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Summer Camps in Swifton, AR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Lil Lambs Camp - Camp of the Good Shepherd
Lil Lambs camp is a great opportunity for Pre-K through Kindergarten kids to experience Camp of the Good Shepherd for the first time. Age-appropriate Bible lessons, songs, games, and crafts are just a few of the things that children will enjoy on their first visit to camp. Parents are welcome to stay for the day or may chose to drop their child off with our fantastic camp staff. Kristina Beckner, experienced school teacher and wife of a Pastor, will lead this camp session. 712-328-3776

Latest Review for YMCA Camp Widjiwagan

Subpar camp
Would be an ok camp if you want your child hiking trails covered in trash & broken bottles. From one year to the next, the Y staff does nothing to clean up trash, fallen trees, glass. Last year a horse died on camp property. For what you pay to send your child to Camp Wijiwagan, I say just take them to the dump for a hike.... Read More...


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Pathfinder Teen Retreat - Sisters, OR
For teens, a retreat weekend filled with the Spirit, new friendships, and training for ministry. Teens will come back to their club with new skills they can use to train the junior Pathfinders.

Senior High Teen Camp 2016 - Augusta, WV
The Theme this year is: LIFE IS MESSY! Registration for this COST FREE week of teen camp begins at 4:30 on Tuesday, July 19th. Activities for Senior High could include (but is not limited to) Boogie Bowling (with strobe lights), laser tag, basketball, carpet ball, ping pong, volleyball, putt putting, water slide, water balloons, swimming, paddle boat riding, playing on playground equipment, softball, hiking, sharing bathroom & shower facilities with other campers, sleeping on floors in rooms at the Church building, community service, worship and recreation,and traveling to activities. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty or stained and bring plenty of towels.

Titus Ladies and Teen Girls Retreat - Lowville, NY
Margy Harryman, who will be speaking to mothers and wives, and Molly Sparling, who will be speaking with teen girls ages 13-18, will be sharing a shortened version of their Titus Bible Studies based on Titus 2:3-5. Ladies and girls will be meeting separately, but we will all enjoy our meals and breaks together. Retreat will cover one night lodging, Saturday breakfast and lunch and speakers expenses. Cabins (group settings): $70.00 per person Motel units$100.00 for the unit for up to 4 people plus $30.00 per person. Dietary restrictions can be accomodated. Please call beaver camp for more information at 315-376-2640. Please register before April 1st. Please email Kristin Reid [email protected] for registration information.

10th Annual Austin Global Youth Peace Summit - Marble Falls, TX
The 10th Annual Global Youth Peace Summit will unite 70 youth (ages 14-17) from 25+ countries for a week-long experience dedicated to personal growth, healing, cultural exchange, leadership development and community building. The 10th Annual Texas Global Youth Peace Summit will take place August 15th-21st, 2016 at Camp Champions in Marble Falls, Texas. The Summit is a place for healing… Some of the youth who attend have experienced traumatic circumstances: extreme poverty, religious persecution, child labor, gang violence, abuse and neglect. Some have witnessed the atrocities of war and have literally run for their lives; many have been uprooted from their native cultures and are struggling to integrate into an entirely foreign world. By sharing their stories with others, Summit participants find themselves heard, celebrated, and empowered. The Summit is a place for authenticity… Every youth is empowered to be themselves, completely. The invitation is simple – come as you are. The Summit is not about being “peaceful”; it is about being real. The primary intention of the Summit is not about creating peace in the world. It is about each youth making the commitment to cultivate peace within their own hearts and minds, and to walk...

2016 Connecticut Youth Camp - Ashford, CT
Join us for another amazing week of youth camp!

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Musical Stars on Stage - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Do you like to sing and dance? Have a fun filled week singing , dancing, and acting from a Broadway show and then performing a Broadway musical production at the end of the week. Think Annie, Mary Poppins, Willie Wonka, Beauty & the Beast, Peter Pan, and more. Campers will develop a confident stage presence needed for an award winning performance on Friday for family and friends. Broadway , here we come! 302 239-2434 x120

Shakespeare Boot Camp - OCS Arts Center
Campers will discover techniques to unlock the text and bring the Bards words to life through a mix of sonnets monologues, scenes, and more in this one week intensive. Instructor: Alyssa Hendricks Ages 9-18 10:00 am-12:00 pm $165 This camp may be combined with: Disney Prince and Princess Dance Camp, Combined Cost: $290 OR Film Camp Jr., Combined Cost: $310 OR Improvavanza, Combined Cost: $330 *** A minimum $50 deposit each camp is due at sign-up (non-refundable). *** The remaining balance is due by first day of camp. 502-241-6018

St. Peter in Chains - St. Peter In Chains Elementary School
Get ready for a safari full of LEGO WeDo adventure! Imagine the fun students will have creating music with a drumming monkey, escaping the jaws of a chomping alligator, or trying to calm a roaring lion! Students build these and other LEGO models that come to life by programming them on a laptop to move and make sounds. Adventures await! Please note, there is no class on 3/29. 513-612-5786

Art in Nature Camp - Churchill Park
Let nature inspire creativity! Each day, campers will use different media to express artistic natural themes. Different tools and techniques will be used throughout the week to create unique and original masterpieces. A variety of nature topics will be covered to add to the learning element. Please have your child wear clothes that can get messy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please be sure to bring a water bottle, snack, and apply sunscreen. AGE CATEGORY Youth and Teen GRADES Kindergarten - 2nd LOCATION Picnic Pavillion

Forest Overnight Camp - Camp Waubanong
Join us for a week of thriving and surviving at Forest Camp. Become the eyes and ears of the forest as you learn confidence through the skills of the scout. Discover how to blend into the landscape through the arts of camouflage, navigation without compass or map, and stealthy movement. Together with your fellow adventurers you will build fire from friction, craft and use natural tools, identify and harvest edible plants, cook over open fires, sleep in a rain-proof shelter you build yourself, and more! In addition, Forest Campers can swim, play capture the flag, pick wild raspberries, play music, tend the camp garden, or build wilderness shelters during free time. Forest camp inspires youths natural discovery, cooperation, responsibility, and independence. Campers spend their week in traditional Adirondack Shelters with up to eight other campers. Our girls and boys cabins are located on separate ends of campus. The week for traditional overnight campers begins with drop-off at 2:00PM on Sunday, and lasts through pick-up at 5:00PM on the following Friday. (802) 490-5550

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