UBarU Summer Youth Camps- 2021


2021 Summer Youth camp dates: 

Primary camp A for kids ages 9-11 or rising grades 4-6th June 27-July 3, 2021
Intermediate camp A for kids age 12-14 or rising grades 7-9th July 5-10, 2021
Senior camp/ Reeb camp A for kids age 15-18 or rising grades 10th-2021 high school graduates July 11-17, 2021

May 12 update-  There are spots left in each camp at this time.  Primary (boys>girls spots), Intermediate (girls> boys spots) & a few left in Senior camp.  Once you register to the waitlist, I need to administratively register the camper for the session.    


 

Additional COVID precautions planned include pre-camp testing for non-vaccinated campers, mask wearing, physical distancing particularly during meal times with some meal serving modifications, cohorts of campers, reduced number of campers, shifting activities outdoors, temperature checks, no field trips and additional cleaning of high-touch surfaces.  

 

Within the confines of the precautions, we plan to offer many of the activities from camp in "normal times" like swimming, archery, community service, walking the labyrinth, camp meetings, games, crafts, worship and U-cubed (our RE-like time lead by the UU camp chaplain).   We will spend lots of time having FUN while we deepen our UU faith​!  

All meals and lodging are included from Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast.  Campers are to arrive beginning 4 p.m. on the Sunday of the first day of camp and will be ready to leave by 10:30 the Saturday of the last day of camp.  Please note that the Intermediate A week is planned to begin on Monday, July 5 and end on Saturday July 10th.  Campers can arrive on Monday after 4 p.m and camp will end on Saturday by 10:30 a.m.  (Price will be reduced accordingly). 

Scholarship applications will be accepted thru Active (see button below) through March 31, 2021.  Scholarship application fee of $115 will applied toward camp cost for your camper.  Typical family contribution is $215.00 for each camper.  Scholarships of varying amounts are given from UBarU Camp & Retreat Center based on congregational, cluster or other contribution and funds available.  Your home church (if applicable) is asked to match contributions from UBarU.  Ask your DRE, your minister, cluster and/or board president for support in sending youth to summer camp at UBarU.  Please contact director@ubaru.org with information about scholarship commitments from your local UU community as soon as they are made.  Once the funding has been established and communicated, your scholarship application can be converted by the UBarU director into a camp registration.  Please contact your home church about their support for your camper's experience.  

Email Robyn at director@ubaru.org with questions about camp, scholarship, or being an adult counselor, etc.  Thank you!  

 

 
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