Wednesday - January 25, 2012 | News
Olympian Julia Clukey is partnering with the Kennebec Valley YMCA to host a summer camp for girls. Julia Clukey's Camp for Girls will be held June 20-30 at Camp KV in Readfield. The 10 day summer camp is designed for girls ages 8-11 as a place to develop self-confidence and a healthy lifestyle. The camp will feature a wide range of activities including swimming, kayaking, hiking, nature walks, field sports, arts and crafts, theater, and music. The cost for the camp will be $299 for YMCA members, $350 for non-members.
Julia Clukey finished 17th at the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games in 2010. She's hoping to compete in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
For more information on Julia Clukey and the summer camp click here: JULIA CLUKEY
"THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE" AT THE PUBLIC THEATRE
The Public Theatre's current production of "The Language Archive" is a charming and thought-provoking comedy that speaks volumes about the most universal, mysterious and insane language of all: the language of love. George is a man devoted to the study of language who can't seem to find the right words to say to his wife. For everyone who has ever struggled with the language difference between men and women, this insightful and compassionate new comedy explores our need to connect, our struggle to communicate, and our search to find the words for what lies in our hearts.
The production runs from January 27th through February 5th.
For show times and ticket information click here: PUBLIC THEATRE
AUTHOR JOHN GREEN ON "THE FAULT IN OUR STARS"
John Green is an award-winning, New York Times best-selling author. His latest book, "The Fault in Our Stars" is available at local bookstores and libraries.
With his brother Hank, John is also one half of the Vlog-brothers, a popular online video project.
For more information on John Green click here: JOHN GREEN
For more information on the Vlog-brothers click here: VLOG BROTHERS
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