Camps

2022 Summer Camps

Morning Camp

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Morning Camp

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 6:00 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Afternoon Camp

2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Coach Andy’s Summer Camps

Sports Blitz, Flag Football Blitz, and Soccer Blitz!
Ages 5-10 | 10 weeks, 9 AM – 12 PM

Get moving with Coach Andy! Learn the FUNdamentals of a combination of sports during this 5-day camp.

This Summer Camp is brought to you by Coach Andy’s Assist Athletics! Read more about him here.

Lacrosse Camp

Ages 6-13 | 2 weeks, 9AM – 12PM

A week of learning Lacrosse and competing in fun games with prizes! Learn the basics of the sport of lacrosse while also showing team spirit, cooperation, and competition.

Professor Egghead Science Academy Summer Camp

Ages 4.5-10 | 10 weeks, 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Explore the world, learn about engineering,  or become a detective with Professor Egghead!

This Summer Camp is brought to you by the Los Angeles School of Music! Read more about them here.

Chess Camp with Chess Nuts

Ages 5-14 | 2 weeks, 2:30 PM – 6 PM

Welcome one and all to the game of Chess, we will be giving instructions on strategy and tactics. 

The “Chess and More” Camp offered by Chess Nuts is an exciting, educational, and fast-paced summer program. In it, students will not only be able to learn and play chess against instructors and fellow students alike, but also participate in a wide variety of fun and engaging activities

Performing Arts Camp with Miss Jojo and Captain Booey

Ages 3-10 | 2 weeks, 2:30 PM – 4 PM

Join industry professionals, Miss Jojo & Captain Booey, for holiday-tastic five days of all things Performing Arts! Participants will be an awesome environment where creation and exploration is fostered and encouraged. 

This Summer Camp is brought to you by Miss Jojo and Captain Booey!

Los Angeles School of Music Camps

Ages 5-11 | 3 weeks, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Learn how to play the piano, explore the world of music with fun & messy art projects, or become a musical fairy this summer with L.A. School of Music!

This Summer Camp is brought to you by the Los Angeles School of Music

Music & Movement Camp with Miss Jojo & the Los Angeles School of Music

Ages 3-10 | 4 weeks, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Students will have an opportunity to learn their favorite songs from Encanto, Lilo and Stitch, Moana, and more as they explore the use of tangible musical instruments such as the ukulele and drums as well as using their voices to sing and their bodies as an instrument as we express ourselves through movement and dance. 

This Summer Camp is brought to you by Miss Jojo and the Los Angeles School of Music

Miss Jojo’s Dance Summer Camp

Ages 3-10 | 2 weeks, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Students will have an opportunity to learn their favorite songs from Encanto, Lilo and Stitch, Moana, and more as they explore the use of tangible musical instruments such as the ukulele and drums as well as using their voices to sing and their bodies as an instrument as we express ourselves through movement and dance. 

This Summer Camp is brought to you by Miss Jojo and the Los Angeles School of Music

Ceramics Summer Camp

Ages 5-12 | 6 weeks, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Explore your creative side and learn how to manipulate clay with your hands with Ceramics! Use pinch, coil, slab, and other techniques to create pots and small sculptures. Campers will learn to paint with slips and glazes in a fun and creative environment. Instructors will guide campers through multiple project ideas from start to finish. Children will take home their glazed and fired clay projects.

Tutoring Summer Camp

Ages 5-12 | 9 weeks, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Get a head start on the school year! Sunbright Education was founded with the goal of helping students reach their full potential and achieve their learning goals. Founder Annette Baghdasarian has drawn on her 20 years of experience as a California-Credentialed teacher and an administrator, in both public and private schools, to create a targeted, comprehensive, and results-driven program for elementary students.

This Summer Camp is brought to you by SunBright Education. Learn more about them here.

Jr Chef Cooking Summer Camp

Ages 5-12 | 1 week, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Learn the basics with Junior Chef University! Students will learn kitchen safety, cooking techniques, and simple meals they can replicate at home.

