Eco-Art Day Camps
HOURS: 10 am - 3 pm
AGES: 7 - 14
CAMP FEE: $50 / family / session
(need-based scholarships available)
LUNCH: Provided on Wed. and Friday
Kids bring bag lunch on Mon, Tues,
BRING: water bottle with name on it
Summer Camp 2022!
Registration opens May 15th!
Limited space / sign up early!
KIDS PAINT! WINGED THINGS of CONFLUENCE
June 27 - July 1 2022
Kids Paint: Winged Things of Confluence: This camp will include all sorts of art and activities about the most common birds and insects in the Confluence region. We'll build, paint, and install birdhouses and bug houses! We'll make awesome insect art and learn how “critters” might be either beneficial or detrimental in nearby fields and forests. Best of all, eco-art campers will create a project that has a service component by creating colorful, interesting and informative bird-themed public art project that everyone in Confluence can admire! Supplementary activities will include hikes, swimming, crafts, music, and games that explore winged things in our region.
ART IN THE PARK
Saturday, July 9 / At the BANDSTAND
NO PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED
Guaranteed fun! Come on out and get creative at Confluence’s drop-by day-of-art-making! Kids, teens, and old geezers are invited to stop by and paint, print, craft, and create at multiple craft stations suitable for all ages and abilities. Art in the PArk is one of the BEST days of summer fun! Don't miss it! Preregistration is not required. By donation.
PLANTS of CONFLUENCE: CLAY AND PLAY
July 5 - 8 2022
(No camp on July 4)
Plants of Confluence: Clay and Play: Kids will learn about wetland ecology as they dig into ooey, gooey local clay that they extract, clean, and form. Students will have lots of fun “playing with mud” in the clay pits and then learn how to shape clay into small vases by using hand-built clay techniques. Vases will be imprinted with ferns or flowers, kiln or air-dried, and painted. As a public service component, vases will be given to local organizations or businesses for displaying local wildflowers. Students will use nature walks and handmade journals to learn about common local species. We'll use clay and flowers for all sorts of fun projects! Supplementary activities will include daily hikes, swimming, craft projects, music and games related to clay, geology, and local plants.
TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Ashley @ 412-848-5550 or Jody @ 395-3575