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Summer Garden Exploratory Camp 2021

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Keiki Program Ages 5 - 15

Educational Program Summer 2021

Those new to our program will be introduced to our beautiful nine-acre garden, and returning Keiki will have the opportunity to deepen their relationship with this special place.

Our programs will explore a diversity of topics including; mindfulness and presence, gardening, art, yoga, world cultures, and plant biology. Each program will culminate in a Keiki-led presentation and walkabout with parents.

Summer Garden Exploratory Camp 2021
Both sessions will run Monday thru Thursday from 8 am – 1 pm
Session One – June 14th – 24th
Session Two – July 12th – July 22
Tuition: $525 per camp Register by April 15, 2021 Tuition: $475

You will be able to register for the summer programs online at our website, starting April 1st, 2021.
Enrollment will be on a first-come, first-served basis with 18 spots available for each camp. We look forward to exploring with your Keiki and seeing all of you this summer!

Mahalo nui loa!
Janmarie Jouflas – Garden director
Alegra Quane – educator
Sari Pastore – educator

Program Educators

Alegra Quane is one of the founders of our education program here at Princeville Botanical Gardens and she is very excited to return for another summer of exploring, learning, and crafting in the garden. Alegra holds a master’s degree in Art Education from DePaul University and in Special Education from the University of Illinois in Chicago. She and has taught multiple subjects in grades K – 12 both in Chicago and on Kaua’i. Alegra currently teaches at Hanalei school during the school year. She loves fostering confidence and
exploratory spirits as well as academic and social-emotional abilities through place-based learning.

Sari Pastore is an educator and coach and the founder of Solid Ground Coaching. She resides with her family on the north shore of Kaua’i. Sari works with individuals, families, and organizations by encouraging curiosity, kindness, and resiliency. As a teacher and later Director of Hanalei’s Aloha School, Sari honed classroom management skills and
advocated for children and families. After a decade, she traded in the traditional four walls for the dynamic classroom of a botanical preserve. While serving as Education Coordinator for Limahuli National Tropical Botanical Garden and Preserve she worked with the local and global communities by designing internships and service-learning curricula that were both developmentally and culturally appropriate, in the context of conservation and place-based pedagogy. Her students ranged from preschool to PhD-level, and the programs she designed were grounded in the reciprocal relationship between learners and their environment in order to engage all ages and abilities in meaningful work. Princeville Botanical Gardens is
honored to have Sari’s expertise in child development and ‘aina based outdoor education as an integral part of our program this summer.

For interest and further inquiries contact [email protected]
or call (808) 634-5505

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