Details about our 2018 Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada are coming soon!
Bring the whole family to the conference! The American Humanist Association is partnering with Camp Quest Southeast to create a fun-filled program for kids of all ages!
Registration for the Camp Quest Kids Program and Child Care (ages 5yo and up) includes adult supervision and fun activities for the following days and times:
Friday: 9:00am – 10:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 10:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Registration is FREE for all children with the purchase of at least one Full Registration or Partial Registration. The deadline for registering is May 13, 2017.
Registration includes meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), morning and afternoon snacks and drinks, and all art and program supplies.
After registration, you will be contacted by Camp Quest Southeast to provide additional details about your child(ren), including allergies, preferences, and emergency contact information.
Children will enjoy a variety of arts and crafts, science, and hands-on activities appropriate for their ages during the conference. From canvas painting to dissecting owl pellets to a creating a beaded story of the universe to movies and board games in the evening plus lots more, children will have a great time experiencing Camp Quest’s signature “Fun, Friends, and Freethought” during the conference.
The Camp Quest Kids Program and Child Care will be overseen by Amy Monsky, executive director of Camp Quest Southeast. Camp Quest Southeast has operated Camp Quest South Carolina for 6 years and is thrilled to offer a brand new location, Camp Quest Natchez Trace, in Mississippi in June this year and Camp Quest Florida tentatively in 2018.
All volunteers have passed strict background checks and interviews, and are familiar with Camp Quest’s and AHA’s mission and values. Questions can be directed to Amy Monsky at 843-291-8248 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nationally, Camp Quest reached a milestone of registering over 1,000 campers last summer! This will be the fifth year that a Camp Quest affiliate has provided a Child Care Program at the American Humanist Association’s annual conference.