Ages 8-11 Camps

Camp Honey (ages 8-11)

Let’s talk about pollinators this Spring! Join us as we explore the Outback at WWU, looking for signs of Spring and pollinator habitats including the bee hives located on the south end of the farm. In addition to planting, harvesting, cooking and eating some delicious lunches, our special focus will be on learning about the important role that bees and other pollinators play in the garden.  And the buzz is that at least a few of the snacks prepared will feature honey!

Camp Pizza (ages 8-11)

Why not start the conversation about healthy food by delving into the story of some old favorites? Join us as we go from soil to grain to flour to dough; from milk to cheese; from seeds to veggies to garden fresh sauce.

Using well-loved foods as our organizing theme, we invite your child to put on the hat of a “food scientist” and investigate the behind the scene stories of where our food comes from. This program culminates with delicious kid-grown pizza and also with a chance for kids to run their own farm stand. Includes several walking field trips. Gluten free options?  Of course!

Camp Pasta (ages 8-11)

Pasta – who doesn’t love it?  Spaghetti, Linguini, ravioli… what’s the story behind all those crazy shapes and sizes?  And how about those yummy sauces?   Could we make our own marinara or pesto straight from the garden?  Through careful observation and experimentation in the garden, in the kitchen, and on field trips, we will explore pasta as well as a number of other delicious, healthful foods.  The week culminates in a home-grown pasta feed.  Gluten free options?  Of course!

Food Investigators (ages 8-11)

This field trip based camp is for kids who are curious to know the story of where food comes from.  Get ready to ride the bus; visit farmers, farmers markets and grocery stores; and pull out the world map.  Whatever it takes to tell the story of where our food comes from!

A Healthy Red, White & Blue Day (ages 5-11)

Blueberries, Strawberries, Cauliflower…. Okay, maybe not all stirred up together in a blender, but wouldn’t it be fun to come home with some healthy red, white, and blue dishes to share with your family on the 4th of July?

 

Activities and field trips for each of these camps are different – families sometimes ask if it’s possible/appropriate to sign their kids up for multiple sessions. Our answer? Of course! 

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Details: Camp Honey

 

Location: WWU’s Outback Farm

Times & cost:

All camps run Monday-Friday unless otherwise stated.

  • 9:00am-3:00pm ($195)

Dates:

Details: Camp Pizza

Location: WWU’s Outback Farm

Times & cost:

All camps run Monday-Friday unless otherwise stated.

  • 9:00am-3:00pm ($195)

Dates:

Details: Camp Pasta

Location: WWU’s Outback Farm

Times & cost:

All camps run Monday-Friday unless otherwise stated.

  • 9:00am-3:00pm ($195)

Dates:

Details: Food Investigators

Location: WWU’s Outback Farm

Times & cost:

All camps run Monday-Friday unless otherwise stated.

  • 9:00am-3:00pm ($195)

Dates:

 

Details: A Healthy Red, White & Blue Day

Location: WWU’s Outback Farm

Times & cost:

All camps run Monday-Friday unless otherwise stated.

  • 9:00am-3:00pm ($40)

Dates:

 

Note: programs must have a minimum of 6 participants to run