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Summer Camps Guide ORINDA

Choose your own

adventure!

2017

Camp Orinda

Take advantage of early camp drop-off times! Morning camps: 8:45 am Afternoon camps: 12:45 pm

Mad Science Camp

Comic Book Camp

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.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 from 7:30 am–6:00 pm, Monday–Friday for ONLY $370!!! • All summer camps $195/$224 (non-resident) for 9:00 am–12:00 pm or 1:00–4:00 pm at the Orinda Community Center • Or choose both an AM and PM camp for $350/$403 (non-resident)* • FREE** Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm) for those who register! • AM Extended Care (7:30–9:00 am) and PM Extended Care (4:00–6:00 pm) options available for $10/$12 (non-resident) each!

$

NEW! Materials fees now collected with registration.

Same great-quality, creative and fun programming you have come to expect from the City of Orinda presented at set fees with care available from 7:30 am–6:00 pm for one low price of $370 for the entire week! *For discount must call or walk in to register **Free Lunch Bunch for camps offered at Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park only.

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, personable, 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 by closing on Friday, March 17th. We will be contacting applicants shortly thereafter to schedule interviews.

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For more information, contact Pamela Foster at pfoster@cityoforinda.org.

Don’t miss our 2017 Enrichment Program! Weeks 2–5. See page 13 for details.


Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR) PM only: $195/$224 (NR) AM + PM*:

4Y

5Y

Art, Music & Playtime Camp $

8Y

9Y

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22523

Cheerleading: High Spirit Cheer

#22511

& Dance Camp (7–13Y)

Mad Science: Secret Agent Lab (6–11Y) $

#22515

Musical Theater: Castle Tales (3.5–7Y) $

#22441

OK Camp: Welcome to the Jungle (3.5–6Y)

#22474

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22570

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22580

Tennis Camp $

#22561

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm All Day Camp

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

7Y

#22378

#22565 #22483

Adventure Art Camp

#22359

Chess Camp

#22438

Comic Book Camp (7–13Y) $

#22557

Mad Science: Incredible Body (6–11Y) $

#22516

Musical Theater: Castle Tales (3.5–7Y)

OR... Pick an

6Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

$350/$403 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

3Y

#22442

Musical Theater: Annie

#22599

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

June 12–16

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

Ages:

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

WEEK 1

WEEK 1

Choose your own adventure!

#22388

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

About Extended Care and Free Lunch Bunch: Extended Care and Lunch Bunch options apply to camps located

at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Lunch Bunch is free; Extended Care (AM or PM) is $10/$12 (NR) each. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 1

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

7:30 am– 9:00 am– 8:45 am– 5:30 pm 3:30 pm 4:00 pm

Ages:

6Y

7–9Y

Musical Theater CIT: Annie (11–16Y) $165/$190 (NR)

13–16Y

#22601

Camp Orinda: Into the Wild $300/$345 (NR)

#22325

Camp Orinda Extended: Into the Wild $350/$403 (NR)

#22327

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

10–12Y

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

Looking for camp descriptions? See pages 14–21.

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Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day! Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

WEEK 2 Ages:

9Y

#22454 #22475

Play-well: Intro to STEM with Lego

#22503

Sports, Baseball Camp (7–11Y)

#22469

Sports, Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Camp

#22463

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22571 #22581 #22562

#22566

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

#22484

Art Camp (5–10Y)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22525

#22426

Film, Incrediflix: Minecraft Flix $

#22455

Gymnastics & More Camp

#22450

Jedi in Training Camp

#22363

Play-well: STEM Challenge with Lego

#22509

Film, Incrediflix Combo Camp:

#22456

Live Action & Minecraft Flix $

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#22389

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

Don’t miss our 2017 Enrichment Program! Weeks 2–5. See page 13 for details.

Stand-alone camps Located at Wagner Gym.

WEEK 2

7:30 am– 5:30 pm

9:00 am– 3:30 pm

Ages:

4

8Y #22379

OK Camp: Luaus and Leis (3.5–6Y)

Tennis Camp $

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

7Y

Film, Incrediflix: Live Action Flix $

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

6Y

Decoration Making Camp $

AM + PM*:

OR... Pick an

5Y

#22425

$195/$224 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

4Y

Art Camp (5–10Y)

PM only:

$350/$403 (NR)

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

All Day Camp

WEEK 2

June 19–23

Choose your own adventure!

Camp Orinda: Aloha Summer $300/$345 (NR)

Camp Orinda Extended: Aloha Summer

$350/$403 (NR)

6Y

7–9Y #22326

#22328

10–12Y

13–14Y


$195/$224 (NR) AM + PM*:

$350/$403 (NR)

Extended Care

AM or PM, each:

$10/$12 (NR)

OR... Pick an

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

5Y

6Y

7Y

8Y

9Y

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22380 #22427

Decoration Making Camp $

#22526

Mad Science: World Scientists (5–7Y) $

#22517

Musical Theater: Mary Poppins

#22603

OK Camp: Medieval Times (3.5–6Y)

#22477

Tennis Camp $

#22563

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22567

#22572

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22582

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

#22485

Art Camp (5–10Y)

#22428

Comic Book Camp (7–13Y) $

#22558

Mad Science: How Things Work (6–11Y) $

#22518

Superhero Academy Camp

#22362

Musical Theater: Grease

#22602

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

June 26–30

PM only:

4Y

Art Camp (5–10Y)

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

Ages:

All Day Camp

Build Your Camp

WEEK 3

WEEK 3

Choose your own adventure!

#22390

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

About Extended Care and Free Lunch Bunch

$

Extended Care and Lunch Bunch options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Lunch Bunch is free; Extended Care (AM or PM) is $10/$12 (NR) each. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

Stand-alone camps

NEW! Materials fees now collected with registration.

WEEK 3

Musical Theater and Teen OuTeens meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care (see above listings; registration required). Camp Orinda is located at Wagner Gym.

Ages: 8:45 am– 12:00 pm

Musical Theater CIT: Mary Poppins $90/$104 (NR)

8:45 am– 4:00 pm*

Musical Theater CIT: Grease $165/$190 (NR)

9:00 am– 3:30 pm

Camp Orinda: Holiday Hollabaloo $300/$345 (NR)

7:30 am– 5:30 pm

Camp Orinda Extended:

6Y

7–9Y

$350/$403 (NR)

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

13–16Y

#22606 #22616

*Plus Friday, 5:00–7:30 pm

Holiday Hollabaloo

10–12Y

#22329 #22330

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

Looking for camp descriptions? See pages 14–21.

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$280/$322 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $8/$9 (NR)

OR... Pick an

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

5Y

6Y

9Y

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22476

Play-well, Mine, Craft, Build:

#22502

Adventure Games using Lego®

Sports, All Sorts of Sports Camp

#22466

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22573 #22585

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

#22486

Adventure Games Camp

#22366

Comic Book Camp (7–13Y) $

#22559

Mad Science, NASA:

#22520

Journey into Outer Space (6–11Y) $

Play-well, Mine, Craft, Build:

#22510

Survival Games using Lego® (7–10Y)

Triple Threat Performance Camp

#22446

Musical Theater: Aristocats

#22596

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#22391

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

No camp on 7/4. *Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 4

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

8:45 am– 4:00 pm

Musical Theater CIT:

9:00 am– 3:30 pm

Ages:

Camp Orinda: Adrenaline Rush $240/$276 (NR)

8:00 7:30am– am– 5:30 5:30pm pm

8Y

#22519

OK Camp: 3 Holidays, 1 Week (3.5–6Y)

All Day Camp $280/$322 (NR)

6Y

7–9Y

$132/$125 (NR)

Camp Orinda Extended: Adrenaline Rush

$280/$322 (NR)

10–12Y

13–16Y

#22607

Aristocats (11–14Y)

Looking for camp descriptions? see pages 14–21

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7Y

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

AM + PM*:

4Y

#22381

Mad Science: My First Lab $

Camp Fees AM only: $156/$179 (NR) PM only: $156/$179 (NR)

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 4 Ages:

Build Your Camp

All Day Camp

WEEK 4

July 3–7

Choose your own adventure!