During this fun-filled week, kids will explore various culinary dishes from all around the world. Kids will learn basic knife skills, how to read and follow a recipe, measuring and mixing, and the importance of kitchen safety. 

This Summer Camp is brought to you by Junior Chef University. Learn more about them here.

Imagine Arts Academy Wild World Summer Camp

Ages 5-12 | 4 week, 2:30 PM – 5 PM

Let the wonder and beauty of the animal kingdom inspire children’s empathy, curiosity, and creativity. Learn about amphibian alliance, protecting the pride, rescuing reptiles and more! Find out how wildlife conservationists are working to protect species around the globe while exploring a variety of art techniques.

This Summer Camp is brought to you by Crayola Imagine Arts Academy. Learn more about them here.

Camp Runamuk 2022 is SOLD OUT!

 If you have a child who is full of energy and loves to run around, learn and play then Camp Runamuk is the camp for you! Our safe and action-packed Summer Camp environment promotes plenty of physical activity and creativity through arts & crafts, cooking, fun in the sun water activities, science projects, and more. Your child can look forward to making new friends and having a great time in a safe and supervised environment.

Camp Runamuk is SOLD OUT!

Upon registration, all camper information including waivers, contact information for parents, individuals authorized for pick-up, medical conditions, and allergies were noted. Please advise Community Center staff immediately if any changes need to be done. If your child will be bringing any medication to camp, it is imperative that a Medication Administration form is turned into the Main Office or sent as a PDF to office@cclcf.org.

Camp Runamuk only

 

Daily Camp Schedule 
Friday Camp Schedule 

9:00-9:45 Morning Free Play 

9:00-9:45 Morning Free Play 

9:45-10:15 Opening Circle 

9:45-10:15 Opening Circle 

10:15-10:30 Snack Time 

10:15-10:30 Snack Time 

10:30-11:00 First Rotation 

10:30-11:00 All Camp Activity  

11:00-11:30 Second Rotation 

11:00-12:30 Fun Friday Event 

12:00-12:30 Third Rotation 

12:30-1:00 Lunch 

12:30-1:00 Lunch 

1:00-1:30 Closing Circle  

1:00-1:30 Closing Circle  

1:30-2:00 Afternoon Free Play 

1:30-2:00 Afternoon Free Play 

 
  •  Camp rotations consist of arts and crafts, enrichment (STEM-based), and high-energy/water play activity.
  • “After Camp Care” is designed for campers who are registered for 2:30 PM camps. Between this time, participants will be supervised by Camp Runamuk Counselors whole will the walk them over to their necessary location.

Sign-In and Sign-Out

Sign In/Sign Out procedures will occur during drop off and pick up. Each camper must be signed in and out each day of camp. Campers will be released upon pick up only to those listed as authorized pick-up persons. A valid photo ID MUST be shown at pick-up for the safety of the camper.

Drop off/Pick up Procedure

Both drop-off and pick-up will be done from our Main Room located inside the Community Center. Staff will monitor Sign In/Sign Out sheets at room entrance. Upon pick-up, the present adult will be asked to show a valid photo ID. This will be cross-referenced to the names on the camper’s file to ensure that they are unauthorized pick-up person. The camper will be released only to those listed upon registration or by request of parent/guardian made directly to Main Office staff.

PLEASE NOTE: Campers are NOT to walk alone to or from the parking lot for drop off or pick up. Please park and walk your child to the main room upon arrival.

Late Pick-Up Policy

Parents of the participant enrolled in Camp Runamuk will be charged $1.00 per minute past 5 minutes of the noted pick-up time. If you find yourself running late, please notify the Community Center immediately so we are aware. Late fees will still be charged. If a parent or authorized pick-up person does not arrive or call within 10 minutes past the designated pick-up time, staff will begin to call all authorized pick-up contacts noted during registration. Late fees will be due within two business days. Continual disregard. for the pick-up time or failure to pay late pick-up fees will result in the child’s termination from camp(s). It is very important to always have updated contact information on your account. Any child who is not picked up will be under the supervision of the CCLCF Office Staff until the parent, authorized pick-up person, or authorities arrive.

