The best camp for your grandchildren

Share Button

 

Camp1--Bristol, RI. Friday, July 13, 2007. The children do a dance holding the special masks. Children at Linden Place summer camp in Bristol will be doing a show "Broadway Rocks"in one of the skits they will be using masks created by students at Mt. Hope High School that illustrate characters in the play Wicked. Journal photo by Kathy Borchers

Camp1–Bristol, RI. Friday, July 13, 2007. The children do a dance holding the special masks. Children at Linden Place summer camp in Bristol will be doing a show “Broadway Rocks”in one of the skits they will be using masks created by students at Mt. Hope High School that illustrate characters in the play Wicked. Journal photo by Kathy Borchers

Registration is now taking place for Linden Place’s Summer Arts Camp for Kids. This weekday creative camp is for camper’s ages 6-12 and takes place on the beautiful, historic grounds of Linden Place Mansion in Bristol, Rhode Island. Each day is filled with creative fun from 9:00 am until 2:45 pm. Campers participate in a variety of activities from costume making to games on the Mansion grounds, from arts and crafts to writing and singing music, and to playmaking and creating dances. Each one-week session ends with a performance staged by campers for friends and family to enjoy!

 

There are two one-week sessions, each arranged around a different theme. Week one (July 10-14) is “Stars & Stripes”, a patriotic theme followed by Week two (July 24-28) theme of “South Pacific & the High Seas”. Parents can register their children for one week or both weeks of camp. Registration is $225 per student per week, which also includes a Linden Place Camp T-shirt. Linden Place members receive a $25 discount per child!

 

To register, please visit our website www.lindenplace.org or call the office at 401-253-0390.

*              *              *

Friends of Linden Place is a non-profit organization responsible for the restoration and preservation of the historic house museum at 500 Hope Street in Bristol, Rhode Island, and for the promotion of cultural, artistic, and education programs in the community. The mansion and grounds are open to the public from May to October, during the holiday season, and also by appointment.

Speak Your Mind

*