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Survival Biology Art Camp

Presented by SHINE Art Academy at Fort Ward Park, Bainbridge Island WA

Jun 21 - 24 2021
Survival Biology Art Camp

Forage the forest floor to identify indigenous plants, weave a cedar basket to harvest salmon berries, learn to tie knots, share native Coast Salish stories and have Fun making Art with a group of students who love being out of doors.

Forage the forest floor to identify indigenous plants, and weave a cedar basket to harvest salmon berries. Learn to tie knots. We’ll share native Coast Salish stories, hunt for signs of animal tracks, play a lion hunting game, and create found object animal sculptures. Students will discover and draw a Barred Owl habitat, and make a Biome Terrarium. Students will become Field Biologists to observe nature, ask inquiry questions, and correlate data following NSCS standards. Bring a sack lunch,

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(Ages 6-9), and (Ages 10-14). Monday- Thursday, June 21-June 24, 10:00-3:00. Cost: $150 per day, or $540 per week (all materials included) Full payment is required in advance to reserve your child's place. Cost is per child. We are seeking a minimum 4 student enrollment to hold this camp. Please email us if other dates work best with your busy summer schedule.

Payment Options: Venmo (SHINEartacademy) Venmo Link: Zelle (send one time transfer through your bank) Zelle Account: Personal Check: Please email to request the mailing address.

Contact: 206-790-8577


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Fort Ward Park

2241 Pleasant Beach, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

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