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Summer Camp at the Mill School in Freedom, ME

Children's Art and Explore Summer Camp

crafts and art, outdoor exploration, music and games

held at The Mill School classroom and grounds in Freedom, Maine

Treasure at Sea Camp

Four week two-day session Monday - Tuesday 9am-1pm

making fishing poles and going fishing make a pirate eye patch and pirate hat create a mermaid necklace
become a cartographer and make a long lost treasure map

digging for treasure

June 1, 2 June 8, 9 June 15, 16 June 22, 23

$240 for the 8 day session

Animal Magic Summer Camp

Two week four day session Monday - Thursday 9am-1pm

decoupage a special box with animal pictures paper mache a pet
create paw prints
make a butterfly mobile

pine cone animals

for children age 5-11

additionally we will have
outdoor hikes, splashing in water, singing, and group games

an easy going morning filled with creativity, imagination, fun, gladness, and group activities

Daily Activity
9-9:15 gather outdoors 9:15-10 project time 10-10:15 snack
10:15- 11 sing and games 11-12 walk and explore 12- bring your own picnic 1:00 dismissal

Please pack a backpack with a snack, lunch and small water bottle, so your child can carry their own food on our adventures. (not a huge heavy backpack with gallons of water!) Come already wearing sunscreen and insect repellent which we request to be put on by the parent before the day starts. (Please use your own products, due to other's sensitivities)

Toki Oshima grew up in a family that sang together, and she and all of her brothers were artists. As a teen, Toki worked as a camp counselor in an International summer camp where the emphasis was on peace through understanding others through singing, dancing, and making things. Her first job in Alaska during her 20s was at a summer camp for inner city children in Fairbanks. She received her BFA from Portland School of Art, where she taught Saturday School for High School students. She has worked as a free lance illustrator for MOFGA's Newspaper, as well as illustrating children's books and doing graphic design work. She earned her post graduate degree in Education at Sunbridge College, Spring Valley, N.Y., has worked as a teacher and camp instructor at Ashwood Waldorf School, Morning Glory Garden School, and Art & Explore Camp in Freedom. She taught at Playworks, a homeschool cooperative in Liberty this past year, working with children ages 6-10, where she brings her love of traditional American folk music as all kinds of art and crafts to the group.

Toki lives with her husband, John Pranio, and their two sons, Sean and Jamie, in Whitefield, Maine. They are all musicians, and play in several bands, and like to dance, sing and eat good food.

enrollment will be limited to 12.

Toki Oshima

137 Henry Road Whitefield, ME 04353

Home phone 549-3820 Cell phone 458-0938