8:30am-3pm or 5:15pm
Taught by Mary Fitzgerald with special guest teachers!
Register your child for a week of creativity at ONE Arts or select the days you need! We will spend our days making sculptures, painting, practicing drama, story telling, dancing, and having a lot of adventures. Each week of creative camp will feature new activities, themes, and special guest teachers including local musicians and artists! These are days focused on fun, and all the different ways an artist can express themselves. We’ll get outside and head to a playground after lunch (weather permitting)! Extend care to 5:15pm for an additional $20 per child! Please pack lunch. Snacks will be provided. After signing up here, please fill out the online registration form to provide us with important allergy and emergency information for your child. If signing up for a full week, select the Monday from the pull down menu when buying your tickets, or just the days you need!
Daily: $60 per child, $50 for Members, and $30 siblings
Weekly: $250, $150 for siblings
Extended care available for an additional $20 per day, $10 siblings
Only 12 slots available!
June 29th – July 3rd
July 6th – 10th
July 13th – 17th
July 20 – 24th
July 27th – 31st
August 3rd – 7th
August 10th – 14th
Mary Fitzgerald is a twenty-one year old student from St.Johnsbury, Vermont. She moved to Burlington last fall to begin taking classes and working after two years filled with various travel and work experiences. In the spring of 2013, Mary flew to Panama to work with a team of interns in the small village of San Miguel. While there, Mary taught ESL to K-5th graders and ran an after school art program with the same grades. In previous summers, Mary has also worked with many different age groups of children in a summer day-camp. Next fall, Mary plans to major in art education to further her dream of becoming an art teacher. Nothing excites her more then crafts and art work! When Mary is not in school or working, you can usually find her at her home with her two golden retrievers. She has the biggest soft spot for animals, children, and candy! Mary’s favorite place to bring her dogs is Dog Mountain, in St.Johnsbury, and she brings them hiking there whenever she gets the chance. Mary loves any opportunity she has has to combine art and the outdoors. Putting her two favorite things together and teaching it to a younger generation could not be more satisfying to her! Mary looks forward to this summer with fresh faces, new crafts, and lots of fun!