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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Soccer Camp for Ages 5-10 - Pearsons Springs Park
for Ages 5-10 This camp will provide technical and tactical instruction with emphasis being based upon individual ball control and skill development. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shinguards are required. Bring soccer ball, water bottle, cleats and tennis shoes. Dress comfortably. LOCATION Pearson Springs Park at Pearsons Springs Park INSTRUCTOR Geoff Hamm
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Jefferson Lakes Day Camp
 
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PO Box 426, Stanhope, New Jersey
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama,...
Camp Nejeda
 
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910 Saddleback Rd, Stillwater, New Jersey
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Hiking, Model...
Camp Auxilium
 
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14 Old Swartswood Rd, Newton, New Jersey
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Computer, Fishing, Hiking,...
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Once the program is selected, it is time to apply and register. Spots often fill up rather quickly, especially for competitive or popular programs. Parents should star their research process early, even in winter, to find a great camp and sign up. Applications may be available online or can be mailed. These documents ask for information about the family and child: names, addresses, age, interests, background and financial information, among other information. Most camps have parents fill out an application with basic information about their child: age, interest, background, address, etc. There is usually a small deposit involved. If the...




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Kid's Summer Yoga Camp - Canby, OR
Balance and Harmony is happy to announce our first summer yoga camp for children ages 3-5. This camp will introduce your child to basic yoga poses and breathing exercises through story, songs and games. Each class will also include a creative activity that reinforces our yoga practice. Children will bring a packed snack and we will enjoy time outside at Wait Park. Taught by Sherry Wolfson. Sherry holds a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and a 200 hour Yoga Teaching Certificate. She began teaching preschool and special education over 30 years ago and has taught yoga to preschoolers at Childswork Learning Center in Portalnd for the past 3 years. Classes will be held for 5 weeks (July 1st - 29th) on Wednesdays from 1:00-4:00. Fee-$150 for all 5 days. Preregistration is required by June 24th Contact-Sherry –[email protected] Or [email protected] To Register, print out the New Student Registration forms (2 pages) on the Schedule page of our website (www.balancenharmony.com). Send it with your check to Balance & Harmony 181 N Grant St, Suite 103, Canby, OR 97013

2016 Atlanta Regional Youth & Pensa Camp - undefined, SC
The wait is over!! This year's Youth and PENSA Camp will be like none other. Make sure you invite everyone you know!! It will be special. God will visit His people in a very special way. You don't want to miss out!

KIDS Campaign's 2nd Annual Childhood Cancer Awareness Poker Run - Tamp
Please join us on our poker run and help K.I.D.S. Campaign assist pediatric cancer families here in the Tampa Bay area! You don't need a bike to attend this, all vehicles are welcome! For questions, please call Mike at: (813) 613-2433.

Summer Camp 2016 - Fort Myers, FL
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. 1 Peter 2:9 God's people will never be perfect this side of heaven (Romans 3:9-12). Nevertheless, we are called to be holy because God is holy (Leviticus 11:44)... which sounds impossible. But the word "holiness" in Hebrew literally means "set-apartness." God isn't demanding impossible perfection. He calls every believer to live as uniquely separate (Leviticus 20:26), devoted to Him (1 Kings 8:53) and completely different from the world (1 Peter 1:13-16). It should be obvious to anyone who sees us that we are set apart (John 15:5-8). Jesus came to break our sin cycle and restore humanity's connection with our Creator God (2 Corinthians 5:19-21). Placing saving faith in the redemptive work of Jesus Christ's death on the cross justifies us before God (Romans 5:6-11). That incredible forgiveness and grace compels the true disciple toward righteousness, walking in God's ways not because we earn His grace, but because our love and thanksgiving manifests itself as obedience (1 John 5:1-5). For this reason, Student Life Camp 2016 will walk alongside...

Winter Teen Retreat - Wautoma, WI
This event is coming up soon, and we have received a good number of registrations and volunteers. Use this Facebook event page to share your enthusiasm, or to plan rides. The registration form is online at www.campphillip.com/downloads

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Chess Camp, Afternoon - Francis W Parker
Chess Wizards introduces students to the magical world of chess. Campers learn how to play and master chess techniques from our renowned Chess Wizards. They learn cool chess openings, midgame tactics (including forks, pins, discovered attacks and more) and endgames concepts. The camp caters to all levels of chess players, and participants are divided into Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Wizards. All participants receive a Chess Wizards t-shirt and earn a trophy. Full-day campers receive a chess board their friends can autograph! This class is offered by Chess Wizards (chesswizards.com). Chess campers must bring their own peanut-free bag lunches and drinks. Refrigerated facilities are not provided. An insulated lunch box with an ice pack is recommended. 773.797.5104

Level 1 & 2 Mountain Bike - Ute Valley Park @ Pinon Valley
This camp is for kids with Level 1 and Level 2 mountain biking skills. Kids will break into two groups after the first day of camp based on age/ability. LEVEL 1 After a kid has become confident riding a bicycle on two wheels, with the ability to steer and brake the bike appropriately, we move into more skill development of bicycle handling, overall confidence, and building up young mountain biking ambassadors. We teach appropriate trail and group riding etiquette and build on the childs ability to brake, steer, and handle the bicycle on gravel both uphill and downhill. LEVEL 2 This level becomes the difference between a ‘beginner and an ‘intermediate mountain biker. Though age is not the determining factor, kids are usually at least 7 years old and have been riding a bicycle confidently for a couple years. With level 2 comes more substantial mountain biking with drills specific to handling a bicycle on singletrack. Capacity for riding grows to longer consecutive riding stretches, maintaining energy and enthusiasm for riding, and the ability to show multiple riding skills naturally. There are no requirements for type of bike. Most important is that the bike fits the child. Gears and hand... 7193553573.0

Dragonfire Designs:Classic Arts Camp @ SMCC - San Marcos Community Center
Young artists will dive a little deeper into drawing, painting & pastels. This camp will offer the time and training to develop and refine skills, as well as the chance to discover personal artistic styles of self expression. 20% sibling discount. Join until Wednesday. SPECIALTY CAMP CANCELLATION POLICY Participants wishing to drop an enrichment class/specialty camp must contact Community Services at (760) 744-9000 x3501. Half-day Specialty Camps A full refund of fees, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be granted if the request is made on the Thursday prior to the start of the camp week. (If the request is made after the Thursday prior to the start of the camp week but before the first day, a full refund, less a $20 cancellation fee, will be granted). A prorated refund of fees, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be granted if the request is made before the second camp day. Students who transfer from one camp to another will be charged a $10 transfer fee. If a student transfers to a class taught by the same instructor as the original camp, no transfer fee will be applied. If enrichment classes/specialty camps are cancelled by the City or...

SUMMER CAMP WEEK #10 - The REALM
Week 10: Dare to…INVENT It is often said that necessity is the mother of invention but during this week of camp our spirit of adventure (and need for fun) will guide us! We will be building collaborative Rube Goldberg machines that will take on the simplest tasks in the most complex and zany ways, test our luck at a home-made catapult competition and invent new toys, games, fashions, and even reinvent ourselves in the process! (310) 399-1139

Introduction to Coding Camp - Mercer Island- Community Center
Coding Camp follows a progressive computer science curriculum that teaches kids how to code using Scratch, an event-driven visual drag & drop programming language developed by MIT Media Lab. Kids will learn fundamental computer programming concepts, techniques and best practices while learning to code interactive computer programs and games based upon the TechSmartKids Coders methodology. This camp is intended for students that are new to the TechSmartKids program and is a pre-requisite for TechSmartKids more advanced Coding Classes. 425-786-7824

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