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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Attended this camp during several summers in the mid 90's and was awesome. They held big events and provided fun coarses to take.I remeber in 97 a bunch of the councelors were caught smoking pot after hours and had to leave so this may have been one of the things that contributed to its demise. Was an amazing and important experience and is unfortunate it couldnt continue.

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Rating: 5

I too went to this camp when I must have been around 10 or 11, I had a blast... It is too bad that the camp stopped operations.
I attended this camp at Evergreen State Collage and I believe that it took place during the summer and was longer that 8days... I believe that it was more like 3 weeks to a month.

The kids took over 2 full dorm complexes that I knew of (one for boys and one for girls) and you could pick electives that would revolve around stuff like music (playing an instrument) sfx make-up or stage make up, regular art classes of all sorts and more. At the end there was a talent show of sorts.

I am pretty bummed out that it closed down, that was by far the coolest camp I ever attended.



Rating: 5

This was an wonderful camp I attended in my early teens that unfortunately ceased operations in 1997. It usually spanned around 8 days and was held at Evergreen college in Olympia every july. The camps design involved offering various art themed elective classes such as music, theater or sculpture, and was coordinated in tandem with events and performances.