Ever the “green events” party girl, I finished 5k racing and sock hopping and now I’m off to teach summer camp kiddies with a vegan and homeschooler friendly eco-twist!
Anyone is welcome to come aboard for summer camp, UU style!
It’s non-profit and camp registration costs basically go to put on the “eco theme “ half day camp. You do not have to be a church member to attend summer camp. We’re doing it for good, green jollies.
Seventh Principle Day Camp
Brought to you by:
Children’s Religious Education and the Green Team
What: A day camp celebrating our Seventh UU Principle:
We affirm and promote respect for the interdependent web of all existence.
(We believe in caring for Mother Earth, the home we share with all living things.)
When: June 16 – 20, 11:00 am – 3:00pm
Who: Children of all ages are welcome to join the fun; however, we do request that children under five be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Cost: $7 a day or $30 for all 5 days. All lunches will be vegan and we have lots of inexpensive and easy suggestions. We are also accepting donations of sunscreen, “green” bug spray, and clean spray bottles
Activities will include: creating a composting system, planting a garden, creating a wall mural in the courtyard, making ourselves camp tee-shirts, taking an eco-tour of our campus, visiting Dick Azalea Park, and celebrating Mother Earth and our seventh principle in song, dance, and play.
Campers have the bonus option of sharing their camp experiences with family and friends in the June 22, Midsummer Sunday Morning Worship Service.
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