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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Global Video Game Designer #1 - Middle School
Coding is the new literacy - so give your child a leg up by helping him or her become a media maker. This course teaches the building blocks of coding through MITs Scratch Jr. video game design platform. Young children will create all sorts of neat animations (including a dance party and a farm animal race) while learning sequencing skills that make characters move, jump, dance, and talk. With all Level Up Village courses, 30% of the profit goes to sponsor a Global Partner classroom of students in a developing country who will be matched up with kids at Portledge. Together, using the same curriculum and technology, young video game designers from around the world will work collaboratively by exchanging personal video messages and by participating in a digital show & share of their shared creative work. (516) 750-3104
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YMCA Camp Abe Lincoln
 
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48.26 Miles
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1624 Front St, Blue Grass, Iowa 52726
In addition to fun learning and enhancing self esteem skills Camp Abe Lincolns major focus is character development.
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Camp Conestoga
 
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56.33 Miles
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2011 2nd Ave, Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Girls experience adventure, make discoveries, and have fun in conestoga's caring camp community. Varied program options and lifetime memories.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Camp Little Cloud
 
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56.33 Miles
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2011 2nd Ave, Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Varied Girl Scout programming in a nurturing environment located in the rolling hills of eastern Iowa. Come, join the fun.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
L-Kee-Ta
 
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56.33 Miles
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2011 2nd Ave, Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Swimming, horseback riding, tree-houses, huts, cabins, low ropes, canoeing, theatre, arts, archery, community living skills, fun and laughter.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Drama,...
Tahigwa
 
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56.33 Miles
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2011 2nd Ave, Rock Island, Illinois 61201
315 wooded acres. CIT. Campers develop skills in non-competitive, cooperative setting. GS focus. Adventure programs. Outdoor education.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Caving, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Shalom, Inc
 
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57.96 Miles
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2136 Brady St, Davenport, Iowa 52803
A Christ-centered outdoor ministry that inspires all people to live fully in the spirit.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Caving, Challenge/Rope Courses, Hiking, Leadership...
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Easter Break - Kid's Art Camp - Denham Springs, LA
- One day camp, 3/30, 3/31 or 4/1. 10 am - 4 pm. - For ages 7 and up. - Includes full Instruction and all supplies. - Bring a bag lunch for your child to enjoy during our break. Projects completed during camp: 1. Paint a 16 x 20 canvas. 2. Paint 2 Pieces of Pottery. 3. Decorate a TShirt. 4. Personalize 2 Slap Bracelets. 5. Personalize a Tumbler. $95 - Registration required

Lykendra Johnson Basketball Camp - Chicago, IL
Campers will have the opportunity to improve their game in a fun filled environment. This camp will emphasize fundamentals, sportsmanship, and build confidence. The participants will have a chance to showcase their new found skills. Join in on the fun today Take advantage of the Early Bird Special today!

New Culture Summer Camp East 2016 - undefined, WV
Re-Inventing Society: If you dream that it's possible ... join us in making it real! Experience what we’ve learned in our 22 years of exploration – the compassion, communication, and intimate connection that make a new world possible. Connect in the ways you’ve always wanted, learn skills to transform your daily life, dive into the challenges of creating a sustainable, violence-free culture. http://www.cfnc.us/sce.html http://cfnc.us/articles.html http://www.cfnc.us/newculture.html http://cfnc.us/registration.html NEW CULTURE SUMMER CAMP is 10 days of: Tribe – Personal Growth – Social Change – Pushing Your Edges – Transparency – Personal Empowerment – Intimacy – Co-creation – Diversity – Radical Acceptance – Relationship Freedom – Being in the Moment – Clear Communication – Dance & Celebration – Sustainability – Hugs & Cuddle Piles! Read more at http://communities.ic.org/articles/153/Network_for_a_New_Culture_Camps New Culture means examining every aspect of our existing cultures and experimenting to find out how to create a world based on love and freedom, rather than fear and violence. We explore every aspect of life, from how we earn a living, to how we live in balance with nature, to how we create exciting, satisfying intimate relationships! At New Culture Summer Camp, we invite top-notch presenters, and live, work, learn and play together for 10 days or more. This year's fabulous...

