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WILLIAMS SUMMER CAMP WEEK 2023
June 19 - June 23
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ABOUT OUR 2023 CAMP OFFERINGS

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SUMMER 2022 CAMP OFFERINGS
Explore your creativity and mindfulness through interactive art and wellness activities. Have fun in the art studios and connect with nature through drawing, painting, yoga, meditation, journaling, making friendship bracelets, tie dye, and more.

Cost: $150
Location: The Williams School, on the campus of Connecticut College
Time: Morning Session 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

List of 1 members.

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    Tekla Zweir 

    Arts Department Chair
    Bio
A new and improved Summer Soccer Camp with an outstanding and highly experienced Williams Blues coaching staff committed to providing each player with the best training and most enjoyable soccer experience. The camp philosophy is focused on skill development, teamwork and passion for the beautiful game of soccer. Improve your skills through development drills in: passing, control, 1 v 1, combination and crossing, with specific focus on Push/Chip/Instep/Outside/Top Pass,Juggling,Take On’s, Sole Manipulation etc. and SAQ’s-Ladder, Hurdles, Bands, Poles and Run w/Ball. Goalkeeper training will be incorporated into every daily session. Each session will promote a player’s development through a comprehensive teaching progression allowing the campers to learn every aspect of the game. Players will be grouped according to age.
 
Players need to bring all their own equipment:
soccer cleats
shin guards
goalkeeper gloves (if appropriate)
water bottle

Cost: $150
Location: The Williams School Athletic Complex
120 Bloomingdale Rd. Quaker Hill, CT
Time: Morning Session 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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    Jason Lu 

    Varsity Boys Soccer Coach
    Bio
Explore your dramatic side in this musical theatre intensive camp. During the week, students will be able to audition for roles, participate in music and acting rehearsals, and engage in the technical aspects of theatre in order to perform a 30 minute musical.

Cost: $150
Location: The Williams School, on the campus of Connecticut College
Time: Afternoon Session 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


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    Jeffrey Cregeur 

Learn the basics of small boat sailing, kayaking, and paddle boarding while exploring the Avery Point coastline and islands located at the mouth of the Thames River.

Participants are asked to wear appropriate clothing for being on and in the water and to bring a full change of clothes, a towel, water shoes, and a reusable water bottle. Personal flotation devices (PFD’s) will be provided.

Cost: $150
Location: UCONN Avery Point Sailing Center
Time: Afternoon Session 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM




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    Prescott Littlefield 

    Head Coach Varsity Sailing
    Bio
A highly experienced coaching staff will lead players through skills training in shooting, passing, dribbling and more, as well as scrimmaging and community building activities.  The camp will accelerate the child’s understanding of the sport, sharpen skills, and encourage good sportsmanship and camaraderie.

Cost: $150
Location: The Williams School, on the campus of Connecticut College
Time: Afternoon Session 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

List of 2 members.

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    Heather DeLaurentis 

    Athletic Director
    860-439-5176
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    Miles Daniels 

Now in its 16th year, Summer Sticks Lacrosse has been identified as one of the top lacrosse camps in the area. An outstanding and highly experienced staff of college and high school players is committed to providing each player with the best lacrosse teaching and most enjoyable lacrosse experience. The philosophy of the camp is focused on skill development, teamwork, and passion for the “fastest game on two feet.” Nightly sessions will stress individualized instruction in stick handling, shooting and offensive/defensive play.  Each session will promote a player’s development through a comprehensive teaching progression allowing campers to learn every aspect of the game. By week's end, players will participate in team games. Summer Sticks is a camp appropriate for ALL skill levels from the beginner to the seasoned veteran - All campers will be grouped according to age, size, and ability, and receive a reversible mesh jersey and an opportunity to win nightly prizes. 
 
Players need to bring all equipment: 
  • Molded cleats and/or athletic shoes are appropriate
  • Boys: stick, helmet & mouthpiece, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads
  • Girls: stick, eye protection, mouthpiece
Cost: $150
Location: The Williams School Athletic Complex
120 Bloomingdale Rd. Quaker Hill, CT
Time:
Evening Session 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM


List of 1 members.

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    Mark Fader 

    Head of School
    860.443.5333
    Bio