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Summer Camp: Fostering a Love of Nature

Tyler Arboretum’s Summer Camps connect children with nature as they explore our unique and diverse ecosystems. Enthusiastic, highly-qualified staff and low student/teacher ratios facilitate fun, interactive learning through nature and stewardship projects, games, naturalist-led learning sessions, crafts, and hikes.

The Summer Camp brochure is here!

Click the image below to download your copy.

Summer Camp Brochure 2017-1

Registration Opens:

Household Members (and above): February 1 Household members (and above) who register on or before February 21 receive a free Tyler Summer Camp T-Shirt (One shirt per camper)

To other members and the Public: February 22.

Please note, the registration links work best in the Google Chrome browser. To download and install Chrome, click here.

Camper Details

Snacks, Meals, and Water Campers MUST have a water bottle. Often campers will be out and about away from the building, and away from drinkable water sources. They must have the ability to stay hydrated even on their adventures. Please ensure your camper has a reusable water bottle every day. Please consider packing a low-waste snack and lunch with reusable containers and napkins, one that avoids extraneous packaging and non-recyclable materials. Please consider removing the plastic cover on

Please consider packing a low-waste snack and lunch with reusable containers and napkins, one that avoids extraneous packaging and non-recyclable materials. Please consider removing the plastic cover on juice-box straws, as they tend to litter the Arboretum after lunch time. Tyler is not a peanut-free facility, but we encourage you to consider packing peanut-free foods, as there are many campers with allergies. Please contact us if you have allergy concerns. Dinner and breakfast are provided for campers during overnights.

Clothing and Footwear

Campers should come dressed ready for outdoor exploration and play in clothes that may get dirty. Campers must wear closed-toed shoes, such as sneakers. Flip flops or open-toed sandals are not acceptable camp shoes. Please pack a bathing suit, towel, and water shoes every day, as there is always the possibility of a stream adventure or water games, especially on those extra hot days! Water shoes must be a style of shoe that will stay on while in the water. Closed water shoes, sandals that strap to feet or old sneakers work best. Flip flops are not acceptable. For young campers, an extra set of clothes is recommended.

Medications All medications to be administered at camp or on an overnight must be listed on the Camper Information and Health Form, completed by a physician.

This includes emergency medication (inhalers, epi-pens, etc.), routine prescription medication, over-the-counter medications (Tylenol, Benadryl, etc.) and vitamins.

To download the Camper Information and Health Form, click here.

Refund Policy Requests for cancellation must be made in writing and fees will be applied to each camper, per camp week. A cancellation fee of $10 will be applied to each cancellation prior to April 14, 2017. A cancellation fee of $50 will be applied to each cancellation thereafter, up to 15 business days prior to the start of the camp week. No refunds will be issued for withdrawal or absence with notice of less than 15 business days.

Tiny Trackers (ages 4-5)

Tiny Trackers camps are half-day camps designed to introduce children (ages 4-5) to the wonders of the outdoors and to help them make connections with nature and with new friends. Campers will explore many aspects of Tyler, with activities suited to their age and stage. Campers become part of a group of up to 10 children, with two counselors who are passionate about working with this age group. Their days are filled with nature exploration, sensory play, games, crafts, and much more! Tiny Trackers, half-day program (4-5 year olds), Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Fee: Members: $175; non-members: $215 Campers should bring a mid-morning snack.

Their days are filled with nature exploration, sensory play, games, crafts, and much more! Tiny Trackers, half-day program (4-5 year olds), Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Fee: Members: $175; non-members: $215 Campers should bring a mid-morning snack.

Lunch Bunch

Stay at camp a little longer and enjoy lunch with your friends and another activity! Monday–Friday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Fee: $40 per camper, per week. Campers taking part in Lunch Bunch should bring a packed lunch. To register for Lunch Bunch for the week of camp your child will attend, click the Lunch Bunch link next to the relevant camp description.

Tiny Trackers Camps

Down & Dirty June 26-30
Kick off your summer investigating trees, soil, and critters! We will spend the week learning about forests as we roll over logs, sift through the soil, and tiptoe through trees. Get to know the quiet giants of the forest through arts, games, and of course: tree houses! To register for Down and Dirty, click here.