#22331

#22332

Don’t miss our 2017 Enrichment Program! Weeks 2–5. See page 13 for details.


Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

5Y

6Y

7Y

8Y

Film, Incrediflix:

#22457

Stop Motion Tricks & Effects Flix (9–13Y) $

OK Camp: Camp Jurassic (3.5–6Y)

#22478

Soccer Camp (7–11Y)

#22470

Sports, Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Camp

#22467

Play-well: Robotics using Lego® WeDo

#22504

Tennis Camp $

#22564

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22568

#22574

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22583

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

#22489

Art Camp (5–10Y)

All Day Camps

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

#22430

Film, Incrediflix:

#22458

Star Wars Stop Motion Flix (9–13Y) $

Glee Club Camp

#22447

Jedi in Training Camp

#22364 #22501

Musical Theater: Legally Blonde

#22604

Film, Incrediflix:

#22459

Stop Motion and Star Wars (9–13Y) $

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

#22392

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

Stand-alone camps

About Extended Care and Free Lunch Bunch

Extended Care and Lunch Bunch options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Lunch Bunch is free; Extended Care (AM or PM) is $10/$12 (NR) each. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

WEEK 5

Musical Theater and Teen OuTeens meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care (see above listings; registration required). Camp Orinda is located at Wagner Gym.

Ages: 8:45 am– 4:00 pm*

Musical Theater CIT: Legally Blonde $165/$190 (NR)

9:00 am– 3:30 pm

Teen OuTeens (11–14Y) $280/$332 (NR)

6Y

7–9Y

Camp Orinda Extended: Jurassic Island

$350/$403 (NR)

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

10–12Y

13–16Y

#22617

*Plus Friday, 5:00–7:30 pm

Camp Orinda: Jurassic Island $300/$345 (NR)

7:30 am– 5:30 pm

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22429

Play-well: Robotics using Lego® EV3

OR... Pick an

9Y

#22382

Art Camp (5–10Y)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

$350/$403 (NR)

4Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

PM only: $195/$224 (NR) AM + PM*:

3Y

July 10–14

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

Ages:

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

WEEK 5

WEEK 5

Choose your own adventure!

#22411 #22333 #22334

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR) PM only: $195/$224 (NR) AM + PM*:

$350/$403 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

OR... Pick an

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch! All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

3Y

4Y

5Y

6Y

7Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

8Y

9Y

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22383

Art Camp (5–10Y)

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

WEEK 6 Ages:

#22431

Chess Camp

#22439

Musical Theater: Little Mermaid OK Camp: Under the Sea (3.5–6Y) Tennis Camp $

#22609 #22479 #22593

#22590

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22575

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22584

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

Build Your Camp

All Day Camp

WEEK 6

July 17–21

Choose your own adventure!

#22487

Adventure Games Camp

#22367

Art Camp (5–10Y)

#22432

Broadway Bound Performance Camp

#22448

Creative Writing Camp $

#22839

Musical Theater: Mamma Mia

#22605

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#22393

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 6

Musical Theater and Teen OuTeens meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care (see above listings; registration required). Camp Orinda meets at Wagner Gym.

Ages:

7–9Y

10–12Y

13–16Y

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

Musical Theater CIT: Little Mermaid (11–16Y)

#22598

8:45 am– 4:00 pm*

Musical Theater CIT: Mamma Mia (11–16Y) $165/$190 (NR)

#22618

9:00 am– 3:30 pm

Teen OuTeens (11–14Y) $350/$403 (NR)

7:30 am– 5:30 pm

$90/$104 (NR)

*Plus Friday, 5:00–7:30 pm

#22410

Camp Orinda: Aqua Adventures $300/$345 (NR)

#22335

Camp Orinda Extended: Aqua Adventures $350/$403 (NR)

#22336

Looking for camp descriptions? see pages 14–21

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6Y

$

NEW! Materials fees now collected with registration.


Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

OR... Pick an

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

8Y

9Y

#22521

Musical Theater: Jungle Book

#22600

OK Camp: Space Adventures (3.5–6Y)

#22480

Sports, Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Camp

#22465

Sports, Summer Camp Olympics

#22464

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22576

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22586

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22460

#22488

Adventure Art Camp

#22360

Belt it Out Performance Camp

#22449

Film, Incrediflix: Lego® Flix $

#22461

Mad Science: World Scientists $

#22626

Musical Theater: Addams Family

#22612

Film, Incrediflix Combo Camp:

#22462

Star Wars and Lego® Flix $

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#22394

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

Stand-alone camps

About Extended Care and Free Lunch Bunch

Extended Care and Lunch Bunch options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Lunch Bunch is free; Extended Care (AM or PM) is $10/$12 (NR) each. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

WEEK 7

Musical Theater and Teen OuTeens meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care (see above listings; registration required). Camp Orinda is located at Wagner Gym.

Ages:

8:45 am– 4:00 pm*

7Y

#22622

Mad Science: Big Bang & Beyond (6–11Y) $

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

6Y

Film, Incrediflix: Star Wars Live Action Flix $

All Day Camps

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

5Y

#22384

Dance, Frozen Camp

$195/$224 (NR) $350/$403 (NR)

4Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

PM only:

AM + PM*:

3Y

July 24–28

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

Ages:

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

WEEK 7

WEEK 7

Choose your own adventure!

6Y

7–9Y

Musical Theater CIT:

10–12Y

13–16Y

#22614

Jungle Book (11–16Y)

$90/$104 (NR)

Musical Theater CIT:

Addams Family (11–16Y)

#22619

$165/$190 (NR)

*Plus Friday, 5:00–7:30 pm

9:00 am– 3:30 pm

Teen OuTeens (11–14Y) $350/$403 (NR) Camp Orinda: Trip to Outer Space $300/$345 (NR)

7:30 am– 5:30 pm

Camp Orinda Extended: Trip to Outer Space

$350/$403 (NR)

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

#22398 #22337 #22338

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day! Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

OR... Pick an

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

5Y

6Y

7Y

8Y

9Y

#22433 #22524

Musical Theater: Peter Pan

#22611

OK Camp: Super Heroes in Training (3.5–6Y)

#22481

Play-well: Jedi Engineering using Lego®

#22508

Sports, Hit and Run Baseball/Softball

#22513

Tennis Camp $

#22591

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22594

#22577

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22587

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

#22490

Art Camp (5–10Y)

#22434

Gymnastics & More Camp

#22451

Play-well: Jedi Master Engineering

#22507

using Lego® (7–10Y)

Super Hero Academy Camp

#22365

Musical Theater: Into the Woods

#22608

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22385

Art, Music & Playtime Camp

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

4Y

Art Camp (5–10Y)

$195/$224 (NR) $350/$403 (NR)

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

PM only:

AM + PM*:

WEEK 8 Ages:

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

All Day Camp

WEEK 8

July 31–August 4

Choose your own adventure!

#22395

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 8

Musical Theater and Teen OuTeens meet at the Orinda Community Center and are eligible for Extended Care (see above listings; registration required). Camp Orinda meets at Wagner Gym.

