Find Joy in Food Summer Cooking Camp
Note: This camp fills quickly. Wait for the confirmation email with payment instructions - it will arrive within 24 hours.

Sessions run 10:30 - 2:30 Monday-Friday (unless specified) at a private home in the Willows neighborhood of Menlo Park near 101 and University Avenue in Palo Alto.

Snacks and a multi dish lunch are included. Camp size is 6-10 campers per session. Fees are noted below. Discounts are available. Sibling discount 10%. Early Bird discount 10% (expires 5/1/19).

Campers must be 11 by June 1, 2019 to participate. If space allows, drop in available for $95/day.

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Camp is open to kids aged 11-14
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Anyone signing up with your camper? Sibling/friend discount 10% for each camper - registration forms must be received around the same time.
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Scheduling Comments
Bringing a friend for a partial session or looking to drop in for a specific day only? Let me know here.
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Food and Cooking Comments *
Any allergies or strong food preferences? What's the camper's kitchen experience been like to date? Cooked any meals for you?
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Parent First Name *
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Address *
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Additional Pickup Notes
Will someone else be picking your child up? (e.g. grandparent, nanny, transportation service like Zum or Hop Skip)
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