Summer Camp 2022

Ages 3-5

Fairy Home and Gardens (FULL)

July 18-22, 9:00 – Noon, $200

Teacher: Rachael Kozielec

Wend your way with us through woods and streams with your friends to find fairies, pixies and gnomes!  Create homes and gardens where they can dwell.

Rachael Kozielec is an assistant teacher in Ashwood’s Early Childhood Center. She has previously taught children in camp settings and enjoys sharing with children the magic of the outdoors. She spends her free time searching for fairies and gnomes of the woods.

Nature Explorers (FULL)

July 25-29 & August 1-5 9:00 – Noon, $200

Teacher: Rachael Kozielec

Join us to explore the enchanted woods, fields and streams that surround Ashwood’s early childhood center.  Children and their new friends will build, splash, stomp, run, create, and explore.

Ages 6-8

Enchanted Forest Crafts

August 8-12, 9:00 – Noon, $200

Teacher: Rachael Kozielec

Pinecone Gnomes, natural weaving looms, twig boats, nature crowns and more!  Join us in creating fantastic projects crafted from mother nature.

Rachael Kozielec is an assistant teacher in Ashwood’s Early Childhood Center. She has previously taught children in camp settings and enjoys sharing with children the magic of the outdoors. She spends her free time searching for fairies and gnomes of the woods.

Fairy Home and Gardens (FULL)

August 15-19, 9:00 – Noon, $200

Teacher: Rachael Kozielec

Wend your way with us through woods and streams with your friends to find fairies, pixies and gnomes!  Create homes and gardens where they can dwell.

Ages 9-11

At Home – Outdoors

August 15-19 9:00 – 3:00, $300

Teacher: Robert Kaczor 

Campers will explore Ashwood’s 32 acres and get to know and learn how to identify the resident plant life and animals. Campers will learn beginner’s skills in some survival and self-sufficiency tasks that will make them confident and beneficial helpers to adults while adventuring in the Maine wilderness. Campers will gain an appreciation and understanding of the ecology of the forest community and to respect its inhabitants and their roles in the health of the forest. Campers will be confident ambassadors of the wild places and encourage the respect and conservation of wild spaces. Campers will have time to reflect, explore on their own! 

Robert Kaczor has a deep reverence for the natural world and a passion for working with children. He has been a class teacher at Ashwood since 2005.