2019 Summer Camps

Our summer camps are so so fun. A great way to keep your little ones engaged and cool during the summer months. We offer themed weeks that are designed for children to explore new materials, create projects and engage with new friends.

A Summer Camp week consists of half day programs on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays. Our 9:00-12:00 program is for children 3-6 (must be potty trained). The 1:00-4:00 program is for children 4+. All camps are staffed with a qualified head teacher as well as an assistant teacher.

Registration will begin on February 1st. $125.00 per camp is due before June 1st. Invoices will be sent within a week of registration. A 10% discount is applied to multiple camps or siblings enrolled in the same camp. If for any reason a family must cancel from a camp, there is a $25 fee for each camp that they are not able to attend. Refunds will be applied promptly after notification of cancelation.

June 18-20 9:00-12:00 : Sewing Superstars

Join us for learning some basic hand sewing skills as we create, fun, interactive projects. * This camp if for children ages 5+.

June 18-20 1:00-4:00 : Grow your Garden

Inspire your children to get their hands in nature. Children will learn all about plant life cycles as they engage in fun planting activities. 

July 9-11 9:00-12:00 : Explorer’s Art

Unleash your little explorer! This camp is designed to allow children an opportunity to explore and create with the natural world around them. Neighborhood walks and trips to the Oakmont Playground are planned to encourage hunting and gathering of natural treasures which they will then create art with!

July 9-11 1:00-4:00 : Lots of Legos

What can be better than building away. Join us as we challenge children each day to build, build and build even more. Children will each receive their own collection of legos to work with doing this week of construction. Do your children become upset when their creation crumbles? Children will have the option to glue their masterpieces together so they will last a lifetime!

July 16-18, 9:00-12:00 & 1:00-4:00 : Fantastic Fairies

Watch as our fairies come alive during this whimsical camp. Children will design their very own fairies, including wings, wands and biographies about each one. Finish off the camp by decorating a locally created DreamLand Fairy House. 

July 23-25 9:00-12:00 : Pirate Party

Arrrrgh...Bring your matey and venture out with us in this exciting pirate camp. Children will make use of their very own costumes and treasure maps, all while searching for hidden treasure and gold doubloons. 

July 23-25 1:00-4:00 : Not A Box

Inspired by the book written by Antoinette Portis, this camp is designed to allow the imagination of each camper to run wild. In the three days of this camp, children will design a box to be what they choose it to be. Rocketship? Robot? Airplane? The possibilities are endless!

July 30- Aug 1, 9:00-12:00 : Ooey Gooey

A week of measuring and mixing some basic ingredients to create wonderful concoctions.  Play dough, slime and elephant toothpaste are just a few of the messy mixtures that we will sink our hands into!

July 30- Aug 1, 1:00-4:00 : Star Wars

Enter your young ones into a galaxy far far away. Lightsabers, Clay Yodas and Ewoks! What else can we say?

Aug 6 - Aug 8, Aug 13-15 9:00-12:00 or 1:00-4:00: #MYWORKISPLAY

Children need the freedom and time to play. Join us for these fun filled days of where children will be encouraged to explore play and social interaction with their peers. This is the perfect camp to get your little ones ready for their transition into a school setting.

Aug 20 - Aug 22 9:00-12:00 : Splatter & Swirl

Marble painting, Crayon resist, negative space: we pull out all of our favorite painting activities to allow children to explore the messiness and beauty of art. Children will create various activities while also being exposed to literature about art.

Aug 20 - Aug 22 1:00-4:00 : Art Camp

Fun for all! Join us as we explore various art medium including canvas work, sinking into a ball of clay and three dimensional art. All of these activities are in combination with literature teaching children about a few of the world's artists.