Introducing Quiet Heart's BFCP
Summer Camp 2018


"Mud Puppies"

Quiet Heart and Bothell Family Cooperative Preschool proudly announce the first summer of the Mud Puppies summer day camp to be held at Bothell Family Co-op.  Led by Quiet Heart's outstanding instructor and herbalist Rachael Witt, children will have a day playing and learning outside in an environment where they feel comfortable and safe.  All students should dress for the weather, bring a small backpack with snacks, lunch and water. We will be outside, rain or shine and we will be getting dirty and possibly muddy.

Open to Ages 3 to 5
Three year olds must have turned three prior to September 1 st , 2017 and be potty-trained

Camp schedule options:
2 Day Camp Dates:  June 5th & 7th or June 12th & 14th Tuition: $85

3 Day Camp Dates: June 4th, 6th & 8th or June 11th, 13th & 15th Tuition: $115

5 Day Camp Dates: June 4th thru 8th or June 11th thru 14th Tuition: $175

  • Mud Puppies camp registration will be opening to our sister co-ops April 16th. 
  • 10% Sibling Discount is available
  • Camp hours are 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
  • Quiet Heart and Bothell Family Cooperative Preschool are looking for PARENT HELPER VOLUNTEERS to participate with the Mud Puppies during our summer day camp. Parent helpers will receive a discounted rate. More info here.
  • Click the button below to register on Quiet Heart's website. Once on their site, find the "Book Now!" button and don't forget to register in "Mud Puppies".

Meet teacher Rachael Witt...

Rachael runs with elk, flies with birds, plays with plants and laughs with the sun. After completing her B.S. in ecology and evolution underneath the redwoods at UC Santa Cruz, she followed her nomadic tendencies traveling the world to study various ecosystems and their cultures. Her journeys have led her to the overwhelming desire to connect people with nature and, more specifically, plants. She has completed an herbal apprentice with EagleSong E. Gardner as well as a wild plant intensive with Lindsay Huettman and currently wildcrafts for a local herbal business, Julia's Good Medicine. Rachael has learned to tend generational gardens by being a student as well as a teacher. Her love for teaching outdoor education has encouraged her to incorporate primitive skills into her everyday being while honoring the land and ancestors that mentor us. If she is not playing in the woods, Rachael is commonly found fermenting, wildcrafting, gardening, basket weaving, tracking, tanning hides and cultivating relationships with people, plants and animals.


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