Global Organization for Divinity to offer summer camps
Two summer camps are being organized by Global Organization for Divinity Houston.
The Focus of the camps will be East Indian culture and spirituality, and they are divided into two age groups. The first youth camp is for children age 9-15; a camp designed for younger children will be hosted for ages 4 through 8. They will be at Houston Namadwaar, 3642 Bailey Ave., Manvel.
Dates for the youth camp are 2-8 p.m. every Wednesday, June 13 through July 25. Planned activities give participants a taste of India’s culture and all-inclusive spirituality while engaging creativity through workshops in photography, Ayurvedic cooking, ethnic Indian art and traditional outdoor Indian games like cricket and kho-kho. Other activities include a field trip, yoga, meditation, inspiring and motivational stories, games, interactive discussions and more.
Cost for the camp is $160 for the entire six weeks or $100 for each three-week segment. Siblings get up to a $20 discount. Children of all cultural and religious backgrounds are welcome to participate. Participants can sign up for the entire six weeks or shorter three-week segments. Healthy snacks and vegetarian dinners are included. Proceeds go to a nonprofit cause and are tax deductible. Registration can be done online at 2012gksummer-youth.eventbrite.com
The two-day camp for younger kids is June 23-24. Activities will focus on Indian culture and spirituality and include music and dance, art and crafts, stories about India and more. The cost is $60 with a $10 discount for siblings. Lunch and snacks are provided both days. Registration for this camp can be done online at 2012gksummer-little.eventbrite.com.
For more information about the camps call 832-515-1251 or email email@example.com.
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