Summer Specialty Camps

Oak Park Specialty Camps Summer 2017

Sign ups for Summer Camp will be active March 27th online or in the Community Center on April 3rd. If you have any questions please call the Oak Park Community Center at 818-865-9304

Camps are listed by dates they are offered.

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CARNIVAL SUMMER CAMP Ages 3-5

We are all excited for summer camp to begin with CARNIVAL WEEK featuring face painting, tons of activities and craft projects! Join us for carnival fun as campers enjoy a bounce house, bean bag toss, face painting, ring toss, making clown cupcakes and hats and participate in balloon relay races and puppet show theatre. Instructor: Amy Shavick has been working with preschool and tot ages for over 7 years. As the Director of the Preschool in Oak Park, Amy has developed creative and fun camps. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

CNC205-2 Tues-Fri 10:00 am-12:00 pm May 30-Jun 2 $60

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GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS SUMMER CAMP Ages 6-14

Join all of the best by putting your name in the most famous book of world records. Test skills you did not even know you had and see if you can stand longer than the rest. Every day will have new challenges to test through fun games and activities. See how many hula-hoops you can spin at one time, test your jump rope skills, see if you can build the tallest card tower, or see how many summersaults in a row you can complete. Each challenge will be recorded, and at the end of camp children will each take home their very own record book. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Samuel Cooksey, Director of Oak Park After School Club, 12 years teaching experience. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

GBC205-2 Tue-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm May 30-Jun 2 $68

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MINECRAFT MODDING SUMMER CAMP Ages 6-16

Playing Minecraft is cool! Making your own mods is way cooler!! Modify the world’s most popular video game using the world’s most popular visual and code-based modding tools! Students learn how to build and share mods, install mods, make their own blocks, tools, biomes, mobs, recipes, weapons, textures, events, etc. This is a fun and easy way to channel kids wild enthusiasm into a love of Computer Programming and Video Game Designing! Tools: MCreator (Visual Modding), MCSkin 3D & Paint. NET (Modeling), Java Techniques: Computer Aided Design, Game Design, Prototyping, Play-Testing. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Sandbox Computers Staff. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

MCM205-2 Tue-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm May 30-Jun 2 $151

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HAWAII DISCOVERY SUMMER CAMP Ages 3-5

Wishing for an island getaway this summer for your beach baby or lil surfer? Come join in on all the fun with our Hawaiian Summer Camp. Our days will be filled with activities all about the beach, island life and sea animals too. We will make exploding volcanoes, learn some hula dance moves, dig for buried treasure, make our own shaved ice and play pin the tail on the dolphin. We will even get to make our own tie dye style T-shirts & leis to wear to our luau celebration the last day of camp. We can't wait to soak up the summer fun with your little ones! A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Amy Shavick has been working with preschool and tot ages for over 7 years. As the Director of the Preschool in Oak Park, Amy has developed creative and fun camps. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

HDC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 5-Jun 9 $100

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LEGO ROBOTICS SUMMER CAMP W/PARKER ANDERSON Ages 5-12

With over 26 years of experience, Parker Anderson has one of the most recognizable after school enrichment programs in Southern California. Their Motto is “Fun Comes First”, and their commitment to quality is unwavering. Challenge every aspect of your creativity and intellect while learning the basics of engineering and physics as you graduate through five levels of robotics fun. Each day students are given a different project to build, test and modify. This camp is as fun as it is inventive. A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

LRC206-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jun 5-Jun 9 $100
LRC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 31-Aug 4 $100

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TENNIS YOUTH SUMMER CAMPS Ages 5-14

All camps are conducted by our Oak Park Director: Coach Paul Garron. USPTA certified and PTR 10 under certified pro, and our highly trained coaching staff. TTA has been running popular tennis camps in Ventura County for over 18 years. All players will refine and improve their technical and tactical skills with progressions and cooperative drill training. All campers need to bring: snack, water, tennis shoes, racquet, sun block and hat/visor to camp. Players will be divided into groups based on their skill levels. A $5 material fee payable to the instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Coach Paul Garron, USPTA certified elite pro. Location: Oak Park High School

