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Summer Camps in Troy, ID

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: COED Basketball Camp Grades 5-8 - Page Youth Center
This camp will start at 9:00am and finish at 12:00pm. please bring a snack. the kids will have a 15 minute snack break in the middle of camp (805)967-8778
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NIKE Golf Schools & Junior Camps Univ of Idaho
 
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Distance
10.92 Miles
Address:
, Moscow, Idaho
This camp features instruction and course play at University of Idaho and WSU
Activities: Youth Programs
Summer Reading Programs at Lewiston City Library
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
24.95 Miles
Address:
411 D St., Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Children will explore all things underground this summer as Lewiston City Library presents 'Dig Into Reading' during their summer library program. ...
Activities: dinosaurs, worms, animals that leave undergound
YWCA of Lewiston, ID - Clarkston, WA
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
25.02 Miles
Address:
300 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Contact us to find out about our upcoming summer programs. 
Activities: Youth Programs
NBC Basketball Camp at Upper Columbia Academy
 
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Distance
55.65 Miles
Address:
, Spangle, Washington
NBC Camps at Upper Columbia Academy began over 15 years ago. In the remote location of Spangle
Activities: Youth Programs
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Troy, ID Summer Camps

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2016 Bethany Youth Winter Retreat! - Lansing, IA
It is time for another Winter Retreat for our youth! Please Sign Up Promptly. Location: Village Creek Bible Camp, Iowa Leaving: Friday 4pm Returning: Sunday afternoon Price: $90 pay Mark Baranyuk Speaker: Boris Shiva Topic: JESUS Address: 1588 Drake Road Lansing, IA 52151 (563) 535-7320 http://www.villagecreek.net/ Directions: http://goo.gl/maps/UW7PV Camp Provided Activities: Huge gym (basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, soccer) Game room (Pool table, table tennis, Air hockey, Foosball) trail rides ($12) laser tag outside ($10) snow shoeing cross country skiing broom ball ice skating gym and game room sledding/tubing trap shooting (for those over 18 - $12) Sign up and pay: Mark Baranyuk Friday there is only a small snack so stop by and eat somewhere before you get to camp. If you want guests to come, talk to me (Igor) Igs Tret If you have any questions just IM me or post here. Thank you

FireKid & Creature Camp at The Syndicate Lounge
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1st Event of 2016: Oblivion - Columbus, IN
Something that has been toying with the New Sanctuary for a long time finally gets down to brass tacks. Big changes occur in the world, new horrors appear, bad stuff happens to good people, and the smart folks will bring their own in-game light sources. This is a full weekend long immersive LARP experience. The price is $60 for players who will need to bring sleeping bags, toiletries, extra socks, costumes, weapons, spell packets, and extra badass to withstand a weekend of imagination and adventure. Meals in the tavern are an additional cost, but hearty and well worth it. NPCs pay $15, and don't need to bring costuming. Their admission fee covers their meals as well. NPCs need to bring dark clothes they can move in, sturdy shoes, extra socks, sleeping bag, and toiletries. We ask that people try to get to the site by 8 so that they can have time to get into costume and go through registration before lay on at 10. We will be able to arrive on site as early as 3 PM. Local time is Eastern. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them here, or...

Pirate Day Camp for kids - Portland, OR
Kids day camp for Juy 11th, to July 15th, 2016 Ages first grade through age12. Camp runs Monday through Monday – to Fri - 9:30am to 3:30pm Before and after care are available for an additional fee - see details below. Camp must be pre-registered. There are no refunds however arrangements can be made to transfer registration to a different child. Our program is focused on teaching historical arts connected to the martial culture of Europe in the time of the 18th and 19th century. We teach history and real world skills related to the time of pirates and privateers. Learn the skills of sabre and cutlass Learn about European History and sailing culture Play pirate games Craft Projects and learn to tie knots learn sea shanties Camp takes place at our facility in West Portland. Children will train with lightweight sword simulators and safety gear. They will have the opportunity to handle steel replicas of the real thing. All under the supervision of our instructors. price $225.00 pre-paid. BEFORE AND AFTER CARE: Before care starts at 8:00 after care ends at 5:45 Kids in before and after care are welcome to work on activities provided during the camp, play board games, play pirate munchkin, use our library...

New Years Teen Retreat! - Spirit Is The Life - Virginia Beach, VA
Come experience a community based on kindness, compassion, healing, and joy. We'll spend four days and five nights together in a beautiful ocean front mansion, singing songs, sharing meals, and inspiring laughs. More info on pricing and details to come. If you have any questions, feel free to contact your new years programing staff: Malenka Kaydan (our awesome manager) [email protected] And Tyler William Dewey [email protected] Ages 13 - 17

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KOS Intermediate 1 Production - CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck
Kids on Stage Intermediate Production group One- week production camp for children ages 7-10. Campers hone stagecraft skills as they prepare for a production of "A Frozen Tale," performed on Friday afternoon. Class size limited. Tuition balance is due two weeks prior to camp. **Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least one week prior to the first day of camp to receive a refund. Deposits are not refundable. 845-876-3088 x13

Level 3: 6:00 - Lake Forest II MHOA
Coordinate front crawl with alternate breathing, backstroke, and introduction of elementary backstroke, diving, safety skills and treading water 949-586-0860 x29

The Magical World of Harry Potter (16254A) - Cary Academy
Celebrate your love of all things Potter while making new like-minded friends! Increase your knowledge of the series and enhance your wizarding skills while creating Hogwarts-themed snacks and producing crafts. Learn and play Quidditch, make your own wand, and feel closer to Harry and his friends by joining one of the four houses. Leave with memories and memorabilia you have created during the week. 919-677-7839

Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division - Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division
The Mason Gross Extension Division is a community school of the arts operated by the Mason Gross School of the Arts on the Douglass and Downtown Campuses of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. Students of all ages and stages of ability develop their skills and pursue their passion under the direction of our exceptional teaching artists. Performance & exhibit opportunities are available throughout the year. Special events bring the community into the rich cultural world of Mason Gross at Rutgers University while our outreach programs bring Mason Gross to the community. We invite you to learn, create and grow with us this year! The Mason Gross Extension Division 848-932-8618 | 848-932-8618

Skyhawks Beginning Golf Camp - Sports Complex - Greer (SCG)
Skyhawks Beginning Golf Skyhawks Beginning Golf focuses on building the confidence of young athletes through proper technique and refining the essential skills of the game. Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system as its curriculum. SNAG is specifically designed for the entry-level player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. No need to bring your own clubs--all equipment is provided. The students will be having camp at a park, not on an actual golf course. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Sports LOCATION Greer Field 3 INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff

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