History and Art Camp at Greenwich Historical Society
Cos Cob, CT, February, 18, 2014—The Greenwich Historical Society’s History and Art Camp uses National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley Site and its staff, collections and archives to offer first through seventh graders a highly interactive summer experience with a wide variety of activities.
The first week immerses campers in the life of New England colonists during the American Revolution, while the second week explores the Cos Cob art colony and its relationship to Impressionist artwork inspired by the local landscape. Each week also includes a field trip and a family reception to showcase what campers have learned and created.
The program is staffed by experienced educators and counselors dedicated to providing an enriching camp experience. Additional activities are led by professional artists and historical reenactors.
Senior Historians (Grades 4-7) will take place during the weeks of July 7–11 and July 14–18, 2014.
Junior Historians (Grades 1-3) will be held during the weeks of July 21–25 and July 28–August 1, 2014.
Campers may opt for single-week sessions. Hours are from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm with some extended hours available.
Members and last year’s campers can guarantee last year’s tuition rates by registering before March 15th. General tuition is $700 for a two-week session and $450 for a single week.
The final deadline for camp registration is June 15th.
Scholarships are available.
For a full description of activities and to download a registration form, visit www.greenwichhistory.org/camp.php. For additional information or questions, contact Camp Director LoriBeth Talbot at 203-869-6899, Ext. 31 or email email@example.com.