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LIBRARY HOURS: Tues 9:30am–6:00pm; Weds 1:00pm–8:00pm; Thurs 3:00pm–6:00pm; Sat 9:30am–3:00pm; CLOSED Sun, Mon, Fri


Summer Camp Reading Programs

Thank you for choosing the Guilford Library summer camps! We are all looking forward to another stellar season!


Links to the online registration and the medical form are below, please note space is limited and we can not register your child or hold a place for you until these forms are submitted. 


After we receive your registration information we will be in touch to confirm your place and will keep you updated accordingly.


If you have any questions please reach out to

2024 summer camp reading programs 

Camp for Grades K-3

Grades K–3

Leader: Emma Hallowell

July 15-19, 2024: 9:00am–12:30pm

July 22-26, 2024: 9:00am–12:30pm

The main focus revolves around stories, curiosity, contemplation and exploring in the Weeks Memorial Forest. We will craft and build fairy houses and do long hikes IN the Broad Brook Creek! Truly an epic moment which is shared by all. Last year we discovered a clay deposit and had a great time making sculptures. So much to see when we look around. There are always surprises and there is always nature at helm.

Sound & Stream

Grades 2–5

Leader: Jasmine Bete-Mitchell

July 29 - August 2, 2024


This will focus on listening, global sonic awareness (geography/sounds from around the world), creating “music”, improvising with nature, “songwriting” and beyond. NO musical skills are required and we promise campers will leave with some aural reverberations. Led by Matt Valentine and Jasmine Bete-Mitchell, we are anticipating a harmonically exciting week with earth/space sound.

Stage & Stream

Grades 5–8

Leader: TBD

August 5-9, 2024 


An immersive and inspired workshop based program with a focus on PROCESS. We’ve kept journals, created storyboards, scripts, sets, incidental sounds… of course we’ve developed characters, scenes, monologues, mini-plays along with many many theater games and exercises. This usually blossoms into a performance if the kids are into it at the end of camp. If the “show” happens it’s a fun window into the worlds they’ve created during Stage & Stream.

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