Potomac Campers at Summer at WES, held at Washington Episcopal School in Bethesda, enjoyed rides down a waterslide on the school’s field, and trekked on the Capital Crescent Trail to the Bethesda Pool on Wednesday, June 20, to cool off on a day in which the temperatures climbed into the high 90s.
The camp, in its 21st year, offers boys and girls, Pre-K to Grade 8, experiences in studio art, basketball, swimming, karate, robotics, cooking, French, Spanish, journalism, digital arts, beading, science, dance, art, ceramics, day trips to local attractions, and more. William Isola, camp director, can be contacted for more information: 301-652-7878, ext. 2228.
Washington Episcopal School is an independent, coeducational day school for students age 3 to Grade 8. For more information, visit www.w-e-s.org.