Noar-Bogrim - or NOBO, as it’s come to be called - is a program filled with choices for campers. Campers make choices between off-site and on-site activities and will choose week-long specialty activities.
Camper interests and counselor talents shape our week-long activity choices - past offerings that we hope to bring back include Triathalon, a week in the NOBO test kitchen, ultimate frisbee, photography, knitting, Dungeons and Dragons, improv, and campers vs. wild.
Additionally, each group will have the opportunity to go off-site twice a week. These off-site experiences will bring campers to outdoor spaces such as state parks, where they will hike, bike, participate in scavenger hunts, and explore.
Activity choices back at camp will include theme days and everything from swimming to marshmallow dodgeball to cupcake decorating to fishing. So join us! Because EVERY day is a GREAT day at NOBO!
Note About Summer 2022: At this time it is our hope to return to programming that is as close to our pre-Covid program as possible. This would include a return to overnight programming, including a three-day/night off-site overnight for our 9th graders (pending our ability to secure an appropriate host site). Off-site programming days for Noar-Bogrim are expected to increase relative to the number of days we were able to offer during the summer of 2021.
Please note that if overnight programming is able to run, 6th-9th grade alternative programming for those nights/days is available only to campers who attend camp with external support, and would not be able to attend the overnight for health and safety reasons. If you have a camper in this situation, you will want to coordinate with the Director at the time of registration to find out what is and is not available during those dates and times.
If you have any questions about Camp Shalom Noar-Bogrim, please contact Sam Toso at firstname.lastname@example.org.