Fundamental Camp Rules

  1. Have fun!
  2. Golden Rule: Treat others how you would like to be treated
  3. Buddy System
  4. Keep hands and feet to yourself
  5. Listen to staff
  6. No toys and electronics

Camp Counselors will go over the rules daily with the campers. Rules are set in place to help staff focus on making camp a positive environment without the barriers of behavioral issues. Should undesirable behavior persist, the Camp Director will be in contact with the parent/guardian to discuss the necessary steps to be taken following the incident.

What to Bring:

  • A refillable water bottle with camper’s name
  • Snack
  • Sack lunch (no perishables as lunches will not be able to be refrigerated)
  • Closed-toed shoes
  • A smile! 😊 

Please ensure that your child is being dropped off at camp with sunscreen applied.

What NOT to Bring:

  • Toys or electronics
  • Any products containing nuts (we are a nut-free facility)
  • Gum or candy
  • Flip-flops (unless instructed otherwise for water-play activities)

If you have additional questions regarding anything noted above, please contact the Main Office staff at the Community Center. Out office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Click here to download the Camp Runamuk Health & Safety Protocols

General

For the health and welfare of your child and other campers, we cannot accept children if they are showing symptoms of any and all contractable illnesses. If symptoms of illness appear during the day, the child’s primary emergency contact will be contacted to pick them up.

COVID-19 Protocols

Camp Runamuk campers and staff are not required to wear a mask when conducting or participating in outdoor activities per the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health as of June 23rd, 2021. Nonetheless, we welcome and respect the continued use of masks for both campers and counselors regardless of setting. Please continue to drop your child off at camp with a mask as they will be required to wear them during indoor activities.

All staff will be constantly disinfecting the camp environment throughout the day. This will include high-touch areas and equipment. Bathrooms, handwashing sinks, and hand sanitizer are readily accessible throughout the Center.

Physical distancing is always required. Campers will be divided into cohorts and will remain with the same group throughout the day and camp week.

Sharing items is restricted or limited whenever possible. Any shared items will be disinfected between uses.

Should a child begin showing symptoms of contractable illness while at camp, they will be removed from their group and sent home for the remainder of the camp day.

Medication

Camp and Community Center staff are not authorized to hold or support campers to comply with taking needed medication without consent from a parent/guardian. If your child required medication (prescribed or over the counter) to be taken during the camp day, it is imperative that you submit a Medication Administration Form to the Office staff prior to your child’s first week of camp. Please note that Camp staff is not permitted to administer medication – the child must be able to self-administer. Click here to fill out a Medication Administration form for your child.

Click here to download the Camp Runamuk Discipline Procedures

In the event that further discipline procedures are necessary in response to persistent undesirable behavior, a 3-Step Process has been set in place for the welfare of our staff and other campers. The Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge is dedicated to providing all program participants with nothing less than a valuable experience. Should a participants’ inability to follow the established behavioral guidelines and expectations hinder the experience of others, the following course of action will be followed: 

  1. No incident report, conversation with program participant.
  2. First incident report, conversation with program participant and parent/guardian regarding approach to behavioral issues.
  3. Second incident report, final reparative conversation from Program Manager with program participant and parent/guardian.
  4. Third incident report, one-day suspension from program and conversation with Executive Director.

Should undesirable behavior further persist, the program participant will be immediately expelled from the program and all upcoming sessions within the program period. Provided that the individual is willing to follow the behavior guidelines and expectations, they are welcome to re-register for programs within the upcoming program period.

Click here to download the Summer Camp Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations before April 15th, 2022 will receive a refund or credit, minus a $25 processing fee per week.  
  • Cancellations made between April 16th, 2022, and May 13th, 2022 will receive a credit, minus a $50 non-refundable fee per child per week. 
  • No refund or credit will be given for summer camps after May 13th, 2022.  
  • Any transfers or changes between weeks of Camp after May 13th, 2022, will incur a $10 processing fee.  

If the camper cannot attend Camp due to injury or illness, we required a signed doctor’s note for consideration of refund. This is handled on a situational basis.