Dates for Mattie Rhodes Art Camp set

Northeast News
March 12, 2014

Make your child’s spring more artful with the help from those at the Mattie Rhodes Center.

For four days, March 18-21, classes will be available for children ages 5-12 years old. Every day, children will experience a different art theme. The camp, which runs from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. costs $35 per child per day and children can sign-up for one day or all four.

On Tuesday, March 18, the camp kicks off with “create a rainbow day.” On this day, everything created will be the color of the rainbow. Kids are advised to wear the shirt of their favorite color on this day.

On wild and wacky Wednesday, March 19, children will draw while upside down and paint with their fingers and toes, as well as other wacky activities.

Thursday, March 20, is crazy concoction day, as children will be tasked to create their own art experiments. On the last day of the camp, Friday, March 21, the center will hold a pillow and pajama party for the children. The week will end with a movie and popcorn as children are asked to come dressed in their most comfortable pajamas.

For more information or to register your child, call 816-221-2349.

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