Black Friday Savings Nov. 25-28th! Find out what’s new this year… Savings, savings, savings! Want a discount on summer camps at Bar-T? For four days only, we are offering $150 off Ranch, Mountainside, Excursion, and Specialty camps, and $100 off Kids Camp. Bar-T offers a variety of camps designed to fit your family’s budget and schedule, along with your child’s personality and interests! There are many locations and varieties of camps available, with one that is sure to be the perfect […]
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Summer Camps and swimming go together like a peanut butter and chocolate chip sandwich… Yes, you can have camp without swimming, but it’s so much sweeter when you’re in the pool! Going swimming is an essential part of our time at camp. Our Kids Camps go to the pool twice a week and campers at Ranch and Mountainside go to the pool twice a day! We have instructional swimming sessions with games as well as open swim time where kids […]
Arts & Crafts is an age-old tradition for summer camps. For our campers, it’s an integral part of our weekly plans. Whether the camper is working with clay in pottery or painting a birdhouse, we are always finding new and innovative ways for our campers to express themselves. One of the more creative trends that we’ve seen is the creation of Sprit Sticks for camps! Every summer we see new spirit sticks emerge from the Arts & Crafts rooms and […]
Have you ever wondered what your camper does all day?! We get asked this question all the time, but instead of telling you, we’re going to show you… Registration for Bar-T Summer Camps opens on Friday, November 25th at http://registration.bar-t.com. Don’t miss out on giving your child summer memories that last a lifetime! Want to see more?! Head on over to our Summer Camp Videos page!
Urbana summer camp starts recycling pilot program By Sylvia Carignan email@example.com July 7, 2016 A class of Frederick County elementary school students is finishing up the last few bites of lunch as Joe Richardson walks over to address them. “If you don’t drink all your milk, pour it out and recycle the container,” Richardson shouts to the group of students. He tells them to put their potato chip bags into a box he’s holding, which is decorated with empty bags. […]