Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Valley Camp 2015

It's that time again!
Summer is just around the corner and we are making plans for Valley Camp 2015!

Summer 2015 is full. 
Please add your name to the waiting list as we do have cancellations.

All programs for children have a mission/vision.
Ours is quite simple.
Along the way, we will certainly learn a little something and make good friends and be enriched by art and nature, but basically we are here to have fun.

Because during the summer that's what a kid needs.

In this case, fun will be had outside and making stuff.

Running around in the woods and creating.

Swimming, wading, catching critters, building forts, making mud slides.

We also like to read stories, play silly games, cook, go crazy with the hose, build gnome homes,
tie dye,  and stretch our imaginations as far as possible in a bazillion different ways.

Art + Nature = Right On

Forts, creeks, hikes, bouldering, building, collecting and exploring, snakes and lizards,
crawdads and waterfalls, trails and caves ..... gently guided adventures with room for the mind and body to roam free in a beautiful natural setting.

Also, gardening, slack lining, baking, story-telling, jumping, running, yelling and laughing.
We have  a fairy woodland, crazy boulders, a mountain, a hose, a club house, a national forest, and a limitless imagination...all the ingredients! 
We will be a small group. 
(space is limited!)
Monday -Thursday in June Only!
Click on Sessions for details!!!
$160 per week
one time $25 supply fee
boys and girls....ages 8-14

This will be summer as it should be. Exciting and laid back, with lots of room for growth and skill building, and also space to retreat and create and relax. Mixed ages will create a helping and all-inclusive environment. 

Here is a sneak peak at a few of the plans in the works for Valley Camp 2015.

dip dying...tie dying
trail tag
family crests
family trees ....mobiles
survival bracelets
diaper races
community scavenger hunts
shrinky dinks
painted rocks
cardboard dollhouses
backyard ballistics
stink bombs
natural mobiles
junction creek races

If you have not reserved your spot, then hop to it!
Tell a friend!
Don't miss such pure summer fun!
Scholarships Available!! Please Inquire! 

In summer, the song sings itself.
-- William Carlos Williams

Ivey Patton is a teacher in the 9-R shared School Program, a children's ski instructor at Durango Mountain Resort, a writer and a mother of three. She is fueled by caffeine and enthusiasm. 
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