The quarry is important and after cultivating it at home and at your local Basque club, for children from the ages of 10-15 in the US, it’s time for Udaleku (summer camp) organized by NABO, the North American Basque Organizations. The demand is always much larger than spots available. This year the camp will be held in Salt Lake City, organized by the Utah Basque Club. It’s not easy to get in. Registration will take place on Tuesday, March 1 at 6pm (PST). It will fill in just a few minutes.
Salt Lake City, UT. Tomorrow, March 1, is a key day for any parent of Basque-American children between the ages of 10-15 who wish to participate in this year’s Udaleku (July 10-22 in Salt Lake City, UT, organized by the Basque Club of Utah). At 6pm in the event (Pacific Standard Time) online registration will begin. As there is always more demand than available spots, it is possible that is fills within minutes of registration beginning.
This is why parents need to be at the ready. Everything is explained I last week’s Astero.
In order to participate, you have to fill out the registration tomorrow that will be available here. More information about what Udaleku is and how it works is available here
This year’s tuition is $375. Scholarships are available through NABO for those who are unable, or who may have difficulty paying this amount.