Search Description: Day Camps
Made Sewing: Camp 2 Fashion Design SeriesDate: 06/19/2013 - 06/21/2013
Time: Wednesday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: 8408 Greenwood Ave. N., Seattle , WA 98103 | Map It
Ages: Ages 8-18 Cost: $185
Event Info: 206-552-9632 | Web site | email
Do you know a fashionista designer full of ideas and looking for a place to use them? Send them to Made to learn the fundamentals of fashion design, color, sewing techniques, and fashion illustration. We will work with the designers to create a clothing line based on a central theme of their preference, and then they will sew one of their designs to take home. This is a 3 day camp.
Woodinville Montessori School Summer ProgramDate: 06/19/2013 - 08/23/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m. or 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Location: Woodinville Montessori School - North Creek - Bothell Campus, Bothell | Map It
Ages: Grades K-6 Cost: $355-$526/week (depending on schedule)
Event Info: 425-482-3184 | Web site | email
Get ready for some summer fun! Join us for WMS Summer Camp 2013; we have some exciting Elementary Summer Camps planned. Woodinville Montessori School offers summer day camp programs for K-2nd grade and 3rd-6th grade. Ten sessions are available, June 19-August 23. Choose just one week, any combination of weeks, or all ten. Each week is planned around a theme that includes hands-on activities crafted to spark the imagination such as games, cooking projects, sports, building, animation and more. For a full list of offerings, descriptions, and registration, see the WMS website. Early Bird Discount until April 30.
Hike the Park: Coast to Coast with Magnuson Nature ProgramsDate: 06/20/2013 - 06/21/2013
Time: Thursday-Friday 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Location: Magnuson Community Center, Seattle | Map It
Ages: Ages 8-9 Cost: $120
Event Info: 206-684-7026 | Web site
Join us for an adventuresome two-day camp, exploring the diverse ecosystems of Magnuson Park with advanced nature science activities, and learning about native plants and peoples. Coast-to-Coast campers will explore shoreline trails and habitats, Wetlands campers will explore all the wetland trails in the park, and Woodlands campers will explore shady spots from the Kite Hill Forest to Promontory Point. All campers will create a useful handmade plant craft too - sign up for one camp or several! Fee includes an official Nature Rangers bandana. Bring a nutritious lunch, snack, and a water bottle. Course #97537 on SPARC.
Seattle Tilth Camp: Get Dirty!Date: 06/20/2013 - 06/21/2013
Time: Thursday-Friday 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: Seattle Tilth Garden Camps & School Garden Tours, Seattle | Map It
Ages: Ages 3-5 with caregiver Cost: $35-$45 per adult/child pair
Event Info: 206-633-0451 | Web site | email
All gardening, all the time. Practice real gardening skills and use every tool in the shed. Learn tool safety and how to use a wide variety of hand tools. Dig a giant hole! Explore the family organic garden in this two-day class for parents and preschoolers. Learn what to plant and how to work together to grow in your own garden. This class introduces children and parents to insects, flowers and the garden world. The session includes gardening, an art project, stories, our famous sun tea and yummy snacks!
Girl Scout Camp River RanchDate: 06/23/2013 - 08/16/2013
Time: Overnight and day camps available
Location: 33318 N.E. 24th St., Carnation, WA 98014 | Map It
Ages: Grades 1-12 Cost: Varies by camp
Event Info: 800-541-9852 | Web site | email
Everything you want in a summer adventure! Girl Scout Camp is a beautiful and enchanting environment where every girl is encouraged to learn about herself, gain independence and care for the world around her. The possibilities are endless! Choose from Classic, Specialty, Horse and Leadership Camps: * Classic Camp -- Your traditional Girl Scout Camp experience, with a variety of activities like swimming, nature exploration, arts and crafts, and more. Some Classic sessions offer one horse experience, as well. * Horse Camp -- Girls ride most days or every day, depending on the camp, the session and the weather. Each session can accommodate beginning, intermediate and advanced riders. * Specialty Camp -- Opportunities for girls in grades 4-12 to focus on a specific skill (like archery), experience something new (like spending a night at Woodland Park Zoo) or go on an expedition (like a three day kayak trip). * Leadership Camp -- Not only our Counselor-in-Training and Wrangler-in-Training programs, but also opportunities for any girl who wants to explore her leadership style and learn about group dynamics. Every Girl Scout camp starts with a girl planning session, where campers and staff sit down to choose the activities the girls are most interested in doing from the wide variety of opportunities. At Girl Scout Camp you'll make new friends, develop skills and enjoy new experiences that will travel with you for a lifetime. No Girl Scout experience required!
