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Adventure Day Camp 2021: Hawthorne K-2nd Grade
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PriceCamp Deposit-not reflected in prices listed below: $25.00
Member Fee- Week 1: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 1: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 2: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 2: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 3: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 3: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 4: $124.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 4: $168.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 5: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 5: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 6: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 6: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 7: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 7: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 8: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 8: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 9: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 9: $210.00 If Non-member
Member Fee- Week 10: $155.00 If Member
Non-Member Fee- Week 10: $210.00 If Non-member
StatusOpen
AgesAt least 4 but less than 9
GenderCoed
Camp CategorySummer Camp
Age CategoryYouth
Registration dates Standard registration - Mar 16, 2021
   Members - Mar 2, 2021
By Internet - Mar 16, 2021
   Members - Mar 2, 2021
SeasonSummer 2021

Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 1: Adventure Awaits
DescriptionFind your tribe here at the Y, as you begin to make your way through summer camp 2021! We’ll explore the Y’s Core Values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility through engaging “get to know me” activities such as kickball, relay races, tie-dyeing team banners and more. This week will start summer off right by helping every camper to make friends, memories and fun!
DatesFrom June 14, 2021 to June 18, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
Facility--

Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 2: Bugs Life
DescriptionCome experience the great outdoors from a bug’s eye view. We’ll be crawling, sliding and hopping our way through a range of creepy crawly activities! We’ll be tangled in a web of enriching and fascinating adventures learning about microorganisms under a microscope, caterpillars, ladybugs, spiders, stick bugs & more!
DatesFrom June 21, 2021 to June 25, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 3: ARTASTIC!
DescriptionLet your creativity roar with hands-on art using all kinds of different mediums! Discover the depths of your imagination through drawing, painting, origami, Paper-Mache, tie-dye and music using materials such as; duct tape, felt, foam, clay and more! Get ready to have an ARTASTIC week!
DatesFrom June 28, 2021 to July 2, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 4: Kids with Capes!
DescriptionJoin us as we celebrate heroes! Enjoy a week of fun activities and great games, celebrating ALL HEROES from comic book heroes to local real-life heroes such as nurses, teachers, firefighters, ski patrollers and more. Come and help us save the word! (No Camp July 5th)
DatesFrom July 6, 2021 to July 9, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 5: Space Is the Place
DescriptionTo Infinity and Beyond! Campers will blast off this week with games to learn about space, try astronaut food and make rockets shoot into the sky. The week will be filled with art projects and science experiments to help us better understand the giant universe around us.
DatesFrom July 12, 2021 to July 16, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 6: Under the Sea
DescriptionHold your breath for a fun week of drip, drip, splash, sharks, octopi and other creatures under the sea. Come splash around with your friends for a wild, wet and water filled week. Campers have the opportunity to float a mellow stretch of the Yellowstone River guided by professionals at Montana Whitewater.
DatesFrom July 19, 2021 to July 23, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 7: Nerf Camp!
DescriptionCampers will participate in gun safety education and a variety of organized games and activities in a team focused environment using Nerf Blasters! We will have fun playing games such as freeze tag, capture the flag, target shooting and much more! Gun safety education will be provided by School Resource Officer Deputy Dan Mayland.
DatesFrom July 26, 2021 to July 30, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 8: Imagination Station
DescriptionThis week is all about inspiring campers to explore the fields of science, engineering and design while tapping into their creative potential and inventive spirit. Join us for our 6th annual Thingamajig competition. Campers will work on inventions throughout the week and will participate in an invention convention on Friday!
DatesFrom August 2, 2021 to August 6, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 9: Greens & Furry Things!
DescriptionJoin us for a week of wholesome yummy fun on the farm and in the garden! Campers will discover how plants, animals, soil and people work together to produce the food that we eat every day. Plus, we’ll learn what it means to be a good steward in this unique farming experience.
DatesFrom August 9, 2021 to August 13, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Open for registration
Session2021 Hawthorne K-2nd Wk 10: Camp Carnival
DescriptionCome one, come all, to the summer camp carnival! We’re designing, building and playing carnival games the last week of summer camp. You won’t want to rest during this one-of-a-kind fun fest!
DatesFrom August 16, 2021 to August 20, 2021
Times7:30am to 5:30pm
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Description
Welcome! Whether you choose one week or several weeks, our Adventure Day Camp fits your schedule and provides a safe environment for children to run, play, build self-esteem and encourages positive cooperation. Having the highest quality leadership staff is our greatest asset. All staff are carefully selected and background checked to ensure we have the best possible role models. All summer camp staff participates in an intensive training program and are CPR/1st Aid certified. Because kids today need camp experiences more than ever, your child will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities including swimming once a week, field trips, outside games and more that will help them discover new talents, gain independence, build confidence and create long-lasting friendships and memories but most importantly, have fun!