TYC201-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 5-Jun 9 $165
TYC202-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 12-Jun 16 $165

TYC203-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 19-Jun 23 $165
TYC204-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 26-Jun 30 $165
TYC205-2 Wed-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 5-Jul 7    $ 99
TYC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $165
TYC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 17-Jul 21 $165

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SPORTS N’ MORE SUMMER CAMP Ages 5-12

Come join Sports n’ More at the Oak Park Community Center this summer for two amazing weeks of Sports Camp. All days are action packed with exciting sports and games as well as popular classics that are unique to indoor play such as Mini Golf, Gaga, Floor Hockey, Soccer, Dodgeball, Capture the Flag, and Flag Football. Instructor: Sports N’ More. Location:
Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

SMC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 5-Jun 9 $99
SMC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 31-Aug 4 $99

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CUTE & CUDDLY ANIMALS SUMMER CAMP W/PARKER ANDERSON Ages 3-5

With over 26 years of experience, Parker Anderson has one of the most recognizable after school enrichment programs in Southern California. Their Motto is “Fun Comes First”, and their commitment to quality is unwavering. Cute and Cuddly Animals is a hands-on experience with some of the most adorable animals around! Kids will enjoy learning about new animals each day from guinea pigs, to ferrets, to miniature chickens, to bunny rabbits, and more! This exciting and enchanting camp is perfectly suitable for students of all ages! A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

CCC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 12-Jun 16 $100

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TOT TENNIS SUMMER CAMP Ages 4-5 

Beginners/Advanced Beginners-players will be introduced to skills including balance and coordination, sending and receiving and basic racket skills such as bouncing, hitting and aiming. Rackets will be provided for weekly $5 fee. Instructor: Coach Paul Garron, USPTA certified elite pro, and our highly-trained coaching staff. Location: Oak Park High School, Tennis Courts

TTC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00-10:30 am Jun 12-Jun 16 $75

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MUSIC EDITING SUMMER CAMP Ages 7-14

Make some noise! Love listening to Music? Now digitally compose, edit and record your own! Using easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder, record live audio, convert analog to digital, edit sound files, mix sounds, remove noise, and add awesome sound effects! Manipulate your sounds any way you like. Tools: Garageband, world’s most popular audio editor. Make music with real or virtual instruments, create beats, morph or tweak sounds, record, record and remix. GarageBand is a whole music creation studio right inside the Mac — with a complete sound library that includes software instruments, presets for guitar and voice, and virtual session drummers. An intuitive interface makes it easy to learn, play, record, create, and share your hits worldwide. It’s never been easier to make music like a pro. A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Sandbox Computers Staff. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Buena Vista Room

MEC206-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jun 12-Jun 16 $189

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CHEERLEADING SUMMER CAMP Ages 5-10

This week long camp includes teamwork and the individual skills that are incorporated into Cheerleading. Techniques introduced and practiced will include motion technique, tumbling, jumps, dance and stunting. Girls will also get the opportunity to make their own pom-pom's and other creative cheerleading arts and crafts. Build confidence and self-esteem
while making new friends and having fun! Instructor: Carolyn Purkey; Head Cheer Coach at Oak Park High School. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

CHC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 12-Jun 16 $100
CHC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 24-Jul 28 $100

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MESSY “GOOP” SUMMER CAMP Ages 4-7

Campers will try new hands on activities and come home each day with their latest creation. We will make slime, snow, gummy worm cups, and flubber. Children will experiment with finger painting, painting with ice and cool aid, and other wild imaginative, hands on fun. Parents should pack water and a snack each day. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Amy Shavick has been working with preschool and tot ages for over 7 years. As the Director of the Preschool in Oak Park, Amy has developed creative and fun camps this summer. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

MGC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 19-Jun 23 $100

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ART MASTERPIECE SUMMER CAMP W/YOUNG REMBRANDTS Ages 6-12

