Theater and Music Class Schedule


Fridays are for Tots: Multi-Arts Mornings for Little Minds
for ages 3-5
5 weeks beginning Mar. 22
1 class: $30 (or $27 for donors)
2 classes: $56 (or $50 for donors)
3 classes: $78 (or $70 for donors)

Preregistration and prepayment required.

Preschool Music with Kimberly Godfrey
Fridays, 9:30-10 a.m.
As a start to a lifelong love of music, children will sing songs, play musical games, and more as we work to develop listening, social, and pre-reading skills.

Preschool Art Expression with Nancy Mitchell
Fridays, 10:05-10:45 a.m.
Children will explore the tools and materials used in making art, learning to make connections between their projects and stories, ideas, and the seasons. We’ll create with paint, paper, scissors, glue, and lots of other fun materials, learning about the proper care and use of materials. Dress for a mess!

Preschool Drama with Kimberly Godfrey
Fridays, 10:50-11:20 a.m.
This class focuses on using movement and imagination, and working with others. We will create and tell stories as we explore the world of acting.


Summer Multi-Arts Camp: It’s a Jungle Out There!
for grades 1-6
Monday-Friday July 1-19
(No camp on July 4.)
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
$195 (or $175 for donors)

Kids will learn music, choreography, and acting roles for the production of It’s a Jungle Out There!, and will create their own colorful costumes, props, and set pieces, too! Multi-Arts Camp culminates with a presentation of It’s a Jungle Out There! for family and friends in Straw Hat Theatre on July 19 at 10 a.m. First-time participants are welcome – no artistic or theatrical experience needed! Summer Multi-Arts Camp is a great way for kids to try new activities, make new friends, and use minds, bodies, and voices to create something special.

All campers should bring packed lunches & water bottles every day, and should bring a white, 100% cotton T-shirt to the first day of camp for screen printing.

It’s a Jungle Out There!
King Leo has money, power and fame, but he still has not found happiness. His trusty servants, Spot and Stripes, begin a quest to find the key to happiness. Do the monkeys have the answer? Or maybe the hyenas? Perhaps the secret lies with the elephants.
Created by Mary Donnelly and George Strid