Ages: 8:45 am– 12:00 pm 8:45 am– 4:00 pm* 9:00 am– 3:30 pm

10

7–9Y

Musical Theater CIT: Peter Pan (11–16Y) $90/$104 (NR)

10–12Y

13–16Y

#22597

Musical Theater CIT:

Into the Woods (11–16Y)

#22620

$165/$190 (NR)

*Plus Friday, 5:00–7:30 pm

Teen OuTeens (11–14Y) $350/$403 (NR) Camp Orinda: Super Heroes in Training $300/$345 (NR)

7:30 am– 5:30 pm

6Y

Camp Orinda Extended: Super Heroes in Training

$350/$403 (NR)

#22408 #22339 #22340


Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

5Y

6Y

Chess Camp Mad Science: Crazy Chemistry (6–11Y) $

OK Camp: Arrr Arrr Matey (3.5–6Y)

#22444 #22482

Sports, Flag Football Camp (7–11Y)

#22471

Sports, Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Camp

#22468

Tennis Camp $

#22592

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

#22595

#22578 #22588

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

#22491

Art Camp (5–10Y)

#22436

Comic Book Camp (7–13Y) $ Dance, Fairies & Unicorns

#22560 #22624

Jedi in Training Camp

#22499

Mad Science: Make it Go! (6–11Y) $

All Day Camp

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22514

Musical Theater: Castle Tales (3.5–7Y) $

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

9Y

#22440

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch!

8Y

#22435

AM + PM*:

OR... Pick an

7Y

#22386

Art Camp (5–10Y)

$195/$224 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

4Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

PM only:

$350/$403 (NR)

3Y

August 7–11

Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day!

Ages:

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

WEEK 9

WEEK 9

Choose your own adventure!

Little Medical School Camp

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#22522 #22842

#22396

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

About Extended Care and Free Lunch Bunch

Extended Care and Lunch Bunch options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Lunch Bunch is free; Extended Care (AM or PM) is $10/$12 (NR) each. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

Looking for camp descriptions? See pages 14–21.

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NEW! Materials fees now collected with registration.

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Pick an AM camp and PM camp to get free Lunch Bunch! Add Extended Care to make it a full day! Camp Fees AM only: $195/$224 (NR)

Extended Care AM or PM, each: $10/$12 (NR)

OR... Pick an

all day camp (9:00 am to 4:00 pm), with free Lunch Bunch! All Day Camp $350/$403 (NR)

4Y

5Y

6Y

7Y

8Y

9Y

10–12Y 13–14Y

#22387

Decoration Making Camp

#22527

Mad Science:

#22627

Flight Academy: 3, 2, 1, Lift off! (6–11Y) $

Musical Theater: Wizard of Oz

#22613

Nature Camp

#22493

Play-well: Intro to STEM with Lego®

#22505

Sports, All Sorts of Sports Camp (7-13Y)

#22512

Sports, Kidz Love Soccer Camp (5–10Y)

#22437

Tennis, Hot Shots Camp $

#22579

Tennis, Jr. Tennis Camp (9–15Y) $

#22589

FREE Lunch Bunch (12:00–1:00 pm)

PM Camps 1:00–4:00 pm

$350/$403 (NR)

3Y

Extended Care AM (7:30–9:00 am)

PM only: $195/$224 (NR) AM + PM*:

WEEK 10 Ages:

AM Camps 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Build Your Camp

All Day Camp

WEEK 10

August 14–18

Choose your own adventure!

#22492

Adventure Art Camp

#22361

Mad Science:

#22628

Eureka! The Inventors’ Academy (6–11Y) $

Play-well: STEM Challenge with Lego®

#22506

Little Veterinary and Pharmacy School $

#22841

Musical Theater: Wicked

#22610

Extended Care PM (4:00–6:00 pm)

#22397

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

*Must register by phone or walk in to receive discount. $ Materials fee applies and is now collected at registration, please see description.

About Extended Care and Free Lunch Bunch

Extended Care and Lunch Bunch options apply to camps located at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park. Lunch Bunch is free; Extended Care (AM or PM) is $10/$12 (NR) each. Participants MUST register to attend (no drop-in allowed).

Stand-alone camps

WEEK 10

Musical Theater meets at the Orinda Community Center and is eligible for Extended Care (see above listings; registration required). Basketball located at Wagner Gym.

Ages:

12

6Y

7–9Y

10–12Y

8:45 am– 12:00 pm

Musical Theater CIT: Wizard of Oz (11–16Y) $90/$104 (NR)

8:45 am– 4:00 pm*

Musical Theater CIT: Wicked (11–16Y) $165/$190 (NR)

9:00 am– 12:00 pm

Sports, Basketball Camp (7–11Y) $195/$104 (NR)

#22472

9:00 am– 3:00 pm

Sports, Basketball Camp w/ Multi-Sport (7–11Y) $350/$403 (NR)

#22473

13–16Y

#22615 #22621

*Plus Friday, 5:00–7:30 pm


Summer Enrichment Program: Big Woods Adventure!

Eagles and Bobcats and Bears, Oh My! Join us this summer for a “Big Woods Adventure” as we offer our exciting entering First Grade program, and kick off our new Jump Start Kindergarten summer program especially tailored for students entering Orinda Kindergartens later in the Fall! We will explore the beauty and rich diversity of life found in the forested areas of North America. We will absolutely “get close to nature” as we study the amazing trees, majestic lakes, fascinating mountains, and most of all the astonishing animal life in the big woods! We will hear themed stories and tall tale folklore, create Big Woods crafts, draw and paint from wild nature, and much more. Every student will receive instruction in drawing, taking home their own sketchbook at program’s end, learn to sing many “ Around the Campfire” folksongs, and make a working Teddy Bear Climber” wood toy. Both programs will weave a bit of academic skills into our fun. Special Fun Fridays will feature activities and special guests (including animals!) along our Forest theme. Follow the trail markers to FUN this summer with Summer Enrichment 2017 programs! LOCATION: TBA ENTERING GRADES: K–1

PROGRAM DIRECTOR: JIM BARTLEMAN

JUMP START KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM: FOREST FRIENDS!

A self-contained 3-hour class. Our “Friends” fun features a 4-week Kindergarten preparation curriculum especially written to “Jump Start” incoming K-kids into school, lovingly taught by kindergarten specialists to ease students into a love of learning! The morning mimics a regular Kindergarten school day. Our “Big Woods” theme looks at some of the most interesting animals (bears, deer, skunks, porcupines, beavers, eagles, etc.!) and trees (redwoods, spruce, etc.) living in forests, with many related crafts and activities. Lots of fun and study for our newest students, with themed instruction in beginning reading, writing, math, science, music and art. We’ll even make a working “Back Woods” banjo! Every student will receive quality instruction in drawing, singing and wood craft. It’s “Big Woods” fun, summer enrichment style! Join us as we hike the trail to the new world of school! No camp 7/4.

#22496 Jun 19–Jul 14 M–F 9:00 am-12:00 pm $490/$530 (NR)

FIRST GRADE PROGRAM: BIG WOODS FUN!

summer enrichment

Jump Start Kindergarten and 1st Grade Prog ms! ra

WEEKS 2–5

SUMMER ENRICHMENT 2017

A grade-specific, self-contained 3-hour class. Our incoming First Grade students take a fascinating look at big forests and some of the intriguing animals that inhabit them, presented with our signature brand of summer enrichment “Make It, Take It” hands-on Fun! Hear many related stories and “Tall Tales”, enjoy forest and nature-style crafts, and try your hand at Wilderness-style artwork, with reading, writing, math and science, and PE opportunities gently woven into the fun. We will investigate the marvelous ecology and interrelatedness that holds forests together so amazingly! We teachers strive to foster student investigation, creation, and expression. All students will receive quality instruction in drawing, singing and wood craft. We will sing together the “Campfire” way and learn many songs. This summer, be a part of our busy excursion through a huge forest of First Grade Fun! No camp 7/4.

