Adult summer stay designed for June
March 22, 2018 - summer camp
ENID, Okla. — Summer stay has been a tack for kids for decades, and in new years, summer stay programs for adults have been popping adult around a country.
In June, Enid eventuality coordinator Tammy Wilson is hosting Kamp Kooksamongus — Grown Up Summer Camp in Oklahoma.
“As distant as we can tell, we are a usually ones in Oklahoma doing this. It’s a initial time yet we’re flattering vehement about it,” Wilson said. “Camp was always one of my favorite things to do as a kid, and we have always wished we could do it as an adult. I’m certain nostalgia is partial of it, yet it was also a easier time, and as adults we get held adult in a daily idiocy and don’t take time to stop, rest and regroup really often, so we wanted to put this eventuality together to give grown-ups that desired stay as a child a possibility to relive a good times, or give people that never got to go as a child a experience.”
Since a eventuality is for adults who have jobs that are tough to get divided from, Kamp Kooksamongus will be from 5 p.m. Jun 7 to noon Jun 10 during Dancing Deer Lodge in Stillwater.
“Even yet it’s not a full week, it’s packaged with all a same things we desired about summer camp,” Wilson said.
Activities embody a trivia challenge, a 1980s themed dance, a stay talent show, morning meditation/yoga, margin day games, group competitions, swimming and humanities and crafts.
The stay is co-ed and open to anyone over 21, as there will be ethanol allowed.
“It is grown-up summer camp, after all,” Wilson said. Though a stay is co-ed, women and group will berth alone in tents only like unchanging camp.
Kamp Kooksamongus is $250 per chairman and includes 3 nights of camping, all meals, stay T-shirt, humanities and crafts, all stay activities, games, swimming, print booth, campfires, dance/party, s’mores and Hippie Juice, that Wilson describes as a unqualified summer stay adult beverage.
There are installment skeleton to compensate for camp.
Wilson pronounced organizers will top enrollment during 50 participants, so she encourages anyone wanting to pointer adult to do so as shortly as possible.
Information can be performed during www.enidevents.com, by job (580) 402-6732 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Compiled by staff for the Enid News Eagle, a CNHI News Service publication.