Please review the following information about our celebration of Camp Harlam's 60th year.
Click here to view our Harlam@60 Brochure, including information about the timeline of events and projects and the 1958 Club.
We want you to be a part of this exciting effort to honor Harlam's history while helping to secure its future. You can click here to learn more about the 1958 Club.
We are grateful for the additional support provided by these partners in our efforts to celebrate 60 years at Harlam (this list is being updated regularly and organizational logos and hyperlinks will follow soon):
Adath Amanu-El (NJ), Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple (NJ), Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (MD), Beth Chaim Reform Congregation (NJ), Beth David Reform Congregation (PA), Congregation Beth Ahabah (VA), Congregation Beth Emeth (DE), Congregation Beth Or (PA), Congregation Keneseth Israel (Allentown, PA) Congregation M'kor Shalom (NJ), Congregation Oheb Shalom (MD), Congregation Rodeph Shalom (PA), Jewish Federation of South Jersey (NJ), Main Line Reform Temple (PA), NFTY-PAR Region (PA), Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation (VA), Pinemere Camp Association (PA), Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel (Elkins Park, PA), Shir Ami (PA), Temple B'nai Or (NJ), Temple Emeth (NJ), Temple Har Shalom (NJ), Temple Micah (DC), Temple Rodef Shalom (VA) & Temple Shalom (NJ)
We can't wait for the release in October 2017 of Camp Harlam's first-ever children's book, written by Alex Gelman, Jessica Lee and Adam Zemel, illustrated by Megan Elbaum. And you can be a part of it by adding your own message (up to 140 characters) to the book with a donation of $36. Click here to access the submission form - this opportunity to be a part of Harlam history will end September 19, 2017.
This Shabbat evening can include a camp-style Shabbat service, dinner, and/or song session. We are looking for liaisons/volunteers to communicate with our planning committee throughout the year to help you create a special Shabbat celebration. You will receive support in planning your event, as well as a Shabbat package that will include items created this summer by current campers to help enhance the evening.
Please confirm your participation by filling out our short online form so we can follow up.
On August 13, 2017, we were joined by over 300 friends to enjoy a spectacular day at Camp Harlam. We connected and reconnected to the people and the place that, for so many of us, helped shaped who we are today. Highlights included a ceremony honoring couples who met at camp, fun activities throughout camp, recording of incredible stories for our Harlam@60 podcast project, beautiful dedications of the new Fendrick Commons and Jyl's Office spaces, and much more. Thanks to all who were attendance, and look for photos and videos coming soon!
As part of Harlam@60, we are creating an exhibit in the Welcome Center to honor camp’s incredible history. Our vision for the exhibit is to have a curated collection of memorabilia and photos organized by decade, and we want your mementos to be a part of this archival collection! Click here for more details and information on how to submit items.
Additional Harlam@60 Highlights Include:
- Digital Archive/Camp Museum – Ongoing
- Camp Stories Podcast Series – Ongoing
- Harlam@60 Alumni Birthright Trip – July 3-13, 2017
- Children’s Book Launch – Fall 2017
- Harlam Shabbat Across the World – February 2, 2018
- Harlam Night Out at the Phillies – Spring 2018
- Camp Games Tournament (Including Iguana Ball) – Summer 2018
- Weekend/Banquet at Camp – August 24-26, 2018
More details about these events will be shared soon!
Host a Harlam@60 Pop-Up Event
If you want to host your own Harlam@60 event, we want to help! Fill out our online Harlam@60 Pop-Up Event Form and let us know what you're planning so we can help support and promote your event.
Keep in Touch
Make sure your contact information is up to date by filling out our online form. Please share with other friends of camp so we can get as many Harlamites as possible involved in Harlam@60!