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Summer Camps in Viroqua, WI

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 2nd Grade - Bellaire - Shlenker School
For students entering 2nd grade in the 2016 fall semester. Select one session for each child you are enrolling in camp. A sibling discount of $50 per additional child will be added at Check-Out. 713-523-3877
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Sugar Creek Bible Camp Retreat
 
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13141 Sugar Creek Rd, Ferryville, Wisconsin 54628
A year round ministry for people of all ages. A christian ministry but open to all. We provide great memories and personal growth experiences....
Activities: Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service, Hiking,...
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Viroqua, WI Summer Camps

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THE HIGH LIFE Summer Camp 2016 - Poulsbo, WA
Grades 6 to 12

Impact Summer Camp '16 - undefined, ID
Summer Camp '16 is just around the corner, don't hesitate to invest in your future, so get registered today. Jr. Camp dates will be July 11-13, ages 8-12. Registration will be $75 and the deadline is July 1st. Any registration received after July 1st will be $100. Our theme this year is "Defenders of the Kingdom". Our camp speaker is Kari Lineberry, she will not disappoint and your kids will leave rejuvenated. Sr. Camp dates will be July 13-16, ages 13-18. Registration will be $150 and the deadline is July 1st. Any registration received after July 1st will be $175. Our theme this year is "Losing my Religion". Our camp speaker will be Isaiah Johnson, his ability to relate with kids will bring a great perspective and your students lives will never be the same. If you want to get involved by volunteering your Time, Money, or Talent, please contact me via Facebook or email. I can't wait to see you all!

Fall Retreat - Tiger, GA
Permission Form: http://bit.ly/sjfallretreat2016permission Information Sheet: http://bit.ly/sjfallretreat2016info Cost: $65 ($35 if requesting sponsorship) Location: Lifeteen Covecrest in Tiger, Georgia Due Date: Forms & Payment due Tuesday, September 6. The due date is strict and all those turned in late will be placed on a wait list. Forms must be turned in with at least partial payment to reserve your spot. Arrival/Pickup Times: Meet directly at Covecrest at 7pm on Friday, September 23. The retreat will end Sunday at Covecrest at 11:00am. Please have your parent pick you up from Covecrest at this time. Packing List: sleeping bag or sheets & blanket, pillow, towel, toiletries, changes of clothes to include Mass clothes, pajamas, Bible, journal, Rosary, water bottle, snack to share, warm clothes, tennis shoes. No spandex permitted in co-ed areas.

October Break - Kid's Adventure Day Camp - Oakhurst, CA
Come and join the fun at Sugar Pine during October Break. It’s going to be an exciting week full of friends, adventure and growth. You’ll play lots of games: including target sports, board games, and adventurous activities. You’ll explore the beauty of the mountains during the daily nature lessons and get “creative” making crafts and learning new skills. Each day will have reading & journal times and open times to play with friends, make crafts, join the Game Room Tournament or visit the Old Mill Cafe. You may choose to have your child attend each day during the week or choose any day(s) that fit your busy schedule. For more information visit our website: www.sugarpine.org Please call us if you have any questions, we'd love to help! (559) 683-4938

Kaleidoscope and Young Teen Camps - Jonesboro, GA
Visit Artsclayton.org to sign up for our summer art camps! Kaleidoscope Camp: Grades 1 - 6 Fall 2016 8:30 - noon Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Signing, Dancing and Acting Young Teen Camp: Grades 7 - 9 Fall 2016 9:00 - 12:30 Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Musical Theatre, Set Design, Fiber Art and Guitar. For more information contact 770-473-5826 or register online at artsclayton.org

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Commuter - Goalkeeper - Long Field
Join Northwestern Goalkeeper Trainer and former Pro, Ovidio Felcaro, for the goalkeeper-specific curriculum at the Commuter Camp. Players will be exposed to modern goalkeeper training techniques and coaching which will include (but is not limited to) footwork, basic handling, advanced handling, diving, cross management, distribution, and decision making. Space in the Ovidio Felcaro Goalkeeper school is limited to ensure a personal experience for each camper. (Grades 4-12, will be divided according to age and skill level) 847-491-4392

Twos (M-F) (birthdays between 9/1/13 and 8/31/14) - JCC ECP
Daily activities for children who are in the two-year-old program are based upon projects and units of study. A balanced schedule provides experiences in group and individual settings and includes stories, music, language experiences, natural discovery, and inquisitive discussions. Classrooms are arranged into centers that include age-appropriate educational toys, materials, and games based upon 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 lessons include stories, music, gross motor activities, language experiences, and discussions including questioning and research. Additional activities include cooking, growing plants, nature interactions, and having visitors share information about the unit studies. Children will also have opportunities for music, creative movement, tumbling, and other... 512-735-8100

T-Rex Trouble AM - 4/5 Years - DHDC
What color are dinosaurs? Which dinosaur was the largest? Answer these questions and more as we explore the world of these ancient reptiles. If you like to dig for bones or create your own dinosaurs this is the place for you! 8063559547 x108

Technique Camp #2 - George Mason University
We will have two technique sessions per day. We will also have a supervised lunch break. Lunch will not be provided. Campers can bring their own lunch or buy lunch on campus. The camp will be held at the Field House on the George Mason University campus. 7039933299.0

Fly Fishing - The Evergreen School
Fly fishing is a sport that teaches patience, improves motor skills, and fosters an appreciation for nature. No one can walk away from losing a five minute battle with a stubborn trout without a deep respect for the fish! Students will learn the basics of fly fishing – setting up their rod and reel, knot typing, basic overhead casting, selecting the right fly, etc. Discussion will also include the history of fly fishing, how its different from other kinds of fishing, and entomology. Were going to have a fantastic week fishing each day! 206-957-1533

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