Parents have the option of enrolling their children in our K-2nd group or our 2nd-4th group. Parents know their children best; this age split will give our parents the opportunity to decide where they think their children will succeed based on development and camp experience.

Our K-2nd grade camps focus on youth development and learning through creativity, play, and exploration of our environment. All of our activities and trips are intentionally planned to promote physical, cognitive, and emotional/social development as well as provide them with memorable experiences and friendships that last a lifetime. All campers will have the opportunity to leave their site every day, swim, slip n’ slide on our giant slide and hike once during the week, visit multiple parks, and attend two field trips that relate to the weekly theme. Each camper will participate in arts & crafts, daily reading, games, singing, and a visit with our weekly STEM instructor. In light of the pandemic we are working on combating learning loss by providing time each week with licensed teachers that will teach the 4 Blocks curriculum that focuses on literacy through guided reading, self-selected reading and working with words. Each week provides campers with new themes and age-appropriate curriculum to keep our younger campers excited to come to camp, learning, and trying new things. Swim lessons are not included in this camp. All campers are swim tested. Those who cannot swim will be required to wear a life-jacket at all times while swimming. Parents are responsible for providing a life jacket.
** Hawthorne Camp will move to the Wilson School Gym for the last two weeks of camp.

June 14th-18th: Adventure Awaits
June 21st-25th: Bugs Life
June 28th-July 2nd: ARTASTIC!
July 6th-9th: Kids with Capes! (No Camp July 5th)
July 12th-16th: Space Is the Place
July 19th-23rd: Under the Sea
July 26th-30th: Nerf Camp!
August 2nd-6th: Imagination Station
August 9th-13th: Greens and Furry Things! - Location Wilson School Gym
August 16th-20th: Camp Carnival - Location Wilson School Gym


Breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack are provided. We are happy to accommodate any special dietary needs to the best of our ability. We ask for notice at least one week in advance of first scheduled camp date. Parents are also welcome to provide lunch & snacks from home, but camp price will not be discounted.

Campers should bring a mask/face covering, hand sanitizer and a water bottle each day and apply sunscreen prior to arriving at camp. Campers should bring sunscreen to apply throughout the day and should also pack a swimsuit and towel every day.

*Changes to programs may occur due to COVID-19. We will do our best to keep you informed as information is provided by our local Health Department and the Governor’s Office.

COVID-19 CANCELLATION POLICY: If the YMCA must cancel a program or camp due to COVID-19 circumstances, you will be notified and provided a full refund for unused camp days/weeks.


CANCELLATION POLICY: All cancellations must be made in writing or via email. For all Summer Camp Programs, cancellations must be made 2-weeks prior to the beginning of camp. A cancellation made 2-weeks prior to camp will receive a refund or credit minus the non-refundable/non-transferable $25 deposit. Cancellations made less that 2-weeks from the start of camp will forfeit the entire fee for camp. Payment of a payment plan must be set up at least 2-weeks before camp begins. If camp is not paid or a payment plan is not set up 2-weeks before camp begins, your child will not be able to attend camp and the balance owed will remain on account until paid. For all other YMCA Programs, cancellations made 48-hours prior to the program will receive a refund minus a $10 processing fee per person or a credit minus a $5 processing fee per person. Cancellations with less that a 48-hour notice, will forfeit the entire fee of the camp/program.
Send cancellations to: info@gallatinvalleyymca.org or mail to 3673 Love Lane, Bozeman MT 59718

*Special Needs- We are fully committed to the participation of all individuals in our programs, and will make every effort to meet your child's needs based on our available resources. Please contact Leah Weaver at 406-994-9622 to discuss possible options prior to registration.

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