Girls in kindergarten through 9th grade will learn how to keep the planet clean, green and beautiful and explore green living through up-cycling. Campers will build an up-cycling greenhouse from recycled materials and a compost and recycling station at camp! They will also create a camp community garden.
All The World’s A Stage
June 26-July 7
Girls in kindergarten through ninth grade will learn the basics of script writing, stage production and acting! It’s two fun-filled weeks of theatrics and creativity! Make your story come to life with props, set designs and more! Campers will work in groups and use teamwork to create a story of their own and assemble a full production.
Do you have what it takes to be a crime scene investigator? Girls in Grades 4-9 will help unravel the mystery at Sacajawea Day Camp! Campers will work together to solve the mystery, while learning some fun lessons in forensics - they’ll even meet with an agent of law enforcement!
Become an archery pro just like Katniss, and experience your own archery adventure! Campers in Grades 4-9 will focus on fine-tuning the skills of an archer and learning the art of stringing a bow, fletching and fixing arrows.
July 17-21 and July 31-August 4
Attend a regular day of camp on Monday and return for an extended camp overnight Tuesday through Thursday. The program concludes at the end of camp on Friday.
Dive into Art
Fill your summer with color, and surround yourself with music, imagery and creativity. Campers in kindergarten through 9th grade will focus on the basics of sketching, explore various painting mediums and create a camp mural for all to enjoy for many summers to come!
July 31-August 4
Girls in kindergarten through 8th grade will explore a different sport every day. We’ll play softball, soccer, basketball, soccer and volleyball. This is non-competitive, fun!
Off the Grid
Get back to nature and learn the basics of a true survivalist! Girls in grades 6-9 will master the use of a compass and create a land map. Track animal prints on trails and learn to identify wildlife. On Thursday evening, campers will pitch a tent and sleep under the stars!