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The 411: Youth


Camp Guadalupe begins June 11




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Camp Guadalupe will offer six weeks of camping adventure, starting Monday, June 11, and continuing until Friday, July 27. The campground location is Guadalupe Gallery, 723 S. Brazos St. in San Antonio.

Camp Guadalupe is a culturally rich summer camp for ages 8-12 years who want to explore their creativity, develop their artistic talent, and have fun! Each week offers experiences in creative writing, dance, music, media arts, theater arts, and visual arts.

The Camp Guadalupe Student Showcase will be held Sunday, July 29, with the final presentation of Camp Guadalupe students.

Tuition is $100 per week-long session, with daily lunch provided. Space is limited.

Registration is also available for Teen Arts Puentes Project, an arts program for youth ages 13-17 years that utilizes theater, visual arts, poetry, and film/video. Participants create artwork as they explore their vision and identity.

Summer classes are also available for all ages in dance, music, photography, karate, and visual arts.

For more information or to register, visit http://t.ymlp246.net/bhwbatajuqhataqanajwy/click.php or contact Phil Castillo at 210-271-3151, ext. 213, or Phil%20Castillo%20%28philipc@guadalupeculturalarts.org%29.
 

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