The Linnton Community Center summer camp is broken up into weekly themes. However, camp is based on over-arching themes that are present in activities throughout the summer. We focus on STEAM education, environmental stewardship, positive action, nutrition, community building, gardening, and Fun!
Each day we take a field trip to natural spaces, parks, local attractions and pools. Much of the summer is spent hiking, swimming, playing, fishing and building friendships.
Things to consider:
We provide snacks and supervised fun activities, but here are a few things that your children should bring with them.
- Bring a sack lunch and water bottle.
- Wear closed toe shoes.
- Sunscreen or other methods of sun protection are highly recommended.
- A towel and change of clothes is also a good idea.
- Pack swim wear and a lifejacket (if needed) on pool days.
Please leave electronic devices and other valuables at home!
Sumer Camp Schedule:
Week 1: June 11th – 15th
Gardening and Community Enrichment
Children will prepare soil, plant vegetables starts, and garden care. Lessons will be tied into LCC’s food pantry efforts and vegetables will be donated to feed those in need.
Week 2: June 18th – 22nd
Campers will build a shelter and learn how to make a water collector in some of the natural spaces that surround the LCC!
Week 3: June 25th – 29th
This week children will learn about natural science through experimentation, design and creation.
Week 4: July 9th – 13th
Kids will learn the skills they need to work confidently with their hands, so they can craft their imaginations. From box forts to electrical engineering, this week is perfect for creative campers.
Week 5: July 16th – 20th
Acting and Filming
The children will have the opportunity to work together and create their own video as a group. Experience the benefits of acting such as self-confidence, active listening and the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team.
Week 6: July 23rd – 27th
Sports and Lawn Games
Games will focus on sportsmanship, skill building and friendly competition. We play the favorites and break into teams to create our own games that we will then teach to each other.
Week 7: July 30th – Aug. 3rd
This week campers will make sculptures out of repurposed objects and mixed media. They will learn about painting, drawing, illustration and the literary arts.
Week 8: August 6th – 10th
Campers will have the opportunity to learn the basics of cooking, baking and meal preparation. Each day a cooking project will teach nutrition education and kitchen safety.
Week 9: August 13th – 17th
Though it might look like your child is just splashing around, water play can help improve children’s balance and strength. So, lets beat the heat and stay fit at the same time!
Each day we take a field trip to natural spaces, parks, local attractions and pool. Much of the summer is spent hiking, swimming, playing, fishing and building friendships. Every day we open at 7am and close at 6pm, we ask that children are dropped off by 10am for our daily field trip. We leave at 10am and arrive back at the community center by 3pm. We provide breakfast until 9am and snacks twice per day.
Call 503 286 4990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
10614 NW St. Helens Road, Portland, OR 97231