Join Ashlar at Camp McCullough in Covington this April, as we explore the meaning of "Full Circle" in celebration of Earth Day!
The emergence of spring signifies beginnings - rebirth and renewal - and the cyclical journey through existence occurs everywhere. We will engage in circle-themed science activities "centered" around the natural world. We will trace circular patterns from sky to soil to deepen our understanding of the seasons, life cycles, and wondrous occurrences here on Earth. We will travel from beginning to end through storytelling journeys, perhaps making use of the outdoor stage. We will invite Questers to create their own kaleidoscopes, spirographs, mandalas, and Kandinsky-inspired circle art.
Our two days together will also be filled with physical activities such as dance, yoga, hiking, and games in the playing field. We will gather in circle for songs, stories, and sharing each day, emphasizing the possibilities for growth and renewal in every moment and every sunrise. It all starts with spring!
Details ~ Thursday & Friday, April 21-22, 10am - 2pm.
Camp McCullough: 20665 SE 264th St, Covington, WA 98042
Please pack a lunch, water bottle, and change of clothes in a backpack suitable for hiking. We will spend our whole time outdoors, so please be sure to dress in weather-appropriate clothing (waterproof jackets/pants/shoes or boots, layers for dressing down or up, etc.)
Cost of camp: $120 per child
These camps are mixed ages:
Explorers, Ages 5-9
Adventurers, Ages 10-14
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