HSSC Camps

October 30, 2020

4th – 6th Grade: 12/21 – 12/23 (9:00am – 3:00pm)

Are you excited for an un-BEAR-ably good time? FELINE tired of sitting around on the computer? Looking for something a-MOO-sing to do? Then get your paws, claws and fins off of your mouse and come to the Humane Society Sonoma County Winter Camp!! In this educational camp, that is anything but BOAR-ing, you will explore many animal-related career opportunities, meet cool cats, dashing dogs, raucous reptiles, happy horses, galavanting goats, sharp sheep and many more four legged friends! Our camp offers socialization with shelter and farm animals, arts and crafts, games, and educational presentations from our amazing staff at the Sonoma County Humane Society. Learn how to communicate with cats while you read them a book, hang out with some reptiles, listen to a Veterinarian, Animal Care Technician and Animal Control Officer talk about their careers, pet and feed farm animals, watch a dog find a treat you hide and enjoy many more pawsitively wonderful activities! SESSION 1 4th – 6th Graders 3 Days: 9am – 3pm Mon 12/21 Tue 12/22 Wed 12/23 Wait Lists Due to popularity, our camps fill up quickly. You are welcome to place your name on the online wait list through the camp registration page. If a registered camper cancels, you will be notified. Due to the popularity of our camps, we ask that campers limit their enrollment to one week, to allow other campers the opportunity to attend. Both weeks have the same content. We are enforcing strict Covid-19 protocols and are requiring that all campers wear a face mask during the entire duration of camp. In addition, we are ensuring that camp groups are small in order to abide by CDC recommendations. Campers will be required to frequently wash and sanitize their hands to reduce the risk of contamination. Camp staff will be providing your camper with their own supplies to use during the duration of camp and will ensure that all materials are properly sanitized each day after use. We will also be conducting temperature checks on your camper at the time of check-in. Due to the nature of our business, there will be constant exposure to animals and their allergens. Our youth education programs are not recommended for children/teens with known allergies. If your children or teen has known allergies or other health concerns, a signed release from their doctor is required. Camp participants are expected to participate in all physical and academic activities. For safety, campers must be able to follow directions, be respectful to fellow campers, staff and animals. Special needs: Please discuss any special needs your child may have prior to registering. Due to staffing limitations, we may not be able to accommodate individuals with special needs. Campers bring their own lunch and water bottle. There is no access to a microwave. Cancellation Policy Full refund 30 days prior to first day of camp. 50% refund 7 days prior to first day of camp. No refunds will be issued 7 days or less prior to the first day of camp. Questions? Please contact Kathy Pecsar at (707) 577-1902 or kpecsar@humanesocietysoco.org.  
October 30, 2020

Session 1: Tuesday, December 22 (9am – 3:00pm)

New This Year! Come check out the Healdsburg Humane Society and hang out with our cats in Kitty City, hear firsthand stories from an Animal Control Officer, hold some cool reptiles, bond with our special therapy dogs and enjoy crafts and games while learning about the different careers in animal care! SESSION 1 3rd – 5th Graders 1 Day: 9am – 3pm Tue 12/22 Wait Lists Due to popularity, our camps fill up quickly. You are welcome to place your name on the online wait list through the camp registration page. If a registered camper cancels, you will be notified. Due to the popularity of our camps, we ask that campers limit their enrollment to one day, to allow other campers the opportunity to attend. Both days have the same content. We are enforcing strict Covid-19 protocols and are requiring that all campers wear a face mask during the entire duration of camp. In addition, we are ensuring that camp groups are small in order to abide by CDC recommendations. Campers will be required to frequently wash and sanitize their hands to reduce the risk of contamination. Camp staff will be providing your camper with their own supplies to use during the duration of camp and will ensure that all materials are properly sanitized each day after use. We will also be conducting temperature checks on your camper at the time of check-in. Due to the nature of our business, there will be constant exposure to animals and their allergens. Our youth education programs are not recommended for children/teens with known allergies. If your children or teen has known allergies or other health concerns, a signed release from their doctor is required. Camp participants are expected to participate in all physical and academic activities. For safety, campers must be able to follow directions, be respectful to fellow campers, staff and animals. Special needs: Please discuss any special needs your child may have prior to registering. Due to staffing limitations, we may not be able to accommodate individuals with special needs. Campers bring their own lunch and water bottle. There is no access to a microwave. Cancellation Policy Full refund 30 days prior to first day of camp. 50% refund 7 days prior to first day of camp. No refunds will be issued 7 days or less prior to the first day of camp. Questions? Please contact Kathy Pecsar at (707) 577-1902 or kpecsar@humanesocietysoco.org.  
November 10, 2020

