Campers will engage in creative seasonal projects and every day is a different experience! Campers will be exposed to different mediums of art including painting Pottery (Mondays), modge podge (Tuesdays), clay (Wednesdays), painting canvas (Thursdays), and board art (Fridays)! *we go to the splash pad during summer break, so be sure to pack sunscreen, a towel, change of clothes, and a bathing suit*
A Colorful Universe will provide all supplies needed for camp. All campers will meet at A Colorful Universe at 10:00 A.M. From 11:30 – 12:30 we take a break and head to the fountain to have lunch. If there is time, we like to continue our outdoor fun and go to San Elijo Park. After lunch, we will head back to A Colorful Universe where we will begin our afternoon activity.
Camp Ends at 2:00 P.M. Early morning drop-offs and late afternoon pick-ups are available at an additional charge.
Late afternoon pick-ups are available for $5 per child/per hour. After camp hours children will be allowed to color and watch a PG movie on Netflix. *Please provide your child with a packed snack, and plenty of water. If you wish to extend the afternoon for more art, an afternoon session is available.
Afternoon Session: $150 for a week (or $35 a day), we will continue the camp day with more creative fun! After regular camp hours (10am-2pm), we will take an hour-long break and start again at 3 pm.
Art 4 Children INC and it’s owner Jessica Ferrone would like to welcome new families to it’s now 14 year of local summer camps. By using the code “SANELIJOLIFE16” at check out, you can save a total of 20% of your entire registration. Their beautiful and roomy facility is 1.5 miles from our San Elijo Hills community. Their camps for ages 5-14 are TLC-focused and affordable w/out sacrificing quality or staff to student ratio….The owner is on site with her own kiddos. They are well known for structure and a safe, nurturing environment. Please visit their home page to access summer camp info and read their article in last years SHARE magazine. We’ve attached their front page flier, however the full flier with camp descriptions and staff bios is available on web site. Registration is open and they already have many San Elijo Hills families (80%) registered! www.art4children.com
This code will expire May 31st and are not RETROACTIVE and cannot be applied to existing registrations.
Arts and cultural grant applications are currently being accepted by the San Marcos Community Foundation
SAN MARCOS – The San Marcos Community Foundation (Foundation) has $5,500 to award under the City of San Marcos Arts and Cultural Grant Program for various projects or programs that meet the granting criteria of enhancing arts or cultural programming in San Marcos.
Interested applicants may apply now through April 15 for consideration. Grants from the Arts and Culture Grant Program are provided annually. Application details are online at www.sanmarcoscommunityfoundation.org under “grants.”
Beginning in 2009, the Foundation has granted monies—provided by interest generated on the City’s public art in-lieu fees collected from new development projects—to established non-profits for artistic and cultural events and/or activities that benefit the general San Marcos community. Arts and Culture grantee organizations are all led by local San Marcos residents, business owners, or workers.
The San Marcos Community Foundation oversees granting of monies from two sources: earnings from a $1.1M endowment and a special wildlife fund. The City of San Marcos City Council also tasked the San Marcos Community Foundation with administering the City of San Marcos’s annual Arts and Cultural Grants program. Foundation board members are appointed by the San Marcos City Council. Grants are made throughout the year to benefit a wide range of services for all age groups, for low-income persons, for health and wellness, children and youth sports, and education and culture, and more.
Since awarding its first set of grants in 1988, the Foundation has provided nearly $1.1 million to non-profit organizations serving San Marcos. The original granting program was established in 1988 when a $1 million endowment was given to the City of San Marcos by North County Resource Recovery Associates as part of a development agreement for a trash-to-energy plant. While the plant never came to fruition, the City retained the endowment under the agreement.
For more information about the San Marcos Community Foundation, please contact Wendy Kaserman at (760) 744-1050, ext. 3125 or visit www.sanmarcoscommunityfoundation.org.