Join us this Summer on the Farm
Mondays 11 am to 3 pm
June 12, 19, 26 and July 3, 10, 24
Cost is $45 per day or All six Mondays for $235 or 3 Mondays for $120
(Two Scholarships are available! More info below) Must register and purchase camp dates by June 1st. Registration is Non-Refundable and Non-Transferable. All children should arrive promptly at 1 1am with comfortable shoes, clothes that can get messy and a sack lunch. Snacks and drinks will be provided by the farm during camp hours.
11am-11:30am: Scientific Sketch Journal Warm-Up (Put on your Scientist Hat and learn to sketch nature like a real Scientist)
11:30-12pm: Nature Hike to observe farm animals and the garden
12-12:30: Lunch on the Farm Patio with homemade lemonade
12:30-1:30: Papier Mache Sheep Sculptures (ongoing art each week)
1:30-2pm: Free Play
2-3pm: Bread Baking in the Pizza Oven
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships! Scholarships! Scholarships!
Two spots are reserved for low-income campers. Low-Income spots cost just $189 for all 6 days of Art & Farm Camp. Simply write a short essay explaining why you would like to attend Art & Farm Camp. Bonus Points if you can amaze us with fun facts about sheep and lambs. Extra Special Bonus Points if you include an illustration of a sheep or a lamb.
Mail your essay to (deadline June 1st):
1469 San Miguel Canyon Road
Royal Oaks, CA 95076
This Summer's camp will be lead by Melissa Schilling. Melissa is a public school teacher and disaster relief arts educator with over 10 years experience working with children in outdoor landscapes. She thrives in gardens and shines in roller skating rinks. She is known for making bigger messes than any kid in any class she has taught.
- She holds a Master of Science from Cal Poly - SLO and a Bachelors in Communications from University of the Pacific.
- She has co-taught wine and cheese courses with Cheese Maker Rebecca King for more than 5 years.
- Her arts nonprofit, Project HOPE Art serves 200 children in Haiti; and has served 200 children in the Philippines and 200 children in New Orleans.