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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Brainy Bunch: Public Speaking - Mock Trial - Piedmont High School
Camp Brainy Bunch: Public Speaking - Mock Trial Our most popular camp! Campers explore public speaking through various theatrical roles in daily Fairy Tale based Mock Trials. Camp includes challenging academics, quality instructors, daily lunch through WHOLE FOODS MARKET, and outdoor recreation. More information at campbrainybunch.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lunch provided from Whole Foods Market. Menu options sent to families prior to camp. Lunch orders must be placed by the Wednesday prior to the start of camp. LOCATION Piedmont High School Room 14 at Piedmont High School INSTRUCTOR Brainy Bunch: Chris Waage
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Wisconsin Lions Camp
 
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22.1 Miles
Address:
3834 County Road A, Rosholt, Wisconsin 54473
Serves children with visual, hearing and mild cognitive disabilities and children with diabetes. Family camp weekends and facility rental from Sept-May.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Camp Lakotah
 
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22.39 Miles
Address:
N1875 21st Ave, Wautoma, Wisconsin 54982
Lakotah offers an extensive traditional co-ed overnight and day program for youth and families enabling each individual camper to explore a wide variety of...
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Lake Lucerne Camp And Retreat
 
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24.29 Miles
Address:
W6460 County Road Yy, Neshkoro, Wisconsin 54960
A place apart for faith, fun & friendships! Building strong foundations in future leaders through wilderness trips, horse programs, nature study, aquatics & teambuilding...
Activities: Archery, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Hiking, Horseback Riding (English), Nature/Environmental...
YMCA Camp Nan A Bo Sho
 
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34.36 Miles
Address:
218 E Lawrence St, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
Explore Camp Nan A Bo Sho in the majestic Nicolet National Forest. Christian emphasis, values based traditional program.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Leadership Development, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Eaa Air Academy
 
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35.91 Miles
Address:
PO Box 3086, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54903
The Premier Youth Aviation Camp. Since 1984 EAA has hosted thousands of students on voyages of self-discovery and aviation adventure.
Activities: Academics, Aviation, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Model Rocketry, Team Building...
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Waupaca, WI Summer Camps

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Francis Cabildo Music @ Life Teen Camp: Golden State in Big Bear City,
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Teen Cooking Camp: Session 3 - Rochester, MN
Your West Circle Drive Hy-Vee is offering a series of cooking classes designed to teach teens (age 12-17) essential cooking skills! Each class will feature a different theme. Teens will be able to eat their creations at the end of the class. July 28th: Italian cooking: pastas and sauces Classes will be taught in our DISH classroom by the in-store dietitian and one of our talented chefs. Fees: $25 per class, due on date of registration. Registration required at least 72 hours prior to scheduled class. To register, visit customer service in the store or call customer service at 507-292-6000. Please contact Sara Kelly, dietitian at [email protected] with any questions!

2017 Teen Winter Retreat - Jackson, OH
Registration for the retreat will be held on Saturday, January 28, from 3– 4 p.m. and will dismiss at 10 a.m. on Sunday, January 29. The Teen Winter Retreat will feature many fun events, activities and programs. You will need to bring your completed health form and activity release form that is signed by your parent/guardian in order to participate. Please bring warm clothes and comfortable shoes as we will probably be taking part in some outdoor activities during the retreat. You will also need to bring your own, bedding, towels and bathroom supplies. Registrations should be submitted by Friday, January 20 to Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp. Registrations with payments should be mailed to Canter's Cave 4-H Camp at 1362 Caves Road, Jackson, Ohio 45640. For registration information visit: http://jackson.osu.edu/sites/jackson/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/FORMS/Teen%20Winter%20Retreat%202017%20Package.pdf

One Day Summer "Camp" Event - Oceanside, NY
One day camp event at To The Stage! Fun for non-theater students (and of course, theater students!) Brand NEW MYSTERY Game: A Summer Camp Mystery! "It's talent show day at Camp Ana-waka-weeeble-wobble-rama-lama-ding-dong.. But when the talent show judge is poisoned with a cup of juice, it becomes clear that someone doesn't want the show to go on! Solve the mystery in this fun interactive party game. Costumes provided." Pizza will be served! Grades 2-6 12-3pm $35 (Non-registered students) $30 (Registered students) $5 off for siblings Must fully register in advance. Limited to 20 kids. Cash/check only for this event.

