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Drama Camp is an amazing experience combining the thrill of theatre with the fun of camp. We are super excited to present Aladdin Jr.! Our campers get three rehearsal blocks each day acting, singing, and dancing as they prepare their show. They also have two blocks of fun camp activities doing scavenger hunts, having water wars, or even spending time at The Centre’s fabulous Corner Park. We love that our Drama Camp is the best of both worlds, giving our campers an unforgettable two weeks full of arts and adventure!
Auditions: July 17
August 7 – 19
9 AM – 3:30 PM
Ages: 6 – 18 yrs
Things to Note:
- Audition Packets available at The Centre Desk, Monday, June 19th
- Auditions in Merillat Room, Monday, July 17th from 9am-12pm
- Call Backs in the Merillat Room, Monday, July 17th from 1pm-3:30pm
- Camp Runs August 7-19, M-F 9am-3:30pm (Leads may be asked to remain 1 hour longer as needed.)
- Performances: Friday, August 18th at 7pm & Saturday, August 19th at 1pm
- Mandatory Strike (Dismantling and clearing of set/costumes & cleaning dressing rooms) immediately following Saturday’s matinee performance. Family participation makes for quick and easy work!
- Hot lunches are available for $3 each day, or campers are welcome to brown bag it too.
- Tuition discounts are available to parent volunteers who join our Drama Camp team!
The award-winning Minecraft allows players to build, dream, imagine and use their critical thinking skills to create worlds that are only limited by their imagination. Your Minecraft instructor is Danni Cattell.
June 26 – 30
Session 1: 8:30 – 11:30 AM
Session 2: 12:30 – 3:30 PM
Grades: 3 – 7 (entering)
Maximum number of students: 25 per session
Ignite Science Camp:
This science camp ignites a sense of awe and wonder as students investigate the world around them. Be prepared to get messy in this hands-on, minds-on experience. Your science instructor is Jackie Shane.
June 12 – 16
8:30 – 11:30 AM
Grades: 4 – 7 (entering)
Maximum Number of students: 20
The summer art camp is designed as an introductory course in ceramics. Each student will create and take home a completed clay vessel, such as a bowl or vase. Students will have the opportunity to hand-build with clay, learn about texture and details, and create 3-dimensional forms from their own designs. Your Art instructor is Sarah Carter.
June 12 – 16
Noon – 3 PM
Grades: 4 – 7 (entering)
Maximum number of students: 20
Video Production 101
This is a basic video production class to teach some of the fundamentals of writing, lighting, filming, and editing to produce a short promo/commercial. The class will be taught by Mr. Dyer, Vice President of Commercial Production at WLMB-TV 40.
June 5 – 9
6 – 8:30 PM
Grades: 9 – 12 (entering)
Maximum number of students: 8
Notebook, Pen or Pencil, Folder, Hard Drive or SD card to store projects on when class is completed.
The goal for each student is to learn how to effectively create videos by learning the steps of Pre Production, Production, Post Production, and Delivery. Students will have the opportunity to share their creative ideas, operate a camera, set up lighting, record audio, film and edit a group project.
Each student should have a strong interest in video production. No previous video production skills are required for this class. A basic computer knowledge is needed as we will be using DaVinci Resolve to edit the films.
On June 10 at 7:30pm, parents, relatives, and/or friends are welcome to view the students completed projects. Each team will show their video, discuss things they learned, and share how they completed their production. Each team will have about 10-15 minutes for their presentation. Guests can ask questions to each team and to me.