ATLANTA PUBLIC LIBRARY
- YOGA at the Library and ZUMBA at Union Hall. Call the Library for information about classes. 217-648-2112
KIDS PROGRAM - SUMMER ARTS CAMP - REGISTER NOW!
All are Sponsored by the Illinois Prairie Community Foundation Mirza Arts and Culture Fund
VISUAL ARTS CAMP - JUNE 10-14, 2019
Visitors Welcome Center, 114 Arch Street
Grades K-2 daily 1:00-2:30 PM
Grades 3-5 daily 9-11:30 AM
Gallery Show June 14, 6:30 PM at Union Hall Visitors Welcome Center, 114 Arch Street
Everyone loves Eric Carle’s beautifully illustrated children’s books. This summer join Olympia High School art teacher, Sandra Pitcher to explore Eric Carle painted paper collages, DaVinci proportional portraits, Greek story vases, Andy Warhol printmaking, book-making and more!
To participate, students must have finished one of the grades listed above. Registration forms may be picked up at the library. Please return the form with payment to the Library no later than May 31. Camp fills up early, so don’t delay.
SUMMER THEATRE CAMP - JUNE 13-21, 2019
The Loft at Union Hall, 114 Arch Street (upstairs)
Jean Kerr and her Illinois Wesleyan team are back, and they will be joined by dancer Rashann Ford from Lincoln College for a full-length production of PANDORA’S BOX. We all know the famous story of how a curious Pandora opened a forbidden box and sent all kinds of disruption into the world! In this production you’ll meet Zeus, Pandora, Hermes, Arachne, Prometheus, Icarus, and many more as the gods and humans struggle to control chaos in the world.
Our format is a little different this year. We will meet for seven days instead of five since we are doing a full play. Younger children (grades 1-3) will meet from 9:30-11:00 AM on June 13, 14 and from 9:30-11:00 AM June 17-21.
This year we are opening the older camps THROUGH 8TH GRADE, and kids from 4th through 8th grade will meet from 1:00-3:00 PM on June 13, 14 and from 10:30-1:00 PM from June 17-21.
Our performance will be at 6:30 PM on June 21 in the Loft at Union Hall.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a full play, participants must commit to being at every session since parts will not be interchangeable. If someone is not there, the work of the company is jeopardized!
To participate, students must have finished one of the grades listed above. Pick up the registration form at the Library. Please return the registration form with payment to the Library no later than May 31. Camp fills up early, so don’t delay.
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