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Let's play this summer at camp

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Campers at Stonehaven Stables will learn riding and care of equine at this Monday-Friday day camp in Leesburg.

Special photo Campers at Stonehaven Stables will learn riding and care of equine at this Monday-Friday day camp in Leesburg.

Albany Museum of Art

311 Meadowlark Drive

Elementary age art programs

FEES: Members — $125, full-day; $75, half-day; non-members — $200, full-day; $125, half-day.

Hours for each AMA camp are 9 a.m.-4 p.m., full-day, and 9 a.m.-noon, half-day.

All about ceramics, June 3-7

Instructor David Griffin will teach various methods of pottery making. A half-day $15 or full-day $30 supply fee will be added.

Going green, June 10-14

Instructor Lindsey Durham will teach the art of “junk art.” Campers will construct art from recyclable items.

Make a splash and dive into painting, June 17-21

Instructor Lindsey Durham will teach young artists to work with watercolor, acrylic and tempera paints. Each camper is asked to bring a white t-shirt the first day.

Around the world in five days, June 24-28

Instructor Henrietta Ladson will teach children to use various media while studying the people, art and cultures of other countries.

Wild about art and animals, July 8-12

Instructor Lindsey Tucker will spend the week exploring art from the Museum’s Sporting and Wildlife Gallery and the animals of Chehaw Park. This will be a mixed media week.

Build it, July 15-19

Campers will build mixed media items with 3-dimension.

Darton State College

The college will offer a variety of youth camp options for kids of all ages. Contact (229) 317-6709 or www.darton.edu

Camp Aquatica, ages 10-13, June 3-7

FEE: $160, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., bring a sack lunch

This camp will include fun science experiments and outdoor water activities. Sun protection is encouraged.

Fun with art, ages 8-12, June 10-13

FEE: $110, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

This camp is designed to expand each students imagination. Campers will work with crafts, painting, clay and drawing.

American Girl camp, ages 7-12, June 10-13, July 15-18

FEE: $125, 8:30 to noon

Campers will learn of some of the most significant events in American history, activities will celebrate the lives of the heroines. The camp ends with a tea party for the camper and their American Girl doll. Includes t-shirt.

Junior Engineering, agea 5-8, June 24-27

FEE: $145, 8:30 to noon

Campers will build and modify different vehicles and more by using our LEGO kits. Includes a car component to take home.

Camp epic fun, June 17-21, age 10-13, 8 a.m.- 5p.m.

FEE: $130 members, $140 non-members, bring a sack lunch

This camp is full of fun, such as, rock climbing, canoeing, swimming, crazy science experiments, planetarium programs and more. Sun protection is encouraged.

Deerfield-Windsor School

Deerfield-Windsor School is offering a new day camp this summer for two week-long sessions. This camp is open to students who are rising 1st through rising 6th grades. Campers do not have to be current DWS students to attend. The week-long camp will include fun-filled activities, sports and games, field trips and crafts, as well as enrichment in science, Spanish and the arts. The camp will be led by current faculty, staff and coaches, as well as several high school students.

Camp will run daily from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with early drop-off and late pickup available. Campers may register for one-week or two-week sessions. The camp will be held on the DWS Middle/Upper campus at 2500 Nottingham Way.

Session 1: June 24-28

Session 2: July 8-12

FEES: $190/session per camper; $350 for both sessions. Deposit of $50 required to reserve a spot.

Mail deposits to DWS, P.O. Box 71149, Albany, GA 31708 Attn: CampingKnight.

Sixty spots available for each session.

For information, contact Cathy Jones at catherine.jones@deerfieldwindsor.com.

Online registration is available at www.deerfieldwindsor.com, under Quicklinks, CampingKnight. Interested families can also call at (229) 435-1301 and ask for a mail out camp brochure.

Flint RiverQuarium/Thronateeska

LOCATION: Downtown, 101 Pine Ave. and 100 W. Roosevelt Ave.

Contact, Wendy Bellacomo, (229) 639-2650 or wbellacomo@flintriverquarium.com

Dinosaur camp, May 29-31, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., ages 5-8

This camp will introduce children to the wondrous world of dinosaurs.

FEES: $90 members, $100 non-members, bring a sack lunch

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Camp Aquatica, June 3-7, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., age 10-13

FEES: $160, bring a sack lunch

This camp will include fun science experiments and outdoor water activities. Sun protection is encouraged.

Small fry, June 10-14, age 5-6, 8 a.m.-noon

Fees: $60 members, $70 non-members, bring a sack lunch

A magical tour of Flint RiverQuarium along with crafts, games and animal encounters.

Space camp, June 10-14, age 8-12, 8a.m.-5 p.m.

Fees: $130 members, $140 non-members, bring a sack lunch

This camp will allow children to explore the universe and become an amateur astronomer.

Survival, are you adapted?, June 17-21, age 7-11 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Fees: $100 members, $110 non-members, bring a sack lunch.

Come join us for a week of adventure. Find out if you are brave enough to be close-up with snakes, alligators, stingrays and even sharks.

Camp epic fun, June 17-21, age 10-13, 8 a.m.- 5p.m.

Fees: $130 members, $140 non-members, bring a sack lunch

This camp is full of fun, such as, rock climbing, canoeing, swimming, crazy science experiments, planetarium programs and more. Sun protection is encouraged.

Wild and wacky science, June 24-28, age 7-11, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Fees: $130 members, $140 non-members, bring a sack lunch

Each day campers will discover science secrets through experiments, innovative projects, outdoor games and animal encounters.

The King’s Kids Production Company/SCA

This drama camp is designed to give students a positive theater experience in a Christ-centered environment.

