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Growing Together Summer Camp

Enjoy a week of farm activities

At Casey Farm, campers experience work and play from a farmer’s point of view: helping to care for our animals’ daily needs, collecting and washing eggs, watering the gardens, and having good old-fashioned fun.

Throughout the week campers enjoy a hayride to the Narrow River for supervised swim time at the waterfront, play historic games and make historic crafts, get hands-on experience with farm animals, hike to Narragansett Bay and hunt for crabs, and have fun in the sun. Campers also enjoy a historic tour, try the Boot Toss, participate in the vegetable relay, hunt for the hidden animal, and play Mystery Object. The week culminates in a fun-filled day of making ice cream, butter, candles, and soap, and playing homemade carnival games before the ever-popular camp-wide challenge, Egg Drop.

Please Note: The safety of campers and staff is our priority. Rhode Island has not yet released guidance for summer programming, but we will follow all mandated COVID-19 safety protocols.

We are experiencing very high demand for these programs, and all sessions of Growing Together are currently Sold Out. At this time, we have a lengthy waiting list for each week and are no longer taking waiting list requests. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have questions, please email [email protected].

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Ages 6 – 8

Cost:

Six Sessions are offered Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Week 1: July 5 – 9
Week 2: July 12 – 16
Week 3: July 19 – 23
Week 4: July 26 – 30
Week 5: August 2 – 6
Week 6: August 9 – 13

We are experiencing very high demand for these programs. If the session(s) you are interested in are sold out, please email [email protected] to be put on the waiting list.

Sample Schedule

 

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