Summer camp in Cleveland, Ohio, designed to offer school-aged children an opportunity to learn about Latino culture through music, dance, art and language.

Camp 2020 Details

MI PUEBLO CULTURE CAMP HAS BEEN ALTERED DUE TO COVID-19

Information for the 2020 Virtual Camp Experience coming soon.

Mi Pueblo Culture Camp 2020
Location: Forest Hill Presbyterian Church, 3031 Monticello Blvd. (corner of Monticello Blvd. and Lee Rd.), Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118;
Phone: (216) 321-2660.
Dates for Set-up: Saturday, June 20, 9-12 noon; & Sunday, June 21, 12-2 p.m.
Dates for Camp: Monday through Friday, June 22-26, 2018, 9:30 am-4:00 pm each day (please be prompt!). We recommend arriving 15 minutes early on the first day of camp. On Friday, we have an early release so students and families can rest before Fiesta on Friday night.
Fiesta: Friday night, June 26, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., at Forest Hill Church. FREE for all!

Camp Classes:
Day Care – The day care children follow their own schedule as determined by the Coordinator and volunteers.
Homerooms – PreK-Kind. attend most classes; 1st-2nd-3rd; 4th-5th; 6th; 7th-8th attend all classes (i.e. games, crafts, Spanish, music, dance and culture).
Volunteers in Training (VITs) – teens entering 9th grade are called VITs; they perform volunteering/training part of each day; attend 5 classes (Games, Music, Dance, Culture, Spanish).

Camp fees in 2020 (No additional fee to attend the Fiesta):
-Campers (K-6th) & Senior Campers (7th-8th) – $220/child.
-Campers of parent volunteers (must volunteer all 5 days) – $180/child.
-Campers of members of Planning Committee – $140/child.
-Volunteers-in-Training (entering 9th grade) – $150.
-Day Care – $60/child for the week or $12/day.
-Teen Volunteers (10th grade and older) – $100/teen.

These fees include all Camp activities and classes, a hot lunch and morning snack each day, a t-shirt, Recipe Book, and a take home gift for each child each day. Registration materials are sent out in March each year.
Sponsor: Mi Pueblo, the summer Culture Camp for adopted children from Latin America and their siblings, is sponsored by Concern for Children, Inc., an Ohio not-for-profit corporation, which is a parent support group for adoptive families. Visit www.concernforchildren.org for more information. ALL CAMP FAMILIES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO BECOME MEMBERS OF CONCERN FOR CHILDREN, INC.

This year’s Fiesta will be held once again at Forest Hill Church, the site of the Camp, on Friday, June 26 from 7:00-9:00 p.m., including the annual Camper Fiesta show, raffle, silent auction, entertainment and a tasting of foods from the Camp kitchen.