Children & Teen Food

Sat Nam,

Our hearts go out to each of you at this time of great upheaval and challenge. We're sending you our wishes of health for yourself, all your loved ones, your communities, and the world.

In response to the public health challenge and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, we have decided to cancel all of our in-person events for 2020: Summer Solstice Sadhana Celebration, International Women's Camp, Khalsa Youth Camp and now, most recently, Winter Solstice Sadhana Celebration.

We will, however, be holding space for two virtual events: a 1-day September e-Equinox on the 19th, as well as a 3-day December e-Solstice Summit.

We have enjoyed supporting our community online with Kundalini Yoga and look forward to continuing to do so through these future events and our other channels.

Best Wishes,

The 3HO Foundation Team


In addition to the camp breakfast and dinner meals, special consideration is provided to children, teens, babies, and nursing mothers for delicious vegetarian snacks and special lunches during the solstice children’s camp program. Menus change daily and include options for children with allergies to wheat, soy, and dairy.

Check your Program Guide when you arrive to find out where meals will be served.

Snack Menus

Snack Menus include juice and Emergen-C, and two or more of the following: snack bars, apples, grapes, cherries, carrots, celery, chips, crackers, pirate’s booty, cookies, veggie jerky, string cheese, squeezable yogurt, and licorice bars.

Lunch Menus

Lunch Menus include pasta (wheat free options available) with tomato sauce, veggie dogs, burritos, tofu sandwiches, and make-your-own tacos. Lunch is always served with juice and two or more of the above snack items. Lunch and snacks for children and teens are served on all days of the children’s camp program.

Babies and Toddlers

A wide range of snack items are available for babies, toddlers, and nursing mothers at all times in the Sukh Nivas tent, including cow and goat dairy items such as milk, yogurt, and cheese.

If children have missed scheduled snack or meal times, it is possible that accommodations may be made by the kitchen host.