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School Aged Children

Want to try a family camp in the area? Stratford's summer camp puts the "grand" in "grandparenting." Three days of full-filled, educational activities offer a memorable family bonding experience while participants are re-living 18th-century life on a Virginia plantation. The myriad of hands-on experiences include looking for shark teeth fossils, fishing, and marching as the colonial Virginia militia. Children and adults alike enjoy playing music on a recorder, trying out a harpsichord and experiencing projects in the visual arts. Campers may try their hands at bricklaying, surveying, archeology, working the tobacco field and baking a pie in the open hearth kitchen and so much more.

This camp will be offered three times this summer: July 12-14, July 19-21 and August 2-4, 2011. The suggested child age is 1st grade completed through age 12.

Enrollment is limited to only 20 children plus their grandparents, so early registration is strongly recommended.
What previous campers say:

"One of the most meaningful and memorable experiences that I have ever had with my grandchildren."
"A special experience in a lovely place and time. . . a hidden jewel."
"Had a blast! I want to come next year and the next year until I can't come any more!"
To request a brochure/registration form or other camp information, contact Bill Doerken, Coordinator of Special Programs, at (804) 493-8038 ext. 1026 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To request a brochure/registration form or other camp information, contact Bill Doerken, Coordinator of Special Programs, at (804) 493-8038 ext. 1026 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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