Penobscot Language School’s Culture Camp 2018

June 18-22 and June 25-29, 2018
Weekdays, 9-4 p.m.

Why Culture Camp?

At Penobscot Language School we believe that young people are the key to global understanding. Children will experience greater confidence in—and connection with—the world when exposed to languages and cultures other than their own.

A combination of activities designed to enhance and promote cultural awareness provides a setting for fostering cultural connections.

A Day at Culture Camp

A typical day at Culture Camp will be atypical!

CJ says "Culture camp was the best camp I've ever been to!"

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Children will “visit” a different culture each day through interactive games, activities, film, and art held in our facility, in our spacious backyard and at walkable, community locations.
Activities may include Japanese calligraphy, Mexican kite-making, and Russian egg painting. Children will create art and play games in the style of the culture of the day.

Lunch itself becomes a learning opportunity as children gather in our kid-friendly, state-of-the-art kitchen to make an ethnic, nutritious lunch. Speakers, demonstrations, mini field trips, sports, music and other events round out the days.

Who: Enrollment is for students who have completed second through eighth grade.
When: June 18-22 and June 25-29, 2018; weekdays, 9-4 p.m. Campers may register for one or both sessions.
Where: Spacious, modern and accommo-dating, our location at 28 Gay Street, Rock-land, Maine provides ample indoor and out-door space for activities.
What to bring: Students should bring a water bottle, healthy snack and a sense of adventure. Caregivers are responsible for transportation to and from camp. Camp enrollment fee includes lunch.
Cost: Culture camp is $195 per week per person. A $50 per week, non-refundable deposit is required to secure your child’s spot at camp. Limited scholarships are available. Please inquire.
Staff: Staff at Culture Camp are welcoming, engaging and fun and
include native-speaking personnel as well as assistants.