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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Adapted Bike Camp - Forsythe Middle School
This summer, LightUp is pleased to be partnering with the Ann Arbor Public School Recreation & Education Department to bring an exciting new bike camp to Ann Arbor. This camp gives individuals with special needs the thrill of independently riding a two-wheel bicycle. Developed by iCan Shine Inc., this program is offered through a 5-day summer camp. Camp runs during the week of June 27th for 75 minutes per day, there are 5 sections of camp to choose from. Monday- Friday , 75 minutes per day. This summers (2016) camp is geared specifically to the needs of youth diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. To apply, complete an application with the Ann Arbor Public School Recreation and Education Department. LightUp will provide a limited number of scholarships to families who may qualify based on financial need. Follow this link to apply to LightUps financial scholarship. You will be notified of your scholarship status on or before June 13th, 2016 LOCATION FORSYTHE GYM at Forsythe Middle School INSTRUCTOR Light Up
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Cahinnio
 
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5705 Gordon Ln, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72903
Camp Cahinnio offers girls the chance to: build character, gain leadership skills, gain a sence of belonging, have fun as they grow strong. Non...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
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Waldron, AR Summer Camps

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Pre-Teen Retreat - Hallstead, PA
A weekend at Camp Iroquoina for boys and girls ages 8 - 13. http://iroquoina.org/retreats/pre-teen-retreat/

Kid's Beginner Sewing Camp - Yakima, WA
Learn to sew while making some super fun projects in this four day Sewing Camp. Each day you will learn new skills and have something you made to take home with you.Projects include a felt pouch, book bag and a pair of shorts. All supplies are included. Class runs August 2-5 from 2:00-4:30pm. For budding sewists ages 7 and up. This camp isn't just for the girls, boys are welcome too!!! It's hot in August! Don't forget to bring a water bottle! For more information or to register for this class, visit http://www.yakimamakerspace.org/event-2264490

Camp Angel Teen Mentor Application and Training - Mendota Heights, MN
Angel Foundation’s Facing Cancer Together Teen Mentor program, provides a leadership opportunity for teens (13-18) to apply, be assessed and trained to be leaders within Facing Cancer Together programs, specifically for Camp Angel. Teen Mentors will be introduced to the field of human services, as well as provide experiences in groups with children and their families who have been struck by cancer. If teens have never been a camper, teens will be asked to be a camper in June camp in order to be an August Teen Mentor. To be a Teen Mentor you need to go through the application and selection process. Teen Mentor Program Application, Selection & Training session Angel Foundation office 1155 Centre Pointe Drive, Suite 7 Mendota Height, MN For more information or to receive an application, contact Erica Golofski, Facing Cancer Together, Program Coordinator at [email protected] or 612.627.9000

Birankai Summer Camp 2016 - Queens, NY
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Summer Camp: On The Road in Des Moines, IA - Des Moines, IA
The Summer Camp: On The Road Tour returns in 2016! Come out this January, February & March and support your favorite local bands as they compete for the chance to perform at Summer Camp Music Festival 2016! Cities and dates coming soon...

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Game Making- Middle School - Eureka Workshop
There are so many games to play! Some involve stories while others numbers or letters, but all present a challenge. On screen and off campers will analyze what makes a good game, explore all the moving parts, and create their own game. This camp takes information and logic from traditional games and applies it to the digital world. (804) 727-9817

Code-gramming - Putnam Museum
Join us on a wild coding adventure. Create your very own out-of-this-world creature, be a heroine protecting your city from disaster, or create your own artistic masterpiece. The possibilities are endless with Scratch and Turtle Art. Meet Dash and Dot and program them to play their very own concert or create mischief in the museum. Let your imagination run wild while learning the basics of coding and programming. 5633367296.0

Morning Sippy Cup N Doodle - Frisco
We will be playing and developing your young artist in these fun filled sessions through play and music. Activities include, but are not limited to: painting, drawing, molding, and jewelry making. All done in our fun Sip-n-doodle style of encouragement and non-judgmental environment. Our trained artists meet each child at their level and cheer them on to bring out their best! Art and creativity are meant to be fun! 972-886-8628

Adventure Seekers Extreme WIN4 - Camp Winacka
Cant pick just one favorite activity? You dont have to miss out on anything — do it all! Youll try horseback riding, let arrows fly during archery, take off on hikes, go canoeing and scale the high ropes challenge course in the ultimate week at camp. Not eligible for Cookie Camp. Rustic cabin accommodations. 619-610-0821

Parkrose 5th-6th Grade - East County Clubs
Bringing together volunteers from your community, the Boys & Girls Club Basketball Leadership League is committed to a safe and positive environment that encourages each participant to develop their basketball skills but more importantly their leadership skills that they will be able to use on and off the court. The goal for our leagues is to build up skills such as honesty, team work, adaptability, commitment and positive attitudes in each practice so by the end of the season, the participants are equipped with a skill set to make a difference where ever they are. 503 232 0186

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