#22494 Jun 19–Jul 14 M–F 9:00 am-12:00 pm $490/$530 (NR)

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Welcome to Camp descriptions!

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

Extended Care Options Extended Care, AM

WEEKS: 1–10 The City is offering morning extended care from 7:30 am–9:00 am. Staff will provide games, activities and crafts for your child until it is time for their morning camp. At 9:00 am all campers will be dropped off at their morning camp (this only pertains to camps taking place at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park). Space is limited, sign your child up today and choose your own adventure! Pair morning extended care with lunch bunch and afternoon extended care to create an all-day (7:30 am–6:00 pm) camp for your child. AGES: 4–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

Extended Care, Lunch Bunch

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 or Pine Grove Park and an afternoon camp at the Orinda Community Center or Pine Grove Park, we will have City Camp Staff pick your child up, supervise a lunch period (camper MUST bring their own lunch), play fun games and create exciting projects with them. At the conclusion of each lunch bunch, staff will drop your child off at their afternoon camp. Lunch Care is provided FREE! Pair this with morning and afternoon extended care to create an all-day (7:30 am–6:00 pm) camp for your child. AGES: 4–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

PM Extended Care

WEEKS: 1–10 New this summer! The City is offering afternoon extended care from 4:00 pm–6:00 pm. Staff will provide games, activities and crafts for your child after their afternoon camp. At 4:00 pm all campers will be picked up from their afternoon camp (this only pertains to camps taking place at the Orinda Community Center and Pine Grove Park) and supervise them until pick up by parents any time before 6:00 pm. Space is limited, sign your child up today and choose your own adventure! Pair morning extended care with lunch bunch and afternoon extended care to create an all-day (7:30 am–6:00 pm) camp for your child. AGES: 4–14Y

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INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

Adventure Art Camp

WEEKS: 1, 7, 10 Join us as we tour the globe learning about the world’s finest cities, recreating sites, sounds and artifacts from each location. Students will create a passport and get it stamped each day as we focus on San Francisco, New York, Paris, Tokyo and London. AGES: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

Adventure Games Camp

WEEKS: 4, 6 Does your child have boundless energy? Does your child like to play? If so then games camp is the camp for you! Non-stop games each week, from tag and playground games, to sports and board games, each day is filled with endless action. AGE: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

Art Camp

WEEKS: 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9 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. AGES: 5–10Y

INSTRUCTOR: SUSAN MCALLISTER

Art, Music & Playtime Camp

WEEKS: 1, 8 Children will use their creative energy during this summer camp filled with art projects, music, dance, and story time. Each day of camp will be based on a new theme. Please bring a daily snack. $20 materials fee. AGES: 4–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: LEMON BLOSSOMS CREATION STAFF

Belt it Out Performance Camp

WEEK: 7 Unlock your inner star with the Belt it Out Performance Camp. Each camp participant will explore fun vocal exercises, singing in harmony and cool choreography, while practicing and performing Musical Theatre repertoire. Learn performance skills, sing solos and harmonize while making friends who share a similar passion for performance. The camp will culminate in an exciting showcase for friends and family. AGES: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI


WEEK: 6 Calling all Triple Threats! Focus on the fundamental skills required for success in Musical Theatre. In a fun, supportive environment guided by talented and experienced staff, campers will learn the basics of acting, Musical Theatre Vocal technique, and Broadway dance choreography. Sing your hearts out, dance your shoes off, and create wonderful characters while having a lot of fun as you celebrate the magic of Musical Theatre. The camp will culminate in an exciting showcase for friends and family. AGES: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI

Camp Orinda and Camp Orinda Extended

WEEK 4, ADRENALINE RUSH

WEEKS: 1–8

Spend the summer enjoying one fun adventure after another! Join Camp Orinda and have a summer filled with great trips, games, nature walks, arts and crafts, skits, cooking, sports curriculum, guest presentations, special events, and all kinds of fun. Each session includes a different theme with excursions to places such as Lawrence Hall of Science, Waterworld, Exploritorium, Oakland Zoo... and more. Fees include all trip, entrance, and bus fees. Extended Camp includes more time for fun. Note that trips are subject to change. No camp July 4.

Visit two exciting locations that are sure to get your heart pumping. We will also be hosting a Bike Rodeo teaching bike and traffic safety along with games and prizes. This week’s adventures: Six Flags and Rock Climbing at City Beach. No camp July 4.

WEEK 5, JURASSIC ISLAND

Travel back in time 150 million years ago as we explore dinosaurs and the habitat that they roamed during the Mesozoic Era. This week’s adventures: Scandia Fun Center and the Exploratorium.

WEEK 6, AQUA ADVENTURES

Join us as we get wet and wild while on a journey through the deep blue sea. This week’s adventures: Jelly Belly Factory and Waterworld.

LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH GYM AGES: 6–12Y INSTRUCTOR: CAMP ORINDA STAFF

WEEK 1, INTO THE WILD

Run the savannah with cheetahs, explore the rainforest with sloths. Focus on the ecosystems that make up the different habitats of the world. Special presentation by Wildlife Associates who bring animals for students to meet up close and personal. This week’s adventures: Wildlife Associates visit and Oakland Zoo.

WEEK 2, ALOHA SUMMER

Join us as we heat up the summer, Hawaiian-style. We will create leis, grass skirts, Hawaiian shirts, and coconuts all week in preparation for our Friday Luau dance off. This week’s adventures: Adventure Playground and Pump it Up.

WEEK 7, A TRIP TO OUTER SPACE

1, 2, 3... Blast off! Our space explorers will journey through the galaxy bouncing from planet to planet to learn the infinite wisdom of yoda, how to operate a lightsaber and best of all: how to use the force! This week’s adventures: Sky High and Games2u.

WEEK 8, SUPER HEROES IN TRAINING

Does your child want to grow up to fight crime, use special powers or learn how to change in phone booths? Put your child through basic training as we prepare them for life as a superhero. This week’s adventures: Lake Anza and Magic Dan.

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Broadway Bound Performance Camp

WEEK 3, HOLIDAY HOLLABALOO

Why celebrate just one holiday this summer? This week’s fun includes Halloween, Thanksgiving and the 4th of July featuring games, crafts and traditions from each. This week’s adventures: Cal High Pool and Central Park Water Play Structure.