Norwest Soccer CampsDate: 06/23/2013 - 08/09/2013
Time: Overnight or Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Location: Bastyr University, 14500 Juanita Dr., Kenmore, WA 980028 | Map It
Ages: Ages 7-18 Cost: $225-$695/week
Event Info: 425-644-0470 | Web site | email
Northwest Soccer Camp is celebrating its 42nd year of outstanding resident, day, goalkeeping and elite camp programs. Come meet the masters and have the time of your life! NSC delivers on: Experience and credibility: 42 years of camps run by Hall of Famer Cliff McCrath a.k.a. Uncle Nubby; top-notch coaching from former pro and college coaches and players, including the fabulous Edu (Pele’s teammate) and Paul Barron, EPL veteran and master goalkeeping trainer; tailored training: first-day evaluations place campers in perfect skill level group, from recreational to premier; convenience: Bastyr is convenient to the Greater Seattle area, with day and resident (overnight) camp opportunities; and wholesome fun: carefully selected counselors lead a variety of off-field and free-time programs designed to make the entire camp experience more memorable.
SAMBICA ELITE Program - Alpha (Grades 9-10)Date: 06/23/2013 - 08/30/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Location: 4114 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway SE, Bellevue, WA 98008 | Map It
Ages: Grades 9-10 Cost: $292-$327/session
Event Info: 425-746-9110 | Web site | email
The ELITE program is a wonderful opportunity for high school students to work within a team and make new friends while earning volunteer hours for school- all within SAMBICA's unique outdoor setting. With two levels, Alpha and Omega, your teenager can grow within the program all throughout high school!
Sessions run as follows:
Session 1 Alpha (June 23-July 12)
Session 2 Alpha (July 14-Aug 2)
Session 3 Alpha (Aug 4-30)
Aikido Summer Day CampDate: 06/24/2013 - 08/02/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4, 5 or 6 p.m.
Location: Aikido Kids, 15165 N.E. 90th St., Redmond, WA 98052 | Map It
Ages: Grades 1-8 Cost: $159/week (3 week minimum enrollment)
Event Info: 206-605-3068 | Web site | email
The Aikido Kids Summer Day Camp is open to students of all skill levels. Students will study Aikido, a self-defense martial art, in a fun, save and supportive environment. We will cover self-defense basics, study the main Aikido skills categories, and develop our inner warrior during the introduction to sword class. Students will develop self-control, self-discipline, focus, and confidence while working with other student in one-on-one partner practice. Students will also take time for other fun activities like jump rope, japanese, speed math, and art projects. We'll also go bicycling every day on outdoor adventures to various Redmond locations including the Sammamish River Trail, the Redmond Library, and Marymoor Park. Students need to provide a bag lunch, and bring their bicycle and helmet for the outdoor adventures.
Beginner's Blues Piano CampDate: 06/24/2013 - 06/28/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: 8803 Interlake Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103 | Map It
Ages: Ages 10 and up Cost: $180
Event Info: 206-427-0790 | Web site | email
The Pettijohn Piano Studio offers “Beginner’s Blues” Piano Camp to students with at least two years of piano instruction under their belts. This camp will provide a full week of Blues Piano Instruction. Students who have little or no blues piano background will enjoy instruction that is comprehensive, focused and fun! The week will conclude with the students performing with a professional blues band. Topics include an introduction to the Blues, its history, style and accessibility to any pianist who wants to enjoy its fun. Students will gain confidence as they develop listening skills from ear-training exercises, rhythmic development from group rhythm games, and blues “Chops” from daily private piano lessons and practice time.
Bertschi School Summer ExplorationDate: 06/24/2013 - 07/26/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: Bertschi School, 2227 10th Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98102 | Map It
Ages: Grades K-6 Cost: Varies
Event Info: 206-324-5476 | Web site | email
Five sessions of weekly classes including art, woodworking, drama, baking, sports, animation, lego and more! Open to children entering grades K - entering 6th grade. See website for full details and course selections.
