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June 1–August 7

Summer Camps 2020 ORINDA

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Registration begins February 10

(925) 254-2445

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org


ORINDA CAMPS INFORMATION

Choose your own adventure camp guide! Step 1: Select your week Step 2: Find your age Step 3: Choose your adventure! Full-time care and programming available from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm, Monday–Friday starting at $395 for Camp Orinda and $460 for adventure camps*. • Fees are $210/$241.50 (NR) for AM Camp only, or PM Camp only, held at the Orinda Community Center. Nature Camp

Don’t miss our 2020 Kindergarten Enrichment Program! Weeks 2–5. See page 13 for details.

• Fees are $420/$483 (NR) if you choose both an AM and PM Camp. MUST add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm) for $10/$11.50 (NR); registration is required. • AM Extended Care (7:30–9:00 am) and PM Extended Care (4:00–6:00 pm) options are available for an additional $15/$17.25 (NR) each. *Material fees may apply. The city will no longer collect these during registration. Your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees. All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

Get Paid to Have Fun! Have you ever wanted to work with children? Do you function well in a fast-paced, action-packed environment? Do you want to go on fun trips to Waterworld, Six Flags, Sky High and more? Camp Orinda may be the perfect opportunity for you. The City of Orinda is looking for motivated, responsible, outgoing and fun-loving individuals to join our team as camp counselors this summer. Applications and additional questionnaire can be found on our city’s human resources page at: cityoforinda.org. Applications are due March 2, 2020. We will contact applicants shortly thereafter to schedule interviews. Ages 16+

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For more information, contact Matt Delmartini at mdelmartini@cityoforinda.org.


Ages:

Build Your Camp

Mad Science:

AM Camps

Tennis, Adventure $

6Y

7Y

8Y

9Y

10–12Y 13–14Y 15–18Y

#3407

Art, Music and Playtime $

#3292

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3293

Comic Book Creations (7–11Y) $

#3295

Tennis, Adventure $

#3296

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun (8–17Y) $

#3297

Tennis: Orange/Green Dot Ball $

#3298

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

Camp Connector BYOL:

Mad Science: NASA Journey into

PM Camps

$210/$241.50 (NR)

$15/$17.25 (NR)

5Y

#3291

AM or PM, each:

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

4Y

#3290

Junior Science Academy Camp $

CAMP FEES

$10/$11.50 (NR)

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 1: JUNE 1–5

JUNE 1–5 | WEEK 1

Choose your own adventure!

#3396 #3299

Outer Space (6–11Y) $

Decoration Making $

#3300

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun (8–17Y) $

#3301

Writing, Creative $

#3302

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3408

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park $ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

About Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch): These options apply to

camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Track and Field) $

Tennis, Adventure $

#3310

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3311

Musical Theater: Frozen Heart $

#3312

Playwell: Adventures in STEM using Lego

#3314 #3313 #3315 #3316

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

All Day

PM Camps

$10/$11.50 (NR)

Camp Orinda: $365/$419.75 (NR)

#3309

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball (9–13Y) $

Camp Connector BYOL:

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

Art, Music and Playtime $

Tennis, Adventure $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

OR... Pick an

#3307

Sports, Flag Football (6.5–11Y) $

AM or PM, each:

$15/$17.25 (NR)

#3385

Sports, Mini-Hawk (Baseball, Basketball, Soccer,

CAMP FEES

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

#3409

Camp Orinda Junior: Color Week (3.5–5Y)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 2: JUNE 8–12 Ages: 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y 9Y 10–12Y 13–14Y

Build Your Camp

AM Camps

JUNE 8–12 | WEEK 2

Choose your own adventure!

Magic Kingdom $

#3397 #3535

Playwell: STEM Explorations using Lego

#3317

Public Speaking: Debate and Writing Skills (7–13Y)

#3318

Mixed Media $

#3539

Camp Orinda: Color Week (6–8Y, 9–11)

#3362

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3363

#3410

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park $ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

Don’t miss our 2020 Kindergarten Enrichment Program! Weeks 2–5. See page 13 for details.

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 2

Musical Theater meets at the Orinda Community Center and is eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (see above listings; registration required).

Ages: 8:45 am– 12:00 pm

6Y

7–8Y

9–10Y

11Y 12–15Y 16Y

CIT: Musical Theater (Frozen Heart)

$105.20/$117.87 (NR)

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

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Looking for camp descriptions? SEE PAGES 13–21

#3320


Ages:

Build Your Camp

AM Camps

8Y

9Y

PM Camps All Day

10–12Y 13–14Y

#3324

Tennis, Adventure $

#3325

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3326

Mad Science: Red Hot Robots (7–11Y) $

#3327

Comic Book Creations (7–11Y) $

#3328

Mixed Media $

#3540

Tennis, Adventure $

#3329 #3330

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

$10/$11.50 (NR)

All Day Camps Camp Orinda: $365/$419.75 (NR) All Others: $420/$483 (NR)

7Y

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball (9–13Y) $

Camp Connector BYOL:

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

6Y

#3386

Musical Theater: I am Moana $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

OR... Pick an

5Y

#3322

Camp Orinda Junior: Beach Blast (3.5–5Y)

AM or PM, each:

$15/$17.25 (NR)

4Y

#3411

Dance: Pirates, Princes and Fairies $

CAMP FEES

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 3: JUNE 15–19

JUNE 15–19 | WEEK 3

Choose your own adventure!

#3398

Art, Music and Playtime $

#3331

Art Camp $

#3332

Chess

#3333

Mad Science: Secret Agent Lab $

#3334

Camp Orinda: Beach Blast (6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3364

#3365

Musical Theater: Oz’s Wicked $

#3335

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3412

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park

$ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

About Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch): These options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 3

Musical Theater and Camp Orinda CIT meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (see above listings; registration required). Nature Camp meets at Wagner Ranch Nature Area and is NOT eligible for Extended Care or Camp Connector programs.

Ages:

5Y

6Y

7–9Y

10Y 11Y 12Y 13–15Y 16Y

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

Nature Camp $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

CIT: Dance (Pirates, Princes and Fairies) $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

#3322

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater (I am Moana) $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

#3339

8:45 am– 4:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater (Oz’s Wicked) $210/$241.50 (NR)

#3338

9:00 am– 4:00 pm

Camp Orinda: Counselors in Training (CIT) $350/$402.50 (NR) | 2 weeks (6/15–6/26)

#3394

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

#3530

#3542

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Camp Orinda: $365/$419.75 (NR)

#3346

Lego

Art Camp $

#3347 #3349 #3351

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball $

#3350

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

#3399

PM Camps

Art Camp $

All Day

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

Playwell: Mine, Craft, Build Adventure Game using

Tennis, Adventure $

Camp Connector BYOL:

OR... Pick an

#3345

Incrediflix: Live Action $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

$15/$17.25 (NR)

#3344

Tennis, Red Ball $

AM or PM, each:

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

#3387

Tennis, Adventure $

CAMP FEES

$10/$11.50 (NR)

#3413

Camp Orinda Junior: Orinda Carnival (3.5–5Y)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 4: JUNE 22–26 Ages: 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y 9Y 10–12Y 13–14Y

Build Your Camp

AM Camps

JUNE 22–26 | WEEK 4

Choose your own adventure!

#3352

Performing Arts: Create, Collaborate and Perform $

#3353

Playwell: Mine, Craft, Build Survival Game using Lego

#3354

Incrediflix: Claymation $

#3355

Decoration Making $

#3356

Camp Orinda: Carnival (6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3366

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3367

#3414

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park $ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

Stand-alone camps

Don’t miss our 2020 Enrichment Program! Weeks 2–5. See page 13 for details.

WEEK 4

Basketball camps meet at Wagner Gym. Nature Camp meets at Wagner Ranch Nature Area. Both basketball and Nature Camp are NOT eligible for Extended Care or Camp Connector.

