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2020 Summer Camp Registration is Now Open!

2020 Summer Camp Registration is Now Open!
February 3, 2020 By: Molly Kilbridge, Manager of Community & Family Learning

2020 Summer Camp Registration is Now Open!

Sometimes the winter months can drag on. We here at the Frick are excited to start thinking about summer. Along with warmer weather and longer days, summer means time for camp! We are excited to announce our 2020 Summer Camp schedule. Registration is now open for our two weeks of camp. 

Our first camp is our Mini Camp, for children 4–6 years of age, on August 3–7, 2020. This will be a half-day camp with the option of a morning (9:00–11:30 AM) or afternoon (12:30–3:00 PM) session. Little kids with big imagination will have the chance to express their creativity with many opportunities to sing, make art, and explore the Frick! 

Our second camp is Art, History, Nature, for children entering grades 4–6, on August 10–14, 2020 from 9:00 AM–3:00 PM each day. Campers will enjoy a week filled with artmaking, including printmaking, painting, and ceramics, using a variety of materials. Campers will have the chance to explore all three of the Frick’s museums and the grounds. Pre- and post-camp care are available.

Please visit our Summer Camp page for more information and to register. We cannot wait for summer fun!
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