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WEEK 4 | June 20 - 24

To register, call Tony Phillips at (912) 259-9228!

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Dragons and Unicorns  

Come with us as we explore the magical worlds of Unicorns and Dragons. We’ll spend the week exploring where these mythical creatures live and what they like to do. We will make fun crafts, play exciting games and have yummy, themed snacks. 


Instructor: Michelle Nesmith 

Ages: 4-7

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location: Averitt Third-Floor Classroom

Painting for Gamers, Session 4

From Dungeons and Dragons to Risk to Warhammer, the world of tabletop games is filled with miniatures! In ‘Painting for Gamers’ we will be exploring the world of painting, and playing with, those miniatures. Campers will learn all about the basic principles (and some more advanced ones) of painting and how to apply them to any miniature they want. Campers will also get a chance to learn about and participate in all the different kinds of games that can be played with their miniatures. While miniatures, supplies and games will be provided, the first morning of camp will be spent taking a field trip to Galactic Comics and Games in downtown Statesboro where campers will get to pick out the paints and miniatures that they are most interested in. Please have your child bring their supply fee ($20) with them on the first day. All supplies purchased with the supply fee will be his/hers to keep at the conclusion of camp.

Instructor- Greg Hogan

Ages: 11-15

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Averitt Second-Floor Classroom

Supply fee: $20 cash

Maximum 15 students

Clay Adventures 1

The ultimate clay summer camp experience! Campers will have the opportunity to work in many different applications of clay and expand their imaginations! While working with clay in hand building sculpture, slab-work, and coil work, students will learn to work independently and collaboratively in a small-class setting with plenty of individual instruction. Campers are offered plenty of themes such as (Mythical Creatures, Safari, Ocean Exploration, Dinosaurs and much more!) and they can incorporate instruction for a variety of clay techniques with plenty of room for exploration! Campers will be working with real stoneware clay and glazes. They will decide on a project theme(s) for the session and explore these ideas through their projects. This will be a full week of fun and learning in clay!  Projects will be fired and ready for pickup two weeks after camp.

*Campers will finish the week with an average of 6-10 glazed stoneware pieces.


Instructor: Georgina Osuna-Diaz

Ages 6-13

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Roxie Remley 3-D Studio

Supply Fee: $15

Dance Intensive-Seniors
Intermediate or Advanced level (two years) for Ballet, Pre-Pointe, Modern/Lyrical, Character, Conditioning and Choreography


Instructor: Rebekah Carlisle, Emily Winn, Anne & Emma Lummus

Ages: 12 +
Time: 1-6 p.m.
Location: Grande Studio at 41 West Main

Lion King Kids (Week 4 and 5)

This camp is a two-week musical theater experience for young actors who love singing, dancing and acting. We will produce the 30-minute version of Disney’s The Lion King. Kids will learn about the many aspects of production including costumes, lighting and set design. This two-week camp will end with a fully-staged production for family and friends.

Special Tuition: $300 member, $350 non-member, $275 member early bird, $325 non-member early bird


Instructor:  Robert Cottle
Ages: 8-13
Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Whitaker Black Box Theater at 41 West Main

Supply fee: $50

Maximum of 21 campers