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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Moms, Pops and Tots 1 1/2 to 3 1/2 - Old Trail School
Parents are invited to bring their toddlers to join in fun, age-appropriate experiences. Moms, dads or both are required to participate in this programs. Session themes will include: Beach Day, Gardening Day, Farm Day, Cooking Day, Transportation Day, Music and Movement Day, and Party Day. Includes a snack and outdoor exploration. Instructor: Teresa Mc Combs, BA, Old Trail School early childhood teacher 3306661118 x469
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Lutherhill Camp & Retreat Center
 
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Distance
18.35 Miles
Address:
PO Box 99, La Grange, Texas 78945
A place for all people, of every generation to experience the Love of Christ in unique settings and new ways.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Ranch Camp at Down Home Ranch
 
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Distance
29.54 Miles
Address:
20250 FM 619, Elgin, Texas 78621
Activities: Youth Programs
Texas Elks Camp
 
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Distance
38.1 Miles
Address:
1963 FM 1586, Gonzales, Texas 78629
Safe, fun, free camp serving only-Texas children with special needs-in a therapeutic recreation setting.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Ceramics/Pottery, Drawing/Painting, Field Trips, Hiking,...
Camp Texlake Girl Scouts
 
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Distance
40.91 Miles
Address:
12012 Park Thirty Five Cir, Austin, Texas 78753
450+ acres on beautiful Lake Travis offering horses, sailing, sports, kayaks, canoes, nature, arts & crafts, water-skiing, swimming, ropes challenge course.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope...
Kachina
 
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Distance
40.91 Miles
Address:
12012 Park Thirty Five Cir, Austin, Texas 78753
Camp Kachina gives girls the opportunity to work with others, discover their independence & develop their self-esteem.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Camp Coca-Cola Texas/C5Youth Foundation of TX
 
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Distance
42.63 Miles
Address:
3012 Industrial Ter, Austin, Texas 78758
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community...
Blue Streak Stables
 
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Distance
56.52 Miles
Address:
365 Blackjack Oak Rd, Seguin, Texas 78155
All Girl' Horsemanship Camps. Campers learn to feed, groom, saddle, bath and ridig lessons daily. Certified Riding Instructors. Recognized by The Wall St Jrnl....
Activities: Horseback Riding (English), Horseback Riding (Western), Recreational Swimming
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Smithville, TX Summer Camps

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Kids Yoga Summer Day Camp - Lansing, MI
Yoga knows no age boundaries. It has benefits for the older and younger alike. Just B Yoga provides a quality yoga program for children that benefits the body and the mind. The camp is taught by Belinda Thurston and Monica Pino. Our classes teach children body awareness and positive self image while finding healthy movement exercises. Children will learn yoga asana (poses), pranayama (breath exercises), dharana and dhyana (focus and meditation). Camp includes: yoga games and exercises; art and music activities; snacks; water games Ages 6-13 TWO-WEEK CAMP Tuesday, Thursday 12-3 p.m. June 21-30th (2 weeks) $80 early-bird until June 10; $100 full registration; $30 drop-in

Kid's Pursuit hosts Mega Sports Camp (ages K-5th Grade) - Minot, ND
Kids Pursuit is ready to bring MEGA Sports Camp to the community of Minot. Children entering K-5th Grade will get to spend each evening making friends, learning sports skills, and having FUN! Each night will start off with a large rally where the kids will get pumped up with music and dramas as they learn valuable sports related life lessons and learn about a God who LOVES them! Your child will get to sign up for a sport to focus on for the week. They can choose from Soccer, Basketball and Cheerleading! During the camp, they will learn new skills and play games in their focus areas! Our background checked volunteers are committed to making this a safe and enjoyable experience for your child. A Huddle Coach will lead your child in a small group for the week of camp. Our Head Coaches will bring their sports experience to improve your child’s skills and knowledge of the game! Frequently Asked Questions: When is Mega Sports Camp? July 27-31st What time does Mega Sports Camp start each evening? The beginning Rally starts at 6:00pm every night. You don’t want to miss any of it, so please be...

KIDS CAMP- Midwest Women's Herbal Kids Camp - Almond, WI
Kids Herbal Camp offers children the opportunity to attend the MWHC while learning about herbs through age appropriate activities. The Kids Camp offers guardians the opportunity to attend the conference along with the children in their lives. Guardians will be able to attend classes kid-free and know that their children are also being exposed to plant wisdom. Kids Herbal Camp is for children ages 3 – 11 (boys and girls are welcome to participate) and activities will be planned according to ages. This year the kids Herbal Camp is run by Heidi Huebner, founder and steward of Blue Bird Hill Homestead in Hudson, WI. Kristine Brown will be offering a workshop session for the kids too! The camp will include plant walks, crafts, story time, herbal medicine making, games, songs and more. To sign up or learn more visit: http://www.midwestwomensherbal.com/

Summer Camp Cascadia 2016 - Klickitat, WA
What would it take to harness the collective wisdom, resources and desires embodied in the New Culture community? This year at New Culture Summer Camp Cascadia, we will be exploring our creative edges, expanding our comfort zone, and integrating the skills, knowledge and intuitions of participants to co-create an experience that is unique, alive, and transformational. We are inviting talented facilitators and presenters to join us in our experiment as we also open up the programming to respond directly to the desires of the group in the moment. What will arise? What will we create? What new discovery will we uncover as we practice together being fully present in our bodies and in community? Each day will include ZEGG-style Forum for connection and transparency. Together we will cultivate connections, empower personal and social change, support healing, and explore love & freedom of choice. There will be plenty of space to go for a hike, sit by the fire and create a cultural revolution from the inside out. Registration opens March 1st. See our website for more info. www.ncnw.us

