(SPONSORED) Summer Camps Guide 2020Sascha Blanchford finishes her popsicle while sitting on the cannon outside of the FILE PHOTO: Historic Dekalb County Courthouse during the Decatur Book Festival on Saturday. Photo: Jonathan Phillips
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Here are local summer camps and programs, both online and virtual in the Decatur area:
Color Wheel Studio Summer Camps Programs, June 1 – July 31
Nine-week program that is divided into one week sessions each devoted to a specific arts focus. Sessions include projects, walking field trips, and visits from guest artists – online and in-person.
Studio Fee: $325.00 per week
Hours: 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. (Extended hours are free)
For additional information, contact Cathy Spencer at 404-377-9801 or visit colorwheelstudio.com
Art Camp at the High Museum, June 8 – August 7
Young artists will explore the Museum’s galleries, create original artworks, and showcase their masterpieces in a special exhibition each week. Campers will learn about the Museum’s collection and special exhibitions while honing their skills in drawing, painting, and design.
Members: $300/week, Not-Yet-Members: $400/week
Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–4 p.m. (Aftercare is available as an add-on for late pickups until 6 p.m.)
Spruill Arts Summer Camp, June 22 – July 31
Summer programs are schedule to begin on a scaled down basis and with additional policies and safety measures enacted.
For more information check out spruillarts.org/youthclassesandcamps for a list of all the summer camp programs and pricing details.
MJCCA Summer Day Camps, June 29 – August 7
Small groups of 10 campers and 2 counselors, outdoors on 52-acre Zaban Park campus. Activities include boating, ropes course, fishing, swimming, archery, arts & crafts, and more.
$350 for members and $400 for the community per week
June 29 through August 7, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
For more details, visit mjccadaycamps.org/summerdays/