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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: The Artists Way - CHAW
The Artists Way by Julia Cameron is an international bestseller on the subject of creativity. Whether or not you consider yourself an artist, this book and class will open up creative outlets in all areas of your life. 2025476839 x16
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Teton Valley Ranch Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
19.41 Miles
Address:
PO Box 3968, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Western riding at its best. Variety of in-camp activities. Backpacks & packtrips on foot & horse back.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Hiking, Horseback...
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Victor, ID Summer Camps

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Fall Camporee (Chattahoochee) - Gainesville, GA
Nov 13-15. "The Leave No Trace-oree" Register by Troop: $10 if registered on/before 10/29; $15 if registered after. Check-in 5:30-9:30pm. Check-out: by 10am Sunday. BRING: 3 (12 oz) aluminum cans; 1 (28 oz) vegetable or coffee steel can. They will make alcohol stove and housing. POCs: Robert Bruner, 770-532-7207, [email protected] or Phil Nichols, 404-316-2534, [email protected]

Kid's Day Off Camp / Drop N' Shop - Frederick, MD
Whether it's one day or a whole week, Camp Pump It Up is where it's at! Discover, explore, invent, and imagine! These themed camps are high-energy, fast-paced and just plain fun for kids. Kid's will spend part of the day playing on our gigantic inflatables and party of the day making new friends during interactive play, crafts, and hands-on activities. Camps are usually held on FCPS days off. Check our events calendar for camp dates. One Day 9 am - 4 pm........$45 Half Day 9 am - 1 pm OR 1 pm - 4 pm.......$25 Full Week........$185

Youth and Young Adult Leadership Conference - Wilkeson, WA
Youth and Young Adult Leadership Conference Sponsored by the North American Division of SDA, the North Pacific Union and the Washington Conference, this conference is designed for pastors, church elders, local youth and young adult leaders and anyone passionate about developing next generation leaders for Jesus. Over two and half days we will bring together some of the leading experts in youth and young adult ministry to give you inspiration and practical tools to transform your ministry to this emerging generation. The conference will center on four foundational practices of ministry: Lead, Learn, Listen and Love. For those who are unable to attend the entire conference, a Sunday-only option is available. This day will focus on practical tools for the local church leader. Conference Speakers Elder Dan Jackson (Keynote Speaker): President of the North American Division Brad Lomenick: Strategic Advisor of Catalyst Conferences and Leadership Consultant Chap Clark: Professor and Chair of the Youth, Family, and Culture Department at the Fuller School of Theology Steve Case: Founder and Director of Involve Youth and Coordinator for the Youth Ministry Cohort at the SDA Theological Seminary Ben Lundquist: Youth Adult Director for the Arizona Conference Tracy Wood: Young Adult Coordinator for the North American Division Paul Graham: Senior Pastor of the...

WINTER EcoKids Nature Preschool - Marlton, NJ
Our Winter EcoKids Nature Preschool begins next week! These child/caregiver classes are a great way to get close to nature with your child at Camp Creek Run. Choose from Tuesdays at 10am OR Thursdays at 1pm. EcoKids starts on January 10 and runs through March 9. Registration is required, no drop-ins please. Please email [email protected] or call 856-596-4250 to register, and visit our Facebook page for class topics and cost.

Teen Pet Sitter & Dog Walker Workshop – SPRING BREAK CAMP - Salem, OR
Gain skills and learn how to begin your pet sitting business in this all-new 2-day workshop, Spring Break Camp. You’ll learn important first aid tips, business planning and marketing skills, and learn how to safely walk dogs. You’ll also learn top tips for caring for cats and other small pets. Every neighborhood needs a reliable pet sitter – why shouldn’t that be you, this summer? Learn what you need to know and get help starting your very first business. Includes extensive workbook, business forms and tote bag. $125 - Monday and Tuesday March 21 & 22 10-4pm both days. Ages 12-17.

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Introduction to Knitting - Hopkins Campus
Join Blake prekindergarten teacher Lisa Small for an introduction to knitting! Learn how to knit or take your knitting skills to the next level in this hands-on camp. Ms. Small will be offering four introductory needlecraft camps at Spring Break at Blake. Register for just one or all four! 952-988-3463

Mini Camp: Theater Camp - Parks and Rec Office and Cavins Community Center
Join teachers Nicki Hansley and Danielle Schnable for this week long mini camp focused on theater! kids will have a blast developing their acting chops. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION KCCC Kitchen at Parks and Rec Office and Cavins Community Center meets at Rock Springs Rotary Nature Center on Jun 6, 2016 meets at KCCC Assembly RM on Jun 7, 2016 meets at KCCC Assembly RM on Jun 8, 2016 meets at KCCC Assembly RM on Jun 9, 2016 meets at KCCC Assembly RM on Jun 10, 2016 INSTRUCTOR Danielle Schnable

Debate Camp 2.0 - Recreation and Cultural Center
Debate Camp 2.0 (Grades 6 - 9) Debate Camp 2.0 is limited to participants who have already completed a week of Debate Camp in the summer of 2015, or who are registered for a week of Debate Camp for summer 2016 (If plan on registering for both programs at the same time you must register in person). It will be a faster moving and more advanced program designed to sharpen debate and mock trial skills at a more competitive level. Less time will be spent on the acquisition of skill through mini-lessons and modeling and more time will be spent engaged in competitive debates, mock trials, and political campaigns. Since less time will be devoted to the direct teaching of the fundamental debate and persuasive communication techniques, campers will be engaged in more debates and mock trials throughout the week. Campers will also be working in campaign teams to draw from the ideas of existing presidential candidates to design their own original political platform and run in a Mock-Campaign/Election for President of the United States! Post camp care will be offered at the Plainsboro Recreation and Cultural Center for an additional fee. Registration for post camp must be...

Field Trip Camp - with Mr. Earl - Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission
Field Trips will leave at different times. Drop-off at the Jefferson County Community Center will be at 9:00 a.m. for the trips on Monday thru Thursday. Friday?s trip to Hershey Park will leave from the JCCC at 7am and will return at 6:30pm. Some trips may not leave until later or may leave as early as 9:15 a.m. During wait time for bus departure and drop off, games and other activities will be provided for the children until they are boarded. Pick-up for campers will be at 4:00 p.m. All trips are transported by Jefferson County School Buses. Campers will be required to bring special items each day. Campers must bring a packed lunch to camp each day, and wear sneakers, along with a snack and plenty of water. Other examples include: swimwear, extra cash for concessions/souvenirs, sunscreen, etc. Parents/Guardians who would like to volunteer to assist with the camp must pay their own fees for entry for each field trip. Parents/Guardians will need to submit a volunteer background check by July 10, 2013 in order to attend any trip. Cost includes tickets and admission for all trips daily. Please note, some pick up times may vary for certain trips...

SDSU Winter Defrost Clinic 2016 - Aztec Lacrosse Field
A winter lacrosse clinic to help ready girls lacrosse players for their High School tryouts! The clinics focus will be on stickwork, shooting and other important fundamentals. This intensive 2.5 hr clinic will sure to get everyone excited for the upcoming season! 443-799-5011

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