Week 1 (6/21-6/24):  Habitats
We all know that fish love to swim and birds love to fly, but the sky and the ocean are only two among the many habitats that exist on our precious planet.  Perhaps with a little help from representatives of each habitat, we might learn a little more about what makes them so wonderful and what happens when the delicate balance nature has created is turned upside down!

Week 2 (6/27-7/1):  Castles
When an unusual object is discovered within the kingdom, the various guilds must work to figure out what it is and how it could be of use.  But not everyone is looking out for the good of the kingdom, and it may be that whoever dropped this mysterious item will go to any length to get it back.

Week 3 (7/5-7/8):  Alien Planets
Calling all Sci-Fi fans!  Representatives from the Intergalactic Federation of Planets are making their way to Princeton, NJ and we want YOU to be there to join them.  Learn about these unique alien planets and share the culture and customs of your own homeworld, whatever they might be.

Week 4 (7/11-7/15):  Fairy Tales
Once upon a time, fairy tale characters recognizable and obscure gathered together in the woodland realm of Princeton Friends Summer Camp to tell their stories and settle their differences in this brand new weekly theme!  But what will happen when there is only one Prince Charming amidst several princesses?  Or when the three little pigs and Little Red Riding Hood together confront the big bad wolf?  We cannot say for sure, but we certainly hope this tale has a happily ever after!

Week 5 (7/18-7/22):  Witches and Wizards
Hocus Pocus!  Marlin the Mediocre and Morgana La Fay are back to cast some spells and learn a bit more about the different schools of magic practiced at PFSC.  From magical sports to transfiguration to potion-making, it’s sure to be a magical time!

Week 6 (7/25-7/29):  Music
Long-time camp special guests Timmy and Suzy are back to expand our horizons by introducing us to the hottest genres, artists, and songs from their favorite playlists.  You likely won’t have heard anything like it before (trust us).  So warm up those vocal chords and add Music Week to the queue.

Week 7 (8/1-8/5):  Superheroes
Calling all superheroes!  Despite our work last summer to rid the camp of one of the greatest super villains it has ever faced, it seems the Phantom Camper is still at large and more determined to take over than ever.  The Director is calling upon the aid of superheroes, sidekicks, and heroes-in-training alike to band together to find and stop the elusive Phantom Camper once and for all.

Week 8 (8/8-8/12):  Greek Gods
Ares and Athena are at it again, settling their mighty squabbles as only the gods of Mount Olympus can: Olympic games!  But who will side with Ares and who will side with Athena?  And who will prove the more mighty sibling?  Come join us on Mount Olympus for an event you won’t want to miss!

Week 9 (8/15-8/19):  Pirates
Mayhem has struck the Spicey Seas!  Captain Little Beard’s treasure has gone missing and he needs the assistance of the Pirate Council to find and restore his precious gems and doubloons before they are lost to the briny sea for good.  So grab your parrot and your pegleg (leave your swords at home please) and set a course for Pirates Week!

Art Camp
Our Art Camp program will explore various mediums, styles, and artists inspired by the weekly theme.

Drama Camp
Drama Campers will write, rehearse, and perform a play in one week, using the weekly theme as a starting point.

Kungaloosh! Camp
Kungaloosh! Campers will work together to create costumes, props, and special Village projects while role-playing characters in Community and around camp.  This is a program intended for veteran campers who wish to more-fully immerse themselves in the theme.
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