This year Harmony Camp will be July 17-21, 2017, and the theme will be “Take Flight.”
Harmony Camp 2017 registration is full and is now closed. Thanks to all families who have registered.
Every summer, Harmony Camp provides children who are currently in kindergarten through fifth grades a five-day camp that encourages respect for self, others, and all living things. At the heart of Harmony Camp is one of the Unitarian Universalist seven principles:
“Justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.”
Past Harmony Camp weeks have included a variety of enriching activities, including drumming, Native American crafts, visiting the elderly at Harbor Chase, oral history projects, Zumba, pet therapy, yoga, drama, and storytelling.
Harmony Camp is staffed by volunteers from the congregation, with additional staff providing specialized programs and action-oriented games. Costs for the camp are kept modest to make camp fees accessible for most families. Some scholarships are available for families in need.
In the words of two veteran campers, “Harmony Camp isn’t just an ordinary camp. It’s a camp where all kids can have fun and where kids can learn about Native Americans, gardening, other cultures, other religions, and other peoples.”