A Y.O.U. Service Project, Kids Camp is a 4-day, 3-night communion with Spirit. The teenage counselors volunteer and pay their own registration to attend. This event is created, planned, facilitated, and supervised by YOUers (ages 15 to 18 years old) from regional ministries. At camp, teens become “parents” to their campers providing all daily structure and are supported by a team of adults. Activities include large group funshops, small family groups, singing, meditation, swimming, walking, games and prayers.
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Family Movie Nights
July 12, 26, August 8, 23 | 6:00p | Facilitated by Lisa Petrich and Karen Reddick
Come! Grab a cushion, bring a blanket, fill your popcorn bag and kick back with the whole family!
Movie titles coming soon!
Doors open at 5:30p, movie starts at 6:00p. This event is free to attend!
Creative Kids Summer Music Camp
July 15-19, 2019 | Facilitated by Lisa Petrich and Terri Charles
This summer camp’s focus is on Unity’s Five Principles along with creativity and musical expression. This is a performance camp that incorporates music and art to create a safe, lighthearted atmosphere where children feel free to express themselves.
When: July 15-19 9:00-4:30 (before and after hours available) Barbecue @ 4:30 p.m. Thursday; Performance following dinner.
Where: Unity of Olympia 1335 Fern Street SW, 98502
What to expect: Lots of singing, playing instruments, jam sessions, song writing, journaling, painting/crafts, freestyle dance, nature walks, performance preparation and more!
*Unity of Olympia is sponsoring this camp – however donations for support and supplies accepted. Lunch is not provided.
July 22 - 26, 2019 | Facilitated by Interfaith Works
Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
An interfaith summer day camp open for children of any faith going into grades 2-6.
This year’s camp theme is exploring what each religion has to say about how we treat the stranger amongst us. While our immediate reaction might be to avoid strangers, how does this mesh with our religious traditions? We will look at teachings from several traditions and explore those stories and texts through art, music, play and activities designed to promote social justice in our community.
Teen assistants welcome. No cost. Donations gladly accepted.
For questions or registration materials contact Catherine Carmel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Temple Beth Hatfiloh
201 - 8th Ave SE; Olympia, WA 98501 Downtown near the library.