Happy Wednesday everyone!
Yesterday, we topped off a spectacularly scientific and splashy Lazy Day with Valley Fest Part I – our campers are so talented we had to devote another day to it – featuring a whopping 27 acts!! (37 total).
The incredible variety last night included several types of dancing and singing plus comedic bits of both the short and sweet and extended variety kinds – think brushing someone’s teeth with an eye-mask and imaginary card tricks. We can’t wait to see the rest in two days’ time!
Yesterday, Cabin Cleanups also occurred and accordingly, the welcome intrusion of our in-character Inspectors during Rest Period. This time, Danger and Danger were looking for somewhere to set-up camp and two individuals with an intense dust allergy (ah-choo!) a place to sleep for the night.
Following the memorable morning show from Mad Science, Pool Activities was a blast yesterday as usual. In the evening, campers from Community and Paquatahnee (plus friends) presented a short play about the importance of teamwork as well as a traditional Snake dance led by our friend and teacher John Bear Mitchell, a member of the Penobscot Nation from Indian Island in Maine.
Today, we’re kicking off our fourth day of classes!! That also means that some campers are starting new minis 🙂 Tonight, we’re looking ahead to Cabin Night – i.e. fun-filled quality time with our mini communities inside our big one.
VALLEY FEST (PART ONE)