Registration for Shehaqua Family Camp 2023 is now open!
You can take advantage of the discounted early bird fee if you register by May 31. Fees will go up June 1, and then again on July 1. But don't wait too long; last year one of the weeks filled up quickly.
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Read below for more about our programs
Shehaqua Family Camp Week 1: Sun, July 23, 2 p.m.–Fri, July 28, 11 a.m.
Camp Director: Kester Wilkening
Education Director: Kaeleigh Moffitt
Arrow Team: Ryan Robertson, Eva Schneider, Justin Okamoto
Bring your whole family to an amazing week of fun and education in nature! Week 1 will feature Arrow, our outdoor adventure program for high schoolers, which will include daily spiritual content and Fun Stuff (in the past we’ve gone rock climbing, paintballing, whitewater rafting, zip-lining, and/or hiking, etc.) We will also have our classics as well as new additions—Family Fun Night, Volleyball, The Pool, experiencing God in Nature, Campfires, Mom’s time and Dad’s time, Dodgeball, Talent Night, and more!
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Shehaqua Performing Arts Retreat: Fri, July 28, 4 p.m.–Mon, July 31, 10 a.m.
Organizer: Chris Bush
Theme: Opening Hearts and Changing Lives Through Performing Arts
It's a family affair! Bring your talent, your original compositions, and/or your appreciation for the Arts. Community bands are encouraged to attend together.
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Shehaqua Family Camp Week 2: Monday, July 31, 2 p.m.–Sat, Aug 5, 11 a.m.
Camp Director: Daniel Hess
Education Director: Henri Rissanen
Sports and Activities Director: Tobi Rissanen
We want to become people who can bring light and hope to the whole world! That means there will be a lot of learning, a lot of bonding with God and our families in nature, and way too much fun! The theme for Week 2 is Building Families!
There will be old favorites like swimming, hiking, sports, crafts, family fun night, candlelight prayer and talent night and more, plus newer favorites like martial arts and archery. Like last year, week two will also feature, for an additional charge of $50 per participant, whitewater rafting for all ages young and old!
And new this year, paintball at Skirmish Paintball (skirmish.com) for young people ages 13 and up with a parent’s permission! Because of a great relationship with the outfitter, we are pleased to be able to offer, this year only, free passes for up to 44 participants!
(We encourage whole families to come to Camp Shehaqua, but kids often come with one parent, with grandparents, or sometimes are 'adopted' for a week with a family they know.)
Here is the slideshow from our 2022 Week 2 Family Camp:
Register for Family Camp and invite other families you know, especially those who have never been to Camp Shehaqua before!
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