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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Farm Camp for Ages 9-12 - Trout Lake
Farm Camp is a Cascade Mountain School day program that introduces younger students to the fun and excitement of learning where our food comes from. Come explore a variety of farm activities in Trout Lake, WA. Play in the gardens. Tour a local organic dairy. Learn about animal care. Feed the chickens and cook a meal with farm fresh eggs. Parents are also welcome to join in on these amazing hands-on activities. Day camps for ages 9-12 will be held Monday through Thursday from 1-4 pm each day. There will be optional transportation from Hood River, OR and Bingen, WA for an additional fee. The fee is $12.50/day/student for transport. 503-358-1949
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Curious Jane at McGehee in New Orleans
 
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47.56 Miles
Address:
, New Orleans, Louisiana
Curious Jane is a creative
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Creative Writing
NIKE Tennis Camp - Tulane University
 
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47.56 Miles
Address:
, New Orleans, Louisiana
Come experience the way tennis should be at the Tulane University Nike Tennis Camp for a week of excellent instruction in a supportive learning...
Activities: Youth Programs
Ripples Day Camp
 
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Distance
50.69 Miles
Address:
6823 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Our staff of caring educators creates a family atmosphere where campers self-esteem & parental trust are priority #1.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Field Trips, Gymnastics, Music, Team...
Camp Challenge
 
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54.01 Miles
Address:
PO Box 10591, New Orleans, Louisiana 70181
A bright light in summer till a cure for cancer is found.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Waveland, MS Summer Camps

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Teen Snow Camp Camp at CoBeAc - Prudenville, MI
Every teen is looking for a reason to take a few days off school and have some fun. Camp CoBeAc offers the opportunity for teens to break away from busy schedules and loads of homework. Come and spend a few days at camp for a time to relax physically and recharge spiritually. This exciting weekend contains five preaching sessions by Pastor Kurt Skelly, late night tubing, volleyball and basketball tournaments, team competitions, blazing fireplace, human foosball, special skit hour, annual broom hockey tournament, cozy coffee shop and gift store, delicious meals, and so much more!!! Cost is $95, and you must pre-register with the church. Teens will need money for meals on the way up and back, as well as spending money at the coffee shop and gift store. We leave on Thursday, Jan. 28 and return on Saturday, Jan. 30. Pick up a registration form at church!

Summer Camps and Teen Trips Fair - Rye, NY
Join us at our Summer Opportunities Fair and learn about dozens of overnight camps and summer programs available for children and teens, ages 7 - 18! Use this opportunity to meet with your local Tips on Trips and Camps advisor for personalized advice and ideas. Visit with program directors to explore summer options for your children. Bring your kids and get them excited about summer 2017 or 2018! Tips on Trips and Camps is a FREE service representing over 600 sleepaway camps and teen programs. For 45 years we have helped over 140,000 families find fabulous summer programs for their children. What types of programs will be there? - Traditional and Specialty Camps - Community Service Programs - Language Immersion - Teen Travel - Academic Enrichment - Arts and MORE! For more information, email Michele at [email protected] Can't come - call Michele at 914 9392491 to get started today.

Youth Summer Boot Camp - Nolensville, TN
Boot camp Specifics: Advanced horsemanship with an emphasis in ground skills training, barrels, poles, jumping, trails, and obstacle competitions. Camp Details: Campers will learn about our everyday ranch life, experiencing what it's like to care for and tend to horses on a daily basis. They will work with our herd every day. Horseback Riding is a huge part of every day's activities. Campers learn Western and Huntseat Disciplines as well as horse health/hoof care, tack care & equine science. Advanced riders become a part of drill team exercises and are challenged to consistently improve their skills. Campers will be a member of a ranch family team in which they will have responsibilities. Crossroads Ranch Summer Camp is about young people taking an opportunity to get back in touch with themselves. The pace of the world slows down, they will have time to share and experience nature’s reality, every moment is NOT booked with entertainment but through being surrounded by creation and all of its purpose, we learn more about ourselves and our purpose. More Details: Our age requirement is K -11th grade Price: $400 Sibling discounts available Each group of campers will form a family team with their counselor for the days they spend together. They will get...

Boost- Teen Renewal Retreat 2015 - Sacramento, NM
6-12th Grade When? We will leave from Westside parking lot at 4:00pm and return around 2:30pm on Sunday. How much? $40 plus one meal on the road. Westside teens- bring a friend and your friend can come free. I don't have enough money! We will have a work day in the morning of Oct 16th for those that need helping affording to go. What will we do? stay in cabins, campfire, volleyball, massive group games, and hear from guest speaker Cliff Mcgraw about simply following Jesus. Who else will be there? Teens from youth groups in Las Cruces, Alamagorda, Albuquerque, El Paso and more!! Don't miss out!!

