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2nd Annual We Be Jammin' Family Camp Kick-Off

Camp Shemesh

Sunday, June 9, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PDT)

2nd Annual We Be Jammin' Family Camp Kick-Off

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2nd Annual We Be Jammin' Family Camp Kick-Off

Sunday, June 9

 

Schedule:

9:30 – 10:45 a.m. -- Strawberry picking at Warner Farm in Sunderland (directions at www.WeBeJammin2013.eventbrite.com)

 10:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. -- Games with this summer’s staff, strawberry treats, raffle prizes and schmoozing with other camp families at Robariah Farms, 5 Captain Lathrop Drive, South Deerfield. Bring a picnic lunch!

*You will receive an email on June 7 confirming whether or not the program is on, in case of any severe weather warnings. 


Ticket Information:

YOUR FREE REGISTRATION THROUGH EVENTBRITE SERVES AS AN RSVP. 

When you arrive at Warner Farm, you will need to purchase tickets with cash. 

$12 per ticket OR 3 tickets for $30. One ticket gets you:

~ One quart of strawberries

~ Strawberry treats at Robariah Farms

~ Automatic entry into the We Be Jammin' Raffle* for prizes such as farm-fresh duck eggs, a Camp Shemesh t-shirt, or a discount off of one camp session.

* The raffle will be held at 12:15. You must be present to claim your prize. 

 

Bring with you:

• your family - all ages welcome!

• sun protection (i.e. sun screen, hats) 

• a picnic lunch for your family

• cash for payment (no checks, please)

• smiles :-)

 

Directions to Warner Farm (event begins there at 9:30a.m.): 

All: Warner Farm's strawberry fields are NOT in the same place as Mike's Maze. Mike's Maze is on Route 47. The strawberry fields are on Old Amherst Road, which is a connector road between Routes 47 and 116. Camp staff will be in the parking lot to greet you!

From Amherst: Take your pick of Route 47N or 116N. Headed north on 47, Old Amherst Road will be a right hand turn just before Millstone Market. Headed north on 116, Old Amherst Road will be 8.7 miles north of the junction of Routes 9 and 116. If you pass N Silver Lane on your right, you just missed it. You have to go into the big driveway like you're going to Goten restaurant - it's a little weird. Check a map or your GPS first if you're taking 116 so you know what to expect. 

From Northampton: Take exit 24 off of I-91. Take a right off the exit ramp and then take your first right onto Route 116S. Cross the bridge into Sunderland and turn right onto Route 47 at the first traffic light after the bridge. After about a half mile, turn left onto Old Amherst Road, just after you pass Millstone Market.  

From Greenfield: Take I-91S to exit 24. Turn left onto Routes 5&10N. Turn right onto Route 116S and follow remaining directions from Northampton. 

 

Directions from Warner Farm to Robariah Farms  at 5 Captain Lathrop Drive in South Deerfield (at 10:45am, we will all caravan to Robariah Farms):

Take Old Amherst Road back out to Route 47. Go North on 47 and then take a left onto Route 116 in Sunderland. Cross the bridge over the CT River into South Deerfield and turn right at the first traffic light onto Sugarloaf Street. In about a half mile, you'll be in the little village with a water fountain and statue. Veer right onto North Main Street so that you pass the CISA building on your right, and soon after Greenfield Savings Bank on your left. Take your third right onto Captain Lathrop Drive, just after you see a sign for Pelican (a company of some sort) on your left. Robariah Farms is the first house on your left - yellow farmhouse with a pond, a red barn and ducks quacking around. Park on the road and come on up!

Have questions about 2nd Annual We Be Jammin' Family Camp Kick-Off? Contact Camp Shemesh

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Camp Shemesh

Camp Shemesh is now entering its twenty-seventh consecutive year of operation. It is a program of the Jewish Community of Amherst. Camp Shemesh’s mission is to provide a safe and fun environment for youth to learn, play and explore together through a framework of Jewish themes and values. It aims to provide space for children and teenagers to explore their authentic selves while learning how to be empathetic and environmentally sensitive people and leaders. Camp engages music, arts, nature, gardening, sports, swimming, team challenges, Kabbalat Shabbat celebrations and much more to nurture exploration of the arenas of self-expression, community, and Jewish identity.

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