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What are Evening Embers?

Each night during summer camp, after the evening program and showers, the cabin gathers for a time together before going to sleep. These times, which we call evening embers, serve many purposes and forms, such as to create connection, understanding, awareness, character, laughter, history, a sense of family, and a host of other positive ends by being together with these topics, adventures, challenges, and experiences. Such discussions can be brought home and offer opportunities for connection among families and friends, as well as moments of self-reflection and growth for individuals. ‘Embers’ get their name from the close of the day being like the embers of a fire. 

Embers at Augusta
Camp Augusta Embers Archive

Here is an archive of some of our favorite Augusta Embers that can be run from the comfort of your own home. (Scroll to the bottom for the Augusta Embers).

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Whoosh

Enjoy our activities? Make sure to follow along on our Facebook and Instagram pages to see the latest activities from Augusta. Share with Friends A Camp Augusta “Woosh” from Natalie Happy Earth Day friends! Now more than ever, it feels appropriate to share some love and gratitude with each other and the Earth. At Camp...

Rose Bud Thorn

What are Evening Embers? Each night during summer camp, after the evening program and showers, the cabin gathers for a time together before going to sleep. These times, which we call evening embers, serve many purposes and forms, such as to create connection, understanding, awareness, character, laughter, history, a sense of family, and a host...

The Flower Embers

What are Evening Embers? Each night during summer camp, after the evening program and showers, the cabin gathers for a time together before going to sleep. These times, which we call evening embers, serve many purposes and forms, such as to create connection, understanding, awareness, character, laughter, history, a sense of family, and a host...
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