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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Preschool Day Camp ~ Healthy Bodies, Healthy Cooking - The Evergreen School
What tasty snacks our children will they create and enjoy each day! Class discussion will include healthy foods, what nutritional content do the different foods offer, and physical fitness. Class activities include reading, crafting, fitness, science, and simple cooking. 206-957-1533
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Camp Discovery
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
59.23 Miles
Address:
608 W Douglas Ave Ste 100, Wichita, Kansas 67203
Camp teaches Diabetes care while providing recreational fun. Qualified Medical staff are present.
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies,...
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Sterling, KS Summer Camps

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MLK Day Camp - 9 am till 12 pm - McKinney, TX
Join us for a fun MLK Day Camp on Monday, January 16th! We'll learn about U.S. history, play games, do crafts, and have open play. A snack and water will be provided. ​ 9 am till 12 pm - 4 to 9 years old ​ Space is limited. You must sign up in advance by calling (972) 984-1306 or emailing [email protected] ​ $30 for one child $55 for two siblings $80 for three siblings

PreTeen Camp - Lake Charles, LA


CentrKid Camp Meeting - Glen Allen, VA
Eric and I will be getting everyone together in the New Fellowship Hall for one last meeting before we go to camp. We will re-visit each camps departure and return times, money that is needed, packing lists, camp commissioning services, rules and expectations etc. If you have not turned in your paperwork or deposits, this will be your last opportunity to do so. If you still need your paperwork notarized, I will take care of that for you at the meeting. All Chaperones, Parents and Campers are welcome. The CentriKid Camp has four openings if your camper would like to invite their friend. Non Hunton Campers will need to pay the full fee for camp of $336. Please let me know by this Sunday's meeting as I will need to drop these 4 slots by May 1st if we are not going to use them. If you have any questions call/text me at 387-7111.

TASK Youth Camp - Cassville, MO
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Teen Camp - Miami, FL


LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Classical Audition (Premier) - Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
AUDITION REQUIREMENTS Intermediate Requirements: - One two-octave major scale up to three sharps/flats (chosen by moderator) - One sight reading excerpt (provided at audition) - An unaccompanied etude or solo work that best represents students technical and artistic skills—no more than 3 minutes in length Advanced Requirements: - 2 two-octave major scales up to five sharps/flats (chosen by moderator) - One sight reading excerpt (provided at audition) - An unaccompanied etude or solo work that best represents students technical and artistic skills—no more than 3 minutes in length - 2016-17 Advanced Excerpt** Premier Requirements: - 2 three-octave major scales up to seven sharps/flats (chosen by moderator) - One sight reading excerpt (provided at audition) - An unaccompanied etude or solo work that best represents students technical and artistic skills—no more than 3 minutes in length - 2016-17 Advanced Excerpt** - 2017-17 Premier Excerpt** **Excerpts will be announced on the website (www.dso.org/wfa) on March 1, 2016 Please note: Students should audition for the highest level ensemble for which they would like to be considered. Students will automatically be considered for a different level if they do not make their top choice. 3135765060.0

Middle School Green Team Spring - Villa Academy
The Green Team is a student-driven after-school club that will explore issues of environmental stewardship, sustainability, and conservation such as food waste composting, recycling, energy use, and air quality. This student team will participate in hands-on environmental science projects that will include conducting research, gathering data, and analyzing and sharing results. Participants will receive community service based on attendance. This class meets every other week beginning December 17th. 206-524-7009

PM Computer Game Design Level I - Scottsdale Country Day School Campus
Students will learn the fundamentals of creating a computer game using the program, Construct. They will learn the art and science of creating complex levels filled with obstacles, puzzles, and opponents. The basics of programming, level design, and game design will be introduced. 480-833-7338

Camp Splash I - Off the Beaten Path Bookstore
This camp is all about getting wet! Learn about the issues surrounding water locally and around the world. Well read a variety of books about water adventures and even have a river rafting adventure of our own! Campers will explore the waterways in our Yampa River Valley and try their hands at catching aquatic insects and fish. This camp includes an overnight rafting trip with Camp Splash II students. Students will attend camp in Steamboat M-W 8:30-5PM. Leave Steamboat early Thursday morning and return Friday at 1pm. 855-426-6587

Fairy Tales Through a Microscope - The Evergreen School
Fairy tales do not require fairies… interesting! In this class, students will be examining fairy tales. Where did the term fairy tales come from? When did fairy tales begin? Some fairy tales explored this week include The Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk, and The Frog Prince. The original versions will read and discussed. We will take a look at todays childrens literature and how fairy tales have changed through the years… often in funny ways. We will explore different versions of tales from different cultures. Students will also be reinventing their own fairy tales. 206-957-1533

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