2014 Etheraz Heroes Academy Summer Camps
Have you ever wanted to seek treasure and un-cover secrets of the universe? Battle brutal bandits, gruesome goblins and unworldly undead and slay dragons? Find your way through the dungeon and claim the ancient treasure? Now you can in a interactive theater world armed with sword and sorcery. Become the Hero you have always dreamed of? Find the Philosopher stone and save the world or let the shadow of the great conjunction fall upon the lands of Etheraz forever!
LARP Adventure Program is a combination of theater, martial arts and costume/prop/stage design combined with critical thinking, creative problem solving and community leadership skills. Come see and participate in the finely crafted interdisciplinary experience of the LARP Adventure Program.
LARP Adventure Program LLC, Etheraz Events and Camps vary from beginner to advanced players designed for girls and boys entering grades 5-12 interested in training and playing in a community live action role playing environment. We also offer a CIT program as well as internships.
Focus is primarily on the technical and tactical aspects of playing LARP at the professional level while learning an integration of interdisciplinary skills in multiple intelligence learning environments, to develop 21st century skill sets. We deliver our values of self empowerment through a curriculum based on Theater, Martial Arts, and Expressive Arts.
The Event / Camp is lead by certified instructors and assistant instructor of LARP Adventure Program with 4 plus years of experience in the program
In addition to player character development, the Etheraz offers game managements skills and personal development tools for a successful life.
Under the direction of professional strength and conditioning coaches, speed and agility training will be included in daily practice for all players.
A certified First Aid and CPR staff is on the event / camp site 24/7. All staff is CORI checked.
Educational and team building sessions will be offered and will include analysis of play, nutrition education, mental training techniques and empowerment workshops within the event.
2013 Field Trip to Harbor Islands
Grades entering 6-9
July 7-11 Arlington MA, Ottoson Middle School, through Summer Fun
July 14-18 Arlington MA, Ottoson Middle School, through Summer Fun
9am-4pm at the Ottoson Middle School, 63 Acton St, Arlington MA
Price: $350.00 per week plus $35.00 aerial fee per week. Sign up here: http://www.arlingtoncommunityed.org/youthprograms.html
Grades entering 5-12
July 27 – Aug 1: Etheraz Heroes Guild Summer Camp / Event WEEK 1
Aug 1- Aug 3rd: Etheraz Heroes Guild Summer Camp / Weekend A
Aug 3rd – Aug 8th: Etheraz Heroes Guild Summer Camp / Event WEEK 2
Ye Old Commons, 120 Northside Road, Charlton, MA
WEEK ONLY DROP OFF AND PICK UP:
-Drop off 6-9pm Sunday
-Pick up 12pm-3pm Friday
WEEKEND ONLY DROP OFF AND PICK UP:
-Drop off Friday 3pm-6pm
-Pick up Sunday 3-6pm
SPECIAL Feb 7th to March 7th- Sign up for both weeks and stay the weekend for free (not included is weekend meal plan $75.00)
Early season registration Feb 7 – April 11 discount: $600.00 per week, plus meal plan $165.00. Total: $765.00 per week.
Early Spring Registration April 12-May 15th: $700.00, plus meal plan $165.00. Total $865.00 per week.
Late Spring Registration May 16th to June 19th: $800.00, plus meal plan $165.00. Total $965.00 per week.
Late Registration June 20- July 18: $1,000.00, plus meal plan $150.00. Total: $1165.00.
At the Door registration: $1,500.00, plus meal plan $150.00. Total $1,665.00- placement can not be assured, you may be turned away at door due to logistical and ratio reasons.
Early season registration Feb 7 – April 11 discount: $240.00 per week, plus meal plan $75.00. Total: $315.00 per week.
Early Spring Registration April 11-May 15th: $300.00, plus meal plan $75.00. Total $375.00 per week.
Late Spring Registration May 16th to June 19th: $360.00, plus meal plan $75.00. Total $435.00 per week.
Late Registration June 20- July 18: $420.00, plus meal plan $75.00. Total: $495.00.
At the Door registration: $500.00, plus meal plan $75.00. Total $575.00- placement can not be assured, you may be turned away at door due to logistical and ratio reasons.
Meal plan 30.00 a day for hot meals from dinning hall, breakfast and dinner. ($165.00 for the week) ($75.00 for weekend) *please bring snacks for lunch, and personal drinks for the week.
Roommate requests in cabins will be honored whenever possible
Mail Checks payable to LARP Adventure Program LLC to 516 E 2nd St #38 Boston MA 02127
Paypal payments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
-all payments non refundable, you are purchasing a ticket to an event. The event will run rain or shine.
You must have filled out a membership form and event form to attend this event. FORMS PAGE
The Dining Hall is an eating facility featuring a large function hall, a kitchen, restrooms, and a shower house. Its seating capacity is 200. It includes as stage, fire place and gaming areas.
Cabins are one-room rustic camp cabins with double-bunks. Their capacity is 5-6 bunks. They feature electricity and heating. Restroom and shower facilities are provided in the Dining Hall in conjunction with its use.
The woods of the camp feature numerous trails over ca. 40 acres and electricity in the woods as well as stages, villages and staged castle within.
Frequently asked question:
Q: What is the ratio of youth to leadership position?
A: Councilor to Student ratio is 1/10
Q:Is there a set bedtime?
A: Bedtimes can be set by parents or not, night events can go till 10-12pm. We are happy to encourage early bedtimes.
Q: Is there a local hospital or ER?
Hospital in Southbridge is 15 mins away from site.
Q: How many youth sleep in a cabin?
A: 10-12 youth per cabin.
Q: How are cabins supervised?
A: Camp Councilor is assigned to Cabin clusters.
Q: Is there laundry on site?
A: Landry services are provided for participants staying both weeks.