Week 1 - Camp Sampler (June 19th- June 23rd)
Come and meet your favorite PMEC/Outdoor Discovery Counselors and get a sneak peak of camp. Every day this week will be a different theme day from the Outdoor Discovery weekly themes below. Please note, there is no field trip this week.
Week 2 - Trash to Treasure (June 26th - June 30th)
Learn how to use commonly discarded items and environmental materials to create beautiful pieces of art. Re-purpose items such as CD cases, yogurt containers, Popsicle sticks and more to create mosaics, birdhouses, etc.!
Week 3 - Holiday Fun (July 3rd - July 7th NO CAMP on the 4th)
Come and celebrate Halloween in July... and while we're at it, all the major holidays! We may even create some new ones.
Week 4 - Olympics (July 10th- July 14th)
Get ready to zoom through all the places on your travel bucket list! We will explore games and wildlife from different countries along with some Olympic style competitions! (Our field trip this week will be Field Day which is included with camp registration.)
Week 5 - Minute to Win It (July 17th -July 21st)
It's time to see how many rubber bands can be wrapped around a watermelon, or how many apples you can bob. This week is all about seeing what fun things can be done in a minute's worth of time!
Week 6 - The Big Top (July 24th- July 28th)
Come one, come all to the greatest show of the summer! We will make circus themed crafts to turn PMEC into a show-stopping event and end the week with a talent show.
Week 7 - H2-OH!! (July 31st - August 4th)
Campers will explore different types of wetlands in the Joe English Conservation Land and the wildlife that lives there. WARNING, you will get wet and muddy!!
Week 8 - Blow Up The Week! (August 7th - August 11th)
Campers come see what we can blow up or blast off! This week we will make rockets to blast off, water balloon fun and experiment with erupting soda bottles and so much more. Let's end summer camp with a big blow out!
Camp Counselor Staff
Many of our camp counselors are high school and college age students, and for many this is their first job. While we do lots of training on youth development, they are not professionals. Our staff to camper ratio is 1:10 and the camp is not equipped to provide one-on-one staffing for campers. Please be respectful to our camp counselor staff, and if you have any concerns, you can reach out to the Recreation Director.