Summer KidsCamp 2023
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At KidsCamp, Grey Roots strives to offer educational, hands-on programming. Going beyond traditional summer camp offerings, KidsCampers will be able to learn all summer long through our engaging programming. Make sure you read through the KidsCamp Handbook to make sure our program is the right fit for your child.
This season, KidsCamp will take place in the main building along with Moreston Heritage Village. This allows KidsCampers to access all the comforts of the museum, including our amazing exhibits.
KidsCamp Week 1: Conservation Kids
Are you interested in learning more about how YOU can help the environment? Every little thing we do can add up and be helpful for the future. This week, we will explore what it means to be kind to nature and how we can help our community and even the world! Join us as we go green!
KidsCamp Week 2: Spark Something
July 10-14 *FULL*
August 14-18 *FULL*
S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) can fuel so many different explorations and experiments. We will spend the week using curiosity, and our imaginations to look at challenges in different ways. Great for learners who are looking to build new skills to keep sharp over the summer.
KidsCamp Week 3: Built to Last
July 17-21 *FULL*
August 21-25 *FULL*
This week we explore building in many forms, from survival gadgets to a bridge competition. We will use brainstorming, teamwork, and our imaginations in our builds over the week. From blocks to wooden boards to spaghetti noodles, your building skills will be put to the test!
KidsCamp Week 4: Culinary Institute of Grey Roots
July 24-28 *FULL*
Let’s cut to the cheese! Do you like to get messy and hands-on in the kitchen? Join us in the Culinary Institute of Grey Roots for KidsCamp Cuisine! Participants aged 5 to 12 will be placed into two cohorts appropriate to their experience where they will cook and bake up a storm! All while learning about what grows and is raised here in Grey.
KidsCamp is not offered the week of July 31 to August 4.
Programming will repeat on the specifically scheduled weeks. Campers cannot participate in the same week twice (ie. a camper may not attend Spark Something in July and again in August).
Grey Roots KidsCamp Information
KidsCamp Participants: Ages 5 to 10
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with drop off between 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., and pick up between 4 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Cost of KidsCamp: Per Week: One Participant $176/child; Grey Roots Members $158.50/child.
HOW TO REGISTER
Follow these steps to register your KidsCamper(s)!
- Read the Grey Roots KidsCamp Handbook
- Complete the registration form (found below once registration goes live).
- Grey Roots will contact you to complete the registration process.
If your child requires medication or has allergies, please fill out the Allergies & Medication Form.
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
I wanted to thank the staff of Grey Roots Day Camp for the great experience that they gave my daughter this summer. Jada loved the crafts, fun activities, and learning about the rain forest, Kings and Queens, and about pioneer life.
The staff were friendly, helpful, and energetic. The camp was well organized and the communication was perfect.
Jada said “ I like making the rain maker and growing my bean”. She has not stopped taking about the camp fire. She also said that she liked “playing with friends” and "being with Stacey”.
Thanks again. See you March Break & next summer!
My son is enrolled in the Grey Roots Summer Camp this week for "Vikings Week". He attended last week as well, and had made it very clear to the Camp Counselors that he was "Super Excited" to make Catapults during Viking Week.
First day of Viking Week, my son took ill (not seriously) and had to be picked up early from camp. This also happened to be the same day that the Catapult craft was scheduled for. The staff of the Grey Roots summer camp program went above & beyond by adjusting their scheduled plans for the day so the kids could do the Catapult craft the next day, when my son was back to camp and feeling better, as they knew how much he had been looking forward to it.
To know that the caregivers that your child is spending their day with are so compassionate and caring to offer to do that for my son, showed how dedicated they are to ensuring that all of the kids have great experiences and never leave disappointed while at camp and under their care.
Many, many thanks for making my son's day brighter, and his camp experience memorable. Feeling gratitude and not sharing it is like wrapping Christmas presents and not opening them, so I share my gratitude to you all.