The Jungle Book Kids: for rising grades K5-5, June 10-14, 1-4 p.m., 1418 Old Pretoria Road, SCA Upper Campus

The Little Mermaid Jr.: for rising grades 1-9, June 24-28, 10 a.m.-4p.m., 1418 Old Pretoria Road, SCA Upper Campus

FEE: Each camp is $140

Contact Vickie Knuckles or Jackie Byrd (229) 347-9818 or (229) 698-3810

Stonehaven Stables Summer Horse Camp

Children learn to groom and ride horses, and how to care for a horse. Activities include arts and crafts, games, and some swimming. Camp personnel have more than 50 years of experience with horses and riders.

Weekly sessions start May 27.

Hours: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays-Fridays

Ages 6 and older

Located at 2816 Palymra Road, Leesburg

Contact Carol Rathel, (229) 438-9043 or crathel@earthlink.net or on Facebook.

4-H Summer Camps

To register a child at a 4-H camp, (229) 436-7216 or stop by 125 Pine Ave. in downtown Albany.

Cloverleaf, June 24-28, grades 5-6

FEE: $300

This camp will be held on Jekyll Island at the 4H Center, children will have fun at the summer wave water park, cookout and beach swim, bike riding and shopping, dances and canoeing and classes on beach and marsh ecology. The cost includes, transportation, 3 meals a day, lodging, bike rentals, water park admission, t-shirt and insurance. School camp scholarships may be available.

Junior, June 10-14, grades 7-8

FEE: $340

This camp includes white water, rock climbing, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Stone Mountain Laser show, dances and swimming and classes on pond ecology. The cost includes transportation, 3 meals a day, lodging, Stone Mountain admission, motor speedway, water park admission, t-shirt and insurance.

Senior, July 1-5, grades 9-12

FEE: $340

This camp will be held at the Jekyll Island 4H Center and Days Inn of Jekyll Island. The children will be able to attend Waves Water Park, putt-putt an shopping, community service activities. Classe to choose from are: Shark Fishing, Dolphin Cruise, Canoeing, Kayaking, Biking, Sea Turtle Center, Robotics, Relationship Smarts and Health Rocks.

Fourth of July will be dinner, talent show and a dance with fireworks on the beach at the end of the evening.

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia

At Girl Scout camp, girls learn more about themselves and the world around them. Sessions with various themes include a choice of swimming, hiking, canoeing, rafting, horseback riding, art and more, with a consistent focus on personal growth, leadership and fun.

Summer resident camp opportunities are open to girls in grades 2-12. Participants do not have to be Girl Scouts.

For information and registration, visit www.gshg.org or contact Sandra Wingard at swingard@gshg.org or 229-432-9188.

CAMP OKITYAKANI

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April 27

Camp Open House, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Check out the beautiful camp property and facilities. Free.

May 31- June 2

Hawaiian Theme S’mores Camp, grades K-12; FEE: $40 per girl

June 2-7

Surf and Turf: It’s Your Planet, Love it!, grades 2-12; FEE:$250 per girl

Doodle Bugs, grades 2-3; FEE: $250 per girl

River Rider, grades 4-12; FEE: $250 per girl

Program Aid Training, grades 7-8; FEE: $70 per girl

June 9-14

Have it Your Way Biking, grades 4-12; $250/girl

Bird on a Wire, Angry Birds, Level 1 — grades 2-8; $250/girl

Discover Scuba, grades 6-12; $300/girl

June 2-7 & 9-14

Counselor-in-training camp, grades 10-12, $250 for two weeks

Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village

These camps will take place at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village in Tifton.

To register for any camp below contact Kelly Scott, museumcamp@abac.edu. Registration will close two weeks prior to each date of camp.

Camp Wiregrass, ages 4-11

Munchkin, 4-5 age, May 28-31, 8:30 a.m.-noon

FEE: $75, snacks, t-shirts and supplies provided

Campers will explore the needs of humans and animals. Activities will include fishing, bug exploration and feeding farm animals.

Wilderness 101, ages 6-8, June 3-7

FEE: $170, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., bring a sack lunch

Campers will explore the surrounding forest while learning outdoor survival techniques. Children will learn how to build a shelter and visit with Langdale Nature Center’s animals.

Victorian Adventures, ages 9-11, June 10-14

FEE: $170, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., bring a sack lunch

This camp is designed just for girls interested in experiencing the Victorian Era. Young girls will host teas, making rag and corn dolls and playing traditional games.

Time Travelers, ages 6-8, June 24-28

FEE: $170, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., bring a sack lunch

Campers will experience mid-1800s Southern Georgia culture. Activities are wool/cotton processing, wagon rides, cane pole fishing, traditional games and historic baseball.

Nature’s Artists, ages 9-11, June 17-21

FEE: $170, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., bring a sack lunch

Campers will create art projects inspired by nature hikes, stream exploration and local wildlife. The program will include discussions on photography, sculpture, drawing and painting techniques. A showcase of the art work will be on display at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture.

Native American Explorers, ages 9-11, July 8-12

FEE: $170, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., bring a sack lunch

Campers will explore Native American history and culture through skills including primitive hunting, archery, gardening and rope making.

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site camps

Contact (229) 824-4104, registration is open until June 1.

ages 3-7, June 10-13 and July 15-18

FEE: Free, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., only 20 spots, the first 20 children signed up for each week, bring a sack lunch.

Campers will learn about what it takes to be a park ranger, activities will be held at the Plains High School and the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm.

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Special photo Children will learn about places within the National Park Service, the responsibilities of being a Park Ranger and different ways to help care for parks, nature and themselves at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Summer Camps.