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Summer Camp & Swim 2018 SCHEDULE & REGISTRATION Registration for Walk-In, Mail-In, & Online RESIDENT: Wednesday, March 21, 8am NON-RESIDENT: Wednesday, March 28, 8am We Create Community Through People, Parks & Programs For more details on our programs isit our online brochure: www.ejrp.org Follow us: twitter.com/EJRec facebook.com/EJRec instagram.com/ejrec
Registration Information Only registered participants are permitted in programs. Registrations are on a first come, first served, PAID basis. EJRP accounts must be in good standing at time of registration. Register early as programs have a minimum and maximum enrollment. Resident: One who resides in the Village of Essex Junction. We Create Community Through People, Parks & Programs Non-Resident: One who resides in any community outside of the Village of Essex Junction. Mission areas Non-resident surcharge: (built into program fee) • Provide recreational experiences for all ages $10 per participant for programs with fees less than $50; • Provide community opportunities for fun and celebration $15 for programs with fees $50-$99; • Offer affordable and accessible programs $20 for programs with fees $100 or more. • Provide diverse learning experiences • Promote lifelong health and wellbeing Walk-in: In person registrations may be made between 8am–4pm, • Maintain environmental stewardship of our parks and facilities Monday-Friday. You can use the drop box next to the front door during non-business hours. Mail-in: Mail-in registration may be made by sending in payment EJRP Staff and the registration form. Include a self-addressed stamped Brad Luck, Director.....................................................................................email@example.com envelope if you need a receipt. Kirsten Santor, Program Director................................................. firstname.lastname@example.org Online Registration: Available for most programs. Visit Pat Ivory, Program Director................................................................email@example.com www.ejrp.org to view programs and register. Adam Sollace, Licensed Childcare Director........................firstname.lastname@example.org Alyssa Callan, Licensed Childcare Assistant Director...... email@example.com Waiting Lists: We maintain wait lists at no cost. We will attempt Maureen Gillard, Afterschool Enrichment Director...... firstname.lastname@example.org to offer additional classes for programs with large wait lists. Christina McLaughlin, Preschool Director.................email@example.com Payment: All programs must be paid at registration with check, Harlan Smith, Grounds & Facilities Director..........................firstname.lastname@example.org cash, or credit card. Caitlin Fay, Office Coordinator..............................................................email@example.com Cancellations: For cancellations and program changes, call EJRP Office 878-1375. If EJRP cancels a class during a session and rescheduling Telephone.............................................................................................................878-1375 is not possible, refunds will NOT be issued. If a program has not Fax..............................................................................................................................872-3371 met the minimum enrollment requirement one week prior to the Email.................................................................................................firstname.lastname@example.org first class, it will be cancelled. Web.................................................................................................................www.ejrp.org Refunds: For a refund, EJRP must be notified one week prior Hours.................................................................................................Mon-Fri, 8am–4pm to the start date of the class. If a refund is distributed, a $5 administration fee will be assessed. A seperate policy applies to licensed childcare. Essex Junction Parks Maple Street Park Cascade Park Program Location: All program locations are subject to change. 38 acres of park land 10 acres of park land ADA Compliance: We are committed to providing individuals recreation center tennis courts with disabilities equal access to our parks, facilities, and programs. 2 swimming pools basketball court We are willing to make reasonable accommodations in our concession stands baseball field programs in order to include those needing assistance. If you 4 pavilions playground areas have a disability requiring special accommodations please notify baseball fields us at least two weeks prior to the event so that we can make the tennis courts Stevens Park appropriate arrangements. basketball court 8 acres of park land playground areas nature trails Scholarships: If you are unable to pay due to hardship, please nature trails large open area request a Scholarship Application from the Essex Junction skate park Recreation & Parks office. All requests are confidential and bike park considered on an individual basis. Only residents of the Village gaga ballpit of Essex Junction are eligible. Essex Junction Recreation & Parks is a member of the National Recreation & Parks Association (NRPA) and the Vermont Recreation & Parks Association (VRPA) Design: Liquid Studio
Summer Camp & Swim 2018 Aquatics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 S.T.E.A.M. Camps.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Recreational & Wellness Camps.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Chargers & Young Hornets.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Youth Sports Leagues & Programs.. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Full Day Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Preschool & Licensed Childcare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Adult Programs.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Community Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Registration.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Aquatics Maple Street Pool Daily Pool Fees Maple Street Pool 872–3370 Youth $5* Adult $7* Half price after 6pm Pool & Facility Rentals 878–1375 *$3 off with proof of Village residency. Must provide student ID, license, Pool Schedule Saturday, June 16–Saturday, August 25 or other written evidence upon entry. **After August 1, the pool closes at 7pm SEASON PASSES NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE! Monday–Friday 7:30am–12:05pm Lessons & Swim Team Season Pass Res Non-Res Code 12:15–12:30pm Pass-holder entry Family $85 $150 180500B 12:30–5pm Public Swim Two-person $65 $115 180500A 5–6pm Family Swim Individual Adult $45 $80 170500A 6–8pm** Public Swim Individual Youth $35 $65 160500A 8–9pm Pool Rentals Family: 2 adults and children under 19, residing at same address. Saturday–Sunday 9:15–10:55am Lessons/Rentals Two-person: 2 individuals residing at same address. 