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Newlin Grist Mill's "Where the Wild Things Are" Camp explores the animals and plants of the world,
from the frozen tundra to tropical rainforests.

Send your kids on a Newlin Grist Mill Adventure to "Where the Wild Things Are" - and register NOW before the event is filled to capacity!

When you send your children to Summer Discovery Camp at Newlin, they will be immersed in a unique community that encourages them to follow their passions and discover the world around them. They might get dirty while learning new skills, trying new things, and expanding their abilities...which is just the kind of thing kids love!

“Where the Wild Things Are” Camp Session is Aug. 6th-10th, 9:30am to 12:30pm

Perfect for ages 4 through 12, this is a Safari of Summer with an Exploration-based Camp experience!  Your child will journey to tropical rainforests, swim deep under the sea, and venture into the frozen tundra where they'll discover the amazing animals and plants that live there!   Campers will learn about the varied ecosystems of the world while searching for creatures, hiking trails, and mapping their adventures! 

Plus all Summer Camp Families are invited to the “End of Summer Campfire” Aug. 16th, 5-8pm
Join the camp staff for an evening of s’mores, firelight, and fun! They will celebrate the entire summer camp season with a campfire and games in the Dawn Redwood grove. 
Price: $20 per family

219 South Cheyney Road, Glen Mills, PA 19342