September 9, 2019

End of Summer Camp Carnival at Young Set!

By Valerie Kelly

Summer 2019 has officially come to an end, and we wanted to show you some highlights from our last week of Young Set Club Camp. Each week of camp at Young Set Club is based on a theme, and at the end of each camp session, we celebrate with a fun-filled carnival.  

Camp Carnival is an annual tradition over at our Young Set Club location in El Dorado Hills. This year marked the third anniversary of the ‘Candy Land Carnival’. Over the final week of summer camp, campers worked on building and creating carnival games for Carnival Day, the final day of camp, where the entire family is invited to attend.  

The week is filled with fun, with game activities including face paintings, a pinata, candy walks, popcorn booths, lemonade booths, and even an area to create space food, which was from the camp curriculum. This year, campers created space foods like tang, pudding in a bag and used a straw to eat and drink with. Campers also took the opportunity to showcase the archery skills they learned over the summer to their families.  

The annual celebration concluded with a final Young Set Club song rendition with campers and their families. Campers also had the opportunity to win prizes, and pie face their camp counselors!  

Carnival Day fun was not complete without a prize for each camper along with a fortune egg that included inspirational quotes like “Team work makes the dream work”, “Never give up”, “Take chances and be brave”, and much more.   

Here are just a few of the many amazing creations by our campers this year! 

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