STEVE & KATE'S DENVER · DATES: July 27 - Aug 14, 2020 · ADDRESS: The Logan School for Creative Learning, 1005 Yosemite Street, Denver, CO

Denver Summer Day Camp

Camp life is needed more than ever—to make real connections in person. Read below to find out more about our plans for this summer and how we'll manage to keep kids safe and have fun.

Due to limited indoor space available to us at The Logan School it is likely that some groups will be outside in separate wedding style tents. We will be able to utilize the gym in the case of inclement weather for social distanced passive activities as well as indoor bathrooms.

Call or text: 720-439-7785 | denver@steveandkate.com

DENVER CAMP BASICS

Contact and Location

The Logan School for Creative Learning,
1005 Yosemite Street,
Denver, CO 80230

Email:
denver@steveandkate.com

Call or text:
720-439-7785

Camp Dates

July 27 - August 14, 2020

Ages

In Colorado, campers must be turning 5 years old by Oct. 15th, 2020 to attend.

New Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures

2020 Fees

Registration will be in weekly blocks, instead of by the day. It’s the first time in 40 years that we won’t be able to allow campers to do daily drop-in. As much as we’d love to be able to have campers join us for just a day or two each week, we won’t be able to fill their spot on missed days. So, please, give us five. That being said, we know that things happen. If your kid does miss a day, we’ll still refund it automatically—COVID may impact flexibility, but it won’t impact what is fair. Fees include pizza, snacks and all hours 8:30am to 5:30pm.

Day Pass

$95

REALLY IMPORTANT CAMP INFORMATION

  • Due to limited indoor space available to us at The Logan School it is likely that some groups will be outside in separate wedding style tents. We will be able to utilize the gym in the case of inclement weather for social distanced passive activities as well as indoor bathrooms.
  • Additional state-required paperwork must be submitted for every child before their first day of day camp. Click here for Colorado state required medical forms to fill out before attending camp.
  • Due to state regulations, CAMPERS MUST BE AT LEAST 5 YEARS OLD by October 15, 2020 in order to attend our Denver camp location.
  • BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE LINK BELOW FOR THE VIRTUAL ORIENTATION. This provides information relevant to all of our camp locations, including information and videos about how to check-in/check-out, what to bring (and not bring), and so much more.
  • Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures

Activities

The surest path towards thriving is if kids are driving. 

At Steve & Kate’s, we’ve always believed in following kids’ compasses. Today, our philosophy of self-direction feels even more vital. Campers act on their judgments and fuel their sense of self, develop the drive to adapt, leap and lead. We invest in kids’ boundless capability and credibility. They - and our world - will be better for it.

We can’t say exactly what days at camp will look like, where they’ll go, or what campers will wind up whipping up, but one thing’s for sure: kids drive. 

SPECIALS

Monday: Climbing Wall
Feel free to bring a helmet if you'd like. Other necessary equipment will be provided, and properly sanitized.
 
Tuesday: Mad About Hoops
A Hula Hooping Workshop
 
Tuesday & Wednesday: Penalty Kick Shootout
Players must kick their ball through the holes to score in their opponents goal
 
Thursday: HawkQuest
Live Raptor Program
 
Thursday & Friday: Inflatable Axe Throwing
Each player takes turns throwing axes and tries to score the most points
 
Friday: Dress Up Day
Magical Creatures
Monday: Climbing Wall
Feel free to bring a helmet if you'd like. Other necessary equipment will be provided, and properly sanitized.
 
Tuesday: Mad About Hoops
A Hula Hooping Workshop
 
Tuesday & Wednesday: Quarterback Blitz Put your football throwing skills to the test
 
Thursday & Friday: Soccer Darts
Line up the ball and take your shot at the bullseye
 
Friday: Dress Up Day
Summerween
Monday: Climbing Wall
Feel free to bring a helmet if you'd like. Other necessary equipment will be provided, and properly sanitized.
 
Tuesday: Mad About Hoops
A Hula Hooping Workshop
 
Tuesday & Wednesday: Wacky Trikes
Exciting tricycle races and courses
 
Thursday: Nurf Terf
All Nerf Blaster Games
 
Thursday & Friday: Chip Shot
Swing your club and your score is determined by one of the five rings the golf ball falls into 
 
Friday: Dress Up Day
Super Heros

LUNCH INCLUDED

Food is a big deal for us. So is having camp be an all-inclusive experience. We plan to offer lunch and snacks; we just need to do so in a manner that fits with safety guidelines and the logistics of our new normal. While we may add options later, we know that we can deliver on campers' favorite item—pizza! Hot from ovens and into sealed boxes, we can get this item into kids' hands without worry. You can, of course, choose to pack something instead or as a supplement, but pizza will be there. We will also offer an array of snacks for kids to nosh on throughout the day. All snacks will arrive to each stable group in closed packages. We will announce the specific line up in the following weeks, but rest assured, tummies will be full.

DENVER CAMP TESTIMONIALS

Just wanted to let you know that camp was a huge success for my kids!! My son Jack was crying hysterically before drop off this morning and came running to greet me this afternoon asking if he can go to camp even though I'm not working tomorrow. He gave the rave review "Mom, that actually wasn't boring!". Both kids had a great time and I am excited to have this option for my kids as I work part time and love the idea of drop in and not making lunch!

Michelle D.

(Denver parent)

Ryleigh let me know camp was 'awesome'! She doesn't generally gush about her day -- but she gushed! She is very excited about trying the 'hamster balls' later this week and proud of the music she produced. Please continue doing what you're doing!

Stephanie P.

(Denver parent)

My girls had an awesome day. Mira said she felt like sewing before dinner and proceeded to make a tool belt from the pockets she made at camp. She also liked the robotics stuff. Sophia was pretty psyched about bread and music making and oh yes, the hamster ball. I love the open format and the fact that we get to pick which days to come. I think it’s a great fit for us. I kind of wish I could transport myself back in time and be an almost 9 year old for a bit.

Amy S.

(Denver parent)

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