VIOLA CAMP PACKING LIST!
Try not to overpack. Space is limited. Put your name on everything.

Viola

Folding music stand

Any solo music you’d like to play for others, or work on during solo practice time.

A white T-shirt to decorate
A three ring binder. We will hole punch and put the music we are performing to help avoid “…..you dropped your music”

1 roll scotch tape

Pencils

Water bottle-PUT YOUR NAME ON IT. Bring this with you to the church.

Tent (if you’ve been assigned to bring one)

Sleeping bag

Sleeping pad

Pillow

Big garbage bag to store things in case of rain

Camera

Flashlight.

Bug Spray

Sunblock

Folding camp chair

Small recreational items                                                                                                                   (Frisbee, cards, game you think would be fun with a bunch of people)

Clothes – we wear our T-shirts for our final performance.

It WILL be cold at night. Bring something warm. Really. It got down to 37 degrees last year. You might want to pack a hat to sleep in. Or a nice hooded sweatshirt.

Shoes good for hiking

A swimsuit suitable for active beach fun, hot springs and extreme canoeing!

Towel

Toiletries. There are showers! But you will probably also want flip flops…. Hand sanitizer

Any medications you take. I expect you will self-monitor this.

Spending cash. There is a little time most days to hang out in McCall, so if you want a souvenir, ice cream, or a sketchy ceramic kitten from the thrift store, bring money for that. $30 should cover it. Unless you want a McCall T shirt, which run about $25. All of your meals and activities are paid for, including our final day breakfast at The Pancake House!

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2 responses »

  1. Maureen Heflinger says:

    Wondering more about the “modest swimsuit” – can you offer a more detailed description of what this might mean? Thanks.

  2. I fixed it to more appropriately reflect what we’re after: a swimsuit good for active outdoor fun. Think one you can swim in, but also canoe, hot springs, and other activities. Some swimsuits are great for beach lounging, but we do lots of active movement during canoeing, and at our beach time.

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