To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Going Buggy July 10-14 Full – call for wait list
Go on a very buggy adventure as you explore the Arboretum and the insects that inhabit this area. Learn about the life cycles of different bugs and the places they call home. Turn over logs, search the meadows, and hunt in the stream for all the critters you can find! The Big Bugs art exhibit gives us a super-sized look at some of our most important members of the animal kingdom. To register for Going Buggy, click here.

To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Splish Splash July 17-21  Full – call for wait list

Cool off during this fun-filled week in the water! Join us as we play and experiment alongside frogs, turtles, and other water-dwelling critters to find out more about water’s role in nature. We will play water games, turn over rocks, and make some aqua-inspired crafts. To register for Splish Splash, click here.

To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Land of the Lenape July 24-28
Experience the daily life of the Lenape families who roamed Tyler nearly 1,000 years ago! Try on authentic clothing, explore the wigwam and play traditional Lenape games. We’ll even try building a wigwam of our own! To register for Land of the Lenape, click here.

To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Nature Creations July 31-August 4
Let your creativity shine bright as we observe and record patterns and colors in nature. Use your hands, feet, and more to create one-of-a-kind crafts inspired by Mother Nature! Hike around to find unique materials to incorporate into your designs while using the Arboretum as inspiration. To register for Nature Creations, click here.

To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Skulls, Skins, & Scat August 7-11
Discover how wildlife leaves its mark on Tyler by searching the trails and streams for tracks and scat from deer, rabbits, squirrels and more. Get an up-close look at skulls and skins of native animals, and even dissect an owl pellet! To register for Skins, Skulls, and Scat, click here.

To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Fizz, Bang, POP! August 14-18
Create potions and watch things ooze, fizz, and explode! Explore the chemistry that appears to be caused by magic to the untrained eye. We’ll have a blast doing hands-on experiments featuring acid and base reactions, color change, and states of matter transformations. To register for Fizz, Bang, POP click here.To sign up for Lunch Bunch for this camp, click here.

Explorers (ages 5-11)

Explorers camps are full-day camps where kids can be kids. Days are filled with activities designed to engage their curiosity and to help them develop a love for the natural environment. Two counselors with each group help participants develop essential life skills such as conflict resolution, decision making, and confidence. Campers embark on a new adventure each day as they explore the stream, roam in the meadow, hike in the woods, find frogs, turtles, and aquatic bugs, and play in the tree houses. Explorers, full-day program (5-11 year olds), Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Fee: Members: $275; non-members: $325 Campers should bring a mid-morning snack and a packed lunch.

Extended Care  If you need to extend your camp day, before and after care are available. See the Extended Care tab below for more details and online registration.

Explorer Camps Down & Dirty June 26-30    Full – call for wait list

Kick off your summer investigating trees, soil, and critters! We will spend the week learning about forests as we roll over logs, sift through the soil, and tiptoe through trees. Get to know the quiet giants of the forest through arts, games, and of course: tree houses! To register for Down and Dirty, click here. 

Ready…Set…Color Wars! July 5-7 (mini-week)
A week like never before! During this patriotic mini-week, we’ll break the entire camp into three teams to compete in a series of games, races, challenges, and hunts. Spend the week with campers of other ages to earn points in a variety of messy, silly, wild, and funny challenges. Bring your patriotic colors and your team spirit and join the summer madness! Mini-week pricing: $225 members, $275 non-members To register for Ready…Set…Color Wars! click here.

A Big Bug’s Life July 10-14    Full – call for wait list
Join us as we get an up-close and personal look at the bugs that live around us! Explore the life of an insect by searching in the meadows and ponds, under logs, and in the air. Study the life cycles of different insects and where they call home. The Big Bugs art exhibit gives us a super-sized look at some of our most important members of the animal kingdom. To register for A Big Bug’s Life, click here .

Splish Splash July 17-21   Full – call for wait list
Cool off during this fun-filled week in the water! Join us as we play and experiment alongside frogs, turtles, and other water-dwelling critters to find out more about water’s role in nature. We will play water games, turn over rocks, and make some aqua-inspired crafts. To register for Splish Splash, click here.

