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Hoyt Park

OASIS: Carving - June

OASIS is a fully outdoor, nature immersed opportunity for kids to lead their adventure through exploration and imagination while being supported in social-emotional development and risk assessment.

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OASIS: Carving - June
OASIS: Carving - June

Time & Location

Jun 13, 2024, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Hoyt Park, 3902 Regent St, Madison, WI 53705, USA

About the event

OASIS (Outdoor Adventure Steeped In Story) Carving!

OASIS is a fully outdoor, nature immersed opportunity for kids to lead their adventure through exploration and imagination while being supported in social-emotional development and risk assessment. With a focus on Deep Nature Connection and storytelling, kids will play games, wildcraft, sneak, hide, start fires with traditional tools, build forts, share gratitude,  tell stories, scamper up and over downed trees, listen to stories, and whatever else their imaginations create.

OASIS: Carving will have all the components of a regular OASIS day with an additional focus on carving. Kids will be taught basic carving safety and introductory carving skills. The focus is on safety and practice - there will be many pointy sticks carved. OASIS: Carving will also be offered August 20th. Being that the focus is on safety and practice, kids can sign up for both. There will also be hours of playing, stories, games, gratitude, climbing, etc woven through our day. 

Knives will be provided. 

If your child has a fixed (not folding) knife or a folding knife that locks (not most Swiss Army knives) and they would bring like to bring their own they may. 

Hoyt Park - 3902 Regent St, Madison, WI 53705, USA (new location)

Open to kids entering 2nd - 6th grade (this age range is slightly older than most OASIS offerings)

Important Details

  • Open to kids entering 2nd - 6th grade
  • Hoyt Park
  • $110 per child, sliding scale $83-$138, ***FILL THE CAMP SALE*** Now through 6/11 take $20 off, full sliding scale still available
  • Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • We will be outside in all weather (rain, sun, wind, snow). Cancellation will only occur for dangerous, extreme weather or if both primary mentors are sick (subs are available but one primary mentor will always be present)
  • Families must provide their own transportation
  • Families must provide food for their child - lunch and snacks
  • Black and Indigenous children/families take 10% off regardless of need. I support reparations and while I recognize that this is not the same as reparations, it is something tangible that I can do now. (What are reparations?) Please note this discount with payment.
  • Scholarships available for those in marginalized communities with financial need, contact Coral for details

Please note each child must be registered separately to accommodate the system.

After registering here, you will receive an email with a link to full registration, waivers, and payment information. You are not considered fully registered until both forms are completed and returned and payment is received. If forms and payment are not received within 5 days of registering, your spot may be released to the waiting list. 

Thank you so much for the privilege of helping to foster deep nature connection in your children and in our community. 

Photo credit: Carolyn Curry

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