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Fall Camp/Campamento de Otoño: Oct 19 & 21 (Grades K-5)

October 19 & 21, 2020; 12:00pm-5:00pm
347 Division St, Leavenworth, WA, 98826
Fall Camp/Campamento de Otoño: Oct 19 & 21 (Grades K-5)

Fall Camp: October 19 & 21 (Grades K-5)
12:00pm-5:00pm

What:
Join small groups of campers and Wenatchee River Institute staff for a new version of camp! We will spend our afternoons outdoors, exploring Wenatchee River Institute and the surrounding park, leading us through forested habitats, along the river, and through grassy meadows. Participants will investigate and learn about the world around us, play fun games, and do art activities. Campers will be divided into groups based on ages (age divisions will depend on ages of campers each week).

If your camper needs to be in live school sessions during camp time, we can accommodate that.

Cost:
We are experimenting with a new fee structure for these camps: PAY WHAT YOU CAN. We know that COVID has had a financial impact on many families, and we hope this makes camps as affordable as possible to all families. It is our hope that some families will have the ability to pay a little more to offset the costs for families who are struggling financially. When you register, there is a box to type in the amount you can pay.

Extra Hours:
Additional care hours are being offered to extend camp time one hour earlier and later for families who are interested. Pre-camp care will take place 11:00am-12:00pm and post-camp care will take place 5:00pm-6:00pm. The cost is $15 for pre-camp care and $15 for post-camp care. These can be added to your ticket when you sign up.

How to Register:
Register for each week you’d like to attend. Registration for each week is found on the first listed day of camp for the week.

Safety Precautions:
The ability to offer these camps will be dependent on Chelan County staying in at least Phase 1.5 in Safe Start WA. Increased social distancing and hygiene will be put in place. Camp will take place primarily outdoors, and campers and staff will wear masks. Each camp group will be based at different locations throughout our campus and will not interact.

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Qué:
¡Únase a pequeños grupos de campistas y al personal del Wenatchee River Institute para una nueva versión del campamento! Pasaremos nuestras tardes al aire libre, explorando, guiándonos a través de hábitats boscosos, a lo largo del río y a través de prados cubiertos de hierba.

Costo:
PAGUE LO QUE PUEDA. Sabemos que COVID ha tenido un impacto financiero en muchas familias y esperamos que esto haga que los campamentos sean lo más asequibles posible para todas las familias. Cuando se registra, hay un cuadro para escribir la cantidad que puede pagar.

Extra horas:
Se ofrecen horas de atención adicionales para extender el tiempo de campamento una hora antes y más tarde para las familias interesadas. La atención previa al campamento (11am-12pm) y la posterior al campamento (5pm-6pm). El costo es $15 para la atención previa al campamento y $15 para la atención posterior al campamento. Estos se pueden agregar a su boleto cuando se registre.

Cómo registrarse:
Regístrese para cada semana a la que le gustaría asistir. La inscripción para cada semana se encuentra en el primer día de campamento de la semana indicado.

Precauciones de seguridad:
La capacidad de ofrecer estos campamentos dependerá de que el condado de Chelan permanezca en al menos la Fase 1.5 en Safe Start WA. Se implantará un mayor distanciamiento social e higiene. El campamento se llevará a cabo principalmente al aire libre y los campistas y el personal usarán máscaras. Cada grupo de campamento se basará en diferentes lugares de nuestro campus y no interactuará.

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