Family Camp DAY: March 7!

Family Camp DAY: March 7!

When you think about Family Camp, you probably think about the bonding that takes place over a camp activity, like a three-legged race or a group art project. Over the years we have come together to experience camp as a family and show our children that a weekend of camp activities, while exciting and fun, can also prepare them for a just-for-kids summer session filled with crazy games and excitement. Family Camp will be a little different this year. Instead of a weekend away, we will be doing the best of a family camp retreat in a DAY! 

Joinusatthe Glazer Campus on Saturday, March 7, from noon to 7:00 p.m. to experience an amazing family day of sports, arts and crafts, delicious camp food, and everyone’s favorite event, ColorWars!! Family Camp Day is open not just to Temple families but also to Camp alumni families and current Camp families! Our communities will join for a day of friendly competition and cheering while participating in family- and team-bonding activities. It’s the perfect way to connect with new families and reconnect with other camp lovers with similar-aged children (and to get your kids excited for summer camp)! 

The event begins with lunch at noon and concludes with dinner and Havdalah. Invite some friends and join us for a great day of family fun! Learn more and register at 


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