The Schulz Museum is excited to offer in-person classes. See below for class descriptions and registration information.
Need full-day coverage?
Kids enrolled in a morning and an afternoon camp will stay all day, including a supervised lunch at the Museum! Please pack a lunch for your child if you choose this option.
How to Register
- Online: Select classes from the calendar below.
- Phone: Call (707) 284-1263.
- Mail/Fax: Print a Registration Form and submit by mail or fax (see form for details).
All classes require advance registration and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. See below for class descriptions and registration.
For online registration, you will be prompted to create an account. All contact information is secure; we do not store financial details or share personal information. If you have an account with our store, you will still need to create a separate account for classes and membership.
Information for Parents
Below under General Camp Information, please find specifics about where to go, what to bring, and what to expect in Schulz Museum camps.
Children who need to take medication of any kind while attending camps will need the Release of Liability for Administering Medications form and Authorization for Administering Medications form completed by a parent or guardian and signed by a doctor before their first day of camp.
- General camp information
- Release of Liability for Administering Medications form (in-person classes only)
- Authorization for Administering Medications form (in-person classes only)
If you have any questions about these forms, please call us at (707) 284-1263.
Refund and Cancellation Policy
REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
Refunds are available for camps canceled with more than a 7-day notice, EXCEPT FOR SUMMER CAMPS.
- For summer camps, a $35.00 fee per registrant per camp will be charged for any cancellation made after May 20 and up to 3 business days before the camp start date. Transfers to an alternate camp are available up to 3 business days before the camp start date. No refunds or transfers are available within 3 business days of any camp start date.
- For all other camps, a $10.00 fee per registrant per camp will be charged for cancellations made between 7 and 3 days before the start date. Transfers to an alternate and similar camp are allowed. No refunds or transfers are available within 3 business days of any camp or program start date.
The Schulz Museum is committed to making our classes and camps available and accessible to everyone through our fee-assistance program. Fee assistance is awarded based on need. Please apply as far in advance as possible here.
Junior Volunteer Program
Too old for some of our classes? Children who are 12 and 13 years old can become junior volunteer helpers in the Museum classes. Junior Volunteers complete an application process, attend a required training, and select two or more classes in which to help. Junior Volunteers will receive mentoring, reviews and evaluations, and the chance to develop leadership skills while working with younger campers. Application fee is $40 for members; $50 for non-members.
To complete the online application, click here.
Grade recommendations for Spring, Fall, and Winter Break camps are for children currently enrolled in the grades listed; Summer Break camps refer to the grade the child is entering in the fall. Exceptions to the grade recommendation must be cleared with Museum staff before enrolling.
Chill out this spring with a morning of hands-on crafts and an afternoon of ice skating at Snoopy’s Home Ice! Build and paint with marshmallows, make a winter sensory bottle, create a magic watercolor masterpiece, and enjoy winter-themed movement games and activities.
Keep cool this spring with a morning of hands-on winter-themed crafts and an afternoon of ice skating at Snoopy’s Home Ice! Make a marshmallow launcher, orca art, and a soft sock penguin. Instructor: Mike Marquez
Build sets with LEGOs and work in small groups to create a stop-motion movie with sound effects, titles, and credits. Instructor: Mike Marquez
Get creative with color and explore different watercolor techniques to paint spring scenes. Learn sponging, splattering, scumbling, and other ways to watercolor wonders. Instructor: Angelica Blancas-Mims
Take a cartoon safari with professional cartoonist and storyteller Joe Wos. Follow step-by-step instructions and learn to draw animals—from aardvarks to zebras!—in a fun, hands-on, engaging environment.
Experiment with photo mix-ups, mash-ups, and editing. Create simple computer animation and learn to draw and design with iPad apps. Instructor: Mike Marquez
Make meals and snacks that the Peanuts characters would love to eat, including pita pizza and tacos in a bag. Instructor: Angelica Blancas-Mims
Spend three mornings building sets and characters with LEGOs to create a short stop-motion movie using iPads. Learn story structure, character development, and how to add lights, cameras, and green screen technology. No prior experience required. Instructor: Mike Marquez
Join cartoonist and master Maze-maker Joe Wos for a fun, hands-on California adventure! Listen to stories and learn to draw condors, mountain lions, furry friends, and other fierce creatures that have made California their home.
Combine art and science to create chlorophyll paintings, make art that floats, and launch candy PEEPS! Instructor: Mike Marquez
Spring into science and art with a morning of experiments and exploration. Make rain paintings, floating artwork, creative creations with candy PEEPS, and more! Instructor: Angelica Blancas-Mims
Build sets with LEGOs and work in small groups to create a stop-motion movie with sound effects, titles, and credits. Instructor: Mike Marquez.
Dig into your imagination while learning to draw the Loch Ness Monster, Big Foot, and other mysterious and unproven creatures with professional cartoonist Joe Wos in this fun, hands-on workshop.
Go on a scavenger hunt through the Museum’s newest exhibition, Cowabunga, Peanuts!, and dive into ocean-themed arts and crafts. Discover the layers of the ocean and the animals that live there, make an edible ocean, and craft some ocean creatures to take home. Instructor: Angelica Blancas-Mims
Discover Snoopy’s connection to NASA and space and blast off into an afternoon of space exploration. Make constellation viewers, mix out-of-this-world slime, and build a lunar lander for an awesome egg drop. Instructor: Mike Marquez
From Frankenstein’s monster to King Kong, learn to draw classic movie monsters with professional cartoonist Joe Wos. Follow step-by-step instructions to draw Godzilla versus the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and other fun monster movie mayhem!
The Charles M. Schulz Museum’s classes are educational programs and not childcare as defined by the State of California.