For many campers, summer is all about sports. If that's the case, you will be eager to meet Academy Camps at the Boston Camp Fair in February!
Academy Camps takes a modern, holistic approach to the sports camp experience. They combine expert sports-specific coaching with performance and wellness training, mindset and leadership development, and daily programming that includes traditional camp and adventure activities.
Their dynamic and engaging environment enables campers to dig deep, grow as athletes, and become better members of their community.
Academy Camps is conveniently located at Suffield Academy, which boasts state-of-the-art athletic facilities, modern dorms, and a beautiful 368 acre campus set in the heart of New England (Suffield, CT) conveniently located 2-hours from Boston.
Speak with representatives from Academy Camps at their Boston Camp Fair booth to learn more!
Camp Kingswood is truly one-of-a-kind. You will want to be sure you stop by their booth at the Boston Camp Fair in February!
Camp Kingswood takes their commitment to personal growth as seriously as they take their commitment to awe-inspiring excitement and fun. Their core values of courage, community, responsibility and spirit are a part of everything they do.
Located in the pristine lake region of Maine, at the base of the White Mountains, Camp Kingswood’s rustic location provides the perfect setting for 2nd through 12th graders to have an unplugged, authentic Jewish overnight camp experience steeped in fun, growth, and adventure.
Whether you join them for your first summer when you're 7 or 17, your family becomes part of the Camp Kingswood family for life. Come speak to Camp Kingswood representatives at their booth at the Boston Camp Fair!
The importance of summer learning cannot be overstated. Imajine That knows how important bridging the summer learning gap is, and they have created a wonderful solution to imaginative summer learning! Don't miss their booth at the Boston Camp Fair in February!
Imajine That has a Summer Academy for students in K-6th grade. They are a licensed program from the Department of Early Education and Care. They pride themselves in having the ability to support the families' and students' needs by offering skill-based learning that is fun and engaging.
Imajine That Summer Academy implements a hands-on interactive curriculum to support not only the students' academic skills, but also their socio-emotional development as well. Their curriculum integrates a comprehensive approach leveraging sciences from WGBH, Kinder Robotics, Math and Movement, and Mind in the making.
Learn more about Imajine That's summer program from their representatives at the Boston Camp Fair!
If getting outdoors is on your camper's agenda for summer 2023, look no further than Camp Chewonki! Be sure to stop by their booth at the Boston Camp Fair to hear about their adventurous programs.
Since 1915, Camp Chewonki has welcomed young people from all over the country to enjoy nature-based summer programming at their 400-acre coastal campus in Wiscasset, Maine. The also offer extended backcountry adventure trips focused on backpacking, canoeing, whitewater kayaking, and ocean kayaking throughout Maine and the Canada. Available to campers ages 8-14, Camp Chewonki's provides programs that are incredible for everyone.
Meet representatives from Camp Chewonki at the Boston Camp Fair in February - they can't wait to share more information about their program with you!
Summer at Powers Music School is the perfect place for kids to explore instruments, learn the foundations of music, and bring out the rhythm and song inside of them! You and your camper can learn all about this musical camp at the Boston Camp Fair!
Summer at Powers Music School offers two programs for those just starting their musical journeys (Kids Crescendo and Sound Safari) and three for more advanced students (Music on the Hill, Suzuki on the Hill, String Traditions).
Kids Crescendo (ages 5-11, CITs ages 13-15) is a 1 or 2-week immersive experience for kids to learn and understand music through movement, story, and song. Participants learn basic violin and keyboard skills, translate their energy into percussion, and showcase all they’ve learned in a final performance.
Sound Safari (ages 8-12) is a unique and fun 1-week exploration of a variety of different musical instruments and genres. This program is great choice for anyone hoping to try and decide on an instrument before the start of the school year!
Don't miss Summer at Powers Music School at the Boston Camp Fair this February - their representatives can't wait to speak with you!
If you are looking for a camp that offers a variety of program choices for your camper, you won't want to miss Branches at Meadowbrook at the Boston Camp Fair!
