Spring Break Camps

Steve & Kate's Camp Presents Its First Ever Spring Break Camp at Bacich Elementary School

March 17, 2016

Steve & Kate's Camp Spring Break CampMarin Mommies presents a sponsored article from Steve & Kate's Camp.

Steve & Kate's Camp, the local award-winning children’s day camp known for its guiding philosophy of letting kids decide their own activities, is piloting a Spring Break Camp for the first time this April. The camp offers six creative studios: film, coding, music, style, dance, and breadmaking, through which campers have the ability to express themselves freely in a world liberated from adult judgment. “It’s not our job to dictate what the story should be,” Steve Susskind says. “It’s our job to help them tell their stories.” 

Februrary Shipwrecked and Treasure Hunts Camp at the Bay Area Discovery Museum

February 6, 2012

Looking for something to do for your child during February winter break? The Bay Area Discovery Museum still has a few openings for their Shipwrecked and Treasure Hunts camp, February 22–24, 2012 from 9 am–3 pm.

Have your child age 4–7 spend three exhilarating days living the life of a sailor in this exciting camp. Experience the delights and hardships of a sea-faring life; make maps, sing chanteys, dig for artifacts and treasures from mysterious lands, and discover weird sea creatures.

Head to Sea with Voyage Camp on the Schooner Seaward

March 8, 2011

Call of the Sea's schooner SeawardSpend some time at sea this summer! Call of the Sea, an educational non-profit based in Sausalito, is offering a Voyage Camp designed for students ages 12–18 to take part in three- and five-day summer sea voyages to explore the waters of the San Francisco Bay and Beyond!

These three-and five-day overnight seagoing adventures challenge and teach teenagers the ways of the ocean. Under the guidance of a professional captain and crew, students learn to sail a classic sailing vessel as a team. Dependent on weather, wind and tide instead of social pressures and electronic entertainment, they gain an appreciation and respect for the ocean environment. All participants will learn steering, navigating, standing watch, and helping in the galley as students become one with the rhythm of a ship at sea.

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