Centennial Celebration

August 10, 2019 

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Event Schedule

12:45 PM - 6:30 PM

 Parking at Sunset Elementary

1:00 PM - 2:45 PM

 
Swimming and Tubing at Waterfront

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Check-In at Upper Field

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Activities and Buffet Open

4:45 PM

 
Group Photo at TAB

5:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Centennial Celebration in Forum

Centennial Celebration Event

August 10, 2019

It's all FREE! Join us back at camp to celebrate all that GOD has done at SAMBICA in the past 100 years.
Enjoy a gourmet burger buffet by Chef Dale!

Classic Camp Activities:

9-Square GaGa Ball Paddle Sports
Archery Tag Group Game Swimming
Boat Rides Inflatables Trampolines
Flying Squirrel Mini Golf Tubing

 

PLUS - Check out the SAMBICA Museum!
Swimming
Tubing-1
Water Toys
Flying Squirrel
High Ropes
Archery
Archery Tag
Imflatables
Field Games
SAMBICA led group games
Mini Golf
100 Year Logo 2

Centennial Celebration FAQ's 

Yes! All activities, food, and experiences are free. Guests have the option of purchasing SAMBICA merchandise and exclusive items from the camp store during the event.

Parking will be at Sunset Elementary School next to SAMBICA. Follow the signs (and friendly SAMBICA staff) to make the short walk over to SAMBICA. Low mobility parking will be in the gravel lot near the SAMBICA Main Office.

No. Swimming and tubing will be offered from 1:00 - 2:45 PM. SAMBICA will provide areas to change out of swimsuits. From 3:00 - 5:00 boat rides will be available at the waterfront.

Low-mobility parking will be in the gravel lot next to SAMBICA's Main Office, close to all the action. SAMBICA will provide a shuttle for all who would like it from upper camp to lower camp every 15 minutes.
We have many open volunteer spots all of kinds. Contact Natalie Smith at natalie@sambica.com to learn more!
Yes but it is much faster to do so online and avoid the lines!
We will be Facebook live streaming the Celebration Ceremony from 5:15 - 6:00 PM. Be sure to follow along! 
Check out our SAMBICA History page.

SAMBICA Stories

I came to SAMBICA the summer after my 7th grade year. I was un-churched with no Christians in my life at this point. At SAMBICA I heard the Gospel message for the very first time and prayed to accept Jesus as my savior. I now have had the privlege of sending my own children to SAMBICA!

- Emily, camper in 1985

Summer of 1985. I was counselor. We decided to wake all the kids up at 2:00 AM (jr. high camp) and get them to the mess hall for an hour of skits and music. The next morning we denied the whole thing happened. But eventually we had to fess up.

- Sandi, Summer Staff 1985

I used to come to Camp SAMBICA by taking a ferry boat over to the Kirkland area before the bridge was built across Lake Washington.

- Robert, camper in 1946

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