Community & Craft
For more than six years, we've gathered people together to make and create. We love nothing more than to get folks together to work with our hands. COVID has changed the way we gather but there's still a place for craft and creative play.
Our summer 2021 registration is open!
You've signed up for camp, yay! Here's some helpful info.
Here’s everything you need to know (please read through to the end)
Log into your Sawyer account (hisawyer.com) and go to your child’s profile, scroll down to fill out all required questions and forms. All forms must be completed prior to your child attending camp. This includes uploading your most recent vaccination record and statement of good health (also known as a health appraisal form).
Things to Bring:
Nut-free lunch and plenty of snacks
Full water bottles
Sunscreen-campers must apply themselves
Closed-toed shoes good for walking
Dress for mess
How Things Work:
Drop-off will be outside of your location beginning at 8:50.
We’ll do a quick symptom check at the door.
Campers will wash their hands for 20 seconds upon arrival and throughout the day.
If you believe you or your family has been exposed to COVID or anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms, please let us know and do not send your kiddo to camp.
All campers will have a dedicated workspace. Students who arrive together or who have permission from caregivers will be able to sit together.
We will walk to a nearby park for lunch and recess (usually, 11:30-1pm).
Pick up at 3 pm outside. We do not have an aftercare option at this time. Please be on time for pick-up.
For complete information on all of our policies, please read our Parent Handbook.
We are looking forward to a great summer! We are following state camp protocols for COVID precautions.
COVID PRECAUTIONS: We require masks for all participants and for instructors when indoors.
We will no longer require campers to wear masks when outdoors. There is ample evidence that the chance of transmission in outdoor settings is extremely low and this complies with recommendations from local, state, and CDC experts.
We will continue to operate at reduced capacity with symptom checks, spacing, frequent hand-washing, and plenty of fresh air.
Maker Camp: Heritage Crafts and Skill-Building Projects for Kids
My book, Maker Camp is now available!
20 classic and innovative hands-on projects for kids ages 3 to 11 designed to teach both heritage skills and how to think creatively.
Handcraft is part of human nature: we build, we create, we innovate. The 20+ projects in Maker Camp: Heritage Crafts and Skill Building Projects for Kids, by experienced art educator and mom Delanie Holton-Fessler, weave a story of human innovation and creativity, from the very beginnings of building shelters in the woods to tinkering with recycled materials.
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My son had a blast. He already asked when he can do this again!
My daughter can not wait to go back! She loved it and ranks it above all else for camps.
Delanie! Her willingness to help and yet empower the kids to complete their projects and help clean up is awesome!
My son said it was just the best, he had a really good time and that’s all that matters!