In its second year, the camp has been specifically designed by Neuman to excite and inspire all children aged 8-12 and to challenge them intellectually and creatively. But while many children’s camps focus exclusively on either children with disabilities or those without them, this Camp takes a different approach—one that includes all children.
“Growing up as someone who was differently-
The spy-themed camp revolves around the completion of three ‘missions’
• a writing and imagination session with Neuman, the author of Ice Rose, a young adult spy novel featuring a differently-
• teamwork and problem-solving challenges hosted by Kazoodles, an Edmonton-based children’s musical theatre group;
• and a movement and dance workshop presented by iDANCE, the Edmonton dance company that focuses on accessibility and inclusiveness in dance.
For more information on the camp and the registration process, visit: http://www.alisonneuman.ca/
To book an interview contact:
Rachel Sentes, Publicist
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