Art, science, sailing and more: Peninsula-area summer camps for each interest

April 15, 2018 - summer camp

Summer is fast coming and now is a time to start formulation ways to keep your kids bustling while they aren’t in school. Enrolling a child in a summer stay is an choice interjection to internal organizations charity camps that fit roughly each interest.

From art and song to history, animals or something else, here’s a list of summer camps function this year on a Peninsula.

Arts

Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center: Rising second- by ninth-graders can enroll in museum stay during Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center, 2410 Wickham Ave. in Newport News. The eight-week behaving humanities stay is themed to “The Lion King Experience” and includes educational opportunities in a areas of dance, music, acting, set pattern and dress design. The stay is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday with 50 spots available. No knowledge or try-out is required. Registration is $50 per week and contingency be finished by 4 p.m. Jun 9. Extended child caring will be charity for an additional cost. More info: downinggross.org or 757-247-8950.

Peninsula Fine Arts Center: The core offers nine weeks of art-focused summer camps weekly Jun 26-Aug. 31. The camps are open to ages 5-12. Early drop-off and late pick-up are accessible for an additional cost and half- or full-day camps are being offered. Prices operation from $125-$210. PFAC is located during 101 Museum Drive in Newport News. More info: pfac-va.org/summeratpfac or 757-596-8175.