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Camp Ballibay

Some summer camps just seem to provide kids with a little more advantage than other camps. One such camp is called Camp Ballibay, which offers a summer experience for kids ranging in age from six to sixteen. Focusing on performing arts, Camp Ballibay provides kids with a relaxed but exciting atmosphere where competition is not encouraged.

Located in the magnificent Pennsylvania mountain tops, Camp Ballibay includes such things as dance (jazz, tap, ballet, modern), music (vocal and instrumental), video, visual arts (two- and three-dimensional), technical theater, and photography. With such a wide choice of activities, kids never have time to be bored. The camp sessions here run from two to nine weeks, depending on the study, the child's age, and your preference.

Founded back in 1964, Camp Ballibay is a safe place to send your child for camp. Accredited by the American Camping Association, you have the confidence that the camp is operated professionally and backed by the association. If you want to see the actual campus, you can contact Camp Ballibay and request a DVD or VHS to watch with your child when making your choice.

Now, if you are thinking about sending your child to Camp Ballibay for the 2005 season, if you register early, you will be offered a nice discount. Therefore, do not miss this wonderful opportunity. Simply visit the camp web site to get your application in as soon as possible.

The philosophy of Camp Ballibay is that this is a residential home for kids during the summer weeks. For kids focusing on a career in or simply interested in learning more about the Fine Arts or Performing Arts, this is an exceptional choice. The programs are all geared toward education while giving campers tools to use in life. They will gain confidence and self-esteem, learn about the importance of communication and team playing, and walk away from the camp with a newfound appreciation for the arts.

In addition to the classes designed to educate campers about Fine Arts and Performing Arts, the campers will also enjoy swimming lessons, horseback riding lessons, trail rides, tennis, overnight camping trips, soccer, volleyball, golf, and softball. Additionally, campers will learn creative writing skills in storytelling and poetry, theatrical or fantasy makeup, costume design, radio, recording and more.
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