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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Gaga Madness! - Ethical Culture
Gaga is the hottest new ball sport in NYC. All abilities can stay fit and have fun with this easy to learn, engaging sport. Our expert Gate Hill coaches focus on promoting the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, effort and spirit in a positive, nurturing environment. Expect a friendly welcome, high energy, music, a mix of game styles and a little bit of summer camp fun! Dodge, Jump, Play - Gaga Madness 212-712-6230
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Camp Omega
 
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36.61 Miles
Address:
22750 Lind Ave, Waterville, Minnesota 56096
Challenging & fun programs that promote solid Christian values/self-esteem development & spiritual growth.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Basketball, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study, Sailing,...
Advantage Basketball Camp - Iowa
 
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45.15 Miles
Address:
, Clear Lake, Iowa
You'll learn all the tricks and moves you've seen in the college hoops and made by the NBA professional players. Advantage camps were selected...
Activities: Sports Camps: Basketball
adidas Tennis Camps in Minnesota - St Olaf College
 
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56.65 Miles
Address:
, Northfield, Minnesota
The adidas Tennis Camps were developed to provide athletes an opportunity to become better tennis players in a fun
Activities: Sports Camps: Tennis
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Wells, MN Summer Camps

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The Surge for Girls - Dunn, NC
Ages 5-17 $17.50 per person Worship, Evangelism, Fellowship, and Small Group Sessions. For more information or to register please contact Becky Banks at 910-389-3554 or email her at [email protected] You can also check on PFWB.org

2016 Bikes4Kids Campaign - Little Rock, AR
The Derek Lewis Foundation continues to combat childhood obesity in the state of Arkansas by promoting execercise and healthy eating for school aged children. Increasing physical activity helps school age children to live a healthy lifestyle. Bike4kids is an annual event that helps school age children get their first bike to get them started on a postive path. Our goal is to assist 150 kids across Central Arkansas and the Delta Region to obtain a bike. Let's start the holiday season by supporting a child by donating today! www.gofundme.com/2017bikes4kids

WinterJam: Starry Eyed - Fremont, NE
3rd-5th graders are invited to join us for our winter camp, WinterJam! This year's theme "Starry Eyed" will remind kids that the God who created everything there is- wants a personal relationship with them! Kids will become STARRY EYED as they see how over the moon in love with them God is. Each day is filled with Large Group time (worship and a lesson), small groups (where kids dig deeper) and fun activities (climbing an ice wall, sledding, or playing broomball). Kids will NOT want to miss this camp! A deposit of $25 secures your camper's spot and the remaining $75 is due by January 12th.

Oasis Summer Camp in the Mountains: ADOPTED - Gatlinburg, TN
Oasis in the Mountains: ADOPTED Students (Grades 7-12) are invited to join us for our annual Summer Camp from Jully 22-25. Registration is open and you can register at www.mbcpetal.com Camp will be held at Wafloy Retreat Center in the mountains of Tennessee. Our speaker this year will be Kevin Cooper and music will be led by the Christ Layton Band. Cost is $275 which includes a deposit of $75 to reserve your spot. Space is limited so register as soon as possible. Deadline to register is May 8.

Summer Camp - Bayside, NY
DAILY MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES ARTS AND CRAFTS PIZZA PARTIES FIELD TRIPS TO: BOWLING ALLEY AMUSEMENT PARK MOVIES THEATER ALLEY POND ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER FIREHOUSE 718-423-2399

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4th - 9th grades - Drama Camp - Saint Marys School
Come enjoy a week of theatrical experiences including: playwriting, costume design, the actors process, and even performance! Students will work collaboratively to create a short play which will be performed at the end of the week. They will use both imagination and research to inform their artistic choices in everything from design work to acting. Additionally, students will explore improvisational theatre in both long and short forms as a means to stimulating the playwriting process and deepening their acting skills. Students with and without theatre backgrounds are invited to come explore, learn, and play! Rachel Wright is a passionate theatre educator who seeks to help her students grow their understanding and compassion for the world, life, and humanity through the magnificent practice of theatre. She has a BS in Theatre Arts Education from Appalachian State University. After college she moved to New York to pursue a career in theatre. She was accepted by Circle in the Square Theatre Conservatory Program where she concentrated on her craft. Upon graduating she began performing in countless off and off-off broadway productions. She served as the theatre teacher to the amazing students of PS 41 where she rekindled her love of teaching. At PS41... 9194244028.0

Camp 6: Hawaiian Luau! - Ebenezers United Methodist Church
Aloha! This camp is sure to be a wonderful time and ignite our Hawaiian tastebuds! Campers will learn how to make kabobs, Hawaiian Pizza and refresh with an Island Cooler beverage. Campers will learn how to properly cut a delicious pineapple...do you know they can take up to 2 years to mature and blossom! In addition to all the tasty food, your Little Chef will travel to the Big Island - Kona, where we will make our very own volcano and watch it erupt! Aloha! 9857050378.0

Camps - Camp Odyssey - Wood, Earle B. Middle School
Middle school and high school teens with developmental disabilities. Designed for campers who require a low-sensory, less-active camp environment. Special theme days and activities, games, crafts, and field trips adapted for group interaction and relaxation. Limited personal care provided (i.e. assistance with changing). Staff ratio: 1 staff/3 participants. TRANSPORTATION : If attending ESY, contact your teens school to arrange transportation to camp for sessions 12592 and 12593. TR Extended Camp option available at Wood MS for sessions 12590 and 12594. SECONDARY CATEGORY Therapeutic Recreation Programs LOCATION Wood MS - CLRM 255 at Wood, Earle B. Middle School

Global Video Game Designers - Episcopal Day School
Students learn how to build video games and animations using MITs Scratch Platform. Together, with global partners, students and teachers from a developing country, students take turns learning about each other. Students will play and hack each others games, and share animations. Students send weekly video messages to their virtual pen pal from a partner school. Proceeds from the program help sponsor a global partner classroom of students living in a developing country, that get matched with our students. 7067331192.0

Young Professional Ensemble: Scene Study - Roanoke Childrens Theatre
Mature students are challenged in a conservatory setting, play leads in the RCT Winter Musical, and serve as mentors and ambassadors. Admission is by audition or permission. 540-400-7795

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