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Summer Camps in Smelterville, ID

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Mini Basketball Camp-Session 2 - Morgan Park Academy
Mini-Baseball Camp meets from 10:30a.m.-11:30a.m. Monday through Thursday and can be taken alone or combined with Recreation Camp. It is open to students entering grades 2-8 with little or no previous baseball experience. It can be taken alone or combined with Recreation Camp 773-881-6700
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NBC Basketball Camp at North Idaho College
 
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, Cour d'Alene, Idaho
Located on beautiful Lake Coeur d' Alene
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Smelterville, ID Summer Camps

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Summer Camp At The Venue - Norfolk, VA
Does your child have talent? Do you want to help them nurture it? Come and register them for the Summer Fun workshop filled with the arts! Taught and instructed by one of Broadway's finest Ms. Angela and industry expert Mr. Marlon! An opportunity of a lifetime you DON'T want to miss! Registration is available for students who are within the age range of 5-15. For more information call (757) 324-3729 $75 special discounts for multiple children or email: [email protected]

Winter Break Teen Camp - Louisville, KY
Does your teen have a passion for baking or cooking? Send your teen to a camp where they will learn basic table etiquette, how to prep and cook 5 basic dinners; paired with intense daily instruction on how to create a tiered cake from the ground up. --Monday, December 26 – Friday, December 30, 4:00PM - 9:00PM each day --All dinner, snacks and supplies included --$225 per child --Payment in full will confirm your spot for the Winter Break Teen Camp (502) 742-9539

Hope: Teen Camp (Ages 13-18) - Pell City, AL
$190, Directors Valerie Higgins and Josh Bruce

Teen Driving Boot Camp in East Rutherford - East Rutherford, NJ
Students in the area will get to have their first (hopefully) Oh My God moment while driving their own vehicle. The only driving education offered to teens is Driver’s Ed in high school (sitting behind a desk) and then 6 hours behind the wheel to get their permit. Six hours of foot-to-pedal contact will never be enough to prepare our new drivers. The NJ-based company, Drive Safer, LLC, takes a... More info: http://evrd.us/aq1qi

Kid's Summer Camp! Picasso Week! *Ages 7-13 - Sherman, TX
Campers, ages 7-13, will explore the artist Vincent Van Gogh all week through paintings and other related activities. They will paint a 16x20 painting each day M-Th, and work on a 24-36 self portrait through the week. The week will end with an art show Friday evening from 5-6pm. Every camper receives a camp t-shirt and daily snack. Other activities and crafts will be used to supplement daily lessons! Camp: Monday- Friday, 1pm-4pm Art show: Friday 5-6pm

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Adventure Camp - Reg. Camp Session 7 - Veterans Memorial - Recreation Center
Come join the excitement of Adventure Camp with the San Bruno Parks and Recreation Services Department. Adventure Camp provides a fun and exciting experience for teens ages 11-13. Leaders provide a safe environment that helps teens develop social skills and the appreciation for the environment. A regular weekly schedule may include field trips such as movies, bowling, ice skating, miniature golf, swimming, pizza parties, and featured trips. A $20 late fee will be charged for those who need camp on the Monday of each camp session. Summer camp orientation night: TBA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A $20 late fee will be charged for those who need camp on the Monday of each camp session. ACTIVITY AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Rotary Pavillion at Veterans Memorial - Recreation Center INSTRUCTOR Rec. Staff

Boys Lacrosse - North Yarmouth Academy
This camp is designed to help 10-13 year old boys develop sound lacrosse fundamentals. Players will learn both individual skills and team concepts, starting with passing, catching and ground balls and advancing to shooting, dodging, and team concepts like defensive slides and offensive play. The players will learn throughout the day as they work hard and have fun in the process. 207.846.2376

Returning Counselor Application - Center at Cathedral Ridge
The Counselors presence at camp is an integral part of the summer camp experience for everyone. Ideally, we are looking for dynamic individuals who share a passion for camp, a love of working and who are seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus. It is important to keep in mind that this job in its simplest form is servant leadership. It is tiring, sometimes trying, and our focus as staff should not be on ourselves but on our campers. As staff of Cathedral Ridge summer camps, we are also representatives of the Episcopal Church in Colorado, and are working in a ministry that many people believe to be incredibly important in our Diocese. While the job of a camp counselor is not for the weary, it can be a very rewarding and enlightening experience. The life-knowledge and skill set you will acquire while you are here will be invaluable in your future. 303-837-1173

Survivalist Hiker Add-On - Middle School
This outdoors-oriented camp provides an ideal introduction to scouting, teaching the basics of camping, hiking, and survival. Using the expansive 60 acre Portledge campus and adjacent Coffin woods, campers learn how to hike paths, pitch tents, ration supplies, find resources, make maps, and apply critical thinking skills not just to survive, but to thrive in the great outdoors. A backpack and light camping gear are recommended, but not required. (516) 750-3104

Hermosa Beach CIT - Restaurant Camp II - St. Cross Episcopal Church Kitchen
Kitchen Kids CIT program provides the opportunity for teens to develop leadership and culinary skills. This program is ideal for high school students who love helping younger kids and being in the kitchen. Being a Kitchen Kid CIT is fun and rewarding. Special roles include assisting culinary coaches with mini lessons at the start of each day, prepping ingredients, providing support to the younger chefs, supervising clean up, creating extra recipes throughout the week, organizing the farmers market day, and leading their own small group at the end of the week. CITs are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the regular camp day. Class Description for campers: By popular demand… Restaurant Camp II features the same great format of Restaurant Camp II, but features all new recipes! Campers can attend either or all sessions of Restaurant Camp this summer; Restaurant Camp I is not a pre-requisite of Restaurant Camp I.Calling all budding chefs, entrepreneurs, and restaurant enthusiasts! Open and operate your very own restaurant in Kitchen Kids popular Restaurant Camp! Chefs will tour the kitchen and front of house of a local restaurant, and immerse themselves in every step of the process: choose the concept and... 310-450-3462

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