Ages: 9:00 am– 12:00 pm

Sports, Mini Hawks (Basketball) $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

Nature Camp $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

9:00 am– 12:00 pm

Sports, Basketball (6.5–11Y) $

1:00 pm– 4:00 pm

Sports, Advanced Basketball $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

4Y

5Y

6Y

8Y

9Y

10–12Y

#3358

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

6

7Y

Looking for camp descriptions? SEE PAGES 13–21

#3531

#3543 #3348 #3359

13–14Y


Ages: 3Y

Build Your Camp

Camp Orinda Junior: Orinda Olympics (3.5–5Y)

Mad Science: Little Green Thumb $

AM Camps

Performing Arts: A Star is Born $ Tennis, Red Ball $

#3415 #3388 #3427 #3428 #3429

Art Camp $

#3430

Cooking: Greek Dinner Camp (6–10Y) $

#3431

Comic Book Creations (7–11Y) $

#3433

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun $

CAMP FEES

AM or PM, each:

#3434

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball (9–13Y) $

$168/$193.20 (NR)

#3435

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

Camp Connector BYOL:

$8/$9.20 (NR)

PM Camps

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

$12/$13.80 (NR)

4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y 9Y 10–12Y 13–14Y 15–17Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 5: JUNE 29–JULY 2 (no camp July 3)

#3400

Gymnastics

#3436

Magic Kingdom $

#3536

Art Camp $

#3437

Cooking: Greek Dinner Camp $

#3432

Chess

#3438

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

Camp Orinda: $292/$335.80 (NR)

All Day

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun $

OR... Pick an

JUNE 29–JULY 2 | WEEK 5

Choose your own adventure!

#3439

Camp Orinda: Olympics (6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3368

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3369

#3416

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park No camps held Friday, July 3. $ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

About Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch): These

options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

#3441

Tennis, Adventure $

#3549

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3443

Musical Theater: Mal, Evie & Ben $

#3447

Playwell: Animal Architects Using Lego

#3448

Cooking: Greek Dinner Camp (6–10Y) $

#3449

Sports, Baseball (6.5–11Y) $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

#3453

Incrediflix: Acton Stop Motion Flix $

Camp Connector BYOL:

#3454

Tennis, Adventure $

$10/$11.50 (NR)

#3457

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball (9–13Y) $

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

#3459

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

All Day

PM Camps

$15/$17.25 (NR)

All Day Camps

#3389

Sports, Mini Hawks: Baseball $

AM or PM, each:

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

#3440

Camp Orinda Junior: Around the World (3.5–5Y)

CAMP FEES

OR... Pick an

#3417

Dance: Frozen Adventures $

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 6: JULY 6–10 Ages: 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y 9Y 10–12Y 13–14Y

Build Your Camp

AM Camps

JULY 6–10 | WEEK 6

Choose your own adventure!

Camp Orinda:

$365/$419.75 (NR) All Others: $420/$483 (NR)

#3401

Performing Arts: Show Choir (5–11Y)

#3460

Cooking: Greek Dinner Camp (6–10Y) $

#3451

Playwell: Animal Master Architects Using Lego

#3462

Incrediflix: Minecraft vs Roblox Flix $

#3463

Camp Orinda: Around the World (6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3370

#3371

Musical Theater: Alexander Hamilton $

#3446

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3418

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park

$ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 6

Musical Theater meets at the Orinda Community Center and is eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (see above 8:45 am– listings; registration required). Nature Camp meets at Wagner Ranch Nature Area and is NOT eligible for Extended Care and 12:00 pm Camp Connector.

8:45 am– 4:00 pm*

8

Ages: 5Y 6Y 7–8Y 9Y 10Y 11–12Y 13–16Y

8:45 am–12:00 pm

Nature Camp $ | $210/$241.50 (NR)

9:00am–12:00 am– 8:45 pm 3:30 pm 8:45 am–12:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater (Mal, Evie & Ben) | $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

#3475

CIT: Dance (Frozen Adventures) | $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

#3469

8:45 am–4:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater (Alexander Hamilton) $210/$241.50 (NR)

#3464

Looking for camp descriptions? SEE PAGES 13–21

#3532

#3544


Ages: 3Y

Build Your Camp

#3390

Sports, Mini Hawks: Basketball, Baseball, Soccer,

#3480

Track & Field $

AM Camps

Tennis, Adventure $

#3481

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3482

Musical Theater: Can’t Wait to Be King $

#3294

Art, Music and Playtime $

#3483

Art Camp $

#3485

Sports, Summer Camp Olympics (6.5–11Y) $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

#3487

Comic Book Creations (7–11Y) $

Camp Connector BYOL:

#3490

Tennis, Adventure $

$10/$11.50 (NR)

#3492

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball (9–13Y) $

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

#3493

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

All Day

PM Camps

$15/$17.25 (NR)

Camp Orinda: $365/$419.75 (NR)

#3479

Camp Orinda Junior: Comics/Superheroes (3.5–5Y)

AM or PM, each:

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

#3419

Dance: Kings, Queens and Dragons $

CAMP FEES

OR... Pick an

4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y 9Y 10–12Y 13–14Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 7: JULY 13–17

JULY 13–17 | WEEK 7

Choose your own adventure!

#3402

Art Camp $

#3495

Performing Arts: Orinda’s Got Talent (5–11Y)

#3496

Chess

#3497

Mad Science: Eureka: The Inventors (7–11Y) $

#3488

Camp Orinda: Comics/Superheroes (6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3372

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3373

#3420

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park $ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

Stand-alone camps

About Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch): These options apply to camps

WEEK 7

located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

Musical Theater, Camp Orinda and Dance CIT meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL. Nature Camp meets at Wagner Ranch Nature Area and is NOT eligible for Extended Care or Camp Connector.

Ages:

5Y

6Y

7–8Y

9Y

10Y

11Y 12Y 13–15Y 16Y

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

Nature Camp $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

CIT: Dance (Kings, Queens and Dragons) $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

#3500

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater (Can’t Wait to Be King) $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

#3305

9:00 am– 4:00 pm

Camp Orinda: Counselor in Training (CIT) $350/$402.50 (NR) | 2 weeks (7/13–7/24)

#3395

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

#3533

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

#3545

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3Y

4Y

5Y

6Y

7Y

8Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

10–12Y 13–14Y 15–17Y

#3391

Aqua Adventure (3.5–5Y)

Sports, Mini Hawks: Soccer $

#3504

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3505

Musical Theater: Aladdin & the Lamp $

#3506

Playwell: Jedi Engineering Using Legos

#3515

Art Camp $

#3507

Sports, Soccer (6.5–11Y) $

CAMP FEES

Mad Science: 3, 2, 1 Blast Off (7–11Y) $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun $

AM or PM, each:

9Y #3421

Camp Orinda Junior:

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 8: JULY 20–24 Ages:

Build Your Camp

AM Camps

JULY 20–24 | WEEK 8

Choose your own adventure!

#3509 #3512 #3494

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball

Camp Connector BYOL:

#3513

(9–13Y) $

$10/$11.50 (NR)

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

$15/$17.25 (NR)

#3403

PM Camps

Art Camp $

#3516

Chess

#3517

Playwell: Jedi Master Engineering

#3520

Using Legos

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun $

#3499

Public Speaking: Money, Money all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

All Day Camps Camp Orinda: $365/$419.75 (NR) All Others: $420/$483 (NR)

Camp Orinda: Aqua Adventure

All Day

OR... Pick an

#3519 #3374

(6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3375

Musical Theater: Oz’s Wicked $

#3521

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3422

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park

$ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

Stand-alone camps

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

WEEK 8

Musical Theater meets at the Orinda Community Center and is eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (see above listings; registration required). Nature Camp meets at Wagner Ranch Nature Area and is NOT eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector.