11–11:15am Pass-holder entry 11:15am–5pm Public Swim Passes will be new this summer. Old passes will no longer work. 5–6pm Family Swim 6–8pm** Public Swim EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! 8–9pm Pool Rentals Receive 10% off any season pass if purchased by April 30. Swim Lesson Groups Maple Street swim lesson curriculum was developed by Annie Cooper (swimwithannie.com) Please sign your child up based on the age they will be on the first day of the session you are enrolling in. Your child must be able to participate in a group setting. To give your child the best experience, base their enrollment on their current skills. Parent & Me 6+ months Light swim activities with some guidance and teaching (with parent) intended for parent and child to become harmonious in water. Toddler 36–47 months Preschool 4–5 years Children who have not yet entered kindergarten. School Age 5–18 years Children who are in or have completed kindergarten. GROUP CURRENT SKILLS WILL WORK ON Beginner First exploration of water and group lessons. Putting mouth, nose, eyes, cheek, hair, ears in. Needs assistance/reassurance in water. Explore use of noodles/backpack. Paddler Travels with no asistance using noodles/backpack. Underwater Gaining a desire to be comfortably underwater. feelings range from absolutely not to maybe a quick dunk. Explore ears in while on back. Underwater Happily hangs out underwater. Can briefly float/travel in water Moving forward with face in. Propulsion. Ease with face in, without a floatation device. On back, ears in. Explore coming up for air. Swimmer Swims with face comfortably in water, takes breath, Exploration of all four strokes, independent re-submerges without assistance; 15+ yards in water over head. back swim, swimming underwater at depth. Strokes Some experience with all four strokes. Can swim 25 yards Explore a natural ease and efficiency in water multiple times during a lesson in all four strokes. Efficiency Experience with all four strokes. Can swim 50+ yards comfortably. Explore efficiency and endurance. Diving: Intro Comfortable jumping in deep water. Jumping and diving off the side and board. Entering water head first. Diving: Head First Comfortable jumping in deep water and happily enters the Diving off the board. Front, back, reverse water head first. and inward dive. Swim Team & Experience with all four strokes. Can swim 25 yards multiple Build camaraderie and teamwork in a Rookie Swim Team times. Thoroughly enjoys swimming. welcoming atmosphere. 2 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Swim Lessons When registering for Monday–Friday morning and evening lessons, include the session letter in the blank (1#####A#). Morning Schedule MONDAY–FRIDAY 10:25–10:55am 11–11:30am 11:35am–12:05pm ONE WEEK SESSIONS Parent & Me 105001_6 Monday–Friday 5-days/week, 1-week Toddler: Beginner 115101_4 115101_6 Toddler: Paddler 115201_5 Session B: July 9–13 $35 resident/$45 non-resident Preschool: Beginner 125101_4 125101_5 Preschool: Paddler 125201_4 125201_5 125201_6 Session D: July 30–August 3 $35 resident/$45 non-resident Preschool: Underwater Ease 125301_5 125301_6 School Age: Beginner 135101_6 TWO WEEK SESSIONS School Age: Paddler 135201_4 135201_5 135201_6 Monday–Friday School Age: Underwater Ease 135301_4 135301_5 135301_6 5-days/week, 2-weeks School Age: Swimmer 135401_4 135401_5 135401_6 Session A: June 25–July 6 School Age: Strokes 135501_4 135501_5 135501_6 No class July 4. $53 resident/$68 non-resident School Age: Efficiency 135601_4 School Age: Diving Intro 135701_5 Session C: July 16–27 $59 resident/$74 non-resident School Age: Diving Head First 135701_4 Swim Team 135801A 7:30-8:30a.m, Mon-Thu, Jun 25–Aug 2 (K-12) Session E: August 6–17 $59 resident/$74 non-resident Rookie Swim Team 135801B 8:35-9:05am, Mon–Thu, Jun 25–Aug 2 (K-3) Evening Schedule All evening classes will be taught in the large pool in the lap lanes. Monday–Thursday MONDAY–THURSDAY 5:40–6:10pm 6:15–6:45pm 6:50–7:20pm 7:25–7:55pm 4-days/week, 2-weeks Session F: July 9–19 SchoolAge Paddler Underwater Ease Swimmer Strokes $59 resident/$74 non-resident 135201_7 135301_7 135401_7 135501_7 Session G: July 23–August 2 $59 resident/$74 non-resident SATURDAY 9:15–9:45am 9:50–10:20am 10:25–10:55am Toddler: Beginner 115101J8 Toddler: Paddler 115201J9 Parent & Me 105001J0 Preschool: Beginner 125101J8 Saturday Schedule Preschool: Paddler 125201J9 ONE WEEK SESSIONS 1-day/week, 8-weeks Preschool: Underwater Ease 125301J0 School Age: Beginner 135101J8 Session J: June 23–August 11 $59 resident/$74 non-resident School Age: Underwater Ease 135301J9 135301J0 School Age: Paddler 135201J8 School Age: Swimmer 135401J9 School Age: Strokes 135501J0 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 3
Aquatics Maple Street Recreational & Community Swim Meets Rookie Swim Teams Join Annie Cooper and friends for one, two, or all three community Swim Coaches: Annie Cooper & Maple Street Swim Instructors swim meets! We are offering the opportunity for people of all ages An opportunity for swimmers in grades K-12 who are prepared to (kids, teens, and adults) to hop in the pool for a fun yet competitive swim hundreds of yards with strong strokes, are happy to swim for swim. You pick your event(s) and how many you want to participate an hour, and are willing to be challenged. Swimmers will gain the in. We will group swimmers by age and heat as best as we can. knowledge and skills to improve their efficiency in the water in a Spectators are welcome to come and cheer! Swim Ribbons will be fun and recreational way. We are not a part of the Champlain Valley given to every participant. Events may include 25/50 butterfly, Swim League and do not have formal, weekly meets. However, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle, 100 freestyle, and 100 individual swimmers are welcome to participate in the community swim medley. meets. A fun way to improve your competitive swimming skills in an encouraging environment. Swimmers may swim up to four AGE All Ages mornings per week, or less. It’s up to you! No pressure. PLACE Maple Street Pool FEE $7 per swimmer (includes registration for as many events DATE Monday–Thursday, June 25–August 2 as you choose) PLACE Maple Street Pool NOTE Pre-registration is encouraged, but not necessary. NOTE Participants should be able to swim 25 yards multiple CODE DAY DATE TIME times. 