Weekly Camps offered June 18-August 10 We are pleased to bring back our week-long gardening & art programs for youth at the Landmarks Art & Garden Center located at 841 Tiburon Blvd. The Art & Garden Center boasts mature trees, shrubs and plants along with terraced, colorful flowerbeds and beautiful vista points; a perfect compliment to our programs! The program fees include all materials/supplies and trip fees (if applicable). Campers should bring water, lunch, sun screen and wear appropriate clothing for gardening/messy art projects.
This hands-on camp teaches kids about the joys of planting, tending, harvesting, and eating their very own fresh produce. Campers will work as a team to cultivate plots of tasty vegetables, fragrant herbs, and bright flowers. Learn to prepare delicious recipes using ingredients from the garden. From sowing seeds and growing sunflowers to making pesto and fresh lemonade, campers will discover and explore all the magic and wonder of gardening. Whether you're a newcomer or a returning gardener, grow with us this summer!
Cal Individual Girls Basketball Camp is designed for young girls ages 5-13 who want to learn the fundamentals in a fun environment. The Cal Women’s Basketball staff and players will teach shooting, passing, ball handling and team play. Camp will run June 25th-June 28th from 9:00am-4:00pm daily. Cost: $300 Extended care is available until 5:30pm for an additional $50. Enroll now at www.calbears.com/camps or contact Jessica Dolan-Camp Director at 510-642-9448.
Starting June 18 and running through August 17, Roco will once again be offering it’s award winning Summer Dance Program. We will be offering Summer Dance 2012 in both the Mill Valley studio as well as the Fairfax studio. The sessions will be segmented by week, with each unique style of dance being the focus of each week. If you’ve ever wanted to try a different style than what you’re used to…our Summer Program is a great way to test the water.
Super Summer Adventure Camp in San Anselmo is gearing up for another fun filled summer of field trips, swim lessons, art, science and yoga activities and lots more. Our camp is small and known for its warm friendly environment. Our experienced and adventurous staff will once again put on a summer that your child will not soon forget! Located on the spacious campus of Wade Thomas School our headquarters are fully equipped and air-conditioned. Swim lessons take place at Drake High School Pool. Our staff is experienced in Early Childhood Education and most work year-round. They are CPR and First-Aid certified. Join us for the fun!
Summer Digital Arts for Teens: In this class, explore many ways to create artwork using digital tools! Learn to use a digital tablet to draw and paint in the computer, learn to draw using vector based tools, create simple 2D animation, sculpt using virtual clay, and manipulate digital images.
For intermediate and advanced students, topics will include: digital illustration, graphic design, 2D animation & motion graphics, 3D Sculpting, 3D modeling & animation, and digital image manipulation.
A STRONG interest in ART is a must. Curriculum is individualized to each student’s interests and abilities. Returning students welcome and encouraged!
FUN FOR EVERYONE!!! Foam Pit, Waterslides, Jumpees, Prizes, Arts & Crafts, X-Box, Kinect Human, Hampster Wheel, Knitting, Walking; Trips, Cooking, Sports, Science; Bumpers, Field trips, Movie Day, Swimming, Karaoke, Go carts, Wii - FAMOUS ANNUAL FOOD FIGHT!!! Fun Staff!!! Camps are Monday-Friday and times vary (see below).
Art Reactor's 2013 summer digital art classes will be offered at:
401 Miller Ave, Mill Valley
Do you love ART?
Do you feel comfortable on a computer?
Do you want to learn AMAZING new ways to make ART?
Are you a STUDENT entering 4th-12th grade in the fall?
Then Art Reactor is the perfect digital art summer program for you!
Art Reactor is offering half-day, week-long summer classes where you will learn how to create DIGITAL ART.
We provide customized Digital Art curriculum that is designed to sequentially build art and tech skills from beginner to advanced. Because of our small class size of 8 students, we are able to individualize each child’s learning experience based on his or her own knowledge and experience he or she has gained from previous Art Reactor classes.
What does all this mean? This means each time a student takes one of our digital art summer programs, he or she will learn new and exciting ways of creating Digital Art.