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  • What to Bring

    Posted by Chad on March 18, 2023 at 10:06 pm
    • Linens: you will need to bring your own (sheets for a full bed, pillows, and towels).  There will not be sheets available for purchase at the dorm – so be sure to pack them!
    • Music. Campers should have their parts learned and printed before arriving to camp.
    • Concert Dress:  White shirt and black pants or skirt.  Black dress shoes and socks.
    • Formal concert attire for Chamber Ensemble performances
    • Portable Music Stand
    • Comfortable walking shoes
    • Athletic clothes and shoes for outdoor evening activities
    • Spending money
    • Sheets and towels
    • Swimwear for swim night at Callaway House
    • Notebook – pen / pencil
    • Umbrella or other rain gear
    • A check for the balance due for your tuition – this is due at check-in
    Theresa replied 4 hours, 5 minutes ago 2 Members · 3 Replies
  • 3 Replies
  • Theresa

    Member
    May 22, 2023 at 1:05 pm

    Are the music parts that need to be learned and printed available on this site? Or will be emailed soon? Thanks!

    • Chad

      Administrator
      May 22, 2023 at 1:07 pm

      Hi @Theresa

      Music will be made available here. We’ll let everyone know as soon as it’s avaialble. Thanks for checking! @Pasha @Daniel

  • Theresa

    Member
    June 5, 2023 at 7:17 pm

    Soo… this site says to bring “… sheets for a full bed…” which is what my musician brought today. This mom & teen musician had checked the Callaway House website for the floor plans that included full size beds (all of those would have a private bath…) for a what to expect. However, upon arrival today, the assignment was for a room with single beds – so wrong sheets (although totally do-able) plus sharing a bedroom and bathroom (closer living than indicated).

    I guess I am wondering if the adults attending camp were assigned the more private “full bed” rooms and the younger ones the less private (less expensive) because kids? Anyways the living situation is something that needs to be communicated “for real” in the future.