The 2021 Arts and Crafts Summer Program at Cape Cod Academy will be in-person, socially distant, and held five days a week from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Each session is scheduled for two weeks (a one-week option is available). There will be creative play taking place in the art room as well as time spent outside in fun, shady spaces. The arts & crafts experience is designed to keep campers engaged and curious about the making and creating of art while finding inspiration from one another.
The Arts & Crafts Summer Program will be a unique opportunity for kids to grow, explore, imagine, and expand their love of arts and crafts. Weekly and bi-weekly themes will provide them with opportunities to explore hands-on projects that allow for experimentation with the concepts, techniques, and supplies. We will spend the mornings together in the large art room or outside in the outdoor studio. Campers will transition outside during mid-morning to enjoy a snack (please bring from home), along with some playtime and exercise. Campers will return to the classroom until pick-up at noon.
Half-day (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.): $380.00 per two-week session or $190 for one-week session
(The price includes all art supplies.)
Session I: Arts and Nature Camp
June 28 – July 2
July 5 – July 9
Campers will enjoy exploring Cape Cod Academy’s 46-acre campus and finding natural objects to incorporate into a variety of creative art projects, such as leaf printing, embellishing stones, animal sculptures, clay impression making, observational drawings, sun prints, organic three-dimensional pictures, nature dioramas, and landscape paintings. They will also have the opportunity to plant beautiful flowers to enjoy all summer.
Session II: Paper, As an Artistic Medium Camp
July 26 – July 30
August 2 – August 6
During this two-week session, campers will sculpt with paper, stitch on paper, make paper, carve and build with paper, and enjoy making books, rolled beads, cards, prints, mobiles, and so much more. This camp is suited for all levels of creators and makers.
Waterfront – Camp Burgess & Hayward
Sharing sides of sparkling Spectacle pond, Camp Burgess & Camp Hayward have their own waterfronts for fun in the sun.
Fun and games with the cabin or in their interest group. Whether it is playing dock ball, sharks and minnows or water aerobics, everyone loves spending time in Spectacle pond. The swimming interest group finishes their week with a swim across to the other camp in the Spectacle Challenge. Beach Party, our free swim time, happens every afternoon to help cool off from the summer sun.
A camp classic, we have both regular canoes and a large “war” canoe to hold an entire cabin. Campers can chose canoeing as their morning activity or try it out with their cabin. Learning basic strokes and rescues is fun with different games and races. Cabins can also join up with other boating activities to play large games of “capture the lifejacket” or “Sink the Swiss!”
A great sport and exploration activity. Campers learn the strokes and basic concepts of kayaking through fun, interactive games. Obstacle courses and relay races help practice skills in a fun way. Campers will explore the whole of Spectacle Pond including the swamp!
Sailing teaches campers to tack and jibe across the pond in a range of boats for all abilities. Some instruction and teaching takes place on the beach before campers set out on the Pond. Through exciting games and obstacle courses campers learn the basics of sailing and enjoy the beauty of Cape Cod. No previous knowledge or experience is necessary.
Cabins can try paddleboarding or stand up paddleboarding where they can play games, explore the swamp or race to the island. Trying to “walk the plank” or “simon says” are some paddleboard favorites. In the windsurfing interest group, campers can also challenge themselves to surf the wind, learning how to tack across the pond.
WATER TRAMPOLINE & PONTOON JUMPING
A great cabin activity for any time of the day. Take the plunge with the whole cabin or have a “best jump” contest. Great to have a cabin chat in a spontaneous place or just goof around on.
Wychmere Beach Swim Club | Instructional Swim Lessons Program
GROUP LEVEL 1:
INTRODUCTION TO THE WATER
Prerequisites: Must be a minimum of 3 years old
Days & Time: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:15 – 10:45 a. m.
This class is geared to teach the young child to feel comfortable and secure in the water. Children will learn to put their face in the water, open their eyes, blow bubbles and jump from the side of the pool. Each child will learn to have fun in the water while also being safe.
$195.00 per child per session
GROUP LEVEL 2:
WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTION
Prerequisites: Must be comfortable in deep water and able to put head under water and open eyes, generally 5-7 years old
Days & Time: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. This class will continue with basic water safety instruction. Children will be introduced to the different strokes, learn how to rotary breathe, tread water and float on their backs.
$235.00 per child per session
GROUP LEVEL 3:
SWIM TEAM INSTRUCTION
Prerequisites: Previous Level 3 swim experience or 7 years old
Days & Time: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:30 – 11:30 a. m. This class will continue teaching the 4 competitive strokes, introduce start and turn techniques, present the concept of speed and pacing, build endurance and stress water safety. All in a fun, team-oriented environment.
$375.00 per child per session
GROUP LEVEL 4:
ADVANCED SWIM TEAM INSTRUCTION
Prerequisites: Tony will evaluate and advance swimmers to this class
Days & Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30 a.m.- Noon
This class is a continuation of level 3 swimming and stresses endurance and sprinting with an eye toward competitive swimming as a sport.
$450.00 per child per session
Winter Juniors Qualifier Tessa Mock Verbally Commits to Pitt
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Tessa Mock from Marion, Massachusetts has made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Pittsburgh in the class of 2025.
“I’m very happy to announce my verbal commitment to the University of Pittsburgh! Thank you to my family, friends, trainers, and coaches at CCSC who have helped me athletically and academically. I chose Pitt because of the outstanding athletics and exceptional academics. I’m very excited to be a part of the team! h3P!”
Mock, who will be a senior at Tabor Academy this fall, swims for Cape Cod Swim Club. Last month, she was awarded the club’s 2020 Senior Group Performance Award (in a socially-distanced ceremony in front of her house). “Tessa is a NE Age Group Champion, a NE Senior Medalist, and a Junior National Qualifier. Her 500 FR at 4:55.51, her 1000 FR at 9:59.87, and her 1650 FR at 16:43.87 make her one of the best high school distance swimmers in the country. ” A solid all-around athlete, Mock enjoys tennis and golf whenever she can fit it in.
Mock holds Winter Juniors standards in the 1000 free and 1650 free and a Futures cut in the 400m free. She competed at 2019 Winter Juniors East in the 500 and 1650 and dropped 13.5 seconds in the latter to come in 13th with 16:43.87. The following week she notched PBs in the 200/500/1000 free and 400 IM at New England Senior Short Course Championships. At Geneva Futures last summer, she placed 5th in the 1500 free (17:21.70), 15th in the 800 free (9:07.52), and 13th in the 400 free (4:27.42). She went best times in all those events, plus the 100/200 free and 200 IM, at 2019 New England Long Course Senior Championships.
