About Camp Chai Summer Day Camp
Reluctantly, the Board and Staff of the JCC will not be able to offer Camp Chai this summer, in 2021.
We took a lot of time to make this decision because we truly hoped to be able to bring all of your children together this summer. We have found you a few Sonoma County based Jewish camps offering sessions. If this is of interest to your family, or to read our Executive Director's full message, click here. A listing of local summer camps is below.
We hope you and your children will have a wonderful summer!
LOCAL JEWISH SUMMER CAMPS
Gan Israel Preschool Summer Camp
June 14—August 20
After closing for the past year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Gan Israel Preschool will reopen for summer 2021, meeting daily from 9 AM–1 PM for children ages 3-5 with extended hours until 4 PM. Summer Camp goes for 10 weeks with themes including Down on the Farm: Circus Time Fun; Outer Space Adventures and more! We are located at 740 Western Ave., Petaluma, CA. Open to all faiths. Registration is ongoing for Summer and Fall sessions.
Eden Village West Summer Camp
Eden Village West is an organic farm-to-table Jewish summer camp in Northern California for rising 3rd-11th graders that integrates culinary arts, organic farming, wilderness skills, and homestead crafts. Located on 350 acres on the Russian River, our campers become empowered to promote a more environmentally sustainable, socially just, and spiritually connected world. Visit www.edenvillagewest.org to learn about camp and register for Summer 2021!
Camp Newman Summer Camp
4088 Porter Creek Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95404, 415-392-7080
URJ Camp Newman is “a unique blend of an inclusive and loving community, general camp activities, fun, and meaningful Jewish learning through experiential and informal education,” explains Camp Director, Rabbi Allie Fischman. This summer is an exciting time for Camp Newman as the camp begins a new chapter at its rebuilt campsite in Santa Rosa.
Registration open for Summer 2021
NEW SESSIONS, LIMITED SPACE
Camp Chai is a program of the Jewish Community Center, Sonoma County and is partially supported by the funds from the
Annual Campaign of the Jewish Community Federation of
San Francisco, Marin, and Sonoma Counties.