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Two new summer adventure day camps offered through Concordia Language Villages

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Detroit Lakes Minnesota 511 Washington Avenue 56501

Concordia Language Villages is offering two new Adventure Day Camp programs for summer 2014: Les Voyageurs French wilderness adventure and Helvetia, a Swiss program.

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As a Les Voyageurs day camper, participants ages 6-11 will craft, camp, cook, tent, swim, paddle, sing and play, all while learning French.

Each day while at the base camp, participants will learn French in a setting that doesn’t exist anywhere except at Concordia Language Villages.

Climb in the canoe and go on an adventure! Three summer sessions are available: July 7-11, August 4-7 and Aug. 18-22.

During the Helvetia Adventure Day Camp, participants ages 6-11 will live the languages and culture of Switzerland.

Located at Waldsee, the German Language Village, Helvetia Swiss Adventure Day Camp offers a great experience in Switzerland’s three major languages –German, French and Italian – together with exciting discoveries in Swiss culture and cuisine. The program runs Aug. 18-22.

In addition to the new Les Voyageurs and Helvetia Swiss programs, Adventure Day Camps are offered this summer in eight languages: Arabic, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.

The Adventure Day Camps take place at the Concordia Language Villages’ Turtle River site, just 15 minutes northeast of downtown Bemidji.

Programs are day-long (9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.) and run weekly from June-August.

Schedules and age ranges vary by language. For schedules and to register, visit: concordialanguagevillage.org/daycamps or call 800-222-4750.

Concordia Language Villages, a program of Concordia College, Moorhead, has been a leader in immersion language and culture education for more than 50 years and offers one-, two- and four-week residential immersion summer camps in Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Swedish, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian, English and Portuguese.

Sites are located throughout the north woods of Minnesota.

Programs annually attract nearly 11,000 participants from all 50 states and many countries.

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