Summer Day Camp

Camp Wonder in Fairfield, will be offering an 8-week summer program for children ages 4-12, including age-appropriate activities for summer time fun. Led by well-qualified staff who are elementary education students or recent graduates, they will create a warm and nurturing play environment for campers to learn and grow. 

Beginning June 9, every Monday through Friday, children may attend oneweek at a time, or the entire summer. Camp hours are from 9-12 noon.

Early Bird Special deadline is May 21, offering a reduced rate of $99/week for all weeks attended, comparable to regular rate of $125/week. 

Located at Maharishi School’s Nature Explore Classroom, campers will enjoy swimming at the M.U.M. pool, outdoor sports and games, creative craft and nature projects, sing-a-longs, and adventurous field trips for the older children. These special camping experiences will help children build confidence, character and lasting friendships.

Summertime Dates: Beginning June 9 and continuing for 8 weeks

Summer Times: 9:00 am-12:00 noon

Summer Rates: $99 good until MAY 21 ONLY, After May 21, $125

****IF YOU SIGN UP PRIOR TO MAY 21****

Each week of summer camp will be discounted to $99

After May 21, the regular weekly rate is $125

Pay a $99 non-refundable deposit, which is applied to your child’s first week of camp. Every week after that you will pay only $99.

Afternoon child care available for $5/hour, 1:00-4:00 pm

DHS Approved

TO REGISTER

Contact Lucia Gracia, Camp Director for ages 4-8 at 352-792-2299 or

Samira Abdelrahman, Camp Director for ages 9-12 at 704-301-5094.

 

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