Ages:

10

5Y

6Y

7–9Y

10Y

11Y

12Y

13–15Y

8:45 pm– 12:00 pm

Nature Camp $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

8:45 pm– 12:00 pm

CIT: Little Theater

(Aladdin & the Lamp)

#3523

8:45 am– 4:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater (Oz’s Wicked) $210/$241.50 (NR)

#3524

$105.20/$117.87 (NR)

Looking for camp descriptions? SEE PAGES 13–21

#3534

#3546

16Y


Ages: 3Y

Build Your Camp

All Day Camps

Camp Orinda:

$365/$419.75 (NR) All Others: $420/$483 (NR)

AM Camps

#3456

Musical Theater: Elsa & Anna 2 $

#3458

Medical, Little Veterinary $

#3461

Comic Book Creations $

#3465 #3466 #3467

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball $

#3468

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

PM Camps All Day

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

Tennis, Red Ball $

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun $

Camp Connector BYOL:

OR... Pick an

#3550

Tennis, Adventure $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

$15/$17.25 (NR)

#3392

Tennis, Adventure $

AM or PM, each:

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

#3423

Camp Orinda Junior: Disney (3.5–5Y)

CAMP FEES

$10/$11.50 (NR)

4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y 9Y 10–12Y 13–14Y 15–18Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 9: July 27–31

JULY 27–31 | WEEK 9

Choose your own adventure!

#3404

Magic Kingdom $

#3537

Gymnastics

#3470

Writing, Creative $

#3472

Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun $

#3473

Camp Orinda: Disney (6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3376

#3377

Musical Theater: Grease is the Word $

#3474

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3424

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park

$ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

About Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch): These options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

Stand-alone camp

WEEK 9

Musical Theater meets at the Orinda Community Center and is eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (see above listings; registration required). Volleyball Camps meet at Wagner Gym and are NOT eligible for Extended Camp or Camp Connector.

Ages: 9:00 am– 12:00 pm

Sports, Volleyball (6.5–11Y) $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

1:00 pm– 4:00 pm

Sports, Advanced Volleyball $ $210/$241.50 (NR)

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

CIT: Little Theater (Elsa & Anna 2) $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

8:45 am– 4:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater

6Y

(Grease is the Word)

$210/$241.50 (NR)

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

7–8Y

9–10Y

11Y 12–13Y 14Y 15–16Y

#3476 #3477 #3478 #3486

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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3Y

4Y

5Y

6Y

7Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

Sports, Mini Hawk: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Track and Field $

#3498

Tennis, Adventure $

#3491

Tennis, Red Ball $

#3501

Playwell: Robotics Using Lego WeDo

#3502

Sports, Flag Football (6.5–11Y) $

#3503

CAMP FEES

Mad Science: Crazy Chemistry (7–11Y) $

$210/$241.50 (NR)

Incrediflix: Action Movie Flix $

#3508 #3510

Tennis, Adventure $

$10/$11.50 (NR)

#3511

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball (9–13Y) $

Extended Care AM or PM, each:

#3514

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch, 12:00–1:00 pm)

PM Camps

$15/$17.25 (NR)

#3405

Little Medical School $

#3518

Incrediflix: Lego Flix $

#3522

Mad Science: Rockin Rockets $

#3525

all day camp (9 am–4 pm).

All Day Camps Camp Orinda: $365/$419.75 (NR) All Others: $420/$483 (NR)

All Day

Playwell: Robotics Using Mindstorms EV3

OR... Pick an

10–12Y 13–14Y

#3393

Space and Science Adventures (3.5–5Y)

Camp Connector BYOL:

9Y

#3489

Camp Orinda Junior:

AM or PM, each:

8Y

#3425

Dance: Trolls $

Pick an AM camp (9 am–12 pm) and PM camp (1 pm–4 pm). Must add Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) and Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 10: August 3–7 Ages:

Build Your Camp

AM Camps

AUGUST 3–7 | WEEK 10

Choose your own adventure!

#3526

Camp Orinda: Space and Science Adventures

#3378

(6–8Y, 9–11Y)

#3379

Musical Theater: Showman $

#3527

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#3426

All above camps are located at: Orinda Community Center, Community Center Tennis Courts, or Pine Grove Park

$ Materials fee applies, your instructor will contact you directly to collect fees.

Need Camp August 10–12?

Look in our Summer guide coming out late March!

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 10

Musical Theater meets at the Orinda Community Center and is eligible for Extended Care and Camp Connector BYOL (see above listings; registration required).

Ages: 8:45 pm– 12:00 pm

CIT: Dance (Trolls) $105.20/$117.87 (NR)

8:45 pm– 12:00 pm

CIT: Musical Theater

6Y

7–9Y

10Y

(Showman)

$105.20/$117.87 (NR)

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

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11Y

12Y

13–15Y #3528

#3529

16Y


Please find camp descriptions listed in alphabetical order. All camps are located at the Orinda Community Center unless otherwise stated.

Summer Enrichment Program

Extended Care Options AM Extended Care

Weeks 2–5

LOCATION: ANNOUNCED IN MAY 2020 AGES 4–6Y PROGRAM DIRECTOR: JIM BARTLEMAN

JUMP START KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM: “OUR FABULOUS FIVE SENSES!”

A 3-hour class for students who will enter Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten in the Fall of 2020, we proudly present “Our Fabulous Five Senses!,” featuring our 4-week kindergarten preparation curriculum, lovingly taught by an Orinda kindergarten teacher with over 40 years of experience in Orinda Kindergarten classrooms! This unique class has been specially designed to ease incoming K-kids into school with a love of learning and a positive jumping start on socialization! The morning exactly mimics a regular kindergarten school day. Our Five Senses theme features a fun look at exactly how we see, hear, touch, smell and taste, and also how we use our senses to make sense of our world! Our busy mornings will feature many stories, crafts and other senses-related readiness activities in beginning reading, writing, math and science. Lots of fun and study for our newest students! Every student will receive quality instruction in singing, drawing and woodworking, learning several songs, making directed drawings in a sketchbook, and build many crafts and wood projects to take home, including a loop viewer, a working banjo, an animation flipper and so many more!

#3548 Jun 8–Jul 2 M–F 9:00 am–12:00 pm $600/$690 (NR) No camp July 3

WEEKS: 1–10 Let us create a full day camp for you, as you choose your own adventure! Children enrolled in camp can be part of AM (7:30–9:00 am) Extended Care under the supervision of city staff before and after camps. Instructors will escort your child to and from the camp courtyard, and campers will have the opportunities to play games and socialize. AGES: 4–14Y+

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch)

WEEKS: 1–10 Let us create a full day camp for you, as you choose your own adventure! If your child is enrolled in a morning camp at the Orinda Community Center and an afternoon camp at the Orinda Community Center, instructors will escort your child to the camp courtyard where city staff will supervise a lunch period from 12:00 pm–1:00 pm daily where kids can eat, play games and participate in exciting challenges put together by city staff. At the conclusion of each Camp Connector BYOL, instructors will escort your child to their afternoon camp. Please provide a lunch for your child each day. AGES: 4–14Y+

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

PM Extended Care

WEEKS: 1–10 Let us create a full day camp for you, as you choose your own adventure! Children enrolled in camp can be part of PM (4:00–6:00 pm) Extended Care under the supervision of city staff before and after camps. Instructors will escort your child to and from the camp courtyard, and campers will have the opportunities to play games and socialize. AGES: 4–14Y+

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

SUMMER ENRICHMENT, CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Welcome to Camp descriptions!

