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Northern California GAC Party

Northern California GAC Party

Come Whadda with us! Join GAC staff and new and returning GAC families for our Northern California GAC Party! We'll be at Holbrook-Palmer Park in Atherton (150 Watkins Ave.) on May 19th  from 4-6 pm for our Northern California GAC Party. We'll have dinner, carnival games, and panels of experienced campers, camp parents and staff to answer all of your camp questions! RSVP here if you can join us on Sunday, May 19th, for an afternoon of fun, food, and friends!  Read more about our GAC Parties here.

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GAC Party on Cinco de Mayo

GAC Party on Cinco de Mayo

Come Whadda with us! Join GAC staff and new and returning GAC families for our Southern California GAC Party! The party is at the Mark for Events in Los Angeles (9320 Pico Blvd.) on Sunday, May 5th from 4-6pm. We'll have a Cinco de Mayo dinner of tacos and churros catered by Baja Fresh, carnival games, and panels of experienced camp parents, directors, and campers to answer all of your camp questions. RSVP here if you can join us on Sunday, May 5th, for an afternoon of fun, food, and friends!  Read more about our GAC Parties here.

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There’s still space available!

There’s still space available!

Though many of our traditional two-week sessions are full, we still have space in some of our teen programs and specialty camps. For teens, we have spaces in both of our Junior Counselor sessions for boys. We also have space in our second Outdoor Leadership Course, which runs from August 4th through the 17th. You can learn more about the Junior Counselor program here, and our Outdoor Leadership Course here. We also have space in our Mini Camp program, which is a one-week program. Mini Camp is a great opportunity to experience Gold Arrow Camp in a shorter format, or to get a last burst of positivity before you head back to school! More details about Mini Camp are available here.

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Haiku Contest!

Haiku Contest!

At GAC, we love the Poetry Corner. One of our favorite parts of PoCo is the reading of haikus. Haikus are poems that are three lines long, with the first line having 5 syllables, the second line having 7 syllables, and the third line having 5 syllables. So we're going to have a contest! Just send your best camp-related haiku to us (mail@goldarrowcamp.com) by Monday, April 15th. We'll share the best camp-themed haikus on Wednesday, April 17th. Why the 17th? Because it's National Haiku Day, that's why! We can't think of a better way to celebrate haikus than by sharing our favorites, and we can't wait to read your haikus!

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