Camp DCL

Spring Break Camps 2019

Culture Camp, Ages 6-10, MAR 18-22, 9AM-3:30PM, Lone Tree - $325 per camper
Superhero Camp, Ages 7-11, MAR 18-22, 9AM-3:30PM, Castle Rock - $325 per camper
Pop Art & Music Camp, Ages 7-11, MAR 18-22, 9AM-3:30PM, Parker - $325 per camper
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Around the World with Cooking & Art Camp
Culture Camp

Kids ages 6-10 will cook and create their way around the world in this engaging camp!

Each morning, young chefs will cook foods from around the globe and explore customs, songs, geography and languages associated with each recipe. Camp will feature healthy cuisine from South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, including items like French Apple Cranberry Tarte Tatin Cups and Indian Sweet Potato Samosas. Each afternoon, campers will explore culture through art: drawing an Indian elephant using a Batik technique, creating a Mexican yarn painting, painting the Eiffel Tower with acrylics on canvas, and more.
Culture Camp will be facilitated by professionals from Sticky Fingers and KidzArt. Camp runs from 9am-3:30pm. Please pack a nut-free lunch each day; daily snacks will be provided.
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Superhero Movie Making & LEGO Camp
Superhero Camp

Kids ages 7-11 will make a superhero movie, plus engineer superhero vehicles and hideouts in this camp where super creativity is the order of the day!

Each action-packed morning, kids will write, act, direct and collaborate as a group to create a live-action superheroes vs. villains mini movie. A professionally edited final movie will be posted online for all to see! Each afternoon, kids will design and build LEGO superhero vehicles and hideouts, then use their ingenuity and imaginations to save a city from the forces of conflict.
Superhero Camp will be facilitated by professionals from Talk to the Camera and Play-Well TEKnologies. Camp runs from 9am-3:30pm. Please pack a nut-free lunch each day; daily snacks will be provided.
*Talk to the Camera professionals do the editing. The final class movie/video will be available for viewing on the Talk to the Camera website within a month after the last day of camp.
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Art & Music Video Camp
Pop Art & Music Camp

Kids ages 7-11 will create pop art and a music video, expressing themselves and building confidence!

Each morning, campers will create pop art based on the art of famous artists like Warhol, Lichtenstein and Stella, to name a few! Inspiration will come from food, music, products and comics, and many mediums will be explored. Each afternoon campers will work together to star in and create an age-appropriate group music video. A professionally edited final product will be posted online for all to see!
Pop Art & Music Camp will be facilitated by professionals from KidzArt and Talk to the Camera. Camp runs from 9am-3:30pm. Please pack a nut-free lunch each day; daily snacks will be provided.
*Talk to the Camera professionals do the editing. The final class movie/video will be available for viewing on the Talk to the Camera website within a month after the last day of camp.

Space is limited!

FAQs

Please note: Your camper’s spot is not fully secured until your payment has been processed by Douglas County Libraries and you have received a payment confirmation email.

Q: Is there a pro-rated cost option for this camp, in case my child can only attend a few days of the camp but not the full week?
A: We do not offer a pro-rated discount for partial attendance during the week. If you pay for the full week, your child can attend camp on the days that are possible for him/her.
Q: Does my child need to pack a lunch for each day of camp?
A: Yes. For our full-day Spring Break camps your camper will need to bring a NUT-FREE lunch each day.
Q: Are snacks provided, and what are they?
A: Yes, we provide a drink (usually juice and/or water), fresh fruit (an apple, small orange, etc.), and usually a nut-free prepackaged snack (such as graham crackers, animal crackers, etc.). We will let you know which specific snacks will be offered for your camp in the pre-camp email.
Q: Will you provide more information on the camp as the date gets closer?
A: Yes, a pre-camp email will be sent the week prior to your scheduled camp and it will list the dates, times, location, a brief daily description, tips or notes for the week, a contact phone number, and any additional information you’ll need to review prior to the start of camp.
Q: What is your cancellation policy?
A: Cancellations & Refunds: Cancellations made up to three business days prior to Camp start will be eligible for a full refund, less a $50 cancellation fee. No refund is given for a cancellation with fewer than three business days’ notice. A full refund will be given if DCL cancels a Camp for any reason. In the event of a DCL-initiated cancellation, parents or guardians will be notified by email or phone. Parents wishing to withdraw a child from Camp should provide written notification via email.
For more information on our Policies & Procedures, click here.

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Limited scholarships may be available from the Douglas County Libraries Foundation for qualified applicants.