August 16 - 23, 2014


Campers’ Week is pure magic. Young, old, and everyone in between attend as couples, singles and families. People who fell in love with dance and music just recently, others who have been doing this since the cradle. Together we make the woods ring with song, dance, music, stories and laughter from sun up ‘til the wee hours. Most of all, Campers’ Week is about YOU! Anyone can teach a class or workshop at Campers’ Week, or lead a song, play a tune, call a dance, tell a joke or story, host a party, share a skill . . . We start out with a basic schedule of classes offered by the talented staff, and then together we add to it, embellish it, improvise and surprise each other. Past camper-led sessions have included crafts, storytelling, instrumental workshops, jam sessions, sing-arounds, joke sessions, games, yoga, theater, collaborative construction projects, bird watching, swing, tango, morris, sword and every kind of dance you can imagine. No one knows exactly what to expect this year, because each Campers’ Week is unique.

The basic schedule includes one period each morning and afternoon when younger campers join with others their age for classes in music and dance, while the rest of us choose from dance, music, song, crafts and whatever else people dream up. Teens are welcome to join in adult activities, but also have a daily class of their own. Twice a day, the whole community gathers together to enjoy performances, dancing, singing, stories and silliness led by the campers and staff. After the evening gathering, there is an evening dance, where those not past their bedtimes can enjoy a lively combination of American and English social dances. After-dance activities include skit night, an auction, a “pub sing”, jamming, dancing and … [YOU fill in the blank!]

Campers’ Week offers a special opportunity to camper musicians, who form the bands for the evening dances and who have many chances to play for the varied daytime classes. Musicians at every level are welcome to join the Community Band and if you don’t play yet, maybe you’ll learn the basics from one of the many talented people who are happy to share their skills.

Love to sing? Join the Harmony Singing class or an informal song swap on the porch. Why not try a new dance form or craft. And of course, there are always games, swimming, boating, relaxing, and just chatting with new and old friends. Come be part of the joy that is Campers’ Week!


Program Director
Margaret Bary

Jeff Bary
Andy Davis
Arthur Davis
Robin Davis
Jan Elliott
Robin Hayden
Sarah Henry
Robin Kynoch
Will Mentor
Hannah Naiman
Kathy Reid-Naiman
Kathy Talvitie
Emily Troll


7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
Kids Classes
Adult Classes
10:00-10:15 Refreshments
10:15-11:00 All Camp Gathering with Jeff Bary
11:10-12:00 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
Morning Swim Time Classes
12:15 Lunch
Quiet Time Classes
Teen Class
Kids Classes
Adult Classes
3:30-4:20 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
Afternoon Swim Time Classes
4:00-4:20 Tea
Late Afternoon Classes
5:30 Play Party Games
6:00 Dinner
7:30-8:25 Evening Gathering with Andy Davis
8:00 Pied Piper/Bedtime for children 8 & younger
8:30-11:00 Evening Dance Party
9:20 Bedtime for 9-12 year olds
11:00 After-dance Activities
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