Camps

2017 Summer Camp Registration Now OPEN!

Choose from camps in the following categories:

Some examples include:

 

      • June 5-16

        A Race To the Finish

        A Race to the Finish is a charming, witty, and whimsical mini-musical based on Aesop’s most popular fable, “The Tortoise and the Hare”. Kids will feel the excitement as they take part in the famous race between the slow and steady turtle and the over-confident rabbit. 1st-4th Graders

      • June 19-23

        Hipster Week

        Campers will jump into hipster fun creating henna tattoos, dressing hipster with funky hats and fake mustaches, organic gardening and creating a farmer’s market. They will experience coconut water, vinyl records and using a typewriter and learn about Fair Trade. This week will also include a daily hip hop class with Emilie P. Ages 7-12

      • June 26-30

        Frozen in Summer Week

        “Frozen” movie fans will love this camp. Young artists will create snow globes, clay sculptures, a painting on a real canvas board and more projects all featuring their favorite characters from the movie. Campers will sing, dance, and play & act songs and scenes from the movie, as well as go home with a sound recording of the camper’s voice singing, “Let it go.” Ages 6-10

      • July 10-14

        Cinderella: Once Upon A Dream

        Kids will enjoy the excitement, drama, majesty and thrills of acting out this ageless story wherein pumpkins become elegant coaches, mice become men, and rags turn to riches with the wave of a wand! 2nd-5th Graders

 

Multimedia Art Week


Multimedia Arts Week will allow campers to explore screen printing, ceramics, woodworking, the art of cartoon making, fabric dying, drawing and more. HUB art instructor, Jenna Lewis will introduce campers to a wide variety of art mediums and techniques, and allow them to explore the creative process. Ages 6-14

  • July 17-21

    Theater Tech Week

    Theater Tech Week is all about creating the magic of theater behind the scenes. Campers will create puppets and learn about shadow puppetry, theater sound and lights, being a part of stage crew, costuming, set build and painting, theater sound and light management and more. The week will conclude with being a part of the Tech Crew for the production of “Cinderella; Once Upon A Dream.” Ages 8-14

 

    • June 19-30

      Hairspray Jr

      Hairspray JR. is a show that will celebrate your students’ diversity and bring audiences to their feet with its positive message and uproarious sense of humor. 6th-12th Graders

    • July 24-Aug 4

      Legally Blonde The Musical Jr.

      Legally Blonde JR. follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery and scandal in pursuit of her dreams. 5th-10th Graders

  • 7/24-7/28

    Earth Wind & Fire Week

    Earth, Wind & Fire Week will be filled with science & art activities. Campers will make kites, wind socks and chimes, explore gardening activities and engage in a variety of science experiments. Ages 6-12

  • 7/31-8/4

    Entrepreneur Week

    Entrepreneur Week will give campers a chance to be in a small group that sets up a business, fro
    m selecting a product, make & sell the product, establish marketing strategies and market the product and create graph reports. Sample products to be produced are lavender sachets, rainbow snow cones, garden products, etc. Ages 6-12

 

Many more camp offerings – click register now above.

  • For each camp, there is a nonrefundable deposit of $80.
  • In the event of a withdrawal from camp at least 2 weeks prior to the start date, an account credit will be issued for the amount paid, less the $80 deposit. No credits issued for camps costing less than $80.
  • For more information, please see policies under camps.