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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Position Camp - Memorial Coliseum
This one-day intense camp is designed for fundamental skill development at the position of your choice. Players can sign up as a libero, outside attacker, middle attacker, or setter. Players will get the opportunity to work on the offensive & defensive portions of their position, and fine-tune their skills before the upcoming fall seasons! On your registration, be sure and denote which position you would like to focus on. All groups will receive maximum repetitions through drill work and competitions. Different positions will train separately and combined at different points throughout the day, allowing the campers to be challenged and improve in as many situations as possible. 859-257-2532
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Camp Sandcastle
 
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500 N Shoreline Blvd Ste 610N, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
A day camp for children with diabetes. Children enjoy the fun of camp & camp activities while learning diabetes management. Skills provide a lifetime...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Three Rivers, TX Summer Camps

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Fall Break Kid's Creativity Camp! - Avondale Estates, GA
Fall Break Creativity Camp! M-F; 10-3, more details on the GDS website!

SCY: Teen Camp A - Wasco, CA
SCY Teen Camp A is approaching the horizon. Make sure to get your early bird registration before it is to late! The cost is $135 before June 26th after that it will be $165. If you would like a registration form, visit www.socalyouth.com/summercamp. Make sure to turn into a leader or Guest Kiosk

Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included)

H Diamond W Youth Camp Camping Season - undefined, WY
H Diamond W Youth Camp Camping Season May 15 - October 30 • Grass Creek, Wyoming Accommodations for Youth Camps, Family Reunions, Weddings, Receptions, Hunters, Sports Camps & Retreats 2 Stocked Fish Ponds • Hiking Trails Abundant Wildlife • Tremendous Site Seeing Horseback Riding into Shoshone Forest/Wilderness Open Areas for Field Sports Visit http://www.hdiamondw.org/ to Book Now for 2016 Camping Season.

Summer Camp Weekend For Grown-Ups - Lee, MA
Come spend a weekend pulling classic summer camp shenanigans like they do in Wet Hot American Summer! Play like a kid again with your best friends, favorite bands and unlimited booze this August 26-28 at a real sleepaway camp in Massachusetts. *Win all-inclusive weekend passes by leaving a comment and tagging friends you want to bring as your bunkmates.* At summer camp for grown-ups (18+), there’ll be tons of camp activities and competitions for all campers, DJs and bands to participate in together, including kayaking, kickball, basketball, ping pong, tie dye, scavenger hunts, jam sessions, tennis, nature hikes, swimming, volleyball, yoga, bunk parties, arts and crafts and more. To join in on the fun, sign up now at http://bit.ly/ilfccamping Tickets start at $125 per person and include lodging in bunks, meals in the mess hall, drinks and access to awesome live music and activities all weekend. There will also be roundtrip buses from NYC for an additional cost. You can pay monthly installments as well by using AFFIRM during checkout. Full lineup will be announced soon, and past artists have included Talib Kweli, Oh Land, Great Good Fine Ok, Wild Child, Freelance Whales and more.

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TumbleHop (K-2) - University City Arts League
TumbleHop is a fun creative movement class combining hip-hop dance moves, creative dance, and tumbling! lets get moving... Important Notice from UCAL: At the end of your registration process through the Active system, you will be offered a 30-day free trial of something called the Active Advantage program. You do NOT need to register with Active Advantage to receive member discounts for UCAL programs ,and we do not recommend signing up for it. At the end of the 30-day trial your credit card will be charged an annual fee of $64.95. To avoid being unnecessarily charged, please do NOT register for the Active Advantage program. 215-382-7811

Roanoke Homeschool PE Session 5 incl. Field Day - Roanoke Rec Center
May Session 5 includes Field Day 2016!! Field Day May 20th PE is a 90 minute class that allows students to explore many sports in a short time. This program is designed so that students can be ACTIVE and learn about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. We rotate through agility stations and drills. Each unit of study includes sport specific drills and games. Including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play. We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball and capture the flag. 8179293333.0

DaVinci Kids Full Day (April 1st) - Newtons Attic
If you would like to take this class as a half day option please contact us directly to register. Science, math, engineering, art: Da Vinci was a master of it all. In this class designed exclusively for young developing minds, students get to follow in his footsteps by engaging in a variety of stimulating activities that cut across a wide range of disciplines. Tool use, building and engineering, chemistry and biology, art and design, spontaneous improvisation, and healthy dose of brain and body play are all mixed together to form this experience. Each activity will last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes as students move from one subject to the next while making new discoveries about the diverse world around them. Who knows - with this wide range of topics, your child just may discover something of interest that he or she never even imagined. 859-368-7334

Truth and Dare: Finding Meaning in Your Fiction with Rhonda Claridge - Ah Haa School for the Arts
Explore through writing where real life ends and fiction begins. This two-day workshop will help you express (and discover) what is meaningful to you through writing: What true experiences motivate your work, and how can you make them truthful in fiction? Where does real life end and fiction begin? Award-winning writer and Colorado Mesa University instructor Rhonda Claridge will work with students on creating composite characters, developing fiction out of what they know, and elucidating the essence of their narratives. Students are invited to bring a piece of fiction writing on which they are already working, or to start a new piece from scratch. Learn how to write the truth. We dare you! 970.728.3886

5. Late Afternoon - High Performance Camp - GVTC Brookview Park
Senior High Performance Camps - Advanced Intermediate & Advanced Players Ages 13-18 a. Junior High Advanced USTA 6-7 Level 1 Ages 13-14 b. Junior Varsity Advanced USTA 6-7 Level 2 Ages 15-16 c. Senior Varsity Advanced USTA 6-7 Level 3 Ages 17-18 612-600-2460

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