135901A Fri Jul 6 7–8pm Recreational Swim Team 135901B Fri Jul 20 7–8pm TIME 7:30-8:30am 135901C Fri Aug 3 7–8pm AGE Entering grades K–12 FEE $99 resident/$114 non-resident CODE 135801A American Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguarding Rookie Swim Team: For those who want to be on the Swim Team This is a two-part course with online and in-person course content. but aren’t quite ready for the full hour. This course provides entry-level participants the knowledge and TIME 8:35–9:05am skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies AGE Entering grades K–3 and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries FEE $55 resident/$70 non-resident and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over, including in CODE 135801B aquatic facilities in non-surf, open-water areas found at public parks, resorts, summer camps and campgrounds. Prerequisites: Swim 550 yards continuously; Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs; Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds: swim 20 yards; Surface dive to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object; Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back using legs only to return to the starting point; Exit the water without using steps or a ladder. Participants who successfully complete this course receive an American Red Cross certificate for Lifeguarding/ First Aid/CPR/AED and Waterfront Skills, both valid for 2 years. AGE 15+ DATES Monday–Friday, July 9–13 TIME 5–9pm PLACE Maple Street Pool FEE $350 resident / $370 non-resident NOTE Participants will also be required to complete roughly 7 hours of online work outside of class time CODE 150507A 4 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Swim with Annie Swim with Annie Summer Kick-Off EJRP has formally partnered with Swim With Annie to offer swim Get your swimmer started off right with one week of lessons with Annie. lessons year-round. Swim With Annie has provided the curriculum for our Maple Street swim lessons in the summer and training for AGE School Age our instructors since 2009. Annie Cooper will be teaching the PLACE The Spa at The Essex lessons listed below. We are pleased to provide these opportunities. DATE Monday–Friday, June 25–29 TIME GROUP CODE FEE DATE July 9–August 19, Six week session: 1-day/week, 6-weeks 9:30-10am Beginner 135101K1 $150 PLACE Monday–Friday: The Spa at The Essex, 70 Essex Way 10–10:30am Paddler 135201K1 $150 Saturday– Sunday: PT360 Shelburne, 6221 Shelburne Road 10:30–11am Underwater Ease 135301K1 $150 FEE Parent and Me: $80; all other lessons: $180 11–11:30am Swimmer 135401K1 $150 NOTE For swim lesson age and group descriptions, please 11:30am–12pm Strokes 135501K1 $150 see page 2. 12–12:30pm Efficiency 135601K1 $150 Age Group The Spa at The Essex, 25 yard pool PT360 Shelburne, 10 yard pool Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Parent 9:30-10am 9:30-10am & Me 105001L1 105001L2 Toddler Beginner 9:30-10am 115101L1 Paddler 10-10:30am 9-9:30am 9:30-10am 115201L1 115201L2 115201L3 Preschool Beginner 10:30-11am 125101L1 Paddler 10-10:30am 12-12:30pm 11-11:30am 9:30-10am 8-8:30am 125201L1 125201L2 125201L3 125201L4 125201L6 1-1:30pm 11:30am-12pm 125201L5 125201L7 1-1:30pm 125201L8 Underwater 11:30am-12pm 8-8:30am 8:30-9am Ease 125301L1 125301L2 125301L4 10-10:30am 125301L3 School Beginner 10-10:30am Age 135101L1 Paddler 10:30-11am 12-12:30pm 10:30-11am 9-9:30am 135201L1 135201L2 135201L3 135201L4 Underwater 10:30-11am 11-11:30am 10:30-11am 9:30-10am 12-12:30pm 11-11:30am 10-10:30am Ease 135301L1 135301L2 135301L4 135301L6 135301L8 135301L9 135301L12 11:30am-12pm 11:30am-12pm 10-10:30am 11:30-12pm 12-12:30pm 135301L3 135301L5 135301L7 135301L10 135301L13 1:30-2pm 135301L11 Swimmer 11-11:30am 9:30-10am 11-11:30am 10:30-11am 8:30-9am 10:30-11am 135401L1 135401L3 135401L4 135401L5 135401L7 135401L9 11:30am-12pm 11-11:30am 12-12:30pm 135401L2 135401L6 135401L8 Strokes 12-12:30pm 10-10:30am 11:30am-12pm 12:30-1pm 11-11:30am 135501L1 135501L2 135501L3 135501L4 135501L5 12:30-1pm 135501L6 1:30-2pm 135501L7 Efficiency 12-12:30pm 135601L1 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 5
S.T.E.A.M. Camps S.T.E.A.M. is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem solving, embrace collaboration and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders and learners of the 21st-Century. — Education Closet The Arts Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night Instructor: Lauren Palmer, Hour Glass Youth Theatre Do you dream of fantastical worlds filled with heroes and adventure? Come wander into the wonderful world of Twelfth Night full of mischief, merry chaos, and a perilous shipwreck. Campers will paint their own unique sets, create colourful disguises, and step into the shoes of the clowns, lords, and ladies of this classic play. Guaranteed to have everyone laughing and playing Fun with Fiber as campers explore the beauty of Shakespeare’s story in an easy- Instructor: Tina Logan, ADL Art Teacher to-understand way. Spend a week making sock animals, stuffies, needle felted creatures, yarn paintings, weaving, jewelry and more! This camp will introduce AGE Entering grades 3–6 the wonders of creating cool things out of fiber. No experience DATE Monday–Friday, June 25–29 necessary, only imagination and enthusiasm. TIME 9am–3pm PLACE Hiawatha Gymnasium AGE Entering grades 4–8 FEE $200 resident/$220 non-resident DATE Monday–Friday, July 9–13 NOTE Campers should bring a lunch, two snacks, a water PLACE ADL Art Room bottle, sunscreen, and wear comfortable clothes for NOTE Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch if you are movement indoors and outdoors. staying all day. Snack and camp T-shirt to tie-dye included. CODE 130201A CODE TIME FEE 140201A 9am–12pm $195 res/$215 non-res Wacky Wire Camp 140201B 1pm–4pm $195 res/$215 non-res Instructor: Tina Logan, ADL Art Teacher 140201C 9am–4pm $295 res/$315 non-res Spend a week creating stabiles, mobiles, sun catchers, and more! Students will explore techniques with wonderful and wacky wire while learning about wire art from South Africa and the art of ¡Hola Amigos Camp! Alexander Calder. No prerequisite needed, only the ability to take Instructor: Tina Logan and Soraya Reina, ADL Teachers risks and have fun! Explore Spanish speaking countries through their art, language, and culture! Students will be introduced to basic Spanish language skills AGE Entering grades 4–8 while learning about cultural traditions through art, music, food and DATE Monday–Friday, June 25–29 games. We will end our week-long adventure with a ¡Fiesta! PLACE ADL Art Room NOTE Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch if you are AGE Entering grades 3–5 staying all day. Snack and camp T-shirt to tie-dye included. DATE Monday–Friday, July 16–20 TIME 9am–3pm CODE TIME FEE PLACE ADL STEAM Room 140202A 9am–12pm $195 res/$215 non-res NOTE Please bring a water bottle and bag lunch. Daily snack 140202B 1pm–4pm $195 res/$215 non-res will be provided. 140202C 9am–4pm $295 res/$315 non-res FEE $295 resident/$315 non-resident CODE 130202A 6 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
