We are glad to announce registration is open for our newly reimagined 2020 sessions, Community Camp at Home! While camp will look very different this summer, our creative staff are committed to making an engaging, fun and spirited Mountain Friends Camp experience for our campers. Although we can’t be together in person, we are still a community and we can still have camp!
You'll receive materials and full instructions for a week of awesome camp activities via the BUDDY BOX, a subscription box filled with ‘hands-on’ projects and prompts that can be done alone, with family or friends, and/or combined with our daily (Mon-Fri) VIRTUAL CAMP SESSIONS. We encourage everyone who can to sign up for virtual sessions as well, you’ll enjoy a daily interactive zoom session with lots of games, sharing and listening, doing activities and crafts together, and of course building community and having fun with camp friends new and old! You’ll be assigned to a “pod” with your own camp counselors, just like every summer, and have other activities with the whole camp or campers choice. Every Friday we’ll have a special evening session, PJs welcome!
Three separate and engaging boxes will be available to correspond with the three weeks of virtual summer camp, campers are welcome to signup for 1, 2, or 3 sessions. Details and registration on our website, https://mountainfriendscamp.org/parents/ and I'm always happy to chat and answer questions. See you at camp!
In the Light,
Mountain Friends Camp Director,
Brand new verse of the MFC song by our camp bard, Eric Wright! Camp will look different this year, but "What's best about camp aren't the what's but the who's"
Week 1: July 6-10
Week 2: July 13-17
Week 3: July 20-24
Weekly Schedule: Monday -Thursday 1 pm- 3 pm (Mountain Time) zoom camp activities, Friday 1-2 plus a special 6-7:30 evening campfire/creativity night.
Fees: Sliding Scale
$50 - $100 per week, virtual + buddy box
$25 - $50 buddy box only
Donations always welcome! Deadline: Please sign up ASAP, and no later than June 26.
Thanks to Heather and Beverley for sharing this picture from their trip to Collins Lake Ranch in May to gather supplies for the Buddy Boxes! It's great to see the new yurt, and one of the wonderful camp dogs (Loki?) and most of all to know that the residents and staff at CLR are doing well.