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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: The Elephants Child - The Georgetown Palace Theatre
Children the whole world round have delighted to the telling and re-telling of Rudyard Kiplings beloved story of how the Elephants child got his trunk. This charming musical adaptation perserves much of Kiplings clever text with its fascinating word rhythms and oral imagery, while five original songs capture the mystery and humor of Elephants childs exciting adventure down the "Great Grey-Green Greasy limpopo River". Costumes, dance, and wonderful dialogue mixed with the these great songs will give our youngest actors a spectacular time creating a mini-musical for family and friends while learning how to work as a team. Performance- August 6th 512-869-7469 x3
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Montlure
 
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Distance
57.91 Miles
Address:
PO Box 31993, Tucson, Arizona 85751
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Hiking, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study,...
Berkowitz/Lloyd Nike Tennis Camp
 
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Distance
58.78 Miles
Address:
, Tucson, Arizona
The Berkowitz/Lloyd Nike Tennis Camp offers great instruction in a college setting. Campers work hard
Activities: Youth Programs
Nike Swim Camp at the University of Arizona
 
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Distance
58.78 Miles
Address:
, Tuscon, Arizona
The combination of personalized filming
Activities: Youth Programs
TJCC Summer Camps
 
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Distance
61.27 Miles
Address:
3800 E River Rd, Tucson, Arizona 85718
To provide a safe, inclusive, fun environment for all children.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Clowning, Horseback Riding (Western), Music, Performing Arts, Team...
American Wilderness Leadership School
 
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Distance
64.85 Miles
Address:
4800 W Gates Pass Rd, Tucson, Arizona 85745
The expertise of the counselors and other staff was invaluable, and a lot of lessons that I learned there are ones that I will...
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Hiking, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
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Sierra Vista, AZ Summer Camps

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I'm going to Durley Camp 2016! - Greenville, IL
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KidzArt Dallas Summer Camp - Dallas, TX
Our themed camps are developed for ages 7-13 and offer a chance for students to spend more time exploring different mediums as they learn about the world around them. For example, in the Around the World camp, students get their own “passport” stamped each day with the country we are focusing on. They will not only have fun and develop their art skills, but they will also learn about geography and different cultures. Session Selection You can register multiple people at the same time.

Midwest Youth Camp 2016 - Iberia, MO
We are starting camp on Thursday guys! Things will be a little different but we hope that you are able to come. Help us spread the word by adding friends to the event. We will be sending out flyers also!

Ironwood Kid'z Camp 2016 - Newberry Springs, CA
Ironwood’s Camp emphasizes ways for young people to serve God today by serving others, to develop camaraderie among each church group, and to challenge young people to take the next step in their spiritual growth, and to have a week of fun. Each day will be filled with fun and hands-on projects. Campers will play games that they have never played before and try activities that allow them to learn new skills and practice old ones—swimming, canoeing, archery, BB guns, wrist rockets, fishing, horseback riding, and crafts to name a few. (for 3rd +)

Winter in the Wild: Furs & Feathers (Youth Groups Only) - Hull, IL
Exclusive for Non-Profit Youth Groups! Registration limited to first 30 youth Become a GC wildlife detective while on school vacation! Come to Gardner Camp for hands-on learning about wildlife and animals of all kinds. Nationally renowned World Bird Sanctuary will be at GC to present a live animal program where you will experience an up-close view of animals from all kingdoms. After learning about the different types of animals and the signs that animals leave behind, participants will test their investigation skills solving a mystery and go on a tracking adventure, weather permitting. Participants will also walk away with their very own handmade wildlife tracks t-shirt. Within this program, there is also a giveback opportunity to help World Bird Sanctuary. If desired, groups can bring an item from the WBS wish list as a service project. Pre-registration required. Contact [email protected] or 217/432-1999 to register.

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Rock Stars - High Desert Museum
Discover the powerful forces of geology and climate that sculpt our Earth. Build models of volcanoes, start earthquakes and see if structures survive. Learn how rocks are formed, classified and how to identify different rocks and minerals. Find out how fossils are formed and even make some of your own! 541-382-4754 x255

Wagner College - Wagner College
Please join us for the Wagner College Mens Lacrosse January Prospect Clinic! The clinic is a great opportunity for prospective student-athletes to improve as players and to learn what its like to be a college athlete. Youll also get the chance to meet head coach Matt Poskay, his assistants, and the Seahawk Lacrosse players who will also be working with you during the event. During the morning session, participants will work closely with Wagner coaches and players in order to further develop skills that will help them with both their high school and club lacrosse programs. During lunch, there will be an information session where participants will learn what its like to balance academics and athletics at the Division I level. Finally, during the afternoon field session, participants will have the opportunity to play and compete against other future college lacrosse players. Participants must bring all necessary equipment, including a mouth guard. Please bring a bag lunch as well. Water will be provided. (There will also be a voluntary campus tour begining after the clinic has been concluded.) 6312415142.0

Creative Writing - Old Trail School
Campers will learn to become confident writers! Practice makes perfect and campers will have fun writing! This camp offers instruction and practice in creative writing including: journaling, brainstorming strategies, short stories, poems, prompts and more. Campers will practice their writing skills and have fun doing so as they play word games, learn fun writing strategies and share their creative stories. Instructor: Katie Brunson, BA, Akron Shaw JCC preschool teacher 3306661118 x469

Once Upon a Dream Dance Camp - Community Recreation Center (CRC)
Your little girl will be swept away to fairytale land where fun is the key to the kingdom. She will be treated like a princess with her days filled with dancing, games and crafts. No previous dance experience needed. Dress in comfortable clothes. AGE CATEGORY Child (1yr+) LOCATION CRC Dance Studio III at Community Recreation Center (CRC) INSTRUCTOR Margaret Palmer

SE wk 7 - July 25-29 (Camp Exploration) - Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Spend your summer vacation with us! The Shepherdstown Elementary Day Camp offers weekly themed crafts and activities. T-shirt is included in camp price. Camp hours are 8:00am-4:00pm.Full payment is due at time of registration. Parent or guardian MUST complete a camp registration form as well a health form for each child they are registering. STATE LICENSING DISCLAIMER: Due to state law regulations we are required to limit the number of days a child is allowed to attend summer day camps, or any camp lasting more than 6 hours. Children may only attend these camps for 30 days during the summer (consecutive or non-consecutive). ADDITIONAL CAMP INFORMATION: Lunch: Campers will need to bring their own lunch and beverage to camp every day. Refrigeration is not available. Small coolers or ice packs are recommended. Dress: Children are encouraged to dress comfortably in shorts and t-shirt/camp shirt. Closed toe shoes are highly recommended. Camp T-shirts are required to be worn on field trips days. Personal Belongings: Clearly mark all personal belongings (sunscreen, towels, lunches, backpacks, etc.) with the camper?s first and...

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