Summer camp in Brooklyn. LDBA sets up camp in Williamsburg!

April 18, 2013


Sara here and it is ALL THINGS CAMP at LDBA!

Even though the weather isn’t quite warm enough yet here in Brooklyn, we are already thinking about SUMMER! New York City is full of fantastic things to do for you and your kids all year round, and especially in the Summer. L’Ecole des Beaux Arts in Brooklyn is pleased to announce the creation of LDBA/NYC Day Camp happening in July. Your kids will be chaperoned around the city as we explore SPACE, HISTORY, NATURE, ART and SCIENCE! Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind adventure! 

Monday- Thursday, 9am-3pm
July 8-11, July 15-18
$500 per week (sibling discount available)
LDBA will take your kids on a New York exploration! Activities and field trips include: Making seed bombs and Darwin Studies at McArren Park, exploring History and SPACE at the Natural History Museum and Planetarium, visiting the Natural Dye Garden and then learning how to Indigo dye at the Textile Arts Center in Brooklyn, and learning the fundamentals of arrow making and CHESS in the park with the pros! Price includes all Metro rides, Museum admissions, snacks, water, sunscreen and all artistic materials. Students bring their own lunch and a change of clothes. Waiver, registration form and details provided upon registration. Please register soon for the limited number of spots available!
Sign up HERE.

Also save the date in August for a LDBA Farm Camp in Massachusetts! Diner and Marlow & Sons co-founder Mark Firth has invited a limited amount of campers (ages 7-12) to his Farm near Great Barrington, MA, this August for a sleep away camp.(tentative dates are August 5-17). Campers will learn how to build fires, pitch tents, identify plants and mushrooms, tie knots, milk cows, feed chickens, tend bees, and so much more! Food will be supplied by surrounding organic farms (including milk and cheese from Blue Hill Farm!) We are still working out all of the details, but please contact LDBA if you are interested.

Posted by Sara Moffat, Motherburg Art Contributor

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