CIC’s Youth Summer Camp has started!
Do you worry that your children will spend the summer isolated from the world outside of Indiana? Afraid they won’t get a chance to bond with other kids who are from different backgrounds or faiths? What if they don’t get to go fishing?
The first week of Summer Youth Camp is underway, but there are still a few spaces open for the second week, July 27-31. Register now!
If these are the sorts of things that you think about, the Youth Summer Camp offered by CIC and the Watch Club is for you. Youth Summer Camp is led by Keith and Brenda Turner, who have between them more than 20 years in positive youth development programs. Kids ages 7-13 will engage in fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from countries such as Korea, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan, and Japan. They’ll introduce different cultural themes such as learning simple greetings and writing one’s name in five languages.
And there’s more! Campers will see artwork from the countries they are studying in the galleries of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. They’ll explore the outdoor Art Park, tour Butler University, take nature hikes, and go fishing.