2015 Wyandot, Kidzone and My First Camp season will operate from Monday, June 8 through Friday, August 7, 2015
For specific camp information, please review the 2015 Pre-Season Camp Information Packet and the 2015 Parent Handbook. For more specific information about field trips and weekly themes, please see the attached Pre-Season Information Packet II. For information outlining the lunch program and menu, please click here.
Camp Health Care Forms
Camp Newsletters: August 3 – 7
Specialty Camps Available from June through August
Join Tiny Picassos staff and learn basic watercolor techniques and build creative confidence through self-expression and art exploration. All materials and supplies are included.
Explore a variety of different mediums and build your creative portfolio in this fun art camp designed for young artists. Each day, Tiny Picassos staff introduce different materials, textures, and techniques through music, games, and art exploration. All materials and supplies are included.
Invent new robot designs through Lego Mindstorm 2.0. Teams of four use sensors, motors, gears and more to program robots that react to sound. Participants acquire skills using our trademarked Funutation TEAMS® hands-on, inquiry-based model. Work in teams to build, investigate, and discuss coding principles in action.
Gather your barbarians and archers…it’s time for battle – Bricks4Kidz style! Experience thrill of building and collect and store gold and elixir to train troops. Each day includes games, group challenges, model building and more. All bricks and materials are supplied and not taken home by the participants.
Open a world of opportunities for your child to learn French this summer with the Language Bridge for Kidz program. Within the two week program, children acquire the base of learning in the language through a variety of activities, music, games, and role plays.
This cooking camp is perfect for children with little to no experience in the kitchen. Future chefs roll up their sleeves and create a variety of foods that are easy to assemble, taste great, and can be created at home with family. If your child has allergies, please contact Jen Vosters at 614.410.4573 before registering for this camp.
In this camp, work within the Minecraft environment to learn fundamental architectural concepts and design. Participants are exposed to specific history and designs based on Modernism visionaries such as Michael Graves, Charles Gwathemy, and Richard Meier. Must provide your own iPad2 device (or equivalent) and apps. More information about required tools for the camp can be found at www.kidscreativestudio.com
Build superheroes with LEGO® bricks. Explore all the caped crusaders and discover their super powers. Create a fantasy world and protect it against all the evil enemies with special custom contraption builds. All bricks and materials are supplied and not taken home by the participants.
The perfect workshop for the fashionista in your family. Join us for five days of fashion design and drawing, layering and styling, and tons of dazzling accessories. Participants learn to draw portraits, figures and tons of the latest ‘tween fashion trends’. Your personally designed tote bag will be one of the many take-home items.
Open a world of opportunities for your child to learn Spanish this summer with the Language Bridge for Kidz program. Within the two week program, children acquire the base of learning in the language through a variety of activities, music, games, and role plays.
Based on the popular game show, this camp is packed with fast-paced, fast-action building and good old fashioned competition! You get a minute to complete the crazy challenges, using Bricks4Kidz models and everyday household items. All bricks and materials are supplied and not taken home by the participants.
Join Young Rembrandts’ instructors and their specially-designed set of cartoon characters, Sketch and Friends, for a five day cartoon workshop. Draw the cartoon characters in their underwater sea station, on the job, and through crazy encounters. Cartooning techniques include: expression, sequencing, and scenic development.
Combine your love for animals and the fun of working with pastels. Learn pastel drawing and texturing techniques to illustrate whimsical bees, a fanciful army of frogs, a striking owl, and more artistic critters filled with detail.
Learn the fundamentals of computer animation and illustration. Participants familiarize themselves with the history and principles of animation and quickly get started in the development of cartoon animation on their iPads. Must provide your own iPad2 device (or equivalent) and apps. More information about required tools for the camp can be found at www.kidscreativestudio.com
Put together a cool computer comic book while learning the fundamentals of computer illustration, character development and storytelling. Focus is placed on figure drawing and capturing emotion through facial expression. Must provide your own iPad2 device (or equivalent) and apps. More information about required tools for the camp can be found at www.kidscreativestudio.com
2015 Schools Out – Holiday Camp | Spring Break Camp
School’s Out Days are designed for children ages 6-12 years old. Children join us for a day of arts and crafts, swimming, games and lots of fun. School’s Out meets on most of the days when Dublin schools are scheduled off. $35/day for city of Dublin residents, $45/day for school district residents & non-residents. 7am-6pm
Holiday & Spring Break Camp
Holiday Camp and Spring Break Camp are designed for ages 6-12 years old. Children join us for a day of arts and crafts, swimming, games and lots of fun during winter break. There is one scheduled field trip day during the Holiday Camp and Spring Break Camp (additional fee). $35/day for city of Dublin residents, $45/week for school district residents & non-residents. $50/day for city of Dublin residents on scheduled field trip day. $60/day for school district residents and non-residents on scheduled field trip day. 7am-6pm
Special Needs Participants
DCRC promotes an inclusive policy for all of our programs. To provide the best overall experience for your child or to carry over IEP accommodations, an appointment must be made for an inquiry of needs. Please contact Jodi Shealy, Adaptive Recreation Coordinator, at 614.410.4574. This must be done before March 31, 2014 to assure placement in our summer camps. If you participated in camps last summer you will still need to have an updated accommodation plan.
Preschool Youth Team
Preschool/Youth Program Supervisor
Please contact us with any questions you may have regarding our camp program in general, field trips, registering, refunds & transfers, or anything else BEFORE you register for camp.
Teen Camps 2015
2015 Teen Camp season will operate from Monday, June 8 through Friday August 7, 2015
Registration begins Tuesday, March 31 for Residents and School District Residents and Tuesday, April 7 for non-residents
Weekly activities include, but are not limited to: rock climbing, kayaking, paintball, hiking, fishing, swimming, sail boating and laser tag. All trips are weather permitting. Alternate activities will be planned for inclement weather. No refunds are issued based on itinerary changes.
Country Club Adventure
Country Club Adventure | Ages: 10 – 14 | Camp Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
This is a camp that takes advantage of local resources and their proximity; including the Safari Golf Club and Zoombezi Bay. Campers of any ability level will have individualized instruction from trained golf professionals for 2 hours each day of camp and will also enjoy a daily trip to Zoombezi Bay. Drop off daily at Safari Golf Club and pickup at Zoombezi Bay.
LEED – Leadership, Ethics, Esteem, Duty
LEED Camp | Ages: entering 7th – 9th grades | Camp Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Learn the art of becoming the next great leader with L.E.E.D. Serve our community through volunteer projects like: Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, Mid-Ohio Food Bank, work with senior citizens, Relay for Life, and many more. Learn to mentor younger campers through work at Wyandot Camp, Kidzone, and Preschool Camps. Learn, serve, experience and have fun! When not working on a project, L.E.E.D. Campers enjoy recreatio
Wyandot Next | Ages: 11 – 14 | Camp Times: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Wyandot Next includes classes with American Red Cross Babysitting, Laser Kraze, Cooking, Zumba, Jewelry Making, Photography, Stained Glass, Camp Art, and a different sport each week with a refereed tournament to end the week.
Teen Program Supervisor
Teen Program Specialist