Using pastels, colored pencils and markers, we’ll draw magical Harry Potter-like characters and a variety of pets-from cats and dogs to cockatoos and iguanas. Then we’ll get inspiration from the masters: “The Scream” by Munch and “The Regatta” by Monet. Every student takes home frameready work! All materials included. Instructor: Young Rembrandts drawing staff. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

AMC206-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jun 19-Jun 23 $125

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SPY SUMMER CAMP Ages 7-12

SPIES NEEDED FOR A SECRET MISSION. Training begins on the first day of camp. By the end of your training you will learn everything you need to know to complete your mission and become a world-class spy. Campers will go undercover to complete obstacle courses, crack cryptic codes, and use ultimate spy weapons with your team by your side. The last day of camp your new skills will be tested when your secret mission comes into play. After the mission is completed we will celebrate with an exclusive spy pizza party. If you choose to accept this mission, sign up today. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Samuel Cooksey, Director of Oak Park After School Club, 12 years teaching experience. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

SPC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 19-Jun 23 $85

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FOOTGOLF SUMMER CAMP Ages 3-12

GOLF AND SOOCER, a fantastic combination of soccer and golf where players kick a soccer ball into a hole as big as the soccer ball– the objective is to get the ball in hole in as few kicks as possible. It’s a creative way to get kids to learn, develop, exercise and have fun. The game is played with a soccer ball on a golf course, but with separate greets. We welcome 3+ year old kids of any level to participate. Kids ages 3-5 years old, will be placed in a more modify training/footgolf schedule. This is a fun and engaging activity for everyone, especially families looking for an inexpensive activity for everyone to play! A $15 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: The Be Limitless Futbol Staff has been trained to instruct kids in a fun and developmental environment. Where kids are the main focus however parents are also part of the development. Thus, creating a child/parent bonding format and helping the child develop social skills through the game of soccer. The environment is fun oriented with lots of soccer. All participants must bring their own ball. Location: Lindero Country Club, 5719 Lindero Dr.

FGC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 19-Jun 23 $99

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ARCHERY SUMMER CAMP Ages 8-16

In this introductory camp, learn the basics of an exciting and rapidly growing sport. Learn how to shoot a bow and arrow in the scenic mountain setting of the Oak Park Community Center, Archery Range. Archery safety will also be covered in this camp. Included with archery practice, participants will play games that introduce intellectual and physical skills of archery. Campers should bring snacks; all equipment is provided. Instructor: Dave Dragan, United States Archery Level 3 NTS Coach. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Archery Range, 1000 N. Kanan Rd.

ASC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00 am Jun 12-Jun 16 $75

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CRAZY COOKING AMERICAN STYLE SUMMER CAMP Ages 6-13

Let’s get cooking! Experience the Country through cooking. Each day campers will enjoy foods from different regions within the United States. A taste of New Orleans with Jambalaya, New England with crab cakes and whoopee pies, Tennessee with Memphis BBQ, Texas tacos, Southern California vegan, Midwest Chicago deep dish pizza and Ohio buckeye. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Nicole Silberstein, Rancho Simi After School Club Site Director, B.S. Organizational Leadership. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center and Kitchen

CRC206-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jun 26-Jun 30 $90


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SLOWFASHION SUMMER CAMP Ages 8-11

Join Creative Creators Club as you make your own STUFF out of their OLD stuff! Get creative and you'll learn how to hand sew and design your own clothes and accessories out of stuff you already have! You will learn how to patchwork and design a dress, skirt, top, or tote! The sky is the limit once you know how to make and design your own clothes! A $12 material fee due to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Brooke Maulhardt. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

SFS207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 26-Jun 30 $110


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BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP INDOORS Ages 5-7