Big Sister Yoga Project: Yoga CampDate: 06/24/2013 - 06/28/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Location: 4131 Woodland Park Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 | Map It
Ages: Ages 12-15 Cost: $200
Event Info: 206-890-9996 | Web site | email
In this inspiring program youth will learn: Yoga poses that increase physical strength and self confidence, breathing/meditation methods to help calm your body and mind, nutritional knowledge of how food affects mood, energy and vitality, methods for easy relaxation and stress management, the power of laughter and positive thinking, how to build strong, healthy relationships and creative expression through art and journaling. Join us.
Blue Plate Seattle Cooking Camp - Around the WorldDate: 06/24/2013 - 06/28/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: 7347 35th Ave. N.E. Suite E, Seattle, WA 98115 | Map It
Ages: Ages 8-12 Cost: $450
Event Info: 206-525-2511 | Web site | email
During this camp we will focus on specific regions of the world, Europe, China, The Middle East and South America. We will learn about the food and culture of these regions and learn different cooking methods and tools that are used in these areas. On one day all cooking will be done in Woks and we will attempt to use chopsticks all day, to cook and eat! Campers will take home a six course “small plates” sampler from around the world on Friday.
Blue Ribbon Cooking Baking and Pastry CampDate: 06/24/2013 - 06/27/2013
Time: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Location: Blue Ribbon Cooking & Culinary Center, Seattle | Map It
Ages: Ages 7-18 Cost: $400 + 250 Supply Fee (multi-week, sibling discount)
Event Info: 206-328-2442 | Web site | email
Grab a rolling pin and put on an apron! We’re going to be sifting, whisking, kneading, mixing and measuring as we bake savory and sweet creations from scratch. You’ll learn skills from the basics of proper measuring and correct utensil use to cake creations, flay pie crusts, the basics of working with yeasted dough and much more!
BRIGHT! Preschool Summer CampsDate: 06/24/2013 - 08/23/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: 4105 E. Garfield St., Seattle, WA 98112 | Map It
Ages: Ages 3-5 Cost: $230/week
Event Info: 206-550-6440 | Web site | email
Join BRIGHT! Preschool for one or all of our weekly, themed camps for young campers.
June 24-28 GROW! (Gardening & Nature) Your little sprouts will weed and water their way to greener thumbs as we dig into the magic of seeds, sun, and soil.
July 8-12 COOK! (Making & Baking) Tie on those toques and whip out the whisks...who knows if the next Emeril, Rachel, or Mario is among us? The recipe for this week’s camp is a healthy helping of food-filled fun!
July 15-19 SPACE! (Astronomy & Science) Rockets, space craft, and more. What’s it like to be an astronaut? Discover speed, launching, and building space crafts.
July 22-26 PLAY! (Sports) Explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination and discover new skills and games. Step feet first into athletics and fun! Learn about team work and sportsmanship while having a great time.
July 29-Aug 2 ZOOM! (Transportation) Planes, trains, and automobiles are just the tip of the iceberg in this week of wheels and wings, when we’ll investigate all manner of the machines that move us.
Aug 5-9 MAKE! (Art, Building, & Creating) Here’s a camp for the mini-Monet’s and pint-sized Picassos out there! Get those creative juices flowing as we sample a variety of media to express our unique artistic visions. **Ages 2.5 -5.
Aug 12-16 EXPERIMENT! (Science) Curious minds, prepare to be fired up in this week of exploration and experimentation, when we’ll put the basic tools and processes of science to the test in our own “laboratory.” **Ages 2.5 -5.
Aug 19-23 ADVENTURE! (Camping) Hike that trail! What do we need for camping and outdoor fun? Let’s build a tent and discover how to spot animals and other natural life. **Ages 2.5 -5.
DigiPen ProjectFUN Summer WorkshopsDate: 06/24/2013 - 08/16/2013
Time: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Session 2-4 10 a.m.-5 p.m.)
Location: 9931 Willows Road N.E., Redmond, WA 98052 | Map It
Ages: Grades 1-12 Cost: $599-$1195/workshop
Event Info: 425-558-0299 | Web site | email
Each summer, DigiPen offers two-week workshops that introduce elementary, middle, and high school students to a variety of fun and engaging Video Game Programming, Game Design, Fine Arts and Multimedia Production, and Engineering topics. These programs are offered at DigiPen’s Redmond, WA, campus, located within minutes of Nintendo of America, Microsoft Game Studios, and Valve Software at the heart of the video game industry.