2013 marks the Harris Center’s 38th year of providing kids with hands-on, adventuresome experiences in the natural world. Our summer youth programs offer fun outdoor explorations for kids in pre-school through 8th grade, and there are lots of great adventures to be had in winter too!
Summer Youth Programs
2013 summer youth programs are scheduled for the following dates:
Session I (4 year olds): July 8 – 12
Session II (5 year olds): July 15 – 19
Wol’s Nest (Grades 1 through 5)
Session I: July 8 – 19
Session II: July 22 -26
Session III: July 29 – August 2
Voyagers (Grades 5 through 7)
July 15 – 19
Spoonwood Adventure (Grades 6 through 8)
July 23 – 27
White Mountain Wanderers (new in 2013!) (Grades 5 through 8)
July 8 – 11
For full details on any of these summer experiences for kids, download the 2013 Harris Center Summer Youth Program brochure here. To register, fill out this registration form and mail it with a non-refundable deposit of $50 per child, per session to: Harris Center Summer Programs, 83 King’s Highway, Hancock, NH, 03449. Questions? Contact Sara LeFebvre at email@example.com or (603) 525-3394.
Looking for a way for your kids to stay active during February break? Join us for Winter Wol’s Nest at the Harris Center — we’ll make nature-inspired crafts, play games, and go snowshoeing, tracking, fort building, and hiking in the wintry fields and forests surrounding the Harris Center. Don’t forget your mittens!
Winter Wol’s Nest is over for 2013. For more information on future winter adventures, contact Camp Director Jenn Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 525-3394.
I have never felt so happy to leave my son in the hands of other people as I do dropping him off at Wol’s Nest. The world is a better place because of the Harris Center and all its programs. – A camp parent