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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: BZ Beyond: Supplemental - Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School
Supplemental BZ Beyond provides supervision after your childs after-school programs Monday through Thursday by extending their programming until 6:00pm. 7732811858 x630
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Luther Heights Bible Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
25.91 Miles
Address:
PO Box 389, Shoshone, Idaho 83352
Traditional Bible camp + adventure camps and servant events located in beautiful mountains outstanding Christian staff.
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Community Service, Horseback Riding (Western), Rafting,...
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Twin Falls, ID Summer Camps

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Camas Youth Rugby Skills Camp - Camas, WA
Join a Fast-Growing Sport that Develops Leadership, Teamwork, and Sportsmanship. Grades 3-6 play a touch version. Safe contact techniques are rigorously taught for tackle rugby played in Grades 7 & 8. Rugby is a fast, fun, and inclusive team sport that anyone can play. Teamwork is essential to success in rugby, a game where everyone has a chance to carry the ball and score. Coed Rugby Skills Camp Grade 3-8 February 27, 2016 10:00AM to 12:00PM Cardon Field at Camas High Learn the catching, passing, and rules. Drinks and snack bars provided after playing. Hosted by Rugby Oregon, a division of USA Rugby Cost $15 includes T-shirt Please click on register at www.rugbyoregon.com For assistance call 360-210-7706 Spring League Grade 3-8 March thru May, 2016 Grades 3 and 4 Coed Touch Cost to register $ 90 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 Grades 5 and 6 Coed Touch Cost to register $ 90 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 Grade 7 and 8 Boys Tackle (Safe tackling is taught) Cost to register ...

Youth Colorguard Camp - Salem, MO
Come join us for Youth Color Guard Camp in February! Grades 3-5. Register by January 15th to make sure you can recieve a t-shirt. We will practice Monday, February 8th and Tuesday, February 9th from 6pm until 7pm in the High School Band Room. Performance will be during the half time of the Varsity basketball game Thursday, February 11th. Contact Kelsey Schatz for any additional information!

Summer Camp '15 - New Port Richey, FL
Summer Camp '15 will be here before we know it. The projected dates are August 3rd - 6th (may be subject to change). Total cost is $275 per student. Early bird pricing is $225 and that is ONLY with a non-refundable $125 deposit in by APRIL 1st. After April all deposits are $100 to reserve your spot with total cost $275. ALL $money$ is DUE by July 23rd. The location is TBA. You do not want to miss out, the sooner you get your deposits in the better. Stay tuned more details to follow. Payment Plan for total $275: April: $100 May: $ 75 June: $50 July: $50

Kid's Camp: Super Hero - Madera, CA
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Kids Camp (Columbus Day No School) Ages 11 to 16 - Plano, IL
Kids can join us from 10am-1pm and complete three different art projects using different mediums. All fall/Halloween projects. Pottery, Fused Glass & Canvas. Pottery & Glass projects will be available for pick up with in 5-7 days. Canvas project will go home that day. This session recommended ages 11yrs to 16yrs. $35 per artist.

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Session 2 - Regular - TTG Camp
Beaver Dam Rehoboth Beach High Speed Cruise at Baltimore Inner Harbor Overnight trip to Dorney Park with Family Fun Park on 2nd day 301-540-4356

Weeks of Discovery Grades (PreK-5th) - Ethical Culture
WEEKS OF DISCOVERY is an exciting vacation break program filled with age-appropriate activities for children in Grades PreK – 5th. The program takes full advantage of a gymnasium and rooftop playground as well as the closeness of Central Park. Throughout the week, children investigate themes incorporated into art, science, and nature activities and share their discoveries with each other. These themes are expanded in other activities, including sports, games, music, movement, storytelling, drama, and cooking. Under the supervision of experienced counselors, children also go on special outings and adventures. Although each child is part of a smaller peer group of similar ages, every child is also a member of the larger group. This gives each child a different and special kind of social and learning experience. Children have fun, exciting days, but there is always time for relaxation, reflection, and individual pursuits. TYPICAL DAY * Music/dancing * Meeting * Activities (e.g., sports & games, arts & crafts, cooking projects, science projects, and playing outdoors). * Mid morning Story Break. *LUNCH *Second set of choice activities * Snack, Movie * Closing Meeting Clare Svedlow - Co-Director Eric Royo - Co-Director 212-712-6230

Etiquette FUNday Bootcamp - Old Trail School
A fun class for the summer to learn and catch up on all your social skills. Campers will learn all about being the perfect host from party planning and set up to how to write thank you notes. They will make their own beginner stationary kits, then make their way to the dining table and fine tune those skills from the kitchen table to fine dining. There will be a class on visual poise, introductions, telephone manners and meeting new friends. A grooming class with closet organization, nail grooming or tie tying. Plus lots more. Foods will be served at several of the classes. Instructor: Catherine Holloway 3306661118 x469

Zoo Explorers Session - EX5 Creatures of the Night - Henry Vilas Zoo
Zoo Explorers camps are full-day, week-long programs for grades 2-3. Camps run Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm, with free before and after care offered from 8-9am & 3-5pm. Limit 16 campers per session. "Creatures of the Night": It takes something special to navigate the night! Explore the adaptations of nocturnal animals. 1-608-266-4732

Build an App Workshop - 4.0 Schools
Ever wonder what its like to work at a tech company? In this workshop, well look at the many aspects of what goes into building a product like Facebook or Twitter. Students will wear many hats, playing the role of product designers, developers, and customers. To top it all off, students will build their own application and gain a basic understanding of the Ruby programming language. This is a great introduction to programming for teens in grades 9-12. (718) 395-9655

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