Land of the Lenape July 24-28   Full – call for wait list
Experience the daily life of the Lenape families who roamed Tyler nearly 1,000 years ago! Try on authentic clothing, explore the wigwam and play traditional Lenape games. We’ll even try building a wigwam of our own. To register for Land of the Lenape, click here.

Nature Creations July 31-August 4
Let your creativity shine bright as we observe and record patterns and colors in nature. Use your hands, feet, and more to create one-of-a-kind crafts inspired by Mother Nature! Hike around to find unique materials to incorporate into your designs while using the Arboretum as inspiration. To register for Nature Creations, click here.

Skulls, Skins, & Scat August 7-11  Spaces available, call for details!
Discover how wildlife leaves its mark on Tyler by searching the trails and streams for tracks and scat from deer, rabbits, squirrels and more. Get an up-close look at skulls and skins of native animals, and even dissect an owl pellet! To register for Skulls, Skins and Scat, click here.

Fizz, Bang, POP! August 14-18   Full – call for wait list
Create potions and watch things ooze, fizz, and explode! Explore the chemistry that appears to be caused by magic to the untrained eye. We’ll have a blast doing hands-on experiments featuring acid and base reactions, color change, and states of matter transformations. To register for Fizz, Bang, POP! click here.

Naturalists (ages 11-13)

Naturalists camps are designed for 11-13 year old campers who are ready for a more in-depth experience, focusing on comprehensive activities, team building and off-site adventures. Campers will spend their days investigating the natural world, its inhabitants and the interconnectedness of nature. Two counselors with each group ensure each camper is challenging themselves in a positive and friendly atmosphere. Each week the group embarks on an off-site adventure to discover new strengths, while developing new skills. On Thursdays, campers will stay overnight and explore Tyler at night, with evening hikes, making s’mores by the campfire, and sleeping out in tents in the Arboretum.

Naturalists, full-day program (11-13 year olds), Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Thursday: On-Site Overnight Fee: Members: $375; non-members: $425 Campers should bring a mid-morning snack and a packed lunch. Each camp week includes an off-site field trip (Wednesday) and an on-site overnight (Thursday to Friday). Dinner and breakfast are provided during overnights.

Extended Care  If you need to extend your camp day, before and after care are available. See the Extended Care tab below for more details and online registration.

Naturalist camps include Animal Adaptations June 26-30
The animal kingdom is a mysterious and exciting place! Come learn about how animals outsmart their predators and survive and thrive in nature. Visit the Delaware Museum of Natural History to embrace your inner taxonomist and discover how adaptations affect behavior, lifecycles, and lifespans. To register for Animal Adaptations, click here.

Ready…Set…Color Wars! July 5-7 (Mini-week)
A week like never before! During this patriotic mini-week we’ll break the entire camp into three teams, to compete in a series of games, races, challenges and hunts. Spend the week with campers of other ages to earn points in a variety of messy, silly, wild and funny challenges. Bring your patriotic colors and your team spirit and join the summer madness! Mini-week does not include trip or overnight. Mini-week pricing: $225 members, $275 non-members. To register for Ready…Set…Color Wars! click here.

Worlds of Water July 10-14 Full – call for wait list
Have a splash of fun with a week of aquatic activities! We’ll experiment with it, drink it, play in it, and try to clean it, all to figure out what makes water so important. Your group will head on over to L.L. Bean’s Outdoor Discovery School at Marsh Creek and do some aquatic ecosystem exploration…by water! Learn basic paddling skills and the take a guided kayak trip. To register for Worlds of Water, click here.

Art in the Air July 17-21
Nature is one of art’s greatest inspirations. Spend the week creating in the great outdoors. Learn about different mediums including drawing and painting. Visit the Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia to see their nature inspired collection and have a drawing lesson from an experienced artist. Culminate your week with an en plein air creation that you made, out in “the plain air”! To register for Art in the Air, click here.

Big Bugs Bonanza July 24-28
The summer is a perfect time to get an up-close look at the bugs and insects buzzin’ around the Arboretum…from itty bitty ants to a 20 foot praying mantis in the Big Bugs art exhibit! This week will be filled with bugs galore. Investigate the importance of our small friends and search for them in their natural habitats. Visit the Insectarium in Philadelphia for a unique, live experience. To register for Big Bugs Bonanza, click here.