Cheerleading: High Spirit Cheer & Dance Camp

WEEK: 1

This camp packs a ton of cheer fundamentals, as well as simple fun routines and lessons! The staff guides participants through the process of improving their individual skills, while developing their confidence and understanding of basic cheer concepts and skills. In addition, children will have an opportunity to develop leadership skills and build self-esteem as they improve their technique. LOCATION: ORINDA COMMUNITY CENTER PARK AGES: 7–13Y INSTRUCTOR: NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS

Chess Camp

WEEKS: 1, 6, 9 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

Comic Book Camp

WEEKS: 1, 3, 4, 9 Become a comic book superstar! No experience necessary. Develop an imaginative storyline, then construct, pencil, and color in characters you create. At the end of the week each student will have an exciting comic book of their own! $20 materials fee. AGES: 7–13Y

Creative Writing with Kathy McCarty

WEEK: 6

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 two-week camp culminates in an online teen creative writing magazine showcasing the writers’ works. Be published online! Camp is for all levels of writers. For examples of past student’s works, visit: http://orindacreativewriting.homestead.com. $10 materials fee. AGES: 9–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: KATHY MCCARTY

Dance, Fairies & Unicorns Dance Camp

WEEK: 9

Dance with Fire & Ice fairies, Flying Horses, Tinkerbell, Garden Fairies and Unicorns! AGES: 3–5Y

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

INSTRUCTOR: COMIC BOOK CAMP STAFF

INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ‘N DANCE

INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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Dance, Frozen Camp

WEEKS: 7, 11 Join Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Hans, Sven, and Kristoff on their adventure! Ride in a fast sled in search for Elsa, build a snowman, and use your magic to turn land into ice! AGES: 3–5Y

INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ‘N DANCE

Decoration Making Camp

WEEKS: 2, 3, 10 Join us for a fun camp filled with decoration making and crafts. Learn how to make creative decorations that can be used for personalizing a bedroom or decorating for a party. Perfect for children that love to craft! Each week will be filled with new decorations and crafts. Bring a daily snack. $25 materials fee.

WEEK: 5 Experience the joy of music and performance! In Glee Club, performers will rehearse and perform a Musical Theatre production number with vocals and choreography. Performers will have the opportunity to audition, perform solos, harmonize and create choreography all within a fun and supportive group atmosphere. The camp will culminate in an exciting showcase for friends and family. Contemporary Musical Theatre repertoire will be performed. AGES: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI

Gymnastics Camp

Film, Incrediflix: Lego Flix

WEEKS: 2, 8 This camp is designed to introduce children to gymnastics. Learn beginning gymnastics and tumbling skills, working on bars, low balance beams, mini-trampolines, vaulting blocks and barrels and incline mats. Campers also participate in group activities such as ball games, music activities, parachute, and relay and circuit races. Students are introduced to strength and flexibility exercises with fun and challenging games. During the child’s rest time, they explore a variety of craft projects and other hands-on activities.

AGES: 7–12Y

AGES: 7–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: LEMON BLOSSOM CREATIONS STAFF

WEEK: 7 We provide the Legos and you provide your imagination! Students will create a Lego set with characters for a stop-motion animation movie they storyboard, write, shoot, and add voiceovers in age-appropriate groups. Flix downloadable a month after camp ends. $30 materials fee. INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX STAFF

Film, Incrediflix: Live Action Flix

AGES: 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX STAFF

Film, Incrediflix: Minecraft Flix

INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX STAFF

WEEK: 7

May the Force be you as we guide you from Action to That’s a wrap. Students will brainstorm, location scout, bring in props/ costumes, act, and direct in a collaborative movie, so come join the fun you will. Flix downloadable a month after camp ends. $30 materials fee. AGES: 7–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX STAFF

Film, Incrediflix: Star Wars Stop Motion Flix

WEEK: 5

From a galaxy far far away to a location near you…Bring Star Wars characters to life using stop-motion animation. Students create characters and sets for a Star Wars movie they storyboard, write, shoot, and voice-over in age-appropriate groups. Flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. $30 materials fee. AGES: 9–13Y

INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX STAFF

Film, Incrediflix: Stop Motion Tricks & Effects Flix

WEEK: 5

Love SFX? Let us show you how stop-motion movie magic is made. Kids will work in groups to create and film effects from water to fire to flying! Flix downloadable a month after camp ends. $30 materials fee. AGES: 9–13Y

INSTRUCTOR: INCREDIFLIX STAFF

INSTRUCTOR: CALIFORNIA GYMNASTICS

WEEKS: 5, 9 A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... Young lads trained to be Jedi Masters learning wisdom from Yoda, lightsaber skills from Obi Wan and how to harness the force. Play games like ‘escape from the deathstar’ and ‘bounty hunter round up’ as well as work on crafts like droid finger puppets, and model light sabers. AGES: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: JEDI CAMP STAFF

Little Veterinary & Pharmacy School WEEK: 2

Turn the video game into an exciting Minecraft movie. Using stop-motion animation, you’ll bring Steve, the creepers, and more to life. Students will write, storyboard, shoot and add voice-over in age-appropriate groups. Flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. $30 materials fee.

Film, Incrediflix: Star Wars Live Action Flix

AGES: 4–7Y

Jedi in Training Camp WEEK: 2

Have a blast making a movie! We’ll guide you through Action to That’s a wrap as you brainstorm, location scout, bring in props and costumes, act and direct in a collaborative movie that will be fun for the entire audience. Flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. $30 materials fee.

AGES: 7–12Y

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Glee Club Camp

Little Veterinarian School allows students to explore the exciting world of veterinarians. Using interactive demonstrations, crafts and games, kids learn how to take care of a pet and use instruments that veterinarians use. NEW—Little Pharmacy School allows students to explore the world of a Pharmacist. They will learn the importance of medication safety in a fun and entertaining way. Through interactive demonstrations and pharmacy-themed games, campers learn how to fill a prescription, 911 protocols and what it’s like to be a Pharmacist. $25 materials fee. AGES: 6–12Y INSTRUCTOR: LITTLE VETERINARY & PHARMACY SCHOOL STAFF

Little Medical School

Designed and developed by board certified physicians, this camp engages students with medical-based hands-on demonstrations, crafts, songs and games. The interactive activities and games will grasp every student’s curiosity as they explore the human body. Join us as we explore the world of science and medicine. AGES: 6–12Y

INSTRUCTOR: LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL STAFF

Mad Science: Big Bang and Beyond WEEK: 7

A long, long time ago, in a galaxy called the Milky Way, Earth was born near a star called the Sun. Would you like to travel through time and space? Well that is what we will do! The story of the universe is an epic science saga of amazement. We will strap on our imagination caps and build a Super Science Time Machine to explore the universe. Journey into the past to traverse our Milky Way, and examine the elements that make up the universe and the human body—we are made of stardust from exploded supernovas! From Brain Goo to Mad Mucus, we’ll explore biology by traveling through different parts of our bodies. We will travel into the future to learn about genetics while making our own baby dragons! Each day includes a project to take home. $30 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE


WEEK: 9 We’ll 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 even experiment with the chemistry used by artists, spies and detectives! Chemists bring home a project each day. $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science: Eureka! The Inventors’ Academy

WEEK: 10 nventing means curiosity, practicality, necessity, cooperating and dreaming! 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. We will put our heads together to imagine the future in space focusing on creating inventions to protect space ships from damaging space rays and designing a safety capsules for payloads returning from space. These are only a few examples… come discover and create! $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science: Flight Academy 3, 2, 1… Lift Off!

WEEK: 10 Sign-up for Mad Science Flight Academy and explore the fundamentals of flight. Learn characteristics of the planets and discover the wonders of the Milky Way. See how air and wind affect kites, hot air balloons and parachutes. Discover the fundamentals of rocketry, the stages of rocket flight and experiment with huge water rocket launches. We each build our own launchable rockets to take home. Take-homes include the new Mad Science Skyblazer rocket, a rubber band-powered airplane, a kite, a boomerang, a mini flying disc, and more! $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science: How Things Work

WEEK: 3

How do plants grow, live, and “eat”? How do we travel into outer space? What powers humans and our homes? All of our greatest scientific advancements started with a question. In this camp young scientists set out to find answers! Students will learn how animals track scents and follow a trail of amazing aromas. We’ll delve into natural dyes found in plants and make our own paper! Blast off to fun when we explore rocket science and the physics of flight. Learn from the designs of great inventors like Alexander Graham Bell, Nikola Tesla, and Leonardo DaVinci. Discover the dynamic bustling city of organelles that is our cells. Take a journey through circuitry and test for “invisible” conductors. A fantastic week of experimenting with zany xylem, building your own rocket to launch and witnessing indoor lightning strikes! Each day campers will create and take home a project to remind them of what they learned. $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

Mad Science: Incredible Body

WEEK: 1 In this weeklong camp, children will have fun while learning about the scientific equipment they already own—the human body! Kids will explore the science behind cells, organs, muscles and bones through fun, hands-on activities. Campers will use micro slide viewers to see some of the tiny cellular machines that keep our bodies working and will play the “Cell game” to learn about the “stuff” inside cells. We will also look at other animals and creatures and how they have evolved to survive. Fun experiments will help campers understand more about their senses, brains, breathing, circulation and digestion. Children will create model cells, make Mad Mucus, a simulated stomach, and assemble a model skeleton and much more! $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science: Make It Go!

