In the dark depths of winter, it is especially satisfying (and fortifying) to think about the fun that we can experience with our friends in the summer time. But, even better is to relive perfect memories from times gone by with those friends. This is why the North Country Camps annual reunion is an event that is not to be missed!
Posted: January 10, 2014
Posted: October 28, 2013
Greetings from the far north! Fall moves quickly up here and while it’s not yet Halloween, the leaves are all gone and the high peaks are capped in snow. What a Fall it was though! We had beautiful, warm weather for longer than anyone can reasonably expect at this latitude and, of course, it’s always [...]
Posted: September 19, 2013
Each year, at the end of the summer, Kate and Doug condense that season’s parent bulletins into one document, which we give to prospective families. It’s a great way for them to get a sense for what’s happening at camp over the course of a summer and we thought you all might enjoy seeing this year’s version. It will be a nice trip down memory lane for some of you and perhaps a good link to send to any friends you think might like to join us next summer. Enjoy!
Posted: January 12, 2013
It was so wonderful to see all of you who made it to our annual Camp reunion on January 5th. We had a great time skating, catching up with friends and watching a slideshow from this past summer. We missed those of you who were unable to attend this time, but there’s no reason [...]
Posted: November 14, 2012
We hope that you are all having a wonderful Fall wherever you are in the world. This year has seen a particularly lovely autumn in the Adirondacks, giving plenty of opportunity for hiking mountains, walking in the woods and gathering with old camp friends.
Posted: October 19, 2012
Dear NCC Alumni and Families,
Hello from the beautiful northcountry! It’s a bit chilly today, and the definite flavor of Fall has been in the air these past few weeks. The sky is a deep clear blue, the leaves continue to turn, and there is a dusting of snow on the high peaks.