Camp Kumquat

camp logo with sky-01The Burning Kumquat is pleased to announce Camp Kumquat! Registration for summer 2016 is now closed.

What:
This program is designed for 9 to 12 year olds who want to get their hands dirty! Our focuses are teaching healthy eating practices and shaping an understanding of where our food comes from.

Activities will include

  • gardening onsite at the Burning Kumquat
  • demonstrations given by local farmers, artists, and chefs
  • selling the produce that we grow
  • arts & crafts projects
  • team building activities
  • one or two field trips per session
  • daily lunch and snacks provided by us

Who:
Anyone between the ages of 9 and 12.

Where:
The Burning Kumquat, Washington University’s student-run organic garden, located on the corner of Forsyth Boulevard and Shepley Drive.

When: Three two-week sessions during 2016:
Session I: June 13 – June 24
Session II: June 27 – July 8
Session III: July 11 – July 22

Drop-off window: Between 8:30am and 9:00am
Pick-up: 3:00pm

For more information, contact us at theburningkumquat@gmail.com.camp ssf

 

5 Responses

  1. Hey Y’all! This is Jen Myzel Swanson aka Dragonfly, co-founder of the original Camp Kumquat. It’s so cool to see how Camp Kumquat is evolving over the years, and I am so glad to see that the Burning Kumquat is still thriving and that this value of providing free food and knowledge and love to the surrounding community seems alive and well. Bless!

  2. Angel Goldberg says:

    I think the end date listed above is incorrect for session one.

    What are the hours for camp this year? My older son loved this camp and now his little brother gets to experience it.

    • admin says:

      Thanks for letting me know! It’s been fixed. Hope your son has a great time! The hours for camp are between 8:30am and 9:00am for the drop-off window and 3:00pm for pickup. These details are updated on this site as well.

  3. Carrie says:

    What is the cost for this camp? Is it offered every year? Planning for next summer.

    • admin says:

      Hi Carrie, the camp is offered free of charge for all those who apply. However, we suggest a donation of anything up to $50 to cover the costs of supplies, etc.. Thank you for your interest!

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