Camps

Camp_Kaleidoscope_square_logoKALEIDOSCOPE CULTURE CAMP

July 10 – 14th 2017

Kaleidoscope Culture Camp is for children that joined their families through adoption or foster care, their siblings and their parents.

This year we are offering 4 home-culture camp programs:  African American, Chinese, Eastern European and Latin American.  These programs are designed for children entering Kindergarten through 6th grade in the fall of 2015.   Children will be divided into groups by age and will participate in cultural experiences that may involve: language, food, dance, song, folklore, traditions, architecture, and exploring the people/land/animals of their homeland.

We have developed a new program for pre-teens and teens last summer.   It was a great success!  Campers entering grades 7th through 10th will be eligible for this new program (ages 12 – 15).  Pre-teens / teens will spend the morning in the teen camp and the afternoon back in their home camps.  For those pre-teens / teens that would prefer, they may remain in their home culture camps for the entire day.

We also offer a program for younger childrenSafari is for pre-school age children, typically 3 and 4 year olds.  Safari resembles a modified pre-school program, which includes cultural activities and games.  Safari’s enrollment is limited to families with an older child enrolled in one of our other programs and where a parent volunteers at camp for the week.

For more detailed information:  https://www.facebook.com/kaleidoscopeculturecamp or http://kaleidoscopeculturecamp.com/

 


CAMP PRIDE KOREA

A culture day camp for Korean adoptees and their siblings.  Classes are offered for children 4 years old through 12th grade.

THE PURPOSE OF CAMP PRIDE KOREA is to:

  • Develop awareness, understanding and appreciation of Korean culture
  • Develop awareness and appreciation of the contributions of Korean culture to our past and present society
  • To enhance self-esteem as a member of an adoptive family
  • To provide a friendly, supportive, happy atmosphere for all participants

If you have questions concerning CAMP PRIDE KOREA, please contact Beth McCullough or Michelle Johns at camppridekorea@caffa.org.

You can also contact and follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CPKAdoptionCultureCamp/