2nd – 4th Grade: 12/28 – 12/30 (9:00am – 3:00pm)

Are you excited for an un-BEAR-ably good time? FELINE tired of sitting around on the computer? Looking for something a-MOO-sing to do? Then get your paws, claws and fins off of your mouse and come to the Humane Society Sonoma County Winter Camp!! In this educational camp, that is anything but BOAR-ing, you will explore many animal-related career opportunities, meet cool cats, dashing dogs, raucous reptiles, happy horses, galavanting goats, sharp sheep and many more four legged friends! Our camp offers socialization with shelter and farm animals, arts and crafts, games, and educational presentations from our amazing staff at the Sonoma County Humane Society. Learn how to communicate with cats while you read them a book, hang out with some reptiles, listen to a Veterinarian, Animal Care Technician and Animal Control Officer talk about their careers, pet and feed farm animals, watch a dog find a treat you hide and enjoy many more pawsitively wonderful activities! SESSION 2 2nd – 4th Graders 3 Days: 9am – 3pm Mon 12/28 Tue 12/29 Wed 12/30 Wait Lists Due to popularity, our camps fill up quickly. You are welcome to place your name on the online wait list through the camp registration page. If a registered camper cancels, you will be notified. Due to the popularity of our camps, we ask that campers limit their enrollment to one week, to allow other campers the opportunity to attend. Both weeks have the same content. We are enforcing strict Covid-19 protocols and are requiring that all campers wear a face mask during the entire duration of camp. In addition, we are ensuring that camp groups are small in order to abide by CDC recommendations. Campers will be required to frequently wash and sanitize their hands to reduce the risk of contamination. Camp staff will be providing your camper with their own supplies to use during the duration of camp and will ensure that all materials are properly sanitized each day after use. We will also be conducting temperature checks on your camper at the time of check-in. Due to the nature of our business, there will be constant exposure to animals and their allergens. Our youth education programs are not recommended for children/teens with known allergies. If your children or teen has known allergies or other health concerns, a signed release from their doctor is required. Camp participants are expected to participate in all physical and academic activities. For safety, campers must be able to follow directions, be respectful to fellow campers, staff and animals. Special needs: Please discuss any special needs your child may have prior to registering. Due to staffing limitations, we may not be able to accommodate individuals with special needs. Campers bring their own lunch and water bottle. There is no access to a microwave. Cancellation Policy Full refund 30 days prior to first day of camp. 50% refund 7 days prior to first day of camp. No refunds will be issued 7 days or less prior to the first day of camp. Questions? Please contact Kathy Pecsar at (707) 577-1902 or kpecsar@humanesocietysoco.org.  
November 10, 2020

Session 2: Tuesday, December 29 (9:00am – 3:00pm)

New This Year! Come check out the Healdsburg Humane Society and hang out with our cats in Kitty City, hear firsthand stories from an Animal Control Officer, hold some cool reptiles, bond with our special therapy dogs and enjoy crafts and games while learning about the different careers in animal care! SESSION 2 3rd – 5th Graders 1 Day: 9am – 3pm Tue 12/29 Wait Lists Due to popularity, our camps fill up quickly. You are welcome to place your name on the online wait list through the camp registration page. If a registered camper cancels, you will be notified. Due to the popularity of our camps, we ask that campers limit their enrollment to one day, to allow other campers the opportunity to attend. Both days have the same content. We are enforcing strict Covid-19 protocols and are requiring that all campers wear a face mask during the entire duration of camp. In addition, we are ensuring that camp groups are small in order to abide by CDC recommendations. Campers will be required to frequently wash and sanitize their hands to reduce the risk of contamination. Camp staff will be providing your camper with their own supplies to use during the duration of camp and will ensure that all materials are properly sanitized each day after use. We will also be conducting temperature checks on your camper at the time of check-in. Due to the nature of our business, there will be constant exposure to animals and their allergens. Our youth education programs are not recommended for children/teens with known allergies. If your children or teen has known allergies or other health concerns, a signed release from their doctor is required. Camp participants are expected to participate in all physical and academic activities. For safety, campers must be able to follow directions, be respectful to fellow campers, staff and animals. Special needs: Please discuss any special needs your child may have prior to registering. Due to staffing limitations, we may not be able to accommodate individuals with special needs. Campers bring their own lunch and water bottle. There is no access to a microwave. Cancellation Policy Full refund 30 days prior to first day of camp. 50% refund 7 days prior to first day of camp. No refunds will be issued 7 days or less prior to the first day of camp. Questions? Please contact Kathy Pecsar at (707) 577-1902 or kpecsar@humanesocietysoco.org.