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Summer Camps in Slocomb, AL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Farm Hands 2nd & 3rd Grade (AM Session) - Weir River Farm
Farm Hands Camp is one of our most popular programs all year and we know why. Whether it is mucking out the stalls, collecting eggs, working in the garden or learning how to halter a sheep, there is never a dull moment on the farm! Although activities can vary depending on the day and age of the participants, we always try to instill the message that we are responsible for our own health, the health of our animals and for the care of this special place. Each day your child can expect to participate in chores in both the barnyard and garden. Of course, no Farm Hands experience would be complete without making new friends, games and nibbling fresh veggies fresh from the garden. We offer two types of programs. First, we have age specific programs. These sessions are a good fit for children that have attended camp year in and year out and like to have different age appropriate themes that build each year. They are also a great opportunity for children to meet other campers that are the same age and may be in school or other community programs with them. Sibling week programs are not just for... 781.740.7233

Latest Review for Outdoor Survival Camp- Summer Scholars Camp

My son wants to attend this camp again and again!
This affordable summer camp pulls out all the stops. My 12 year old son has attended this camp the last 4 years. The camp teaches youngsters ages 8-14 survival skills if they are ever lost or in a dangerous situation. They learn simple things such as how to treat a bee sting, to complex issues such as creating an overnight shelter to sleep in. These skills help create independence and confidence in children.... Read More...


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Summer 2016 Greater NW FC Camp (Oregon) - Turner, OR
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Kid's Yoga Camp w/ Julie Pellerin-Herrera (Session 1) - Pittsfield, MA
Kid's Yoga Camp w/ Julie Pellerin-Herrera Session 1: July 11-15 Session 2: July 18-22 Session 3: July 25-29 Monday-Friday 10:30-11:45 am For girls & boys aged 6-10 Kids will have fun developing self-awareness, strength, balance, and flexibility. They will learn how to center their minds through focused breathing exercises and explore their imagination through fun games and visualizations. Kids’ Yoga provides children a safe and exciting way to physical health, emotional stability, and positive self-expression. Pre-registration required. Limited space available. $45 per session if registered by June 20th. $55 per session if registered after June 20th. (Discounts for siblings and if signing up for more than one session) To pre-register or for more information contact: Julie Pellerin-Herrera, Ed. S. 413-281-9775 [email protected] Mats and props are provided by studio. Students should wear comfortable clothes. No skirts or dresses. Students may bring a water bottle. About the instructor: Julie Pellerin, Ed. S.: (Yoga) Julie has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. She became a Kripalu Certified Yoga Teacher in 2003 and a Certified Yoga Ed. Teacher in 2007. Julie also has been a dedicated educator since 2001, teaching literacy and academics to children in various school settings. She attributes her...

Clay Camp - Teen Wheel Throwing - Pomona, CA
This camp will be an introduction to the potter's wheel! During this camp teens will have the opportunity to work in a professional ceramic studio using the same equipment that the pros use. The camp will begin with centering the clay and creating basic forms, such as bowls, cups and vases. We will spend time learning how to trim and finish the pots. The last day of class everyone will glaze their work with their favorite colorful patterns. June 20th - June 24th 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

CAMP 2017 - undefined, VA
We return to Fuge camps, but in a different town and different state. We will travel to Lynchburg VA and Liberty University for a week of fun and service projects! They say "Virginia is for lovers", but we are going to change that to "Virginia is for the life changing lovers of Jesus"

Work Weekend - Holcombe, WI
Always work to do to get the camp ready for the campers. Two roofs will have steel installed on them, cleaning of the chapel and some of the cabins, yard work. We will also be switching the shop and the game room so lots of hands will be needed there. At least 9 holes of miniaturegolf will be moved to the area around the garage (soon to be game room). Food will be provided. Let us know if you will be staying overnight so some cabins will be cleaned and ready. For those staying over Saturday night there will be a chapel service on Sunday morning. Lots of hands make light work so join us for a weekend of working, fishing, fellowshipping and enjoying God’s great outdoors.

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

CIT Retreat - Burnamwood Camp
This event is for any 9th - 12th Grader wishing to serve as a Counselor In Training for summer 2016. It will include leadership training, game leading, Bible Study, campfires and more. Camp begins at 1 p.m. Wednesday and ends at 4 p.m. Friday. 859-494-9113

Get Fired Up - Arts Center - Pottery Studio
By hand or wheel anything can happen in clay! Use a variety of building techniques to create sculpture and pottery which will get fired up by the end of camp. 513-891-4227

Discovery Camp SEVEN (Boys) - Keystone Science School Campus
Call of the Wild: Adventure Week Curriculum Features: 2-night backpacking trip, wilderness skills, sense-of-place activities Adventure Options: (Please choose one under session options on the next page) Whitewater Rafting or Rock Climbing with Rocky Mountain Outdoor Center (max. capacity of 24) 970-455-4228

Homeschool Winter Wonderland Pottery - Art Unleashed!
OF CLASS Celebrate the winter months by creating pottery with this season in mind. Students will learn the basic hand building techiniques, as well as use the pottery wheel to create snowmen, snowflakes and more! 314-628-1024

Dr. Who Camp - Ohlook Performing Arts Center
Are you a Whovian? Then this is the camp for you. Camp will combine stage crafts and techniques while reenacting some of your favorite Dr. Who episodes featuring some of the best Dr. Who bad guys and including of course, the Daleks. Build costumes, props and even create your own Dr. Who presentation for family and friends on the last day of camp. 817-421-2825

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