Melrose Tween & Teen Camp: Video Production Showcase in Melrose - Melr
Start Time: 2:00 PM End Time: 4:00 PM The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today. Write, produce, shoot and edit like the pros in your first video clip in our state-of the art v... More info: http://evrd.us/s92gp

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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MaxLife KidsGames - MaxLife @ St. Peters Lake Mary
Welcome to KidsGames!!! This year our focus is on being BRAVE and developing the characteristics to be brave even in the middle of not knowing what is going to happen. We will take a close look at Bible characters and what made them be BRAVE in the midst of extreme challanges. Please select your top three (3) electives you want your child to participate in. They will only participate in one throughout the week. 407-378-7256 x103

2016 Skill Positions Camp - Memorial Stadium
This camp emphasizes development of the basic fundamentals of play – technique – concepts for these specific skill positons: Offense: Quarterback, Wide receiver, Running back, Tight end Defense: Corner, Safety, Linebacker Specialist: Kicker, Punter, Long Snapper The camp includes drills, technique work and 1-on-1 competitions. Campers will be grouped according to age/grade, height, and ability level. REFUND POLICY: Cancellations requested at least seven days prior to the start of camp will be issued a full refund less a $15 non-refundable deposit. Any cancellation request received less than seven days prior to the start of a camp is NON-REFUNDABLE Cancellation requests must be submitted to Brooks Armstrong at: (402) 525-8125 or 402-472-3116

Gateway (FEMALE) 7/11 Week #4 - Blue Grass Christian Camp
FOR CAMPERS WITH GATEWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH GROUP ONLY. Any misplaced registrants will be removed from this session. Younger campers need a lot of reassurance and unconditional love, and that is exactly what they get at 7/11 Camp. For many kids, 7/11 Camp will be their first experience away from home. So, every action-packed 7/11 day hums with words of love and encouragement sung by a staff hand-picked for their Christ-like patience and sensitivity. Counselors coach and praise the kids while they learn and explore through games, pool activities, and much more. Each activity leads to greater confidence and character building. Counselor training builds moral and spiritual application into each and every activity session. The 7/11 leadership staff creatively share the importance of a life lived for Christ through themed events at night, 7/11 worship, nightly devotionals, and one-on-one time getting to know your child. This will be the most exciting 6 days of the summer! If you have kids between the ages of 7-11, they wont want to miss this week of camp. 8592635239.0

Teen Adventure Camp - Sequoia Highlands
Teen Adventure Camp starts at 9 a.m. on June 27 at Sequoia Highlands, which is a large camp built around 1970. There is a large kitchen and dining room and a big recreation room with pool tables, pingpong and darts as well as other activities. The accommodations are in long dorms with army cot bunks, one dorm for girls, one for boys. The view of the valley is spectacular, and the charm of this camp is that it is rustic, has lots of room and is close to Kings Canyon National Park. We take trips on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to lakes, rivers, caves and mountains up in the parks, hiking & swimming & exploring the area. We will also learn about the ecology of the area and how climate change is affecting the Parks and the central valley. While at camp we will tie-dye our camp shirts, create our own videos, fish if the pond is full, and simply hang out and enjoy each others company. Campfires are planned for the evenings after dinner. Emphasis is on teamwork and building community. 559-336-9362

Cool Creations Camp - The Mandell School
At Cool Creations, each week of camp is dedicated to a different STEM project that is both fun and engaging. Campers explore and tackle a variety of situations and use their math and general problem-solving skills to address them. Through projects like designing a playground, rocket building, crafting video games and programming their own robots, students will experience what it would be like to be an architect, aerospace engineer, industrial engineer, and video game programmer. Every day campers also have ample opportunity to do the things that are typically done in a summer camp such as swimming, field trips, sports, games and other fun physical activities. Select from the following Week 1: Design the Next Generation of Toys Week 2: Shipwreck Week 3: Build a Rocket Week 4: Escape the Zombie Apocalypse Week 5: Program a Robot Week 6: Develop a Video Game CAMP HOURS 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM - please bring a packed lunch. Refrigeration will be provided. CLOSURE Camp will be closed Monday, July 4. PLEASE NOTE No allowances will be made for absences, early withdrawals, or late starts. 212-222-2925 x5416

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