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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: R 11 Minecraft Play - Temple Kol Emeth
After our regular camp hours, have fun with Minecraft and explore new skills and techniques. This is a fun camp extension for all Minecraft skill levels! Anyone can join! 770-455-1980
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Camp Kirby
 
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18.53 Miles
Address:
2217 Woburn St, Bellingham, Washington 98229
Where kids get to be kids. Rustic camp with saltwater beaches and woods. Emphasizing fun, creativity, self-confidence, enviromental awareness & time to play....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Camp Firwood
 
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18.55 Miles
Address:
4605 Cable St, Bellingham, Washington 98229
Firwood is a counelor-centered, high-energy, activity-oriented, summer camp.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Canoe Island French Camp
 
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39.85 Miles
Address:
PO Box 370, Orcas, Washington 98280
Speak French while swimming, kayaking, sailing, cooking and participating in art, theater, archery, fencing. International staff. 4:1 camper/counselor ratio.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Drama, Fencing, International Culture, Kayaking, Language...
Four Winds and Westward Ho
 
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43.06 Miles
Address:
PO Box 140, Deer Harbor, Washington 98243
Washington's San Juan Islands. Long standing coed prog, individual choice 20 activities, sailing, sports, riding, arts and crafts, & garden
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Ceramics/Pottery, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (English),...
Camp Nor'wester
 
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46.37 Miles
Address:
PO Box 668, Lopez Island, Washington 98261
Opportunities to practice leadership, stewardship and conservation. Emphasis on self discovery and community living.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
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Camp CCYT 2016 - Huron, OH
Camp CCYT is BACK! Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is pleased to announce GODSPELL as its 2016 summer camp offering! Explore all aspects of the theatre with other aspiring actors who love the stage as much as you do! Camp CCYT is the arts camp that is more than a traditional summer camp. Designed for students ages 10-18, the program is a comprehensive, one-week intensive, in which students get a chance to hone their skills in a fast-paced, creative environment. Camp CCYT meets July 18-23, 2015, 9am – 3 pm in the McBride Auditorium on BGSU Firelands College Campus. One performance of Godspell is scheduled for Saturday, July 23 at 10 am. Each student will not only STAR onstage in the production, but also will also contribute to the direction, choreography, set, lighting and costume design of the production. Students will be assigned a mentor from the Caryl Crane Youth Theatre 2016 Staff and will work as assistants on a specific “behind-the-scenes” area of their interest. Camp CCYT is designed to instill in aspiring thespians a deeper understanding about producing and participating in a first-class musical with working professionals. Tuition for Camp CCYT is $125.00 and space is limited to 34 students....

Teen Extreme Youth Camp 2015 - Venice, FL
This Summer June 22nd-26th we are going to Teen Extreme Youth Camp at Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, FL. This camp is going to be awesome with exciting preaching from Kenny Baldwin, an indoor water park, paintball, bowling, swimming, ice skating, inline skating, rock climbing, team competitions, music competitions, and much more on the Pensacola Christian College campus. The cost for this camp is $195 per student. (same as last year!) Anyone going into 7th grade fall of 2015 through 2015 graduates can attend. Applications will be available in the teen room and Church foyer. Please turn in your paper application ASAP to reserve your spot!

Ryan Hudgins Youth Football Camp - Hanford, CA
The 12th event will be here before we know it! Be sure to mark that your child is going to save your spot. Cost is $40 before March 1 $50 after. Camp will be held at Hanford West High and Girls welcome! #HudginsCamp2017

Austin Summer Camp Fair - Austin, TX
Join us at the FREE #AustinSummerCampFair on Sunday, Feb 28! Nurture My Child's Austin Summer Camp Fair will bring more than 60 Austin-area camps under one roof. Families will have the opportunity to participate in activities from each camp and make the best, most educated decision on where to send their children, ages 4 - 18, for the summer. There's something for everyone, including STEM, art, theater, sports, creative writing, robotics, special needs and much more. Parents will be given an event bag with items from our sponsors and local businesses. they will also have the opportunity to enter to win a free week of camp from over 20 camps and parent giveaways valued at over $500. Visit www.NurtureMyChild.com/Fair for more details.

Camp Livingston Summer 2015 Reunion - Milford, OH
Don't forget to mark your calendars for this year's Camp Reunion! Meet us at Scene75 Entertainment Center - Cincinnati! on January 17th from 1:30-3:30. There will be laser tag, Mini-Golf, Bowling, arcade and virtual reality games, go-karts and so much more! Make sure that you RSVP to [email protected] to receive a free $15 game card to use! We can't wait to see you there! Don't hesitate to contact our office with any questions.

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Girl Scout Sunday: Toy Hack - The Mini Maker
Patch Included During our Toy Hack sessions your kids are given a selection of old toys, such as, a GI Joe, Barbie Doll, Legos, Dinosaur figures, ect. Your kids use basic tools like a screw driver to "hack" the toys apart. Then with the use of tape, pipe cleaners, or glue gun the kids are able to reuse and recycle the pieces and create a new toy with them. For example: A Barbie Doll body with a T-Rex Head and Zombie Foot. During this session the kids are also asked to use their imaginations to create a story around the figure they have created. This workshop is open to Daisys, Brownies and Juniors. 517-233-1524

Pottery Camp Morning, Ages 9-12 - The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum
SummerART Camp Pottery Morning Program 9:30am to 1:45pm Pottery Camp Session III: July 25 to August 5 Pottery Camp This camp is for children who are interested specifically in working with clay to create pottery, sculpture, and more. Campers are grouped in age-specific classes (6 to 8, and 9 to 12). Campers will have the opportunity to use the Museums diverse collection of Native American pottery as inspiration. Much of the work created in Pottery Camp will be kiln fired, some will be functional, some will be decorative, and all of it will be treasured for years to come. Much of this artwork will be displayed at the receptions in Leir Hall at the end of each session. Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 11.48.07 AM [] AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Ceramics Studio at The Yard School of Art At Montclair Art Museum

DISCOVERY - ETIQUETTE! - Notre Dame Academy
Over the four-day course of this camp, your daughter will learn the basics of becoming a poised and confident young woman! This course will cover all aspects of developing good manners from the the importance of eye contact and a firm handshake, to learning proper table etiquette and everything in between! Students will learn the importance of sharing, being helpful and how to graciously handle uncomfortable situations. Your daughter will learn the "magic" of saying "hello," "please" and "thank you" in every day life. 419-475-9359 x1008

2nd High School Camp - Wi-Ne-Ma Christian Camp
Our aim is for the campers to experience Gods love in Jesus Christ and have the opportunity to hear His call upon their lives. Various elements go into Christian Camping including the community that comes together in the Camp, the natural setting, games and recreation, Bible study, worship, prayer, and fellowship. These all combine to form a unique experience and provide lasting memories for the campers. 503-392-3362

D1 - wk 1 - Tennis - Camp All-American
Campers will receive an introduction to the fundamentals of tennis. They will learn the basic rules and terminology, receive valuable instruction and drill practice in each element of the game, and receive instruction in all strokes and match play culminating with doubles play by the end of the week. 678.405.2266

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