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Roslyn Summer Camp (Monday - Thursday)

Half Day (2 1/2 - 4yrs) 9a.m. - 12:30p.m. – $115*

Full Day (5 - 10 yrs) 9a.m. - 3:00p.m. – $190*

*10% off sibling discount

*10% off multi-camp enrollment

July 10 - July 13
Time Travel to the Land of the Yakama Nation:
Go back in time before the Columbia River was dammed and the rivers overflowed with salmon as seen through the eyes of the First Americans.

July 17-July 20
For the Love of Trees:
Exploring the Hidden Life of Trees and the animals that live there.

July 24- July 27
** From the Rivers to the Ocean with an optional fieldtrip to San Juan Islands 7/28-7/30


Register for the Roslyn WOS Summer Camp

Ellensburg (Monday - Friday)

Half day only for kids 2 1/2 - 4yrs. – 9:00a.m. - 12:30p.m. - $135

June 26th - 30th
Water World
Exploring wildlife who need water to survive (including Salmon, Beavers, Dragonflies) and the animals who depend on them.

July 31st - Aug 4th
** From the Rivers to the Ocean with an optional fieldtrip to San Juan Islands 7/28-7/30

Aug 7th - 10th
For the Love of Trees:
Exploring the Hidden Life of Trees and the animals that live there.


Register for the Ellensburg WOS Summer Camp



** From the Rivers to the Ocean

Explore what humans do here in the mountains and how it affests the world downstream, all the way to the ocean. The Southern Resident Orca whales who live in the Salish Sea just North of Seattle eat primarily just one thing, Chinook salmon. Our watershed empties into the Columbia River which flows to the sea providing a route to and from the ocean for the very salmon these whales need to survive. During camp this week we will learn all we can about these facinating beings.

There is an optional fieldtrip to the San Juan Islands, parent participation required. Ferry travel on the 27th and on island 28th & 29th. Additional cost approximately $100/family and includes ferry and two nights camping reservation. Families are responsible for food and other expenses.

Space is limited! Please call (206) 898-2041 for more details.

More Information

Questions please contact Sibyl

Contact

Washington Outdoor School

Sibyl Maer-Fillo, Director/ Teacher

206-898-2041

waoutdoorschool@gmail.com


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