We can’t get summer off our minds…

Here are some highlights from last year’s camp filmed and edited by our very own Everest Crawford.

Thank you, Everest!

Summer of 2016- GMS from Jefferson Everest Crawford on Vimeo.

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Loving this video on a wintry day!

Thank you, Martin Del Vecchio for this wonderful video of our city and a great shot of our dories!

 

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It may be snowing, but we’ve got summer on our minds.

Our 2017 Summer Adventure Camp Brochure is here and ready for download.

Enjoy!

 

Gloucester Museum School Adventure Camp, Summer 2017

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Summer 2017

We’ve reduced our fees from $625 per session to $595 and we’re also offering an Early Bird Discount through February 28.

Register now and save an additional $30!

Our Summer 2017 brochure will be out within the next couple of weeks, but, meanwhile, here are the dates for our 2017 Adventure Camp Program.

Session 1: June 19 to June 30 ($595)

Session 2: July 5 to 15 ($495)

Session 3: July 17 to 28 ($595.00)

Session 4: July 31 to August 11 ($595)

Session 5 Rock Climbing Camp: August 7 to 11

This year’s registration forms can be filled out and submitted online.

2017 Registration Form

2017 Health History and Permissions

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Summer Camp Fair hosted by Kestrel Educational Adventures this Sunday, January 29th

Please join us from 2:30 to 5:30 this Sunday January 29th at The Get Outside Center 186 Main St. in downtown Gloucester.

We’re offering lots of fun gifts for kids and early bird discounts for anyone who signs up this weekend.

Summer Fair 2017 info

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  • From our campers…

    The row at the beginning of the Mayor's Cup Race last year was brilliant.
    We had a front row seat to everything and it felt great to be part of it all. I also loved working with my boat mates. The current and chop were sometimes tough but the teamwork was definitely one of the contributing factors that made it so enjoyable. Thanks Joanne and Jeff!

    Sarah- 6th grader,