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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Who wrote that? Author Week - Foothills Montessori School
Let the magical world of words take your child to a different place each day. Fancy Nancy, Bonjour Butterfly leads the week with the construction of a club house and exploring the butterfly cycle. Tuesday will be inspired by Gingerbread Baby and the making of gingerbread ornaments. Eric Carle takes the lead on Wednesday as we read the Mixed-up Chameleon and mix primary colors for an art project. We will learn about dinosaurs on Thursday inspired by Skippyjon Jones and the Big Bones and round off the week with Lets Go Rock Collecting touching rough and smooth rocks and ending the week by doing a charcoal self portrait. 7024070790.0
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Foster YMCA
 
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42.12 Miles
Address:
PO Box 296, Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360
Mission driven YMCA camp. Values of honesty, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring. 60 college-age staff. Traditional yet progressive programming.
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
Presbyterian Camp On Okoboji
 
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43.89 Miles
Address:
1864 Highway 86, Milford, Iowa 51351
Christian emphasis. Facility on lake. Music, performance, nature, low challenge course. Singles, adult, and youth camping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Drama, Music, Performing...
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Whittemore, IA Summer Camps

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Teen Program Fall Camp - St. Marys, GA
Out of school for the week and bored? Hang out with the Teen Program! November 21: Jacksonville Zoo (bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 4 pm) November 22: Habitat for Humanity, lunch and a movie November 23: Rebounderz (bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 4 pm) Register at the Youth Center (912-573-2380). $20/day or $50 for all 3 days.

Coats for Kids 2015 Campaign
Join us as we collect NEW Coats for Kids and cover the end zone of Joan C. Edwards Football Stadium! We will be collecting coats all through the months of October and November. Drop your NEW coat off today, at the designated Goodwill locations (Virginia Avenue, 9th Avenue, Lavalette, Milton & Barboursville) or at the Marshall home games on 10/24 and 11/14. Donate a NEW coat for the campaign and be entered in a drawing for: 4 chairback seats to the Marshall vs. FIU game on 11/14 & an on-field experience at the game. All of the coats that are collected will be given (FREE of charge) to local children. Help us keep our youngest Herd fans warm this winter and make your donation today! #CoatsforKids

Youth Camping Weekend - North Liberty, IN
• July 8th-10th (fishing, swimming, hiking, and singing around the campfire) • Meet at Gospel Center @ 5:30 on the 8th • Students back at Gospel Center by 11:30 on the 10th Bring: • Bible • Toiletries (Deodorant please!) • Towel for swimming and showering • Not new comfortable shoes • Snack to share with the group • Pillow and sleeping bag • Clothes and "modest" swim suit or shirt to wear over top Cost $25 Deadline July 4th

Teen Republic - Pomfret Center, CT
For all teens in 9-12 grade We will be working on a community service project at camp that involves doing some painting so please come prepared

Family Yoga with YogaKid Orlando after Workout - Orlando, FL
Come join us after Strollfit class for Family Yoga with YogaKid Orlando, Instructor Monica on Saturday, the 24th at Blue Jacket Park. We will move and stretch our bodies, practice our breathing, and relax our minds. All levels and ages welcomed! Meet at the fountain! Bring mat or towel! $10 per family. Hope to see you there.

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Roanoke Homeschool PE Session 5 incl. Field Day - Roanoke Rec Center
May Session 5 includes Field Day 2016!! Field Day May 20th PE is a 90 minute class that allows students to explore many sports in a short time. This program is designed so that students can be ACTIVE and learn about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. We rotate through agility stations and drills. Each unit of study includes sport specific drills and games. Including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play. We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball and capture the flag. 8179293333.0

Wild About Water Camp - Black Hill Visitor Center
Its a week of water-filled fun! Plan to get wet (and muddy) as we explore our bit of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Well compare fresh and saltwater habitats through hands-on experiences like sampling for water-dwelling animals and performing simple water tests. Field trips will take us to see where our water comes from, how water is treated after we use it, and on a visit to the Chesapeake Bay. Well also spend time boating and fishing as we learn all about water, the plants and animals that live there, and how to better care for our watershed. FOBH $285 SECONDARY CATEGORY Nature Programs LOCATION Black Hill Visitor Center Auditorium at Black Hill Visitor Center ACTIVITY List: Extended Care The participant will have to select between 0 and 1 out of the 1 following Activities to register for. Name Type Number Age Date Location Wild About Water Camp - Extended Care Class 12449 9 - 12 From July 18, 2016 to July 22, 2016 Each Monday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm Each Tuesday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm Each Wednesday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm Each Thursday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm Each Friday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm Black Hill Visitor Ctr

F-4 Developing Parametric Equations Using Mathematical Modeling - Aurora
Designing project to develop student understanding of parametric equations and two modeling situations in which they are applied. No previous knowledge of parametrics is required by the students. The project requires two days of class time, with the remaining work done outside of class. This project is intended to be given three days into a unit on vectors. (630)9075950

Foundation Day Camp - Bethpage State Park
Start your summer training off right! 8:00am to 12:00pm daily at the Bethpage State Park Picnic Area. We will be offering programs in Cross Country and Speed & Fitness Training. Grades 6th - 12th. Register for BOTH the Day Camp and the Sleepaway Camp at the same time and receive $150 off the total combo price! 5163760286.0

Camp Whatchamacallit - Stupendous Science - Sandpiper Community Center
***NEW! Camp Whatchamacallit will now provide daily lunches. Lunch menus will be sent home prior to the start of each camp week.*** What do you call a camp that has everything? We couldn think of a name either! Whatchamacallit has something for kids looking for a fun and safe place to spend their summer in the Shores. Activities include a weekly field trip, special events, sports, team building, and arts and crafts. Kids will go swimming at Herkner Pool in Redwood City on Tuesdays and field trips will be on Wednesdays. Please send camper with applied sunscreen and appropriate sneakers. Post care is available from 5-6pm at an additional cost. Field trips are subject to change. Stupendous Science: Now is your chance to explore everything around you! We?ll participate in awesome science experiments, make our own gooey concoctions and end the week with a trip out to the tide pools for some hands on exploration. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Field Trip: Half Moon Bay Tide Pools ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (Age 5-17) LOCATION SCC Multi-Purpose Room at Sandpiper Community Center INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff ,

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