LEAF offers summer Camp for first time

Here’s the information from LEAF Schools & Streets via a press release:

LEAF Schools & Streets and Asheville Parks & Recreation Present
LEAF Summer Camp!

Asheville, N.C. –This summer, July 21-25, 2014, LEAF Schools & Streets and Asheville Parks & Recreation are thrilled to present the first ever LEAF Summer Camp! LEAF Camp welcomes all rising first through fifth graders for a week full of daytime adventures through creative and performing arts.

Kids will step into the magical world of LEAF in a week of fun activities. LEAF Summer Camp will re-create the beloved festival experience for kids as they participate in dance workshops, healing arts, face painting, drumming workshops, hula hooping, costuming, performances and much, more! LEAF Camp is extremely affordable for all families, with price tiers designed to respect different families’ financial situations.

During LEAF Camp, kids will learn about global cultures, friendship and performing arts! Kids will transform into performing superstars by the end of the week, with a final performance for families and community members on Friday. LEAF Camp is open to youth from communities all over Asheville and Buncombe County.

The camp will run during the week of July 21 through 25, 8:30am-5:30pm at the Dr. Wesley Grant Sr., Southside Center, located at 285 Livingston Street, Asheville, NC, 28801. LEAF Camp is only being offered for one week this upcoming summer, and registration will be capped at 60 youth, so be sure to register today! More information and to register online, please visit: http://theleaf.org/index.php/schoolsstreets/leaf-summer-camp

Youth currently enrolled in Asheville City Parks & Recreation programs should contact Allison Dains at (828) 251-4081, or adains@ashevillenc.gov for more information on registration.

For youth not currently enrolled in Asheville City Parks & Recreation programs, please contact Emma Harver at emmah@theLEAF.org or call 828-686-8742.


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