Abington, MA Summer Camps

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Chickatawbut Hill Summer Camp
Milton, MA 02186  
Arts And Crafts, Backpacking, Camping
 
 
Camp Pembroke
Pembroke, MA 02359  
Arts and Crafts, Ceramics/Pottery, Dance
 
 
Blue Hills Summer Camp
Milton, MA  
Arts and Crafts, Community Service
 
 
Handi Kids
Bridgewater, MA 02324  
Boating, Computer, Counselor Training (CIT)
 
 
Maplewood Country Day Camp
South Easton, MA 02334  
Arts and Crafts, Boating, Challenge/Rope
 

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About Abington, MA

Abington is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States, 20 miles southeast of Boston. The population was 15,985 at the 2010 census. Abington was first settled by European settlers in 1668. The lands included the current towns of Bridgewater, Rockland, Whitman, and parts of Hanover. The town was officially incorporated in 1712, having been named six years earlier by Governor Joseph Dudley as a tribute to Anne Venables-Bertie, Countess of Abington, Cambridgeshire, who helped him secure the governorship of the colony from Queen Anne. During the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the manufacture of boots and shoes was its primary industry, with nearly half of the footwear provided for the Union Army during the Civil War being provided by Abington factories. In 1874 and 1875, the towns of Rockland and Whitman, respectively, separated and incorporated as towns. In 1893, the town was the site of a riot between town constables and workers from the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, over the town's rights to build a streetcar line that crossed the railroad's tracks. The town eventually built the line, and as a "peace offering," the railroad built the North Abington Depot building, which was built in the style of H. H. Richardson.




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Mungion Party at Summer Camp - Sparland, IL
MUNG FORCE! We are playing Summer Camp this year and need YOU there with us. We are calling all troops to come out and shake your booties! We have lots of special hijinx going down and can't wait to show Summer Camp what we do! We need all of you beatuful people there with us so come out and rage. Please invite your posse to our set so we can make this one to remember! Lets get weird. (Not sure what day/time yet but we'll post it as soon as we find out)