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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Threes (M/W/F) (birthdays between 9/1/12 and 8/31/13) - JCC ECP
Daily activities for children who are in the three-year-old program are based upon projects and units of study that are interesting and meaningful to those children. A balanced schedule provides experiences in group and individual settings and includes stories, music, language experiences, natural discovery, and inquisitive discussions that include research. Classrooms are arranged into centers that include educational toys, materials, and games based upon age appropriateness and the interests of the children. These include centers for books, blocks, sensory materials, art, puzzles and manipulatives, math, science, and dramatic play. Children have the opportunity to work and play in these centers individually, with a friend, or in small groups. Choosing centers provides practice in making decisions, following directions, working independently, and learning about the care and use of materials. Outside time offers opportunities for gross motor development (including climbing, running, jumping, pedaling, and building), social interactions, as well as a chance to experience weather and seasons. Children can also experiment with sand and water during these outside periods. Daily group times provide opportunities for your child to learn in a large group setting. Group lessons include stories, music, gross motor activities, language experiences, and discussions including questioning and research. Additional activities... 512-735-8100
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Camp Alamisco
 
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20.08 Miles
Address:
6450 Atlanta Hwy, Montgomery, Alabama 36117
Beautiful Lake Martin is open to all denominations. Summer camp available & open to church & youth group retreats.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback...
ASCCA
 
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24.44 Miles
Address:
PO Box 21, Jacksons Gap, Alabama 36861
We help people with disabilities achieve equality, dignity, and independence. This is accomplished through barrier-free camping, rec. and educational programs.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Seale Harris
 
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24.44 Miles
Address:
PO Box 21, Jacksons Gap, Alabama 36861
A wide variety of recreational activities offered during weekly sessions. Diabetes education / care provided by a comprehensive medical staff.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding...
YMCA Camp Chandler
 
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26.32 Miles
Address:
PO Box 2336, Montgomery, Alabama 36102
Covering 475 acres on beautiful lake offers countless activities for youth 5 to 15. Christian emphasis.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (Western), Riflery,...
Summer Camp at KinderCare - AL
 
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33.36 Miles
Address:
, Prattville, Alabama
Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: General Academics
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Tallassee, AL Summer Camps

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Catching Up with the Walkers At a Campfire - Vero Beach, FL
Come enjoy some s'mores and catch up with what is going on in our lives! We will be in Vero for ony a few days and want to see as many friends as we can. What better way to catch up than sitting around a campfire and roasting some marshmallows and hanging out!

Centri-Kid Summer Camp - Valdosta, GA
Registration opens the first Sunday in February.

Teen Spirit Quest Camp - North Bennington, VT
“This is where I come every year to reflect, re-vision and rejuvenate. It’s my new year!”–Spirit Quest Teen Camper Spirit Quest for Teens is for 13-17-year-olds, who are moving into young adulthood and who need a safe, nurturing place to reflect on where they have been, where they are going and who they are becoming. Camping together, teens develop deep connections to their selves, their peers, their elders and Nature through --council circles, --team-building games, --nature-awareness activities and hikes, --poetry and art --movement and improv --drumming and journeying --sharing in meal preparation --solo time in nature --fire ceremonies and sweat lodges --mediation and yoga Life-long friendships are formed or deepened; issues of self-esteem and soul work are explored with a true honoring of each teen’s unique path. Teens are invited to camp for the whole week, beginning on Sunday afternoon and ending Saturday at noon to allow for more time together. Cost is $425 for early bird registration (by June 1) and $475 thereafter/per camper to cover most food and expenses for the six nights. PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD. A myriad of crafting and art materials are provided. We provide most meals, but to keep costs low, we ask each family to send some food (details upon registration). Shared lodging in our...

Profitable for Teaching 2016 - Russellville, AL
Please join us for a week of serious Bible study. We are inviting men aged 18 and older to come and study God’s word together with us. The men who will present lessons are all devoted to the word of God and to teaching that word to others. The classes will be designed to be a particular help to those who are preachers and teachers but all are welcome to come. Each day we we will have six sessions with each speaker having about an hour to present. Each evening, our speakers will form a panel for a question and answer session. Our plan is to have everyone arrive on Monday evening in time for supper. Our studies will begin on Tuesday morning and go through Friday evening. We have enough room for everyone to stay overnight at the camp location. We will be providing meals and snacks throughout the week. To cover these expenses as well as utilities for the facility, we are charging a $75 fee.

