WHFC is pleased to let you know about this event formed by adoptive parents of children originating from Korea to promote cultural enrichment.
Camp Mujigae runs from 6/29/15 to 7/01/15.
Camp Mujigae is a Korean cultural camp with programs for kids from pre-K through high school located on the grounds of Parson Child and Family Center in Albany, NY. We are a volunteer-run organization comprised of dedicated parents, adoptees and friends of the adoption community. Classes are taught by visiting students from Sookmyung Women’s Universtiy in Seoul, South Korea. Camp is open to anyone with an interest in Korean culture and heritage.
Camp 2015 runs from 6/29/15 through 7/01/15. Classes are a single half-day for Pre-K, two half days for Elementary ages and three days for Middle and High School ages. The Middle & High School groups also have the option of being day or overnight campers. There are fun social activities for the overnight campers, who often make friends for life.
Family Day on 6/28/15 which is a free event open to everyone featuring cultural festivities, Korean entertainment and a fantastic meal (for a small fee) prepared by the Korean Presbyterian Church. We also have evening activities for parents; past events have included cooking classes or film presentations by camp alumni. Information and applications can be found on our website at www.mymujigae.org.
**This information is being shared at the request of the camp organizers. Please note this event is not hosted by WHFC.**