Frequently Asked Questions
What format are workshops hosted on?
We use zoom to host our online workshops. This allows us to provide a secure live interaction with each of our campers. All in person workshops are hosted in the home of Kaley and Spence Martin.
How long is each workshop?
Each workshop is hosted one day a week for six weeks. This also allows campers to choose between continuing with the same topic or trying out a different workshop in the next quarter.
Can I join a workshop that has already started?
Absolutely! If the workshop you are interested in still has spots available, we will pro-rate your registration fee to reflect the remaining weeks. Send us an email to learn more.
What is your refund policy?
At this time we are not able to provide refunds. However, we will do our best to either switch your camper to a different workshop or give your family a partial credit for future workshops.
I'm interested in a workshop, but it doesn't fit in my schedule.
Please let us know! We are hard at work to find the best way to serve families. If we have three requests for a certain time and an available instructor, we will open a new workshop.
Will you be offering these workshops for different ages in the future?
Yes! Please send us your requests. If there is enough interest, we will open workshops for specific topics and ages.
What if I have to miss a day of the workshop?
If you let your instructor know in advance, we can usually record the workshop (online only) and send it to you before the end of the week. There are no refunds for missed weeks.
How many campers are in each workshop?
It depends of the type of workshops, but most are limited to 2-8 campers. Our goal is to provide small group experiences where campers can interact with each other and receive equal attention from our instructors.
How do you keep campers safe online?
We believe in the rule of three. This means that no camper will ever be on zoom call alone with an adult. For our workshops, we always have a main instructor and a "tech instructor". It is the responsibility of the tech instructor to supervise all camper screens, chat box, and ensure all participants are registered campers.