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Summer Camp

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**PLEASE NOTE – when registering online, you must pay for all weeks you register for upon checkout.  If you would prefer a different option, please contact the TTCC office.  Registering for a single week online does not automatically reserve your child’s spot for any further weeks.

TTCC Summer Day Camps Begin 6/26/17 and Camp Ends 8/18/17 (WOW camp runs 8/21-8/25)

Project PLAY for kids entering grades 1-4  
Project STREAMS for kids entering grades 4-6 (Kids entering grade 4 have the choice & kids entering 7th can attend for the last 2 weeks) 
Project KNOTS for kids entering grades 7 & 8 (6 week camp, ends 8/5 – kids entering 7th can attend STREAMS for the last 2 weeks)

Camp runs for 8 weeks and the cost is $80/camper/week (there is also a one-time $10 registration fee).  Camp runs 9am-4pm and we also offer before care (7-9am, $6/day) & after care (4-5:30pm, $4/day) for an additional fee.

WOW CAMP for kids entering grades 1-6 – 8/21-8/25, $100 for the week/camper.  A program brought to you by the TTCC & NLRA (separate / different from regular TTCC summer day camps)

CAMP TRIPS (tentative!)
* indicates overnight

WEEK PLAY STREAMS KNOTS
1 (6/26-6/30) Krazy Kids Lost River Chuckster’s
2 (7/3-7/7)
*no camp 7/4
Flume / Tram *Cranmore & Overnight at Lodge *Cog Railway &
overnight at Sugarloaf
3 (7/10-7/14) *Maine Wildlife Center &
Overnight at TTCC
Whale’s Tale Whale’s Tale
4 (7/17-7/21) Montshire Museum *Kinsman Falls, overnight at Moose Brook
& trip up Mt. Washington Auto Road
*AMC Hut Overnight
5 (7/24-7/28) Cinderella at Palace Theater Skyzone Candia Springs
6 (7/31-8/4) Whale’s Tale *Seacoast Science Center, Wallis Sands
& overnight at Pawtuckaway State Park
*Gunstock &
overnight at Lodge
7 (8/7-8/11) *Storyland & overnight at TTCC Hilltop Fun Center
8 (8/14-8/18) Cowabunga’s *Canobie Lake Park & Overnight at Lodge

 


PLAY

Director:  Gina Richford
Counselor:  Becky Norton
Counselor:  Julianne Marchand
Counselor:  Michael Doan
Counselor: Mikayla Royea
Counselor: Jessica Rule
Counselor: Abby Robison
Jr. Counselor: Wyatt Day
Jr. Counselor: Caroline Marchand
PLAY/STREAMS Sub:  Cullen Murphy

The PLAY camp incorporates Arts & Crafts, Outdoor Games and Activities, Special Events and Theme Days into its daily program.  Project PLAY meets at the Tapply-Thompson Community Center and uses Kelley Park for its outdoor activities.  Also included in the camp sessions are swimming, two overnights at the TTCC, weekly field trips and more!

Campers may pack their own lunches (no glass) or have the lunch that is provided.  Campers should also bring the following; swimsuit, towel, sweatshirt, bug spray, sunscreen, etc.  SNEAKERS must be worn, absolutely no sandals allowed at camp.

PLAY participants are dropped off at Kelley Park in the morning and picked up at the TTCC after camp.  In the event of inclement weather, pick up and drop off will both be at the TTCC.  Campers may not be dropped off before 9:00 am or picked up after 4:00 pm, as they will only be supervised between those hours.


STREAMS

Director:  Matt Pritchard
Assistant Director:  Thao Nguyen
Counselor:  Shawn Smith
Counselor:  Grace Page
Counselor:  Maddie Conkling
Counselor: Ashley Littlefield
Counselor: Cian Connor
Jr. Counselor: Riley Pierce
Jr. Counselor: James Rogers
PLAY/STREAMS Sub:  Cullen Murphy

STREAMS is an outdoor nature camp based at the Slim Baker Area.  An appreciation of the environment is stressed through activities which include outdoor games, hiking, camping, swimming, canoeing and more.  Also included in the camp sessions are sports, games, crafts, special events, themes, overnights, and awesome field trips.

Campers may pack their own lunches (no glass) or have the lunch that is provided.  Campers should also bring the following; swimsuit, towel, sweatshirt, bug spray, sunscreen, etc.  Sneakers or hiking boots must be worn, absolutely no sandals are allowed at camp.

