Throughout the years Waycross has established wonderful relationships with many groups and organizations. Here you will find descriptions and links to some of our great partners.
American Camp Association
The American Camp Association (formerly known as the American Camping Association) is a community of camp professionals who, for over 100 years, have joined together to share our knowledge and experience and to ensure the quality of camp programs. Because of our diverse 9,000 plus membership and our exceptional programs, children and adults have the opportunity to learn powerful lessons in community, character-building, skill development, and healthy living — lessons that can be learned nowhere else. Check out their website here.
Brown County Art Guild- Fine ART CAMP
Fine ART campers will discover Brown County's surrounding natural beauty & the unique character that has inspired world-class artists for over a century. Presented by award-winning members of the Brown County Art Guild, daily art sessions will focus on Drawing, Watercolors & Oils. Hike outside with sketchpads, paints & easels for "Plein Air" painting instructions, along with daily studio sessions and instructor demonstrations. Whether the camper is experienced or wanting to try a new medium for the first time, personal attention, support and encouragement will be given to each camper at their level of ability. Included in the price will be a complete art kit for each camper to use for the week and then take home. Campers will also take a guided field trip to the area's galleries & museums, ALL the while exploring & enjoying the many other Waycross summer camp activities: swimming, canoeing, creek hikes, climbing wall & zip line, archery, mountain biking, camp fires and camp songs and so much more! For more information click here.
Early Music in Motion
Early Music In Motion (EMIM) is a non profit 501(c)3 organization founded in September of 2005. Our mission is to develop high quality musical experiences for Indiana communities under served by the arts. We strive to build awareness about the historical, cultural and social contexts of music, and make the music of the past accessible and relevant for our own present time through interdisciplinary early music educational programs, workshops and live performances.
Episcopal Camp and Conference Center
Episcopal Camps & Conference Centers, Inc. is an organization that helps all camps, summer programs, retreat centers and conference centers in the Episcopal Church of the United States. In December of 1989, ECCC, "Episcopal Camps and Conference Centers" came into being. We were incorporated in May of 1990 as a nonprofit organization for religious, charitable and educational purposes. Click here for their website.
INDIANA PLAIN AIR PAINTERS
They are dedicated to the education of Indiana plein air painters and their supporters as well as the reawakening of an appreciation for Indiana landscape painting based on its rich history. Check out their website here.