Summer Vacation Camp: Magical Mystical Week
Magical Mystical Week (July 16-20)
Blithewold is a magical place! Join us for a week that will be all about forts & fairy houses, expert wizardry, fairy tales, theatrical productions, learning the powers of plants, creating nature art, becoming pirates & princesses, a choose your own adventure hike, and a “veggie tales” puppet show.
This week will end with a Family Fun Friday performance of The Super Cool Beans on Friday, July 20. The Beans are a high energy Children’s Pop Group, who impress an appreciation for the natural world, while hailing the benefits of numbers and new technologies. Nature’s Children meet Modern Technology in this Spirited Musical Performance!
*We prefer that you register for camp online. If you experience difficulty or have questions or concerns, please call our registrar at 401-253-2707 x 21.
Wednesday, April 06
- Wednesday, October 05
Saturday, April 16
- Saturday, October 08
Wednesday, May 04
- Monday, October 10
Stephen Procter Sanctuaries and Destinations: Clay Vessels in the Garden
Tuesday, May 31
- Tuesday, July 05
Archives and Collections Tour with Curator Margaret Whitehead
Wednesday, June 01
- Monday, October 10
Bristol Explorer Multi-Attraction Pass
Saturday, June 25
- Saturday, August 13
Summer Vacation Camp 2016
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Springing into action
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A Boy’s Trip to Europe, 1869
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