to keep our campers active. Come form happy hearts and lungs with us by building endurance, stamina, and strength. Jumping: Blast off to test your flying skills! Get off the ground with long jumps, high jumps, triple long jump, and much more. Learn simple techniques that will make a huge difference in jumping performance from the runway into the sand pit. Throwing: You have the power! Test your Strength. Throwing is a fun way to improve upper and lower body strength. Campers will learn about fun throwing events, such as shotput, discus, hammer, and javelin. You will make accurate throws with good technique and form. 214-360-6586

Camp Polliwog - Zoo Crew - OFFSITE
Campers will explore their imaginations each day with lots of fun-filled activities that center on each weeks theme. Activities may include games, story time, crafts, experiments, special guests, music, outdoor play and playground opportunities. Can you run faster than a tiger or leap further than a lemur? Be like a monkey and hang out with us as we discover adventures in nature and participate in animal relay races! Slither, slide, creep, crawl, and waddle around to discover who in the zoo runs, swings, and climbs the best! *Wildlife Presentation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Campers must wear good play sneakers and bring a lunch each day, snack will be provided. Campers must be potty trained. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Preschool (Age 0-6) LOCATION Stulsaft Park, 3737 Farm Hill Blvd. INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff ,

89.5-16 High School Div Goalie - Valley Sports Arena Rink 2
Spring League: High School DIvision Goalie Our High School division is for Bantam A and Midget goalies, (ages 14-16). You guys have a real passion for hockey, and to you, "spring" just means a couple more months of playing time! You will have one weekly goalies skills on Friday evenings. 978-371-3355

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