1st (of 6) Kid's Ballet Themed Camps ages 4-6yrs, Tues & Thurs 2-4pm,
We have 6 Camps $44 per week ($24 Single Day Drop-In) Only 2 weeks (on Tues & Thurs) out of each Summer month. 1st Camp, June - Tues 21st & Thurs 23rd 2nd Camp, June - Tues 28th & Thurs 30th 3rd Camp, July - Tues 19th & Thurs 21st 4th Camnp, July - Tues 26th & Thurs 28th 5th Camp, Aug - Tues 9th & Thurs 11th 6th Camp, Aug - Tues 16th & Thurs 18th Dress Code will be more relaxed but still able to move and dance in, preferably leotard and tights and Ballet shoes with hair out of face...and no clothing with glitter ;) We also ask that Parents drop kids off and pick back up, NO Peeking or Sitting and watching until we present our Showcases on the Thursdays 3:55pm :) We will hold the Camps if we have a minimum of 2 dancers but will cap each day at 10 dancers. If your camp is canceled due to low enrollment, you will be fully refunded! We will be doing new Themes with dances from Ballets each week! With appropriate roles for boys and girls! List of themes below... Sleeping Beauty (Puss and Boots, the cats dance) Swan Lake Midsummer's Night Dream (Butterflies and Fairies) Nutcracker (Gingerbread dance) Sleeping Beauty...

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Skyhawks Skateboarding Camp - Olympic Park
Experience basic skateboarding instruction with an emphasis on balance, pushing the board, kick turns, maneuvering, and manual. Campers will progress as they accomplish skills. A liability form must be signed by a parent before participation. Participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 12:1. All campers will receive a t-shirt and a merit award! Participants should bring skateboard, helmet/wrist/elbow pads, appropriate clothing, two snacks, water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. AGE CATEGORY Youth (6yr+) LOCATION OP Skate Park at Olympic Park

Older Boys (children of staff only, entering grade 8 or higher) - Huddart Park
Boy children of staff entering 8th grade or higher in Fall 2016 are welcome to register for our program for older boys, where they do age appropriate program activities and will develop leadership skills by helping out with the younger boys unit. Boys may only attend camp on days when their parent staff member is at camp. 650-308-8438

Weber CFC Sunset Camp -Session 1(June 6-10) - Weber Community Family Center (CFC)
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Theme: ????? Sunset Weekly Price / Price for Both Sunrise and Sunset Camp Full Price: $35 / $60 Voluntary Subsidy: $31 / $56 Apply for Financial Assistance: If you choose to apply for assistance, the full cost of the program will be shown at checkout until we have received and processed your full Financial Assistance Application. To complete your registration please pay the $10 registration fee at checkout. Our YMCA offers a voluntary Tiered Pricing System to help all families be able to participate in our programs. Full Price reflects the full cost of our programs. Voluntary Subsidy is a slightly reduced rate. Financial Assistance is available, but requires an application to be eligible. To select your pricing Tier you must select the matching Customer Type in your account settings. Tiered Pricing is made available through donations and fundraising. All participants receive the same high quality services, regardless of the price they pay. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Weber Community Family Center

Belmont Science Club 3-5: Pull Your Weight in Outer Space - Belmont Elementary School
• Explorations include studying different types of pulleys, simple and complex machines, and Newtons Third Law of Motion. In the second part of the program, our young scientists will experiment with electronic devices, circuits, and wearable technology. • STEM Challenges: Design and build a crane to lift a heavy load on a new space colony on Mars; Design and build an LED book light. 4439286772.0

Little Linguists Spanish Camp - Norwood Local Park
Are we in Mexico? You would think you were with all the fun Mexican crafts, games, sports and music. Create your own mask, pinata, sombrero, maracas and much more. All in Spanish! Vamos Amigos! Bring your bathing suit each day for water fun! On Wednesday, Campers walk to the Bethesda pool adjacent to the park. Campers must pass a swimming test or stay in the shallow end. There will be a $25 material fee due the first day. Bring a bagged lunch. Questions - contact -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $25 material fee due the first day to the instructor. SECONDARY CATEGORY Arts LOCATION Norwood LP PAB/I at Norwood Local Park INSTRUCTOR Sandra Aresta

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