Register Now for 2017- Spaces Still Open

Sebastopol Summer Camp still has space open for both camps in July!  

Earth Girls:   July 17-21  Spaces available.

 

Registration is easy.   Complete these forms and send to:

1020 Spenlow Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95472

To Reserve your Space:  Pay Here Now

Earth Girl Forms:

Earth Girls Pre-Reg Cover Form

Earth Girls Registration and Release of Liability

Earth Warriors:  None this year. Sorry!

 

IMG_20160511_1654507_rewind_kindlephoto-271795293Join Celosia Arcadia, also known as Miss Moon. Celosia has worked with children ages 3-18 for about 15 years (if you exclude the fact that she grew up eldest of ten children) and taught adults too.  She is a former camp director of the Sebastopol Community Center’s Sun Camp, and recently worked as a school garden teacher where for two years she led 300 children a week in the Cherry Valley School Garden.  Celosia is a fun-loving garden, health, and yoga & chi gung teacher.  She is passionate about caring for Mother Earth and inspiring youth to engage in caring for the world and taking care of one’s self and body. During the school year she teaches Stress Reduction and Yoga to young adults at SSU.

Celosia has a degree from Sonoma State’s Hutchins School of Liberal Arts and has studied at the California School of Herbal Studies, IET (now known as Bauman College), and she did a four year professional course at the Feldenkrais Resources Training Institute in Berkeley.  At the heart of her work, she inspires learning and a value of life through health and joy.Earth Girls explore the magic of love, friendship and dirt.  The rhythm of the day includes walks around the laguna, yoga and stretching, short meditations, reading and stories, and arts and crafts.  The conversation of “What’s important to girls?” becomes a vehicle for cultural change which begins at home, within our hearts and through our art.

Earth Warriors:  Join this nature-based day camp in Sebastopol, located behind the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center. Each day starts with movement and games and from there we adventure into the natural world to look for wildlife.  Afternoons include Live Action Role Play, larping- in the context of “Zombie Survival”giving us reason to play with our Nerf guns.

Through imaginative play, we’ll unlock real life skills and activate learning through hands-on activities.  Afternoons include an hour to cool down indoors, time for yoga or music or story telling.

 

 

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