Six activity sessions each day give campers every chance to pursue their passions. Three periods are taken up by “majors,” or concentrations that stay the same for a full three-week session, and these include classes as varied as learning an instrument or playing in a rock band, perfecting that pirouette in ballet, grasping the art of leather craft or woodworking—even disappearing in a magic class. The remaining periods are used for “minors,” which are chosen each morning. Kids always have the opportunity to try a different skill outside their wheelhouse, work more on their favorite subject or cut loose with waterfront activities like swimming, zip-lining or clowning around (literally, in a circus class). Ages 7–17.