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Each week camp has a morning session 8:30am-11:30am Monday through Thursday. (Except for Fourth of July week camp will be Tuesday through Friday) The month of July there with be morning and afternoon Sessions. Afternoon Session 12:30pm-3:30pm.

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Week 1: June 13th-June 16th
(morning session) Age: 8-12
Rainforest Camp 



 




Week 2: June 20th - June 23rd
(morning session) Age: 8-12
Desert Camp







Week 3: June 27th - June 30th
(morning session) Age: 4-7
Little Critter Camp







Week 4: July 5th- July 8th
(Morning & afternoon sessions) Age: 8-12
Micro Camp








Week 5: July 11-July 14th
(morning session) Age: 4-7
Little Critter Camp






Week 6: July 18th - July 21st
(morning and afternoon sessions) Age: 8-12
Ocean Camp








Week 7: July 25th - July 28th
(morning and afternoon sessions) Age: 8-12
Native Species Camp





Week 8: August 1st- August 4th

(morning session) Age: 4-7
Little Critter Camp






Week 9: August 8th - August 11th
(morning session) Age: 8 - 12
Rainforest Camp






Week 10: August 15th -August 18th

(morning session) Age: 8-12
Desert Camp

Rainforests produce oxygen, medicine, food, shelter and a stunning variety of biodiversity while every year nearly 80 million acres are destroyed.  Join camp while we discuss not only the rainforest ecosystem, but also brainstorm ways to help preserve it for the future.  Interact with plants and animals found in rainforests around the world while taking an in-depth look at everything from the forest floor to the canopy!

Animals that thrive in extreme environments develop some extreme adaptations.  Desert Camp aims to focus on organisms from around the world to see, quite literally, what they’re made of.  From specialized blood cells to extra large creature features, we’re going to look at what it takes for life to exist in some of the world’s harshest ecosystems.

Little critters camp we will learn to be safe around cats and dogs. Learn how to properly introduce yourself to cats. Along the way to do art and interactive games.

We’re constantly surrounded by millions of tiny microscopic organisms, and we have the chance to meet some! Come meet a tardigrade, learn about insect mouthparts, check out some mushrooms, and grow your own bacteria colonies with us! Not only will we be looking at REAL microscope slides, we will also be collecting our own insect specimens for our natural history collection!

Little critters camp we will learn to be safe around cats and dogs. Learn how to properly introduce yourself to cats. Along the way to do art and interactive games.

Our oceans have so many different creatures and ecosystems to explore, and we want to talk about all of them! Whether it’s tidepools on the California coast, or the depths of the Marianas trench, we will find marine life in almost every inch of the sea. Come learn about glowing dinoflagellates, deep sea vents, predatory sea snails, what to do if a jellyfish stings you, cucumbers with exploding butts, whales that

walked on land, and so much more.

Little critters camp we will learn to be safe around cats and dogs. Learn how to properly introduce yourself to cats. Along the way to do art and interactive games.

Rainforests produce oxygen, medicine, food, shelter and a stunning variety of biodiversity while every year nearly 80 million acres are destroyed.  Join camp while we discuss not only the rainforest ecosystem, but also brainstorm ways to help preserve it for the future.  Interact with plants and animals found in rainforests around the world while taking an in-depth look at everything from the forest floor to the canopy!

Exploring the animals, flora and fauna all around us is the focus of Native Species Camp. Our environment is very biodiverse, this camp encourages us to stop and see what lives here in Wine Country.

Animals that thrive in extreme environments develop some extreme adaptations.  Desert Camp aims to focus on organisms from around the world to see, quite literally, what they’re made of.  From specialized blood cells to extra large creature features, we’re going to look at what it takes for life to exist in some of the world’s harshest ecosystems.

 

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