Branches at Meadowbrook has camps and programs for every child and every interest. They aspire for campers to have fun, learn, and play, living by the motto: the higher they climb, the more they see, and the stronger they grow.
Their program offerings can be categorized into five categories: Campers, Mazemakers, Explorers, Adventurers, and Leaders. Campers experience a traditional day camp with activity periods and swim lessons. Mazemakers is a community connections camp where participants guide their own journey through different courses, activities, and projects. Another option is Explorers, an academic discovery camp. Adventurers experience field trips all day, every day. Finally, Leaders - a counselor in training program for rising 9th and 10th graders - is an option.
Stop by the Branches at Meadowbrook booth at the Boston Camp Fair to speak to their representatives and learn more about their different program offerings!
Recently we shared some important questions to ask the camp director when you arrive at the Boston Camp Fair. Since the best Boston Summer Camps are committed to camper safety, we wanted to go a little more in depth here to share some questions you can ask the camp director about his or her safety procedures and protocols at camp.
Here are some safety questions you can ask a camp director when you get to the camp fair. (We suggest asking the same questions to all the different camp representatives you meet at the camp fair so you can compare answers):
The Boston Camp Fair takes place Saturday, February 11 from noon to 3pm at Artists for Humanity. Get your free tickets to this free, fun and informative event today.
Camps from Massachusetts and across the East Coast are exhibiting their programs at the Boston Camp Fair. But if you are considering choosing a summer camp in Boston proper, this could be your best choice!
Attending summer camp in Boston is an ideal choice for anyone looking to make the most of their summer. In Boston, you'll find a vibrant and exciting city with something for everyone. From the rich history and culture to the world-class universities and thriving sports scene, there's always something interesting and exciting happening in Boston.
But attending summer camp in Boston isn't just about experiencing the city's attractions – it's also about making new friends and creating lasting memories. At summer camp in Boston, you'll have the opportunity to meet new people and form lasting friendships with other campers who share your interests and passions.
And let's not forget about the educational and personal growth opportunities that come with attending summer camp. At summer camp in Boston, you'll have the chance to learn new skills, try new activities, and challenge yourself in ways you never thought possible. Whether you're interested in arts and crafts, sports, science, or any other area, there's a summer camp in Boston that can help you develop your interests and talents.
So why is attending a Boston Summer Camp the best? Because it's a unique and exciting opportunity to experience all that the city has to offer, make new friends, and grow as an individual. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity – come to the February 11 Boston Camp Fair to discover the Best Boston summer camps Boston today!
Attention all families with children interested in summer camps! The annual Boston Camp Fair is just around the corner.
Held on Saturday, February 11 from noon to 3pm at Artists for Humanity EpiCenter, the camp fair is a great opportunity for parents and kids to learn about various summer camp options in the area.
Over 40 different camps will be represented at the fair, offering information on their programs, activities, and facilities. Attendees can speak with camp representatives and ask any questions they may have.
In addition to the information booths, there will also be a variety of interactive activities for kids to participate in. These will include, face painting, arts and crafts projects and sample camp activities.
The camp fair is free and open to the public, so mark your calendars and don’t miss out on this exciting event. It’s a great way to get a head start on finding the perfect summer camp for your child. Get your free tickets to the camp fair here. See you February 11!
One of the things you'll enjoy the most when attending the Boston Camp Fair is the opportunity to meet summer camp owners and directors in person. It's the best way to meet the people who will be caring for your kids this summer, and this personal interaction will go a long way towards helping you find the best camp for your kids.
As a responsible parent, your job at the Camp Fair is to find out everything you can about each individual camp so you can make an informed decision. Here are a few potential questions you could ask the camp directors when visiting the different booths at the Boston Camp Fair:
These are just some suggestions to get you started. Ultimately, the specific questions you ask will depend on your individual concerns and priorities. It's important to ask any questions you have so that you can make an informed decision about whether the camp is a good fit for your child.
This blog is written by Abby Barber, owner of Barber Events and the Boston Camp Fair.