Top SCY times:
- 1650 free – 16:43.87
- 1000 free – 9:59.87
- 500 free – 4:55.51
- 200 free – 1:53.55
- 400 IM – 4:33.18
Mock will join Avery McFaddin and Mia Sunseri on the Panthers’ roster in 2021. The Pitt distance group will be in rebuilding mode after the graduation of freestylers Sarah Giamber and Madelyn Shaffer. She will overlap with Madison Nalls (4:49.73), Dakota Elliott (4:51.79), and Lauren Kelly (4:56.74).
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LIVE & WORK AT CAMP on CAPE COD this summer:
Camp Farley Outdoor Education Center offers a co-ed, day and overnight camp program for youngsters 6 to 15 years of age. Located on one of Cape Cod’s largest freshwater lakes, Camp Farley offers swimming, canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling, nature, barnyard animals, horseback riding, gardening, arts and crafts, theater, music, recreation, archery, non-competitive games, challenge initiatives, outdoor living skills, fishing, and a whole lot more. Camp Farley looks for enthusiastic staff to be role models and willing to share their skills and knowledge, show concern and dedication, and be productive members of a structured camp community.
Creative Arts: Traditional arts and crafts; Some informal theater activities
Nature / Agriculture: Nature based activities; Barnyard Animals; Gardening
Recreation / Outdoor Living Skills: Games, Low/high ropes & challenge initiatives; Archery, Weekly teen campouts
Waterfront (Certified & Experienced): Swimming instruction, Free Swim, Games, Canoeing, Kayaking
Department Head: Must have prior work experience and leadership qualities in one of the four program departments listed above. Semi private housing is provided. Waterfront Head must possess relevant certification. Min. age of 21 preferred.
Program Counselors – Must have skills and/or interest in at least one of the four program departments listed above. Min. age is 18. Positions involving canoeing, kayaking, life guarding, or archery require specialized training, but Camp Farley may be able to provide this certification to prospective candidates if needed.
Competitive salaries are commensurate with position and experience. Staff are also provided with room, meals, and limited accident and sickness health coverage.
LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Program counselors reside with campers during the week, with all campers leaving Friday evening of each week. Department Heads and support staff are provided with private or semi-private living quarters. Staff are off-duty from 8:30 PM Friday to 12:30 PM Sunday. In addition to a daily “period” off, staff have two evenings off, 9:00 PM to Midnight, during the week (Monday thru Thursday).
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FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact us by phone: 508-477 0181, fax: 508-539-0080, or send us an email. Applications should be submitted as early as possible. Interviews (either via phone or in person) and confirmation of appointments begin in January and continue to positions are filled. For specific questions regarding camp staff issues, you may also contact Camp Farley’s Summer Program Director.
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Pitt Swimming and Diving Announces 2021 Recruiting Class
PITTSBURGH – University of Pittsburgh swimming and diving has received 14 national letters of intent from Sydney Atkins, Jill Berger, Cam Cash, Claire Hartley, Beaux Hoffman, Sophie Knepper, Austin Lane, Avery McFaddin, Tess Mock, Krzysztof Radziszewski, Trent Russano, Janelle Schulz, Mia Sunseri and Jess Vega, head coach John Hargis announced Tuesday.
Hartley is a freshman transfer from Iowa. She didn’t compete this fall with the Hawkeyes and is eligible immediately to dive for the Panthers. The 13 other newcomers join the program for the 2021-22 season.
“Signing day is always an exciting day when we can welcome our new Panthers to the family officially,” Hargis said. “This class is talent laden and will provide immediate impact into the program. These Panthers are focused and determined to help us continue to move the program forward. Hail to Pitt!”
Emily Ally | 50 Back, 100 Back, 200 Back, 50 Free | Greensboro, N.C. | Walter Hines Page HS
High School/Club: Named 4A Female High School Conference Athlete of the Year (2019) … Was part of the 200 Free and 200 Medley Relay teams that won at the conference championship meet … Helped the female team of Walter Hines Page win the conference championship … Broke the school record in the 50 Free twice and got third place in the event at the conference meet and fourth at the state championships in 2019 … Placed third in the 100 Back at the conference meet … Currently swims for Greensboro Community YMCA … Garnered third place in the 200 IM Relay and fourth place in the 50 Back at the 2019 LC YMCA Nationals.
Why Pitt: “Pitt has inspired me to think differently. It’s like no other time in my life. I will be able to create a life that I have envisioned. I will be able to add memories, overcome challenges, and laugh within my vision while I’m at Pitt.”
Sydney Atkins | Back | Huntingtown, Md.| Huntingtown HS
High School/Club: Holds five school records … Won the 100 Back at the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference (SMAC) Meet the last three years and the state championships meets in 2018 … Took first place in the event and 100 Free also at the state regional in 2018 … Part of school’s relay teams that won the 200 medley in 2019 and 2020 and the 400 free at the SMAC Meet … Helped the team win the SMAC Championship the last two years and a third-place finish in 2018 … Currently swims for Naval Academy Aquatic Club … Took first-place in the 200 back and second in the 100 back at the Maryland LSC 14&U State Championships in 2018 … helped the team second at the meet and also third in 2019 and fourth last year.
Why Pitt: “I chose Pitt for the amazing academics, athletics, and community. I’m so excited to be a part of a community that values and supports all of their students.”
Jill Berger | 100 Free, 200 Free, 500 Free, 100 Fly, 200 Fly | Bethesda, Md. | Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS
High School/Club: Holds five school records … Named team MVP for three consecutive seasons … Named a NISCA All American last year in the 200 free … Won the State Championship in the 100 fly … Was the regional champion in the 200 free (2017-2018), 100 free (2017-2018, 2018-2019) and 100 fly (2019-2020) … Helped the school win last year’s state championship and also three Division 1 and two Regional Championships … Currently swims for Nation’s Capital Swim Club … took home the 2018 Futures Championship in the 400 free … Named to the USA Swimming Club Excellence Program 2020 at No. 1 overall.
Why Pitt: “I knew that the Pitt swim team was the right fit for me after my official visit. I really liked the whole team dynamic, the amazing coaches, and the overall positive environment. I loved the campus, the facilities and the city. I am super excited to become a Pitt Panther!”
Cameron Cash | 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform | Boulder, Colo. | The Woodlands HS
High School/Club: Won the individual 6A State Championship and helped Woodlands finish second last year … Assisted Woodlands Diving Academy to place sixth in the 2019 USA Junior Nationals … Finished seventh in the 3-meter and seventh in the 10-meter at the 2019 junior nationals … Started his diving career at Duke Diving Club.
Why Pitt: “Pittsburgh has a fantastic community and great pre-med education. I’m very excited and thankful on continuing diving and my academic studies at Pitt.”
