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Summer Camps in St. James, MN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Week II COMBO LE - Yoga Rocks and Maker Space - Franciscan Montessori Earth School
Two half-day camps combined for a full day of fun. Reduced price. See individual camp descriptions for details. Yoga Rocks - AM session (8:30 - 11:30) Maker Space - PM session (12:30 - 3:30) Lunch supervision provided between sessions. 503-760-8220 x253
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Foster YMCA
 
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45.35 Miles
Address:
PO Box 296, Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360
Mission driven YMCA camp. Values of honesty, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring. 60 college-age staff. Traditional yet progressive programming.
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
Presbyterian Camp On Okoboji
 
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50.29 Miles
Address:
1864 Highway 86, Milford, Iowa 51351
Christian emphasis. Facility on lake. Music, performance, nature, low challenge course. Singles, adult, and youth camping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Drama, Music, Performing...
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St. James, MN Summer Camps

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2016 Summer Art Camp Student Exhibition - Pittsburgh, PA
Join us for an exhibition of work created during our 2016 Summer Art Camps. With family art activities, lawn games, a bake sale, and more, it's sure to be fun for the whole family!

TEEN Barre Boot Camp : M W F - Trophy Club, TX
This workout will test your core, coordination and endurance as you are led through Pilates core training coupled with Barre movements to optimize your results. Barre Bootcamp varies each day ~ all levels welcome. Transform your body and enjoy balanced workout. TEEN BARRE BOOT CAMP June 13-17 M W F (3 days) 11-11:55am Calling all Drill Team & Cheerleaders! Boost core performance and flexibility during Barre Bootcamp Ages 12-18 Early by June 10 = $75 Late after June 10 = $100

Teen Leadership Weekend - Pelham, GA
How to defend our Faith. Jan. 20-22, 2017 Grades 7th-12th Cost: $60.00 We want to invite all 7th-12th grades to join us for a weekend as we look at how to defend our faith. We will spend time in Bible study, team building, break-out sessions, and recreation. We will look at: 1. Why defend my faith? 2. How do I know Christianity is true? 3. Is God real? 4. Can I trust the Bible We will also have break-out sessions discussing: 1. Why does God allow evil? 2. How to share and defend my faith at school. 3. How to prepare a bible study/sermon. 4. How do I balance sports and faith? 5. How do I have a quiet time? 6. Evangelism tools: using different tools to share the Gospel. We hope that you will join us for an exciting and challenging weekend. To register go online to our website, www.campcrosspoint.org, click on the camps tab, and click on download camper registration. You can send in the form via email or postal mail. Mail the information to P.O. Box 444, Pelham, GA 31779. If you have any questions please let us know via email, [email protected] or call us at 229-294-2294. We hope to see you soon....

Teen Bonfire at Pine Ridge Bible Camp - Cedar Springs, MI
Attic Youth Group will be leaving the Attic at 5pm on 10/10 to enjoy an awesome bonfire/games at Pine Ridge Bible Camp in Cedar Springs. COST IS $5 and a permission slip is required. Pick up the permission slip at Youth Group tonight.

No School Kid's Art Camp PM Session- Clay Snowmen - Jenkintown, PA
Join us for a No School Kid's Art Camp from 2-4. This camp is $25 and is from ages 6+. We'll be making clay snowmen �. Please call the studio to register. Registration is required 215-885-4545.

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Ceramics 2 - Wild Animals - Artists Exchange
Animals, Animals, Animals! Make and bird out of a flat piece of clay or turn a clay bowl into a piggy bank. Campers will learn basic clay hand building techniques in this week of camp where kingdom Animalia rules supreme. Ceramics camps allow children to immerse themselves in clay studio studies ranging from basic hand building, wheel throwing, and sculpting. Campers will learn a variety of skills designed to fit the camp they are in. Ceramic focus campers will learn the technical aspects of recycling, slab work, build a simple kiln from a metal trash can and firing pottery in it. All under the guidance of a professional potter and the fire department. Clay adventures offers a beginners taste of experimenting with clay. Sculpting camps have a slight focus on bringing 2-D drawings and images of characters into 3-D form. 401-490-9475

PM Week 6: Sumo Bots - Oakhill Day School
Create your own robot to compete in a Sumobot scrimmage! Robots will be created to perform specific tasks, such as pushing objects out of a Sumo ring. No programming experience necessary. 816-436-6228

*Spring Break 2016 - Camp WED Only (TK-4) - San Carlos School District - SMART-E
"Campers" are students in grades TK-4. One Day Camp - Wednesday, April 6. 9:00am - 4:00pm (drop off begins at 8:00am). Limited number of one-day camp spaces. SMART-E Spring Break Camp 2016: "Survivor" on SMART-E Island A fun-filled week (Tues through Friday) of being "stranded" with friends on SMART-E Island! What items would you need to "survive"? SMART-E Spring Break camp will be held at Arundel Elementary School. After camp care provided (additional fee) and one-day camp options available. SCHOOL Arundel School GRADES TK/Kindergarten - 4th LOCATION Arundel - MU

B.O.A.T.C.A.M.P. aboard the Capt. George - Plum Island Point
Our week long programs aboard the Capt. George seek to inspire nature connection through a maritime lens. Well explore the coastal ecology of Ipswich Bay and the Gulf of Maine each day, and carefully plan our days according to observed weather, tide and sea conditions. Above all else, we focus on keeping kids safe, warm (or cool!), and happy. We always depart the dock with a plan, and always change the plan as the day unfolds, as Mother Ocean and Mother Nature always leads. When she offers up something unexpected--a pod of dolphins frolicking across our path, feeding gannets, hungry bluefish and mackerel--we are very willing to change plans to make for the best experience possible. No two days on the water are ever the same. 978-463-2233

Get Started on Summer Reading 6 - The Prairie School
Have fun reading a required summer reading book in a group setting. With the use of a variety of reading strategies, the course covers the reading of Maniac Magee. Students are asked to purchase the novel prior to the first class. All students should read the first two chapters of the book they are assigned before June 20th. Additional reading at home will be required. Completion of the course will allow students to easily and successfully complete the novel­-based project at home. -- Location: M-4 -- Instructors: Alicia Gasser, Prairie 5/6 English Teacher. Melissa Mills, Prairie Primary School Science Coordinator and English Tutor (262)752-2680

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