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Build, play, learn, and grow! From robotics to musical theater, cooking to writing, and sculpture to self-defense, our summertime mini-camps will inspire kids, teens, and college students all season long.

June through August


 

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Hand Building with Clay (Ages 8–15)

Campers will create sculptural and functional clay products. Campers will study form and design, as well as decorative surface techniques. We will explore a variety of color, texture, drawing and carving on clay. Bring your imagination and creativity for this hands-on art camp! All experience levels are welcome.

Instructor will take finished projects to fire them and campers will be called within 2 weeks after camp to pick up their finished art work.

Iggy Sumnick
Monday - Thursday, July 17–20
11am–12:30pm
$85 per person per session

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This camp is also offered August 7–10


Two-Week Performance Camp (Ages 9+)

Our summer musical theatre program is designed for both new and seasoned performers, giving students the opportunity to showcase their vocal, dance, and acting skills in a live camp finale cabaret performance. Students develop trusting relationships and a strong group ethic, which enables them to learn and create in a safe performance environment.

We will be performing a musical cabaret including hits from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Madeline, and many more!

Instruction provided by Danielle Wright, Founder and Executive Director, Opera MODO

Danielle Wright
Monday–Thursday, July 17–20
Monday–Thursday, July 24–27
9am–3pm
$495 per person

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Fashion Summer Camp (Ages 8–17)

Students will learn to sew while creating their very own designer fashion. Student will learn: clothing construction and design principles, how to operate a sewing machine, use various sewing tools, designer terms and definitions, jewelry design, tote bags, and more! Students will also learn about modeling techniques and have their very own fashion photo shoot. Come see how fun fashion can be!

Sewing machines and all materials are provided. Students may bring their own sewing machine to practice on, if desired.

Dana Keaton, MBA
Monday–Friday, July 24–28
9am–12pm
$180 per person
An additional $50 material fee is to be paid on the first day of camp directly to instructor

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Pokémon and Star Wars Stop Motion Animation Camp (Ages 6+)

Use our action figures to star in your own mini-movie-the possibilities are endless! Campers will handle all the technical details including using a digital movie camera, filming scenes, stop-motion animation, digital editing and adding special effects to finish their creation. This is a hands-on class that will teach students the entire digital film making steps from start to finish!

Students must bring an 8GB USB flash drive to class every day. Students may bring a snack and beverage.

Game Crazy, Inc.
Monday–Friday, July 31–August 4
10:30am–12pm
$135 per person

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Robotics Camp (Ages 5–8 and 9–13)

Campers aged 5–8 will use LEGO robots to build out all the components of a soccer game and play soccer matches against their classmates! Campers will learn new skills and have fun, all while bringing robots to life!

Campers aged 9–13 will be transported to a far-off planet and build autonomous robots that are to make the planet habitable by humans. They will program their robots to carry out various complex missions. This camp will teach STEM concepts in a “minds-on hands-on” environment.

Students may bring a snack and a beverage.

Game Crazy, Inc.
Monday–Friday, July 31–August 4
12:30–2pm
$135 per person

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Reading Like a Writer

Writing Series for High School and College Students

If you want to be a great writer, be prepared to read everything from books and poems to essays and blogs. We will discuss how reading will make you a better writer and in turn, you will put your knowledge to practice by editing something you have already written.

Students to bring writing supplies and a laptop, if desired.

Sarah Sheppard
Monday and Thursday, July 31 and August 3
10am–12:00pm
$63 per person

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Self Defense Camp for Kids (Ages 6-10)

Have fun and learn to be safe at the same time! Learn and practice real self-defense techniques on an instructor wearing a padded suit. Campers will also learn about fire safety, how to use 911, stranger awareness, basic first aid and more. Cartoons, physical and classroom games are just some of the ways that campers will learn about safety in this camp.

Students must bring a bag lunch, snack and a beverage each day to camp.

Live Safe Academy
Monday–Friday, July 31–August 4
9am–3pm
$155 per person

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Hand Building with Clay (Ages 8–15)

Campers will create sculptural and functional clay products. Campers will study form and design, as well as decorative surface techniques. We will explore a variety of color, texture, drawing and carving on clay. Bring your imagination and creativity for this hands-on art camp! All experience levels are welcome.

Instructor will take finished projects to fire them and campers will be called within 2 weeks after camp to pick up their finished art work.

Iggy Sumnick
Monday–Thursday, August 7–10
11am–12:30pm
$85 per person per session

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Scrap Camp | Innovation (5th-6th Grade)

How does someone "become" an inventor or innovator? Join us for this class and learn how to make an idea turn into a reality. Use recycled materials to experiment and learn from those experiences to bring about a new or better thing! 

Students must bring a lunch, snack and refillable water bottle to class. 

Arts & Scraps 
Thursday, August 10
9am–3pm
$90 per person

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Special thanks to our sponsors

The Stonisch Foundation
The Youth Enrichment Fund