EHSPN Summer Camp The Trades Instructors: Tom Preska, EHSPN Interested in sports? Interesting in filming? Learn how to film, edit Youth Woodworking and produce your own action sports short film! Work with the teacher Instructors: Stuart Cheney and Sachi Hergesheimer, Sawmill Studio and former students of Essex High Schools sports show EHSPN to Build self-esteem through independent, hands on woodworking create dynamic images and video. In this camp you will learn how to this summer. Learn a new craft and make some sawdust! This class use a camera as well as editing equipment to produce exciting films. will show you how to make several small woodworking projects Over the week we will split between shooting and editing and you using hand tools. Learn how to layout, cut, shape, and assemble will learn the skills that will allow you to excel at both. your projects. There will be no power tools used and no experience with hand tools is necessary. To learn more about projects and what AGE Entering grades 5–10 we do in class, check us out at www.facebook.com/sawmillstudio. DATE Monday–Friday, July 30–Aug 3 TIME 9am–3pm AGE Entering grades 1–6 PLACE EHS Library and Maple Street Park DATE Monday–Friday, July 16–20 FEE $275 resident/$295 non-resident TIME 9–10:30am CODE 140200A PLACE ADL Middle School old Tech Ed Room FEE $115 resident/$135 non-resident CODE 130300A Discovering Drama! Instructor: Ellie Tetrick, Professional Actress Drama teaches cooperation and collaboration while inspiring Cool Creative Cooking Camp creativity and enhancing self-expression. Campers will have a blast Instructors: John and Cindy Dowman, CTE Instructors discovering their “inner actors” in this FUN, hands-on, beginner Looking to be actively engaged all morning long while creating drama camp! Children will learn the basics of drama by playing lots of delicious food and baked goods? Working with active theatre games, improvising, exploring costumes and puppets, professionally trained instructors, campers will learn basic knife and working together to bring stories to life! The week’s fun will skills, cooking and baking skills, ingredient identification and culminate with a performance on Friday afternoon. Tetrick has worked presentation skills. Each day campers will receive lunch and for over 20 years, in film, commercials, TV and onstage in theaters. dessert of their own creation and recipes used during the camp. AGE Entering grades 1–5 AGE Entering grades 4–9 DATE Monday–Friday, July 30–August 3 TIME 8am–12:30pm TIME 9am–3pm PLACE Center for Technology Essex PLACE Hiawatha Gymnasium CODE DAY DATE FEE FEE $200 resident/$220 non-resident 140300A Mon–Fri Jun 18–22* $199 res/$219 non-res NOTE Campers should bring a lunch, two snacks, a water 140300B Mon–Fri Jun 25–29 $199 res/$219 non-res bottle, sunscreen and wear comfortable clothes for *Dates may be adjusted dependent upon snow days. movement indoors and outdoors. CODE 130200A Baking for Beginners Camp Instructor: Kathy Lawrence, EWSD Librarian Band Camp Learn how to read a recipe, measure Ingredients, and bake sweet Instructor: Adam Sawyer, ADL Band Teacher or savory treats! Each day is themed and will start with a read-aloud. Come spend a week playing a variety of ensemble music from Recipes and themes will be different from last summer, so repeat classical to jazz in a fun, relaxed environment. All band instruments campers can learn something new! Perfect for the beginning baker. welcome, including piano and guitar. Performance on the last day. AGE Entering grades 1–4 AGE Entering grades 6–9 DATE Monday–Friday, June 25–29 DATE Monday–Friday, August 13–17 TIME 9–11am TIME 9am–12pm PLACE ADL Middle School PLACE ADL Band Room FEE $90 resident/$105 non-resident FEE $75 resident/$90 non-resident NOTE Please let EJRP know of any food allergies at time of NOTE Participants must have 1 year of experience with their registration. If campers have their own apron or smock. instrument. It’s a good idea to bring it, along with a water bottle CODE 140203A CODE 130301A www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 7
S.T.E.A.M. The Trades Camps Four Corners Cuisine Camp Instructor: Kathy Lawrence, EWSD Librarian Savor the flavors of the world’s major continents! Campers will learn basic cooking, food prep techniques, and terminology. They will Super Hero Master Builders & have a chance to put herbs, spices, grains, and fresh vegetables Stop Motion Animation together in a variety of dishes from the four corners of the world! Become a master superhero builder as we create LEGO vehicles, structures and machines that will help defeat the arch enemy villains. AGE Entering grades 4–8 Using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles DATE Monday–Friday, July 9–13 students will engineer ways to protect themselves by constructing PLACE ADL Middle School super hero cars, magnet levitation trains, magnetic cranes, and more! TIME 9–11am Students will use gears and motors to learn about mechanical devices FEE $90 resident/$105 non-resident such as levers, magnets, wheel and axles. Help save the day from the NOTE Please let EJRP know of any food allergies at time of arch enemy villains. In the afternoon, students will build their own registration. If campers have their own apron or smock, mini movie set and create an animated movie using LEGO mini figures It’s a good idea to bring it, along with a water bottle. and other objects. The students will also learn how to edit their movies CODE 140301A and add titles/credits using Professional Stop Animation software AGE Entering grades 1–4 DATE Monday–Friday, July 23–27 TIME 9am–3pm PLACE Hiawatha NOTE Please bring a lunch. Participants will receive a LEtGO Camp t-shirt. You’ll go home with many great ideas and fun memories, but not your LEGO creations. FEE $305 res/$325 non-res CODE 130302A EV3 Battle Bots with Super Heroes, Villains & Stop Animation/Mine-craft Come and join us as we build Super Hero bots that can defeat the arch villain. In this class students will learn how gears can create awesome speed and power. Children will apply the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles and build several versions of EV3 robots and battle villain bots. They will learn C-based programming and use problem-solving skills to help the robots solve the different challenges. Students will use mine craft to build super hero lairs that are filled with traps and defenses to protect them from arch evil villains. They will learn how to use Command Blocks/Redstone to create traps and other defenses. In the afternoon, students will build their own mini movie set and create an animated movie using LEGO mini figures and other objects. The students will also learn how to edit their movies and add music, narration and titles using Professional Stop Animation software. AGE Entering grades 4–8 EJRP is proud to once again partner DATE TIME Monday–Friday, July 23–27 9am–3pm with Child Nutrition Services at EWSD PLACE Hiawatha to present the Summer Foods Program: NOTE Please bring a lunch. Participants will receive a LEtGO free breakfast and lunch for anyone Camp t-shirt. You’ll go home with many great ideas and fun memories, but not your LEGO creations. 