Join Us for The Tye-Dyed Iguana Summer Camp 2019

Posted by Diedra Blackmill on Jun 7th 2019

Group photo of TDI Summer Camp 2018

Looking for something different for your kids to do this summer? Cut the whining about boredom short and have them join us at The Tye-Dyed Iguana Summer Camp.

What is The Tye-Dyed Iguana Summer Camp?

We offer this summer camp in-house at our exotic pet store. For five weekdays, your kid will be immersed in a world of exotic reptiles and bugs through hands-on education and demonstrations.

Map of the Tye-Dyed Iguana location

During the camp, they will participate in crafts and learn about animals. They will also receive a Tye-Dyed Iguana t-shirt, which they will tie-dye themselves during one of their afternoon craft sessions.

Additionally, we provide a daily snack for each child during camp.

Who can attend?

The Tye-Dyed Iguana Summer Camp is for kids in Kindergarten through 6th grade.

Kid hands holding lizard

When is Camp?

We’re offering four different camp sessions this year so that your kid can participate even if you’ll be busy or on vacation for part of the summer.

The sessions are each one week long and occur on the following dates:

  • June 10 - June 14
  • June 24 - June 28
  • July 8 - July 12
  • July 22 - July 26

Each session consists of two different camp offerings. You can either sign up your kiddo for the full day camp, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day, or the half day camp, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. each day.

How much does it cost?

The full day summer camp costs $125 per child for one week. The half day summer camp costs $85 per child for one week.

Kid drinking from water bottle

What does my kid need to bring?

If your child is attending the full day camp, they should bring a bottle of water and their own lunch for the day. Half day campers need only bring a bottle of water.

Anything else I need to know?

Each of these sessions is limited to the first 30 kids who sign up.

Sign up for The Tye-Dyed Iguana Summer Camp 2019 here.

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