2020 Summer Camps: Refreshed, Revamped … and Ready to Create!
Our 2.0 line-up includes a mix of virtual and outdoor live-instruction camps suitable for 2-16-year-olds.
The SCA is a longstanding community favorite for summer enrichment and exploration. The Art Center’s mission of “inspirational education” calls us to engage children socially and academically; our creative camp experiences are designed to do just that.
The SCA has revamped our 2020 summer programming to align with local, state, and CDC guidelines to provide a safe, play-based learning experience for our youngest campers.
While camps will operate differently this year to ensure camper and instructor health and safety, we promise they will still be playful, fun, creative and original! Our offerings include an opportunity for your child to explore nature, their feelings and the world around them!
For those families who registered for camps pre-COVID, we will be refunding your purchases beginning next week (6-8).
At this time, our 2.0 Summer Camp season is slated for June 29 – August 15.
Here are a few details about how we’ll be doing our part to keep people healthy:
- Limiting the number of campers in each camp for social distancing
- Hosting all of our live camps in an open-air classroom setting
- Following State guidelines on safety and cleanliness
- Requiring caregivers to wear masks during pick up/drop off and encouraging all campers to wear masks
- Campers will not share supplies
- Providing pre-packaged snacks
BROWSE OUR REVISED 2.0 SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULE BELOW:
The SCA family is eager to see and serve your family in our new open-air classroom spaces, and virtually in our online learning platforms. Wishing you a memorable, healthy summer from all of us at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts!
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All live-instruction camps are dependent on State guidelines. Should the State “dial back” gathering guidelines in the future we will comply. If this should happen, all impacted classes would be cancelled; patrons would receive e-notification and be refunded.)
To learn more about the SCA’s plans to facilitate safe and creative camps this summer please visit sc4a.org/classes-programs