Drop your kids at the shop for a day of good old fashioned making and doing. Each day off is a different art, craft, or DIY theme that will keep your child happy & engaged. We provide loads of creative fun, outdoor playtime & a safe, supportive atmosphere for exploration.
March 11th: THINGS THAT MOVE
In this maker challenge day, campers will be tasked to make a creation with moving parts. Car, truck, fantastic toy or machine, the options are endless but we'll help guide your kiddo to maker motion magic!
March 12th: MAKER MOTION CON'T.
Campers may continue their things that move or start new projects.
March 26th: SCRAP WOOD SPRING
We'll make hangable spring scenes using our huge scrapwood stash.
SPRING BREAK: (Find registration for these days on the Sawyer calendar)
March 29th-April 2nd
This camp has been on our list of awesome ideas for years. In this afternoon club, makers will explore all things pirate-related. We’ll make treasure boxes, costumes, swords, papier-mache shoulder parrots, and a miniature pirate ship complete with peg doll pirates, polymer clay sharks. Arggg, matey! In this process play class, makers will have access to a wide variety of materials, tools, and techniques to create their own pirate world.
Come for a day or the whole week!
April 5th: WIDE-OPEN WHATEVER!
Makers will have access to a whole shop full of supplies to make whatever they please. We're here to help with advice, direction, and idea starters.
COVID Camp Policy
Our camp experiences are now capped at 12 participants.
Curbside pick-up and drop-off only.
Symptom check and record keeping in full effect each morning.
Campers must wear a mask.
Instructors will wear a mask.
Campers must wash their hands for 20 seconds upon arrival, at meal times, anytime they enter or exit the building, after using the restroom, and before heading home.
We will no longer have an aftercare option available.
Campers will have their own work areas as well as a set of supplies and materials and be instructed on ways to interact but keep their physical distance from one another.
Depending on the group, we may walk to City Park or Lenora B. Quick Park for lunch and outdoor craft/playtime.
We will be adding additional cleaning and disinfecting procedures throughout the day.
We do our best to maintain social distancing, however it is not always possible.
We have an air filtration system and will have doors and windows open as much as possible.
Please keep your child home if they or anyone in your household has any symptoms of COVID. Note: We are unable to provide refunds or credits in the case of illness.
All camp registrations are non-refundable but are transferable to others at any time and may be converted to a programming credit.
In the case of COVID related closure, all camps will move to a remote option. Supply kits will be available for pick up.
What to Bring
Two masks that your child can put on and off independently
Lunch and snacks (we will no longer provide snacks)
A full water bottle
Sunscreen (children must apply themselves)
A hat or sunglasses
Closed toed shoes (sneakers are best)
1325 E 22nd Ave Denver, CO 80205 - Central