Claire Hartley | 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform | Omaha, Neb. | Iowa | Marian HS
High School/Club: Named All-American as a senior … Helped Marian win a state championship last year … Dove for Nebraska Diving Club.
Why Pitt: “I chose Pitt because of the amazing team atmosphere and all of the great academic and athletic opportunities the school has to offer.”
Beaux Hoffman | Fly/IM | Sugar Land, Texas | Dulles HS
High School/Club: Placed four in the state championship meet for the 100 fly … Helped the team to win the district championship … Currently swims for Swim Houston Aquatic Center … Was a part of 100 fly and 200 fly winter junior cut … Made team relay finals for girls 400 freestyle relay at Pro AM meet.
Why Pitt: “I chose the University of Pittsburgh because of its welcoming atmosphere as well as its amazing academic and athletic record. I’m beyond thrilled to begin my career at Pitt and wish I was already there!
Sophie Knepper | 100 Back, 200 Back, 100 Free | Chesapeake, Va. | Great Bridge HS
High School/Club: Holds four school records … Named the Chesapeake Sports Club Female Athlete/Swimmer of the Year in the last two seasons … Reached finals in events six times with four runner-ups … Was part of relay teams that advanced to state championships each year … Currently swims with Tide Swimming … Helped the team win the 2019 TYR ISCA Jr. Championship and receive the National Club Excellence Program Award in 2019 and the US Masters Swimming Gold Club … Qualified for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 USA Futures and ISCA …
Why Pitt: “I chose Pitt because the academics are outstanding with a wide variety of healthcare majors and I felt the swim team was a great fit for me. Everything with Pitt just felt right. I can’t wait to start my journey in the city!! It is very different from where I live now. ”
Austin Lane | Back/Fly | Fresno, Calif. | Clovis West HS
High School/Club: Holds five school records … Part of a High School All-American relay team and the No. 15 ranked high school team by NISCA … Won the team MVP … Currently swims for the Fresno Dolphins Swim Team … Was a four-time All-American … Named LSC swimmer of the year … LSC section record holder … Is second in the 11-12 national age group rankings (2015, 50 free) … Competed in Junior nationals … US Open qualifier.
Why Pitt: “The University of Pittsburgh provides me with a family to grow alongside with for the entirety of my college career. I am fully confident that my decision will help me achieve my greatest heights, and bring me countless unforgettable experiences. I am beyond excited to begin this chapter of my life, and contribute to the greatest family in the swimming world.”
Avery McFaddin | 100 Fly, 50 Free, 100 Free | Peachtree City, Ga. | Starr’s Mill HS
High School/Club: Won the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Championship in the 200 free relay (2019) and the 200 Medley Relay (2018) … Was third in both 200 relays and fourth in the 100 fly last year … Took second in the 200 medley relay and third in 100 fly in 2019 … Placed second in the 200 free relay and third in the 100 fly in 2018 … Received the team’s MVP (2019-20) and captains’ (2017-18) awards … Named Femald’s highest point scorer in the 2018-19 season … Currently swims for Southern Crescent Aquatic Team … Placed first in the 50 fly and fourth in the 100 fly at the 2019 Georgia Short Course Senior State … Was third in 100 fly and fourth in the women’s 200 medley relay in 2018.
Why Pitt: “I chose Pitt because of the amazing coaching staff, the academic programs, and the opportunity that the city of Pittsburgh provides. I am looking forward to my experience as a part of the Pitt Swim and Dive family!”
Tess Mock | 500 Free, 1000 Free, 1650 Free | Marion, Mass. | Tabor Academy
High School/Club: Currently swims with Cape Cod Swim Club … Was first place in the 1500 meter free at Eastern Zones in 2017 … Placed fifth in the 1500 meter freestyle at the futures championships in 2018 and 2019 … Was 13th in the 1650 freestyle at winter junior nationals… Recorded a top-three finish in 1650 at New England Seniors in 2017, 2018 and 2019 … Helped CCSC win the Buffalo Sectionals in 2017.
Why Pitt: “I chose Pitt because of the dedication that the swimmers and coaches have and the wonderful energy. Everyone at Pitt wants to swim, learn and grow into better people. I am very excited to start my career here, and I know I am going to have a wonderful experience with the team and on campus.”
Krzysztof Radziszewski | 100 Back, 200 Back | Warsaw, Poland
High School/Club: Finalist at the 2019 Junior World Championships in the 50-meter back … Serves as the captain of the Polish Junior National Team.
Sydney Rodriguez | 400 IM, 200 Fly, 100 Back | River Edge, N.J. | River Dell Regional HS
High School/Club: Holds five school records … Received the team’s most valuable swimmer award in 2018-2019 and the Excellence in Swimming Award in 2017-2018 and 2019-2020 … Placed third overall in the 100 back at State Meet of Champions (2018-2019) … Selected first team all-county last year … Currently swims for Scarlet Aquatics … Serves as a team captain … Holds the fastest ever time in the 100 back, second-best in 200 back, fourth in 200 fly and fifth in 200 and 400 IM 200 IM …Placed seventh in 400 IM at the Futures in Geneva, Ohio 2019 … Qualified in the 100 and 200 back at the winter junior nationals … Helped the club team finish first in Sectional Championships at Piscataway, New Jersey (2019), second in Sectional Championships at Buffalo and Jenks, Oklahoma (2018), third in Sectional Championships at Plantation, Florida (2020) and sixth in Sectional Championships in Indianapolis (2019).
Trent Russano | Back/Free/Fly | Bridgewater, N.J. | Bridgewater-Raritan HS
High School/Club: Holds five school records … Selected a NISCA All-American and first team all-state last year … Named the NJ.com Men’s Swimmer of the Year in 2020… Helped Bridgewater-Raritan to win the the 2018 state championship … Currently swims with Greater Somerset County YMCA … Was part of the Somerset Hills YMCA Men’s Team-YMCA National Champions in 2019 … Qualified for the US Open.
Why Pitt: “I chose Pitt because it’s a perfect mix of strong academics and strong athletics combined with a great coaching staff to take me to the next level.”
Janelle Schulz | 50 Free, 100 Free, 200 IM, 200 Breast | Sun Prairie, Wisc. | Sun Prairie HS
High School/Club: Holds four school records … Was part of the state championship-winning 400 free relay in 2018 and 2019 … Helped Sun Prairie to placed third at state in 2019 and 2018 … Currently swims for Badger Aquatic Club … Finished in the Top-10 in six events at the Wisconsin Short Course State 2020 finishing, including third in the 50 free … Assisted the team to a second-place finish at the meet.
Why Pitt: “I choose Pitt because the team and coaches were very welcoming and the amazing academics they have. I am so excited to join the Pitt family and cannot wait to start the next chapter of my life.”
