This was so much fun!!!
Our campers walked through the Balboa Park with their cameras and took pictures at Japanese Friendship Garden, San Diego Museum of Man and even competed at the “Find the Red Color” photography contest. All winners got a price! They did photograph themselves at the classroom and learned about Portrait setting and lighting. Each of them brought one beautiful printed picture home.
Music teacher tough them variety of dances from different countries and states. They also wore some beautiful, handmade costumes coming from Europe. Even boys participated in traditional folk dances!
Ceramics was very creative with some extraordinary pinch pot Monsters and so much needed plates for food. Our oldest student showed an amazing skill in creating Greek inspired sculpture and made a beautiful torso.
Our 2017 Summer season has come to an end, but we are already looking forward to 2018. We will have more information coming soon with dates and tuition shortly.
By pre-enrolling, you will receive exclusive early access to the camps 2018
The Cottage is open to visitors on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from noon through 5 PM. Volunteer House of Czech and Slovak members serve refreshments and visitors are welcome to view the displays of photos, a video presentation, and cultural items.
Where: 2125 Pan American Plaza, San Diego, CA 92101
When: Saturdays and Sundays from 12 PM - 5 PM
Come and join us during our monthly meeting or visit our cottage on Saturday or Sunday, noon to 5 PM. Donations are accepted and appreciated. During the afternoon, hosts willingly answer question about our two republics and provide information about the artifacts on display.
The House of the Czech and Slovak Republics is a Non-Profit, Non-Political Organization
Established in 1935, our organization serves as a meeting place for those who either want to celebrate their Czech and Slovak Heritage or want to learn more about our unique cultures. You do not need to know either of the languages to become a member.