The Marin JCC offers a variety of camps for ages 3-16 from June 17-August 16, 2013. They offer arts & crafts, music, sports, swimming, nature and Judaic culture. The JCC offers one week specialty camps: Junior Chefs, Sports Olympics, Art Adventures, Rock On!, Take Flight Chemistry, Lego engineering and many more. They also offer adventure teen programs with camping, whitewater rafting, Santa Cruz Tahoe Adventure, beaches and more.
Devil's Gulch Ranch summer camps are focused around connecting children and young adults to agriculture, nature, outdoor recreation, and our ancestral past. All our camps have capacities of 30 or less with staff to students ratios of 1:5 with some activities being 1:1 and 2:1.
In all camps, the start of each day for all participants is doing routine farm chores. The rest of the day is devoted to learning about agriculture, getting connected to the forest, creeks, and meadows around the ranch, learning primitive skills, doing crafts centered on natural materials, developing skills in archery, atlatl, tomahawk, rappelling or horsemanship. Each day of the week has time for free play or exploration. One day of the week is devoted to a wander in the forest.
The Marin Shakespeare Company is offering a variety of different summer camps: Shakespeare's Stories (ages 5-7); Young Company (ages 8-12); Tennis/Drama Camp (ages 8-14); Classes for teenagers (13+) and a summer intern program.
Future Filmmaker Workshops is hosting our 10th Summer of filmmaking fun. We are offering 5 week-long workshops from July 15th-August 16th, 2013. Our Summer classes are available for entering 4th through 10th graders and are generally split into 2 groups based on age. Each session takes place from 9am to 5pm Monday-Friday for one-week. The all inclusive course fee of $595 provides all equipment, snacks and a finished copy of the movie. Sign up before April 30th and receive our Early Registration Discount!
Blue Bear is offering week-long music day camps in Marin. These exciting adventures in rock, blues, songwriting and more are under the direction of Summer Camp Director and acclaimed Grammy nominated singer-songwriter and music educator Bonnie Hayes. Most camps run from 10 am-3 pm Monday-Friday (unless noted) and include a concert on Friday, typically starting between 4:30-5:30pm. Stay tuned for more info on our 2012 Summer Camps Program.
Cañon Swim and Tennis Club in Fairfax has just the right facilities for an awesome summer camp experience! Their camp includes as much tennis and fun as you can handle, including a t-shirt, and ice cold lemonade daily. Check back soon for more camp info.
Located on the ancient village site of the Coast Miwok, our day camps provide children the opportunity to develop meaningful experiences with Mother Earth while building self-esteem and respect for all our relations. We’ll explore Native American cultural arts and life ways through guided nature walks, making crafts and playing Native American Indian games and target practice using hoop and spears, archery or lacrosse. We conclude the week with an interactive story “How Rabbit Stole Fire” on Thursday and a pot-luck using Native American Indian foods on Friday.
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Dates for 2013:
June 25th to 28th
July 16th to 19th
July 30th August 2nd
Days & Times:
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$275.00 per camper (includes crafting materials and snacks)
Scholarships available for Native American children
Discounts given to campers who sign up for 2 weeks