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River Adventures Summer Camp - Sense of Place

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Dirksen Nature Park

11130 Tigard Street

Tigard, OR 97223

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Calling all Sensers of Place! Join Tualatin Riverkeepers at River Adventures Summer Camp this June!

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Use your five senses to touch, taste, smell, listen, and look toward a deeper understanding of what keeps an ecosystem in balance. We can find examples of senses throughout many different threads in the world, and now is a good time to explore them.

Sense of Place is geared for youth participants ages 7-10 years old. River Adventures Summer Camp fees are $55.00 for non-members. Please contact dana@tualatinriverkeepers.org for information on applying the member discount at checkout, or other financial aid questions.

IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ BEFORE REGISTERING:

The COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing and many public health restrictions will be in effect throughout the summer. In order to provide River Adventures Summer Camp safely, we're doing things a little bit differently so that we can allow our community to participate in-person with us, while still being as responsible as possible. This year, we are providing a hybrid model with both in-person and online components.

On Monday and Tuesday, Sense of Place participants will have online activities to do at home at your own pace. On Wednesday, Sense of Place participants will join us at Dirksen Nature Park for in-person camp activities. On Thursday, Sense of Place participants will join us at Cook Park for our camp paddle trip. Due to state and city guidelines, we are required to limit in-person contact to 10 participants at a time. To accommodate as many campers as we can, we are capping registration to 20 total participants, and holding our in-person activities in half-day sessions to meet the 10 participant stable group requirement. When you register a camper for camp, please choose either a "morning" registration or an "afternoon" registration that will apply throughout the whole week of camp.

Morning sessions will meet from 9:00AM until 12:00PM.

Afternoon sessions will meet from 1:00PM until 4:00PM.

Unfortunately, we cannot mix and match morning and afternoon sessions as we are required to keep our groups separate to minimize transmission risks. We are also requiring face masks during in-person activities at Dirksen Nature Park and while getting in and out of boats at Cook Park, and are not providing snacks.

We know this is different and a little confusing, so here's a breakdown of a sample registration: when you visit our registration site by clicking "Register Here" below, you can choose between two ticket types called Sense of Place - MORNING or Sense of Place - AFTERNOON. If you choose to register with a Sense of Place - Afternoon ticket, you will participate in two days of online camp on Monday and Tuesday at your own pace throughout the day, and then join us from 1:00PM until 4:00PM in the afternoon on Wednesday and Thursday for camp or paddle activities. You can purchase multiple tickets if you have more than one child attending camp, but again, an individual child cannot come in the morning on one day and the afternoon the next. We know that's frustrating, but it is a requirement at this time.


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Dirksen Nature Park

11130 Tigard Street

Tigard, OR 97223

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Tualatin Riverkeepers is a community-based organization that protects and restores the Tualatin River watershed. We build watershed stewardship through engagement, advocacy, restoration, access and education. 


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