June 6th 2020 9am-12:30pm
Price: $65, parents plus child= one registration Ages 3-5years old (babies are always welcome to tag along, breastfeeding, bottle feeding, diaper changing- make yourself at home here!)
All food will be gluten free.
Beyond the Kitchen- Preschool Camp- Music, Yoga, Nature and Cooking
This is a unique offering as you and your little one will get to experience music from the beloved Miss Lauren and yoga from Stacey, owner of Balance Yoga– the most popular yoga studio in the community for children focused yoga. Plus they will spend time in the kitchen making their own granola balls and “cook” their own play dough to take home and plant herbs to take home and grow. We also plan of having representatives from the LENA project teaching kids about what they can do to take care of the environment with some fun activities. Yoga and music will take place in the woods where kids will also get to play in the newly remodeled adventure playground featuring zip lines, rock climbing walls, ninja obstacle course, fort building, tree house, obstacle course, hidden art pieces, swings and more. Plus, baby goats and baby chicks and chickens will be excited to be loved on by all. This summer my theme is featuring other women in business and these two ladies are simply wonderful and this community is so lucky to have them.
The morning will start with music class in the woods, followed by cooking in the kitchen then yoga back outside in nature and then time for playtime with animals and on the adventure playground.
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Carpooling is always encouraged. Refunds cannot be issued within one week of class as instructors and ingredients/materials will have been paid/purchsed- but you can transfer your registration to someone else at anytime. If there is enough demand I will offer another similar class later in the summer. Due to the age of the kids, I would like at least one parent to be available to help, but you are more than welcome to work it out with friends to bring your child. You all are adults and parents and I’m not here to micromanage anything. I just would ask that you don’t drop off a 3 year old child without any adult responsible for him/her. My final note is to ask that you help me in respecting our neighbor’s property but keeping kids off the play structure that is on the other side of the trees lining the turnaround and not to block their driveway. They are the sole reason BMK was able to continue and have been incredibly supportive of us.