Register now for Camp Wetu's Holiday Camp from December 27 to 29; register for the whole camp or individual days
Camp Wetu’s mission is to offer children ages
six to twelve years old a camp experience that educates, engages, and
enhances their confidence in their innate ability to nurture themselves,
their community, and the planet. We are proud to incorporate Mount Hope Farm’s history; mission and whole community into our camp goals and motto “Learn from the past, look to the future, and celebrate today.”
Enroll in Camp Wetu with a Winter Olympics theme on Eventbrite, or call the Farm office at 401.254.1745 to register using your credit card.
Camp will run from Wednesday, December 27th to Friday December 29th 2017 for ages 6 – 12 from 9 am to 3pm with an extended day option available, at additonal cost.
The Camp is Winter Olympic themed with fun games, crafts, indoor and outdoor play, and barnyard interactions (with our Nigerian dwarf goats, donkeys and sheep also included.
Fee is $125 per child for MHF members, $150 per child for non-members.
The extended day option is $50 for the entire session or $18/day.
Registration deadline is December 18th. Single day options are also available at $60/day.
You may pay by credit card or check in our office or through Eventbrite. If you have any questions, please call the office at 401-254-1745.
Community Commitment, Inspiration and Leadership
The inspiration and leadership behind Camp Wetu is Mount Hope Farm’s
Deputy Director, Frank Campo. Passionate about healthy lifestyles and
personal empowerment, and a native Bristolian committed to the local
community, Frank is the perfect fit for our camp for kid’s 6-12 years.
And, every camper will attest to that! Under Frank’s leadership, the
Farm’s camp programming has hosted hundreds of happy kids, building
confidence, lifetime friendships, and an expanded awareness of their
place in history and the world.
As the Farm’s Deputy Director, Frank also manages special event
staffing, provides leadership to our resident 4H program, and manages
the Farm’s partnership with the James L. Maher Center. Frank holds a BS
in Sports Management from Endicott College, an MBA from Salve Regina
University, and is a certified coach and personal trainer.