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Art Camp

WEEKS: 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 Students learn new skills, use a variety of media, and extend their understanding of art concepts. Each week has a different theme. Spend a week drawing, painting, and creating 3-dimensional art. Daily projects incorporate a variety of skills and use media such as graphite and colored pencils, watercolor and tempura paints, pastels, paper mache, yarn, and other materials. Bring a daily snack. $25 materials fee is due to instructor prior to first day of camp. AGES: 5–9Y

Art, Music and Playtime

WEEKS: 1, 2, 3, 7 Children will use their creative energy during this summer camp filled with art projects, music, and dance. Children will use mixed media to create fun art projects to take home. Please bring a daily snack. Must be potty-trained. $30 material fee is due to instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES: 4–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: LEMON BLOSSOMS CREATIONS

INSTRUCTOR: SUSAN MCALLISTER

Camp Orinda

WEEKS: 2–10 Camp Orinda offers an awesome full-day traditional camp experience for kids who are looking for exciting adventure. Each week features different camp themes, games, songs, arts & crafts, and field trips that will keep campers engaged intellectually and socially while making friends every day! Field trips occur Tuesday and Thursday of each week, all expenses paid, and kids will have the opportunity to visit some of the Bay Area’s best attractions. Camp Orinda runs 9:00 am–4:00 pm daily with Camp Connector BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) included from 12:00 pm–1:00 pm. Field trips are subject to change. ORINDA COMMUNITY CENTER & PARK • AGES: JUNIORS, 6–8Y • SENIORS, 9–11Y • INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

WEEK 2, COLOR WEEK

Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Violet. This week of camp will be centered on different colors of the rainbow, with each day focusing on a specific color. This is a perfect opportunity for campers to use their colorful imaginations! Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field Trips: Jelly Belly Factory, Museum of Ice Cream

WEEK 3, BEACH BLAST

Bring your swimsuits and sunscreen, pull up a lounge chair, and kick back and enjoy the sound of the waves. Campers will also learn about the deep blue sea while they have a blast in this beach-themed week. Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field Trips: Ferry to Aquarium of the Bay, Lake Anza

WEEK 4, ORINDA CARNIVAL

Join us this week for a 3-ring circus of fun! Campers will juggle, tumble, laugh, and play as they unleash their inner clowns. Activities include face painting, juggling, and circus games. Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field Trips: Escape Room, Museum of 3D Illusions

WEEK 5, ORINDA OLYMPICS

Every camper takes home the gold this week as they learn about the Olympics through fun and active sports and games. Campers will also learn about different countries through friendly competition as they compete in the 3rd annual Orinda Olympics! Camp Connector BYOL IS included. No camp on July 3. Field trips: Bowling, Oakland Athletics game

WEEK 6, AROUND THE WORLD

All aboard! Come along with us as we set sail on our adventure around the world to teach campers about countries’ different cultures. From the highest mountain to the lowest valley this is an adventure the kids will not want to miss out on! Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field Trips: Scandia, Children’s Discovery Museum

WEEK 7, COMICS/SUPERHERO WEEK

The city needs your help! With your awesome powers only you can save the day and defeat the forces of evil! Campers learn about their favorite comic book heroes while creating their own adventures using their strongest power—Imagination! Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field trips: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Pump It Up

WEEK 8, AQUA ADVENTURE

Dive into the deep blue sea as we enter new depths not reached before. We’ll explore the deep in search of giant squids, mermaids, and most importantly—fun! Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field Trips: Hurricane Harbor, Antioch Aquatic Center

WEEK 9, DISNEY WEEK

Welcome to the happiest place on earth! We’ll bring you our awesome version of Disneyland with an unlimited amount of games and fun. You will find yourself on a non-stop adventure as you enter new fantasies on your way to becoming the hero camp needs! Camp Connector BYOL IS included in your registration. Field Trips: Oakland Zoo, Disney’s Jungle Cruise Movie

WEEK 10, SPACE & SCIENCE ADVENTURE

3, 2, 1… We have lift off! Blast off with us this week on our final fun-filled week of camp as we learn about space and the wide world of science. Camp Connector BYOL IS included. Field Trips: Exploratorium, Chabot Space & Science Center

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WEEKS: 2–10 Welcome to the new and improved Camp Orinda Junior. It’s perfect for your first time camper because it provides children a fun, safe and traditional camp experience all summer. Campers will participate in a little bit of everything: arts & crafts, games, songs, sports, science, cooking, and much more. Each week features different camp themes to keep campers engaged and excited, and the staff also puts an emphasis on preparing campers for the classroom through structured activities that stimulate the mind. All campers must be potty-trained. Camp Connector BYOL is not included. *Parents: If participating in PM camp, must register for Camp Connector. ORINDA COMMUNITY CENTER & PARK • AGES: 3.5–5Y • INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

WEEK 2, COLOR WEEK

Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Violet. This week of camp will be centered on different colors of the rainbow, with each day focusing on a specific color. This is a perfect opportunity for campers to use their colorful imaginations! Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included in your registration.

WEEK 3, BEACH BLAST

WEEK 7, COMICS/SUPERHERO WEEK

The city needs your help! With your awesome powers only you can save the day and defeat the forces of evil! Campers learn about their favorite comic book heroes while creating their own adventures using their strongest power—Imagination! Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included in your registration.

WEEK 8, AQUA ADVENTURE

Bring your swimsuits and sunscreen, pull up a lounge chair, and kick back and enjoy the sound of the waves. Campers will also learn about the deep blue sea while they have a blast in this beach-themed week. Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included in your registration.

Dive into the deep blue sea as we enter new depths not reached before. We’ll explore the deep in search of giant squids, mermaids, and most importantly—fun! Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included in your registration.

WEEK 4, ORINDA CARNIVAL

Welcome to the happiest place on earth! We’ll bring you our awesome version of Disneyland with an unlimited amount of games and fun. You will find yourself on a non-stop adventure as you enter new fantasies on your way to becoming the hero camp needs! Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included.

Join us this week for a 3-ring circus of fun! Campers will juggle, tumble, laugh, and play as they unleash their inner clowns. Activities include face painting, juggling, and circus games. Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included in your registration.

WEEK 5, ORINDA OLYMPICS

Every camper takes home the gold this week as they learn about the Olympics through fun and active sports and games. Campers will also learn about different countries through friendly competition as they compete in the 3rd annual Orinda Olympics! Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included. No camp on July 3.

CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Camp Orinda Junior (formerly OK Camp)

WEEK 9, DISNEY WEEK

WEEK 10, SPACE & SCIENCE ADVENTURE

3, 2, 1… We have lift off! Blast off with us this week on our final fun-filled week of camp as we learn about space and the wide world of science. Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included.

WEEK 6, AROUND THE WORLD

All aboard! Come along with us as we set sail on our adventure around the world to teach campers about countries’ different cultures. From the highest mountain to the lowest valley this is an adventure the kids will not want to miss out on! Camp Connector BYOL IS NOT included in your registration.

Camp Orinda: Counselor in Training (CIT)

WEEKS: 3–4, 7–8 Counselor in Training (CIT) Camp is perfect for teens interested in developing their leadership skills and being a camp counselor themselves one day! CIT Camp focuses on leadership, volunteerism, and fun, and our trained camp staff will lead CITs through various activities to better prepare them to be successful leaders in our community and beyond! CITs must bring their own lunches or can pick up food locally. Camp Connector BYOL is included daily. CITs should pack lunches for field trip days (Tuesdays and Thursdays). AGES: 12–15

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

WEEKS 3–4: JUNE 15–19, JUNE 22–26

Field Trips: Ferry to Aquarium of the Bay, Lake Anza, Escape Room, Museum of 3D Illusions

WEEK 7–8: JULY 13–17, JULY 20–24

Field Trips: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Pump It Up, Hurricane Harbor, Antioch Aquatic Center

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

Chess Camp

WEEKS: 3, 5, 7, 8 Immerse yourself in the exciting world of chess! Chess is fun, and can be learned quickly and easily! If you are new to chess or just polishing your skills, come develop your understanding and enjoyment of the king of games. In addition to the thrill of the game, students of chess have been shown to gain improvement in test results in reading, science, and math, as well as growth in other cognitive skills. The Berkeley Chess School is an affiliate of the U.S. Chess Federation. Boards and sets provided. AGES 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: BERKELEY CHESS SCHOOL

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Comic Book Creations

WEEKS: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 From creating and drawing a wide array of fun characters, to telling a compelling tale with a strong beginning, middle, and end, every student will be guided through the process of making their very own comic book from start to finish. Drawing and storyboarding are made simple through step-by-step examples. Each student will create their own complete comic book this adventure of character drawing and storytelling! $22 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 7–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: VILLAGE MUSIC SCHOOL

Cooking: Greek Dinner

WEEKS: 5, 6 Kids will learn to make Greek Salad, rolls, Pilaf, K-bobs, Gyros, cookies and Custard rolls and more. Learn to make a shopping list, go shopping for the for the next day’s class (5-day camp only). Kids love to eat what they cook and make new friends in the process. Let us know about any food allergies before class. $30 ($25 week 5) materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 6–10Y

INSTRUCTOR: LYNDA REXROAT

Dance Camps

WEEKS: 3, 6, 7, 10 Kids are transported into magical worlds through weekly stories with accompanying music, costumes and props to encourage imaginative participation. Little do they know that ageappropriate dance skills are integrated everyday readying them for more formal instruction. This class develops creativity, coordination, and self-esteem through playful warm ups, dance activities, improvisation, and directed story dances. We provide a new costume each day to help the dancers imagine they are a real characters from the theme of the camp. Children make a fun new craft every day and there is a performance the last half hour of class. No Refund once program begins. $25 materials fee due to the instructor prior to the first day of camps.