WEEK: 9 It’s time to get moving! From rowing to robots, “Make It Go!” moves and grooves! Leap into tennis, check out the fancy footwork of football, and design a crash helmet to keep your new friend, Eggbert, safe. Pull, roll, and catapult your way to fun with six simple machines. Mad Science and inventor Rube Goldberg know that young scientists have lots of potential for kinetic energy! Campers will jump, jam, and invent their own chain reaction machine. Launch your student into motion and engineering with hands on building that utilizes everyday items and technology. Get ready for some rockin’ robots and the science of circuits and sensors. Each day camper will receive a project to take home that reflects what they learned while making things go including their very own robot! $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science: My First Lab

WEEK: 4 Become a junior Mad Scientist! This new camp is a great introduction to science. Preschoolers explore their sense of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. Children use a magnifying glass to discover the world of creepy crawly creatures. Explore the science of the sea and the fascinating creatures that live there. Campers become paleontologists by searching for fossils and participating in a mini dinosaur dig. Finally, take an exciting mission with Mad Science to explore the planets, moons and stars. Take-home projects included each day! $35 materials fee. AGES: 4–6Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science, NASA: Journey into Outer Space

WEEK: 4 Mad Science and NASA’s after school program is now a summer camp! From our atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this hands-on program sends campers on a quest for exploration! Comets, planets, stars and more are all waiting to be discovered. Learn about the four forces of flight and the challenges of space travel. Camp includes a take home every day. Join us for Earth and Beyond, Astronaut-in-Training, Solar Launch, Eye on the Sky, and Space Voyage! $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

REGISTER ONLINE: www.cityoforinda.org

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Mad Science: Crazy Chemistry

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Mad Science: Secret Agent Camp

WEEK: 1 The Mad Science Secret Agent Camp is a fun journey into the world of detection, spy science, and forensics. Campers will examine the science behind the spy tools made famous by the world’s greatest spies! We will reconstruct activities using scientific methods and use the science of cryptology to send and decode secret messages. Kids will get a chance to see what can’t be seen by the naked eye and will follow in Sherlock’s steps to learn what tracks can tell us! Join the Mad Science Bureau of Investigations to help foil a burglary using state-of-the art security techniques! $35 materials fee. AGES: 6–11Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Mad Science: World Scientists

WEEKS: 3, 7 Spend time in the lab learning the tools and techniques that scientists use while conducting some great hands on projects. World Scientists will conduct solar experiments, explore predator and prey relationships and investigate food webs. Take a trip into the ocean to learn what an odontocete is. Discover systems in nature, even make your own paper! Learn animal adaptations and create an insect habitat. Scientists will also discover what Mr. Owl had on his dinner plate during the famous owl pellet dissection. It’s a great week of camp! $35 materials fee. AGES: 5–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: MAD SCIENCE

Musical Theater, CIT Program

WEEKS: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 The Kids ’n Dance CIT Program is for older campers who are interested in taking on more responsibility and developing leadership skills. CITs are teamed up with an experienced instructor to assist a group of younger actors; CITs will learn how to instruct blocking, teach choreography, help kids memorize their lines and songs. They will also help children with costume fitting, free time, and snack.

Musical Theatre: Castle Tales

WEEKS: 1, 9 Please join Andrea Gaspari on a magical adventure through enchanted lands and seas. Help Moana return the heart of Tefiti, build a snowman with Elsa and Anna, climb a beanstalk with Jack or go to the ball with Cinderella. Kiss a frog, or slay a dragon. Craft your own props and costumes, play acting games, dress-up and sing every day. Bring your snack for our daily tea party, and just plain have a ball! $10 materials fee. AGE: 3.5–7Y

INSTRUCTOR: ANDREA GASPARI

Nature Camp

WEEK: 10 Our Orinda Nature Camp participants experience the environment and outdoor habitats through exploring nature, art and educational projects, short hikes, visiting various nature areas, and special presentations. AGES: 6–9Y

INSTRUCTOR: NATURE CAMP STAFF

Musical Theater

Children of all abilities are invited to be a part of our polished productions of musicals that are fun, challenging, and engaging. Self-esteem skyrockets as members learn to develop character, vocal technique, presentation, and dance skills. Participants are expected to independently study their lines, songs, blocking, and attend all rehearsals. Most costumes are supplied, but parents are required to provide the basics. Show days and times are subject to change. Parents are asked to volunteer 2–4 hours helping with set up/break down, backstage, or bringing scenery back to Oakland. You may pay a $60 parent helper opt-out if you do not have time to help. There will also be a fee for show tickets. No refunds once program begins. All full-day participants MUST enroll in Extended Lunch Care. Plays for ages 4–8 last approximately 40 minutes with about 4–6 songs, and the children may be prompted during the play if needed. We do not hold formal auditions with the 4–8 group. The process is low key & designed to be fun. Teachers will invite anyone to sing a song on their own but it is not a requirement. Everyone will get a part whether they sing alone or not. Plays for ages 6–10 last approximately 50 minutes with about 6–8 songs. Plays for ages 8–14 last approximately 75 minutes with about 10–12 songs. Participants of the older groups are expected to independently study their lines, songs, blocking, as scheduled and to attend all rehearsals. INSTRUCTOR: KIDS ’N DANCE

ANNIE

WEEK: 1

WEEK: 5

JUNGLE BOOK

WEEK: 7

INTO THE WOODS

WEEK: 8

Show is 7/14 at 6:00 pm.

Show is 7/28 at 11:00 am.

Show is 8/4 at 6:00 pm.

AGES: 4–8Y

AGES: 8–14Y

AGES: 4–8Y

AGES: 8–14Y

MARY POPPINS

WEEK: 3

LITTLE MERMAID

WEEK: 6

ADDAMS FAMILY

WEEK: 7

WIZARD OF OZ

WEEK: 10

Show is 6/30 at 11:00 am.

Show is 7/21 at 11:00 am.

Show is 7/28 at 6:00 pm.

Show is 8/18 at 11:00 am.

AGES: 4–8Y

AGES: 4–8Y

AGES: 8–14Y

AGES: 4–8Y

GREASE

WEEK: 3

MAMMA MIA

WEEK: 6

PETER PAN

WEEK: 8

WICKED

WEEK: 10

Show is 6/30 at 6:00 pm.

Show is 7/21 at 6:00 pm.

Show is 8/4 at 11:00 am.

Show is 8/18 at 6:00 pm.

AGES: 8–14Y

AGES: 8–14Y

AGES: 4–8Y

AGES: 8–14Y

ARISTOCATS

WEEK: 4

Show is 7/7 at 3:00 pm. AGES: 4–8Y

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LEGALLY BLOND

Show is 6/16 at 3:00 pm.


