Their two-week day camps are designed to give children in-depth experiences in their urban environment and local national park. Camp hours are 9 am–4 pm. Check their website for more 2013 info.
Optional Extended Care is available from 8–8:50 am and 4–5:30 pm. Through a rich combination of outdoor investigation, field outings, and fun hands-on projects, campers learn about important ecological concepts and issues.
Mark your calendars for the 2013 Youth Summer Programs at The Walt Disney Family Museum. Our programs are designed to encourage imagination and creative development in a fun and safe environment. Using traditional art mediums as well as the latest computer technology, each program explores aspects of art, animation, and filmmaking through innovative projects and hands-on activities. This summer of memorable adventures is not to be missed!
They are offering 2 kinds of camps:
Animator Boot Camp Summer Intensive
10 days M-F, 9:00am – 4:00pm
July 22 – Aug 2, 2013
Fee: $650 members, $720 non-members
So you think you want to be an animator? Join us for this two-week intensive focusing on how animated films are produced. The intensive will culminate in a film festival and gallery-style showing of projects. Participants will come away with project portfolios and a DVD compilation of their animation work. Supervised program post-care from 4-5:30pm is available for an additional $80.
5 days M-F, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Ages 8- 10
Choose one session:
July 8 – 12, 2013
July 15 – 19, 2013
Fee: $325 members, $360 non-members
The adventure begins when you drop your child off at Sea Trek in Sausalito on Monday morning and ends when we return to Sausalito from our expedition in Tomales Bay on Friday afternoon. Campers will learn expedition kayaking skills while paddling in Tomales Bay along the Pt. Reyes National Seashore. By paddling, camping and playing together they will experience the kind of bonding that can last a lifetime. We camp on remote beaches watching the sun rise in the morning and sitting by the campfire gazing at the stars at night. We'll glide past Tule elk feeding by the shore and see the plethora of wildlife that make this bay their home. Check back soon for more info.
Sailing Education Adventures’ Sail Camp is one of the best ways for children to learn to sail in The Bay Area. It offers intensive instruction on 14’ sailboats, as well as lessons on boat safety and seamanship. And most importantly, Sail Camp fosters teamwork and self reliance.
There will be an open house on May 11, 2013 from 11 am-3 pm.
Sail Camp Basic/Intermediate:
Located at Marin Yacht Club, San Rafael
Session I: June 17-28
Session II: July 1-12
Session III: July 15-26
Session IV: July 29-August 9
Summer Sail Camp is Sailing Education Adventure's primary program for teaching youth sailing to youths during summer vacation. The US Sailing Certified program is based at the calm and protected harbor of the Marin Yacht Club in San Rafael. Click here for more Youth Sailing.
What will your child learn this summer? At Sage, it’s our goal to keep kids thinking, learning, and thriving... and having fun, too. Call for information about 2013 Essential Skills Workshops in writing, reading, math, and study skills, plus one-on-one tutoring customized to your child's needs. Check back soon for more camp info.
Enrollment is now open for Marin Theatre Company’s 2013 Summer Theater Camp for students entering grades 1-12. The three-week full-day camp features morning training sessions with professional theater artists and afternoon rehearsals that culminate in three fully staged performances of either the musical Disney’s Aladdin or an original adaptation of Arabian Nights. The camp runs 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, July 8-25, 2013.
Campers will be divided into groups by age. Groups A (grades 1-2) and B (grades 3-4) will rehearse and perform Disney’s Aladdin Kids, and groups C (grades 5-6) and D (grades 7 and up) will rehearse and perform Disney’s Aladdin Jr. These 30 and 60-minute musicals are stage adaptations of the 1992 Disney animated film. Group E (grades 7-12) will rehearse and perform an original adaptation of the Islamic Golden Age collection of Persian, Arabian and Indian folk tales Arabian Nights. Final performances are fully produced with costumes, lights and sets. Each group also takes developmental specific classes with professional theater artists in improvisation, clowning, costume design and crafts, singing, dance and movement, voice and text, Shakespeare, stage combat, playwriting and directing.
$1,200 per session--Full and partial scholarships are available
Get ready for a sizzling summer of cooking! Join us for a fun week where you will cook in a commercial kitchen, learn from professional chefs, go behind the scenes at a local a farm, restaurant or market and eat local, organic food. At Operation C.H.E.F., we teach youth how to prepare delicious, nourishing meals and inspire them to cook for their family and friends.
New this summer, an Intensive Spanish Camp for students entering 4th – 8th grades. Children will spend each week dialoging with Spanish speakers and are supported by a team facilitating material in history, art, music, and natural wonders of the Spanish-speaking world. Activities include cultural games, arts & crafts, cooking, a real-life Mexican market, as well as weekly swimming, field trips, and lunch preparation. Check back soon for more camp info.