Due to the current health situation we are closing registration for our 2020 Summer Camps. As we get closer to summer we will contact any campers who have registered already.

2020 Dates: July 13 – August 7
Ages & Rates: 8-10 $350 / Ages 11-15 $400
Program runs: Monday – Friday 10am-2:30pm

For more info: Paul Cambardella at pcambardella@garfieldcenter.org

Final Production Dates: Friday, August 7 @ 7pm, Saturday, August 8 @ 7pm, Sunday, August 9 @ 2pm
$5 suggested donation

Our 2020 Production:

Playmaker’s Summer Camp is a four-week program where children come together to put on a play. Over the course of the program, the students are immersed in all aspects of the production: line memorization and blocking, scenery design and construction, costume creation, and technical skills like lighting and sound. Their hard work culminates with three performances that are open to the public. Outside the scope of production, Playmakers also work together on activities that require teamwork, hone social skills, foster self-awareness, and nurture creative problem-solving.

Hedgelawn Performance Series: Thanks to generous support from the Hedgelawn Foundation, and in memoriam of beloved Garfield Center Board Member Judy Kohl, Playmakers campers are introduced to a variety of theatrical arts three free exciting multi-cultural performances. After each performance ends, the campers have the opportunity to interact directly with the professional artists. The multi-cultural performances are open to the public, so friends and family may attend, too. Tickets are $5 for non-Playmakers.

 

2020 Dates: July 6 -10
Ages & Rates: 8-15 $200
Program runs: Monday – Friday 9am-3:30pm

 

Program Director: Jodi Bortz, musicmakers@garfieldcenter.org

Final Production Date: Friday, July 10 @ 7pm
$5 suggested donation

We are changing up our summer music camp offering this year! Camp will run Monday through Friday 9a.m. to 3:30p.m. and culminate in a performance on Friday evening.

Musicmakers will focus on music as a creative and expressive outlet. Participants will be exploring song writing, movement, sound, rhythm,, art and creative play as they bring their own ideas to life. The week-long camp will provide structure, inspiration, and support for children to create music for the stage. At the end of the week the children will give a performance that includes works of their own creation.


Youth programming is supported in part by funding from: 
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