One of my favorite parts of the camp was the farm. I liked seeing the flowers, chickens and food. I got to chase around the chickens which was so fun. I also got to pull the weeds with my cabin mates so we could plant food.
One of the best parts of camp for me is Omanut (art). This year for my chug I chose sculpture. Hanging out in art is really chill and you get to do things you normally wouldn’t get to do at home like making candles, bracelets and tie-dye.
Posted February 17, 2021
February 2021 marks the twelfth time Jewish communities around the world recognize Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). The two pillars of JDAIM, the Spirit of Belonging and the Structure of Inclusion, align strongly with the values embedded in all that we do at Capital Camps & Retreat Center. Inclusion is about access. ...Read More
Posted January 14, 2021
Have you ever wondered what types of trees can be found around Capital Camps? On January 27 we will celebrate Tu Bishvat, often called the “birthday of the trees”. When I think about trees my thoughts turn to camp as I imagine walking from the ropes course to the lake under the shade ...
Posted December 10, 2020
The camp team would like to wish everyone a “Yes, And” Chanukah celebration. I recently learned about the power of “Yes, And” during an improv class with Second City. Like so many of our campers who find themselves learning remotely, I have been engaged in online learning; I have ...