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Summer Camp Guide - "Coming Soon"


Day Camps: Art

The Arts: Cultural Arts Center: Summer Camps and Programs

Ages served: 4-15

Dates/times: 6/5-8/4; full day (6+ hours)

Description: Camps offering visual arts, ceramics (hand building and wheel), dance, drama, handwriting, Legos, French and Spanish.

Visit our website for more information. We offer classes and programs for all ages.

Cost: $60-$215, scholarships are available. Contact the office for more details


Science Art Guide

Description: Campers will enhance their knowledge of design as they discover the science behind painting, sculpture and more. Dress for a mess.

Cost: $300 members, $330 nonmembers


Cross Family Studio: Nature's Studio Art Camp

Ages served: 6-16

Dates/times: 6/12-7/10; full day (6+ hours) and half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Campers will investigate nature through art in small groups with individualized instruction, using a variety of media and techniques.

Cost: $125 half day, $225 full day



Arts Council: ARTcamps

Ages served: 6-13

Dates/times: 6/5-8/7; hours to be determined

Description: Mold or throw clay on a wheel, sculpt, draw, paint or explore acting. Content/ages served will vary by week. Half- and full-day camps begin

June 5 and run through the week of Aug. 7.

Cost: $140 to $190 per weeklong session. Details and online registration will be available



Glass Axis: Summer Kids Camp

Ages served: 7-10

Dates/times: 6/20-6/23, 7/17-20; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Campers will learn about art and science from a teacher. Each day children will create new pieces such as fused jewelry and

beads, a mosaic flower pot and tile, and a glass tile painted with frit. Classes run noon to 4 p.m.

Cost: $200



Teen Summer Workshops

Ages served: 12-17

Dates/times: 6/5-6/28; full day (6+ hours) and half day (2-5 hours)

Description: We offers young people the opportunity to explore the arts through workshops that expand their creative and critical-thinking skills

using a variety of techniques and mediums. Workshops are 2.5 hours over three days and are offered in the morning (9:30 a.m. to noon) and afternoon (1-3:30 p.m.).

Participants who sign up for both sessions stay for lunch.

Cost: $65 per session



Young Masters Summer Camp

Ages served: 6-12

Dates/times: 6/12-8/4; full day (6+ hours) and half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Children will make crafts that explore and expand their creativity. Five different themed weeks will be offered. Camps run Monday to Friday. Half-day

camps are 9:30 a.m. to noon; full-day camps are 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cost: $110 for half-day and $195 for full-day sessions



Paper Moon Art Studio: Paper Moon Art Camp

Ages served: 6-15

Dates/times: 6/19-6/23, 7/31-8/4; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: We incorporate art into nature and nature into art. We offer walks through a ravine, land art, sculpture, mixed media, puppets, games and snacks.

Each weeklong camp will have different art experiences. The June 19-23 session runs 9 a.m. to noon. The July 31 to Aug. 4 session is 1-4 p.m.

Cost: $130




Ages served: grades 4-9

Dates/times: 7/17-7/20; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Students will engage in 3-D constructions of everyday materials, learn mold-making techniques and have the chance to get their hands dirty. They will gain knowledge

and a sense of inspiration from historical and contemporary artists.

Cost: $70



Making Movies Camp

Ages served: 11-13

Dates/times: 7/24-7/28; full day (6+ hours)

Description: Students will work together as actors, directors, camera operators, editors and scriptwriters to put together commercials, music videos and more.

Students will select a genre, storyboard and film their movies. Students will receive a link to their works at the end of August.

Cost: $275 resident, $325 nonresident



Art & Technology: STEAMpunk Art

Ages served: 8-11

Dates/times: 7/24-7/28; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Unleash creativity and imagination during this five-day multisensory art experience. Glass, metal and gears will be the fuel of this maker-inspired camp.

Cost: $150 members, $175 nonmembers



Day Camps: Dance & Drama

Ages served: 4-12

Dates/times: 6/13-6/15, 7/18-20; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Learn the basics of Irish dance in an energetic and professional environment. Children learn basic moves from the reel to the jig and perform for the parents on the

last day of camp. Both sessions are 10 a.m. to noon.

Cost: $65 through May 1, $75 afterward. Fifty percent sibling discount.



Actors' Theatre

Ages served: 9-11

Dates/times: 6/19-6/23; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Campers will create and perform a short play, as well as rehearse scripted scenes and monologues and experience improvisation, theater games and more.

The camp will culminate in a 7:30 p.m. Friday performance on the Compound stage.

