It's with great excitement that we share with you our Summer 2015 schedule and announce that our registration is open for many of our locations.
We know as summer creeps closer that many parents like you are trying to schedule their child's activities during the months schools are closed. We are grateful to be a consideration for you and wanted to share a few notes about our summer camps that we thought you might find useful.
1. Craft your child's summer! Our camps are built almost entirely on weekly sessions. This means you can choose as little or as many weeks as the program is offered in your area. This make scheduling your child's summer that much easier. Our only minimum is that there be a full 1-week commitment! It's that simple.
2. BYOH - Bring your own hands! Your child only needs a few things for our camps - an open mind, a set of hands, a lunch and a snack. We've got everything else covered for you and them. Your child doesn't need any previous experience because we've hired trained artists and educators that have extensive knowledge on how to teach these crafting skills to children.
3. Do you need extended day care? Many of the schools and partnerships that host our programming offer these services so that your children have a safe and fun place to hang out while you wrap up your day. Each location page will indicate if extended day care is offered.