Registration is a WEEK away for Pine Camp Summer Camps (Registration opens Monday, May 2nd)!
Check out the info below – go to parksandrecreation.richmondgov.com to sign up. Feel free to message me with your email address to be put on our mailing list to stay up to date with all camp programing, too!
Pine Camp Arts And Recreation Summer Impact
Where: Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center 4901 Old Brook Road, Richmond VA 23227
When: Session 1: July 5 – July 15 Session 2: July 18 – July 29 Session 3: August 1 – August 12
Time: 9am – 4:30pm Before Care Option: 8am – 9am After Care Option: 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Cost: $100 per session, additional $20 for before care, and additional $20 for after care
Contact: Emily Dandridge email@example.com 804-646-36734
Details: Join us at Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center this summer for possibly one of the most well rounded summer experiences your camper could dream of! A collaboration between the City of Richmond’s Recreation and Cultural Arts department, campers will have a blast jumping into recreational activities like dodgeball, fencing, and James River excursions while also having the opportunity to take the stage and shine with theater, dance, music, and arts classes. Each camp session will culminate with a small performance of “The Jungle Book” and family field day!
Richmond’s Page to Stage Summer Theater Intensive
Where: Hickory Hill Community Center 3000 E. Belt Blvd, Richmond Va 23234
When: July 5 – August 12 *Camp Performance will be Sunday, August 14th *Attendance Required*
Ages: 13 – 18
Time: 10:30am – 4:30pm
Contact: Emily Dandridge firstname.lastname@example.org 804-646-3674
Details: Join us at Hickory Hill Community Center for the City of Richmond’s Page to Stage Theater Intensive! In collaboration with The New Theatre, and other local artistic partners, this summer intensive will offer teens a hands on, high quality, professional summer theater experience culminating in a final production of “Peter and the Starcatcher”, the Peter Pan origin story, at the Dogwood Dell Amphitheater. Through six weeks of training, campers will learn the ins and outs of putting on a full scale theater production – both on stage and behind the scenes- through collaboratively building every aspect of the show from the sets and costumes to the staging and dance.