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This season, give your kids the chance to explore their inner artist at Okiddu Art Camp in Chantilly!
Spend a week creating and painting. ART Camp 2020 will be run by local artists, retired teachers, and fun adults! A week at Okiddu will be a wondrous time of creative exploration for children ages 4 - 14.
Okiddu has an amazing variety of arts and crafts activities for its campers.
With an emphasis on fun and creativity, kids at camp can be immersed in colour while learning to weave, to paint, to sew, and so much more!
Crafts at Okiddu are fun and social, taught with an attitude of experimentation and encouragement.
Pottery —Take clay and press it into a slab, roll it into a coil or a ball, or spin it on the potter’s wheel to make cups, bowls and fun sculptures. Paint on glazes, and after a kiln firing, your ceramic creation will be beautiful.
Jewelry Making — Learn to tie a friendship bracelet from string. Twist and bend wire to make a ring or necklace. Add colourful beads of all shapes and sizes, and you can make amazing jewellery for your friends.
Weaving and Needle Crafts — Weave a cloth place mat on a loom, a basket from reeds, or a potholder using finger weaving. Learn to knit, crochet, embroider, and cross stitch using colourful yarns.
Hodge Podge — Take a white t-shirt, fold and twist it, tie it together with rubber bands, and add a rainbow of dyes; it’s tie dyeing, a camp classic! We’ll also decorate sparkly headbands, tie knot pillows, make mosaics, sock puppets and more.
Painting and Drawing — Learn how to sketch and shade figures in pencil. Compose realistic still life drawings and use acrylic, water color and tempura paints to create complex abstract works of art you can hang on the wall.
Papercrafts — This crafts activity uses different colors and textures of paper. Cut, fold, and layer pieces to make scrapbooks, memory boxes, cards, books and calendars. Make a card to mail home from camp!
Folklore — Here we focus on traditional crafts like making dolls from corn husks and wooden thread spools. Learn to sew by hand and make quilt pillows. Dip candles into colourful melted wax and make scented soaps.
Woodworking — This craft activity focuses on learning the core skills needed to make things from wood. Using hand tools, kids learn to measure, cut and join pieces of wood to fashion fun and functional creations.
Information & Restrictions
Note: Okiddu is following all current social distancing policies and will continue to update those as needed.
Camp Hours:
• Morning: 9 a.m. - 12p.m.
• Noon : 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
• Evening : 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
• After care is available from 4 - 6:30 p.m. for an additional fee of `300 per day, payable directly to the day-care .
Camp Locations/Sessions : We can organise the camp in your society or playground with complete safety and social distancing regulation followed and min 10 students are required to organise the camp
What You Need to Know:
• Upon checkout, please choose the camp week(s) you would like to purchase.
• Campers bring the following to camp daily: bagged snacks and bottled water.
• Snacks will be provided. Friday is potluck snack day and you are invited to bring a sharing snack!
• Wear clothes you don't mind getting MESSY.
To Register for Camp:
• Registration is required and space is limited. After purchase, please email to register for camp. Provide your campers name and date of birth, camp week purchased, parent's name, email and phone number.
• You will receive an email response confirming your registration.
• Please note, you are NOT officially registered for camp until you follow above instructions



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