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Sign your child up for the new and exciting “Culture Quest” summer camp!

Explore the world without leaving the Valley! Culture Quest is a brand NEW exciting summer camp. Culture Quest gives campers the opportunity to experience different cultures from around the world through food, art, activities, and games. Campers will experience a different region each week and a new country each day. Sign up for one or multiple weeks! Campers must bring a sack lunch each day. A snack will be provided daily. Please notify instructor prior to start date if your child has allergies. Camps taught by a credentialed TVUSD elementary school teacher who has over 10 years of teaching experience

Week 1: Exploring Europe
Monday, July 10 – Friday, July 14
9am – 1pm
Learn and experience the history of our neighbors across the pond!  Expect to be dazzled by art inspired by Italian artists, amazed by the Grimm brothers from Germany and see some of their fairy-tales come to life, experience life as a medieval knight and a Viking, and so much more!
Register for Week 1 Here!

Week 2: Adventures in Asia
Monday, July 17 – Friday, July 21
9am – 1pm
Take an adventure in Asia and the Asia Pacific for week 2 of Culture Quest! Become immersed in the cultures of China, Japan, India, and Polynesia during this week. Activities include Martial Arts, Yoga, Polynesian Dancing, and much more!

Register for Week 2 Here!

Week 3: Southern Hemisphere Safari
Monday, July 24 – Friday, July 28
9am – 1pm
Take a safari around the Southern Hemisphere and experience cultures from South America and Africa. The Safari includes crafts to take home, tastes of food from each country, and games that were once played by ancient civilizations!
Register for Week 3 Here!

Week 4: Action in the Americas
Monday, July 31 – Friday, August 4
9am – 1pm
This week campers will learn about the history and culture of North and Central America, ranging from Native American culture, Meso-American history, to colonial history.

Register for Week 4 Here!

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