City Seedlings Summer Camp 2017

We're thrilled to announce that GSF's City Seedlings Summer Camp is back for another year, and you're officially invited to join the party!

Explore the world of science and nature at GSF's City Seedlings Summer Camp! During their week-long session, campers will play, experiment, and learn in GSF's 1.5 acre organic garden at 24th Street Elementary School (2055 W 24th Street, LA). Campers will gain cooking and gardening skills, new friends, and a deep understanding of where their food comes from. Our cooking classes are designed to instruct, motivate, and empower campers while our interactive science activities will spark their curiosity and inspire investigation. Help your children unplug and have fun as they reconnect to nature and themselves.


City Seedlings Summer Camp Dates

Session 1: June 19th - June 23rd, 2017 (9am- 3pm)
Session 2: June 26th - June 30th, 2017 (9am-3pm)


City Seedlings campers will have the opportunity to:                 

  • Create a delicious menu of garden-inspired treats!

  • Engage in interactive science activities

  • Cultivate a life-long connection with the natural world

  • Form lasting friendships during games and team building activities

  • Explore their creativity through fun arts & crafts project

We're holding a special early bird enrollment period for this year's summer session. Save money and register early for this year's City Seedlings Camp!


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