Boys & Girls Clubs offering two camps Kids attending the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's traditional summer camp have been having a great time getting together with old friends and making new ones as they participate in a wide range of fun activities.
Kids attending the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick’s traditional summer camp have been having a great time getting together with old friends and making new ones as they participate in a wide range of fun activities. Here Lillian Roche, 13 , left, and Stella Roche, 11 enjoy ice cream treats at an outing the group took to Spring Lake in Burrillville. The BGCW’s Day Camp run out of its Oakland Beach branch this year is full. In addition to games, arts and crafts, and other popular and fun activities, highlights of this camp include weekly field trips to the nearby Masonic Youth Center (where the camp was run for many years) featuring a kid-favorite pool and a choice of additional excursions to other popular locations. There are still openings in some weeks for BGCW’s Summer Vacation STEAM Camp at the Norwood branch. This is a great experience for kids needing an academic boost because they struggled with distance learning or for kids who just want to get ahead. BGCW’s new STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) Camp offers a combination of conventional camp fun as well as interesting and educational, hands-on activities that have participants building computers, learning how magic tricks work, creating ‘flying objects,’ and more. It runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are provided. Cost is $200 weekly.