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2019 Summer Camp Programs

This summer, Pine Cobble Day Camp will offer four separate day camp programs.  Activities offered in each camp program will be developmentally appropriate and meaningful for that age group.  Each child will be placed in a program based on their age.  The age that each camper is on June 24th, the first day of camp, is the group that they will stay in throughout the summer.

Limited Space: Any week that is indicated “Limited Space”, means there are only a few spaces still available and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Registration for a “Limited Space” week does not guarantee placement. If space is no longer available, we will be in touch with you.

Our four programs are:

Early Childhood- Ages 2 years 9 months through 4 years old

Discovery Camp- Ages 5 and 6

Adventure Camp- Ages 7 through 9

Explorer Camp- Ages 10 through 13

 

Early Childhood- Ages 2 years 9 months through 4 years old

Campers in the Early Childhood and Discovery programs will engage in weekly themes such as Ocean Dive, Fairies and Forest Creatures, and Dinosaur Adventure.  Campers will use their creative imaginations and will have the opportunity to learn through movement, art and exploration.

June 24 – June 28: Aliens and Outer Space

July 1 – July 5: Beach Party/ Ocean Dive

July 8 – July 12: Forest Creatures and Fairies

July 15 – July 19: Superheros

July 22 – July 26: Winter in July

July 29 – August 2: Mad Scientist

August 5 – August 9: Jungle Safari

August 12 – August 16: Around the World

August 19 – August 23: Dinosaur Adventure

Discovery Camp- Ages 5 and 6

Campers in the Early Childhood and Discovery programs will engage in weekly themes such as Ocean Dive, Fairies and Forest Creatures, and Dinosaur Adventure.  Campers will use their creative imaginations and will have the opportunity to learn through movement, art and exploration.

Our 5 and 6 year old Discovery program will include swimming lessons.  More details regarding swimming will be shared with you as they are finalized.

June 24 – June 28: Aliens and Outer Space

July 1 – July 5: Beach Party/ Ocean Dive

July 8 – July 12: Forest Creatures and Fairies

July 15 – July 19: Superheros

July 22 – July 26: Winter in July

July 29 – August 2: Mad Scientist

August 5 – August 9: Jungle Safari

August 12 – August 16: Around the World

August 19 – August 23: Dinosaur Adventure

Adventure Camp- Ages 7 through 9

The Adventure and Explorer programs will allow older campers to have more freedom and choice throughout the summer.

Electives:

Each week will include different elective options from which the campers can choose.  Electives will change weekly and may range from classic favorites like fort-building, quidditch and playing soccer to exciting new activities such as puppet-making, playing music and fantasy.  

The Adventure and Explorer programs include free swim during the week; specifics to come.

Below is a complete list of specialty weeks we will offer during the 2019 summer.  

Week of July 8 – July 12: Art – Two Dimensional Extravaganza 

Join artist Sara Farrell Okamura for a week of exploration and adventure while focusing on different types of 2-dimensional art including drawing, printmaking, painting and graphic novels. Oh, we haven’t even mentioned checking out amazing artists from the past to the present.

Week of July 15 – July 19: Art – Celebrate Recycle, Reuse, Re-purpose!: Re-imagining Making Art In the Era of Global Warming.

Join artist Sara Farrell Okamura and be inspired by artists who pledge to use only materials that are recycled and re-purposed.  We will create individual sculptures, installations, mosaics, prints, paintings and everything in between. Campers will also get a chance to learn about artists who started this trend and their methods of making work while generating interest in how to protect the environment.

Week of August 5 – August 9: STEAM Week 

Join STEAM Coordinator Ben Zamore and participate in classic STEAM challenges while exploring the fascinating ecology of Stone Hill. Campers will work inside and outside of the lab as they explore the properties of nature through science, art and engineering.

Week of August 12 – August 16: Sports and Games Week 

Join Athletic Director Tyler Dabrowski in a week that focuses on the aspects of games and sport.  Campers will learn about and participate in a variety of sports/games in a safe team environment.

Explorer Camp- Ages 10 through 13

The Adventure and Explorer programs will allow older campers to have more freedom and choice throughout the summer.

Electives:

Each week will include different elective options from which the campers can choose.  Electives will change weekly and may range from classic favorites like fort-building, quidditch and playing soccer to exciting new activities such as puppet-making, playing music and fantasy.  

The Adventure and Explorer programs include free swim during the week; specifics to come.

Below is a complete list of specialty weeks we will offer during the 2019 summer.  

Week of July 8 – July 12: Art – Two Dimensional Extravaganza 

Join artist Sara Farrell Okamura for a week of exploration and adventure while focusing on different types of 2-dimensional art including drawing, printmaking, painting and graphic novels. Oh, we haven’t even mentioned checking out amazing artists from the past to the present.

Week of July 15 – July 19: Art – Celebrate Recycle, Reuse, Re-purpose!: Re-imagining Making Art In the Era of Global Warming.

Join artist Sara Farrell Okamura and be inspired by artists who pledge to use only materials that are recycled and re-purposed.  We will create individual sculptures, installations, mosaics, prints, paintings and everything in between. Campers will also get a chance to learn about artists who started this trend and their methods of making work while generating interest in how to protect the environment.

Week of August 5 – August 9: STEAM Week 

Join STEAM Coordinator Ben Zamore and participate in classic STEAM challenges while exploring the fascinating ecology of Stone Hill. Campers will work inside and outside of the lab as they explore the properties of nature through science, art and engineering.

Week of August 12 – August 16: Sports and Games Week 

Join Athletic Director Tyler Dabrowski in a week that focuses on the aspects of games and sport.  Campers will learn about and participate in a variety of sports/games in a safe team environment.

 

Cancellation Policy: If you cancel all or any week(s) of your camp registration, you forfeit the camp fee for the cancelled week(s).

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