Cost: $200



Space Camp Kids Camp: Stars "Look at the stars"

Ages served: 5-10

Dates/times: 7/24-7/28; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Campers will experience a week of out-of-this-world theatrical games and plays featuring space and aliens. Rehearse scripted scenes and experience

improvisation, theater games and more. The camp will culminate in a showcase performance Friday night.

Cost: $135, two camps for $250



BalletMet: Stars and Stripes

Ages served: All ages

Dates/times: 6/26-6/29; less than 2 hours

Description: Celebrate freedom of dance at a Fourth of July-themed camp.

Cost: $75



BalletMet: Time for Tea Dance Party in the park

Ages served: all ages

Dates/times: 6/12-6/16; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Journey on a head-to-toe adventure with the help of tiaras, fairy wings, tutus and more.

Cost: $145



Dramatic Impact: Beauty and the Beast and Peter Pan

Ages served: 6-15

Dates/times: 6/12-8/18; full day (6+ hours)

Description: Campers can choose to focus on either Peter Pan or Beauty and the Beast for a week of drama instruction. There will be a production on Friday for friends and families.

Costumes and scripts are provided. Instruction is by Candace Mazur-Darman and staff.

Cost: Starts at $160



Day Camps: Educational Enrichment

The Center for Architecture and Design: Camp Architecture/High School Design Studio

Ages served: 8-18

Dates/times: 6/5-6/23; full day (6+ hours)

Description: Camp Architecture/High School Design Studio introduces students in grades 3-12 to the world of architecture and design through hands-on activities, field trips,

walking tours, presentations by professionals and imaginative games.

Cost: Camp Architecture, grades 3-8, $325 for a one-week session; High School Design Studio, grades 9-12, $550 for a two-week session



The Etiquette Institute of Ohio: Camp CEO and Princess Camp

Ages served: 5-14

Dates/times: 7/17-7/31; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: Camp CEO and Princess Camp are award-winning experiences that maximize a child's success through modern etiquette and manners to excel at home,

school and into the workplace. There are field trips to the Golf Depot, Brio Tuscan Grille for lunch and more.

Cost: $235 to $249


Camp CEO is for girls and boys in grades 4-8.

Princess Camp (grades K-4) is an award-winning camp with five fun fabulous days where girls learn to be fabulous young ladies, make friends, acquire proper manners and

still have lots and lots of giggles and fun! Each day is themed: Princess Party, Slumber Party, Magic Fairy Day, Mad Hatter Tea Party and The Paris Runway Fashion Show!

Fabulous Fun! Maximize your daughter's lifelong success by building her confidence through modern etiquette and manners through respect for others, learning to spread


pixie dust (kindness), great first impressions, tea and table manners, being a great guest and hostess and so much more!



Day Camps: Equestrian

Horse Lover's Day Camp

Ages served: 4-12

Dates/times: 5/29-8/21; full day (6+ hours)

Description: The longest-running camp of its kind. This is a way for kids to learn how to care for horses and other animals. Daily riding lessons with an emphasis on safety.

No experience necessary.

Cost: $390 per week. Sibling and multiple-week discounts are available; see website for details.



Day Camps: Nature/Outdoors

Recreation and Parks: Discover Boating

Ages served: 10-18

Dates/times: 6/12-8/11; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: This weeklong learn-to-sail camp teaches participants the beginning skills of boating. We also include some basic canoeing training. Camp runs

from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cost: $100 residents, $110 nonresidents.



One Five Sports: Nike Basketball Camps

Ages served: 8-15

Dates/times: Call for specific dates; full day (6+ hours)

Description: Skill-development-based basketball camps at various locations. Each individual camp is a four-day session.

Cost: $245 to $260 per session



iSky Zone Trampoline Park: SkyCamp

Ages served: 8-12

Dates/times: 6/27-6/30, 7/18-7/21, 8/8-8/11; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: This camp features exercise and activities, including open trampoline jumping, age-appropriate games, activities and crafts. Camp hours

are 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Cost: $129, 30 percent discount for siblings



Girls Basketball I

Ages served: grades 1-6

Dates/times: 6/12-6/15; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: This basketball camp is an opportunity to meet and learn from coaches and players as well as increase students' overall basketball skill level

and knowledge of the game. Campers also will participate in competitions.

Cost: $70



ATV & 4 wheeler Track and Field: Endurance and Distance

Ages served: grades 15 and up

Dates/times: 6/26-6/29; half day (2-5 hours)

Description: 4 wheeler and ATVEnhancing the way you run will make you stronger and more capable in any sport you choose to participate in.

Cost: $70




More Summer Camp Guide "Coming Soon"

Updated: Parent Summer Camp Guide:

If the camps are full, families are encouraged to join the wait list.





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