Priority registration for returning Kaleidoscope families opens January 4, 2023. Open registration begins January 11.
Interested in learning more about about Camp Kaleidoscope? New families can meet our team on Sunday, December 11 from 10:30am-12:30pm.
After the Meet & Greet, feel free to enjoy our Chanukah Festival & Winter Market. There will be live music from Josh & the Jamtones, a winter marketplace supporting local artisan businesses so you can get some holiday shopping done, plus festive games, crafts, STEM projects, and a community candle lighting. We'll have Chanukah treats, hot beverages, and more.
At Camp Kaleidoscope, campers express themselves, build new skills and gain lifelong self-confidence!
The Camp Kaleidoscope day is about having fun! Campers explore the arts, science and sports, and spend time outdoors all while making lifelong friends in a warm and nurturing Jewish community.
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For campers entering grades K-8 and CITs grades 9-11.
· The camp day runs from 9am-4pm, with extended day available from 8am-5:45pm.
· Regular morning drop off starts at 8:45am, and afternoon pickup is from 3:55-4:05.
· The camp season is 8 weeks consisting of two 4-weeks sessions with half-sessions (2 weeks) available. Minimum registration is one 2-week session.
· Supportive, experienced counselors and teachers guide campers through enriching activities.
· Mixed and single-gender bunks organized by grade and age.
· Upper Campers in grades 4-8 choose their own classes every 2 weeks. The Upper Camp musical requires a 4-week commitment. Lower and Middle campers in grades K-3 follow a varied program of activities.
· Campers are offered instructional swim and participate in free swim through the LKSA (Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy)
· Shabbat celebration every Friday.
· Camp Kaleidoscope is a welcoming, inclusive camp open to all.
· Bus transportation is available from communities including Brookline, Cambridge, Framingham, Sudbury and Wayland.
- Fully-staged musical theater productions, dancing and singing, story dramatization, improvisation, scene study and daily camper performances.
- Instructional and recreational swim, canoeing and hiking, basketball, gaga and ultimate frisbee, tennis and ping-pong.
- Cooking and baking, buildings and structures, electricity and magnetism, rockets and kites, nature study, geysers and volcanos.
- Painting and poster art, animation and video production, costumes and fashion, scene design and painting, ceramics and sculpture, jewelry making and crafts.