Located in Rouses Point, New York, Camp Pocket Utopia is a summer camp program for community children where artists and other creative thinkers will be invited as instructors to create a deeper bond between them and the local community.
Focusing on activities like knitting, swimming, ballet, tennis and chess, this summer camp is open to both kids and adults, artists, non-artists, and anyone that wants to get involved and build a deeper connection with their local community.
Camp Pocket Utopia has been given the chance to raise $25,000 from the Pepsi Refresh Project. Please click the link below to read more about the project and vote to help them win $25,000 to fund the camp.
Vote here: http://www.refresheverything.com/camppocketu
(Note: Voting Ends April 30th, 2010)
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