No School Kid’s Cooking Camp—Pumpkin, Apples, Butternut Squash - Chica
Ages 8-13, Hands-On, 4 hour class $30 Our school doors aren’t closed today. We’d love to educate your child(ren) on their day off with a skill set that will be used for decades to come—cooking! All participants will be shopping, prepping, cooking, eating and cleaning. Most food is made from scratch and in season! Today’s menu will focus on the fall produce of pumpkin, apples, butternut squash and cranberries: pumpkin bread with maple butter, apple pockets, curried butternut squash soup with cranberry chutney and baked brie crostini. Call 312.587.0648 to sign up today - limited seats available!

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Fairytale STEAM Science Camp Grades 1-5 - Clague Middle School
[] Join the NUTTY SCIENTISTS to enter the pages of famous fairy tales to overcome amazing obstacles by using science, technology, engineering, and mathematics! Art, theater, science, and a lot of inspiration to spark campers imaginations. Campers take a journey into various fairytales that they may save Humpty Dumpty from falling, design bridges to withstand the trolls, find reflection in the magic mirror, and build towers and so much more. Extended camp care available, enroll in ID# 2301. 405. Enroll today! Early Bird discount $269, ends April 18th at 5pm. Campers provide own lunch, snacks and beverage. Instructor: Nutty Scientist staff. Monday-Friday -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $AVE! Enroll one camper in 4 or more full day camps in one transaction and receive 10% off each camp. For online registration, discount is applied at check out. GRADES 1st Grade - 5th Grade LOCATION CLAGUE SCHOOL at Clague Middle School INSTRUCTOR Nutty Scientists

High School Baseball 1 - Brigham Young University
The BYU Baseball staff is excited to announce this years High School Baseball Camp schedules. Our High school camp is designed for players that are serious about baseball and looking for advanced techniques and development. If you want to play collegiate baseball, this is the camp for you. At camp you will be able to interact with all of BYU Baseballs coaching staff. You will be able to see the beautiful BYU campus and utilize all of the facilities. At camp each participant will receive training, gain important insights, and play exciting games at beautiful Miller Park. This camp will focus on advanced skill development. Squad games will provide opportunities to implement skill learned during camp and give the opportunity to current BYU coaches to give suggestions to each camper. In addition, squad games provide the opportunity to learn team aspects of competition during games. You will have the chance to showcase your skills in front of college coaches and the BYU coaching staff. Camp participants will use BYUs professional athletic equipment and unique training stations to learn the dynamics of strength and weight-conditioning fundamentals and apply them to your own individual training goals to become a more complete player. 801-422-5724

2016 Youth Tennis (6-8 yrs) - City of Fort Morgan Recreation Department
A two week youth tennis camp! Participants will participate for 45 min each day for 10 days (Monday-Friday). Camp is organized by ages AND physical/skill level. Register your child in the group that seems most appropriate. Camp Objectives 4-6 Years Old: use tennis to develop basic skills of movement, catching, throwing and hitting, 30 minutes 6-8 Years Old: to develop athletic skills, technical and game skills for the tennis environment, 45 minutes 7-10 Years Old: to develop tennis-appropriate athletic, technical, game and competitive skills, 1 hour 9-11 Years Old: to combine tennis-appropriate technical, tactical, physical, and psychological skills for competition, 1 hour LOCATION TBA INSTRUCTOR Elizabeth Smith

Working on the Wheel - Ceramics - Indianapolis Art Center
Get the clay spinning and experience the fun of throwing on a wheel! Campers will get a handle on the basics behind wheel throwing and have an opportunity to explore different techniques. All materials are provided for youth & teen classes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To receive member pricing, please purchase a membership by visiting [] activecommunities.com/indianapolisartcenter/Membership [] An information packet including a welcome letter and class syllabus will be emailed to parents one week prior to the first day of camp. Multiple Camp/Teen Intensive Discount: Sign-up in person or by phone for two camps and get 10% off the lower-priced camp! (Does not apply to Creative Aftercare.) Members of the Indianapolis Art Center will still receive a 15% discount on all camps. Prorating/Partial Registrations: If a child is not available for the entire week of camp, we highly recommend that the parent choose a different week. Our programs are designed to be a full week-long learning experience and projects are not designed to be completed on a day by day basis. We do not prorate camps. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Ceramics West at Indianapolis Art Center INSTRUCTOR TBD TBD

Spring Beekeeping Basics - Summit School
Spring Beekeeping Basics 2nd, 3rd & 4th Graders, Thursdays, 3:00-4:00 pm, $150 March 3, 10, 17, 24, April 7, 14, 21, 28 Taught by Chris Culp Winter hive recovery and hive expansion Early spring brood production Expanding hives/splits Bee foraging observations Building hive bodies and adding suppers Queen locating and bee feeding (336) 722-2777

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