Summer Camp - Life at Sea Week

WHEN: Monday, July 08, 2013 to Friday, July 12, 2013 at 9:00AM - 3:00PM
WHERE: Carriage House and Grounds

Life at Sea (July 8 – 12)

THIS WEEK IS FULL **401-253-2707x21 if you would like to be added to our waiting list.

Summer in RI is all about the beach! This week campers will get to spend lots of time doing beach exploration, seine fishing, making a seaweed press, enjoying sprinkler fun, learning about animal habitats, creating seashell arts and crafts, celebrating various creatures of the sea, listening to tales of the high seas, and making sailor’s valentines.

This week will end with a Family Fun Friday performance – Vanessa Trien

*Each week at camp, regardless of theme, will include activities such as special guest visits, the vegetable garden program, hikes on the grounds, trips to the frog pond, beach time, sprinkler fun, plenty of time outdoors, and some free play.

llr=lcrsiacab&oeidk=a07e7cewlfw1dd2854d">here to register for camp online. If you experience difficulty or have questions or concerns, please call our registrar at 401-253-2707 x 21.

 


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