Week 3: Pirates, Princes and Fairies Week 6: Frozen Adventures Week 7: Kings, Queens and Dragons Week 10: Trolls AGES 3–5Y INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ’N DANCE

Decoration Making

WEEKS: 1, 4 Join us for a camp filled with decoration making and crafts. Learn how to make fun and creative art projects. During this camp, we will be teaching students how to work with different media to create fun decorations. Perfect for children who love to craft! Each week will be filled with new decorations and crafts. Bring a daily snack. $30 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 7–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: LEMON BLOSSOM CREATIONS

Film, Incrediflix

WEEKS: 4–6, 10 All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 production fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX

ACTION MOVIE FLIX WEEK: 10 Adventure awaits in these high-intensity movies where you’ll use a green screen, camera tricks, & special effects to create you own live-action action movie. You’ll collaborate to write, act, & direct in this stunt packed flix. ACTION STOP MOTION

WEEK: 6

CLAYMATION

WEEK: 4

Use stop motion tricks to create fires, explosions, and even floods, as your characters can battle it out or work together to save the day in this action-packed stop-motion class.. You’ll work in small groups to storyboard, create the action, film, and voice-over these exciting movies. Test the limit of your imagination as you use green screen technology to transport your movies anywhere! You’ll create your own clay character (that you get to keep) to star in these flix where you’ll film, direct, and voice-over in a small groups.

LEGO FLIX WEEK: 10 Bring Lego worlds to life! We provide the Legos. You provide your imagination. Work in groups to create a Lego set with Lego characters for a stop-motion movie you’ll storyboard, shoot, and add voice-overs to. LIVE ACTION WEEK: 4 Discover your filmmaking talents! You don’t have to be an actor to take part, as we’ll guide you through the Hollywood process to create, direct, film, act, and more. You won’t just make an incredible movie, you’ll have the skills to make your own movies with friends. MINECRAFT VS ROBLOX WEEK: 6 Choose Minecraft or Roblox action figures to create a movie full of games or challenges for your character to overcome! In this stop-motion movie making class, you’ll work in small groups to create and add voice-overs.

Gymnastics

WEEKS: 5, 9 Children learn beginning gymnastics and tumbling skills, working on bars, low balance beams, mini-trampolines, vaulting blocks and barrels and incline mats. Group activities include: ball games, music activities, parachute, and relay and circuit races. Campers are introduced to strength and flexibility exercises with fun and challenging games. During rest time, explore craft projects and hands-on activities. AGES 4–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: CALIFORNIA GYMNASTICS

Little Medical School

WEEK: 10

Discover the fascinating science of the human body with Little Medical School! Through hands-on crafts, games and role playing, participants will learn STEM concepts in a fun and unique way! From broken bones, to stitches, there’s something for every future healthcare provider and science lover. Each student will receive a working stethoscope and a variety of projects. AGES 5–10Y

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INSTRUCTOR: LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL


Little Veterinary

AGES 5–10Y

CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

WEEK: 9 In this camp, children learn to make important measurements on their very own stuffed Puppy. Students will learn how much water their dogs need in a day. They will also learn how to remove ticks using proper techniques & the importance of vaccines, dog behavior and much more. $25 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. INSTRUCTOR: LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL

Mad Science Camps

WEEKS: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10 $40 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. For detailed description of each camp, please visit mtdiablo.madscience.org.

3, 2, 1 BLAST OFF

WEEK: 8

This camp focuses on rockets and the physics of rocket flight. After learning the model rocket safety code, campers build different types of rockets and participate in a rocket launch. AGES 7–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

CRAZY CHEMISTRY

RED HOT ROBOTS

WEEK: 10

Explore and create exciting chemical reactions, make colorful concoctions and bubbling brews. Amaze yourself with magical temperature changing baggie science or growing ghost crystals. Study the chemistry involved in not-so-simple things like chalk and soap, and experiment with the chemistry used by artists, spies and detectives! Chemists bring home a project each day. AGES 7–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

EUREKA: THE INVENTORS WEEK: 7 Join us as we take students on a historical journey with a hands-on approach learning about some of the worlds’ greatest inventors from Leonardo da Vinci to Tesla to Thomas Edison to the Wright Brothers. We challenge our class to use their imaginations and creativity to survive on a deserted island by designing devices to capture food and water, by building bridges, shelters and even a boat to make it off the island. AGES 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

JR. SCIENCE ACADEMY

WEEK: 1

Mad Scientists will take your camper on a thrilling journey of amazing scientific discoveries. Through amazing, hands-on experiments and demonstrations the fascinating world of dinosaurs, chemical reactions & bubbling potions, erupting volcanoes, ooey gooey slime, space and much, much more will be explored. Each day children will make cool take-home activities which they will be excited to bring home to show off. AGES 3–5Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

LITTLE GREEN THUMB

WEEK: 5

Flowers and minds can’t blossom without STEMs. This camp is specially designed for inquisitive pre-K or Kinder-“Gardeners”. Kids discover how to paint with wind, build a bug model, start their own garden and learn what nature needs to make their plants grow! Non-stop activities keep your little Mad Scientists engaged and focused! Kids give it two Green Thumbs up!! AGES 3–5Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

NASA: JOURNEY INTO OUTER SPACE WEEK: 1 Set future space explorers on a trajectory from Earth’s atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system! This hands-on program brings them closer to the stars, planets, comets, and more. They learn about living in space, getting away from gravity, looking for space phenomena, and they participate in a rocket launch! AGES 6–11Y

WEEK: 3

Children learn about the uses of robots in our world and spend time experimenting with super cool red-hot robots. They discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. They build their very own working robot to take home with them. AGES 7–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

ROCKIN ROCKETS & AERODYNAMICS WEEK: 10 From the earliest flying machines to the first rocket flights, this hands-on program will allow campers to build many different flying devices, see how Newton’s laws of motion help explain how things move and how rockets fly, and show them how amazing our Milky Way is. AGES 7–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

SECRET AGENT LAB WEEK: 3 This program features fun-filled, hands-on, secret agent-themed science activities that allow kids to play detective, explore forensic science, sharpen their surveillance skills, and crack encrypted messages. Kids become super sleuths! AGES 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Magic Kingdom

WEEKS: 2, 5, 9 Each day will consist of different movie themed experiments. Children will be making Tinkerbell’s pixie dust, Poppy’s lava lamp, an exploding pirates treasure chest, Buzz Lightyear’s balloon rocket, Elsa’s frozen erupting snow and Dumbo’s elephant toothpaste. Campers get to take home a Poppy the Troll lava lamp, a bag of homemade Tinkerbell pixie dust and exploding pirate treasure. Get your wands ready to Bippity, Boppity Boo! $25 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 4–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: DESHONNE DEFLORIMONTE

Mixed Media

WEEKS: 2, 3 This class blends fine art techniques with your child’s own creative expression. In our Mixed Media Art camp, students will build upon their art-making knowledge and skills. We will explore a variety of mediums through different fun projects, ranging from paper mache, painting, sculpture, drawing and more. Please pack a daily snack. $30 materials fee is due to instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 7–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: LEMON BLOSSOM CREATIONS

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Musical Theater Camps: Little Theater

WEEKS: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9

This is a highly-supportive environment for campers to develop their courage to act, sing and dance in front of an audience. Children do not have to know how to read. Children also do not have to have all of their lines completely memorized for the show. This 1/2 day camp incorporates daily blocking, choreography, musical rehearsal and a performance onstage with costumes, scenery! The cast is given a script lasting about 30–40 minutes with about 4–7 songs. First day of camp children play-act games to memorize one sentence and speak it, or sing part of a song. No Refund once program begins. $50 production fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES: 4–8Y

INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ’N DANCE

CAN’T WAIT TO BE KING

WEEK: 7

FROZEN HEART

WEEK: 2

Show is 7/17 at 11:00 am.