18 and under, Monday-Friday at Maple FEE $305 res/$325 non-res Street Park, June 25–August 24. CODE 140302A 8 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Recreational & Wellness Camps Maple Street Bike Park Camps Skate Camp The Maple Street Bike Park consists of a pump track and three dirt Instructor: Talent Skate Park Staff jump lines to provide an exciting and progressive riding experience Develop patience and perseverance while overcoming fear. We all for beginner through expert riders. We have a unique wooded fall down but learning to get back up again is the heart of skate- location at Maple Street Park that is adjacent to the Skate Park. Sign boarding. Whether you are a beginner just trying to figure out how up for one of these opportunities to strengthen your riding abilities to ride on ramps or an expert looking to take it to the next level, with a local expert rider, to gain confidence and skills to effectively you will have a great time at this camp. Local skaters will provide navigate the pump track, and/or to explore the challenges of the instruction for skateboarders of all abilities. dirt jumps. AGE Entering grades K–8 NOTE Bike and helmet required. Knee, shin, and elbow pads DATE Monday–Friday, July 30–Aug 3 recommended. No pegs, kickstands, or training wheels. TIME 9am–12pm Bikes must be in good working order. PLACE Skate Park at Maple Street Park FEE $121 Village & Town resident/$141 non-resident NOTE Skateboard, helmet, and wrist guards required. Intro Bike Park Camp CODE 130101A Learn intro to pump track riding, basic bike maintenance, and trail repair and maintenance. Look for our Summer Special Events AGE Entering grades 1–4 brochure coming in early June! DATE Monday–Friday, July 9–13 TIME 9–10am FEE $35 resident/$45 non-resident CODE 130100A Girls Roller Derby Camp Instructor: Green Mountain Derby Dames Skaters Spend the week with veteran skaters from the Green Mountain Beginner Bike Park Camp Derby Dames learning all the basic skills of skating on quad roller Learn basic pump track skills (pumping and cornering), jump skates: skating, stopping, agility, speed and endurance. Campers etiquette, basic jumping skills, bike maintenance, using the pump will learn the importance of working as part of a co-operative team, track, beginner jump line, and jump building and maintenance on and off skates. Campers will learn the basics of how to play roller techniques. derby in a controlled, safe environment that focuses on teamwork, getting to know the positions and some rules, and safe gameplay. AGE Entering grades 4–8 Off-skates activities will include derby crafts, coming up with team DATE Monday–Friday, July 9–13 names, and decorating team jerseys. This camp is suitable for TIME 10:15am–11:45pm beginners as well as experienced skaters. FEE $50 resident/$65 non-resident CODE 130100B AGE Girls entering grades 2–12 DATE Monday–Friday, July 16–20 TIME 1:30–5:30pm Mountain Bike Camp PLACE Essex High School Rink This camp is designed for those looking to further explore and FEE $81 resident/$96 non-resident develop their mountain biking skills. Explore the back woods of NOTE Required gear: Quad roller skates (not roller blades), knee Essex, Williston, and Jericho. Average daily mileage is 8-12 miles. pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, helmet, mouth guard. All gear must fit snugly and securely. Bring your own water AGE Entering grades 4–9 bottle and snack. Campers can purchase gear packages DATE Monday–Friday, July 23–27 ranging from skates only to full sets of gear; contact EJRP TIME 9am–12pm for ordering information. Safety equipment used for PLACE Meets at ADL parking lot and continues to various local sites skateboarding would be appropriate for this camp. FEE $96 resident/$111 non-resident CODE GRADE NOTE Drop-off location may change. Bike, water, and helmet 160100A 2–5 required. 160100B 6–8 CODE 130102A 160100C 9–12 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 9
Recreational & Wellness Camps Tennis Camp Kids Creative Yoga Camp Instructor: USTA Instructor: Sylvia Kabusk, Ananta Yoga, South Burlington EJRP has teamed up with USTA to bring you quality tennis instruction Swim like a dolphin! Dance like a snowflake! This camp is a joyful at affordable prices. The perfect opportunity for your child to learn approach to teaching children about themselves, each other, and a lifelong sport in a fun and recreational way. This active program the universe in which they live. This fun and engaging camp weaves will give your child the opportunity to learn the fundamental skills together yoga, expressive movement, cooperation activities, songs, of tennis. Players will be taught the rules of the game and will work crafts, and stories helping to promote children’s self-confidence, on their forehand, backhand, and more! Each player will receive a expression, and mutual self-respect. Children experience the joy of tennis t-shirt. being in their body, connecting with their breathing, and learning to celebrate their individuality and uniqueness. Each session will AGE Entering grades K–6 be unique as every class has something new to learn. Sign up for PLACE Maple Street Park multiple sessions for a full day of creative expression! FEE $45 resident/$55 non-resident NOTE Bring your own racquet to each lesson if you have one. AGE 4–5 years DAY Monday–Friday CODE GRADE DAY DATE TIME DATE July 9–13 130103A1 K–2 Mon–Fri Jun 25–29 9–10am TIME 9–11am 130103A2 3–6 Mon–Fri Jun 25–29 10:15–11:15am PLACE Hiawatha 130103B1 K–2 Mon–Fri Jul 9–13 9–10am FEE $89 resident/$104 non-resident 130103B2 3–6 Mon–Fri Jul 9–13 10:15–11:15am NOTE Bring a nutritious snack, water bottle, and a yoga mat 130103C1 K–2 Mon–Fri Jul 30–Aug 3 9–10am if you have one. 130103C2 3–6 Mon–Fri Jul 30–Aug 3 10:15–11:15am CODE 120100A 10 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Girl Spirit Creative Yoga & Movement Camp Junior Golf Camp Instructor: Sylvia Kabusk, Ananta Yoga, South Burlington Instructor: Dan Lehmann, PGA Pro Do you enjoy movement, music, creating, and relaxing? You will Learning the game of golf has never been more fun. Our junior learn fun combinations of yoga, tumbling basics, and dance to golf program is designed to keep kids entertained, while they foster self-confidence