It’s hard to believe spring is almost here! The Humane Society of Ventura County is offering a fun, service and learning oriented spring break camp sessions for age groups 9-14.
If you are in search of some quality activities for your kids during spring break week and have a child passionate about animals then this may be the solution for you! An array of topics will be covered in this week long camp and will include hands on work with shelter animals as well as information about animals in the wild, both locally and around the world.
This fun, service learning experience will include:
*Hands on work with dogs and cats at the shelter
*Create a personalized tag for a pet or your backpack
*Learn how to train animals
*Discussions on animal safety and care awareness
* Meet a unique rescued animal every day
*Learn about local animals and what we can do to help them
*Discuss the exotic animal pet trade and its impact
*Learn about endangered species and ecosystems around the Earth
Monday-Friday, March 28th-April 1st
Hours 10:00-2:30 The cost is $135
Camp space is limited to 8 or 9 campers. Register early to reserve a spot.
To register: Please email Humane Educator, Dawn Reily for a registration form and information at [email protected]
Registration forms are also available at the shelter.
Or call (805) 642-9776 for questions and concerns.
Camps are also planned for the summer please request to be on the emailing list for summer camp information!