WEEKS: 1–9 Join the fun at the Orinda Community Center where our camp leaders create a fun camp environment for the enjoyment of your children. Each session has a different theme! Daily activities may include sports, crafts, dance, music, games, and nature walks (exploring). Special trips to nearby locations and guest presenters. Take a walk to the fire station, hear a presentation and see the wildlife, dance to music, and ride a bike during traffic safety town. Many fun and educational activities. No camp July 4. AGES: 3.5–6Y

INSTRUCTOR: OK CAMP STAFF

WEEK 1, WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

Swing from tree to tree as we journey through the jungle learning about the 10,000 species of plants, animals, and insects that call the jungle and rainforest home.

WEEK 2, LUAUS AND LEIS

Join us as we heat up the summer, Hawaiian-style. We will create leis, grass skirts, Hawaiian shirts, and coconuts all week in preparation for our Friday Luau dance off.

Playwell: Jedi Engineering using LEGO®

AGES: 5–6Y

WEEK 3, MEDIEVAL TIMES

Come take a seat with the knights at the round table, this camp promises to thrill and challenge while taking campers back to the time of castles, queens, sorcerers and magic.

WEEK 4, 3 HOLIDAYS, 1 WEEK

Why celebrate just one holiday this summer? This week’s fun includes Halloween, Thanksgiving and the 4th of July featuring games, crafts and traditions from each. No camp July 4.

WEEK 5, JURASSIC ISLAND

Travel back in time 150 million years ago as we explore dinosaurs and the habitat that they roamed during the Mesozoic Era.

WEEK 6, UNDER THE SEA

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! INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

Playwell: Jedi Master Engineering using LEGO®

WEEK: 8 The Force Awakens in this advanced engineering course for young Jedi! Discover key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, and eccentric motion. Build LEGO® XWings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, Settlements, Fortresses, and other complex machines and structures from a galaxy far, far away. AGES: 7–10Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

Playwell: Mine, Craft, Build: Adventure Game using LEGO®

WEEK 7, SPACE ADVENTURES

WEEK: 4 Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO®! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game; roll the dice to mine for resources, and use these resources to build special items to help in our adventures! 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®.

WEEK 8, SUPER HEROES IN TRAINING

AGES: 5–6Y

Join us as we get wet and wild while on a journey through the deep blue sea. 1, 2, 3 ... Blast off! Our space explorers will journey through the galaxy bouncing from planet to planet to learn the infinite wisdom of yoda, how to operate a lightsaber and best of all: how to use the force! Does your child want to grow up to fight crime, use special powers or learn how to change in phone booths? Put your child through basic training as we prepare them for life as a superhero.

WEEK 9, ARRR ARRR MATEY: PIRATES, MERMAIDS & HIDDEN TREASURE

Steer the sails, and use the treasure map to find the booty as we are guided by Captain Jack Sparrow through a time when marauders patrolled the open seas.

Playwell: Introduction to STEM with LEGO®

WEEKS: 2, 10 Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer designed projects such as Trains, Helicopters, Tree houses, and Beam Bridges. Then use special pieces to create your own unique design! New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. There is no prerequisite for this course. AGES: 5–6Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

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; roll the dice to mine for resources, craft tools, and watch out for Creepers! 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: 7–10Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

Playwell: Robotics using LEGO® WeDo

WEEK: 5 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. This is a great way to prepare young Robotics enthusiasts for our more advanced Robotics programs. AGES: 6–8Y

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OK Camp (Orinda Kids)

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

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Sports, Flag Football

WEEK: 9 Flag Football is a fun and safe introduction to America’s Game. Participants learn the fundamentals of passing, rushing, receiving and defense along with the rules, strategy and play-calls of the game. The camp ends with the Skyhawks Super Bowl, where campers show off their new skills with their new friends. All participants receive a Skyhawks football, t-shirt, and award medal. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 7–11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

Sports, Hit and Run Baseball/ Softball Camp Playwell: Robotics using LEGO® EV3

WEEK: 5 Build and program robots using the new 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. Control the robot to avoid obstacles, pick up and carry objects, and play sounds. Projects are structured so campers work in an open-ended, investigative environment while having fun. AGES: 9–14Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

Playwell: STEM Challenge with LEGO® WEEKS: 2, 10

Master your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Gear Cars, Gondolas, Merry-Go-Rounds, and Scissor Lifts! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There is no prerequisite for this camp. AGES: 7–10Y

INSTRUCTOR: PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES STAFF

Public Speaking Camp

WEEKS: ?????

This fun and informative summer camp teaches 1st–3rd graders the beginning building blocks of public speaking. Starting with being ready, practiced and focused, they learn the importance of body language and variation in their voices. Within the fun milieu of show and tell, storytelling and poetry recitals, the goal is for your child to start developing more confidence and skill in expressing themselves to a group. To know more visit www. Guruseducation.com. AGES: 6–9Y

INSTRUCTOR: GURU EDUCATOR STAFF

Sports, All Sorts of Sports

WEEKS: 4, 10

A great way to introduce your youngsters to the world of sports, teamwork and athletics! This camp will help to build your child’s motor control, hand-eye coordination, agility and many other sports related skills. Your child will have a blast playing games with the other children including: T-ball, soccer, flag football, capture the flag, relay & obstacle races and a whole lot more. This camp will feature different activities so that by the end of the week your child will be familiar with a variety of athletic activities! No camp July 4. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 7–13Y INSTRUCTOR: NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS

Sports, Baseball Camp

WEEK: 2 Learn the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting, and base running in a fun, safe and positive environment. Athletes learn new baseball skills along with the essential rules, strategies and etiquette of America’s past-time. All participants receive a Skyhawks baseball, t-shirt, and award medal. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 7–11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

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WEEK: 8 Boys and girls ages 7–9 & 10–13 will love the instruction in both baseball and softball. Join college-level players and coaches for a week of fun and high quality instruction. Brought to you by the National Academy of Athletics. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 7–13Y INSTRUCTOR: NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS

Sports, Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport

WEEKS: 2, 5, 7, 9 This ultimate multi-sport camp combine’s baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, and track & field; allowing young athletes to develop a passion for a variety of sports in one fun-filled setting. Campers explore balance, body movement, coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, sportsmanship, and sport specific skill development in a structured environment with lots of encouragement! All campers receive a Skyhawks soccer ball, t-shirt, and award medal. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 4–6Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

Sports, Summer Camp Olympics

WEEK: 7 This action-packed summer camp combines all your favorite Skyhawks Games into one fun-filled week. Participants will learn and play fun Skyhawks variations of Soccer, Baseball, Football, Kickball, Dodgeball, Capture the Flag, Tag, and Relay Races. By adding just the right amount of friendly competition, this program teaches boys and girls teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership, and strategy. Bring your friends or come make new ones. All participants receive a Skyhawks t-shirt and award medal. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 7-11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

Sports, Soccer Camp

WEEK: 5 Skyhawks was founded as a soccer club in 1979. Thirty-five years later we are still the #1 choice for parents looking to introduce their child to the fundamentals of the world’s most popular sport. 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 campers receive a Skyhawks soccer ball, t-shirt, and award medal. LOCATION: PINE GROVE FIELD AGES: 7-11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

Sports, Kidz Love Soccer Camp

WEEK: 10 Spend a week enjoying the world’s most popular sport in a fun, recreational environment. Play fun soccer games to build skills in our fun, age-appropriate camp. Learn and practice soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting. Everyone is a winner as the week’s fun culminates in an age-appropriate World Cup tournament. All campers will receive a soccer ball and a KLS jersey. Campers must bring a full water bottle and a healthy snack. All participants must wear shin guards. Soccer shoes and sunscreen are recommended. Camp is divided into levels by age. AGES: 5-10Y

