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WEEKLY HALF DAY PROGRAM 9:30a - 12:30p
in CAMP MoCA 2023 REGISTRATION
HALF DAY 2023 Summer Camp MoCA
with Isabelle Camillo
Join us for a week or more at Camp MoCA this summer! Camp MoCA 2023 Season begins the week of June 5th through the week of August 21st. Camper Exhibition, Sunday, August 27th!
- HALF Day Program 9:30am - 12:30pm M-F
- All campers are required to purchase a 2023 Camp MoCA T-shirt during checkout. T-shirts will be distributed on the first day of camp.
**All campers must be potty trained**
Each week of Camp MoCA will offer art activities, hands-on agricultural lessons, and tons of indoor and outdoor fun. Camp MoCA Westport is led by certified art educators & CPR/First Aid-certified camp counselors.
Camp MoCA Westport is a fully-accredited youth camp held both indoors in our spacious, air-conditioned classrooms and outdoors (weather-permitting).
**75% of tuition is refundable up until May 31st, 2023. Tuition is non-refundable on or after June 1, 2023.
On a typical day campers will move through an art lessons, immersive exhibition time, a science lesson in our working garden, time to play outside, and time to relax with calm structured activities. We have specific plans to diversify instruction to meet the developmental needs of our campers and we have special activities on some days when they have water play, ice cream and dance parties along with an informal camper talent show. We have a maximum of 24 campers – 2-3 instructors and 2-4 counselors on site at all times along with a Camp Director. Campers bring with them nut-free snacks, lunch and a water bottle.
Camp MoCA is the perfect opportunity for parents to give their children a summer experience that they will never forget. Our camp is fully accredited, which means that parents can rest assured that their children are in good hands. We are committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for all of our campers.
All families and friends will be invited to celebrate their camper’s artwork on Sunday, August 27th at our first annual Camper Art Exhibition focused on the themes of Self, Family and Relationship to Community.