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Summer Camps in St. Anthony, ID

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Jr. Tiger Summer Camp (Commuters + Pitching Day Camp) - Dan Devine Pavilion
This is the registration for the Jr. Tiger commuters plus the pitching day camp. Here your camper will check-in the morning of June 13th and participate in a pitching day camp hosted by Doug Gillis. 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
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Teton Valley Ranch Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
56.87 Miles
Address:
PO Box 3968, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Western riding at its best. Variety of in-camp activities. Backpacks & packtrips on foot & horse back.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Hiking, Horseback...
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St. Anthony, ID Summer Camps

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Teen Adventure Weekend - Elmdale, KS
Get ready for an epic weekend of adventures as we take your favorite summer camp activities and crank them up a notch for teen campers. This is a great opportunity to gather with fellow teens, make new friends, relax and enjoy many of our most popular camp activities. For just $95, it's a camp you can't afford to miss! Teen Adventure Weekend is open to campers in 7th through 10th grades. Registration forms are available at: http://www.campwood.org/upcomingevents/2017/2/17/teen-adventure-weekend Additional Teen Adventure Weekends are available in April and September. To see those dates, visit: http://www.campwood.org/upcomingevents/

TEEN/TWEEN CAMP: let me make a selfie! - Saint Petersburg, FL
You asked – we listened! We’re debuting 5 mini-camp sessions designed specifically for the “older kiddos!” These camps focus on fun and skill building over 3 consecutive afternoons of concentrated creation – allowing time for larger projects and deeper investigation of themes hand picked from customer recommendations! These camps run from 1-4 in the afternoon and are designed for students in 5th grade and up. Early bird registration rates are $75 for 1 mini camp, $100 after May 15. July 5-7: LET ME MAKE A SELFIE! – It’s time for your close up! Create a variety self portraits using photography, collage, painting, drawing, printmaking and more!

Stevens Point Area YMCA Teen Winter Retreat - Boulder Junction, WI
Enjoy a fun-filled weekend with your fellow teens while enjoying snowshoeing, skiing, sledding, indoor rock climbing, campfires, good food, cozy lodging, and more! Open to Members and Non-Members and SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! $65/person. Please register at our Stevens Point Area YMCA Front Desk or call/email Tiffany Praeger, Teen Director for more info at 715-342-2980 ext 326 or [email protected]! Click on our event photo for more information!

Kid Fit Boot Camp Ages 4-7 - Chandler, AZ


CHS Youth Football Camp - Carpinteria, CA
Carpinteria High School is hosting a Youth Football Camp the week of July 11th. They will be working on agility drills, passing and learning the game of football. It is a no contact clinic. Call coach Cordero 805-689-5898 to reserve your spot and ask questions. (This is not a Junior warrior hosted program)

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Jr. Video Game Maker 7/25 - Open Door Church
Stop fighting the battle of your child playing video games. Instead, unleash their imagination and let them create their own game! Game designers can create their ideal video games with just a click of a mouse, using our unique click and drag software. Campers will design several uniquely playable games without needing any programming knowledge or artistic skills. 919-847-7625

Backyard Camping - The Evergreen School
What are some things we do when we go camping? We need to pitch a tent, explore Mother Nature, learn how to make smores, sing campfire songs, lay out our sleeping bags, and tell spooky stories by flashlight. Were going to be do all that this week and more! 206-957-1533

1st-4th grade: American Doll and Etiquette Camp - Saint Marys School
Etiquette and good manners is all about kindness, consideration and truthfulness. This camp will celebrate young girls and all that they can be. We will try to speak to their imagination and teach them the importance of friends and family. We will use Role Play and other fun activities to entertain, educate and inspire them. The Etiquette section will include: Memory Work; a written invitation; making proper introductions; using proper telephone etiquette. We will learn to make an appointment, make purchases and just ask questions. We will set a proper table, drink hot tea from a teacup and eat hot soup with a spoon. Finally, we will help set up a proper Tea Table for our Graduation Tea. During this week of camp we will enjoy our dolls and even choose our own Doll of the Year. As we study good character traits, we will try to spark their imagination and teach them the importance of family and friends as we name and develop our very own Doll of the Year, we will write a short book about her. Together we will tell of her character traits and her favorite activities. We will also develop a family for her and... 9194244028.0

Secret World of Birds (5 part series) - Owen Park
Dive deep into the mysterious and inspiring world of our avian friends. Join us for five days of exploring the astounding lives of Birds. In this course you will gain a solid foundation in Bird Identification and Bird Language, gaining remarkable insights about what our avian friend can tell us about our environment and ourselves. Dates: Wednesdays-April 6, 13 & 27, May 4 & 11(with a break on April 20) Time: 9:00am to 2:00pm Taught by: Luke Cannon, Michael Ismerio, and Clint Corley Note: SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE(no one turned away due to lack of funds). Contact us at for more info. 8283389787.0

Outside Exploits - CuriOdyssey
Outside Exploits March 18 – April 29, 2015 (No Class 4/1 or 4/22) Climbing rocks, building sand castles, and erecting stick structures are some of kids favorite activities to do outside. This session of Science Explorers takes advantage of its location to experience the rich science behind kids play. We will certainly take advantage of the weather events to stomp in puddles (if it rains), draw shadows, and make kites. Here is a great time for kids to experience the abundant opportunities to dig deeper into what amuses them naturally. 650-340-7590

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