MAL, EVIE & BEN WEEK: 6

Show is 7/10 at 11:00 am.

Show is 6/12 at 11:00 am.

ALADDIN & THE LAMP

WEEK: 8

Show is 7/24 at 11:00 am.

I AM MOANA

ELSA & ANNA 2

WEEK: 9

WEEK: 3

Show is 6/19 at 11:00 am.

Show is 7/31 at 11:00 am.

Musical Theater Camps: Ovations Musical Theater

WEEKS: 3, 6, 8, 9, 10 Fun, challenging, and engaging, self-esteem skyrockets as members learn to develop character, vocal technique, presentation, acting skills, accents, and dance skills. Scripts are customized for each cast to feature and comfortably challenge every performer. Designed for the camper who is ready for a slightly higher level of commitment, however prior experience is not necessary. The cast is given a script lasting about 45 minutes to 1 hour with about 6–10 songs. Requires a commitment from members. Participants are expected to independently study their lines, songs, and blocking, as scheduled, and to attend all camp days. Please have your child prepare a song for the first day. No refund once program begins. $80 production fee is due to the instructor prior to camp. All full-day participants MUST enroll in Camp Connector BYOL. AGES 8–14Y

OZ’S WICKED

INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ’N DANCE WEEK: 3

Show is 6/19 at 6:00 pm.

ALEXANDER HAMILTON

WEEK: 6

OZ’S WICKED

WEEK: 8

Show is 7/10 at 6:00 pm.

GREASE IS THE WORD!

WEEK: 9

Show is 7/31 at 6:00 pm.

SHOWMAN

WEEK: 10

Show is 8/7 at 6:00 pm.

Show is 7/24 at 6:00 pm.

Musical Theater and Dance Camps: CIT

WEEKS: 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9 As CITs NOT performing roles for “Little Theater,” older campers assist experienced instructors with classroom management and by helping younger campers memorize choreography, lines and songs with craft activities. They also take on leadership roles backstage during dress rehearsals and shows. CITs for “Orinda Ovations” is ideal for a camper interested in providing back stage support for campers closer to their own age. CITs must be able to attend dress rehearsals and shows. Please reference these dates. CITs are NOT given a role in production. All full-day participants MUST enroll in Camp Connector BYOL. AGES 11–16Y

INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ’N DANCE

Nature Camp

WEEK: 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 Unplugged and in nature every morning for the week! Hike, explore, conduct experiments, play games—all in the great outdoors at the historic Wagner Ranch Nature Area (next to Wagner Ranch School). Explore creeks, ponds (tadpoles, frogs & turtles), and meadows with Naturalist Toris Jaeger & staff. Find & learn about native plant, bird and animal species that have lived in Orinda for hundreds of years. Other themes include workings of the natural environment, ethnobiology, cultural history of the area (including native stories and games), sustainability, and other subjects. Campers will spend time journaling every day, recording their experiences through writing, drawing and charting (journals provided). The week wraps up with a celebratory barbeque on Friday. Materials fee covers the daily, healthy organic snack, a refillable water bottle, journal, & bandana to keep. Separate age groups for some activities. ($40 food & materials fee paid to “FWRNA” due on first day of camp.) Go to www.fwrna.org for more info on the venue. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER RANCH NATURE AREA AGES 5–9Y, 10–12Y INSTRUCTOR: TORIS JAEGER

Performing Arts: A Star is Born

WEEK: 5 Through creative and dramatic play, movement and music, arts and crafts, young campers will learn the basics of performing arts—singing, dancing, and acting—while bringing songs from popular musicals and movies to life. Week ends with an epic live show to be enjoyed by family and friends. A $10 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 4–7Y

Performing Arts: Create, Collaborate and Perform

WEEK: 4

Be the Director, Producer, Actor, and Choreographer of your original musical theater production. Actors will collaborate to write their own original script, incorporate original or popular songs into the storyline, choreograph corresponding dance routines, and create costumes and props. On the last day of camp, you will perform for family and friends a mini-musical that is truly your own creation. $10 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI

Performing Arts: Orinda’s Got Talent

WEEK: 7 So you want to be the next American Idol, or have the judges swirling around in their chairs on The Voice...get your voice ready in a camp that teaches you about tone, performance and the “it factor” without the mean Simon Cowell criticism. Get tips on how to become a better singer, learn the best onstage moves to wow the audience, learn how to rock the microphone, audition technique and more. This summer camp will leave you prepared for your school’s next talent show or Spring Musical! AGES 5–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI

Performing Arts: Show Choir

WEEK: 6 In Show Choir, campers will learn songs from contemporary movies and musicals and create choreographed ensemble numbers. Songs from The Greatest Showman, Disney, Descendants, Zombies, Hamilton, Spongebob Musical, La La Land, Mamma Mia, and Wicked will be learned and performed. The week culminates with The Greatest Show to be enjoyed by family and friends. $10 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 5–11Y

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INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI


WEEK: 2

Bring your craziest ideas to life with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as: chugging Steamboats, enchanting Moon Bridges, and bustling Airports. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas. AGES 5–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Animal Architects Using Lego

WEEK: 6 Let your imagination run wild as we design and build leaping dolphins, buzzing beehives, and towering giraffes. Play, create, and learn in a world inspired by the animal kingdom. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas. AGES 5–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Animal Master Architects Using Lego

WEEK: 6

Be inspired by the natural innovation and engineering of the animal world. Design and build fluttering butterflies, stomping elephants, and fierce Tasmanian devils. Apply real-world mechanical engineering concepts as you design, build, and explore your craziest ideas. AGES 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Jedi Engineering Using Lego

WEEK: 8 The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects such as LEGO® X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets, and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire! AGES 5–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Jedi Master Engineering Using Legos

WEEK: 8

The Force Awakens in this advanced engineering course for young Jedi! Discover key engineering concepts such as gear trains, pneumatics, and eccentric motion. Build LEGO X-Wings, Pod Racers, Cloud Cities, and other complex machines and structures from a galaxy far, far away. AGES 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Mine, Craft, Build Adventure Game using Lego

WEEK: 4 Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game. Build a Zoo, create a Medieval Castle, and design a Tree House Village! This LEGO experience is an original game designed by Play-Well instructors inspired by the popular game, Minecraft. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO. AGES 5–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Mine, Craft, Build Survival Game using Lego

WEEK: 4 Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game. This ultimate LEGO Minecraft experience is an original game designed by Play-Well instructors, using gameplay elements and characters inspired by the popular Minecraft video game. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO. AGES 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Robotics using Lego WeDo

WEEK: 10 Build and program robots in this introductory Robotics class using the LEGO WeDo system. Learn basic programming skills, simple engineering concepts, and the names of robot components. Work in small groups to complete several projects using tilt and motion sensors. AGES 6–7Y

CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Playwell: Adventures in STEM using Lego

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: Robotics using Mindstorms EV3

WEEK: 10 Build and program robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system! Learn about mechanical and software design, loops, conditional statements, problem solving, and teamwork skills. Work in small groups, program and build your robot, and rise to the challenge. Projects are structured so that students work in an open-ended, investigative environment while having fun. AGES 8–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Playwell: STEM Explorations using Lego

