Give your child a summer camp experience they won't forget!
We are pleased to welcome back
The Arts Workshop
Summer Day Camps at Whittemore
Each week, campers will enjoy a wide range of nature based activities & challenges that foster the creative process. Campers will be outside every day exploring our 180-acre estate and drawing inspiration to create works of art from natural materials as well as nature based science & wilderness activities. The experienced staff and the weekly surprise special guests, will enhance their understanding of and appreciation for the beauty of the outdoors.
Indoor and outdoor activities include regularly
lunch and water breaks.
Summer Camp 2019
Monday to Friday
Full day is from 9am-3pm
Half day is from 9am-1pm.
Sibling discount is 3% (with early enrollment discount 8%)
Session I July 8-12 Frogs & Friends REGISTER
Explore the slimy world of frogs, salamanders & bugs at Whittemore's pond! Find turtles, grasshoppers and water bugs to study. Uncover what allows frogs and other wetland organisms to survive and thrive.
Session III July 22-26 Living in Nature REGISTER
Learn about the natural environment and the important skills of survival. Shelter, water, fire, and food. Explore beautiful Whittemore while learning important (and life-saving) skills on this 5-Day "Living in Nature Day Camp". Activities range from basic nature/environmental education: plant identification, animal tracking, finding food, shelter building & survival skills. Gain confidence and comfort being outdoors, while staying active and having fun.
Session II July 15-19 Art & Nature REGISTER
Paint, draw, print & sculpt using natural objects by creating art from natural materials. Art activities draw inspiration from our daily hikes into the wild.
Session IV July 29 -August 2 Collecting to Learn REGISTER
This week is all about collecting different types of nature that inhabit Whittemore' s wildlife. Explore different natural collections each day; insects, rocks, leaves, flowers & photos. Campers will get to have fun discovering our natural world through games, catch, release & observation.