JUNE 28-JULY 2

Ahoy Mateys! Get ready to set sail on the most high energy, fun-filled, summer camp in Northern Colorado! During Breakaway: The Lost Treasure, your kids are going to have an awesome time learning about who God is and building lasting relationships through interactive stories, hands on creative art, and adventurous rec activities. It's all happening right here June 28-July 2

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

$89 until April 30
$109 from May 1- May 31
$129 from June 1- June 28

Campers will experience so many fun things throughout the week of Breakaway starting with a high-energy rally in the morning, dancing, singing, and an interactive drama.  Following rally comes art, small group time, recreation, story, and ending the day with a closing rally! Your kids will stay buys participating in different experiences all day long!

CAMP ACTIVITIES

 We have actors and actresses who make the stories each day interesting, interactive, and funny! The stories are based off of the lesson for the week so the campers can continue to learn more about the main theme for camp. Each day is new and filled with even more exciting things happening in the story.

DRAMA
RALLY

Rally kicks off and ends each day of Breakaway! This a time for all the elementary grades to come together, dance and sing with our Breakaway Dance Team, experience the high-production drama and lastly, learn about the outreach project of the year! Each week rally ends in a special surprise that your kid will not want to miss! Parents and families are invited to view rally from the balcony.

RALLY

These aren't your typical school projects. At Breakaway, our creative arts tend to get messy, but in the best, most creative way possible! This is a fun area where the campers get to let out their creativity and maybe even discover an artistic spark they didn't know was there! They don't always have artwork to bring home but we can assure you they will have a blast creating.

CREATIVE ART

Each day, small groups will take time to reflect on the stories they are hearing, discuss questions they might have, and do some fun activities that correlate to the story that day. This is also the best time for them to make new friends!

SMALL GROUPS

 Groups will go out to the recreation field/area where they experience zip lines, obstacle courses, water games, slides and more!

RECREATION

FAQ's

What grade do I register my child for?


Register your child under the grade they completed during the 2020/2021 school year.




I made a mistake on my registration, now what?


Select the wrong age? Wrong child? Please email us at camps@graceplace.org and we will make that change for you. If you enter a new registration you will be charged another registration fee.




What is your cancellation/refund policy?


Registration Fee is 50% refundable if cancelled before 5/31 Registration is nonrefundable if cancelled after 6/1 To cancel a registration and request a refund, email us at camps@graceplace.org Refunds take 14 days to process internally and you will need to allow up to 30 days (for cash payments) or up to 2 billing cycles for credit card payment for receipt of refund. Registration/Processing fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.




Do you offer sibling or volunteer discounts?


We do not offer discounts for multiple siblings or for children of volunteers. We try to keep our overall costs down for all children. We also do not charge our adult and high school volunteers any t-shirt or supply fees. We know many adults are giving up valuable work time to serve at Breakaway. We cannot run these amazing camps without you.




My kid has allergies, what do I do about snacks?


Our camp snack menu will be posted at the registration table at camp and emailed out to families prior to the start of camp. If your child has food allergies, please provide an alternative snack for him/her.




What volunteer opportunities are available?


• Crew Leader – Guide a small group of elementary aged campers through fun Breakaway rotations (Rec, Rally, Art, Story, Small group) • Crew Assistant– Co-guide with your crew lead! • Childcare – Provide care to our volunteer’s infants and toddlers! • Pre-K – Create a mini-breakaway for our youngest campers! Pre-K has the same rotations as the rest of Breakaway and is held in the Outpost • Creative Arts – Prepare to get messy as you create outdoor art • First Aid – Care for our injured list! Nurses preferred. • Recreation – Lead campers through incredible outdoor activities! We are also looking for volunteers to help build and create Pastor Hollis’ vision for rec! • Host Team/Parking – Help welcome and excite our campers and volunteers! • Registration – Assist with camper registration and check in. • Theme/Decor- Build, decorate, or create items to turn our church into a pirate cove! Small groups can volunteer to create items as well! • Set Up/Tear Down and Facilities – Set up on 2 Saturday workdays or mornings before camp. Volunteers can work before, during, or after camp (M-F 12:30-2:30) Breakaway tear down will happen in the afternoon of Friday, July 17 after 12:30 • Story Telling – Make bible stories come to life! • Rally Crew– Production, dancers, actors/actresses (drama requires an audition and several rehearsals)




First day of camp reminders


Please show up 15 minutes early for check-in and please arrive at noon for end of the day check-out. We ask that you have your child use the restroom before you sign them in. Wear your Breakaway t-shirt everyday. In order to get your child off campus each day after camp, you will be required to present your photo id to the small group leader, registration team or security team. “Closed-Toed” shoes are required for ALL participants. Please apply plenty of sunscreen and send a dry towel each day with your child. There is no need to pack a snack as we will provide one for each student. If your child has food allergies we strongly recommend that you provide an alternative snack for them. The parent should give the snack to the child’s leader at the time of check-in. If your child carries an Epi-Pen please have them give it directly to the leader at check-in. The leader will carry it with them throughout the day and call First Aid to administer if necessary.




Campus map and security


Maps will be available at the Registration tent. For the safety of every child, parents are not allowed to walk the campus during camp times. Every volunteer has been background checked and cleared to be on campus with children. Parents are allowed to view the opening and closing Rally from the balcony. You must check in at the registration tent and receive a guest badge.




Can't find the answer to your question?


Email us at camps@graceplace.org