Come join Sports n’ More at the Oak Park Community Center this summer for this amazing basketball camp indoors. Our clinic style program combined with our many years of experience guarantees your child’s improvement as a player and a teammate. Our program uplifts children to success by teaching them the important skills they will need to improve their game. All lessons are taught with patience, understanding and clear communication. This program is all positive. Each day is broken up into two sessions, the first session of class consists of practicing individual skills and performing real drill exercises. During this time, each student gets individual attention from the coaching staff. The second portion of the day is where teams are formed and coached games are played. During scrimmages coaches will teach students game plays, positions, formations, rules and strategies. Students will learn how to play on a team and achieve goals. All achievements are recognized in this program. Our goal is to improve a player’s individual skills and increase their understanding of the game. Instructor: Sports N’ More. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

BSC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 26-Jun 30 $99


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GOLF SUMMER CAMP Ages 6-12

Games, Contests, Prizes and Fun…This camp is designed to introduce the beginning golfer the basic fundamentals of the game as well as building on these skills for the more advanced junior player. In a fun, safe, and exciting environment, students will learn the set-up, full swing, chipping, putting, pitching, and how and when to use different clubs. Juniors completing the camp will have developed the foundation to continue to progress as a golfer and have the skills to navigate a golf course. On course play will take place on the final day. Snacks and drinks are provided, campers bring a sack lunch. A $10 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Lindero Country Club pro golf instructors. Location: Lindero Country Club, 5719 Lindero Dr.

GSC206-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 26-Jun 30 $99


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TENNIS MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAYER DEVELOPMENT SUMMER CAMP

These camps are designed for intermediate and advanced players to develop their style of play, learn tactics and strategies, dealing with pressure under game conditions and match play. Prepares players for future boys and girls high school tennis teams. A $5 material fee payable to the instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Coach Paul Garron, USPTA certified elite pro. Location: Oak Park High School

TMC201-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jun 26-Jun 30 $165
TMC202-2 Wed-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 5-Jul 7 $ 99
TMC203-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $165

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ONCE UPON A TIME SUMMER ART CAMP W/MISS DEBBIE Ages 4-6


Your camper will receive the royal treatment at this enchanted art camp filled with castles, dragons, fairytales and of course princes and princesses! Let’s set our imaginations free! Games and activities too! Bring a snack and water bottle each day. A $15 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

OAC207-2 Wed-Fri 10:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 5-Jul 7 $50

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ART MASTERS SUMMER CAMP W/MISS DEBBIE Ages 7+


Learn styles and techniques of master artists while drawing, painting and sculpting with various mediums. An original creation will be taken home each day. Bring a snack and water bottle each day. A $15 material fee payable to the instructor first day of camp. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

AMC207-2 Wed-Fri 1:00-3:00 pm Jul 5-Jul 7 $60


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DANCE IMAGINATION SUMMER CAMP Ages 3-5

Girls and boys will explore the wonderful world of creative dance, learning steps and moves to a variety of music. Campers will also have the chance to participate in dance themed cooking projects and other dance related arts and crafts. On the last day, campers will dress up and perform for family and friends and show the music video that has been filmed during the week. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Bronwen Li-Paz. Ms. Bron has been teaching children pre-ballet and tap dancing at Oak Park Community Center since 2004. Having trained in England at the Royal Academy of Dance and dancing professionally for over 16 years, she is delighted to offer a dance camp again this summer. Participants should bring a snack. Ballet or jazz shoes essential (some sizes may be available to borrow). Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

DIC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $100

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CUPCAKE CREATIONS SUMMER CAMP Ages 7-13

Kids learn how to become “mini pastry chefs.” Prep, bake, and decorate a new cupcake each day of the week. Every day bring home a new “cupcake creation” like “cinnamon-sugar morning cupcakes,” “brownie cupcakes,” “celebration cupcakes,” and more. Recipes will be provided so you can make them again and again. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Shelby Harksell, elementary school teacher with B.A. in Liberal Studies and has a Teaching Credential. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center and Kitchen

CUC207-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $90


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HOLLYWOOD SPECIAL EFFECTS SUMMER CAMP Ages 7-13

