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This year I am raising the cost of my camp to $185 per week. Returning families will receive a discount at $175 per week. If you have used Camp Vamonos! before, you know that I do not have extra charges or fees; when I take public transit with the kids, it comes out of my pocket. I feel the new rate is still reasonable, and I hope my camp families will understand the need for the increase.
For an additional $15 per week, parents may drop their children off at 8:00 am and pick them up by 6:00 pm.
An activity for every pair of hands. Here the campers are creating to their hearts’ content and making memories, as well as friends. A good day…
They don’t look like mad scientists, but that’s only dry ice. Super fun…
Stack ’em high, and stack ’em giggly! Campers having fun at the house.
There are still spaces in July and August. Get in touch to reserve one before they’re gone!
Read the full article from Pacific Standard magazine titled “The Value of Unstructured Play Time for Kids”.
Camp Vamonos! will host a kid’s activity table again this year at the Violet Crown Festival in Brentwood Park on Saturday May 2, 2015, from 10am-5pm. Stop by for some fun activities!
Stop by Camp Vamonos! on Saturday, April 19th, 2014 between 12:00 noon and 4:00 pm to see the camp.
Contact me for location, for more details, and to RSVP.
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Fun at Spring Break Camp 2014 “Camp Vamonos was amazing! I signed my daughter up for this year’s Spring Break Camp and she raved daily about it! She was excited to get there in the mornings and it was tough … Continue reading
In 2014, we are offering camp during spring break, March 10th – 14th from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm for children ages 5 – 11. Payment for the full week is required; however, campers may attend part-time. Cost is $155 for the week. Food not included; parents provide a healthy lunch and 3 snacks per day per child.
Each day will have a theme: Ice, Paper, World Cup, Dough, and Service. This is a preview of the themes we will offer this summer.
We have some fun outings coming up this summer. Here’s a sample.
We’ll visit a farm in Manor where an artist and weaver spins the wool of her eight llamas. If it’s not too hot, we’ll take the llamas for a walk.
In addition to being out and about, we will be doing lots of fun things at the house this summer, like make paper, communicate by walkie-talkie, cook and bake (and eat!), play with our parachute, “soak” in the bathtub boat full of beans and lots more. And, of course, there will be lots of Spanish for your kiddo to soak up.