Goooooood morning, friends! It’s a wonderful, sunny morning in the Valley! And I’m Humming Bird, here to tell you ALL about our BEAUTIFUL night of…………………………………. BAZZINGA!
What is Bazzinga, Humming Bird? Well, let me tell you! Bazzinga is an exciting evening program that involves switcheroos, new and exciting activities, and hilarity galore! During Evening Meeting our campers all closed their eyes, and on the count of three everyone yelled “BAZZINGA!!” really really loud. When the campers opened their eyes once again, they had DIFFERENT COUNSELORS! Whaaaaaaat!?!?!?!? It was craaaaazy! Cabins ate dinner with their new counselors, and then went with them to their eveninng program activities! We had Man Hunt (LCH, Avalon and Loons), Capture the Flag (Gimme Shelter, Atlantis, Treasure Island, and Forbidden Planet), Newspaper Fashion Show (Wombles, Down Under, Paquatahnee, French Quarter and Wabanaki), and a Late Night Talk Show of improv games (Shangri-La, Valhalla, Camelot, Fiddler’s Green, Taj Mahal and Halley’s Comet)! At the end of the night, we all gathered in the Rec Hall, and campers were once again reunited with their original counselors! It was SO much fun– check out the photos!
But even BEFORE Bazzinga started– way back before the big switch– we had an extra long Meeting…. why, do you ask?? Well, we had to taste test some BABY FOOD!!!!! Check out pictures from all the antics and disgusting mooshy gooey gloopy-ness! It was amazing! We had two camper rounds and one counselor round. Everyone was blindfolded and fed babyfood, and they had to guess the flavor (which the audience knew, of course!) It was gross. And amazing. And disgusting. And wonderful! Who got the big spoons? Check the photos to find out! And you’ll see that poor Kev the counselor got slimed with a whole BUCKET of baby food!! Have your campers tell you all about it!
Now it’s a brand new day, and what a day it is! It’s the LAST day of our FIRST round of CLASSES!! You know what that means…. tonight is Sharing Night! All our performance-based classes (and some not-performance-based classes) will get on stage and show the camp what they’ve been working on for the past two weeks! I’ll be sure to tell you all about it and show you the pictures– our campers and counselors have been working really hard to put this show together! I personally can’t wait to hear the acapella class’s work!! Stay tuned for more on that.
Until then, we’ll all be mozying around camp, checking out all the candy wrappers and pictures that the AWACs left for us to find… Forecast looks bleak for today, but I can see candy schvitz on the horizon, folks!! Keep your eyes peeled, and your pillowcases open!!
I’m off to check the candy wrappers and see if the AWACs left any treats for me 🙂