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    Friends & Family Weekend!

    We hear parents say, “I wish I could go to camp.” You can!!!

    Join us for a wonderful weekend of camp activities with friends and family of O-AT-KA. 

    Weekend highlights include:

    • Lakeside Lodging
    • Nightly activities
    • Fantastic food including a steak & lobster feast
    • All the traditional camp crafts for you and your family to enjoy!!

    Check out the full schedule and register today!!

    2019 Camp Season

    Sat, June 22 CITs Arrive, 12PM
    Sun, June 23 Opening Day, Campers Arrive from 12-3PM
    Sat, June 29 Pickup for 1-Week Starter A
    Sat, July 6 Visiting Day for Non-CIT Campers; Pickup for 2-Week Session A
    Fri, July 19 Luncheon Awards & Colors Ceremony, 12PM
    Sat, July 20 Close of 1st session, Campers depart by 10AM
    Sun, July 21 2nd session begins, Campers arrive from 12-3PM
    Sat, July 27 Pickup for 1-Week Starter B
    Sat, July 27 Annual Corporation Weekend
    Sun, July 28 EJ & Anna Dennen Sunday
    Sat, August 3 Visiting Day for Non-CIT campers, Pickup for 2-Week Campers B
     Fri, August 9  Banquet, Awards, and Closing Candlelight Service, 6-9PM
    Sat, August 10  Close of camp season, Campers depart by 10AM
    Sun, August 11 Dennen Week Opening Day
    Sat, August 17 Pickup for Dennen Week
    Fri, Aug 30 – Mon, Sept 2 Family & Friends Weekend
    Sat, November 16 Green & Grey

    2019 Camp Sessions

    Full Season  June 23-August 10
    First Session June 23-July 20
    Second Session July 21-August 10
    Two-week Session A June 23-July 6
    Two-week Session B July 21-August 3
    One-week Session A June 23-June 29
    One-week Session B July 21-July 27
    Leadership Cabin  June 23-July 20
    CIT Program June 19-August 10

     

    Camp O-AT-KA is now affiliated with Maine Resource Recovery Association

    With our long history of appreciation for the natural world around us, Camp O-AT-KA is pleased to have become a member of the Maine Resource Recovery Association (MRRA). Boys in our Leadership Cabin have expressed interest in recycling and sustainability as one of their projects this summer. They note that recycling helps to reduce our reliance on landfills and incinerators for waste disposal. Campers, staff and guests will be encouraged to utilize the recycling containers that will be located near trash bins along the camp road.

    MRRA represents a wide range of organizations and interests that believe in the need to support sound environmental policy that promotes eco-friendly practices and reduces the amount of waste we bury or burn every year.

                            
                               
                           
                  
                  
                  
                   
                       

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