INSTRUCTOR: KIDZ LOVE SOCCER


WEEK: 10

This action-packed camp combines the excitement of basketball with your favorite games from the playground. From 9:00 am–12:00 pm, campers learn the essential skills, rules, strategies, and play-calls of basketball. After lunch, the fun continues with new Skyhawks variations of your favorite playground games including: kickball, dodgeball, capture the flag, crab soccer, steal the bacon, tag games, and relay races. All participants receive a t-shirt and merit award. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH, GYM AGES: 7-11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

Sports, Basketball Camp

WEEK: 10 This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate players looking to take the next step in basketball. Our age-appropriate drills and games teach young athletes skill development in addition to vital life lessons including leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship. At the end of the week, your child will show you why this is one of our most popular programs. All participants receive a Skyhawks basketball, t-shirt, and award medal. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH, GYM AGES: 7-11Y INSTRUCTOR: SKYHAWKS CAMP STAFF

WEEKS: 5–8 Each week is filled with three amazing trips (typically Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday). Mondays of each week will consist of team building, outdoor games, and fun projects. Fridays will consist of camp games, an outdoor BBQ and water play. LOCATION: WAGNER RANCH GYM AGES: 11-14Y INSTRUCTOR: CITY STAFF

JULY 10–14 ADVENTURES WEEK: 5 City Beach Rock Climbing, Six Flags Amusement Park and a trip to Chinatown in San Francisco. JULY 17–21 ADVENTURES

WEEK: 6

JULY 24–28 ADVENTURES

WEEK: 7

JULY 31–AUG 4 ADVENTURES

WEEK: 8

Scandia Fun Center, Exploratorium, a tour of AT&T Park and a Ride The Ducks Tour featuring a boat tour of San Francisco starting in McCovey Cove. A tour of the historic Jelly Belly Factory, Waterworld, and an Oakland A’s game vs. the Houston Astros. Sky High, a Fisherman’s Wharf photo scavenger hunt and a visit from Games2U.

Triple Threat Performance Camp

Superhero Academy Camp

WEEKS: 3, 8 It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s... your child? Students learn about how to soar like Superman, use speed like the Flash and strength like the Hulk, all while learning how they can be real life superheroes each day. By the end of the week each child will have transformed into their own superhero complete with their own powers and costume. AGES: 6-12Y

Teen OuTEENS

INSTRUCTOR: ACADEMY STAFF

Tennis Camps with Ron Noon

WEEKS: 1–10 The summer tennis camps with Ron Noon, USPTA Elite Pro and MA in Sports Psychology, and staff will challenge all levels of abilities. Tennis drills will be fun using games to enhance footwork and conditioning! Plus they will emphasize stoke production along with etiquette, rules, and scoring. The goal of the camp is for each participant to have fun and learn a lifetime sport. The number of participants is limited, so everyone will get individual and quality instruction. Each camper should being a snack, water, hat and sunscreen. $10 materials fee.

WEEK: 4 Each young performer works to become a triple threat—singer, dancer, and actor. The Triple Threat Camp is designed to expose young participants to the basics of theatre arts, singing and dance in a fun, supportive environment guided by talented and experienced staff. Each day will be structured with time devoted to each area of performance with the dedicated goal in mind to foster an appreciation for the dedication and real work that involvement with Musical Theatre requires. Repertoire from the Golden Age of Musical Theatre will be taught. There will be a showcase on the last day of camp. AGES: 6-12Y

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Sports, Basketball Camp with Multi-Sport

INSTRUCTOR: MYEVE CAPOZZI

LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER PARK, TENNIS COURT 1 AGES: 4-6Y, 7-14Y INSTRUCTOR: RON NOON ( USPTA ELITE PRO) AND STAFF

Tennis, Orinda Tennis Academy: Hot Shots Tennis Camp & Jr. Tennis Camp WEEKS: 1–10 Directed by Drew Diefenbach, The Orinda Tennis Academy is grounded in giving young athletes the opportunity to unleash their potential as tennis players and as individuals. Our aim is to build their self-confidence and interpersonal skills just as much as their ground strokes. Our camps are physically and mentally challenging with an element of fun that motivates. We look forward to seeing you on the courts this summer!. $15 materials fee. Ratio is 8:1. Camp gift included. LOCATION: COMMUNITY CENTER PARK, TENNIS COURT 2 AGES: 4-8Y, 9-15Y INSTRUCTOR: DREW DIEFENBACH ( USPTA ELITE PRO) AND STAFF

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Registration Information 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 prior to the first camp due to low enrollment. You are only notified if a camp is full or cancelled.

Complete Registration/Enrollment Form 1 Complete all sections of enrollment form. Print clearly and sign and date form.

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One payment may be made for all family members. Non-family members must complete a separate enrollment form. If paying by check, make payable to:

3 The City of Orinda

4 If paying by credit card (VISA/MasterCard only), include the card expiration date, cardholder’s name, and sign.

Submit Registration Form and Payment

Fax, hand carry, mail, or submit online your registration form and payment to: FAX:

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Orinda Community Center, 28 Orinda Way Hours: Mon–Fri, 8:30 am–5:00 pm After Hours Night-Drop: (when the building is open) Located under the counter just to the right of the main office. MAIL:

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Subscribe to City of Orinda Email Notifications The City of Orinda has an email notification system that provides updates on important community alerts, emergency notifications and City Council meeting notices. Register online at www.cityoforinda.org and click on ‘subscribe to email notifications.’

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Information: (925) 254-2445 Cancellation & Transfer Requests

Registration may be cancelled up to 5 days prior to the scheduled class for a refund minus a processing fee of up to $20 depending on method of payment. Requests less than 5 days prior to the start of the class are NEW! subject to approval by the Materials fees instructor or Program now collected with Coordinator. registration.

Cancelled Camps

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Camps not meeting the minimum enrollment two weeks prior to the start of camp will be cancelled and a full refund issued.

Medication

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(www.cityoforinda.org) or at the office.

Job Opportunities with Orinda Parks & Rec The City of Orinda Parks and Recreation Department offers on-going and part-time volunteer and job opportunities for positions such as: • Baseball and Softball Coaches • Basketball Scorekeepers • Camp Counselors & Instructors • Class Instructors • Concert Sound Technicians • Gym/Building Attendants • Soccer Coaches

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Summer Camp Registration Form Orinda Parks & Recreation Department | 28 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA 94563 | (925) 254-2445 | Fax (925) 253-7716

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Please print clearly. All information must be completed. Adult/Parent/Legal Guardian Name (Last, First)_____________________________________________ Email__________________________________ Home Phone_________________________________ Work________________________________ Cell ___________________________________ Address__________________________________________________ City_______________________________________ Zip_________________ Emergency Contact Adult/Parent #2 Name (Last, First)_______________________________________________ Email__________________________ Home Phone_________________________________ Work________________________________ Cell ___________________________________ First Name

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PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE REGISTRATION AND CANCELLATION POLICIES ON PAGE 22.

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.

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Summer Camp Fair! Saturday, February 25th, 10:00 am–1:00 pm Orinda Community Center, 28 Orinda Way

The Parks & Recreation department is proud to host our 3rd Annual Summer Camp Fair! This is your time to find out about all the amazing programs offered through the summer with the City Of Orinda. Meet the summer day camp staff plus a variety of specialty camp instructors, and get all of your questions answered in person. Residents who sign up for programs listed in the Summer Camps Guide at the Fair will receive 10% off all fees.

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