and positive self-image where every girl is a learn all the basics of full-swing, short game, putting and rules and winner! In addition, you will enjoy creating beautiful crafts to take etiquette. home at the end of the week. Girls experience the joy and freedom of being in their body, deepening their connection with the world AGE Entering grades 3–9 around them, and celebrating their individuality and uniqueness! DAY Monday–Friday No special skills required. Just come as you (perfectly) are! PLACE Catamount Country Club, 1400 Mountain View Road in Williston AGE Entering grades 1–8 NOTE Lunch is included in the full-day program. Friday is DATE Monday–Friday, July 9–13 half-day instruction followed by pizza party and prizes. TIME 12–3pm Golfers may stay and play 9 holes for free unsupervised PLACE Hiawatha following the party. FEE $132 resident/$152 non-resident CODE GRADE DATE TIME FEE NOTE Bring a nutritious snack, water bottle, and a yoga mat if 130105A1 Entering 3–9 Jun 18–22 8:30am–12pm $210 you have one. 130105A2 Entering 6–9 Jun 18–22 8:30am–4pm $395 CODE 160101A 130105B1 Entering 3–9 Jun 25–29 8:30am–12pm $210 130105B2 Entering 6–9 Jun 25–29 8:30am–4pm $395 Archery Camp 130105C1 Entering 3–9 Jul 9–13 8:30am–12pm $210 Instructor: Pelkey’s Archery 130105C2 Entering 6–9 Jul 9–13 8:30am–4pm $395 Archery is all inclusive and FUN! Shooting a bow & arrow will teach 130105D1 Entering 3–9 Jul 16–20 8:30am–12pm $210 discipline and build confidence. Participants will learn safety, 130105D2 Entering 6–9 Jul 16–20 8:30am–4pm $395 basic skills and fundamentals, and have fun through individual 130105E1 Entering 3–9 Jul 23–27 8:30am–12pm $210 instruction, shooting as well as team building drills. 130105E2 Entering 6–9 Jul 23–27 8:30am–4pm $395 130105F1 Entering 3–9 Jul 30–Aug 3 8:30am–12pm $210 AGE Entering grades 2–8 130105F2 Entering 6–9 Jul 30–Aug 3 8:30am–4pm $395 DATE Monday–Friday PLACE Maple Street Park FEE $56 resident/$71 non-resident Tossing Loops: Learn to Fly Fish Instructor: Mike Abbott, Tasty Water Adventures CODE DATE TIME Come join us for an introduction to fly fishing! Learn skills like 130104A Jul 23–27 1–1:50pm preparing your setup, casting, identifying insects, and how to 130104B Jul 23–27 2–2:50pm approach fish. This fun and engaging camp will strengthen children’s 130104C Jul 30–Aug 3 1–1:50pm connections with our local waterways and fisheries. Sign up today 130104D Jul 30–Aug 3 2–2:50pm and come toss some lines with us! Camp will include days spent practicing and learning at Maple Street Park and trips to local fishing spots. AGE Entering grades 4–8 DATE Monday-Friday, August 13–17 TIME 9–12am PLACE Maple Street Park and nearby fishing locations FEE $125 resident/$145 non-resident NOTE No equipment is required, but river-safe footwear will be important CODE 140100A Don’t miss our new EHSPN Camp! Details on page 7. www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 11
Chargers & Young Hornets Sports EJRP has teamed up with ADL Middle School and Essex High School coaches and players to bring you the best local instruction in sports camps. Let our own middle and high school coaches and athletes serve as the role models and instructors for your child as they develop their skills in a fun summer camp opportunity. Chargers Baseball Camp Young Hornets Soccer Camp Join ADL Coaches Tyler Peckham and Joe Emery for this fun and Join Coach Barber and the EHS Girls Soccer team for this week of exciting baseball camp. Emphasis will be on having fun, with fun and fundamentals. Young Hornets Soccer Camp is a great way quality instruction in fundamentals. Skills will be learned and to work on developing your soccer skills, game IQ, and conditioning, practiced through fun drills and games. all while having a blast. All experience levels are welcome, from first time player to veteran Charger. DATE Monday–Friday, June 25–29 PLACE Maple Street Park DATE Monday–Friday, July 16–20 TIME 9:30am–12pm PLACE Maple Street Park AGE Entering Grades 2–6 NOTE Please bring cleats and a water bottle FEE $70 res/$85 non-res FEE $75resident/$90 non-resident CODE 130106A CODE TIME GRADE NOTE Campers should bring a glove and water bottle 130109A 9am–12pm Entering K–3 every day. Cleats are not required, but campers 130109B 12:30-3:30pm Entering 4–8 should wear shoes that are comfortable to run in. Baseball caps are highly recommended. One year of organized tee ball/baseball experience required. 12 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Young Hornets Gymnastics Camp Young Hornets Ultimate Frisbee Camp A non-competitive, fun environment to develop your skills as In 2015, Essex High School introduced a new and exciting spring you learn vaulting, floor exercises, and the balance beam. Join sport.... Ultimate Frisbee! Ultimate frisbee has become one of the Coach Mary Krug and the EHS Gymnastics team as they guide fastest growing sports in the country! Why do we think that is? It is a your child to a better understanding of the elements involved lot of fun, everyone of all ages can enjoy the game, and it promotes in gymnastic competition and will safely instruct them in teamwork and sportsmanship. In the Youth Ultimate Frisbee Camp gymnastic basics. campers will understand the basic fundamentals of ultimate frisbee through technique, drills, and games. Also the campers will under- AGE Entering grades K–6 stand the “spirit of the game” and understand sportsmanship through DATE Monday-Friday, July 16–20 this program. TIME 9–11am FEE $65 resident/$80 non-resident DATE Monday–Friday, July 23–27 PLACE Essex High School PLACE Maple Street Park CODE 130107A AGE Entering Grades 4–10 TIME 9am–12pm FEE $70 resident/$85 non-resident NOTE Please bring sneakers and a water bottle CODE 130108A Young Hornets Preseason Football Camp Join EHS varsity coach Drew Gordon, his coaching staff, and varsity football players to get ready for the Chargers’ season. This preseason experience will be a fun, engaging opportunity to tune up your football skills, work with varsity football coaches and players, and have fun! No prior experience needed. AGE Entering grades 2–8 DATE Monday-Friday, July 30–August 3 TIME 5:30–7:30pm PLACE Maple Street Park FEE $70 resident/$85 non-resident Young Hornets Volleyball Camp NOTE No football equipment needed. Please bring a water Why wait until high school to start having fun playing volleyball? bottle. This camp is open to girls and boys who looking for an opportunity CODE 130110A to experience what volleyball is all about. We have designed this camp specifically with young players in mind and have modified Young Hornets Girls’ Lacrosse Camp our equipment, techniques, drills, and games to make learning Come lax with us! Young Hornets Girls’ Lacrosse camp is designed volleyball fun. Campers will get