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Camp ANV Spring Break Mini-Camp 2017
April 3, 2017 @ 8:00 am - April 7, 2017 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0$100
Spring Break Mini-Camp
One Week of Adventure, A Lifetime of Memories!
Who: Kids aged 5-13
When: April 3rd to 7th, 2017 from 8AM – 5PM. Before and After Care from 7:30AM to 6:00PM is an additional $25 for the week.
Where: 975 85th Avenue, Oakland, CA, 94621. Click here for directions.
Acta Non Verba and Oakland Parks and Recreation are teaming up again to bring Action, Education, Excitement and FUN to your children this Spring! Join us this Spring Break for gardening, swimming, cooking, art projects, storytelling, reading and games!
For just $100 (For a LIMITED** time), your child will receive:
- Breakfast, Lunch, and a Snack every day
- Field Trip Admission and Transportation
- Gardening, Swimming, Cooking and more activities
- A safe, clean educational place to grow
- A TON of FUN!!
Click here to register your child!
$100/week per Child! **PRICES GO UP March 27th!
**Before and After Care starting at 7:30AM and ending at 6:00PM is just an additional $25 for the week! Limited Spaces Available.
Learn how to grow your own food. Your child will be planning, planting, harvesting and selling tomatoes, carrots, greens, strawberries and more. 100% of the money your child earns will be placed into savings accounts for the children that attend at least 100 hours of camp this summer!
When it’s time to cool off, we will go to East Oakland Sports Center‘s pool to splash around and fly down the waterslide! An active lifestyle is What We DO at Acta Non Verba. Splashing in the pool, floating down the Lazy River and dodging the Water Dump is sure to keep your kids heart rate pumping!
Your child will come home with fresh produce AND know how to cook with it. This spring, your child will be the master of her own dining destiny!! Your kids will have a ball smashing tomatoes and rolling dough as our amazing guess chef helps them plan and execute the lunch and snack menu for camp.
“The camp itself was beyond my expectations. My daughter would return home with stories about her adventures that were so fantastic, I began to think she may have been making them up, but she wasn’t! She went on field trips, swam, gardened, played violin, went to the movies, and best of all went to sleepover camp. When I asked what she liked the most, she told me she loved swimming and camping. This was no surprise to me because ANV assembled a great team that led to the creation of a community. I could go on and on about this wonderful camp. It was life changing for my daughter. I am so grateful to have been a part of this loving community the camp generated. We can’t wait to do it all over again next summer!” – Marissa P., “Khensani’s Mom”