Last December longtime Kenwood camper Ryan Levine was named by the City of Cleveland as its “Person of the Month”. Ryan took it upon himself to create an event called the Kids Film It Festival. It was a chance for young auteurs to get some exposure for their movies, and at the same time it […]
As we announced in early March, this evening was our overnight camp in NH’s 8th annual Camper Film Festival. Throughout the last 7 weeks of this summer campers as young as 8 have been working with Hannah and Kaitlin, our two fantastic film making instructors, making all sorts of different types and styles of movies. […]
Today was a lovely day at our overnight camp, from start to finish. When I woke up the camp just after 7:30am the sun was shining and everything looked beautiful. As is the case on such nice days, everyone walked up to breakfast in a really good mood. From there until the sun set everywhere […]
It’s almost time! The start of the summer of 2015 is just over 100 days away, and we cannot wait. We have so many exciting plans for this summer, and will be sharing many of them in this blog over the coming weeks.
For much of the fall I have been using my Tuesday blogs to profile some of our talented coaching and teaching staff. In particular, I have highlighted some of the methods that they use to teach both the technical skills of their activity areas, along with 21st century skills like critical thinking, adaptability, and creativity. […]
The Importance Of The Arts At Our Summer Camp In NH, and Jell-O Wrestling It feels like every day at our summer camp in NH has a particular characteristic or flavor to it. This past Saturday was all about spirit and being a part of a team effort. Sunday was about critical problem solving. Today […]