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Natural Awakenings Fairfield Cty/Housatonic Valley, CT

Waldorf Summer Fun

After a two year hiatus to accommodate campus improvements, the Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Summer camp is back! Waldorf Summer Camp is a day camp for boys and girls ages 3-12. Offering a full-day program with both before and aftercare, and a variety of quality activities and special events led by dedicated and talented educators, Waldorf will give your child summer days with the right balance of activities and relaxation -- filled with discovery, creativity, imagination, and the opportunity to simply "be a kid."

  Nourish your child's inherent connection to nature and enliven a sense of wonder! Our activities are old-fashioned, wholesome and healthy: singing, handcrafts, art, free play and nature exploration, with plenty of time to discover, create and imagine amongst woodlands, gardens and playgrounds in our much-loved camp. Other activities include organic cooking, gardening, watercolor painting, fencing, fort building, water play, and cooperative games. Healthy organic snacks are provided daily and campers will enjoy a lunch brought from home. We end each one-week session with a festival day full of fun, games and laughter. The afternoon extended-care program includes a snack and age-appropriate activities such as bread-baking, storytelling, puppet shows, cooking, gardening, clay modeling and more.

The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School is a fully accredited member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America and the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools. For more information on summer camp please call 203.364.9557 or email [email protected]. Visit

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