Spaces still available at Cumberland’s Forest Stories Summer Arts Camp

Three-week day camp begins July 16

Last call for Forest Stories Summer Arts Camp!

From July 16-2​7 (9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily, Monday to Friday) kids 7-12 have the opportunity to be part of an exciting new Forest Stories Summer Arts Camp presented by the Cumberland Forest, Elevate and the Convoy Club in the Village of Cumberland.

Kids will take part in daily forest exploration, storytelling, community building skills and the development of an original theatre production connected to themes of the forest and nature. Based out of the Cumberland Masonic Hall, #6 Park and the Cumberland Forest. Special evening events during the ​week open to participants and their families.​

Excellent child-to-facilitator ratios, guest workshops, high quality programming and lots of fun too with breaks for play in local forests, playgrounds and waterpark. $180/week. There’s also a 50 per cent subsidy from Elevate available for up to four participants, upon request. To find out more, or to register email info@cumberlandforest.com

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