Meet us in Darien at Darien High School to learn more about the Fleur de Lis program and why we may be a good fit for your family. More info here.
Meet us in Westford at the Raye-Horton Family home to hat with campers, camper parents, and learn about the FDL experience!. More info here.
Meet us in Newton at Bigelow Middle School to learn more about the Fleur de Lis program and why we may be a good fit for your family. More info here.
Meet us in Dedham at Avery Elementary School to learn more about the Fleur de Lis program and why we may be a good fit for your family. More info here.
Meet us in Bedford at the St. Michael Parish Center to learn more about the Fleur de Lis program and why we may be a good fit for your family. More info here.
Meet us in Milton at the Schewe Family home to hat with campers and learn about the FDL experience!. More info here.
Join us at Kimball Farm in Westford, MA to meet staff, fellow campers, camper parents, and the greater Fleur de Lis community. We offer a free ice cream to those in the FDL community to attend, so if you’re looking to get together with camp friends and want a tasty treat, we’ll see you there!
This year, we will celebrate our 7th Lady Nurse Service Day event. We remember the service, fellowship, and love that Lady Diane Haessler—Lady Nurse—gave to camp and to generations of campers. We’ll start at 10am, provide lunch—hot dogs!—and finish by 5pm or when we’ve finished our projects!
Check-in is between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Please refer to the Parent Guide for details; check-in will NOT start until 1:00 pm promptly.
Pick-up is between 2:30 and 3:30pm. Please refer to the Parent Guide for details.
There is a traditional camp ceremony called Coronation for the camp Queen to re-affirm the values of camp—integrity, loyalty and service. Families wishing to attend should arrive by 11:00 am and gather in the Hemlock Grove. Campers will arrive in a choreographed fashion.
After the ceremony, campers are welcome to meet and mingle with their guests over a picnic lunch and participate in camp activities until 4:00 pm. If families choose not to attend the camp Coronation ceremony, please plan to arrive at 12:00 pm.
Friday, July 20th and Saturday, August 11th are the nights for our traditional Senior Banquet. If you choose to join us, we invite you to come for sweets on the Camp Director’s porch followed by the play and campfire. The sweets reception begins at 7:00 pm. The play begins between 7:30/8:00 pm with the campfire ceremony immediately following the play, and often ends between 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm.
On Saturday, July 21st and Sunday, August 12th Closing Days, parents should arrive at camp to pick up their camper between 9:30 am and 11:00 am.
For our Opening Days, we ask that you arrive between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Please do not arrive before 1:00 pm—we will NOT start check-in until 1:00 pm. Our staff is eating lunch and finishing final preparations for your arrival. You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and use the camp lawn for your lunch, however, to be fair to everyone check-in will not begin until 1:00 pm.
Two (2) week campers checking out on Saturday, July 8th and Saturday, August 4th Closing Days, parents should arrive at camp to pick up their daughter between 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm; this is after lunch and morning classes. Check-out is during rest hour; your camper will be able to say goodbye to her friends before they continue on to afternoon activities.
Campers will participate in a special banquet dinner followed by a play performed by the Senior Field, after which the closing campfire awards ceremony will take place.
Check-out begins at the Farmhouse to close your camper’s incidental account, find out about next season’s camp discounts, and check Lost & Found. If your camper came to camp with any medications, please stop by the Health Center to collect them.