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EATS Camps

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EATS Summer Camps

Every summer EATS offers camps for students. The topics explored at EATS camps range widely from learning new kitchen skills and how to combine flavors to planting a garden and learning how to take care of plants as they grow into nutritious food.

Camp scholarships are available! If you have any questions or would like any assistance with camp registration or scholarships, please reach out to natalie@eatsparkcity.org.
¡Hay becas para los campamentos! Si tiene alguna pregunta o desea recibir ayuda con el registro del campamento o las becas, escribe un correo electrónico a natalie@eatsparkcity.org.

Registration for 2022 Summer Camps is open! View our calendar.

Chopped Camp with Summit Community Gardens - Round 1

June 13th - 17th
Grades 1 - 3

Chopped Camp has been our most popular camp for the last three years! Students in this camp will spend the week learning cooking skills, how to grow and harvest their own food, and writing their own recipes. On the last day of camp, students will prepare their recipes using the skills they've learned and face off in a friendly cooking competition.

Chopped Camp with Summit Community Gardens - Round 2

June 27th - July 1st
Grades 4 - 6

Chopped Camp has been our most popular camp for the last three years! Students in this camp will spend the week learning cooking skills, how to grow and harvest their own food, and writing their own recipes. On the last day of camp, students will prepare their recipes using the skills they've learned and face off in a friendly cooking competition.

Nutritious Nature Camp with Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter

July 5th - 8th
Grades 5 - 6

Meet us at the intersection of the Swaner Preserve and food! In this camp, we will investigate the animals who live on the preserve, eat plants that grow on the preserve, and their place in modern cuisine, and how to fuel ourselves for time spent outside. Campers will learn cooking skills while exploring the preserve and its connection to the foods we eat.

Food Lifecycle and Lunch with Park City Day School

July 11th - 15th
Entering Grades 3 - 4

Join EATS at The Park City Day School for a camp that explores the lifecycle of food through learning to make lunch together. We will learn kitchen skills like how to use knives safely, how to use peelers and graters, how to measure and follow a recipe, and more all while making delicious lunch together. In addition to making lunch, we will explore the whole food cycle in the greenhouse searching for ingredients to use in our lunch recipes, composting our uneaten lunch, and even planting seeds to grow food for future lunches. We will be making big lunches and small lunches, but the plants in the greenhouse will always eat a light lunch!

Harvest Camp with Summit Community Gardens

August 1st - 5th
Grades 1 - 3

EATS and SCG want to make sure all of the hard work that goes into growing food at high altitude in Park City comes to fruition! At Harvest Camp, students will learn how to harvest fun vegetables, as well as how to prepare and store them to enjoy in the fall through food fun projects like pickling cucumbers and making salsa from tomatoes. We will also explore food waste and composting!

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