Camp Sequoia - Freedom Week
This week is all about the 4th of July! Campers will learn about the history of Bristol (the birthplace of the 4th of July Parade) and our nation, while enjoying activities such as patriotic arts and crafts, games such as water balloon U.S trivia, watermelon relay races, Capture the Flag , and a camp parade.
This week only, register for camp by the day. No camp on 4th of July! Click
Click on dates below to register for camp by the day:
Monday, June 30th
Tuesday, July 1st
Wednesday, July 2nd
Thursday, July 3rd
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.
Click here to register for the week.
Sunday, March 29
The Shop at Blithewold Members and Friends Preview Party
Tuesday, March 31
- Sunday, April 26
Friday, April 03
- Friday, April 24
Daffodils at Dusk
Saturday, April 11
Newport Flower Show Events: Horticulture Workshop: Preserving America's Beauty
Saturday, April 11
Daffodil Days Walking Tour of Mansion and Grounds
Sunday, April 12
A Jazz Celebration of Spring
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