Mia Sunseri | Breast/IM | Wheeling, W.Va. | Wheeling Park HS
High School/Club: Currently swims for Wheeling YMCA … Was the YMCA National Champion in the 200 Breast … Is a three-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American … U.S. Open and Junior Nationals Qualifier … Was 1st YMCA National Champion in 40 years as a team … Joins the Sunseri family-Pitt legacy, which includes her father Tony (1996), a member of the swimming 1994 BIG EAST Champion team and a team captain, former All-American in football Sal (1981), All-East gymnast Roxanne (1982) and starting quarterback Tino (2012).
Why Pitt: “I chose the University of Pittsburgh because I truly felt at home. I have swam at Pitt since I was eight years old and have attended several Nike Swim Camps there. Pitt has an outstanding combination of academics and athletics. I knew I wanted to be part of the swim team due to their unmatched team culture, family environment, and coaches who are personable and strive to make the swimmers better individuals every day. I am also able to carry on the tradition of my family attending Pitt. Overall, I am very excited on starting my collegiate swimming career at Pitt and to be part of a team in the ACC. I cannot wait and am looking forward to practicing, racing and training with everyone on the team!”
Jess Vega | 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform| Sheffield, England | Sheffield Diving
High School/Club: Has been with Sheffield Diving for the last eight years … Was a two-time national finalist in platform … Qualified 13 times in national for springboard and platform … Competed in the Senior British National Cup as a junior … Earned silver in the 2019 British Junior Elites 3m Synchro and also finished third over nine dives … Garnered two gold and one silver medals at the Bulgaria International … Participated in four international diving competitions.
Why Pitt: “Pitt was a clear and easy choice of me to make. The US offers opportunities which the UK does not compare to; such as sport scholarship opportunities, competing and training at universities and access to so many facilities. This was an opportunity I could not pass down! But the reason Pitt was the US school of choice was due to the success rate of students and the lovely, friendly atmosphere which was shown when I visited the University.”
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Sports and recreation camp “Tolstoy Cape”
The camp territory is 12 hectares of one of the most beautiful forest-park zones in Gelendzhik. Pitsunda pine, blue spruce, Lebanese cedars, cypresses, thujas and plane trees decorate the camp territory, create a favorable microclimate for children on vacation.
Rest in the camp is organized in four shifts of 21 days – during the summer season more than 2500 people rest and recover here. In the improvement of children, the unique natural resources of the Gelendzhik resort are primarily used.
On the territory there is a health building with the following services: a speleo chamber (salt cave), a physiotherapy room (inhaler), a massage room with professional equipment for the treatment and prevention of spinal diseases, a phytobar. Each child undergoes a course of wellness procedures.
In addition, various excursions are organized for children: boat trips, visits to the Safari Park, the theme park “Old Town” and “Roman Empire”, a dolphinarium, an aquarium, water parks, etc.p.
Leisure in the camp is a full-fledged activity, equal to everyone else. At the same time, the activities are closely related to the implementation of the health, educational and developmental tasks of the shift program. The forms of events are varied: thematic holidays, creative competitive games, thematic evenings and concerts, discos, quizzes, various circles, exhibitions of drawings and products of decorative and applied art, etc.
There are many hobby groups for creative children where children make gifts with their own hands for friends, family and friends: a picture made of wool or sea stones, learn to sculpt pottery, burn wood, prepare a concert number for a performance.And this is only a small part of creative activities for children! In total, up to 15 hobby groups work per shift.
Each shift begins with the opening of the “Minor Olympic Games”. Competitions last throughout the entire shift, and at the closing of the “Small Olympic Games” a solemn rewarding of the best squads and young athletes takes place.
The camp has its own large beach (2.4 hectares), located 50 meters away.
The territory is guarded by employees of a security company, video surveillance systems are monitored, access control has been introduced
The camp has all the conditions for playing sports and holding sports camps:
– football field,
– basketball court,
– volleyball court,
– rubber-covered tennis and badminton courts,
– climbing wall,
– a large rope park.
– bike park with a total length of 0.85 km with two playgrounds,
– a sandy court for playing beach volleyball, handball.
– playgrounds with exercise equipment and playgrounds.
Mikhail Shelkov – #LIFE_INCAMP
Mikhail Shelkov is in charge of two program camps at once. He also writes books, plays role-playing games and is generally a very versatile person! You can see this for yourself by visiting his camps, or by reading his interview for our blog.
– Mikhail, tell us about your projects!
– Children’s fantasy camp “Stormwind” and children’s music camp “Cape Rock”. For a start – about the second. It is easier to understand, since it is not the only camp of this kind in Russia, although we are the discoverers of this direction. Children musicians who love rock music gather around teachers, organize into groups and play rock. Honestly, the camp has changed a lot in 8 years. Just like the attitude towards rock music has changed in the country and in the world. Alas, rock is not in trend today. The camp has its fans, but … now, say, not on the wave. “Stormwind” is a separate world. Here we have combined the camp and the role-playing movement. At the same time, they made the maximum immersion in fantastic universes for children. Into a fairy tale. When a child arrives at the camp, he chooses a role name for himself, receives entourage clothes, weapons, and then plays the role that he got. The guys are accompanied by counselors who follow the child’s life and the master – game technicians who lead the squads through the game, play with them.
– What is the most vivid childhood memory?
-Can’t remember or name anything specific. From the end of the eighties I remembered the eternal empty counters, hordes of evil people and boundless rudeness, it was postponed. And the “dashing 90s” were a golden childhood, I will say, quite happy. We lived in short supply, but the brightness poured into the shelves, the TVs were enough. It was a time when I had no idea that the English language taught at school would come in handy in my life. Therefore, mass events like the 850th anniversary of Moscow or visiting attractions in Gorky Park were perceived as – Wow! Although, in comparison with entertainment for modern children, this is about nothing.But with the camps in childhood did not work out, I felt their charm in adolescence.
– If you could only have five things, which would you choose?
-If you answer the question in the context of “5 things that you would take with you to a desert island”:
- Pen or pencil
- Large notebook
- Matches, a lighter or something that sets fire to
- Sword (but this is a romantic image, because something more practical, like a machete)
- Warm pair of shoes
– Tell us about your favorite book.Why did you choose her?
-I will put Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” in the first place. It’s like an ideal book. About the path, duty, friendship. With examples of heroes to look up to. However, it is very, very far from reality.
From the same fantasy genre I really like Game of Thrones. The series turned out to be good, but too pop, populist, for the viewer. An interesting thing is done from book to book. At first, it seems that there is a clear division into positive and negative heroes, but by the third or fourth book, there is no division at all, each hero has his own truth, which he defends.And the actions of supposedly good characters do not always bring a positive effect on society.
