Everything you need to know

For camps at

1335 E. 22nd Ave. & French American School

Important links
Before Camp
  • Log into your Sawyer account (, go to your child’s profile, and scroll down to complete all required questions and fields.
  • All form fields must be completed at least 48 hours before your child attends camp. 
  • We are legally required to have all this information before your child participates in camp programs. 
  • Please let us know if your child will need any special accommodations.
Things to Bring/Wear
  • A healthy, Nut-free lunch and plenty of snacks
  • Full water bottle
  • We will also have reusable water bottles available for $6
  • Closed-toed shoes that are also good for walking
  • Dress for mess
  • Each camper will receive one super soft C&a t-shirt on their first day of camp (one shirt per camper/in-shop summer only)
  • Hair tie for long hair
  • Hat and or sunglasses (optional but nice to have)
  • Masks are currently optional
  • If your child requires medication during camp hours, please fill out this form and bring it along with your child's medication to the first day. 
How Things Work
  • Drop-off will be outside beginning at 8:50 am
  • Caregivers must sign their camper in and out each day
  • 9-11:30 am Intro & project work time (snack around 10 am)
  • 11:30-1 pm Lunch and walk to a nearby park for recess
  • 1:00-2:30 pm Work-cycle
  • 2:30-3 pm Clean up, share, reflection, optional snack time, & games
  • Pick up at 3 pm outside
  • Aftercare is only available at the FAS location; pre-registration is required
  • Please be on time for pick-up. You may be charged a late pickup fee of $1/minute up to 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, you will be charged the full $30 aftercare fee. 
Please refer to our Parent Handbook for additional information.
Good to know
  • Street parking is available
  • Your kiddo will be in a multi-age group
  • We use low-temp hot glue and real tools. We do our best to do dangerous things safely.
  • We will be outside for at least an hour daily; please ensure your kiddo is weather-ready.
  • Makers may choose to bring their work home or not; for many, it's all about the process. They may also collaborate with other makers. Nothing bigger than a breadbox goes home.
Things to ask after a day of camp
  • Not sure what they've made? Just say, "Tell me about what you've made?!"
  • What was your biggest success?
  • What was your biggest struggle? How did you figure it out? 
  • How were you helpful today?
  • Tell me one highlight of your day.
  • Tell me about what you're working on.
  • How did you come up with your ideas?
    Your instructor will send an intro email about one week before your session date with specific information about your camp.
    Please reach out with any questions.
    Delanie Holton-Fessler, 
    Founder & CEO, Craftsman & Apprentice