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summer camp 22

 The 2023 camp schedule will be released in February 

Summer Art Camps are coming to Lansdale!

Camps for children age 6 to 10 and 11 to 14


Camp cost

  • Half Day session $230 per child per week (multiple sessions/siblings $215)

  • Each session will be held onsite in the center


At this time masking is mandatory in the center, covid precautions will be updated prior to the start of camp and established based on current conditions and federal, state and local guidelines.

Age 6 to 10

Morning sessions 9 am - noon

Age 11 to 14

Afternoon sessions from 1 to 4 pm

Additional Details:

Days will include free-style creative time, a chance to chill, art projects (of course), and lots of summer silliness.

A 20% deposit is required to reserve your space.

Pick-up & Drop-offs:

AM Session:

Drop off at 8:45, Pickup at Noon

AM session campers can eat lunch here (bagged lunches brought from home) and be picked up by 12:45 pm.

PM Session: 

Drop offs at 12 :45, Pick up by 4:15 pm

PM session campers may come at noon and each lunch here (bagged lunch brought from home) 

What do campers need to bring:
A snack for each session and a water bottle. 

Some weeks we may ask for camper to bring some found items for projects. Campers and parents will be notified before the week starts. 

Cancellations more than 2 weeks prior to your registered week will result in a full refund less a $25 fee. 

Refunds will not be given for cancellations made less than 2 weeks prior to your registered week.

Transfers will be permitted if space is available for a fee of $25.  The deadline for transfer requests is 10 days prior to your registered week.

Spaces are not confirmed until your deposit is received.


Covid Precautions:

Masking requirements will be determined weekly based on infection rates and guidance from the federal, state and local authorities. We tend to err on the side of caution for the health of our campers, instructors and community, and the sustainability of our center. Like you, we are hoping for a summer of low infection rates.

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