In my student years, I read a lot of Russian classics (for I did not read at all at school). I reread all of Dostoevsky and was surprised how his novels are perceived differently at different ages. Favorite was “Demons”, which also lacks goodies.
Previously, once or twice a year I re-read Yesenin’s complete collection, but recently I rarely do this and generally cooled down to poetry.
– How old do you feel, and why?
– Not at all, honestly.I don’t even celebrate birthdays and don’t immediately answer how old I am. I remember the year of birth – I immediately calculate it. When you work in a young team, you feel comfortable with guys 18-20 years old. There are situations when you have to remember that you have 13 years of experience behind you and put it into practice.
– What skill would you like to learn and why?
– Since the age of 14 I have been trying to master the guitar. Unsuccessfully! And that’s all, there is no inclination.(Camp “Cape Rock” as a kind of outlet, to recoup fate)
In general, I am ready to accept any new and interesting with a bang. Last winter I learned how to snowboard for the first time. Recently I tried to fly on an airplane simulator. They will offer something interesting – I will willingly undertake to try myself.
– Was there an incident in your camp after which you wanted to give up everything and go into hermits? Tell us about it!
– No, it wasn’t. I love life and movement too much to become a hermit.I project a couple of options when hypothetically possible, but these options are the real extreme.
-If there was an urgent need, would you go to the detachment as a leader now?
-And I do it! Regularly. 1 – 3 shifts per summer. Not a counselor, a master game technician for a detachment, but this is an analogue. I am the owner of the camp, but in this position I report to the senior counselor, shift supervisor and camp director.
– What legislation in the field of recreation and health improvement would you pass if you became the Minister of Education?
-If I became the Minister of Education, then first of all I would take up education itself.I would have canceled a bunch of useless subjects in schools. Physical education or work would be replaced by sections and circles, mandatory, but by choice from the list. I would cut down on mathematics, which 90-99% of students do not need in life, starting with differential equations, and would make the most of the most important lessons – life safety, which is not taken seriously. At the institutes, I would have canceled two-thirds of the lectures and replaced them with practice.
And about the sphere of recreation and health improvement. Firstly, it seems to me that this sphere should have its own minister.And secondly, first of all, I would accept the provision on the camps. It is now accepted to consider the position of 1990 to be correct, that is, the position of the state, which no longer exists. In my position there would be a point where private camps would be freed from enslaving demands. It is up to the client to choose a private camp, check its documentation and live according to its charter or not.
– If you had not become the director of the camp, who would you be?
-Before opening my camp, I worked as a layout designer for 8 years.Now I pay a little less attention to the camp. I write fantasy books, make board games. I think that there is no limit and I will become “someone else”
– If you were writing a book about your life, what line would it start from / what would it be called?
-Yes, I’ve already invented the name. “The Great Silk Road”. With an emphasis on the second syllable in the word Silk.
– Who is a hero for you? As a child, did you have a hero you wanted to be like? Did you manage to get closer to the ideal?
– In part, I have already raised this issue.I will say right away, no – there is no ideal. There are book heroes, heroes from television screens. In childhood, there were many such on-screen characters, all of them are terribly good. Now even some kind of feedback is gone. There are some historical figures that I admire. But history is a subjective science. And I also subjectively perceive these individuals, they could be completely different than in my understanding. But if you have an article in honor of men, I will name the physical instructor of our camp Sergei Petrovich, truly a people’s idol. The number of his mini-exploits tends to five hundred, and all the men in our camp keep up with him.
– Defender of the Fatherland Day is coming soon. How do you feel about this holiday? What do you think is the best gift for the camp director on February 23rd?
– I am ambiguous. Congratulations – I accept congratulations, do not congratulate – well, okay. Firstly, the very ambiguity of this holiday comes from the fact that initially February 23 is the day of the creation of the Red Army. Secondly, there is no clarity as from March 8, when it is generally believed that this is a holiday for all women.Half of them immediately thinks that this is the Day of the Defender of the Fatherland, others – that the day of all men. I didn’t serve in the army, but I didn’t cut it on purpose either. I agree that it is possible to “defend the Fatherland” in different ways and at different frontiers. But I won’t wait for special gifts. It is much more fun when gifts are given just like that, and not in honor of something.
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13 years in the field of recreation and health improvement, knowledge of the sphere from the inside: from counselor to deputy director.
Experience in camps on Lake Baikal, in the Sakha region (Yakutia), Novosibirsk region.Conducting training courses for counselors, directing, organizing public events.
Fantastic holidays in “Friendship.ru” – #LIFE_INCAMP
On July 14, 2015, our team was invited by one of the leaders of the independent rating of children’s camps on the website incamp . ru – Druzhite.ru camp. For one day we plunged into the fabulous atmosphere of the “Stormwind” role-playing session.Together with the children, we took part in an expedition to the dungeons, battles with monsters, the Tournament of Heroes and a real storming of the fortress. All the details are in our report.
The Druzhite.ru company has been organizing various thematic camps in the Moscow region for several years. Now the company has 3 main directions: “Stormgrad”, “Cape of Rock” and “Animagia”. In autumn, winter and spring, they are held simultaneously at the same base, and in the summer, each has a separate shift. They have common living conditions and principles of organization, but the program and entertainment are radically different.
- Animagia is a dream camp for anime fans aged 7 to 17.
Every day in the camp there are exciting classes in the studios: manga, computer animation, audio and video processing, cosplay, costume making, theatrical performance of scenes.
Children will be deeply immersed in Japanese traditional culture: learning the Japanese language, customs and rituals, martial arts, master classes in sushi making, a tea ceremony and Japanese calligraphy lessons.
In addition, J-rock and J-pop karaoke, themed discos, a tournament of oriental fighting games and a performance by a professional team of cosplayers are organized for children.
If your child cannot live a day without a new anime series, he is able to express any mood with the word “Nya!” and scribbles for hours on a sewing machine, a ticket to Animagia will be an ideal gift for him. Here he will find friends and possibly create his own cosplay team!
The battle is in full swing!
- “Cape Rock” – a session for teenagers 10-17 years old – lovers of rock and good music.
Does your child adore rock music, drive the neighbors crazy with playing the bass guitar and know all the hits of the Queen by heart? Cape Rock was created especially for him. Here he will try on the role of a beginner rock musician with all its tasks: to create a group, write a hit, organize rehearsals, etc.
The program includes: vocals, musical notation, sound engineering, acoustic guitar, drums, keyboards, bass and electric guitar lessons taught by professional teachers and musicians.
The guys have constant access to musical instruments, sound and recording equipment. At any time, the child can compose and record a melody or a ready-made hit. Throughout the shift, thematic concerts are held, at which teenagers demonstrate all the skills they have acquired.
