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This could be a veggie burger, meatless spaghetti sauce, or eggplant parmesan. What if I require a special diet? If you have allergies or cannot eat certain foods because of dietary needs or religious reasons, you will receive a meal that suits your dietary preferences or requirements. Our medical and kitchen teams are available to speak to you to ensure that your dietary needs are met and accommodated.
Roundup River Ranch is proud to be a peanut, tree nut, and shellfish-free camp. Who will take care of me? We want you to know you are in incredible, caring, expert hands here. You will be taken care of by many committed and trained staff members at Roundup River Ranch. Everyone is at camp to ensure that you have fun, you are safe, and to be your friend. You will have Cabin Leaders who accompany you to all activities and stay with you in your cabin.
You will meet enthusiastic and well-trained Activity Leaders who will lead all camp activities. Where will I sleep? At Roundup River Ranch, you will sleep in one of our six camper cabins with up to 11 other campers who are in your age group. No need to bring a sleeping bag! We supply comfy linens and have incredible mattresses. You may sleep in a standard twin bed or on a bunk bed. There will also be Cabin Leaders and volunteers who will share the cabin with you to provide assistance, support, and friendship.
Will there be adults in the Camper Sleeping Room for all cabins or just as needed? This ensures that campers are able to receive the support they need at all times.
In some instances, when additional medical support is needed, nurses or other adults will provide overnight care in the Camper Sleeping Room.
What will we do for fun at camp? If you can imagine it, we probably do it! Fun is around every corner here. You will do some things with your activity group, some with your cabin, and sometimes you will choose which activities you would like to do and join other campers who want to do the same activity. You usually have the opportunity to participate in all of our activities at least once. Our activities include archery, art, boating, fishing, horses, music, nature and discovery, drama, the challenge course includes our climbing wall and zip lineand many other camp-wide or cabin games and activities.
Throughout the day, you may enjoy time with your cabin, playing games, solving mind puzzles, etc. After dinner, you will enjoy evening programs, such as Carnival Night, campfires, camp-wide games, a scavenger hunt, and more.
What should I pack? First of all, pack your sense of humor. And some good jokes, if you have them. Then the three most important other things to bring to camp are a smile, a great attitude, and a readiness to have fun!
For all your other items, a full packing list will be supplied to all accepted campers in your welcome packet, or please click here to view the full list. Click here for details and to register. Paul's School In Concord. This year, we have expanded our schedule with even more winter Wednesday nights. Click here to download the flyer including driving directions.
We'll see you there! Do you care about your local river or stream? Do you want to do more to prevent invasive species infestations?
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You can help stop infestations in their tracks when you become a River Runner. Please click here to learn more. The workshop is free but space is limited so be sure to register soon.
How can we make it better? An expanded schedule with even more winter Wednesday nights. Bug Nights are over—for now March 26, The good news is that last night, Bug Night People finished all of the specimens for this year.
The bad news is there will be no Bug Nights for the rest of The Bug Night people sorted, counted, and identified all of the specimens collected by the Rock Basket People in the fall of Fear not, we will start again in January Thank you to everyone who participated and a huge thank you to St. Paul's School, who graciously hosts us every Wednesday evening in their beautiful laboratory, classroom, and lecture hall.
If you are interested in Bug Nights next year or the field work this summer, please visit www. Please like and follow us to access exclusive news and other fun information.
Bug Nights are front page news January 30, The Concord Monitor thought it would be interesting to come to Bug Nights and see what all the excitement is about. See their front page photo essay by clicking here. Better yet, buy the paper today. Gimme Green Film Screening and Experts Panel February 20, Gimme Green is a humourous look at the American Obsession with the residential lawn and the effects it has on our environment, our wallets, and our outlook on life.
This twenty-seven minute film will present a variety of viewpoints on this issue and show how homeowners, real estate professionals, and landscapers are involved. After the film screening a panel of experts will provide their reactions and viewpoints with time for attendees to ask them questions. Click here to register. Bonus Bug Nights With more dates than ever before. Now you won't have to worry about what to do on Wednesday nights at least until May and maybe even later.
Click here to download the flyer new dates not included for driving directions. Now you won't have to worry about what to do on Wednesday nights until June. Paul's School on May 7, Posted April 18, Please click here for event details and to register. Space is very limited for this special event. Bug Nights are on! January 16, It's back for its seventeenth year! Bug Nightsis scheduled to begin on January Download the "flyer" here. For further information and to register please click here.
Bug Nights volunteers finish all identification for the season May 15, For the first time since the program started inBug Night volunteers finished all of the summer sample identification.
They will be treated to the traditional "last supper" at 6: Bug Nights held over by "pupular" demand May 1, Volunteers just can't get enough and didn't want to call it quits last week. Bug Nights are extended through May on the 2nd, 9th, 23rd, and 30th. February 13, Sincevolunteers including anglers, students, teachers, paddlers, and others interested in the health of the Upper Merrimack River and general river ecology have enjoyed learning about these fascinating creatures and what they tell us about water quality.