Full Circle Summer Camp is on again and has expanded into many areas of creativity. It will be a week of learning and creating household products, folk and cultural crafts, painting, gardening, and we are adding baking yummy and healthy treats. Along with all this we will dabble in some fun outside play, science experiments such as the traditional camp favorite...slime making!
We have learned to keep good COVID protocol's and all campers will be masked. Also, we have space for 8 campers so we can spread out in our craft room and on sunny days we will be creating outside as well.
Dates Available: June 7th - 11th with a camp craft fair on Saturday June 8th, or July 12th - 16th, craft fair on July 17th. Both camps are Monday through Friday - 10 - 2pm.
Our craft fair theme this summer is Farmers, Food, and Community. Campers will make extra product during the week to sell their crafts and baked goods at the Saturday craft fair in front of store. Not only do they learn to have a small business, but they also learn to give back. Our give back is to the local South Cumberland Farmer's Market. Through the market we can distribute the donations to local food banks in their program. Then, the food banks can support farmers, buying fresh goods, and giving to those in need within our community. It is a win win of support for many. We will also ask people coming out to the fair to bring a non-perishable gift for our own Full Circle Food Pantry.
$185 - All materials included. We work with many organic products and they get to bring all of what they make home with recipe books as well. Also, they make some money back with what they sell at the craft fair! Campers only need to just bring lunch, snack, drink, and wear clothes okay to get all artsy in.
If you need to make payments before camp dates please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Discounts available for siblings.
Camp takes place at Hallelujah Pottery/Full Circle Candles - 1202 W Main Street in Monteagle, TN. Ages 6 and up. Each camp limited to 8 students.