Camp Kaleidoscope 2023 registration opens January 4 for returning families and January 11, 2023 for new families.

Kaleidoscope is the best camp ever! I can’t wait to go back next year.

Kaleidoscope camper, age 8
Camper in costume

Campers unleash their creativity at Kaleidoscope!

The Kaleidoscope program consists of four 2-week sessions. Upper campers choose their program, while younger campers enjoy a well-rounded day. Whether it’s performing in small groups, swimming in the outdoor pool or dressing up for special theme days, Kaleidoscope campers have fun, try new things and build self-confidence.

In a culture of kindness and caring, Kaleidoscope campers feel safe to explore their emerging interests and freely express themselves. Our talented staff of artists, performers and educators inspires campers to try new things in a pluralistic Jewish setting that embraces campers of all backgrounds, faiths, and beliefs. Weeks 4 and 8 feature our Arts Festival, where campers share performances and exhibits with parents and friends.

View a typical day at camp

Campers with Special Needs

Camp Kaleidoscope’s inclusive program seeks to enhance the social, emotional, physical and developmental needs of all children. All bunk groups are inclusive.

Campers with mild disabilities participate in all camp activities under the guidance of experienced counselors. Parents may provide one-on-one aides or other support if necessary.

A limited number of spaces are available for children with mild developmental disabilities. Interviews are required.

For more information, contact the Camp Director at

Special Needs Pre-Registration Form

Counselor in Training (CIT)

CITs in grades 9-11 gain leadership skills by assisting Kaleidoscope’s experienced counselors and specialists. CIT-1s entering grade 9 spend half of their time assisting around camp and half the time pursuing their own interests. They may participate in the Upper Camp Musical. CIT-2s entering grades 10 & 11 spend their days assisting with a bunk or specialty for a week at a time. All CITs participate in special workshops, lead the camp in tzedakah (helping others) projects, and plan and help with events. They pay a reduced tuition rate.

All CITs must complete a CIT application and an interview.

Activities for Every Interest

Happy campers in arts and crafts

Visual Arts

Ceramics, costume and fashion design, film, jewelry making, mosaics, painting, poster art, scene design, animation

Campers playing music

Performing Arts

Dance (hip hop, jazz, ballet, modern), improvisation, music (guitar, percussion, piano, voice), scene study, stage combat

Camper with a microscope


Buildings and structures; electricity and magnetism; geysers and volcanoes; nature exploration; rockets and kites

Campers swimming

Sports and Nature

Swimming, canoeing, hiking, basketball, gaga, kickball, pillow polo, ping pong, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, fencing

Camper performing

Special Programs and Events

Arts nights, carnival, evening activities (grade 6+), daily camper performances, Shabbat celebrations, visiting artists/performers

Campers having fun

Other Ways to Be Creative

Cooking, creative writing, knitting, needlework, tie-dye

campers enjoying a show

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Next Steps

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