Teen Plein Air: Art In Motion Camps #1 & 2 - Bow, WA
Choose from Camp #1 July 11th-15th or Camp #2 July 18th-July 22nd. Class Cost per week $87.50. Camp #1: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air (**Students encouraged to participate in Part I & II) "Examining our surroundings in detail, seeing beauty not only in the spectacular but also in the smallest growing things" (Lowenfeld) . In addition to work in our cozy studio, small Plein-Air outings will be held at 2 locations during this one week workshop. Students will learn how to connect with their surroundings. Students develop their observation skills and increase their knowledge about the world around them. Parents expected to drive students to the Plein-Air location specified prior to class. Camp #2: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air II: Art In Motion This is a stand alone class of can be the second step to week 1. This week will focus on gesture drawing, composition, and how to record what you see when it’s moving. There will be a short lesson with a slide show of Degas and after some skills in the studio are absorbed we will visit the dance studio and draw the dancers in motion! We will also design, draw, and paint a rollercoaster bringing the element of architecture into art! At the end of Week 2 there will be an artist...

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History 1 6/20 - 6/24 - Rockridge BART - (base of the escalators)
This is our History 1 week. This week we will be moving around the Bay Area taking daily field trips while using public transportation to navigate our way. The week will be comprised of the schedule below*. Day 1: Alcatraz Day 2: GG Bridge/SF Maritime Museum Day 3: Oakland Walking Tour/Oakland Museum of California Day 4: De Young Museum (may be substituted) Day 5: USS Hornet (Days may not be in the specific order above) We meet at Rockridge BART station every morning at 8 AM then travel the city to our destination or destinations. We return to Rockridge BART at 4PM for pickup or post camp day care. *Note: UAC will follow the schedule posted unless issues arise, in which case we will make any and all substitutions equal to the current schedule. 510-339-0676

WEEK 1 (AAA Week) - GROUP 1 - Goalies - Yost Ice Arena
Summer Ice Hockey camps have been in Ann Arbor since 1984 after the arrival of Red Berenson, Michigans current head coach. The camp has built its stellar reputation by having a dedicated and professional staff, organized practices, having outstanding rink, dorm, and off-ice facilities, and a well-supervised daily schedule that is created to promote safety and most importantly, FUN!! While a week may be designated a "AAA week (those players who play at this level), the camp is still open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender). 734-647-1201

2016 Summer Camp Session 1 - Alex Box Stadium
Goals of the Camp: 1) to give young baseball players the experience of a lifetime in a $50+ million stadium on LSUs beautiful campus in a fun, safe, positive, and action-packed atmosphere 2) to learn tips that will help advance their baseball development from our outstanding veteran staff of coaches 3) to develop their skills in all aspects of the game through repetition, both through playing instructional games and by doing drills Skills Covered: Hitting, Position specific Fundamentals, throwing, base running, bunting, sliding Instructional Games: Campers will play one instructional game in the morning and one in the afternoon (lasting roughly 45 minutes- 1 hour) Format (with some flexibility) Morning Sessions (9am-Noon) will include one instructional game and two skill sessions Lunch (Noon-1:00pm) which will be provided, will offer the opportunity to eat lunch and relax Afternoon Sessions (1:00-4:00pm) will include an additional instructional game and two skill sessions Coaching Staff LSU Coaching staff members, other college coaches, high school coaches, club coaches, LSU players, other college player, former players looking to get into Additional FAQs *Campers will be separated by age and skill level, and we will make sure that all teammate requests are met. *All campers will receive... 225-578-4150

Girls Just Want to Have Fun Quest - Carolina Day School
Are you a girl that wants to spend a week having fun? If so, this is the camp for you. You will do all things girly and glamorous! You will create art using everything from pink fur to rhinestones. The week will include making girly crafts and jewelry and having a spa day. Well even have a dance party! Leader: Patty Baer 828-274-0757

Spring Body Checking (Walpole) Ages 11-14 - Rodman Arena
May 2,9,16,23,30 -- June 6. Intro to body checking is a 6-week camp focused on: All Key Elements of Power Skating Intro to Body Checking Safe and Strong Body Positioning Puck Possession Its vital that young hockey players are fully prepared when entering the age levels where body checking and increased body contact are legal. Size and strength play a limited role if players are properly trained on body position, angles, correct posture, etc. Power skating will be the focus of the first 30 minutes -- then the players will be split by level. Pee Wee will focus on body position and puck protection. Bantam will focus on body checking and hitting. Your young hockey player will be ready for the next level after this camp. 617-710-8129

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