Camp Schedule

Every day at Ravens Run is special because there is so much to do!  There is a different schedule each day.

Check out this page during camp, as we will update you on exciting activities and everything you need to know about the upcoming week.  The current camp schedule will also be posted here.

Click here to see our current schedule for August 2nd-6th

Session 2 of camp is going so quickly. Over the past two weeks, the campers have been painting, drawing, sculpting, dancing, creating stop-action motion movies, using the pottery wheels, tie dying, printing, playing theatre games, taking photos and making new friends.  Most of all, they have just been having fun being kids and having the opportunity to express their creativity!  This week we will focus on completing projects.
On Thursday, we will be having a small showcase at camp.  Each group will perform a short dance and/or theatre piece. The performances will be outdoors and each camper may have one adult guest, no siblings, please.  All guests must wear masks. We regret that we can’t have our usual large performance, but we are excited to share a small glimpse of camp with you. You will also be able to take all of your campers’ artwork home after the performance.  Please bring some shopping bags or boxes to safely carry everything home. Camper photos by photographer Kristina Gibbs will be available for purchase for $10 and benefit our scholarship fund. In the event of rain, the showcase will be cancelled and we will videotape it.
The schedule is:
9:30-10:00 Group 1
10:15-10:45 Group 2
11:00-11:30 Group 4
12:45-1:15 Group 3
1:30-2:00 Group 5
2:00-2:30 Group 6
On Friday we will have our tradition EMPTY BOWL BREAKFAST at camp where the campers eat out of the cereal bowls that we made in ceramics. We will “fill the campers bowls” with cereal and milk and we ask you “help us to fill the bowls of others” by bringing in some food donations for Fisherman’s Mark, the food bank in Lambertville.  

Also on Friday, we will have a carnival with games including a water-feature.  If your child wishes to get wet, please send them to camp in a bathing suit with a towel and a change of dry clothes.