Forest Fun July 31-August 4 Come discover one of nature’s most diverse habitats during this forest-themed week! Adventure through the woodlands and investigate the layers of the forest, and the plants, animals and insects that live there. Travel to TreeHouse World to climb high in the trees and check out their tree-mendous tree houses. To register for Forest Fun, click here.

Sky’s NOT the Limit August 7-11
Look beyond the trees to the amazing canvas that is the sky. Investigate the incredible science behind clouds, learn why the sky is blue, and what makes a sunset so amazing! Head to the Neag Planetarium to experience the majestic night sky during the day. To register for Sky’s NOT the Limit, click here.

Tyler’s Excellent Adventure August 14-18
Gain the know-how to camp like a pro! Build a “one-match” fire, identify trail signs, and learn how to tie important knots for outdoor activities. Learn to read a map and become an expert at compass navigation at L.L. Bean’s Outdoor Discovery School. Nature has nothing on you! To register for Tyler’s Excellent Adventure, click here.

Adventurers (ages 13-15)

Adventurers, are you ready for adventure? These teen camps are designed to challenge campers with awesome outdoor experiences. Campers spend their week learning the survival skills necessary to survive in the wilds. This includes fire safety, food preparation, orienteering, and packing, all while learning to work in a group and plan a trip. On Thursday the team embarks on an overnight adventure to explore interesting new environments and put their camping skills to the test! Campers will walk away from this week with a newfound confidence and strong friendships! Adventurers, full-day program (13-15 year olds) Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Thursday: Off-Site Overnight Fee: Members: $400; non-members: $450

Campers should bring a mid-morning snack and a packed lunch. Each camp week includes an off-site field trip with overnight (Thursday to Friday). Dinner and breakfast are provided during overnights.

Extended Care  If you need to extend your camp day, before and after care are available. See the Extended Care tab below for more details and online registration.

Adventurers Camps
Ready…Set…Color Wars! July 5-7 (Mini-week)
A week like never before! During this patriotic mini-week we’ll break the entire camp into three teams, to compete in a series of games, races, challenges and hunts. Spend the week with campers of other ages to earn points in a variety of messy, silly, wild and funny challenges. Bring your patriotic colors and your team spirit and join the summer madness! Mini-week does not include off-site overnight. Mini-week pricing: $225 members, $275 non-members. To register for Ready…Set…Color Wars! click here.

Forest Adventure July 17-21 Discover what it takes to have a healthy community in nature. Investigate different habitats and their complex, ecological interactions. As we explore the streams and trek through the woods, discover how these interactions are critical for their survival. Then develop the skills needed for you to survive in the natural world. Learn the principles of Leave No Trace, which limit the negative impact your interactions have on other living organisms. Camp out at French Creek State Park to use your new skills, and dare to navigate yourself through their woody landscape on their compass course! To register for Forest Adventure, click here.

Aquatic Ecosystems July 24-28
Water has many purposes to plants, animals and people. Spend this action-packed week conducting experiments and discovering the connection between water, conservation and the impact of pollution. A visit to Assateague State Parkin Maryland will give us an opportunity to contrast the wildlife in freshwater and coastal and marine ecosystems. Explore the salt marshes and maybe even catch a glimpse of dolphins, osprey or even wild horses. Camp out amongst the dunes and with an amazing view of the stars! To register for Aquatic Ecosystems, click here.

History in Nature August 7-11
Discover the historical stories that are often hidden in the natural landscape. Uncover the past at Tyler with a visit to the collections in Lachford Hall and the Painter Library. Learn how the Arboretum came into existence and discover what amazing naturalists and scientists the Painter Brothers really were. See the printing press where they published their findings and how Tyler may have been a part of the Underground Railroad! Then take a trip to Gettysburg and hike around this scenic piece of American history and spend the night camping on the battlefields. To register for History in Nature, click here.

Leaders in Training (ages 16-17)

 

The Leaders In Training (LIT) program has been cancelled for 2017, but will return in 2018!

