The Center offers dynamic youth programs including our popular camps. Whether it’s running over the holidays or running throughout the summer, there is a safe and rewarding place for kids to go in the San Geronimo Valley.

Holiday Camps

The San Geronimo Valley will be hosting a donation-based Holiday camp during Spring Break 2018. Camp will be held in the Loft above the gym. Holiday camp is held when school is closed and offers parents a safe place for children to play, do art activities, eat healthy snacks and have some gym time.

The dates are as follows:

April 2018

Tuesday, April 10  – 9am-4pm

Wednesday, April 11 – 9am-5pm

Thursday, April 12 – 9-5pm

For more info, call The LOFT at 415-488-4118 x218 or email Howie at

Summer Camp 2018

The Community Center’s Youth Program, is excited to offer our annual summer camp. Send your kids to seven exciting, one-week sessions of fun-filled activities for children ages 5 to 10 years old. We are proud to have an outstanding staff of talented, professional and enthusiastic counselors who are sure to provide a loving and fun environment for campers.

If you’re looking for a great place for your kids to spend their days
right here in our own beautiful valley, then our camp is just the place. We feel that campers should be able to have a say, and lead the way with their interests, during their days with us. The day flows with the kids, without a strict schedule. Like every summer, we will be offering a wide range of interesting & creative activities, art & craft projects, organic cooking, music, sports, non-competitive games, and lots of outdoor play. Get ready for friends, sun, and valley fun!  Hope to see you there.

The Community Center’s outstanding staff of talented, professional and enthusiastic counselors provide a loving and fun environment for campers. Julie Young, Howie Cort, and Buck Chavez are just a few of the faces that will be here to play!

Seven 1-Week Sessions

June 19th – July 28th

Friends, Sun and Valley Fun

Arts, crafts, cooking and more.

This traditional classic Valley camp is what brings campers back year after year. Our engaging and creative camp is the perfect spot to let your camper’s summer self, soar.

Ages 5 – 10
Camp Hours 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
After-care Available 3:00 – 5:00 pm

August 14th – 18th

Buck’s Sport Camp @ the Gym

Run, jump, shoot, catch

The coach of coaches, Buck Chavez, focuses on teamwork, esteem building and as much play as possible.

Ages 5 – 10
Camp Hours 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
No After-care Available

Fee is $195 per week or $180 for two weeks or more.

*Partial scholarships are available. For more information, please contact Julie Young at (415) 488-4118 x218 or at You can also contact Howie Cort at the Community Gym (415) 488-4118 x219 or at



Our Camp Staff

Julie Young

Known as our one and only “ Crafty Creator”, Julie is known for amazing her depth of knowledge in creating arts and crafts projects. Julie came to the Community Center almost 13 years ago as an AmeriCorps Family Advocate, working directly with the kids in our afterschool childcare programs. She now works throughout the Community Centers programs: In the month of July as  ourSummer Camp Co-Director,  throughout the year with Human Services, Youth Programs and  the Arts & Events. She is a mom of two girls, Kyra and Tiya, who spent many summers as counselors at  our camp.

Howie Cort

Howie has over 20 years of experience providing Valley children of all ages with the loving care that they need to grow, thrive and have fun!  Howie, is a mom of two Valley grown kids, is the SGV Gym Administrator, helps to organize various SGCVV programs/events, the Athletic Director of Lagunitas Middle School, and coached the 4B Girls CYO basketball team this past season. She and Julie will Co-Director our summer camp.
Buck Chavez
Buck has inspired youth of all ages to be the best they can be. He’s the father of five, played professional basketball in Mexico, coaches (and refs) numerous  basketball and soccer teams and is the P.E. teacher at Lagunitas Middle School. Whether teaching skills through sports, organizing games or taking hikes, Buck’s teaching philosophy always centers on “Leaving it better than you found it” and “Sharing is Caring.