The mini version of JUKO
Join us for the mini version of JUKO! This two week summer camp is for children ages 3-5. Each day we have tons of fun when we play games, read stories, make a cool craft, and eat lunch together! We also learn silly songs, have themed dress-up days, and fire sprays.
Register your child to join us as we experience the animal world around us and more!
Ages: 3-5 **child must be potty-trained
Dates: July 19 - July 30
Time/Locations (only choose one):
• Springwood Park from 9 - 11:30 am
• Mary Scott Park from 12:30 - 3 pm
Cost: FREE-A donation of $10 is appreciated. cash or check donations accepted at all site locations or in the Parks Office. Please make checks payable to “City of Richmond”
Little JUKO Rules
We have a few rules at Little JUKO to keep everyone safe and camp running smoothly:
All Richmond Parks and Recreation summer programs have one main rule: NO HURTING! Please send your child in a swimsuit or clothes that they can get wet in along with a towel on Water Days. Please keep in contact with the Little JUKO staff regarding your child. Having an open line of communication will help us better care for your child. Children must wear tennis shoes to Little JUKO on all non-water days! This is important for us to reduce the risk of injury. Kids MUST check out with their Little JUKO counselors everyday before leaving. All children attending Little JUKO MUST be potty-trained.
Little JUKO Staff
All Little JUKO Camp Counselors and staff members attend training week prior to the start of camp covering topics such as developmental stages, recognizing child abuse, and psychological aspects of children. Additionally, our staffers pass police background checks and are CPR and First-Aid certified.
Cancellations will be made on a case-by-case basis. To learn about if we have cancelled JUKO or not, please wait for an automated phone call/email, or visit our Facebook Page.
If it starts to rain during camp, Little JUKO campers will go inside the shelters at both the Springwood and Mary Scott locations, however, the shelter at Mary Scott Park is very small for the number of children we have. Therefore, we would recommend that you pick your child up early if it is raining during Little JUKO.
Little JUKO F.A.Q.'s
Is it free?
Little JUKO is free, but a donation of $10 is appreciated so we can continue this program for many years to come!
How do I find out about the special activities?
You will receive a schedule of events the first day of camp that lists all special activities and dress up days.
Can I stay with my child?
You are always welcome to stay with your child!
Can my child be in the same group as a sibling or friend?
Yes, please indicate on your registration form if you would like for your child to be placed int he same group as another child.
What if my child doesn't like the Fire Department Sprinkler Party?
Children will be able to play with bubbles and chalk during the fire spray if they do not wish to participate.
Can my older children get a lunch too?
Of course, please let us know the first day of camp how many lunches you will need. Your older children must be present to get the lunch because of rules set forth by the lunch program.
For more information, contact Keith Clemens at firstname.lastname@example.org.