2020 Summer camp ProgramS


Harmony FARM Camp

Experience a lifestyle that is simple, rugged and exciting while learning about down-and-dirty farm work! Harmony’s farmstead is a safe, yet challenging environment where we will discover, grow, do and make while connecting with nature. Daily activities will include caring for farm animals - big and small, tending to gardens, and creating farm-functional crafts. Ages 6-14

Session 1: July 6-10, 2020              8am-1pm

Session 2: July 13-17, 2020            8am-1pm

Session 4: July 27-31, 2020            8am-1pm

Session 5: August 3-7, 2020           8am-1pm

Session 6: August 10-14, 2020       8am-1pm

Cultural Crafts ART Camp

Immerse yourself in an art experience that brings to life the handi-crafts of cultures from around the globe. Harmony's outdoor art-studio will ground you with the land while we explore the cultural importance and crafting practices of indeginous peoples. Daily activities will include learning art techniques with a variety of medias, hands on creation of cultural crafts and the exploration of each craft’s cultural signifcance and symbolism. Ages 6-14

Session 1: July 6-10, 2020              8:30am-1:30pm

                    Indonesian: Mandalas, Batik Stamping, Wayang (puppets)

Session 2: July 13-17, 2020            8:30am-1:30pm

                    Native American -PNW: Totem Poles, Masks, Weaving, Beading

Session 3: July 27-31, 2020            8:30am-1:30pm

                   Polynesian: Leis, Shell Beading, Petroglyph Painting, Tivaevae Patchwork 

Session 4: August 3-7, 2020           8:30am-1:30pm 

                    Aboriginal: Dot Painting, Boomerangs, Clap Sticks, Beading

Session 5: August 10-14, 2020       8:30am-1:30pm

                    Native American -Plains: Drums|Rattles, WarHorse Painting, Dreamcatcher


Camp Hours


Camp Hours

Camp programs are offered for daily or weekly attendance Monday – Friday.

FARM: Drop-off 8am | Pick-Up 1pm

ART: Drop-off 8:30am | Pick-Up 1:30pm



Camp Hours

 $75 | day 

$325 | week

Tuition includes participant material costs.


Register Today with link at top of this page. An invoice will be emailed upon receiving completed Registration Form. Tuition is payable by cash, check, or EFT.




We encourage campers to be prepared for all kinds of ‘muck’ – dirt, fur, water, manure, paint, glue, ect - wear clothes that can get dirty. Closed-toe shoes and a wide-brimmed hat/visor are required.


What to Bring


 The Mind Body Barn™ is located on a 5-acre farmstead 7 miles east of Bend off Hwy20E. 61750 Harmony Lane, Bend Oregon 97702


What to Bring

What to Bring

Camp tuition is non-refundable but can be transferred to another Mind Body Barn™ service within the current calendar year.  

What to Bring

What to Bring

What to Bring

 Campers will also need to bring a hearty lunch, snacks, refillable water bottle, sunscreen, a bathing suit/towel and a change of clothes.