WEEK: 2

Refine your construction skills as you tinker with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real-world concepts through projects such as: dizzying Teacup Rides, customized Cuckoo clocks, and the historic Wright Flyer. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas. AGES 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Public Speaking: Debate and Writing Skills (Superheroes)

WEEK: 2 Confidence is my superpower! The “Superheroes” theme-based activities, speech and debate topics make a fun learning environment for kids. Students do tongue-twister challenges, storytelling, poems, games, debates and presentations with props and dress up. Children learn to present with confidence, use emotion, and connect with the audience fluently. Shy students and talkative ones alike will benefit and learn from this class. AGES 7–13Y

INSTRUCTOR: GURUS EDUCATION

Public Speaking: Money, Money Camp

WEEK: 8 A useful and fun course that benefits and is valued by children and parents alike! This class introduces students to money management using activities like Comparative Shopping, Salary analysis, budgeting a trip, wants and need planning. Students learn how to track expenses and analyze them. They study entrepreneurship, loans, taxation and more. Parents appreciate to see their children become aware on these concepts. AGES 7–13Y

INSTRUCTOR: GURUS EDUCATION

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Sports, Flag Football

WEEKS: 2, 10 Our innovative games develop the players skills, confidence, and passion for the game, all in a safe environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on FUN! Skyhawks coaches teach campers the fundamentals of passing, rushing, receiving and defense, along with the rules, strategies and play-calls of the game. All participants receive a Skyhawks football, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 6.5–11Y

Sports, Mini Hawks Baseball Sewing: Machine Sewing Fun

WEEKS 1, 5, 8, 9 Make new friends while having fun and learning new sewing skills. A maximum of six students for individual instruction with certified Sewing Instructor, Debbie Madison, build new skills each week. Computerized machines and all supplies provided except large fabrics. $25 ($20 week 5) materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. $8 for special glass head straight pins (to keep) and $4 if you would like a sewing magnet for your pins (to keep). These additional fees are recommended but not required and due to the instructor on the first day of camp. AGES 8–17Y

INSTRUCTOR: DEBBIE MADISON

Sports, Advanced Basketball

WEEK: 4 The fundamentals of basketball are taught through an actionpacked week of 3-pointers, fast breaks, steals, assists, and high-fives! Campers develop their skills, confidence and passion while learning advanced game strategy including positions, plays/play-calls, formations/court spacing, offensive/defensive transitions and teamwork. All participants receive a Skyhawks basketball and t-shirt. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. This camp is not eligible for Camp Connector BYOL. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER GYM AGES 9–14Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Baseball

WEEK: 6 Our Skyhawks-Original drills and games are interactive, fastpaced, and focus on individual skill development. Skyhawks coaches create a safe and positive environment. Your young athlete will learn the essential rules, strategies, and etiquette needed to take the next step in baseball. All participants receive a Skyhawks baseball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. This camp is not eligible for Camp Connector BYOL. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER GYM AGES 6–11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Basketball

WEEK: 4 Each day, participants will be broken into teams to compete in a series of innovative drills and games that focus on developing their skills, confidence, and passion for the game. Skyhawks coaches provide a positive environment where players of all abilities can participate in friendly competition with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun! All participants receive a Skyhawks basketball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. This camp is not eligible for Camp Connector BYOL. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER GYM AGES 6.5–11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

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INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

WEEK: 6 Skyhawks coaches use age-appropriate games and modified equipment to keep the young athletes entertained while developing their skills, confidence, and passion for the sport. Skyhawks coaches create a positive environment where kids can develop at their own pace with lots of encouragement and a big focus on FUN! All participants receive a Skyhawks baseball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 4–6Y

INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Mini Hawks Basketball

WEEK: 4 Through a series of age-appropriate drills and skill-based games, boys and girls can tip off their basketball career in a positive environment with lots of encouragement. Skyhawks coaches keep kids engaged and entertained while developing their dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, defense, self-esteem, and love for the game. All participants receive a Skyhawks basketball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. NOT eligible for Extended Care or Camp Connector BYOL. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER GYM AGES 4–6Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Mini Hawks Soccer

WEEK: 8 Through a series of age-appropriate drills and skill-based games, boys and girls can kick-off their soccer career in a positive environment with lots of encouragement. Skyhawks coaches keep kids engaged and entertained while developing their dribbling, passing, shooting, ball control, defense, self-esteem, and love for the game. All participants receive a Skyhawks soccer ball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 4–6Y

INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Mink Hawks (Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Track and Field)

WEEKS: 2, 7, 10 This ultimate multi-sport camp combine’s baseball, basketball, soccer, and track & field; allowing young athletes to develop a passion for a variety of sports in one fun-filled setting. Participants explore balance, body movement, coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, sportsmanship, and sport specific skill development in a structured environment with lots of encouragement! All participants receive a Skyhawks soccer ball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 4–6Y

INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

All camps will have a 3% facility preservation fee applied.


WEEK: 8 Using our progressional curriculum, and focusing on the whole player, we provide young athletes with the skills, passion, and confidence to be a better player on and off the field. All participants receive a Skyhawks soccer ball, t-shirt, and award medal. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 6.5–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Summer Camp Olympics

WEEK: 7 Participants will learn and play fun Skyhawks variations of Baseball, Basketball, Capture the Flag, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Kickball, Soccer, Track & Field and Ultimate Frisbee. By adding just the right amount of friendly competition, this program teaches boys and girls teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership, and strategy. All participants receive a Skyhawks soccer ball, t-shirt, award medal, and digital photo album. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 6.5–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Volleyball

WEEK: 9 The fundamental skills of Volleyball are taught through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages that focus on passing, setting, hitting, and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginning and intermediate player. All participants receive a t-shirt, Volleyball and Skyhawks Award medal. $20 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. This camp is not eligible for Camp Connector BYOL. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER GYM AGES 6.5–11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Sports, Volleyball, Advanced

WEEK: 9 The fundamentals of volleyball are taught through an actionpacked week of digs, spikes, aces and high-fives! Campers develop their skills, confidence and passion for the game while learning advanced game strategy including serve/serve receive formations, positions/rotations, offensive/defensive transitions, court spacing and teamwork. All participants receive a Skyhawks volleyball & t-shirt. $20 materials fee due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. This camp is not eligible for Camp Connector BYOL. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WAGNER GYM AGES 9–14Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS

Tennis Adventure

WEEKS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10 The camps will challenge all levels of abilities. Drills and workouts will be fun. Games will be incorporated to enhance footwork and conditioning. We will also emphasize strokes, etiquette, rules, scoring and sportsmanship! Small groups for quality and individual instruction. $15 materials fee due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp.

CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

Sports, Soccer

AGES 4–6Y, 7–14Y INSTRUCTOR: RON NOON ( USPTA ELITE PRO) AND STAFF

Tennis, Orange/Green Dot Ball Tennis

WEEKS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Orange/Green Ball Jr. Tennis Camp is for all levels. We divide groups into similar levels so that they feel comfortable and happy with who they are with. More advanced technique is taught within this camp including topspin and backspin, volleys and overheads, serving, and of course ground strokes. Match play for singles and doubles is also introduced in this camp. Our staff are well trained and have a passion for teaching tennis. $15 material (ball) fee ($12 week 5) due to instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 9–13Y INSTRUCTOR: DREW DIEFENBACH ( USPTA ELITE PRO) AND PARAGON TENNIS STAFF

Tennis, Red Ball Tennis

WEEKS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Red Ball Jr. Tennis Camp is for beginner to intermediate level. We teach all campers how to rally throughout the week so that they can go home and play tennis with their family and friends. Our teaching methodology is customized to meet the needs of every level of player in this camp, regardless of age. Skill building, tennis games, prizes, and staying cool are some of the ways we do this. $15 material (ball) fee ($12 week 5) due to instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 4–9Y INSTRUCTOR: DREW DIEFENBACH ( USPTA ELITE PRO) AND PARAGON TENNIS STAFF