Are you a fan of Special Effects in movies? Well, you’re in the right place. In this exciting camp, we will teach your kids all about “Movie Magic” and how to create Hollywood special effects right in a camera phone or iPod (provided). Each day, they will learn a new special effect using iPods, then they will create a special effects sequence utilizing everything they have learned. Special effects used include: Forced Perspective, "Green Screen" technology, CGI, making characters appear and disappear, etc.! Be a part of movie history! Instructor: Movie by Kids. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Buena Vista Room

HSE207-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $135

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STAR FORCE SUMMER CAMP Ages 5-12

Calling all Jedi… Or Sith. The force will be with you as you learn the way of the Padawan. In your newly constructed Jedi/Sith uniform, created by you, your master will teach you everything you need to know to become a great force user. You and your force team will build your own ship to fight for the universe. Learn to draw classic Star Wars characters. Complete intense light saber training to learn how to use it correctly and become a master of the art. There are so many secrets to unlock and adventures to unravel to become a great force user. A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Samuel Cooksey, Director of Oak Park After School Club, 12 years teaching experience. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

SFC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $85

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VOLLEYBALL SUMMER CAMP Ages 8-11

Coach Trevor of the Los Angeles Volleyball Academy (LAVA) offers a fun, passion-building, skills-improving week long camp. Players will learn the fundamentals in all aspects of the game of volleyball with level appropriate drills. All campers will receive a camp T-Shirt and a positive individual player evaluation report at the end of camp. A $10 material fee payable to instructor first day of class. Instructor: Trevor Julian. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Rec Room

IVY207-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-3:00 pm Jul 10-Jul 14 $90

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BUGS & GARDENING SUMMER CAMP Ages 3-6

Explore and learn all about bugs, plants and gardening with fun hands-on activities, creative art projects, crafts, songs, nature activities, and stories too. Each day of camp we will enjoy new activities that explore bug & garden themed projects. Some of these fun activities include making your own "pet rock", learning about the life cycle of a butterfly, singing the Itsy
Bitsy spider and reading all about The Hungry Caterpillar. Children will decorate their own flower pot, plant seeds, make their own bird feeder, and design a stepping stone for your garden! We will learn all about the parts of a plant and what a plant needs to grow. Some of the new craft projects will include make your own puppets, creating a clay sculpture, making
our own puzzles and so much more! Your little one will experience the adventures of life in the garden. ***Parents please provide a snack and water for your child daily. No Nuts Please!!***A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Amy Shavick has been working with preschool and tot ages for over 7 years. As the Director of the Preschool in Oak Park, Amy has developed creative and fun camps. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

BGC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-11:00 am Jul 17-Jul 21 $100

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GAME DESIGN SUMMER CAMP Ages 7-14

Role Playing Games using RPG Maker, design your own RPG. Role- Playing Games (RPG) allow users to design characters, and control them to undertake quests in an imaginary world. Students create Maps, Character Animation Sprites, Skills, Menu, Battles, and Music to develop a full game. Students can optionally use JavaScript to control character behavior even more. Tools: RPG Maker for creating Role Playing Games to deploy on PC, Mac, Android and iOS Platforms. A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Sandbox Computers Staff. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

GDS207-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jul 17-Jul 21 $189

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MONSTERS AND ALIENS ART SUMMER CAMP W/YOUNG REMBRANDTS Ages 6-12

Monsters aren’t that scary when you’re the one who’s drawing them! We’ll draw all kinds of strange beasties some with a zillion eyes and some with no eyes at all-using different media and large format drawings. Whether they’re from earth or outer space, it’s fun learning to draw strange otherworldly creatures. All materials included. Instructor: Young Rembrandts
drawing staff. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

MAC207-2 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00 pm Jul 17-Jul 20 $110

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SCHOOL OF ROCK MUSIC SUMMER CAMP Ages 6-9

