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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Shake-A-Leg's summer camps for kids

Splash in friendly waters; sail alongside dolphins; hunt for treasures on an eco-island; explore Shake-A-Leg Miami and see what all the campers are raving about.

Beginning June 9 and running through August 15, kids of all abilities - including those with physical, developmental, and socio-economic challenges - can participate in one-of-a-kind Summer Camp programs using the calming effects of Biscayne Bay for experiential learning.

The Academy Camp is where kids can engage in an out-of-the-box learning about marine science, ecology, boating skills, and the natural history of Florida with Biscayne Bay as a living laboratory. Campers will sail, kayak, and explore the environment while making lifelong relationships. Contact Kiandra@shakealegmiami.org.

In the Water Sports Camp, kids learn to sail, paddle-board, and kayak on beautiful Biscayne Bay. Through instruction, they develop their skills and, along the way, create a lifelong passion for the water. Contact: AlexandraMillet@hotmail.com.

The Adventure Island Camp is a magical way to learn all about marine science using the natural environment. A morning boat ride brings campers to Adventure Island where a day of fun-filled activities await, including: creating art with found objects, sailing, swimming, kayaking, palled-boarding, fishing, and snorkeling on the hunt for sea creatures, with their friends in a community of safety, smiles, and laughter. Contact: Dmuno026@fiu.edu.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Sledge said...

Do other cities, similar communities still build comparative power lines in such areas as our US1?

Despite the evidence of health hazards, major neighborhood nuisances and such?

If so, we are doomed. And fighting this will be futile, as big $$$$ Interests usually prevail.

May 15, 2014 6:38 AM  

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