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Sarah Jones

Art Classes with
SARAH JONES
All skill levels & ages welcome from 8 & up!
$125/per class
+ $35 one-time materials fee

SUMMER CAMPS
All Classes are 11 am – 4pm, Monday – Friday

Self Portraits Camp:    July 18-22**
(These dates have changed)

Water Color Flowers:  August 1 – 5


Summer Art Classes with Sarah Jones






FALL SEMESTER
(Dates TBA)
Fall registration fee applies,
but not materials fee if you have already made that payment

Drawing Fundamentals :  Tuesdays @ 4:00 pm
Water Color & Oil:  Saturdays @ 1:00pm

Register early & register here

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Cinderella Kids
Children’s Theatre Intensive
Directed & Choreographer by our Special Guest, Tommie Pietsch
Music Director:  Kyle Lindsey

General (13+) – $14
Seniors, Military, Children (under 13) – $12


Cinderella Kids Show Tickets






Synopsis:Poor Cinderella is endlessly mistreated by her wicked stepmother and stepsisters, and denied a chance to go to the royal ball. With a little help from her mice friends – and a lot of help from her Fairy Godmother – Cinderella’s dreams come true. She goes to the ball, meets the Prince and falls in love!

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A Theatrical Double Feature!
Join us Aug 5th, 6th, 13th, or 14th as we bring these 2 well-loved classic tales out of the pages and onto the stage
General Admission $14
Seniors, Military, Children (under 18) $12Jack & the Beanstalk
The story of Jack and the Beanstalk needs no introduction, but this version of the familiar folk tale introduces an assortment of characters guaranteed to delight the youngsters in your audience. Jack’s father has been kidnapped by the terrible giant who lives in the clouds. To save his family from starvation, Jack must sell their beloved cow, Buttercup; but ends up trading for a handful of beans. The beans are magic, of course… and sprout into a beanstalk which reaches into the sky. With the help of his good fairy, Frippery, Jack saves his father and destroys the evil giant.

Thumbelina
Once there was a girl no taller than a thumb, so she was called Thumbelina. Based on the classic tale by Hans Christian Andersen, this wonderfully imaginative production takes us into Thumbelina’s world, fraught with dangers for one so small. A water rat named Walter and an unpleasant family of toads are both determined to capture her. Plus, a grumpy old mole thinks she’ll make a fine companion in his gloomy house. If only Thumbelina can find Prince, the boy who promised to take her to the Land of the Little People, where she’ll be safe.

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Lego Robotics Camp!
Instructor:  Seam Crumley
Advisor:  Renee Phelps-Crumley
August 8th – 11th
Ages 9 – 12 years    9am – 12pm
Ages 13 – 15 years     12pm – 3pm
$150


Leog Camp






They get to build robots with legos!!  How much cooler can you get??

Register early & register here

Lunch is not included this year.

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