July 15-18th Grades (k-2) & July 22-26th Grades (3-5) 9:00 am -1: 00 pm
Nordic Cultural Center
The Swedish Historical Society is excited to announce the return of Camp Sweden! For two weeks this summer, have your child experience an immersion program in Swedish language, culture and so much more! This year the week have been broken down into two groups. Week one , July 15-19th, will host children in grades kindergarten - second grade. Week two, July 22-26th, will host children grades third- fifth grade.
At Camp Camp Sweden we... • Learn about past and present Swedish language & customs • Make and taste Swedish foods • Experience hands on arts and craft activities • Enjoy music and games • Tour the Erlander Home Museum in the historic Haight Village of Rockford • Enjoy music and games
Camp Sweden is supported by the Jim and Mary Lou Widstrom Honorary Fund
Cost of Camp Sweden is $100 for Swedish Historical Society members and $125 for non-members. Please fill out a registration form for each child attending camp and indicate which week the child will be attending. Please reserve your spots early, as space is limited per week! All payments and registration forms are due by the first day of camp. Children must also register for the entire week of camp.
We are very excited to introduce this year's camp leader! Emeli Jansson is a Swedish native currently living in Gothenburg. She is a self described enthusiastic, playful teacher who loves singing, dancing and theater. Emeli has experience working with children and will bring her adventuresome spirit, education, and work experience to Camp Sweden in 2012 &2013. She received her International Baccalaureate degree in 2007, and has gone on to further study art, culture and drama. We are thrilled to have her enthusiasm to enhance the camp and add the element of theater. She loves meeting new people and is excited about the opportunity to come to Rockford and share her Swedish culture in a fun, engaging children's day-camp adventure.
Reserve your child's spot at camp today!
What Our Visitors Are Saying
" Came to Midsommar and we had a blast! We loved dancing around the maypole, eating our fill of Swedish pancakes and making hair wreaths!