Summer Vacation Camp: Beach Week!
Beach Week! (August 6-10)
This week, campers will celebrate everyone's favorite summer activity...Going to the beach! Picnics, sand castles, volleyball, sea-inspired art, sprinklers, shell projects, sea-life exploration, treasure hunts, and more!
This week will end with a Family Fun Friday performance of Kaleidoscope Theatre - Jack & The Beanstalk on Friday, August 10. Kaleidoscope Theatre is a professional touring children’s theatre company that creates the opportunity for talented young people to develop theatrical abilities by encouraging participation in the production and performance of theatrical plays. The goal of each performance is to educate and entertain young people through the medium of presentational and participatory drama.
*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.
Monday, February 16
- Friday, February 20
February Vacation Camp Sequoia
Monday, April 20
- Friday, April 24
April Vacation Camp
Friday, May 08
Dahlia Days with Rick Peckham's Greenhouse, Little Compton, RI
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