Camp Fun City

kellyKelly Maxwell
Camp Fun City
P 413.739.6951 Ext 2155
E kmaxwell@springfieldy.org

 

2017 Registration Form
An updated physical and immunization forms are due at time of registration.
2017 Authorization of Medications
Physical Form

CAMP HOURS:
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
BREAKFAST CLUB HOURS:
6:00 am – 7:30 am
PRE CAMP:
7:30 am – 9:00 am
POST CAMP:
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm


A one-time Facility Maintenance Fee of $10.00 will be charged to each camper upon their initial registration. The fee will go the general up keep of the camp property, which in turns helps to keep program fees down.

Camp Fun City  will utilize the Downtown Springfield Family Center at 275 Chestnut Street including the classrooms, Buxton studio, gymnasium, outdoor play spaces, pool and local parks. Weekly field trips and specialty choices will allow the campers to visit local water parks, beaches, local attractions and more.

Camp Fun City has a wolf theme!

Timber Wolves (Ages 6-8):
Our more experienced campers will enjoy new challenges and new excitement. Emphasis in this unit is on increased self-confidence, encouraging others, responsibility, and cooperation within the group team.

Grey Wolves (Ages 9-12):
This unit features a specially designed program for our oldest .The camp day is filled with specialized activities that are designed to be progressive and challenging, as well as fun and entertaining to the Grey Wolves.

Each session at Camp Fun City  offers a different specialty option (or mini-camp) in the morning and a traditional camp experience in the afternoon. Campers are grouped according to age and activity choices. Campers remain with their counselors throughout the day.

Typical day
7:00-9:00
Arrival and pre-camp activities
9:00-9:30
Morning announcements/welcome/singing/group checks
9:30-12:00   Specialty mini-camps
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 2:00   All Camp Enrichment
2:00 – 3:45   Activity Choice
3:45 – 4:00   Wrap up/Camp closing

MINI CAMP – Specialty options at Camp Fun City
Each session at Camp Fun City  offers a different specialty option (or mini-camp) in the morning and a traditional camp experience in the afternoon. Campers are grouped according to age and activity choices. Campers remain with their counselors throughout the second half of the day.

Wet & Wild: Do you love the water? Wet & wild will offer a daily opportunity to get wet!  Visit area water slides, water parks, beaches and swim in the pool. Learn the basics of swimming and water safety all while keeping it cool in the summer!

Dance: Turn up that spotlight! Flash mobs, group dance routines and sing alongs! Dance and sing to your favorite movie and television music. Learn all the current dance moves and routines! Put on performances to “wow” your families and friends.

Sci-Madness: This camp promises to be explosive, electrifying and fun! Get excited to be in Science Madness Camp! Create crazy experiments like Gak, Goop and Slime, and some edible fun along the way! Trips to the science museum and other out of this world places will make your inner MAD scientist crazy with excitement.

PC/Video Games: Are you a gamer? Do you love technology? If so, then have we got a camp for you. In PC/Video games you’ll be able to play some of the latest video games, consoles and tablets right at camp. Learn how PCs work and what makes them tick. Build your own PC and watch it hum! With visits to area arcades and a visit from the arcade bus, you can get your technology fill all summer long!

Planes, Trains & Outer Space: Create, build and explore anything from helicopter drones, to race cars, boats and rocket ships. Campers will focus primarily on field trips to museums around New England! See real vehicles from the past, present and the future! Campers will build, design and create as well as explore all there is to do with planes, trains and spaceships!

Arts & Crafts: Craft a creation! This unique, hands-on camp introduces young artists to a variety of art media that may include drawing, painting, clay creations, plaster of Paris, paper mache and more! Please send campers in appropriate clothing or with a smock to allow for freedom of expression.


 


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