“We created the MCAW Summer Camp programs to cater to parent’s busy schedules and children’s desires to do something fun during the summer months,” explains MCAW Director Jane Shatz. “Our campers become problem solvers, nurturing their talents, discovering hidden capabilities, exploring new skills, and participating in fun activities in a friendly, non-competitive environment. We have campers every year tell us they never knew they could dance, paint, build a structure, or play in a Rock Band. It’s a wonderful experience and we look forward to another exciting summer.”
MCAW Summer Camp is open to children from Pre-K through 15 years of age. Offerings differ in the Chester and Mendham locations, and some include swimming and weekly field trips. For additional information on the MCAW Summer Camp schedules, availability and to registration, please visit www.mcartsworkshop.com.
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About the Morris County Arts Workshop
Founded in 2003 by Jane Shatz, a Juilliard School of Music dance alumna and Chester resident, the Morris County Arts Workshop (MCAW) is a non-profit group created to nurture and promote the love for the arts in children of all ages. The program is community based and offers a wide variety of classes from musical instrument lessons to voice to painting to yoga to language and martial arts. Classes are currently held in Chester and Mendham public schools. There are two sessions per year which culminate with a special Showcase performance and art display in the fall and spring. In addition, MCAW runs five weeks of summer camp for pre-kindergarten to age 15. For additional information and class schedules, please visit www.mcartsworkshop.com.