Summer

*Summer Registration Opens February 13th!*

Summer 2023 Camps

Great News: All of our camps are now 4 hours!

Designed to give your 4 to 9 -year-old hands-on learning in their natural environment, our weekly, Monday -Thursday drop-off camps will leave your child wanting more of the outdoors. All camps include: circle time, daily craft or science experiment, yoga class, and a solid 4 hours of outdoor fun with friends. Please pack a healthy snack and lunch, and make sure your child is dressed appropriately for the weather.

Cost: $275(half day)

Please note: No refunds given for summer programs after June 1.

Date: June 27 – 30
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: We’ll be studying our native plants through scavenger hunts, leaf rubbings and salt dough prints, and foraging for berries in the forest.

Date: July 11 – 14
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: What bugs live in our forest? We’ll find out with our bug nets, bug boxes, and magnifying glasses on our daily hikes!

Date: July 18 – 21
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: This fun camp includes studying feathers under a microscope, dissecting owl pellets, making bird feeders, and discovering birds with binoculars.

Date: July 25 – 28
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: We’ll explore our local wetland and all the animals and plants that call it home, in this fun and interactive camp!

Date: August 1- 4
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: Learn to pitch a tent, make a fire, use a compass, go on a (teddy)bear hunt, and cook on the open flame. S’mores and campfire singalongs included!

Date: August 8 -11 Time: 9:00-1:00
Details:  Harvest fruits and vegetables from the farm, make vegetable art, collect eggs and tend to the chickens, and cuddle our goats this week down on the farm.

Date: August 15 – 18
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details:   Nature provides us an abundance of delicious and useful foods! In this camp, we’ll focus on jam making, teas, salads, and salves using plants found here on our campus,

Date: August 22 – 25
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details:  Choose your wand (or will the wand choose you?), and begin your adventure to become a Woodland Wizard! This camp will focus on core wizard curriculum including potions, magical creatures, herbology, and astronomy.
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Date: August 29 – Sept 1
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: Open to children ages 6+. Each day of camp will focus on a different art style using items we find in nature as inspiration.
Date: TBD
Time: 9:00-1:00
Details: We’ll get first hand experience and explore the role that technology such as drones, micro-cameras, GPS, and field cameras play in education, exploration and conservation.