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Portland, Oregon, United States

  Capable, motivated kindergarten through eighth grade students can take up to twelve uniquely designed classes in math, science, history, entrepreneurship, technology, the arts and more, during Education Soaring’s 2009 Summer Program.  Six weeklong sessions will be held from July 13 to August 21. Students may take just one half-day class for five days or register for two different classes a week for up to six weeks.  The full-day program begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m.  Extended care is available.   An expert faculty skilled in tailoring small classes to the interests and academic levels of students...

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Canby, Oregon, United States

Canby Grove is a Christian camp that runs camps for all ages! Day Camps are for campers entering grades 1-5 (Fall 2010). Campers come during the day (about 8am-5pm), are part of a group of campers with 2 counselors, and get to participate in all of our fun activities including fishing, swimming, archery and so many more! We have 4 weeks to choose from, and they are filling up fast! Juniors Camps are for campers entering grades 4-6 (Fall 2010) and is a residential camp. Campers get to spend the night in our cool cabins with their friends and counselors. Get involved...

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Beaverton, Oregon, United States

You'll learn all the moves you've seen in college hoops and made by NBA professional players. You'll be the most improved player on the team, dribbling and ball-handling past defenders through the key for a sweet layup and the victory! First, you'll come to Advantage Basketball Camps and learn the basic fundamentals and develop "muscle memory" so well you could fly past that defender in your sleep.Our basketball camps have a unique focus of teaching one-handed basketball handling skills through intensive one-handed ball control drills. Students then build on their superior ball-handling skills by learning lighting-quick, one-handed moves off the...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Fundamentals of baseball at Alpenrose...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Come learn with us on our beautiful 54 acre campus just minutes from downtown Portland. We offer an array of creative opportnities in sports, arts, Outdoor Programs, woodshop, science, music production, cooking, Shakespeare, creative mornings and afternoons for 4.5 years old - 2nd grade and much MORE! Summer Programs our difference is learning! www.catlin.edu summerprograms@catlin.edu 503 297 1894 x406...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

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Hillsboro, Oregon, United States

Designed for the younger campers aged 5-6 years old, Explorers Camp is held on Wednesday and Friday from 9 am to noon for two weeks for a total of four sessions of social skills basics, art, music, games and other fun activities. This camp was created for children who struggle with social skills due to ADHD, Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD NOS, Depression, Anxiety, or no diagnosis at all. We have a two camper to each leader ratio so every child has lots of supervision and attention that leads to a successful experience....

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Beaverton, Oregon, United States

Junior Golf Camps...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

The Community Cycling Center’s Summer Camp is an opportunity for youth to discover their own city by riding to exciting destinations, learning valuable bike mechanic skills, teaming up with their peers to solve technical problems, and most importantly, building their confidence and self-esteem! It is the coolest camp in town, with non-competitive games and a focus on individual growth and teamwork. This supportive environment is the best place to spend summer days, riding bikes with new friends and learning useful skills.  Mornings will be spent learning how to repair and maintain bicycles, while afternoons will be spent riding to fun spots in...

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Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States

Located in Springbrook Park. Junior tennis camps. Also tiny tot classes for 4-5-year-olds....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Summer dance program...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Camp Ky-o-wa is an inclusive camp. The campers will develop social skills through group interactions, learn safety in the outdoors, explore their creative side and develop friendships while having fun. Activities include camp songs, field games, swimming, boating, fishing and many other fun outdoor activities....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Kids spend a week getting their hands dirty learning where their food comes from. They’ll participate in the Kids’ Garden and help our farmer in her fields. They’ll pick snacks straight from heirloom fruit trees, sing songs, harvest vegetables for making their own lunches and spend plenty of time resting in the shade of big trees. Sign up soon as spaces are limited to 15 kids each week. Dates and Ages: Ages 6-8 (co-ed): Monday July 17 – Friday July 21 Ages 9-12 (boys): Monday July 31 – Friday August 4 Ages 9-12 (girls): Monday August 7 – Friday August...

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Cannon Beach, Oregon, United States

All-day summer surf camps at Cannon Beach, Oregon. Children learn about ocean safety, waves conditions and the skill of learning to surf....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Art Waves presents Silk Painting Scarf 2 day workshop. Design and hand paint onto silk scarf. Also produce a unique sheet of wrapping paper should the scarf be given as a gift. Class is open to children and adults. Nov. 15, 2009: Design and transfer drawing onto silk. Nov. 22, 2009: Using special dyes to paint design. Also create your own wrapping paper. Scarf will be left for steaming to heat set the dye and will be mailed back to you. Fee: $45 with $25 for each additional scarf. Fee includes all materials and postage. A $5 discount if you...

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Salem, Oregon, United States

Cadet Camps are structured with the beginning fencer in mind.  We will teach the basic techniques and strategies for the beginning foil fencer.  Instruction will be age-appropriate, and will focus on form over competitiveness.  But not to worry - by the end of the week we will have you fencing the other campers!  Cadet camps run for a half ($160) or full day ($250).  Some scholarships are available....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Tall Tales from the Wild West: Kids entering grades 3-7 are invited to join us at Concordia University’s theatre July 28th - August 8th, Monday – Friday, from 9 am – 3 pm daily. The registration fee is $275 for the entire two-weeks and a 10% discount is available for additional family members.   Improve your skills in acting, singing, dancing, & writing as we create a fully-staged show based on American folk tales of the Wild West. Family and friends will be invited to a special performance on the last day of camp at 2pm.   The camp is held...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

At Portland State University. The coaching staff includes past and present male and female high school, college and/or professional basketball players....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Summer Camps 2008 Ages 6-9, 10-13 & 14-19. The best summer camps ever! Boating, climbing, nature immersion, wilderness skills, nature crafts, martial arts, boxing, wilderness first aid, green mechanics, bike safety, pirates, ninjas, and more! We offer the ultimate summer experience in a safe and supportive atomosphere....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Children make puppets and perform. Located at the Portland Center for the Performing Arts...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Exploration into the natural world of Tryon Creek State Park in SW Portland. Come spend a day in the woods, learning about local ecology, studying native plants and animals, singing songs, creating experiements, playing games, and telling stories....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics will host their first annual summer camp this year. Our week-long day camp for middle school girls will feature hands-on activities, a design competition, and an array of site visits selected from our diverse network of professionals in the Portland metropolitan area. Visit OHSU to do experiments in a lab, a transportation office to learn about the bridges in Portland, or a restoration site to plant trees and identify native plants. July 18-July 22nd, 2005 at Portland State University....

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