Now Accepting Enrollments: Children's Summer Art Camp

Now Accepting Enrollments
Children's Summer Art Camp

We're now accepting enrollments for our popular children's Summer Art Camp at Doub's Woods in Hagerstown. If you know of children who would benefit from this excellent arts experience, please make sure their parents or caregivers know about it!
This high-quality, intensive, multidisciplinary Art Camp is produced in conjunction with the Washington County Recreation and Parks Department. During the coming summer, participants will enjoy art-filled days at the Arts Pavilion in beautiful Doub's Woods. Children will receive instruction in drawing, painting, sculpting, movement, music and drama (plus some fun crafts!) from outstanding artists and professional teachers. Our low teacher/student ratio is designed to ensure that each child has the best possible-and most enjoyable-educational experience.
Full day Art Camp is intended for elementary school level children, ages 6 to 12. Morning half-day sessions are designed specially for kindergartners, ages 5-6.
Snacks and cool water will be provided; however, students enrolled in the full-day program must bring a packed lunch (nonperishable) each day.
Details about schedules and enrollment fees are on the enrollment form available at www.washingtoncountyarts.com/2008childForm.doc
We suggest you apply early, because enrollments are limited.
Note that if your family is a member of the Arts Council, you can give this wonderful experience to the children in your life at a 20% discount. If you're not currently a member you can find the Membership Enrollment Form for you and/or your business at www.washingtoncountyarts.com/membershipApplication.doc.
If you are the employee of a Business Member, you receive a reduction in enrollment of 10%, directly because of the generosity of your employer!
If you need further information, or assistance with completing your enrollment form, please don't hesitate to contact the Washington County Arts Council, 14 West Washington St., Hagerstown, MD, 301-791 -3132. Or send an email to kevinm@washingtoncountyarts.com