Blithewold February Vacation Camp - Winter Sports Day
BLITHEWOLD FEBRUARY VACATION CAMP (Full Week: $140 Blithewold members, $160 Non-members)
Wednesday, February 22 - Winter Sports
DayCampers are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite sports team gear and be ready for an action-packed day of camp! There will be team challenges, winter games, and team-building exercises. We will stay warm by staying active! The indoor recreation part of the day will have campers creating their own team names, mascots, and flags, and designing an obstacle course.
Member Day $35, Non-member Day $45.
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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