Packing List

General Advice:IMG_7020

Pack light.

Consider shopping at a second hand store and donating your clothes at the end of camp.

A conservative dress code is observed by the Haitians and it will be more comfortable for participants to dress in this style.

Light weight, cotton, quick drying clothing is helpful.

Use a camping back pack to easily carry your luggage.

Include a small day pack to carry personal items at camp.

 

IMG_4324Clothes List:

Shirts – collared polo shirts, or button down are preferred. One long sleeved garment. Light weight fabric is helpful.

Pants/shorts/skirts – Length of shorts and skirts should be close to the knee. Big pockets are useful.

Shoes – sandals and flip flops are comfortable and appropriate.

Sneakers (if you prefer for traveling, but not necessary)

One pair of black shoes for the concert.

Concert Attire – Long black pants or mid-calf length black skirt. The concert shirt will be supplied by the camp.

Linens – sheets, a towel, pillow (if desired)

Note: There is no washing facility for campers but clothes can be hand washed and will dry quickly.

 

Personal Items:IMG_7206

Hair ties

Shampoo and conditioner

Face wipes

Chapstick

Insect repellant

Sun screen

Hand sanitizerIMG_4083

T.P.

 

 

Other:

Small battery operated fan

Small flashlight

Water bottle

Pencil and small sharpener

Instrument needs

Clothes pins (two or three)

Rope for clothesline or a hanger for drying clothes

 

Food:IMG_7200

Protein – “power bars” and nuts (bring enough to have some each day)

Dried fruitIMG_7129

GORP mix

Cough drops or mints

Packets of powdered drink mix

Note: All food should be carefully and securely packed in re-closable storage bags.