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Wednesday, Week 2

Written by Knute Ogren on Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Free PeriodEach day at Calumet, we have FREE period. During this roughly one hour hunk of time, campers get to try something new or different as compared to their other three activity periods which they go to every day for the whole week. Maybe they'll swim on Monday, but go to ARts and Crafts on Tuesday, and then canoeing on Wednesday. FREE period gives the camper a shot at trying a new thing without committing to the activity all week long. Here are just some of the things campers do during the daily FREE period.

Tuesday, Week 2

Written by Knute Ogren on Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Cre8tivityWide Games at Calumet are among the most memorable things about a camper's experience here. The cabin group works together to achieve a common goal doing activities that require all kinds of different talents. Sometimes it's musical, sometimes it's something very active, sometimes it's being able to answer a tough question or problem solve. This is one of the times when staff and campers get to be pretty creative. Here are some highlights of one of Calumet's Wide Games. The campers love it and the counselors are soooooo good at making it all happen! If you like what you see, please share it with your friends through an email or by posting it on your Facebook page. Help spread the word about how awesome Calumet is for kids and young adults.

Monday Week 2

Written by Knute Ogren on Monday, 09 July 2012

ZackIt's a beautiful day here at Camp Calumet. The kids who are brand new this week have settled in nicely. The campers who have been here since last week have done a wonderful job at welcoming their new friends. There are lots of surprises here at camp. Check out this video and see something that surprised me! You'll also meet some campers in Girls Cabin One, Zack the maintenance guy, and some of the L&S crew -- without whom we'd be in tough shape. L&S does so much to keep camp running smoothly. What a crew! 

Week One into Week Two

Written by Knute Ogren on Sunday, 08 July 2012

litter chickenThis weekend, Calumet said goodbye to Week One and now is saying hello to Week Two. Many campers are staying on for the next week, but we bid farewell to about 80 kids. We had some wonderful times together. Check out a few minutes from the last couple days of Week One. You'll learn about the Litter Chicken, Harry's pride in wearing his orange shirt again and again, a camper's impersonation of his counselor from England, and the favorite song shared with enthusiasm. Calumet is a place where kids can be kids.

These Are the People in this Neighborhood

Written by Knute Ogren on Thursday, 05 July 2012

7412blog picCalumet is a place for all people and all ages. interesting exchanges take place at Calumet that just don't seem to happen in other places. Warren and Anna talk about why they love camp, Joe pulls a song title out of nowhere with the artist and year, singing patriotic songs, kids praying about bacon and cheesecake, storytime at Day Camp, Mike rattling off the July 4th BBQ menu with no effort ....

Camp Calumet

Mailing Address

PO Box 236 
W Ossipee, NH 03890

Physical Address

1090 Ossipee Lake Rd
Freedom, NH 03836

Phone & Fax

  603.539.4773
  603.539.5343