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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Greenacres - Greenacres
Greenacres Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation established in 1988 by Louis and Louise Nippert. The Nipperts purchased Greenacres Farm in 1949 and wanted to preserve the land for the education and enjoyment of future generations. Greenacres Foundation mission is: - To preserve for the public an area reflecting the traditional environment of Indian Hill and its historical significance by preserving Greenacres in its current state of woodland and farmland. - To encourage conservation and appreciation of nature by providing the public, particularly children, opportunities to study plant and animal life in their natural settings. - To encourage appreciation of music and culture by providing facilities and an atmosphere that will encourage artists to display their talents for all age groups. 513-891-4227
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Camp Wood YMCA
 
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Address:
1101 Camp Wood Rd, Elmdale, Kansas 66850
Set on 630 acres of Tallgrass Prairie. Camp Wood YMCA offers year round programming including residence camp and retreats and conferences.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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White City, KS Summer Camps

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2015 Teen Camp - Washougal, WA
Teen Camp (Grades 9th - 12th) ~ July 13th - 17th - Cost $125. 00 Registration begins at 2:00 PM on July 13, 2015 http://www.landmarkchurchbg.com/salmon_falls_retreat_center #nwgracesyc

Summer Camp: On The Road in Carbondale, IL - Carbondale, IL
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! Featuring: Porch Fire Ditch Dog Chromophonic The Tree Fellers

Youth Camp - Elburn, IL
If you are going into 3rd grade through High School you'll want to be part of camp this year. This week long camp promises to be one of the greatest weeks all year as we join with youth from all over the Region.

Maplewood New Kid Camp - Austin, TX
Do you have a transferring to Maplewood Elementary School in August 2016? Come out to the school for New Kid Camp on Thursday, August, 15 to learn all the basics you and your child need to know when school starts, meet the teachers, and take a tour of the classrooms. New Kid Camp will take place 1-2:30 pm., and parents/guardians are welcome. More details coming soon. Please email your RSVP to [email protected]

Youth Outdoor Adventure Day - Seattle, WA
Shake off winter and visit Camp Long for a day of fun outdoor experiences! Camp Long is celebrating its 75th birthday, and what better way to celebrate than to put the camp though its paces. Youth Outdoor Adventure Day will be a free day of fun activities open to the public, for boys and girls aged 10-20. Planned activities include: archery, high-wire challenge course, rock climbing, rifle shooting, dutch oven cooking, orienteering, fire building, tomahawk throwing, geocaching, robotics, and s'more!

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Soccer Shots - Spring Break Camp - Palos Park Recreation Center
Soccer Shots is the leader in youth soccer development for children ages 3-9. Children will learn and practice soccer skills through drills like ball control, dribbling techniques, passing and scoring goals! Basic rules and fun games will enhance your childs soccer savvy. LOCATION Gymnasium at Palos Park Recreation Center

Extreme Adventure Camp - Butler Campus
Extreme Adventure Camp is a two week coed camp for incoming 7th and 8th graders. The first week consists of adventurous activities and field trips based out of our Butler Campus. Field trips include indoor rock climbing, mountain biking, and kayaking / paddle boarding. There will also be numerous activities and adventure games at Butler Campus, including our Project Adventure high ropes challenge course. (Campers must bring their own bike and be proficient in cycling and swimming.) Week 1 will prepare students for our Extreme Adventure Trip (June 20 - 24) in Fayetteville, West Virginia, where campers will camp in tents, go rafting, rock climbing, and go on the tree top canopy tour and zip lines! *Please note participants must be twelve years old at the time of camp; demonstrate the ability to follow directions; and complete a skills assessment before going on the West Virginia trip. 216-455-0154

Survivalist Hiker Add-On - Middle School
This outdoors-oriented camp provides an ideal introduction to scouting, teaching the basics of camping, hiking, and survival. Using the expansive 60 acre Portledge campus and adjacent Coffin woods, campers learn how to hike paths, pitch tents, ration supplies, find resources, make maps, and apply critical thinking skills not just to survive, but to thrive in the great outdoors. A backpack and light camping gear are recommended, but not required. (516) 750-3104

Spring Break Program-Forest Park Elementary - Forest Park Elementary
IMPORTANT: Students need to bring their own laptop with mouse to attend this program. Snacks, Lunch, and beverages are NOT included. The program may be consolidated in one or two school sites based on enrollments. Parents will be informed at least one week prior to program start date. In this program, students learn about 3-D Printing, Vehicle engineering by rapid prototyping, and Computer Programming. They work in teams to build their own battery operated cars and race it on the final day. They learn 3-D modeling tools to make their own 3-D designs. Students will - 1. Learn how an engineer takes an idea from paper to a prototype. 2. Learn what is CAD/CAM and how it is used by Engineers. 3. Develop a design solution using given design constraints. 4. Evaluate competing conceptual design solutions for decision making 5. Plan and execute experiment; Collect and interpret data gathered by experiments; Use experimental data for an improved design solution 6. Learn about 3-D printing. Students who attend 3-D print class will take home a 3-D printed design prototype. 7. Learn Visual Programming and coding skills. 650-223-1641

Imagine That: Circus Fun Ages 3-4 - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Reeder Imagine That!! is designed to stimulate creativity and imagination through the use of music, movement, art, drama, and childrens literature. Join us as we go "Under the Big Top" and create our very own circus!! 316-771-2289

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