*Mode continues to follow state and local guidance in regards to Covid-19. MMPA's Spring Break Mini Camp will be held online this year. Plans for a hybrid online/in-person summer camp series for summer 2021 are currently being developed. Early enrollment for summer camps will open March 15th.
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Our online camps are geared towards K - 5 students.


9 am - 12 pm : AM CAMP THEME TBD
1 pm - 4 pm : PM CAMP THEME TBD

Cost is $135 per camp session. Sessions are 3 hours over 3 days.

Contact us
(206) 659-0463 
For scholarship registration, please fill out this form in addition to the registration above.


10% of your summer camp tuition will go to your choice of an organization below:

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

American Nurses Foundation Coronavirus Response Fund

Wildlife Conservation Society 



WEEK ONE (Dec 20 - 23)

Ukulele For All

Come learn ukulele with us! Whether you’ve played before or have never picked one up, our group ukulele class gives students the opportunity to learn an instrument that they can take with them anytime, anywhere. Basic knowledge of the instrument is introduced while learning to tune, strum, read tablature and read chord charts. Students will leave being able to pick out simple, familiar melodies and play a few 3 chord campfire songs. A demonstration of learned material will be recorded via video chat on the final day of class.

Taught by Bess Hepner

Character Creation Workshop

What makes a character come to life? Get ready to move and groove as we explore original characters and stories through movement. Moving our bodies is as important as ever, especially when it comes to crafting a variety of exciting characters. Students will learn what it’s like to step into someone else’s shoes and craft a whole new imaginary world in this exploratory class--and have a blast while doing it! Students will leave this class with strong character development skills, thoughtful connection from idea to action, and feeling more grounded in our bodies, the world around us, and so much more. The class will culminate in a final show-and-tell with classmates, friends, and family during the final class via Zoom.

Taught by Nina Williams-Teramachi

WEEK TWO (Dec 28 - 30)

Sock Puppet Theatre

There are countless ways to tell a story. Why not do it with socks? In this class, students will create sock puppets, scenery, mini props and accessories to decorate their “stage”, and write a play that their puppets will perform via recorded video call. This class is a fun, silly way to learn the very important life skills of collaboration, creativity, and finding a spark of joy in anything--even in a sock! Students will perform their play via live recorded video on the final day of class.

Taught by Bess Hepner

Sing Along With Mode

In our introductory class for young musicians, we will sing songs, explore instruments and have fun with music! All levels are welcome, but we encourage students with little to no experience to get them comfortable in a music setting. Using the songs of Caspar Babypants, popular songs of yesterday and today, and campfire sing-alongs, we will discover rhythm, song structure, lyrics and melody. A demonstration of learned material will be recorded via video chat on the final day of class.

Taught by Nina Williams-Teramachi

Camp Withdrawal and Refund Policy

If camp canceled by MMPA: Full refund. Withdrawals more than 2 weeks before the start of the program: Full refund for each individual student registration, less $50. Withdrawals 2 weeks or less before the start of the program: 50% refund. Switching between programs is allowed, based on availability. There is a switching fee of $25 per switch.