We learned at the last minute that A&IH were taking part in art camp at the Club, and that on Friday they were doing a tied-eye camp. Wow, how did we miss out on that? The kids love tied-eyeing, and we missed out on the library day for that.
Better late than never, as the saying goes. We knew the person running the camp, they were an old Quechee acquaintance of ours, so I gave her a call and asked if the kids could jump in at the last minute, and she said sure thing.
The camp was in the basement of the club, and shirts and dye were provided. We saw some old friends, as well, including I&SS. Some of the other kids were daycare situations, you could tell. They definitely played the part.
The camp was about four hours long, so I could head home and work on the dormers. If only it were down the street, it would have been perfect. I was to watch A&I afterward for a couple of hours, so it worked out well.
The kids loved the camp, they did a nice job, and we had lunch at the Club and got to see our buddy SW. Also spent some time chatting with CS, who ran the camp, and that was rather enjoyable, as well.
Sorry we missed the two weeks prior to that day, but at least we got in one day of fun. Until the next time, thanks for reading, and thanks to Erin Calaway-Mackay for the pic.