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Summer Camps in Smithville, GA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Eisenhower Wee Ones Camp - Eisenhower Park Golf
Wee Ones Half Day Camp Wee Ones Junior Golf Camps is a fun introduction to golf fundamentals such as stance, gripping, putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. They will also learn basic golf safety, rules, and etiquette -- all while having fun! The instruction will include game-based teaching methods to reinforce the fun side of golf. There will also be activities that work on balance, coordination, locomotion, and body awareness to help the students improve their overall athletic skills. 1-888-742-7529
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NIKE Softball Camps at Columbus State University
 
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Directing the camp once again is Brad Huskisson. Brad begins his third full year as the head coach of the Lady Cougars Softball team...
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Smithville, GA Summer Camps

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ABC SUMMER CAMP 2016 - Kutztown, PA
ABC Summer Camp 2016, la référence des camps de basket aux USA !!! 17 jours de basket sur un campus universitaire aux USA Entraînements individuels et collectifs Entraînements en français et en anglais Matchs et Tournois contre des équipes US Camp ouvert aux joueurs et joueuses de 13 à 21 ans Coaching staff formé d’entraîneurs brevetés d’état Journée de shopping et tourisme à New York City Journée de shopping et tourisme à Philadelphie Renseignements : 06.29.11.30.38 [email protected] www.americanbasketcamp.com

4-H Teen Winter Retreat - Jackson, OH
Registration for the retreat will be held on Saturday, January 30, from 3– 4 p.m. and will dismiss at 10 a.m. on Sunday, January 31. The Teen Winter Retreat will feature many fun events, activities and programs. You will need to bring your completed health form and activity release form that is signed by your parent/guardian in order to participate. Please bring warm clothes and comfortable shoes as we will probably be taking part in some outdoor activities during the retreat. You will also need to bring your own, bedding, towels and bathroom supplies. Registrations should be submitted by Friday, January 22 to Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp.

Film Premiere Stages for Youth Summer Film Camp - Cincinnati, OH
***PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE*** Join Stages For Youth in celebrating the accomplishments of 30 young filmmakers who attended the 2016 Stages For Youth summer film bootcamp. Participants, ages 12 to 19, from SCPA, Springer, Clark, Walnut, Bethany House, Seven Hills, Mercy, Purcell, Waldorf, Aiken, Withrow, as well as home educated, YWCA Rosie’s Girls and The Squash Academy came to Stages For Youth and were challenged...to make a short film…in only 2 weeks! Along the way they learned the film craft, they created, collaborated, debated, negotiated, and problem solved…and all came away with mission accomplished, a testament to their creativity, resolve, teamwork, and spirit. Movies will start around 8:30 PM in beautiful Union Hall. Total run time is about one hour and will be followed by awards. We have a hundred chairs and then some, so please bring your friends. This is a free, public, family event and all are welcome!

Show:Tell, Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists at IPRC Turns 10 years
Show:Tell, The Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists turns 10 years old! Happy Birthday, Show:Tell! Past teen campers, past & present faculty & guest writers (Matthew Dickman & Karen Russell among others) will give readings. Show:Tell, formerly run by Marylhurst University, is now hosted by the Independent Publishing Resource Center (www.iprc.org). Here is information on the 2016 Show:Tell Workshop! http://www.iprc.org/education/show-tell-camp/

Little Kid Cheer Camp - Lonedell, MO
Kids in K-4 sign up today to have some fun at Cheer Camp! You'll learn cheers, a dance, tumbling, and stunting. All for $15! Contact Mrs. Hill for details!

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NOAA Science Camp Session II - NOAA - Sandpoint Campus
Held at NOAAs facility at Seattles Sand Point, these five-day summer camp sessions offer opportunities for prospective sixth, seventh and eighth graders to explore marine sciences and have fun at the same time. Participants are introduced to earth and ocean sciences and to science careers through hands-on activities emphasizing solutions to real-world problems. 206-543-2822

July 5-8: Lets Grow! (Ages 8-11) - Mountain Kids!
This week campers will have a chance to get dirty (ok, thats every week!), plant their own giant sunflower and visit a working farm. On our adventures into nature we will talk about what is growing in the forest and how old trees are in between games and free play promoting personal growth! 505-699-6230

Robotics Camp with Mr. McCarter - Sycamore School
Sycamore science teacher Mr. McCarter has a long and successful history of coaching students in both the Vex and Lego robotics competitions. The competitions are great motivators, but the true value is the hands on learning that happens when students engage with robots. This camp is designed to do exactly that. Note: this camp will run Monday - Thursday and not meet on Friday. 317-202-2500

Galaxy Robotics Summer Camp - Piedmont High School
Galaxy Robotics is offering a standard class for elementary and middle school students. Over the course of the week, students will design and build their own drivable robot. On the last day of class, a small, friendly competition will be held for students to experience a real tournament environment. The class features the VEX robotics design system, a system that allows for any style of robot to be built. Students will be placed on robot-building teams consisting of 3 to 4 students each, teaching not only technology but also teamwork. Campers are welcome to enroll individually or with friends. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is designed for participants entering 3rd through 8th grade. LOCATION Piedmont High School Room 12 at Piedmont High School INSTRUCTOR Galaxy Robots Staff

Fashion Designer - St. Johns Episcopal School
Have you ever wondered how the latest fashion trends get started? Fashion begins with imagination and a sketch. By learning key principles of color coordination and fabric patterns, fashion design will be easy and fun. Use your creativity to make fashion accessories to take home and wear at your next party. Take part in a runway fashion show. This camp will help you use your creativity to be as fashionable as the stars. 213.328.9131 x224

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