Hanukkah Gift Guide for Your Favorite Camper

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Presenting: Hanukkah gift suggestions, Canteen-style! Although we have a few cold months to get through before we reach our beloved camp season, these gifts are tailored for the camp lover throughout all seasons. From sleeping bags to camp music albums, we’ve got you covered.

You should also check out our Hanukkah Basics Shopping Guide and our “Shalom, Y’all!” Southern & Jewish Gift Guide! 

This
Retro Shalom Love Peace Symbol Water Bottle
 ($9.99) has an easy-flow drinking spout and a cute design for your favorite camper or counselor.


camp

Any baseball mensch will love this handcrafted 
Map of Jerusalem Collector Baseball
 ($20) which is handcrafted, and will sit nicely on any desk.

 


Copy of jerusalem

Teach your young one the concept of tzedakah early with this creatively designed
Soccer Ball Tzedakah Box
($10.95)


Copy of soccerb

Got baggage? We have a
Guilt Trip Luggage Tag
 ($19.99) for the person in your life who gets the most shpilkes when traveling.


guilty

Let’s take it back to the 80s with the ultimate celebration of Jewish summer camp:

Wet Hot American Summer on DVD

 ($9.14).


wethot



Camp Songs

 ($16.39) by the Ben Perowsky Trio is a jazzy, folk version of traditional prayer melodies of summer camp youth.


campsongs

For both your novice and expert crafty friends and family to use on the bunk porch, or during winter nights at home:
Jewish Threads: A Hand’s-On Guide to Stitching Spiritual Intention into Jewish Crafts
($13.87).


jewthreads

For outdoor camping or home sleepovers, this
TETON Sports Trailhead Sleeping Bag
($61.06) has heavy duty quality and a sporty, fashionable look.


SLEEPINGBAG

Send a
Hanukkah gift basket
 ($94.99) to your kid’s favorite counselor. Because…babka!


hanpelg

These
Thermal Wool Socks
($8.70) are ideal for cold winter days or while playing sports.


sockz

We hope this guide brings you back to your youth–or reconnects you with the warm spirit of camp until next summer. Happy Thanksgivukkah!

Posted on November 8, 2013
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