Teen Photo Camp - Seattle, WA
Teens Camp (ages 13-18) If your teen is looking for a fun way to spend their summer, this is it! Students wil learn beginner photography with Mirroless cameras that wil be provided to them. Creative techniques will also be introduced to help enhance their skills and imaginations! Students are required to bring their own SD card to each class. Class Schedule: 10-10:30- In class demo 10:30-11- walk to location 11-12:30- shooting on location 12:30-1- lunch 1- 1:30- walk back to classroom 1:30- 2- Printing best shots of the day Monday: Students will be introduced to their cameras and photography basics. After the presentation we will walk to the Space needle to work on composition assignments. Back in class students will print their 3 best shots of the day. Tuesday: Today we will be going over aperture priority and depth of field. Class will head over to Lake Union. On the way back to class we will introduce bokeh and students will have the chance to try changing the shape of their bokeh in South Lake Union. Back in class students will print their 3 best shots of the day. Wednesday: Our first introduction to shutter speeds will include an in class demo for stopping action. Students will have a chance to practice this...

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Camp Sneak Preview - Childrens Theatre (CHT)
The Bay Areas finest musical theatre professionals teach kids how to sing, act and dance! This adventurous program explores theatre through collective creation, story development and improvisation. Students also learn about various aspects of technical theatre, such as set construction, painting, costumes and make-up. Guided by their teachers, students share their creativity with parents and friends on the final day of camp. Performance on final day at 3:00 pm. Participants need to bring a bag lunch daily. Space is limited, so sign up early! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Children need to bring a bag lunch daily. Final performance at 3:00 p.m. June 12, the final day of camp for Parents, Family & Friends. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Acting LOCATION CHT - Briggs Auditorium at Childrens Theatre (CHT) INSTRUCTOR Childrens Theatre Staff

Summer Junior Golf Camp-Session IV-Intermediate Camp - Heather Downs Country Club
Heather Downs CC is proud to offer the Summer Junior Golf Camp This clinic is open to intermediate golfers, both boys and girls, ages 11 and older. 45 minutes will be spent teaching the basis fundamentals of putting and chipping at the practice green and 45 minutes will be spent at the driving range teaching the mechanics of a proper full swing. Director of Golf, Dan Sutton and Assistant Professional, Grant Bollin will be on hand to lead the instruction in an enjoyable atmosphere for all participants. The rules of golf and golf course etiquette will be covered as well. 419-385-0248

Deep Space Robot Explorers - Goleta Presbyterian Church
During this week, we take campers to the edge of the universe on a variety of missions to make a distant planet habitable for humans. Campers explore the real science behind NASAs plan for Martian colonies and accompanying engineering design activities tied into space exploration. Deep Space Robot Explorers curriculum, Terraformers, has been developed by Carnegie Mellon Universitys Robot Academy. Using MINDSTORMS NXT and Terraformers software, along with videos and animations, campers learn programming, tackle building challenges, and hone their robotic and project planning skills. As an extra bonus, campers construct and launch two of their very own Estes Rockets. We are on our way to the final frontier! *Please note that if a camper has taken our Deep Space Camp or has extensive experience with NXT Mindstorm, they can register for our Advanced LEGO EV3 Robotics camp. 805-570-1988

Percussion Camp--Grades 5-8 - WCM McIntosh|Goodrich
Percussion Camp August 1-5, 9am-4pm Grades 5-8 This exciting weeklong experience will take you around the world! Learn to play various instruments and styles of world drum ensemble music and take the rhythm with you wherever you go. Bring your friends and meet new people at this unique camp that will allow you to explore West African, South American and Caribbean music and culture. The camp will culminate in a final performance on Friday afternoon. Don?t miss out on this extraordinary experience! Tuition: $329 ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Strings LOCATION Room 4 at WCM McIntosh|Goodrich

Academic Prep & Enrichment Camp STH with Robotics Elective (session 1) - St. Thomas High School
Making a Math-Brain Campers are immersed in developing problem solving and analytical skills while fostering a passion for math. Interactive activities will enhance and broaden students understanding of core concepts learned in the academic year. Logic and reasoning challenges provide fun opportunities to promote teamwork and confidence building. The goal of the program is to develop young students into creative and critical thinkers and encourage the pursuit of higher-level math courses, degrees and careers. Brain Games What does a paper clip, a spoon, and a rubber band have in common? Destructive power! Confused? These are the ingredients of a hand held catapult. Expand your mind and challenge your brain engaging in competitive games, projects and puzzles. Researchers at University of California, Berkeley, have declared that mental training games can help students avoid the summer learning slide while playing a significant impact on enhancing cognitive and behavioral development. You will take everyday items and transform them into extraordinary machines. See how quickly you can construct a maze and discover your way out. Explore what it takes to keep your Martian colony alive with only a limited amount of supplies. Test your memory, flexibility, attention and problem-solving ability. You may be surprised... 281-757-4005

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