One of the main advantages of the camp is the opportunity to find like-minded people, assemble a full-fledged group and perform with it in front of the audience. Over the history of the camp, more than one group has formed and some of them continue to perform to this day.
In addition, the program includes seminars on the promotion of the group, the image of performers, trainings for confident performance on stage, lectures on the history of music and meetings with popular rockers!
High Elves from the universe of Middle-earth
- Stormwind is a program for children from 6 to 17 years old who are fond of fantasy and role-playing games.
Each shift in Stormwind is a big role-playing game. Staying in a camp can be compared to the adventures of a character in a fantasy book series or a computer RPG.On the first day, the child is informed that he has entered the fabulous world of Elinor, Warriors of Light or Middle-earth (depending on the shift), the history of the world is told in detail, key events, races and laws are described.
For example, events in the Elinor universe unfold in the vast Valley of the Ancestors, where the First Race lived for a very, very long time. At the end of the First Age, the First Race reached such a level of development that it left the material world, enclosing all knowledge and magic in the Stone, which stood in the center of the Valley.The stone became the main artifact and source of power in the Valley of the Ancestors.
The world of Elinor was now inhabited by eight small races, each of which has a number of advantages and disadvantages: some are strong and hardy, the second are cunning and dexterous, others are gifted with magical abilities, etc. They wage wars and alliances, trade and engage in politics, fight monsters and descend into mysterious dungeons, and also live the ordinary life of a fantasy dweller.
The siege of the fortress
Having arrived at the shift, the teenager chooses a role-playing name, race, short biography and receives a role-playing costume in the colors of the race, i.e.That is, it fully enters the world. Everyone starts the game on an equal footing: approximately the same number of hit points (there are racial characteristics), power points and the lack of developed individual skills. The fate of the character is determined by the actions of the child himself: if he spends time and makes durable leather armor, the level of protection will improve, meditation and the study of spells will increase the magical potential, and the skill of using a sword will increase the power of attack.
Children are provided with a wide range of possibilities to customize characters:
- sewing workshop (the ability to sew a historical dress or costume)
- leather workshop (making leather armor and jewelry)
- fencing with tambara and safety swords
- shooting and making bow and arrow
- Martial Arts
- Knife Throwing
Workshops are held every day in the morning.The guys are not limited in their choice and can move freely between them.
After the workshop, the role-play begins, i.e. the time when combat interactions, storming the fortress, expeditions to the dungeons, etc. are allowed. It is in it that the main events of the game take place. The inhabitants of the base seem to be transported to an online game in which crowds of children rush one after another, fight, act as heroes, cast spells and conclude peace agreements.
Role-based interaction takes place under the close supervision of the counselors and the camp leadership.All employees combine two roles: real and fantastic. At the start of the game, they dress up in role-playing costumes and turn into kings, princesses, archmages and omnipotent demigods. In this way, they help the plot of the game move forward, influence key events and, of course, monitor safety and compliance with the rules.
After the end of the role-playing time, the game stops and freezes until the next day, when it will resume from the same moment.
The camp is located on the territory of the recreation center “Ozerny” in the Ruzsky district of the Moscow region. The territory is fenced and carefully guarded. The camp occupies the entire base – there are no outside adults or other camps on it. Children feel completely free.
There are 3 two-storey residential buildings with spacious halls on the base. Children live in groups of three in separate rooms with shower and toilet. The rooms are recently renovated and equipped with the necessary furniture.
On the territory there is a large football field and a picturesque lake with a swimming pool.
A separate building is reserved for the dining room. In it, the guys eat 4 times a day. The food is delicious and satisfying.
The guys decide the fate of peoples
Not far from the residential buildings there is a small forest area, where the organizers have built a real fortress of logs and planks. In it, many key events of the game unfold and assaults are regularly tripled: each clan and people wants to take possession of a strategically important fortification.
3. Teaching staff
Druzhite.ru employs a real team of professionals and fans of their craft. Most of the counselors and teachers come here from year to year and have a lot of experience in interacting with children. All newcomers are carefully selected according to many criteria, the main of which is: whether a person is burning with the idea of a camp or not.
After all, counselors and employees here are not just teachers, but full-fledged participants and players, albeit endowed with additional powers.They create a fairy tale for children, in which each of them would dream of being himself, which requires real dedication and love for work and children.
The teaching staff is also actively involved in the game
Druzhite.ru camps are an excellent choice for any child. Annual comeback statistics, overcrowded summer role shifts and happy children’s eyes describe their quality and merits better than any words. Some parents call the camp managers and ask, “What have you done with my child? Instead of a new gadget, he wants a ticket to your camp! “
Here they do not just entertain the child and help to have a good rest, they create a fairy tale here. In it, everyone is a hero and everyone writes their own story of adventures, exploits and victories. Have you ever dreamed of being in a place where magic, magic and everything impossible is possible? Now we know where it is …
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The camp was visited by: Irina Zamotina and Ekaterina Averyanova.
Author of the text: Irina Zamotina.
Photo by Vasilisa Efimchenko.
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History of “Artek”
Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin (1799 – 1837 )
Russian poet, founder of new Russian literature.Portrait of A.S. Pushkin, artist P.F. Sokolov, 1836. Pushkin’s works have been translated into almost all languages of the world. Stay in Gurzuf – from August 18 to September 5, 1820.
During his exile to the south in 1820, Pushkin lived in Gurzuf.
Alexander Pushkin was an excellent rider. He made horseback riding along a narrow winding road to the Artek tract, where he admired the surrounding landscapes.
Not afraid of the midday heat, he more than once climbed to the top of Ayu-Dag, from here Pushkin saw our land as a “happy land”, where everything is illuminated by the “light luxury of nature.”
For the first time, the idea “to erect a touching, national monument to the poet, for which all of Russia, having lost it, will be grateful to the generous builder” was expressed on January 29, 1837 by V.A. Zhukovsky in a rough note to Nicholas I. But in this case it was not about the monument, but only about the redemption from debts and turning into a monument to A.S. Pushkin of the village of Mikhailovskoye.
Here is what the writer I. Novikov tells in his novel “Pushkin in Exile”:
“… Jumping across a small river, Pushkin found himself completely in view of Ayu-Dag.The area was completely deserted. It seemed that she would stay forever this way. All the way we met only two elderly lumberjacks, teeth flashing in a smile. However, one of them had a gun over his shoulder.
– Are you hunting?
He just waved his hand.
– What is the name of this land?
– Artek, – and, flashing his teeth, smiling, added
– but in Russian, like a quail.
Pushkin really liked this ingenuous nickname. ”
For the first time, the idea “to erect a touching, national monument to the poet, for which all of Russia, having lost it, will be grateful to the generous builder” was expressed on January 29, 1837 by V.A. Zhukovsky in a rough note to Nicholas I. But in this case it was not about the monument, but only about the redemption from debts and turning into a monument to A.S. Pushkin of the village of Mikhailovskoye.
