Camp ANV's HoliDay Camp 2014
Registration Now OPEN! Don't get Wait-listed!
Acta Non Verba's and OPR's Summer Day Camp at Tassafaronga was a HUGE success! Now, Acta Non Verba (ANV) and Oakland Parks and Recreation (OPR) are teaming up again to bring Education, Excitement and FUN to your children this Fall AND Winter!
CampANV's HoliDay Fall Camp starts November 24-26 from 7:30-6pm
CampANV's HoliDay Winter Camp runs December 22-24 and December 29-31 7:30-6pm
Fees: Just $50 per week per child!!
Join us at Tassafaronga Recreation Center this Fall and Winter for Art Projects, Storytelling, Harvesting, Games, Cooking and MORE!!
Fill it out online, or print it and turn it in with payment at: Tassafaronga Recreation Center 975 85th Ave. Oakland, CA 94621
Dates, Times and Fee's of #CampANV's HoliDay Camp 2014!
(Fall Session) November 24-November 26 (7:30am-6:00pm) $50/ Child
(Winter Session I) December 22-December 24 (7:30am-6:00pm) $50/ Child
(Winter Session II) December 29-December 31 (7:30am-6:00pm) $50/ Child
Your child will receive:
- Breakfast, Lunch and a Snack
- Field Trip Admission and Transportation
- Art, Culinary, Fitness, and Gardening activities
...AND a TON of FUN!!
Kids learn how to cook bake! Using farm fresh herbs from ANV's Farm, prepare your taste buds for the baked goods your children will be bringing home at the end of camp!
The theme of this fall's camp is Cultures and Community. We will borrow books from the 81st Ave. Library to read stories about how cultures around the world celebrate harvest time!
Leafy Greens and Brassicas like Broccoli and Mustard Greens are a holiday favorite for many families! Luckily, ANV Farm will be ready for the rush!
Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project
ANV’s quarter acre farm located in the City of Oakland’s Tassafaronga Park (83rd Ave & E Street, 94621) is planned, planted, harvested and sold by youth grades K-8 and 100% of the proceeds are placed into individual savings accounts for those who have participated.
Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project (ANV) elevates life in the inner city by challenging oppressive dynamics and environments through urban farming.