Arts & Crafts Building

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Arts & Crafts

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Campers will have an opportunity to work on different projects based on their interests such as jewelry making, woodworking, camp crafts, painting, etc.

Open to all ages.

Ceramics & Sculpting

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Pick a mold or create your own piece of pottery, paint, glaze and fire it in our kiln.

This activity is open to all ages. Fee—$50 per session

Digital Photo & Media

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Campers will learn about the settings and tools of a digital camera and will have guided practice in photo composition. In addition, campers will be able to explore the editing and sharing tools on a computer for working with photos, video clips or other media.

Fee—$50 per session

Yoga

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Yoga is a term for the physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India with a view to attain a state of permanent peace. During this activity campers are taught by qualified counselors about some of the basic stretches used in the practice of Yoga. Emphasis is given on relaxation, self care, and meditation.

Drama

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Drama – Our drama program explores the fundamentals of acting.  Physical and mental warm-ups are built into the routine, and strategies for confident performance and projection are introduced.  Campers can interpret and deliver a monologue, adapt different character roles, and have the opportunity to perform for classmates or the camp!

Theatre – The theatre activity is open to campers who are at camp for at least four weeks.  It teaches both the technical and performance aspects of theatre.  Campers take on the roles of acting, set design and creation, and performance direction.   The production is performed for the camp towards the end of the 2nd or 3rd session.

 

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