At the official level, the situation with the perpetuation of the name of A.S. Pushkin began to change after the first in Russia monument to the poet by the outstanding sculptor A.M. Opekushin (in Soviet times, moved to Strastnaya, now Pushkin Square).
After that, in many cities of Russia, where the poet was, they began to celebrate the memorial sites associated with his name. Apparently at the same time the toponyms “Pushkin Rock” and “Pushkin Grotto” appeared.
Cape Pushkin (Java)
Formed as a result of the wave-breaking activity of the sea.The height of the cape is 35 meters above sea level. At the end of the 19th century, an observation deck in the form of a fortress tower was built on the cape. Cape Pushkin is notable for two caves-grottoes, which can only be accessed from the sea. One of the grottoes is named after Pushkin. By its appearance, it resembles an outlandish temple with majestic columns. Its beauty and clarity of water make an extraordinary impression.
Bas-relief by A.S. Pushkin
Photo of 1975Opened on June 6, 1948 to mark the 149th anniversary of the poet’s birth. Authors of the project: Artek girls Nadya Belova, Tamara Safonova and Vyacheslav Ivanovich Asyamolov. Pushkin’s bas-relief was cast on the Skillful Hands circle by the girls of the Suuk-Su children’s camp (from June 1945 to April 1954 only girls rested in the Suuk-Su camp) with the head of the circle V.I. Asyamolov. There was a poet’s bas-relief on a white marble board. There is currently no bas-relief.
Photo 1955Opened on June 6, 1948 to mark the 149th anniversary of the birth of A.S. Pushkin Author: Vyacheslav Ivanovich Asyamolov, head of the Skillful Hands circle. The board was installed at the top of the wall facing the visitors.
The board was made of white marble and embedded in the wall. The text with the lines of the poem “To the Sea” was engraved on the board:
“Farewell, free element!
For the last time in front of me
You roll blue waves
And you shine with proud beauty. “
The letters of the inscription were covered with bronze paint.
No board at this time.
Fountain A.S. Pushkin
Installed on June 6, 1949, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of A.S. Pushkin. The author of the project is unknown. The pool bowl was round. The water sprinklers were located around the bowl. In the middle of the pool of the fountain there was a copy of the sculpture by A.S. Pushkin works by A.M. Opekushina. In 1958, the fountain was dismantled.Sculpture by A.S. Pushkin was moved from the 2nd camp (now the children’s camp “Azure”) and installed in the park of the 3rd camp (now the children’s camp “Cypress”).
Alexander Mikhailovich Opekushin (1838-1923)
Son of a serf. He studied at the drawing school of the Society for the Encouragement of Artists and in the sculptural workshop of D.I. Jensen in St. Petersburg. Full member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1895).
Participated in the creation (according to Mikhail Osipovich Mikeshin) of the Millennium of Russia monument in Novgorod (opened in 1862) and to Catherine II in St. Petersburg (opened in 1872).
The most significant work of Opekushin is the monument to A.S. Pushkin in Moscow (bronze, granite, opened in 1880), combining the elevation of the image with its historical concreteness and authenticity. Opekushin created monuments to Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin in St. Petersburg (opened in 1884), Karl Maksimovich Baer in Tartu (opened in 1884), Mikhail Yurievich Lermontov in Pyatigorsk (opened in 1889)
Founded in the late 40s – early 50s of the XX century.
Artist: Pavel Petrovich Bezrukov, craftsman.
On the site, Pavel Petrovich created an amazing world of children’s favorite fairy-tale characters: Little Red Riding Hood, Kolobok, heroes of Pushkin’s poem “Ruslan and Lyudmila”, fables by I.A. Krylova and others.
In the mid (late?) 50s Bezrukov took his wooden sculptures out of Artek. In 1960, he founded the open-air museum “Glade of Fairy Tales” in a forest glade at the foot of the Stavri-Kaya rock in Yalta.
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Pavel Petrovich Bezrukov (1890-1972)
Photo of 1968. Petroleum engineer, folk craftsman, (sculptor florist), forester of the Yalta nature reserve, founder of the museum of floristic sculpture “Glade of Fairy Tales” (1960, Yalta).
In 1968 “Glade of Fairy Tales” was destroyed, and the artist was expelled from Yalta. A bare place is left of the fairytale corner. The works of the folk craftsman have not survived.
On August 1, 1970 “Glade of Fairy Tales” was created again.
Decision of the Crimean Regional Executive Committee of 10.12. 1984 year.
Installed on June 27, 1982. Authors: Anatoly Trofimovich Polyansky, architect and Alexander Alexandrovich Emelyantsev, sculptor. The monument is located at the observation deck.
The monument is a bust of the poet, installed on a four-sided pedestal.A.S. Pushkin is depicted without a headdress, in a frock coat, in a shirt, with a bow tie. The gaze is directed straight.
Bust made of Inkerman stone. The pedestal (height 3.5 meters, section 0.45 x 0.55 m) is made of white marble. On the pedestal, from different sides, the poet’s lines about the Crimea are carved.
Fairy town “Pushkin trail”
Opened in August 1988 for the 168th anniversary of the poet’s stay in Crimea.
Authors: students of the Ufa Oil and Gas Institute (Bashkiria, Russia).
Located behind the monument to A.S. Pushkin.
In the summer of 1985, a group of students of the Ufa Oil and Gas Institute, on their own initiative, having developed their own project for a fairytale town, began to implement it.
The fairytale town is decorated with park sculptures based on the works of A.S. Pushkin: Tsar Dodon, the head of the knight, fairy-tale houses and a stage – in the Greek style.The sculptures are made of concrete and metal.
(dining room, 1st floor)
Executed in 1984 based on the fairy tales of A.S. Pushkin, to the 185th anniversary of the poet’s birth.
Authors of the project and painters, graduates of the Palekh School.
Palekh painting is a type of Russian folk miniature painting, made with tempera paints.Tempera (translated from Italian – to mix paints) – painting with paints, a binder in which are emulsions of water and egg yolk, as well as vegetable or animal glue diluted in water, mixed with oil or oil and varnish. Palekh painting originated in 1923 in the village. Palekh (Ivanovo region, Russia) based on the local icon-painting craft. The poetic fabulousness of the characters, the decorative forms of landscape and architecture, and the elongated proportions of the figures go back to iconographic traditions.
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Children’s on the Black Sea coast
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Marine Brotherhood – A unique program for the development of children’s creative abilities! The main idea of the program is that any child is talented, a master of his craft, a star can be lit in everyone’s soul, and we will definitely do it! The best traditions of the camp remain, and we are in constant search for new ideas !!!
