August 7-11, 2017 at Streamside Site in Lake Temescal Regional Park
9 AM – 5 PM or 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
We are more committed than ever to offering Chalice Camp II: Identity and Justice this year at the 15th annual East Bay Regional Chalice Camp — UU Summer Day Camp!
For registration and more information go to chalicecamp.org.
Sign up now and make your deposit to take advantage of the early bird discount.
Non-UU children will get a lot out of this curriculum, too, so do invite friends!
Campers are kids entering 1st-6th grades.
The camp is staffed by UU youth in middle and high school as Counselors and Counselors In Training. Laila Ibrahim and Rev. Sheri Prud’homme, Co-Directors.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s what some campers say about Chalice Camp:
“It’s really fun! You get to do a lot of cool activities.” – Orhan
“You make a lot of new friends.” – Evan
“It’s really fun and you learn a lot about Unitarian Universalism and the history of social justice in the United States. You get to make connections with all kinds of people of all ages.” – Aria
“There’s lots of games to play and things to do. Sometimes, if the water’s clear enough, you even get to go swimming in the lake” – Sadie