STREAMS participants get dropped off and picked up at the Middle School.  In the event of inclement weather, drop off & pick up will be at the TTCC.  All campers must be dropped off no earlier than 9:00 am and picked up no later than 4:00 pm as they will only be supervised during  those  hours of camp.


KNOTS

Director:  Matt Seaver
Counselor:  Ethan Pruett
Counselor:  Bree Cummings
Counselor:  Zach Robison

KNOTS is a program designed for teenagers to continue their camp experience with challenging new activities and adventures.  This year KNOTS will be going on some “camp favorite” trips like Mount Washington & Whale’s Tale and will be re-visiting Gunstock and an AMC Hut! Hiking and Wellington trips will be regular parts of the schedule also.

Campers may pack their own lunches (no glass) or have the lunch that is provided.  Campers should also bring the following; swimsuit, towel, sweatshirt, bug spray, sunscreen, etc.  Sneakers or hiking boots must be worn, absolutely no sandals are allowed at camp unless otherwise specified by director.

KNOTS participants are dropped off and picked up at the Newfound Memorial Middle School.  All participants must be dropped off no earlier than 9:00 am, and picked up no later than 4:00 pm as they will only be supervised during  those  hours of camp.



WOW CAMP

The TTCC has partnered up again with Newfound Lake Region Association (NLRA) to offer an exciting week of camp!  We’re very pleased to bring back The Watershed Outdoor Week or “WOW” Camp.

WHEN:  8/21-8/25
FOR:  Kids entering grades 1-6
TIMES:  9am-4pm (before & after camp will also be offered)
COST:  $100

STAFF:  Gina Richford, Matt Pritchard, Zach Robison, Becky Norton & Jessica Rule

Tentative Schedule:
Monday 8/21—NLRA’s Grey Rocks Conservation Area in Hebron for hiking on the trails & boat rides
Tuesday 8/22—AMC Lodge at Cardigan for a day of activities with their naturalist.  Nature trail, indoor education & hiking
Wednesday 8/23—Wellington State Park for a day of activities at the beach including a boat trip to Cliff Island for a picnic on the island!
Thursday 8/24—Newfound Audubon Center, Paradise Point for a day of hiking with their naturalist, indoor education & canoe/kayak activities
Friday 8/25—Slim Baker Area for hiking on the trails, plus other indoor & outdoor activities

Space is limited!  Register online at www.ttccrec.org


BEFORE & AFTER CAMP

We have early hours (7-9am) & late hours (4-5:30pm) available each day for any parents who may need extended care.  Before Camp costs $6 per day & After Camp costs $4 per day.

FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH

The TTCC will again be offering free breakfast and lunch to all summer camp participants!  Breakfast will be served at the TTCC, downstairs between 8:30-9am each day.  Lunch will also be available on all camp days, served between 11:30am-12:30pm each day.  This program is provided to us through the  Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. Community Action Program.  This is a program of the USDA.  USDA is an equal opportunity provider.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

It is the desire of the Tapply-Thompson Community Center Board and staff to make our programs available to all youth in the community.  We realize there are times when paying for a program can be a hardship on a family.  We have created a scholarship application process to be used in these situations.  Contact the TTCC office for details…

It is the policy of the TTCC to charge a fee for camp programs for the express purpose of covering expenses.  It is also our hope that no area children be excluded from participating.  Hence, a scholarship fund and work exchange program have been established in lieu of total payment.  The TTCC tries to keep the cost at a minimum.  The cost of camp in 2017 will be $80/camper/week.

There is a $10 registration fee in addition to the weekly camp fee, which will be used to buy each camper a camp shirt.  The camp shirt will be required for the campers to wear on field trip days so we can keep a better watch on all the children.

Summer Camp Scholarship Fund

There are times that we have Summer Campers that are unable to afford the cost of Camp & Field Trips.  A fund has been established for the purpose of covering these costs in order for the youth to not miss out on these exciting opportunities.  If you would like to donate towards this fund, checks can be made payable to TTCC Camper Fund or on our website PayPal option.  If you make a donation through PayPal please send us an e-mail to let us know it is for this fund.

On behalf of the TTCC Staff & Campers we thank you!

QUESTIONS?!

Do not hesitate to contact the TTCC office at (603) 744-2713, or stop in while we are open!

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