The Summer Program

Meadow’s extended summer program offers supervised games, crafts, and activities for children (ages 5-10) when they are not actively participating in their swim team and/or tennis team practices.

How it Works

Children are checked in at 9:00am and begin their day full of crafts, activities, and games.  They are escorted to and from their swim and tennis practices at the appropriate time for their age group. A nut-free mid-morning snack will be provided; all participants bring a bag lunch or order a Meadow Kitchen lunch at check-in time. At 1:00pm the children are escorted to check-out.

The program runs Monday-Friday, throughout the regular summer swim season.  Details on days, times, and cost will be posted once available.

A limited number of drop-in spaces will be made available each day.

Have Questions?

Check out our Dolphin Days FAQ or email our Dolphin Days Coordinator.

Meet Our Director

Sarah Anderson Brune

Sarah Anderson Brune

Meadow welcomes Sarah Brune as our Dolphin Days program director for 2017. Sarah is a Meadow alumna, who loved swim team when she was growing up. She is a Meadow parent of three children and a local teacher. Sarah has an Education Specialist credential with 10 years of teaching experience. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her kids, cooking, seeing live music, and hiking. As the Dolphin Days volunteer coordinator and parent liaison for the 2016 season, she brings her many years of educating, working at summer camps, and passion for working with children to Dolphin Days.

Katie Matson
Assistant Director

Katie Matson will be a college Sophomore at Oregon State University in the fall. She grew up in Walnut Creek and loves working with kids. She has experience as an intern at a local summer theater camp and extensive childcare. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, volunteering, and going on adventures. She looks forward to working at Dolphin Days this summer!