exposure to all aspects of the game, as a week long camp to introduce girls to the rules and regulations but focus mostly on the basic fundamentals and skills that are of the competitive game. While working with members of the needed for the first year level of competition. This camp will be Essex Women’s Lacrosse program, players will improve hand-eye led by the coaches and players of The Essex High School State coordination, hone shot accuracy, and develop team unity, all to Champions Volleyball Team. Young Hornets Volleyball Camp is a maximize game sense. Come take part in this ever-growing and great way to introduce kids to this fantastic sport in an atmosphere popular sport! that is positive, energetic, and fun! DATE Monday–Friday, July 30–Aug 3 DATE Monday–Friday, July 23–27 PLACE Maple Street Park PLACE Essex High School Gymnasium AGE Entering grades 2–8 AGE Entering Grades 5–9 TIME 9am–11am TIME 9–11am FEE $65 resident/$80 non-resident FEE $65 resident/$80 non-resident NOTE Please bring sneakers and a water bottle NOTE Please bring sneakers and a water bottle CODE 130114A CODE 140101A www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 13
Youth Sports Leagues & Programs Summer Strength & Conditioning Jr. Hornets Soccer Instructor: Parisi Speed School Performance Staff Instructor: EHS Varsity Girls Soccer Strength and Conditioning is a crucial part for athletic development This exciting parent/child introductory program prepares your child as well as human development! This program will focus on teaching for organized soccer in a fun, non-competitive environment. Age athletes sound technique, while being in a physically challenging appropriate equipment will be used to teach kicking, dribbling, environment. The sessions will be kept in a small group ratio to trapping, throw-ins, and agility. Each participant will receive a t-shirt ensure safety of the athletes as well as proper coaching instruction. and size-3 soccer ball. Each week will bring a different focus to the weight room with the goal of exposing athletes to various training schemes that build AGE 3–5 years with parents as the summer progresses. Whether you are here for a week or the PLACE Maple Street Park entire summer, we look forward to training and teaching you how FEE $47 resident/$57 non-resident to get the most out of your time in the weight room! CODE AGE TIME DAY DATE 120101A1 3–4 4:45–5:30pm Mon Jul 9–Aug 13 AGE Entering grades 7–12 120101A2 4–5 5:45–6:30pm Mon Jul 9–Aug 13 DATE Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 26–July 26 120101B1 4–5 4:45–5:30pm Wed Jul 11–Aug 15 TIME 9–10:30am 120101B2 3–4 5:45–6:30pm Wed Jul 11–Aug 15 PLACE Essex High School Weight Room NOTE No class week of July 2–July 6. Please dress for physical activity and bring a water bottle. Already enrolled in Camp Maple Street, CODE DAY DATE FEE REACH, or STAR but see an exciting 150100A Tue/Thu Jun 26–28 $30 res/$40 non-res 150100B Tue/Thu Jul 10–12 $30 res/$40 non-res specialty camp the same week? Sign up 150100C Tue/Thu Jul 17–19 $30 res/$40 non-res and get 25% off the specialty camp (must 150100D Tue/Thu Jul 24–26 $30 res/$46 non-res 150100E Tue/Thu All 4 Weeks $100 res/$120 non-res register in-person or over the phone). 14 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Full Day Camps Summer Youth Soccer League EJRP Adventure Camp Instructor: EHS Varsity Girls Soccer This new and improved soccer league will feature exciting pick-up Wild Vermont! games each week. We want to continue to provide a fun, Come explore the wilds of Vermont with EJRP. In this weeklong, recreational, and skill-enhancing summer soccer experience. full-day camp, we will venture out to various locations to explore This format and structure accommodates busy summer schedules the natural beauty of our surrounding area. Each day will be an for families and allows us to change up teams for a new and adventure to a new location around Chittenden County where exciting experience each week. Skill-building and warm-up campers will hike, kayak, orienteer, draw, read,and much, much more. sessions will be followed up by games which will range from 4v4 to a full match. AGE Grades 3–5 DATE August 13–17 AGE Entering grades K–6 TIME 7:30am-6pm DATE Girls: Mondays, July 9–Aug 13 PLACE Drop-off and Pick-up at Maple Street Park. Boys: Wednesdays, July 11–Aug 15 Off-site location to be determined. TIME 6:45–7:45pm FEE $210 resident/$230 non-resident PLACE Maple Street Park CODE 140703A FEE $41 resident/$51 non-resident NOTE Campers may be dropped off at Maple Street Park at CODE Girls: 130111A 7:30am. Campers will spend the first 75 minutes with Boys: 130111B Camp Maple Street and then depart at 8:45am. Campers will return to Maple Street Park at 4:30pm and will have the option to re-join Camp Maple Street until 6pm. Parent/Child Tennis Instructor: USTA This parent and child program teaches both the adult and the child the fundamentals of tennis. In all of our busy lifestyles, it is For Middle Schoolers nice to learn and exercise with your child. Have fun and play the game of tennis with your kiddo this summer! Camp STAR: Swimming, Trips, Adventures, Recreation! AGE Kids entering grades K–6 and their parent/guardian Enjoy a summer filled with activities geared towards middle DATE Wednesdays, July 11–August 15 school aged youth. We will have a morning swim program, TIME 6:30–7:30pm weekly field trips, group activities, arts, sports, and outdoor PLACE Cascade Park experiences for all. Campers will be active and engaged in a FEE $69 resident/$84 non-resident variety of ways to make the summer fly by! NOTE Please bring your own racquet to each lesson. Field Trips: beach, Lake Monsters game, mini-golf, movies, state parks CODE 130112A Group Activities: Capture the Flag, Medic, Team Building Enrichment Activities: photography, jewelry making, cooking, yoga Kids Group Golf Lessons Sports: soccer, basketball, tennis, floor hockey Instructor: Dan Lehmann, PGA Pro This weekly program will provide your child with a great AGE Entering grades 6–9 introduction to the game of golf. Skills will be built and improved DATE Monday–Friday upon each week. TIME 7:30am–4:30pm PLACE ADL Middle School AGE Entering grades K–6 FEE $140 per week resident/$160 per week non-resident PLACE Catamount Country Club, 1400 Mountain View Road, Session C: $112 resident/$128 non-resident Williston No camp Wednesday, July 4. FEE $90 NOTE Bring your own lunch, snacks, swim suit, and towel NOTE Parent/guardian must attend with child if he/she is every day. Campers are encouraged to bring a bike. under the age of 8. CODE DATE CODE DATE CODE AGE DAY DATE TIME 140702A Jun 18–22 140702E Jul 16–20 130113A Entering K–2 Tue Jul 10–31 4–4:45pm 140702B Jun 25–29 140702F Jul 23–27 130113B Entering 3–6 Wed Jul 11–Aug 1 5–5:45pm 140702C Jul 2–6 (no camp July 4) 140702G Jul 30–Aug 3 140702D Jul 9–13 140702H Aug 6–10 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 15
