A vacation of imagination & inspiration: summer art camps for kids at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre

The perfect opportunity for kids to try things like printmaking, guitar, sewing, theatre, & sculpting

Turn your child’s summer into something truly inspiring and creative with the Chilliwack Cultural Centre’s Summer Art Camps for Kids. Take a break from summer boredom with the terrifically fun and wildly diverse classes offering a fantastic opportunity for your child to explore their creative side, and a flexible class schedule that is a great fit for those busy schedules.

Running from July 9 to Aug. 17, and filled with arts and crafts, clay, dance, sewing, music, and performance classes, the Summer Art Camps are the perfect fit for all kinds of young artists. Children can take an exciting adventure into the world of ceramics where they can get their hands dirty and bring things to life with clay.

Crafty kids have the perfect opportunity to try their hands at embroidery, sewing, knitting, photography, and printmaking; while the young musicians in your life can have pick up an instrument and learn the basic chords and melodies. With lots of different classes to pick and choose from, your kids not only have the chance to try new things but to also explore and learn more about the activities they’re already interested in

With the simple class schedule, the Summer Art Camps are an easy way to relieve the stress of busy parents. They will make your kids’ summer break something truly special, as they explore their creative side.

The camps will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. with supervised breaks, Monday to Friday, for six weeks between July 9 and Aug. 17. Each day is split into six 65-minute blocks, with two different classes for each age group. Choose one class per time slot, and your child will take part in that activity, at that time, for the full week. Sign up for a single class, two per day, or for a full day of fun and creativity for the week.

Each class costs $37.50. Registering for a class means your child will participate in that activity at that time from Monday to Friday, meaning they get five fantastic and creative sessions for just $37.50. The shorter week five camps will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. with supervised breaks, between Aug. 7 and 10. Each class within the shorter week costs $30, and your child will be registered to participate in that class from Tuesday to Friday.

The Centre’s Summer Art Camps! are available for kids aged 5 to 11, and with sessions broken into categories for 5 to 7 and 8- to 11-years-olds, your kid will get the perfect art experience catered to their age.

The Summer Art Camps brochure is now available. To learn more about class schedules, descriptions, registration and more contact The Centre Box Office at 604-391-SHOW(7469) and ask to have one mailed to you, drop by The Centre and pick up one up or visit www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca.

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