(it's over now)
Look! Here's a video!Click here for the CFC 61st anniversary Virtual Camp Session
It could look a lot of different ways.
But this is an incredibly unique and special group.
Be open to whatever comes and use your gifts to keep camp alive."
Sheila Wang, 2012
Camp activities include: Chinese arts and crafts, Chinese language and culture instruction, swimming and other sports, evening games, dances, snacks, and many other fun activities.
We have also revived the ancient Chinese art of team body sculpture, as shown in the artistic offering below entitled "Distant Mountain, Falling Water, Some Poems, Don't Have to Rhyme"
The week of Camp concludes with Festival Night ﬁlled with musical performances, skits, songs and lots of laughs!
We have used Festival Night to pursue our long-term project to recover and perform music and lyrics from the dynastic Chinese archives, mostly from those Chinese literati who were able to express their most somber and tragic emotions, often referred to, in American vernacular, as the "Blues."
Recently recovered poetry and musical discoveries include:
Hoping to return to IRL Camp at Cedar Lake Ministries Camp, Cedar Lake, IN