Blithewold February Vacation Camp

WHEN: Monday, February 20, 2012 to Friday, February 24, 2012 at 9:00AM - 3:00PM
WHERE: The Carriage House


BLITHEWOLD FEBRUARY VACATION CAMP

February 18 - 22, 2013

Making plans for the upcoming February school vacation week? Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum is offering a fun-filled week of camp during February Vacation. Enroll your child for the full week, one day, or even a few half days! No child will want to miss an opportunity to play with friends and explore Blithewold’s winter wonderland. Camp staff will encourage children to get involved in active outdoor winter play such as nature hikes, and learning about winter ecology, as well as warm and cozy indoor activities such as exploring the Mansion, putting on plays, and taking part in games and winter arts and crafts. Each day has a new theme that will combine indoor and outdoor (weather permitting) activities.


Full Week: $140 Blithewold members, $160 Non-members

Member Day $35, Non-member Day $45.

Half-Day $25

Early bird option (drop off at 8am). Early bird member $45 ;

Early bird non-member $55 ; Early bird half day $35

Maximum amount of attendees not to exceed 25 children.

Camp spaces are limited so call today: 401-253-2707.


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