Broader Horizons Day Camp
Camp for Middle School Girls, grades 6-8
Hathaway Brown's Broad Horizons camp has grown up! Girls in grades 6-8 are invited to join us for a summer of adventure and fun. We've taken our signature Broad Horizons experience and turned up the volume for Middle School girls who are ready to try new and exciting activities.
Grades: Girls grades 6-8
Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dates: June 10-July 19, 2019
Cost: $395/week ($237 July 1-3)
We want to meet your family's scheduling needs. Contact Camp Director Siva Grossman at 216.320.8085 or firstname.lastname@example.org for flexible scheduling details.
Campers bring their own bag lunches, swimsuits, sunscreen, and towels daily.
In addition to free swim and Friendship Circle each day, the schedule of experiences includes:
Be a Chef! (June 10-14)
Learn to be a chef! Master tools of cooking and baking, knife skills, measuring, chopping, mixing, teamwork, and safety of working in a kitchen. Explore a variety of ingredients, herbs and spices while creating a different meal each day. Monday-breakfast, Tuesday-snacks, Wednesday-lunch, Thursday-dinner, and Friday-dessert! By the end of the week, your camper will be able to create a full meal for family and friends. Led by Sherry Tanno, a.k.a. "Betty Buns", professional caterer and baker.
Fiber Arts (June 17-21)
Come and join us for a fiber-filled week of camp exploring a variety of fiber arts methods. Campers will learn and practice surface design techniques, knitting, weaving, sewing, and felting. We will experiment with different fibers and processes, creating unique artwork and gifts throughout the week. Led by Melissa Nilsen, Middle School art teacher at Hathaway Brown.
Summer Maker Camp (June 24-28)
The Summer Maker camp will allow campers to explore, design, build and share their inventions and creations in the HB IDEA Lab. Students will be introduced to the newest digital fabrication equipment such as 3D printers, laser engravers/cutters and CNC routers. Campers will create digital designs and build projects using various tools and equipment in the space while exploring the basics of design, engineering and hands-on learning. Campers will complete some projects to take home and share with their family and friends at the end of the five creative and innovating days of making! Led by Leah Jackson, Director of IDEA Lab and Center for Technology and Invention at Hathaway Brown, and HB student interns.
HBBH Camp (July 1-3)
Join the fun of Hathaway Brown Broad Horizons Camp for three days! Campers will enjoy a variety of eclectic activities during the day: music, art lanyard, friendship bracelets, improvisation, Shakespeare, small bites, wizarding, outside games everyday plus free swim and Friendship Circle.
Board Game Bonanza (July 8-12)
Build your own spaceship. Adventure to lands unknown. Explore lost cities. Join us for a week of Board Game Bonanza and try your hands at tons of different board games. Later in the week we will critique the games played, what works, what doesn't and we'll start brainstorming some ideas and select one to start developing our very own board game. Campers can collaborate or work on their own to create something that is truly unique. If you are a beginner or an expert, come enjoy and we will have a fun challenge for you. Game on! Led by Erica Alemdar, educator and board game enthusiast.
Conservation Station (July 15-19)
Find the extraordinary and come join us in exploring our amazing planet and its inhabitants. During the week campers will delve into the ideas about the environment and discover ways that we can be everyday heroes. Join us in the adventure. Led by Erica Alemdar.