Summer Camps at Trinity
Wizard of Oz Musical Theatre Camp
9:00am - 3:00pm.
$175/child or $165/add'l child.
Children will work with professional performers from BAM Entertainment to stage a mini-musical. This year they will learn songs, choreography and simple circus skills to put on a modified version of The Wizard of Oz. Campers should wear comfortable clothes they can move in (and layers are a good idea as they'll warm up while moving), bring a bottle of water, and a sack lunch and drink. The performance will be Friday, June 7th at 2:00pm.
“Aslan on the Move” Narnia-themed Vacation Bible School (up to 10 years)
9:00am - 12:00pm.
$15/child or $40/family,
includes t-shirt, crafts and snacks.
Join us as we explore the World of Narnia with themes of Deep Magic, God in the World, and Temptation. We'll learn all about how God's Love transforms us and that we can find light in the darkness. Check-in and out on the Playground. Late Check-in in the Great Hall.
Please note: children must be five (5) by the first day of VBS. Younger children may attend but must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older. Children attending with Growing Kidz Child Development Center are considered accompanied by an adult. Growing Kidz children will check in and out at the Child Development Center.
BAM Entertainment Acting Camp
1:00pm - 3:00pm.
$75/child or $65/add’l child
Make it a full day by combining VBS and Acting Camp. Professional actor, Chris Middlebrook, will work with campers on character development, projection and improv in this high energy and super fun acting class. With games like "Yes, and...", "The Brain" and others, this camp is a perennial favorite!
Combine Vacation Bible School and Acting Camp for full-day camp fun!
Please complete and submit the above registration form before payment. The registration form may not be visible on some mobile devices.
You do not need to have a paypal account and may use a credit card to make payment. Please mention the child's name and which camps you are paying for.
Please note the window you are directed to will say "donation" but this is not a tax deductible gift, and will not be registered as such by Trinity. You can, however, claim tax relief for child care if you are eligible. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this format allows us to keep camp costs down, rather than paying for in-site payment formats. Thank you for understanding!
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