Sienna Ranch: Farm Camp Week 11 (Aug 8th-12th) for 1st-2nd Graders

Summer & Holiday Camps Now Enrolling

Sienna Ranch has 3 spots left in our Farm Hands Camp next week August 8th-12th. Register Now!

Farm Hands – Farm Life, Animal Care, Garden Harvest

PRICE: $676 (Prek/K), $642 (1st+) per week
OFFERED: Every Week!
GRADES: PreK-K (*2 sections), 1st-2nd or 3rd-5th
CLASS SIZE: max 8 PreK-K, max 10 1st+

Spend a week getting to know the residents of Sienna Ranch: the chickens, sheep, goats, duck and horses. Campers will experience engaging interactions and complete meaningful chores while learning how to care for our animals. Campers will enjoy traditional farm activities including milking our goats, making goat milk treats such as smoothies or cheese, harvesting from our garden, and crafting with wool from our sheep. Our staff bring a passion for youth and animals together in this fantastic program where children will build relationships and learn respect for the living creatures at Sienna Ranch and delight in the timeless pleasures of ranch life. Our full day curriculum will now also include an age-appropriate mix of bonus specialty content from our historical afternoon camps such as woodshop, gardening, and cooking.

*PreK-K campers must be a minimum of age 4 and fully independent using the restroom as of May 30th,  2022 to enroll.  Want to make sure friends/buddies end up in the same group?  Make sure to select the same class number (#1 or #2) and you’ll be all set!

*Food Allergies: Although we do not provide meals for campers, Farm Hands campers work with goat and cow’s milk, and there is always the chance that campers might enjoy an impromptu snack from the garden during their time at the Ranch. At the time of registration, please disclose any specific dietary needs, especially around eggs, dairy or wheat.  Cooking projects in the past have included enjoying scrambled eggs, home-made ranch dressing, butter made with heavy cream, crackers (gluten-free option available), goat milk smoothies, goat cheese, fruits, vegetables and fruit juice popsicles.  You are welcome to note any/all sensitivities or say you prefer your camper not eat ranch snacks.

Julie Sanders
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