Summer Arts Adventure
Weekly camps featuring games, art, dance, music, field trips, community service and more!
Imagine spending your summer days immersed in the cultural arts, building confidence and impacting your community. Fun camp themes combined with performance opportunities, community service projects, walks to local parks, and learning more about the community we live in will provide a unique experience for your child.
A low instructor/student ratio with qualified, professional instructors will ensure a personalized learning experience in a safe nurturing environment.
All lead counselors are safety verified (background checks) and CPR/First-Aid Certified.
Choose one or choose them all! It's always an adventure with AIDA Summer Arts Adventures!
Each week will feature games, movement, art, music and more.
Field trips/Guest Instructors TBA
Weekly walks to park and local business for ice cream
(Complete details below)
K-5 Please join the waitlist we make every effort to get you in.
June 12-16 Ocean Commotion
Explore the seven seas as a pirate! We’ll learn about the things that live in and around the ocean
June 19-23 On The Farm
Join us as we learn about farm life and take a trip to a real farm!
June 26-30 Heroes and Villains
Join us as we learn about notorious heroes and villains in the fictional world
July 10-14 To Infinity and Beyond
Explore our solar system as an astronaut!
July 17-21 Time Traveler
Kids will learn about years’ past and design what they think the future will look like
July 24-28 Wildlife Observer
Learn about the wildlife around us! We’ll have a wildlife rehabilitator/environmental educator come to help us learn!
July 31-Aug 4 Survivor
Learn about wilderness skills and teamwork with your friends!
Aug 7-11 DINOmite
Explore paleontology and dig for fossils with us!
Aug 14-18 World traveler
Learn about different countries and cultures around the globe
Aug 21-25 Movie Madness
Celebrate our last week of camp as we watch and learn about classic films
If choice camp is full, please join the waitlist and we will contact you.
We reserve the right to alter the themes as needed.
Activites will vary by age group.
How to Register
A ONE TIME $35 non-refundable annual summer camp registration fee per student is due when registering for the first class.
(Fee includes a t-shirt and money pouch (for when we go get ice cream)
*Please select this item under "optional fees" during registration for your first camp. Please select this only one time per child. It will apply to the entire summer even if you come back later to add camps.
REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE VALID UNTIL THIS FEE IS PAID
$25 non-refundable deposit per camp per student is also due with registration .
This fee will be due at registration per camp/student.
Balance will be auto-charged one week prior to camp date to the card you have on file.
Preschool Arts Adventure
Ages 4-Rising K
9:00-12:00 $125/week Extended Day 9:00-2:00 $175
Add early drop off at 8:00 am for $25/week.
*To register for extended day or early drop off, simply select this option during registration. You will need to select this option for each camp. Students must register for extended day or early drop for the full week.
K-5 Summer Arts Adventure
Rising 1st-6th grade
Late pick up 5:30 addition $15/week
*To register for late pickup, simply select this option during registration. You will need to select this option for each camp. Students must register for late pickup for the full week.
Registration is for the FULL week of camp.
Missed days are not transferrable or refundable.
Earn a discount of 10% per camp when you register for 3 or more camps in one transaction.
*Fees include all supplies and enrichment activities.
*Field trips may be an additional fee. (Most field trips will be free, stay in our area and will be related to the weekly theme). Van field trips are for 8-5 campers only.
*Once a week campers will walk downtown to get ice cream and go to the park. ALL campers will go on this walk. Students will need to bring $5/wk for ice cream. This can be brought the first day. Families often send campers doing multiple weeks with enough to last a few weeks. (Each camper will have their own pouch for money that is managed by the counselors)
*Daily activities include arts/crafts, music, games, outside time, and more!
*T-shirts will be worn to field trips (this includes downtown walks to local parks).
*Registered campers will receive an email each week with detailed instructions and a complete schedule.
What to bring each day
*Wear comfortable clothing, closed toe shoes
*Sunscreen and bug spray should be applied before arriving at camp
*No toys, electronics, etc. (this includes watches of any kind) should be brought to camp
*Water Bottle (Students who forget their water bottle will be charged $5 for a new reusable water bottle. This will be charged to the card on file)
*8-5:00 students need lunch, 2 snacks
*9:00-12 (1 snack) 9-2 (lunch, 1 snack)
(We recommend packing extra food as we don't keep much on site)
(We also recommend clearly marking/separating snacks and lunches. Especially for our younger students who aren't able to regulate food to have enough all day)
AIDA reserves the right to cancel camps without minimum registration.
In the event camp is canceled by AIDA, a refund will be given.
PLEASE NOTE AT THIS TIME PLEASE EMAIL TO FIND OUT IF A CAMP HAS AVAILABILITY. THANK YOU!