Camp Jabberwocky Turns 65 with a Bash and Big Plans
Louisa Hufstader

The lights were low, the music was funky and party hats were everywhere as Camp Jabberwocky marked its 65th anniversary in Boston last Thursday night.

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Mamma Mia, Here We Go Again, Jabberwocky Has All the Fun
Vivian Ewing
Camp Jabberwocky is famous for taking a familiar story and zapping it to life. Mamma Mia! was no different.
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Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank Donates to Camp Jabberwocky

Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank has donated $5,000 to Camp Jabberwocky, which serves children and adults with disabilities.

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Camp Jabberwocky Goes Back to the Future Like Never Before
Tom Dunlop
Last Saturday evening Camp Jabberwocky performed Back to the Future, a theatrical reinterpretation of the 1985 movie.
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On Stage and Off, Jabberwocky Is All Heart
Paul Remy
The Camp Jabberwocky stage was a small Amish town in Pennsylvania where Dr. Frankenstein set up a laboratory. Using high voltage electricity, he zapped his green creature, Derrick, to life.
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Together on the Beach; Summer Friendships Mark New Partnership
Hannah Smith
Under the late afternoon sun, a group of smiling beachgoers, some from Camp Jabberwocky, others from Beacon Academy, ran into the ocean together.
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Frankenstein Lives, Dances and Sings at Camp Jabberwocky Play
Connie Berry
On Friday and Saturday night at Camp Jabberwocky, Dr. Frankenstein hailed from Pennsylvania rather than Transylvania, and his use of electricity didn’t sit well with the Amish villagers. Welcome to Frankenstein’s Last Dance.
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Students Lead With Stories From the Heart
Nancy Slonim Aronie
Here they come. Three vans full. I’m hot. I’m exhausted. And I’m nervous. Camp Jabberwocky shows up in my meadow every year for a lively session of the Chilmark Writing Workshop.
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Camp Jabberwocky Production Hits the Stage
Camp Jabberwocky has been around for more than 60 years now and summer wouldn’t be summer without its productions. Join staff and campers Friday, July 18 and Saturday, July 19 for Something Frankenstein.
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Callooh, Callay!

In 1953 a few children from Fall River, some in wheelchairs and some wearing braces, clambered off the ferry and found freedom for the first time on the Vineyard. Sixty years later, Camp Jabberwocky is still changing lives.

Officially known as the Martha’s Vineyard Cerebral Palsy Camp, this extraordinary program gives adults and children with severe disabilities a few weeks each year to experience all the joys of summer — swimming, dancing, fishing, parasailing, painting, horseback riding, to name a few.

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