A Safe, Clean, EDUCATIONAL place to GROW! AND a TON of FUN!
Gardening, Cooking, Fantastic Field Trips!! PLUS, Earn $$$**!!. All field trip costs, transportation and meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks) included!
Camp ANV’s 2018 Camps
Summer Camp Session I – June 11 – July 6, 2018
Summer Camp Session II – July 16 – August 10, 2018
Camp ANV runs from 8 am – 5 pm, M-F *excluding holidays*
*Before and After-Care available for an extra fee (see below)
Tassafaronga Recreation Center: 975 85th Ave. Oakland, CA 94621
Elementary Level Campers: 5-11 years old
Leaders in Training (LITs) middle school aged youth, 12-14 years old
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays = Club Days! Including Farming & Cooking in the morning, and Dance/Wellness & Digital Storytelling in the afternoon!
Tuesdays are swim days at Cull Canyon in Castro Valley!
Thursdays we go on an off-site field trip! (Field trip schedule will be released closer to Summer Session I)
Leaders in Training will be attending a Food Justice class during the morning portion of club days and leadership training on those afternoons.
During the third week of each summer session, we go on a 3 day, 2 night camping trip (Fri-Sun) at an East Bay Regional Park. For Session I, we will be camping at Garin Regional Park and for Session II we will be camping at Tilden Regional Park.
We host a Summer Showcase at the end of each session on that Friday from 5:30-6:30pm. This is a chance for campers and LITs to show off what they’ve been doing at camp.
$150 per week per child (includes breakfast, lunch and snack everyday, field trips and camping trips) *Before or After Care are an additional $25 per service per week
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About Camp ANV
Camp ANV serves Oakland children ages 5-14. Since 2012, our eight-week Summer Camp, and our Fall, Winter, and Spring school holiday camps offer these opportunities for your child:
- Provides a safe space for local youth to learn the business of sustainable agriculture,
- Conducts activities that promote fitness,
- Teaches students healthy cooking and nutrition,
- Offers students the opportunity to complete arts, science, and reading projects,
- And develops financial literacy by depositing earnings from the harvest into bank accounts that can only be used by students for educational purposes.
**Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project is planned, planted and harvested and sold by youth grades K-8 and 100% of proceeds are placed into individual savings accounts for those who participate.