A time for families to enjoy campfires, hikes, cave tours, talent night, comedy night, swimming, our famous Wednesday candlelight dinners and much more. Parents: relax and enjoy 2.5 hours of programming from 9:30 to noon for children age 3 to 12 ($10 per child per day). Children’s programming is only during Family Weeks. Additional childcare can be arranged in advance for $5 per child per hour.
New family pricing on meals during Family Weeks this year! Unicamp is an affordable place for families to vacation and we offer great family discounts in our dining hall. Families taking meals get a 10% discount with their second child and subsequent children eat free. Meals for children under 5 continue to be free. Lunch and dinner will also include kid-friendly foods for picky eaters!
June 30-July 5
FAMILY WEEK ONE: ECOLOGY WEEK
Campers of all ages will explore the many ecosystems of Unicamp with naturalist Brian Calvert, outings director of the Peninsula Field Naturalists Club. Bring a helmet, old clothing and flashlight if you enjoy muddy cave tours. Bring instruments and ideas for a talent night. Games, riddles and geometric art for the kids. Adult discussions about climate change, voluntary simplicity, passive solar housing, and growing your own vegetables.
FAMILY WEEK TWO: ART WEEK
Artist-in-Residence Lauren Renzetti will provide free adult-based art programs in the mornings. Explore your psyche and parenting with meditative soul painting and altered books. In the afternoon or evening there will be all ages carving, rock painting, wood burning, nest ledge building and Mandela printmaking. Some projects will be installed at Unicamp to enrich our environment. Also this week: free programming by Michael Giel, a Second City Theatre alumni and actor in film and television. Drama workshops will be part of the morning program, including scene and improv exercises with themes like trust, energy, unity, respect, acceptance and awareness. Michael will also host our Tuesday Comedy Night and Thursday Talent Show.
FAMILY WEEK THREE: DRAMA WEEK
Free programming by Michael Giel, a Second City Theatre alumni and actor in film and television. Enjoy drama workshops as part of the morning program, including scene work and improv exercises which encompass themes like trust, energy, unity, respect, acceptance and awareness. Michael will also arrange our Tuesday Comedy Night and Thursday Talent Show and will offer free afternoon improv workshops to families and adults. This is also a special week for dog owners – bring your dog for a great week of fun and games! Contact admin for Dog Week conditions.