Leaders In Training (LIT). The LIT program offers teens ages 16 & 17 the opportunity to develop real world skills and leadership abilities, within the support of the camp community. Campers will participate in activities, games and projects that are designed to develop skills in teamwork, problem solving, conflict resolution, work ethic, communication, independence, teaching and so much more. As part of their training, they will learn practical camping and outdoor survival skills such as fire building and management, outdoor cooking, orienteering, wilderness campsite selection, natural shelter building,

Leave No Trace outdoor ethics and many more.
These skills and experiences will help teens gain an understanding of the interconnectedness of the natural world and our place within it. In each three-week session (Monday–Friday), teens will engage in fun and challenging lessons and activities that focus on team participation as well as individual development.

LIT’s will be mentored by experienced staff, including the camp leadership staff and will have the hands-on opportunity to put their newly learned skills into practice by leading and teaching others. LITs will work in groups to conceptualize, plan and implement a large-scale activity, to be delivered to the rest of the camp community. Working with their peers and leading other youth will give them the real world experience of project management, team dynamics, and program delivery.

It will give them an opportunity to mindfully reflect on their experience and apply the lessons learned to their next experience. Each activity is designed to build on skills learned in the previous one, to build skill mastery, understanding, confidence and resilience.

Week One: LITs will take a field trip to challenge themselves on a high ropes course. They’ll return to Tyler that evening and camp out on-site (Wednesday to Thursday).

Week Two: LITs will take an off-site overnight field trip to explore new places and develop their camping skills (Thursday to Friday).

Week Three: LITs will test their new skills with a survival camp out in Tyler’s natural lands (Thursday to Friday). Three-week session, full-day program (16-17 year olds) Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Fee: Members: $1,250 (for a three-week session); non-members: $1,400 Campers should bring a mid-morning snack and a packed lunch. Dinner and breakfast are provided during overnights. Each camp session includes an off-site field trip with on-site overnight (week one), an off-site field trip with overnight (week two) and on-site overnight (week three).

Through these memorable experiences, campers will form bonds with friends and develop important life skills and values that they will carry with them through the rest of their lives.

Session 1: July 10–July 28 (Monday–Friday only)

Session 2: July 31–August 18 (Monday–Friday only)

Eligibility Requirements:

1. Must be age 16 or 17, on June 25, 2017.
2. Must be able to commit to the entire camp session of three weeks.
3. In order to provide a cohesive and consistent experience for you and your teammates, you must be able to attend camp each day of the session, if you are unable to attend for the entire session, please choose a different session. You may apply and attend both sessions.

Forms

PLEASE NOTE: It’s important that parents and guardians download and read the paperwork listed below. A completed Camper Information & Health Form is required for every camper.

With the exception of the Leaders in Training program, you can register for all camps via our online registration system.

The process is quick and secure and we accept MasterCard, VISA, Discover Card, and American Express. If you prefer to pay by check, please download, complete, and mail the registration form, which you can find here. 

Mail this form, with your check to:

Tyler Arboretum Summer Camp
515 Painter Road Media, PA 19063

Please make checks payable to: Tyler Arboretum.

Please note, the quickest way to register and secure your camp slot is by registering online using the link in the camp description above. Camper Information & Health FormParent GuideLeaders in Training (LIT) ApplicationRegistration Form (If not using online registration, or if you wish to pay by check.) All registrations for 2017′s camp are allocated on a first come, first served basis. We process applications as they are received. Spaces fill quickly and our camps always sell out.

Be sure to register your spot early!

Extended Care

Extended Care Extend your camp day with before and after care.

Register online at any time up to the Thursday before each camp week. After that, please contact:
Joanne Landau jlandau@tylerarboretum.org, 610-566-9134, ext. 303.
Liz Hornbach, lhornbach@tylerarboretum.org, 610-566-9134, ext. 302. (or ext. 202 from June 26-August 18, 2017)

Payment must be made in full at time of registration, and pre-registration is required. Extended care is not available for Tiny Trackers. Before Care (8-9 a.m.): $10 per camper, per day. Or $50 per week After Care (3-5 p.m.): $15 per camper, per day. Or $75 per week.

Sign up By the Week

Need care for the whole week, choose your dates here. (click individual links to register for morning and/or afternoon sessions).

