SIMPLY SUMMER
the blog of Summer 365

Happy National Tie Dye Day!

4.29.21 by

Happy National Tie Dye Day! Is your blood type tie dye too? Learn more about our favorite pattern and help us celebrate with a very special collaboration with Live & Let Dye!

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S’more 365 the Campiest Way to Stay Connected

12.12.20 by

We launched a new platform called S’more 365! We know that camp friends are the best friends and now more than ever, it is important to stay connected while we are apart. It is a long off season ahead and we want to help facilitate ways to keep children and campers connected to the camp magic and their (camp) friends. S’more 365 provides access to a curated selection of top notch instructors offering high quality and engaging private virtual electives and experiences for children, teens, and even adults and their “bunk” (this might include their camp besties, home friends, family, mom friends or even work friends!). We have instructors ready and waiting who are able to customize electives depending on the group’s interests and age.

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Camp T-shirt Day: Tuesday November 10th, 2020

10.21.20 by

Save the date this November 10th for one of our most favorite days of the year and possibly one of the best things to happen in 2020! Camp T-Shirt Day is a special day for the international camp community to celebrate and show some serious SPIRIT!

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Trick or Treat: 2 Scary Good Halloween Recipes

10.21.20 by

We’ve got two scary good (and easy!) recipes cooking up in the Summer 365 Canteen from our favorite pediatric nutritionist, Jodi Greebel MS, RDN @greengrownmeals. Get festive this Halloween with a healthy TRICK – veggie jack-o-lantern – and sweet TREAT – chocolate bark.

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Tie dye is everywhere and there is a reason why!

9.11.20 by

Is your blood type tie dye too? Tie dye is such a summer / camp staple and clearly a trend that is not going anywhere anytime soon. But where did it come from and why is it relevant now more than ever? Little might you know, this groovy pattern and quarantine apparel obsession has historical roots.

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