Before you register for camp, you must read and understand the following information:
As per the Kauai Reopening Strategy "Kauai Business & Recreational Guidelines" of the Mayor's Emergency Rule #19 - Healing Horses Kauai has been deemed an official venue of professionally organized receptions, meetings, & other events.
When in Tier 1 we can host: 5 indoor/10 outdoor w/restrictions
When in Tier 2 we can host: 10 indoor/20 outdoor w/restrictions
When in Tier 3 we can host: 15 indoor/30 outdoor w/restrictions
When in Tier 4 we can host: 25 indoor/50 outdoor w/restrictions
Therefore Healing Horses Fall Camp will be run as follows:
6 feet of social distancing at all times. Please advise your participant that hugging and other close contact activities are to be avoided.
All volunteers and participants 5 years of age and up are REQUIRED to wear a mask covering both their mouth and nose when within 6 feet of another person. As per rule #6 masks can only be removed when engaging in a permissible outside exercise while practicing social distancing of at least 6 feet; for eating and drinking; or when a medical condition prohibits the use or causes a greater health or safety risk (verified licensed medical practitioner note required). That means students must all have a mask on their person and know how to apply it. Masks must be worn during mounting and unmounting, and when sidewalker/horse (from different households) leader are in use. Only when riding independently may riders remove their mask after mounting. Students who are non-compliant to social distancing OR masking will be asked to leave.
Student drop off and pick ups will be staggered to permit social distancing at registration. Please be punctual and arrange for expedient drop off and pick up at your child’s designated time. See table below for drop off and pick up times.
To facilitate speedy registration please print and complete liability release and photographic liability prior to arrival. Bring your own pen to sign your child in and out. Forms are available HERE.
There will be no intermingling of groups.
Students from the same family unit will be in the same group regardless of age. Your child’s Group Color will be sent in a confirmation email. See table below for drop off and pick up times.
In order to arrange staffing and camper groupings it is highly recommended that ONLINE REGISTRATION occur by 5 PM, on December 19th, 2020. After Dec. 19, please sign up by 4 pm the day prior to attending to ensure your camper appears on the sign in sheet. Due to COVID regulations there will be no walk-ins! All campers must be registered online. Each group will be limited to 15 campers. A wait list will be created.
CANCELLATION POLICY: CANCELLATIONS NEED TO BE MADE BY EMAILING BY 3 PM THE DAY PRIOR so waitlisted campers can be notified and have the opportunity to attend. There is a $5 non-refundable transaction fee. CANCELLATIONS MADE AFTER 3PM WILL BE CHARGED AT FULL PRICE- NO REFUNDS. VERBAL OR TEXTED CANCELLATIONS WILL NOT BE HONORED.
TARDY POLICY: If campers are late by more than 15 minutes, their spot will be given to a waitlisted camper with no refund issued.
Blue tickets are recommended to students 10 years of age and up that are willing to help tack/untack -Drop-off: 8:30-8:45am Pick-up: 1:30-1:45pm
Yellow tickets are recommended to students 7-10 yrs. or for families with mixed age children -Drop-off: 8:45-9:00am Pick-up: 1:45-2:00pm
Red tickets are recommended to students 5-8 yrs. - Drop-off: 9:00-9:15am Pick-up: 1:15-1:30pm
If all the tickets of the color you prefer are sold out you may move up/down a color. But please stick with the same color if attending multiple days.
*Note: Please check the website the day prior to your camper's attendance should the COVID-19 regulations change availability.
By proceeding to the registration page, you agree to all of the terms listed above.