Explorer Campers Sign Up Here for Weekly Care:

Naturalist/Adventurer/LIT Campers Sign Up Here for Weekly Care:

Thursday Afternoon and Friday Morning are included with the overnight.

Sign up By the Day

Need care for the just a few days, choose your dates here.(click individual links to register for morning and/or afternoon sessions).

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
June 26
June 27
June 28
June 29
June 30

After Care (3-5 p.m.)
June 26
June 27
June 28
June 29
June 30

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
July 5
July 6
July 7

After Care (3-5 p.m.)
July 5
July 6
July 7

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
July 10
July 11
July 12
July 13
July 14

After Care (3-5 p.m.)
July 10
July 11
July 12
July 13
July 14

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
July 17
July 18
July 19
July 20
July 21

After Care (3-5 p.m.)
July 17
July 18
July 19
July 20
July 21

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
July 24
July 25
July 26
July 27
July 28

After Care (3-5 p.m.)
July 24
July 25
July 26
July 27
July 28

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
July 31
August 1
August 2
August 3
August 4

After Care (3-5 p.m.)
July 31
August 1
August 2
August 3
August 4

Before Care (8-9 a.m.)
August 7
August 8
August 9
August 10
August 11


What’s New for 2017! 

A Great Camp, Now Made Even Better.

More Staff!

We are expanding our staff to give your children the best possible camp experience, as they explore the marvel of the natural world, and discover their place within it! This year, your children will enjoy the personal attention of a 1:4 ratio of staff to camper, ensuring unparalleled enrichment and fun! Double the Counselors, Double the Fun! We’ve doubled the number of counselors with each group to help your children grow and have a camp experience like never before! Your children will have even more personalized attention to help them explore the great outdoors, develop confidence and make new friends.

To view the Camp Brochure, click here.

More Enrichment with an Additional Nature Specialist Tyler has always offered excellent programming that encourages your children to discover the natural world. This year we are adding another Nature Specialist to allow your children to spend more time with expert naturalists, and dive deep into our beautiful landscapes and ecosystems with fun activities and exploration designed to help them experience nature in meaningful ways.

Assistant Camp Director This new role within the camp will support the daily needs of campers, and offer better communication with parents every day. Joining us year-round, our assistant camp director will also manage our scouting programs, eco-birthday parties, and school field trips.

Expanded Programs!

Ready…Set…Color Wars! A week like never before! During this patriotic mini-week (July 5-7) we’ll break the entire camp into three teams, to compete in a series of games, races, challenges and hunts. Spend the week with campers of other ages to earn points in a variety of messy, silly, wild, and funny challenges. Bring your patriotic colors and your team spirit and join the summer madness! See individual age groups for more information.

Expanding Middle School and High School Programs You’ve asked, and we’ve answered! We’re now offering more programs for Naturalist (11-13) and Adventurer (13-15) age groups. Naturalists will run every week this summer, and some weeks we offer two groups … that’s double the kids! Adventurers will expand to 5 weeks this summer with amazing trips and overnight experiences.

To download a PDF of the Camp Brochure, click here.

Leaders in Training (LIT) program We’re excited to introduce Tyler’s first ever leadership training program, designed for ages 16-17. These three-week sessions will help teens develop leadership skills while having a blast swinging from trees in high adventure activates, and surviving in the woods with their newly developed outdoor skills. By working in groups, and individually, Leaders in Training will conceptualize, plan and implement small and large-scale activities, to be delivered to the rest of the camp community. Through these exercises Leaders in Training will learn important planning and management skills. Teens will walk away from this three-week experience with confidence, leadership skills and awesome new friends.

To download the application form, click here.

Better Options!

Extended Care Customize extended care to fit your individual needs. Before and after care are now separate so that you can pay for mornings or afternoons, or both. Select individual days, or the entire week. Register only for the blocks you need on the days you need them. Registration is now available online so you can sign up when it’s convenient for you!

If you have questions about camp registration, please call Joanne: 610-566-9134, ext. 303.

If you have other questions about camp, please call Liz: 610-566-9134 ext. 302. (or ext. 202 from June 26-August 18, 2017)

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