Everyone deserves to feel like a Rock Star! School of Rock is the pioneer and national leader in performance based music education. We believe that playing music together is the most effective path to mastering an instrument and developing a true love for music. We take students of all ages from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and
musicianship with programs designed for every skill level. Our Rookies Program offers a gateway to understanding music for young rockers, using proprietary set-ups for guitar, bass, drums and keyboards. With exercises, tools and games customized to their age group, students learn the concepts of music theory, rhythm, pitch, form and dynamics as they play alongside their friends. We explore all the instruments - including vocals - so they begin to understand how individual contributions form a band. We conclude the week with a mini performance for family and friends, with the sincere hope our students become passionate about an instrument and continue their journey with School of Rock. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Buena Vista Room

SRC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 17-Jul 21 $160

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PINT SIZED PICASSO SUMMER ART CAMP W/MISS DEBBIE Ages 4-6

Let’s get messy and creative exploring different famous artists and their styles each day! Campers will express themselves with tempera, watercolors, markers, clay and more! Games and activities too! Bring a snack and water bottle each day. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

PAC207-2 Mon-Fri 10:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 24-Jul 28 $80

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ANIMAL INVASION SUMMER CAMP W/PARKER ANDERSON Ages 5-12

With over 26 years of experience, Parker Anderson has one of the most recognizable after school enrichment programs in Southern California. This is a completely hands on experience that is unlike any other! With different live animals being presented in camp every day, boredom is not an option. Our live animals and exciting animal theme games allow us to jump start your child's learning without them even knowing it. Children will also experience animal skeletons, scientific specimens, projects, games, and prizes. Students will explore the natural world, acquire tips and tools to spot wildlife while camping and on hikes, and learn all about animals’ natural habitats. Students will see live animals in class and learn techniques for locating and tracking animals in the wild! A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Location: Oak Park Community Center, Nature Center

AIC207-2 Mon-Fri 1:00-4:00 pm Jul 24-Jul 28 $100

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ACTING-THEATRE SUMMER CAMP “Cinderella” Ages 6-16

If you like acting, dancing, music and having fun in a creative environment spend a week immersed in learning lines, choreography, creating costumes, props, and dressing sets. If you don’t like dancing but you love to act or you don’t like acting but you love to dance, or maybe you are more interested in building props than anything else. Whichever part you are interested in come join us in creating a different but very funny version of Cinderella. Impress your family and friends when you share what you have created in one week. Students must wear comfortable clothing and bring a lunch, water bottle, snacks and sun screen.Final performance for families 6:00 pm Friday, July 28th. A $25 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Erika Dailey who has worked with kids for 18 years through Rancho Recreation and Park District, has also directed and choreographed musicals for 12 years. Location: Oak Canyon Community Park, 5600 Hollytree Drive (picnic pavilion and amphitheater areas). Final performance 6:30 pm on last day of camp.

ATC207-2 Mon-Fri 10:00 am-4:00 pm Jul 25-Jul 28 $185

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FARM TO TABLE INDOOR/OUTDOOR COOKING/GARDENING CAMP Ages 6-12

Discover the secrets to becoming a master chef, starting in your own garden. Learn how to harvest your produce while discovering the types of animals and insects you can find in soil. Get up close and personal with snails, worms, crickets, and other crawlers to learn how they help plants grow. There will be master chef games and activities throughout the camp to determine whether you are capable of becoming a world-famous chef. Participate in a blindfold taste challenge to really test your skills in the kitchen. Once you know the basics of being a gourmet chef you will prepare, cook, and taste healthy dishes with the food campers harvested in the Oak Park Community Gardens. Please wear sunscreen, tie back long hair, and wear comfortable, closed toe shoes. A $20 material fee payable to instructor first day of camp. Instructor: Nicole Silberstein, After School Club Director elementary school age, B.S. Organizational Leadership. Location: Drop off at Oak Park Community Gardens, 401 Kanan Rd. (park on Sunnycrest, entry gate on Sunnycrest). Pick up from inside Mae Boyar Park Building, 130 Kanan Rd.

FTC207-2 Mon-Fri 9:00 am-12:00 pm Jul 24-Jul 28 $95