I spent the whole day discovering the artistic spirit of Merrie Woode’s campers. First, I visited Jewelry, where I found campers making amazing photo holders out of copper wiring, beads, and rocks that they found around camp! I then ventured over to Stained Glass, where everyone is making beautiful wind chimes. The campers have learned to expertly and safely break and shape colored glass to hang off of fishing wire. The creations look gorgeous hanging in sunlight! After Stained Glass, I scampered to the Weaving Hut to check on the progress of campers’ lap looms, belt looms, and stools! I know that they will be excited to show off their creations back at home. Finally, I visited Sewing, where campers have sewed their own scrunchies! I love to see creations that can be worn around camp. What fun!
I was feeling full of folly in the afternoon, so I went to Landsports to run around a bit. What a good day to visit! They were playing Toequet, a soccer-sized version of croquet. It was such a blast!
Tonight’s Evening Program was The Castle Review, a variety show made up of all of the performing arts final shows! We saw phenomenal pieces from Contemporary, Jazz, Hip Hop, Tap, Ukulele, Guitar, Stage Combat, and Glee classes, as well as the performance of this session’s play Skippyjon Jones. It was so amazing to see what everyone has been working on this session!
Full of folly,