2024 Poetry Camp Registration | WEEK 2

Woodland Pattern's 2024 Poetry Camp will be held in-person and run from June 24–28, 8:30 am–3:30 pm daily. Poetry Camp is completely free. In addition to participating in daily activities, students will receive art and writing supplies, a free lunch and snacks, a printed anthology of their work, and a $100 gift card to Woodland Pattern for books of their choosing. || If you have any questions, please contact Woodland Pattern Education Director Alexa Nutile at alexan@woodlandpattern.org. || SAVE THE DATE: We will be having a Showcase & Celebration on Friday, June 28, the last day of camp, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm. We hope you and your family/family friends are able to attend this event!

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  • If the student has a medical condition or takes medication, please explain. | All medication brought to camp must be in a medicine bottle with a label that includes the student's name, doctor's name & phone number, medication name, and dosage. All medications must be self-administered.
  • Must be different from Parent/Guardian listed above.
  • I will be contacted in the event of a medical emergency. In the event a parent/guardian or emergency contact cannot be reached I hereby authorize WOODLAND PATTERN BOOK CENTER or their appointed representative to sign for care.
  • My child has permission to attend daily field trips.
  • As a condition of my child's participation in Poetry Camp, I hereby release and hold harmless WOODLAND PATTERN BOOK CENTER, all participating organizations, and field trip locations, and all of their respective employees, agents and representatives, from and against all claims, damages and other liabilities whatsoever, including but not limited to personal injury, illness, property damage, or theft which relate in any way to my child's participation in Poetry Camp.
  • I hereby consent that any photographs, video, audio recordings or writing samples of my child(ren) may be used by WOODLAND PATTERN BOOK CENTER for marketing purposes, informing the community, or reporting to funding contributors of Woodland Pattern programs.
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We acknowledge that in Milwaukee we live and work on traditional Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk, and Menominee homelands along the southwest shores of Michigami, part of North America’s largest system of freshwater lakes, where the Milwaukee, Menominee, and Kinnickinnic rivers meet and the people of Wisconsin’s sovereign Anishinaabe, Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Oneida, and Mohican nations remain present. 

We further acknowledge the grave evil colonialism introduced to these lands ​through genocide as well as slavery, and also via racist and xenophobic ​beliefs, laws​, and practices that continue to inflict harm upon Black, brown, and Indigenous lives. We honor those who have lived—and do live, now—at these intersections of identity and experience, and are committed to the active dismantling of white supremacy.

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Milwaukee, WI 53212
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