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ALL Girls and Families invited to Summer Camp Open Houses on May 5!


April 5, 2013

Girl Scouts of Connecticut is hosting fun open house events at all of its summer camps on Sunday, May 5 from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. The camps will be open for the public and families to attend and discover the exciting summer camp programs designed for all girls entering grades 1-12. The open houses will allow families to tour the facilities, meet with camp directors and staff members, and learn about camp life.

“Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s summer camp experience is a way for girls to learn more about the outdoors, make new friends, and participate in a wide variety of activities that suits their interests,” said Linda Bresky, Director of Outdoor Program. “Our summer camps are a safe, fun way for girls to discover their interests, connect with others to build healthy relationships, and take action to make the world a better place, while building their self-esteem and leadership abilities.”

Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s camps include:

Day Camps
An-Se-Ox, Oxford
Aspetuck, Weston
Carlson, Bristol
Candlewood, New Fairfield
Clatter Valley, New Milford (July 14, 2013; 4-6 p.m.)
Katoya, Milford
Laurel, Lebanon
Merrie-Wood, Manchester
Pattagansett, East Lyme

Resident Camps
Candlewood, New Fairfield
Laurel, Lebanon
Timber Trails, Tolland, MA

In addition to traditional arts & crafts, swimming, hiking, games, and nature walks, some Girl Scout camps also provide girls with horseback riding programs, our signature anti-bullying program Girlz R.U.L.E.®, sailing adventures, tennis clinics, science and technology activities, climbing wall challenges, summer reading programs, and canoe trips. A variety of specialty programs for every interest including cooking, theater, lifeguard training, and others are also offered at many of the camps. A complete listing of individual camp programs may be found on Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s website here.

For more information about the open houses and for directions to the camp sites, please call 800-922-2770 ext. 3313, or email camp@gsofct.org.


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