Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Busy kids enjoy the pace at Camp Big Wood


    One group is called Hummingbirds—campers ages 3-and-younger who usually nap in the afternoon. The other group is called the Woodpeckers, older campers who don’t nap and are ready and willing for a full day of great activities.
    It all happens at Camp Big Wood 2014 held at the Big Wood School. That’s located in Ketchum at the Big Wood Presbyterian Church near the YMCA on Warm Springs Rd. The 11-week program for ages 18 months to six years offers action-packed summer days for the little ones.
    Each week revolves around a central theme, whether it’s a Flower Power week, cooking, bicycling, arts and crafts, ecology or acting. Kids do gym activities like tumbling and obstacle courses. They hike. They enjoy water play. And they travel.
    Other themes include “Summer Olympics,” “A Sun Valley Summer” and “Down on the Farm.” There is a “Broadway Stage” week Aug. 11-15.
    It starts with a “Let’s Get Acquainted to Camp” June 9-13. Camp sessions are Mondays through Fridays through Aug. 22. School is open 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays.
    Wednesdays are “Adventure Days,” for all the Big Wood “birds.” Students listen to various presentations from community members and travel to places like the Sun Valley Resort duck ponds, Sawtooth Botanical Gardens and the SNRA.
    Monthly and weekly rates are offered covering attendance from two to five days weekly. Half day and full day options are available. There is a daily drop-in rate.
    For details or registration, call 726-9053 or email bigwoodschool@pcbw.org.




About Comments

Comments with content that seeks to incite or inflame may be removed.

Comments that are in ALL CAPS may be removed.

Comments that are off-topic or that include profanity or personal attacks, libelous or other inappropriate material may be removed from the site. Entries that are unsigned or contain signatures by someone other than the actual author may be removed. We will take steps to block users who violate any of our posting standards, terms of use or any other policies governing this site. Use of this system denotes full acceptance of these conditions. Please review the full rules governing commentaries and discussions. You are fully responsible for the content that you post.

The comments below are from the readers of mtexpress.com and in no way represent the views of Express Publishing, Inc.

You may flag individual comments. You may also report an inappropriate or offensive comment by clicking here.

Flagging Comments: Flagging a comment tells a site administrator that a comment is inappropriate. You can find the flag option by pointing the mouse over the comment and clicking the 'Flag' link.

Flagging a comment is only counted once per person, and you won't need to do it multiple times.

Proper Flagging Guidelines: Every site has a different commenting policy - be sure to review the policy for this site before flagging comments. In general these types of comments should be flagged:

  • Spam
  • Ones violating this site's commenting policy
  • Clearly unrelated
  • Personal attacks on others
Comments should not be flagged for:
  • Disagreeing with the content
  • Being in a dispute with the commenter

Popular Comment Threads



 Local Weather 
Search archives:


Copyright © 2019 Express Publishing Inc.   Terms of Use   Privacy Policy
All Rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Express Publishing Inc. is prohibited. 

The Idaho Mountain Express is distributed free to residents and guests throughout the Sun Valley, Idaho resort area community. Subscribers to the Idaho Mountain Express will read these stories and others in this week's issue.