Writing, Creative

WEEKS: 1, 9 Become inspired as you work on scripts, short stories, memoirs, essays, comic novellas, and poetry. Students will receive daily prompts to help create new work, or they may bring writing that they are developing to class for feedback. This camp culminates in an online teen creative writing magazine showcasing the writers’ works. Be published online! Camp is for ALL LEVELS of writers. $10 material fees is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. AGES 8–18Y

REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

INSTRUCTOR: KATHY MCCARTY

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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REGISTRATION, POLICIES & PROCEDURES

Summer Camp Registration, Policies & Procedures Registration Begins February 10, 2020 General Registration Information Online Registration: www.OrindaParksandRec.org In Person: Orinda Community Center, 28 Orinda Way Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm Not eligible for early bird discount. Mail: Complete registration form and check payment, including 3% Facility Preservation Fee. Not eligible for early bird discount.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is required for all camps prior to participation. Register early as some camps fill quickly or may be cancelled due to low enrollment. You will be notified if a camp is cancelled, or if there is a change. CANCELLED CAMPS

Camps not meeting the minimum enrollment 10 days prior to the start of camp will be cancelled and a full refund will be issued. REFUND AND TRANSFER REQUESTS

Helpful Registration Tips

• For your security, we can no longer accept credit card payments over the phone or by fax. • If you need assistance in creating or accessing your new account, please give us a call at (925) 254-2445. • If paying by check, call us and we can calculate your total amount due. Make check payable to “City of Orinda”

Registration may be cancelled up to five days prior to the scheduled camp for a refund minus a processing fee of $5 for credit cards or $20 for checks. Requests less than five days prior to the start of the camp are subject to approval by Recreation Staff. No refunds after the program has begun. Parks and Recreation Forms can be downloaded at www.orindaparksandrec.org/328/Forms-and-Documents.

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all camps.

Facility Preservation Fee

SINCE SEPTEMBER 2018 On May 2, 2017, the Orinda City Council approved the Facility Preservation Fee for the Parks and Recreation Department. The fee is similar to the existing Per Player Fee applied to Sports Facility rentals for sports facility maintenance. This fee is currently applied as a tax to each department transaction (excluding sports facility rentals) in order to provide transparency in how the fee is collected. The funds generated will be used for the preservation of recreation facilities, particularly the Orinda Community Center, and help supplement the limited resources available in the General Fund. To learn more, visit http://orindaparksandrec.org/400/Facility-Preservation-Fee

Summer Camp Fast Facts CAMP COURTYARD: Drop-off and pick up for summer camps will occur at Camp Courtyard. More information about Camp Courtyard will be included in the Parent Letter emailed each week. ENRICHMENT PROGRAM: The location of the

Enrichment Program will be announced in May, 2020. EXTENDED CARE: Parents must register separately for

DON’T FORGET THE SUNSCREEN: Campers will

extended care options including Camp Connector BYOL.

be outside at some point, so please remember to apply sunscreen prior to drop-off.

CAMP CONNECTOR BYOL: Lunch is not provided by the

WEEKLY EMAILS: You will receive an email by the

City of Orinda. Parents need to provide children with a lunch or snack and registration is required. DROP OFF/PICK UP PERMISSION: Provide names

during registration. TOILET TRAINED: Campers must be completely toilet

trained to attend camp. Camp Staff and Instructors are not able to assist children during restroom breaks.

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MEDICATION/ALLERGIES: If medication is needed (prescription or over the counter) a supplemental Parental Consent & Directions to Staff for the Self-Administration of Medications Form is recommended. Form available on our website (orindaparksandrec.org) or at the Orinda Community Center front office.

Friday before the week of camp for which your camper is registered. This email contains important camp information. If there are any notices or changes to programming, they will be listed in these emails. Materials fee may apply and will be collected by instructor.


Summer Camp Registration Form 28 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA 94563 | (925) 254-2445 | OrindaParksandRec@CityofOrinda.org Adult/Parent/Legal Guardian Name (Last, First)_______________________________________ Email_______________________________________ Home Phone_________________________________ Work________________________________ Cell ________________________________ Address____________________________________________________ City________________________________ Zip____________________ Provide first and last name, age, and birthdate for each child that will be registered for summer camp(s). Camp titles, barcodes and fees may be inserted in Week # blocks below. For additional Week # blocks, download at: www.orindaparksandrec.org/328/Forms-and-Documents. First Name

Week #

Last Name

Child’s First Name Camp Name

Week # Barcode

Age

Child’s First Name Camp Name

Camp Fee

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Extended Care AM (7:30 am–9:00 am)

Extended Care AM (7:30 am–9:00 am)

Camp Connector BYOL (12:00–1:00 pm)

Camp Connector BYOL (12:00–1:00 pm)

Extended Care PM (4:00 pm–6:00 pm)

Extended Care PM (4:00 pm–6:00 pm) Total:

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Week # Barcode

Barcode

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Child’s First Name Camp Name

Birthdate

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Child’s First Name Camp Name

Camp Fee

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Extended Care AM (7:30 am–9:00 am)

Camp Connector BYOL (12:00–1:00 pm)

Camp Connector BYOL (12:00–1:00 pm)

Extended Care PM (4:00 pm–6:00 pm)

Extended Care PM (4:00 pm–6:00 pm) Total:

Total:

Make checks payable to: The City of Orinda.

Subtotal: + 3% Facility Preservation Fee: TOTAL:

PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE REGISTRATION AND CANCELLATION POLICIES ON PAGE 22 OF THE SUMMER CAMP GUIDE.

It is your responsibility as the consumer to understand our policies in the event you need to withdraw from our camps. In consideration of being permitted to participate in City of Orinda Parks and Recreation activities, THE UNDERSIGNED, as a participant or legal guardian representing a minor participant, HEREBY FOREVER RELEASES, WAIVES AND DISCHARGES THE CITY OF ORINDA, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers from any and all liability, to the undersigned and/or his/her personal representatives, assignees, heirs, and next of kin for any loss and/or damages and any claims or demands occurring or resulting from any accidents, injury, and/or damage to the person or property or death of the undersigned or their minor, arising out of or connected with participation in activities on the City of Orinda’s property or site utilized by the City of Orinda, and/or while using the premises, facilities, and or equipment thereon, whether or not caused by the negligence and/or property of the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, or volunteers. THE UNDERSIGNED, as a participant or legal guardian representing a minor participant, ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, due to the negligence of the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers or otherwise while in, upon, or about the premises of the City of Orinda, or site utilized by the City of Orinda, and/or while using the premises, facilities, and or equipment thereon.

Parent/Legal Guardian Signature REGISTER ONLINE: OrindaParksandRec.org

THE UNDERSIGNED, as a participant or legal guardian representing a minor participant, agrees to INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers from any and all claims, actions, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, damages and liabilities, including attorneys fees, brought as a result of the undersigned’s or their minor’s involvement in activities while in, upon, or about the premises of the City of Orinda, or a site utilized by the City of Orinda, and/or while using the premises, facilities, and or equipment thereon, and to reimburse the City of Orinda for any such expenses. THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY PERMITS the taking of photographs or videos of themselves or their minor to be used at the City’s discretion and understand they may be used for marketing purposes. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS READ AND VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THE RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, and further agrees that no oral representations, statements, or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement has been made. The undersigned hereby acknowledges fully understanding the terms of this agreement and acknowledges that by signing this agreement the undersigned completely and unconditionally releases the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers from any and all liability to the greatest extent allowed by the law.

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On camp registrations February 10–March 15 Register online: OrindaParksandRec.org *Discount applies to online camp registration only—no discount for in-person or mailed-in registrations. Discount taken from base resident fee. Other Fees (any applicable non-resident and/or materials fees, plus 3% facility preservation fee) will apply after discount.

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Check out the City of Orinda's latest Activity Guide, our Summer 2020 camp guide! Camps begin Jun 1st!

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Check out the City of Orinda's latest Activity Guide, our Summer 2020 camp guide! Camps begin Jun 1st!