Summer Camps for ages 6 - 12

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Our summer camps run Monday - Friday, from 8:30 – 3:30 pm, for school-age children 6 – 12.


Campers must sign up for the entire week and follow our safety protocols which currently  include the wearing of masks, temperature checks, frequent hand washing, and social distancing. Campers will spend the day with activities in dance, visual arts, storytelling, and more. While there will be a focus on organized activities for the group, children are also free to bring a book if they would prefer an alternative to some activities.

Masks will come off during lunchtime and at snack time while listening to stories read aloud  by Pamela. (We're being thoughtful about not talking while masks are off!)


Campers must be registered by the Thursday of the preceding week in order to participate. Please note that camp enrollment is limited to 12 campers per week and that camp may be canceled if we do not have a minimum of 6 campers enrolled. For more information, or to register, please email us at or call us at 530-756-3949.

____Week 1: June 13 – 17: Dance Camp 1 – Jazz Focus (ages 6-12) $225

Exploring Jazz Dance, its origins and evolution with Tap, Hip Hop, and Musical Theatre


____Week II: June 20 – 24: Imagine (ages 6-12) $225

Exploring free imagination through dance improv, theatre games, art, storytelling, and daydreaming


____Week III: June 27 – July 1: Dance Camp 2 – Modern/Contemporary Focus (ages 6-12) $225

Exploring Modern Dance in multiple styles: Improv, Contemporary Ballet, Hip Hop, and more


____Week IV: July 5 – 8 (4 days), 8:30-12:30 (½ day): Adventures in the Arts (ages 5-8) $140

Art,  movement, story-telling, theatre games


____Week V: July 11 – 15: Dance Camp 3 – Ballet Focus (ages 6-12) $225

Exploring Ballet Dance through Modern, Dance Improvisation, Contemporary Ballet, Hip Hop, and more


____Week VI: July 18 – 22: Moving Words (ages 6-12) $225

This special enrichment program uses movement to inspire young authors


____Week VII: July 25 – 29: Let’s Put on a Show! (ages 6-12) $225

Exploring all of the aspects of producing a dance concert, from dancing to costumes to programs


Camp Costs: $225 if paid by cash or check OR $234 if paid via PayPal

 Early-Bird (Register by April 16 for 10% off)

 Multiple Camps/Siblings (Register all at once by May 19 for 10% off)

(Discounts may not be combined)


Camp Costs: $225 if paid by cash or check OR $234 if paid via PayPal

 Early-Bird (Register by April 16 for 10% off)

 Multiple Camps/Siblings (Register all at once by May 19 for 10% off)

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Additional Covid-19 Safety Protocols for our Summer Camp Participants

In addition to the Covid-19 policies that we are using for all of our classes (some of which are listed below just to make sure that everyone is aware of them), we will also be doing:

1) Instead of our usual enrollment that might include up to 20 campers, we are limiting enrollment to a maximum of 12 participants per class. That will allow us to maintain appropriate distances at all times. Temperature checks will happen at the door, every day. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will need to go home.


2) Masks will be required at all times, with the exception of drinking water (which campers must bring from home...each should have their own water bottle)


3) All of our regular class procedures will be in place during the structured class activities, including masks, physical distancing, out door hand washing station, use of hand sanitizer, and no peanut products for lunch or snacks, etc.


4) Each participant will get a personal basket for the week, that will hold their art supplies and will not be shared with other students as we would usually do. Their personal folders, (Campers get to design a folder with their name on it where they keep all of their drawings for the week)  At the end of the week, staff will wipe down all of the baskets, markers, crayons, etc. with disinfecting wipes and they will be left out to dry over the weekend. Staff will hand out drawing paper individually.


5) Some afternoons, weather permitting, may include some outdoor activities.


6) Campers will be required to bring their own water bottles as we will not be allowing anyone to use the water fountains at the studio. (We will be suggesting a minimum of 1-2, depending on size, for the afternoon)


7) For students who like to read, we encourage the bringing of books from home as we are not currently putting books out for students to share.

8) Each camper should bring a bag or backpack that can hold all of their personal items.

9) All campers/parents of camper must have signed the Covid-19 agreement regarding compliance with our safety protocols.