Full Day Camps Camp Maple Street AGE Entering grades 1–5 Summer camp continues to be a defining experience in children’s DATE Monday–Friday lives – a time to make new friends, build trusting relationships with TIME Drop off starts at 7:30 am. Camp starts at 8:45am. counselors, create exciting arts and crafts projects, play new sports Pick up time is no later than 6pm. and games, and even learn how to swim! EJRP’s flagship summer PLACE Maple Street Park camp provides children all this and more at a great price and with- FEE $170 per week resident / $190 per week non-resident out going far from home. Session C: $136 resident / $152 non-resident (No camp Wednesday, July 4) Throughout the day, campers are grouped into cabins by age with NOTE All campers must bring their own swim suit, towel, a staff-to-child ratio not to exceed 1:12. Our full-day schedule offers sunscreen, change of clothes, and sneakers. Lunch and small and large group play, structured and unstructured time, and two healthy snacks are provided each day. choices for every child to explore their unique interests and to have a successful and enjoyable summer camp experience. This is a STARS accredited, State of Vermont Licensed Child Care Program. Financial assistance is available to qualified families 7:30am Camp opens through Child Care Resource, 863-3367. 8:55am Flagpole 9:10–11:55am Four structured activity periods including: Swim CODE DATES Lessons for every camper and Sports: net games, 130700A Jun 18–22 ball sports, lawn games, accuracy sports, obstacle 130700B Jun 25–29 courses, team sports, individual fitness, etc. 130700C Jul 2–6 (no camp July 4) Art: 2D drawings and paintings, nature-based 130700D Jul 9–13 projects, 3D creations, sculpture and more! 130700E Jul 16–20 Enrichment: exciting read-alouds and/or 130700F Jul 23–27 independent reading, fun projects, trivia games. 130700G Jul 30–Aug 3 Service: maintaining camp garden, composting, 130700H Aug 6–10 park beautification, giving back! 130700I Aug 13–17 Morning Specialty: this will vary week to week and 130700J Aug 20–24 may include cooking, origami, nature exploration, Zumba, rugby, and other fun activities! 11:55am Free Time 12:20pm Flagpole 12:35pm Lunch 1–4:50pm Four structured activity periods including: 2 hours of Free Swim for every camper and Group Game: Capture The Flag, Medic, Tag, Dance Party, Etc. Choice Activities: led by counselors – may include: making friendship bracelets, playing wall ball, skateboarding, and much more (camper input highly encouraged!) Afternoon Specialty: changing weekly, these activities will include more formal instruction by outside personnel or trained counselors in activities such as gymnastics, archery, tennis, dance, or yoga. Playground Time 4:50–6pm Supervised access to all of the amenities at Maple Street Park: basketball courts, playgrounds, baseball fields, tennis courts, skatepark, GaGa ball pit, and lots of outdoor green space to run and play! Additionally, once a week, campers will participate in a fun, off-site field trip featuring a visit to a local recreational spot (the beach, ECHO, bowling, hiking, Shelburne Farms, etc.) or a special event at the park will take place. 16 www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 Online registration available for many programs.
Camp REACH: Recreation, REACH 2018 Field Trips Enrichment, Adventure and Dates Theme Day Field Trips* CHallenge Jun 18–Jun22 Let’s PLAY! Mon Bayside Park We know how important it is to be out and enjoying the summer Code: 130701A Tue Union Memorial months while we can! There are so many fun, exciting, and interesting Wed Regal Gymnastics/ places to visit that are all so close to home, and we plan on taking American Ninja Warrior advantage of that. Thu Mallett’s Bay Fri Maple Street Park In the morning, campers will enjoy arts and crafts, physical activities, Jun 25–Jun29 All About Art Mon Wildflower Studio and enrichment opportunities that revolve around a unique weekly Code: 130701B Tue BCA/Fleming Museum theme. Campers will also have free time to play on the playground and explore their own interests. Each afternoon, campers will partici- Wed Snowflake Museum pate in a themed offsite field trip or an onsite specialty event. Each Thu T.W. Wood Art Gallery week will have its own unique theme that has campers exploring local Fri Maple Street Park state parks, area businesses, museums, and many other exciting and Jul 2–6 Indoor Mon Metro Rock enriching locations. On Fridays, campers will walk to Maple Street Code: 130701C Recreation Tue Essex Speedway Park for swim lessons, time to explore and play in the park and free Wed NO CAMP swim in the afternoon. Thu Get Air Fri Maple Street Park This is a STARS accredited, State of Vermont Licensed Child Care Jul 9–13 STEAM Mon Ben and Jerry’s Program. Financial assistance is available to qualified families through Code: 130701D Science, Tue Shelburne Museum Child Care Resource, 863-3367. Technology, Wed Montshire Museum Engineering, Thu ECHO DAILY SCHEDULE 7:30am Drop off and settle in Art, & Math Fri Maple Street Park 9:30am Morning snack and meeting Jul 16–20 VT Commerce Mon Berry Picking 10am Morning activities Campers will rotate through the Code: 130701E Week Tue State House following each day: arts and crafts, physical activities and Wed Shelburne Farms games, themed specialty activities and projects Thu Lake Monsters Game 12pm Lunch Fri Jay Peak 12:30pm Themed field trip Jul 23–27 Beach Week Mon Oakledge 4pm Afternoon snack and meeting Code: 130701F Tue Lake Iroquois 4:30pm Enrichment activities and week long projects Wed Sandbar 5:30pm Free exploration and quiet activities Thu North Beach 6pm Camp ends Fri Maple Street Park AGE Entering grades 1–5 Jul 30–Aug 3 Outdoor Mon Mills River State Park DATE Monday–Friday Code: 130701G Adventure Tue Audubon Nature Center TIME Drop off starts at 7:30am; Camp starts at 8:45am Wed Moss Glen Falls Pick up time is no later than 6pm Thu Northern Lights PLACE Thomas Fleming Elementary Fri Maple Street Park FEE $170 per week resident/$190 per week non-resident Aug 6–10 Water Week Mon Swimming Hole- Stowe Session C: $136 resident/$152 non-resident Code: 130701H Tue Upper Valley Aquatic Center (No camp Wednesday, July 4) NOTE: All campers must bring swim suit, towel, sunscreen, Wed Waterbury Reservoir change of clothes, and sneakers. Lunch and two healthy Thu Community Sailing Center snacks are provided each day. Fri End of Camp Celebration * Current anticipated schedule, subject to change. Exact field trip schedule will be released one week prior. www.ejrp.org / SUMMER 2018 17
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