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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Truth and Dare: Finding Meaning in Your Fiction with Rhonda Claridge - Ah Haa School for the Arts
Explore through writing where real life ends and fiction begins. This two-day workshop will help you express (and discover) what is meaningful to you through writing: What true experiences motivate your work, and how can you make them truthful in fiction? Where does real life end and fiction begin? Award-winning writer and Colorado Mesa University instructor Rhonda Claridge will work with students on creating composite characters, developing fiction out of what they know, and elucidating the essence of their narratives. Students are invited to bring a piece of fiction writing on which they are already working, or to start a new piece from scratch. Learn how to write the truth. We dare you! 970.728.3886
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Lutherhill Camp & Retreat Center
 
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Distance
36.85 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
44.32 Miles
Address:
20250 FM 619, Elgin, Texas 78621
Activities: Youth Programs
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Somerville, TX Summer Camps

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Spaghetti Dinner To Raise Funds For Youth Camp! - Sanford, NC
C.T. Townsend's Youth Camp has been the talk of our church & I can see a lot of the kids getting excited about attending! We currently have 38 kids signed up and ready to go so of course they are going to be helping out with this :) and the cost is $250 per child this would help out tremendously for the parents.. There is no set cost on the plates but just to donate what the heart leads you to❤

Lykendra Johnson Basketball Camp - Chicago, IL
Campers will have the opportunity to improve their game in a fun filled environment. This camp will emphasize fundamentals, sportsmanship, and build confidence. The participants will have a chance to showcase their new found skills. Join in on the fun today Take advantage of the Early Bird Special today!

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Teen Spirit Quest Camp - North Bennington, VT
“This is where I come every year to reflect, re-vision and rejuvenate. It’s my new year!”–Spirit Quest Teen Camper Spirit Quest for Teens is for 13-17-year-olds, who are moving into young adulthood and who need a safe, nurturing place to reflect on where they have been, where they are going and who they are becoming. Camping together, teens develop deep connections to their selves, their peers, their elders and Nature through --council circles, --team-building games, --nature-awareness activities and hikes, --poetry and art --movement and improv --drumming and journeying --sharing in meal preparation --solo time in nature --fire ceremonies and sweat lodges --mediation and yoga Life-long friendships are formed or deepened; issues of self-esteem and soul work are explored with a true honoring of each teen’s unique path. Teens are invited to camp for the whole week, beginning on Sunday afternoon and ending Saturday at noon to allow for more time together. Cost is $425 for early bird registration (by June 1) and $475 thereafter/per camper to cover most food and expenses for the six nights. PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD. A myriad of crafting and art materials are provided. We provide most meals, but to keep costs low, we ask each family to send some food (details upon registration). Shared lodging in our...

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"Kidditch": Harry Potter Quidditch for Kids! - Hopkins Campus
Get on your broomsticks for the most magical sport in the world — Kidditch, or Quidditch for kids! Quidditch is like playing ultimate Frisbee, tag and basketball all at once. In addition to practicing good sportsmanship, safety and teamwork, players will learn the basic rules of quidditch as they try each of the four positions: chaser, beater, keeper and seeker. Some players may even get the chance to play as the elusive golden snitch! 952-988-3463

Summer Camp Week 2 Ages 8-12 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Fractured Fairy Tales Week In our Fractured Fairytale world, students will learn how to adapt traditional fairytales using unexpected characterization, modified points of view and bizarre plot development. Working as an ensemble well then dramatize our new fractured fairy tale using music and movement. Working alongside one of our professional teaching artists students will also play fun theater games and learn how to develop characters for the stage. This camp aims to cultivate creativity and give participants experience of creating their very own theater piece. Children spending the full day with us should bring a sack lunch for our lunch break at the park Musical Theater Week Thank you for the music! In this camp, students will have fun exploring their own personal voices through songs and dances from various musicals! In addition to drama and improv games that foster theater skills in creativity, self-expression and teamwork, campers will create their own show that incorporates songs from their favorite musicals. Throughout the week we will also work together to create prop, costume and set pieces to use in our culminating original show that highlights our collaborative efforts! 773-944-9146

Globe Tasters - Blazers Club
Breakfast in Brazil? Lunch in Morocco? Dinner in Thailand? I hear snacks are the best in Japan. Zip around the globe cooking and eating food that is celebrated in other cultures and munching on things that you never thought would be delicious. 503 232 0186

Jr. Tiger Summer Camp 2016 (Commuters + Catching Day Camp) - Dan Devine Pavilion
This is the registration for the Jr. Tiger commuters plus the catching day camp. Here your camper will check-in the morning of June 13th and participate in a catching day camp hosted by Associate Head Coach Pete DAmour. You will then pick your camper up from the Dan Devine Pavilion. A specific time will be determined closer to the camp date. 573-882-3942

CSI-Crime Scene Investigations! - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
Learn how science is used to solve crime by using experimental techniques in a laboratory-based setting. Participants will analyze evidence such as hair, fibers, fingerprints, blood, and blood splatter. Death and decay, shoe impressions, handwriting, and ink analysis will also be studied. Participants will learn laboratory-based techniques used to solve crimes. 814-898-6871

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