Traditional day camps will be in place for campers ages 5-13. The camps include group games, outdoor exploration, arts and crafts and indoor learning experiences. Swimming will not be included as an activity to allow for social distancing.
"Our qualified, trained counselors will lead activities that will help build your camper's self-confidence, develop their social skills, teach them teamwork, deepen their respect for others and build lasting friendships," read a passage in the camp guide.
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The Y aims to accommodate families by offering daily day camp instead of weekly sessions. That means families can choose to register their child for only one or two days or a full week of camp.
All Y facility members and program members are now able to register for daily camp here. Anyone with questions can contact their branch here.
For more information about the day camp, view the 2020 Daily Day camp guide.