Pine Point Cooking School offers cooking camps for children ages 9–15 with a Mediterranean emphasis, focusing on quality ingredients and Italian, French, and Greek cuisine. The 4-day-a-week sessions include a Thursday trip to the Marin County Farmer's Market and field trips to local artisinal food producers like Petaluma's Della Fattoria bakery or Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station. Contact Adrianna for questions.
Mill Valley Parks and Recreation offers of a variety of summer camps for ages 3 and up. Some of the camps for the younger ones include: Pre-K Jump Camp and Jump Splash Camp. They also offer a variety of classes for the younger ones that include: soccer, music, swimming and much more. Camps for K-6th grade include: Camp Kaleidoscope offers weekly themes and trips and are 1 week sessions or a drop-in option is available for the day, w/extended care. Splash Camp includes swim lessons and all types of water fun, and trips.
Nike Golf Schools & Junior Camps offers a half-day camp for ages 5–15 and a full-day camp for ages 9–15 at Peacock Gap Country Club in San Rafael. Campers receive three hours of instruction on all facets of the game. Full day campers will also fit in nine holes of golf after lunch (included in camp fee) and receive additional direction on course management, strategy, and etiquette.
McInnis Park Golf Club Summer Camp in San Rafael offers weekly camps for ages 7 and up Monday-Friday with morning and afternoon sessions. Their golf camps cover all aspects of the game. There is a low student: teacher ratio. Camp ends with a graduation BBQ and presentation of graduation certificates.
The Rolling Hills Club will be offering a tennis camp for all ages and levels throughout the summer in June for ages 4 and up. All camps run Monday through Thursday. They offer camps for the beginner to serious players who want to competitively in High School or tournaments.
Children ages six to sixteen learn to take care of horses, groom, saddle and bridle, with riding lessons in the ring and fun horsey games and activities. After careful evaluation, the staff will place each child in the appropriate lesson groups based on the camper's, age and riding experience. Sign-up begins on January 15, 2012.