Little ones love animals? Camp Critter is for them

BEDFORD – The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire is offering Camp Critter, a week-long, day summer camp for children ages 7-11. Camp Critter is geared toward children who love animals.

Camp sessions cover responsible pet ownership, safety around animals, dog bite prevention, animal behavior, wildlife and more. Each day the schedule changes to include crafts, games, guest speakers and other activities.

Camp Critter runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for six weeks. Summer dates are July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27, July 30-Aug. 3, Aug. 6-10, and Aug. 13-17.

Campers are asked to bring their own lunch, snack and drink and each camper receives a camp T-shirt.

Space is limited so reserve today. For more information about the camp sessions, visit www.rescueleague.org. Contact Gwynneth MacKenzie at 472-3647 or gwynneth@rescueleague.org to register your child for Camp Critter.

The ARL is at 545 Route 101 in Bedford.

Camp Critter is also offering a day camp for children ages 7-11 during April school vacation, April 23-27. Call the ARL for space availability.

The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in 1904, with the mission to protect, rescue and adopt animals to the public. The ARL receives no federal, state or United Way funds for support and is solely dependent upon fundraising events and private donations to support its cause.

Little ones love animals? Camp Critter is for them

BEDFORD – The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire is offering Camp Critter, a week-long, day summer camp for children ages 7-11. Camp Critter is geared toward children who love animals.

Camp sessions cover responsible pet ownership, safety around animals, dog bite prevention, animal behavior, wildlife and more. Each day the schedule changes to include crafts, games, guest speakers and other activities.

Camp Critter runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for six weeks. Summer dates are July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27, July 30-Aug. 3, Aug. 6-10, and Aug. 13-17.

Campers are asked to bring their own lunch, snack and drink and each camper receives a camp T-shirt.

Space is limited so reserve today. For more information about the camp sessions, visit www.rescueleague.org. Contact Gwynneth MacKenzie at 472-3647 or gwynneth@rescueleague.org to register your child for Camp Critter.

The ARL is at 545 Route 101 in Bedford.

Camp Critter is also offering a day camp for children ages 7-11 during April school vacation, April 23-27. Call the ARL for space availability.

The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in 1904, with the mission to protect, rescue and adopt animals to the public. The ARL receives no federal, state or United Way funds for support and is solely dependent upon fundraising events and private donations to support its cause.