Location: The camp is located on the Black Sea coast among century-old Pitsunda pines and deciduous trees, in an ecologically clean area (total area 10 hectares), 100 meters from the sea.The unique feature of the relief combines a diverse cover: amazing landscapes, magnificent mountains, rocks, mountain rivers and waterfalls. These factors create a special microclimate that has a beneficial effect on humans. Distance to Tuapse – 20 km, to Krasnodar – 150 km.
Accommodation: The buildings of the children’s health camp “Marine Brotherhood” are picturesquely located on 10 hectares among a pine forest in close proximity to the sea.
The bungalow accommodates 2-4 people.Bathrooms are located in each room.
In a three-storey building No. 22, children of primary and secondary school age with shared facilities, accommodation for 4-6 people / room.
Building No. 43 and cottages No. 4, 5, 6 with facilities in the room for children of senior and secondary school age. Accommodation for 3-4 people / room.
Building No. 1, 10, 11 with facilities in the room for children of senior and secondary school age. Accommodation 3-4 people / room.
All rooms are equipped with wardrobes, bedside tables, tables, chairs, beds.
Constant supply of cold and hot water. Provision of premises and equipment for washing and ironing children’s clothes. Bed linen is changed every 7 days.
Meals: Five meals a day with waiter service. The menu developed by nutritionists includes all the ingredients for children’s growth and development. The menu contains plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Security: All premises are equipped with: fire alarm; fire extinguishing means; emergency exits.The territory of the camp is well lit in the evening and at night, fenced, equipped with video surveillance, a loud warning system that provides round-the-clock control over the safety of children, alarms of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, round-the-clock security, which prevents unauthorized persons from entering the camp. time spent on vacation.
Medical services: The medical unit is equipped with offices for doctors and physio procedures, an isolator and an infectious box.The medical staff provides qualified round-the-clock assistance to children.
Beach: The swimming season lasts from June to October. The camp is located 200 meters from the seashore. The beach is pebbly with a sandy bottom, equipped with a canopy, changing rooms, there is a medical post. Swimming is carried out by professional swimmers, who, at the request of children, will teach them to swim.
Infrastructure: The buildings of the children’s health camp “Marine Brotherhood” are picturesquely located on 10 hectares among a pine forest in close proximity to the sea.On the territory of the camp there are: a dining room, a private beach complex with an outdoor swimming pool and a children’s cafe, a medical center, an isolation ward, playrooms, sports grounds (football field, basketball, volleyball courts, tennis tables, etc.), stage and disco grounds, summer stage, children’s supermarket.
Program: A lot of exciting activities await children in the camp:
– development of maritime affairs, boat and rigging, ship architecture, history of the development of the fleet and naval traditions, initial sailing course, first aid in critical situations, etiquette, dance;
– creative workshops, papier-mache “Protective Tatem”, origami, isothread, “World of Colors”, production of personalized medallions;
– dance and competition programs, dances (Waltz, Tango, Polonaise, Quadrille, Polka), gala concerts, discos, show programs, body art, beauty contest, cognitive and intellectual games;
– sports and entertainment competitions, comic football, small Olympic games and much more!
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Hello everyone! Cape Roca is in touch 🙂
Well, there are only a couple of weeks left until the winter shift and we decided to help you pass the tedious wait with a series of posts about our teachers who will teach you in January 🙂
And we will start with Ilya Kanaykin – our a great keyboard player and an incredibly soulful person. We asked him several questions and this is what he answered us:
– Ilya, how did you become a musician?
– Once I just wanted to play music, no matter what!
Note from the editor: indeed, Ilya has gone the path of a real professional in the field of music, at the moment he is studying at the Saransk School of Music and is about to enter the conservatory.Even on summer shifts, he showed that his tastes are not limited by anything – he analyzed music from completely different genres and completely different complexity with the guys.
– What other hobbies are you besides music?
– Music is my main occupation, but apart from that I love reading or drawing, and I also love swimming. Favorite authors – Bulgakov and Dostoevsky, I find them simply incredible!
Note from the editor: we can say that Ilya, thanks to his versatile interests and his well-read, can amaze you with his erudition and literacy in the field of the Russian language during a conversation 🙂
– What is the most important thing for you in this life?
– Achieve recognition and be a professional!
Note from the editor: as we have already said – Ilya is walking the path to becoming a professional, and not only passes, but confidently moves along it with leaps and bounds! The editor himself witnessed how Ilya played the incredibly complex works of Chopin and other classics.We are one hundred percent sure that one day Ilya will achieve his goal and in every possible way support him in this.
– Finally, please throw in a couple of tracks that you would like to share with everyone and tell me why these particular tracks?
– Let there be Muse “Hysteria” is one of the few contemporary bands that thinks about what she writes. Well, for the second – an unforgettable classic. Briefly about what will happen if you bring several geniuses together.
Pa garam Crimea – description of the children’s camp
Goals and objectives of the program: Show Crimea.See, feel, plunge, fall in love, explore, instill, come off and so on.
Address: Crimea, small lighthouse urban-type settlement.
Accommodation for children
Children are accommodated in a cottage with all conditions.
We meet at the airport, fly to Simferopol. We take transport and go to the Small lighthouse. Acquaintance with the territory and resettlement. We go to the sea. We purchase, prepare together and make plans.We consult, choose, decide. Kebabs and communication. The program will be in accordance with the wishes of the children.
- Yalta. Hiking along the tangled, crooked roads of Yalta, we look at the buildings of the late XI-early XX century. Port. Taking pictures. Chekhov Museum. Climbing on the rocks with insurance;
- By boat we go to the Bear Mountain. We spend the whole day there;
- Alushta. Alushta Museum of History and Local Lore.Hike to the valley of ghosts. Mount Demerdzhi. Swallow’s Nest;
- Partenit. Aivazovsky Park;
- Gurzuf. Small Italy. Single color pebble beach. We swim;
- Cape Fiolent. A wonderful place, surrounded by mountains, with a beach sheltered from everyone, rocks, turquoise water;
- Waterfall Jur-Jur. The most powerful waterfall in Crimea;
- Stone mushrooms. Valley of the Soter River;
- Su-Uchkhan waterfall. Hike to the red caves.Kizil-Koba.
Food : home. Except for long journeys. On long journeys, meals in a cafe.
We expect a change and a price. The current pricing information reflects the prices of past races and is subject to change in future seasons
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From 08/03/2020 to 08/14/2020 – 410 Euro ;
From 17.08.2020 to 28.08.2020 – 410 euros.
The transfer is organized with the accompaniment of camp workers.
Air transfer Minsk – Simferopol – Minsk (not included in the price, the cost is specified).
Bus transfer Simferopol – camp – Simferopol , included in the price.