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Girls Day Camp

Girls Day Camp

Six one-week sessions 
June 24–28  
July 1–3 (no camp July 4th and 5th) 
July 8–12 
July 15–19 
July 22–26 
July 29–August 2

9 a.m.–3:45 p.m. 
Rising 1st through rising 6th graders 
$550 per session ($395 for July 1–3) 

What to bring: Comfortable clothing, sneakers, bathing suit, towel, goggles (recommended), water bottle, snack and lunch with a drink, hat, sunscreen (labeled with name), change of clothes (optional). 

A Landon Summer treasure for 30 years, Girls Day Camp (GDC) provides a structured and supportive environment that builds self-esteem and fosters lifelong friendships. Mornings are focused on a variety of activities including daily free swim, sports, dance, archery, arts & crafts and more. Afternoons are all about Clubs! GDC Clubs give the girls an opportunity to choose their own activities in order to further explore their interests. Clubs change weekly throughout the summer and may include activities such as lacrosse, cooking, jewelry making, and even circus fun! Girls sign up for two clubs of their choice on a weekly basis and participate during the last two periods of each day. Weekly assemblies and spirit days also give the girls opportunities to showcase their creative personality. Campers are grouped by age and friend requests will be accommodated when possible. 

GDC 2024 Schedule

GDC 2024 Special Events

Meet our Staff:

Alejandra Farias, Co-Director

Ally began working at Girls Day camp as a teacher in 2017 and has been back every year since. She taught arts and crafts along with various clubs such a STEM and American Sign Language. Ally graduated from Towson University with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. During the school year, she is a 3rd grade teacher at Woodlin Elementary School. Ally's favorite part of camp is the people. She loves working with the Girls Day Camp staff and getting to see campers having fun and making friends!

Fun fact: Ally loves to travel! She's been to 10 countries and hopes to keep adding more to her list!

Kelly Tappis, Co-Director

Kelly is excited to start her 2nd year with Landon Summer. She is a Montomgery County native with over 12 years of teaching experience. During the chool year, she teaches special education in grades K-5 at Woodlin Elementary School. Kelly has a bachelor’s degree from Townson University in early childhook education and a master’s degree from Towson University in special education. 

Fun Fact: Kelly is a huge Maryland basketball fan and goes to every home game! 

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