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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Rock n Roll Explorations Camp - OCS Arts Center
Rock instruments, vocals, songwriting, recordings, and CD design! An action-packed week for boys and girls. No previous experience necessary. Great for campers with Beginning Guitar experience! Campers will bring their own guitar or bass or we provide keyboard or drums. Led by Arts Center faculty in a friendly atmosphere where campers play in a band, learn and write songs, and perform in an All Camp Jam Concert on the final day at 3pm. Visit our website for guitar rental info. Instructors: Derek Harris and China Huddleston This camp may be combined with: 2-D Media Camp, Combined Cost: $295 OR Fairy Tale Theatre, Combined Cost: $295 *** A minimum $50 deposit each camp is due at sign-up (non-refundable). *** The remaining balance is due by first day of camp. 502-241-6018
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Camp Indian Springs
 
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2387 Bloxham Cut-Off Road, Crawfordville, Florida 32327
The YMCA Camp Indian Springs is a traditional YMCA 77 camping program with exciting adventure options that include an indoor skate park, paintball and...
Activities: Archery , Arts and Crafts , Baseball and...
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Wewahitchka, FL Summer Camps

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Winter Break Kid Camps at Bitter Root Pottery - Woodland Hills, CA
Winter Break Kids Session 3 January 4th - 8th (9am - 12pm) ($300/ per week) All camp classes are by reservation only, please email your inquiry along with a contact phone number reserve your classes as we fill up quickly. Camp daily classes are available upon request and availability. For Westfield Village Location: [email protected] For Beverly Grove Location: [email protected]

Survivors Supporting Survivors (teen support group) - - Meridian, ID
Survivors Supporting Survivors TEEN SUPPORT GROUP This group is designed to offer an opportunity for the teens to talk about the struggles of a cancer diagnosis without becoming a counseling group. We set the table in a variety of way to help the healing process happen much faster. We guide them in real life challenges and allow them to discuss and support each other in ways you don’t see in normal life. Come prepared for an outdoor farm experience: dress weather-appropriate! It's gonna be jammed packed with exercises on great communication, problem solving skills and fun team building moments that bond these teens together. When: Monday, October 24th, 2016 Time: 6:00PM- 8:00PM Where: Farmstead Corn Maze (The Farmstead 1020 S. Rackham Way Meridian, ID 83642) Who: Any young adult between the ages of 13-18yrs who has been diagnosed with cancer. (Your children do NOT need to have participated in camp or our Survivors Supporting Survivors support group to attend) Cost: FREE Please RSVP to Amy [email protected] Learn more about camp and the programs offered year round at www.CampRainbowGold.org

Profitable for Teaching 2016 - Russellville, AL
Please join us for a week of serious Bible study. We are inviting men aged 18 and older to come and study God’s word together with us. The men who will present lessons are all devoted to the word of God and to teaching that word to others. The classes will be designed to be a particular help to those who are preachers and teachers but all are welcome to come. Each day we we will have six sessions with each speaker having about an hour to present. Each evening, our speakers will form a panel for a question and answer session. Our plan is to have everyone arrive on Monday evening in time for supper. Our studies will begin on Tuesday morning and go through Friday evening. We have enough room for everyone to stay overnight at the camp location. We will be providing meals and snacks throughout the week. To cover these expenses as well as utilities for the facility, we are charging a $75 fee.

HRBC Teen Week 2017 - Duffield, VA
Teen Week 2017 will be June 11-16! Plan on coming and invite your friends! (Age range for campers: 13-19) *Joining this facebook event does not register you as a camper or staff. *Go to our website at (http://highrockbiblecamp.org/registration/) to find the forms needed to register for camp

"Be Prepared" ladies retreat - Winchester, OH
Come "prepared" ladies for an awesome move of God! I cannot wait to fellowship with you all again this year! Friday night after service we will be having dinner and a bonfire. Saturday after service if there are any women interested we will be going to the Amish country �Friday night please bring a side dish or dessert to share. If you plan to spend the night bring your bedding and shower things. Please make plans to be with us, you will not be disappointed! If you have any other questions please contact me � Becky Pitman

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Lego Mindstorm Robotics - Viewpoint School
This class is an introduction to building and programming robots using the LEGO Mindstorm NXT software and Technic building pieces. Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensor; program their models; and explore a series of cross-circular, theme-based activities while developing their skills is science, technology and engineering. 818-591-6597

Art Adventures for Kids: Session VI - Farmhouse
This one week half day program is full of colorful summer fun! Kids will create art projects each day with a summer theme. Through projects that include body motion, story-time, and music, campers will create unique pieces of art that connect to science, history, and math. They will work with paper mache, clay, paint and other fun materials. They will also learn fun summer songs and play improv acting games. Students should bring a snack and water bottle and dress in comfortable clothes that they dont mind getting dirty! Week will end with a special showcase/art show for family and friends. Appropriate for age 4 to 6 508 435-9222

Intro to Lego Robotics - Glenmont Elementary
Introducing the brand new Lego WeDo 2.0. Students will explore simple robotics using LEGO WeDo. Each week they will build models, attach sensors and motors that are plugged into a computer or tablet, and configure behaviors using simple programming. As students advance through the program extension projects can be added for those who are ready for more challenging projects. This robotics class covers topics within science, technology, mathematics and engineering. Science was never this much fun! Grades 4 & 5 meet on Wednesdays. Grades 1-3 meet on Thursdays. Students in grade 3 participating in both programs will meet on Wednesdays for Lego Robotics. Wednesday class dates – 3/2, 3/9. 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20 Thursday class dates – 3/3, 3/10. 3/17, 3/24, 3/31, 4/7, 4/14, 4/21 **All students registered must send in a change of dismissal note to the school for the dates they are attending** 5184799888.0

C. Session 2 Overnight Players - Cape Henlopen State Park
11 sessions, 11 meals, and 4 nights. USA Partner Camp - up to 5% of our camp can be recommended to the USA Futures Program. Resident campers spend 5 days on campus, living in dorms, enjoying the Atlantic ocean and air conditioned dining facilities. Camp runs Sunday 3 pm thru Thursday Noon! Yes, one of the few camps that offer 4 nights! More hockey for your DRIVE! Register Early! 4843323670.0

Aaron Brooks Foundation - Aaron Brooks Foundation
My name is James E. Hampton, and I am the CEO of the Aaron Brooks Foundation Drills and Skills program. The program works collaboratively with Schools and Community Centers to develop comprehensive youth development strategies for underserved, school aged youth. The Aaron Brooks Drills and Skills mission is to empower at-risk youth to become successful citizens by providing a nurturing environment where they will develop their academic, civic, and leadership skills while improving their basketball skills. After-school tutoring as well as lesson-based basketball drills provide these youth with the tools they need to be motivated in school and life. The vision is that every student participating in the program will gain the skills needed to choose and maintain a positive future. 2063515596.0

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