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Registration opens for First Coast Cultural Center summer art camps and adult classes
First Coast Cultural Center launches its summer activities season with new programs to support the nonprofit including Summer 2023 Imagination Vacation Weekly Art Camps and Alhambra Theatre Camp.
By: First Coast Cultural Center
Summer camp includes arts and crafts with watercolors, drawing, collage, and novelty crafts featuring slime or clay, with completed art projects to bring home. Also, music, yoga, story time, drama, and culinary activities with specialized instructors will be offered. Weekly themes include Fairytale Land, Camp Dinosaur, Enchanted Forest, Making Magic, Merry Monsters, Under the Sea, Adventures in Time Travel, Candy Land, If I were a Superhero, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, and Culinary Camp for specific age groups.
The Summer 2023 Alhambra Theatre Camp will be held for aspiring actors and those who want to experience the theater for children ages eight through 17. The camp will be held at Alhambra Theatre, 12000 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville, Fla. on Monday through Friday starting June 12 until June 23 at 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. A final performance of the selected production, "Princess Whatsername,"
First Coast Cultural Center is also offering adult art classes starting in March including a one-day "Nature Journaling" class instructed by Elaine Bergstrom, and a six-week Van Gogh inspired watercolor series with Charlotte Chastain. Additionally, an eight-week watercolor and gouache class will be taught by Bergstrom. Visit the website at https://firstcoastculturalcenter.org/
For more information about registration, costs for summer camps, classes, and Alhambra Theatre Camp, contact Toni Thomas at email@example.com or call 904-280-0614 ext. 1206. Visit the website at https://firstcoastculturalcenter.org. Camp programs are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.
(904) 280-0614, ext. 1201