In a week filled with scheduled bunk activities, Floats offers campers the time to do exactly what this beloved block is named for: to float around the areas of Camp they love!
Campers can participate in floats solo, with friends from their cabin, or with friends from other cabins – it’s an exercise in independence! They also get to choose from a variety of Floats activities.
Floats is a unique time, when campers can visit an area of Camp they haven’t explored yet, or revisit a program or a place that that they loved. During Floats, specialist staff lead different kinds of activities, including drama games, boating on the lake, candle-making or other projects at Arts and Crafts, or games like soccer.
During this time, campers may feel more of a sense of freedom to explore the many aspects of what Camp Tawonga can offer, and perhaps a greater sense of independence as they make the choice of how to spend this time and with whom.
Photos from today
Below, enjoy some photos from the many floats activities today. You’ll also see G-Aleph at the Garden during their salve and bunnies block and G-10 during their “Jews and Tattoos” block.