Happy New Year from frosty Chewonki Neck! We’ve had a very special year and are grateful that we connected with so many of you. We can’t wait to see you this summer!
From The Camp Office
Some camp programs are already full. Please reach out to the Camp Office if you have any questions. If you have not enrolled for 2022 yet we recommend doing so as soon as possible.
Packing lists have been updated. Please reach out if you have any questions.
Stay Connected With The Camp Community
We hope you’re staying in touch with your mates from camp last summer. We love hearing from you too! Send us stories, drawings, photographs, poems. Tell us what you’ve been up to. Share a favorite memory of camp this summer. We may even publish them in the next newsletter. Connect at email@example.com.
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We hope you’re having a great winter. As the holiday season begins to wind down our thoughts turn to getting outside to enjoy winter activities. Wherever you live, there are plenty of ways to explore the outdoors and think about how the changing seasons impact where you live. One of our favorite adventures at Chewonki is identifying animal tracks. For areas that receive snowfall (like Maine) each new dusting provides a fresh opportunity to explore. Some other settings that are ideal for id’ing tracks are mud, sand, and soft garden soil. Remember that most of these animals are nocturnal. Therefore, first thing in the morning is a great time to look. We recommend that you do a quick internet search for id’ing animal tracks in the states where you live. You should be able to find lots of information, including printable charts to make comparisons. Have fun out there and keep in touch!
With best wishes from all your friends at Camp Chewonki!
The Camp Chewonki Team would like to invite you to participate in a Photo Contest. We will be sharing the submissions in our January Newsletter.
How it works:
1. Take a photo that represents one or more of the following categories (nature, craft, recipe, seasonal).
2. Upload Photo using the button below
~Photos must be submitted by a parent, guardian or individual 18 years or older
~Must agree to the Photography and User-Submitted Content Release
Learn about Winter Adaptations
Join Kyle Wosner, Science Educator for Chewonki’s Traveling Natural History Program, as he teaches us about Winter Adaptations in this 5 minute Video
Get crafty with Jessica Woodend, Science Educator for Chewonki’s Traveling Natural History Program, as she educates us on some winter animals while walking us through how to create them in Paper roll craft form (printout).
From the Kitchen
We serve Baked Oatmeal on a regular basis and it is a favorite. We’ve made it with frozen sliced peaches as well. It is particularly good with a dollop of farm yogurt! ~Susan