WOS Summer Camps

Early registration deadline for summer camp has been extended to May 15th.


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Roslyn Summer Camp

All offerings are combined age camps for children ages 2 1/2 to 10 yrs and will operate from 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Monday through Thursday. Families who wish to pick up younger children at 12:00p.m. are welcome to do so. Tuition for all except the *Family Camp is $190 if registered with a $50 deposit by May 1st, $240 thereafter. Tuition includes snacks and a camp t-shirt. Tuition support is available, please indicate below if you would like more information. Contact waoutdoorschool@gmail.com for more information. Session 7, Family camp cost is $300 per family of 3, $50 each additional family member.

Roslyn Summer Camp Sessions (Monday - Thursday)

Session 1: July 8th-July 11th – “Get Dirty”
Gardening, exploring the magic of soil, life underground and inter-connections.

Session 2: July 15th-July 18th – “Sun Catcher, Water Dancer”
Unlocking the mysteries of what makes life possible on planet Earth. Expect some nature science experiments this week, fun in the sun and water!

Session 3: July 22nd–July 25th – “Space Invaders”
Identify and understand the sneaky world of invasive plants and animals disrupting local ecosystems—how are humans connected and what can we do?

Session 4: July 29th–Aug 1st – “Survivor”
Learn how to take care of yourself in an emergency and in the wild, build a 10 Essentials kit or update and add to the one you have. One of our most popular camps is back this year with a few twists to keep things fresh for campers who joined us last year!

Session 5: August 5th–Aug 8th – “Planet Protector”
Focus on stewardship of our local community’s natural environment and the impact we can make far and wide by acting locally!

Session 6: Aug 12th–Aug 15th – “Garden Party”—
Our final camp of the season gives us a chance to harvest produce from local gardens including one we have tended and cared for throughout the summer, try out some recipes using ingredients from the garden with guest Chefs and preparing a garden to table dinner for our families, friends and community on the last day of camp, Thursday, August 12th.

*Session 7: Aug 19th–Aug 22nd – “Wild Life of the San Juan Islands”:
This Family camp (kids must participate with a caregiver) with our home base on Shaw Island takes our exploration to a new environment mindful of our connections from our home in Eastern Washington via water ways and the Columbia river all the way to the Pacific Ocean. This summer we take a closer look at the wild life that live not only in the waters but also on land and in the air in one of the most diverse ecosystems on our planet—the Salish Sea and the islands within in it.

*Family Camp in the San Juan Islands

San Juan Island Family Camp is scheduled for August 19th through 22nd. Children must attend with at least one adult family member or care giver. We have a group site reserved on Shaw island. The cost per family is $300 and includes camping, transportation during excursions on islands, special presentations by local experts and a visit to the Whale Museum. Individual families are responsible for their food and the reservation and cost of the ferry https://secureapps.wsdot.wa.gov/Ferries/Reservations/Vehicle/default.aspx. Meals are often potluck style. For more information please contact Sibyl, 206-898-2041.

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Sibyl Maer-Fillo, Director/ Teacher



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