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Summer Camp 2017

Time: June 26, 2017 at 9am to August 11, 2017 at 4pm
Location: Arts in CT Corporation
Street: 64 Ridge Street
City/Town: Milford, CT 06460
Website or Map: http://www.artsinct.org
Phone: (203)936-8567
Event Type: summer, camp
Organized By: Barbara Alexander
Latest Activity: Jan 31

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Sign up now for Musical Theater Camp Sessions I-II
2 Locations and 1 Low Price!
June 26, 2017-July 21, 2017
July 24, 2017 -Aug 11, 2017
Scholarships are Available
Care 4 Kids Accepted!

If you’re ages 4 to 18 you are invited to join us for theater, art, music and dance!

Summer Theater camp will be running daily starting Session I (Show Choices- Madagascar or Willie Wonka)- June 26, 2017-July 21, 2017 (Show July 21)
Session II (Show Choices- Hairspray or Legally Blonde)- July 24, 2017 -Aug 11, 2017 (Show Aug 11)
Early Bird Special and Show Selection must be in by March 15. Times: 9:00am- 4:00pm.

It includes four classes (music, theater, art, dance (jazz, tap and ballet) for the campers- both indoor and outdoor and varies in level and age group. Sign up now because space is limited, so be sure to reserve yours today!

Arts in CT Corporation
64 Ridge Street
Milford, CT 06460
(203)936-8567
info@artsinct.org
www.artsinct.org

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