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Ultimate Frisbee

Loma Verde Elementary School 

399 Alameda De La Loma, Novato, CA 94949, USA

Ultimate Frisbee $195 per week | July 26-29 | 9am-noon | Ages 12 and up

Ultimate Frisbee is an exciting, non-contact, co-ed sport that is fast-paced and skill driven. This camp focuses on developing physical and social-emotional skills through a combination of personalized instruction, group drill stations, and supervised scrimmages. Campers will experience a fun-filled week of team-building exercises, as well as camp and spirit games.

 

After playing semi-professionally overseas, Coach John Daniel brings a plethora of experience and knowledge.

 

Campers to come prepared with water, snacks, a towel, sunscreen and ready for fun!

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Artsy Kidz

with local artist 

Eric Moses

Nativity Of Christ 

1110 Highland Drive,

Novato, CA 94949

$355 per week 

July 26-30 | 9am-1pm | Ages 8 and up

August 2-6 | 9am-1pm | Ages 8 and up

In today’s digital world, it is valuable to develop off-the-screen, personal and meaningful work. Join local artist Eric Moses, also known as WasupwitE, for an immersive camp that takes young artists into their own environment to spark visual creativity and turn it into a unique art piece that tells a story. Campers will utilize new skills to create a mural. All skill levels are welcome as we explore your artistic ability at a pace comfortable to you. ​

In this art camp, artists will

Explore the "open" creative mode - letting creative flow with a series of pencil-to-paper warm-up exercises

Overcome perfectionism - drawing with speed over quality first 

Practice the art of subtraction -  creating a simplified image that lets the viewer fill in the gaps 

Refine ideas - narrowing down sketches into a refined final composition 

Add in lettering - exploring different lettering approaches to strengthen the story in illustrations 

Develop a unique style - tapping into personal stories and inspirations to hone in a unique visual identify 

Mural - collating the pieces of work created into a mural as a final vision

 

Instructor Bio: Eric Moses

I’ve been a artist all my life, painting murals, oil and acrylic, airbrush/spray paint, pencil pen or charcoal, as well as digital. My goal is to teach kids to appreciate and discover all artistic skills they themselves have and enhance them. 

 

Our camp size will be kept small. Our day includes a snack and lunch break to go outside, take off masks, eat and drink (socially-distanced), and play. Campers are required to wear masks in the classroom.