Summer Fun • JULY 2021
There is no doubt that we are all ready to escape the confines of the pandemic - to meet up with friends and have a little fun. Mark your calendar to bring some friends and join us in socializing, listening to music, doing a little impromptu painting, or just running around the field!
Camps & Classes
Summer Theater

Our new theater intensive happens for two weeks, starting next week (July 5) for ages 10 - 14.

Registration is still open for a few remaining spots!

Each day will be filled with theater games, physical warm-ups, rehearsal, and stage combat. If you know someone interested in swords, dragons, and creating characters, then this is the program for them!
Summer Camp

Ceramics, painting, tie dye, and running around in the field - it is JUST the tonic that kids need after this past year.

Registration is ongoing for ages 5 - 12.
Summer Classes

Find afternoon creative outlets for teens and tweens in ceramics, painting, photography and illustration.

Registration and course details can be found online.
Adult ceramics classes, and open studio time for more experienced students begins July 12 - August 27.

Registration and session details can be found online.
Stay tuned as fall registration for theater, ceramics, and visual arts opens later in July! Email us with any questions.
Back by popular demand: Kickboxing Cellist Masterclass, happening July 14, and again on July 18.

For more information and registration, please email Cameron Sawzin
Please continue to wear masks in public areas inside the arts center (such as hallways and restrooms). This helps us to protect the unvaccinated youth and adults who take classes here.

When waiting for someone, please also choose to wait outdoors when possible. We have new picnic tables and Adirondack chairs in the front lawn, and benches and picnic tables behind the building.
Community Art
Flip Flop Art Showcase

Decorated flip flops are beginning to emerge downtown. Many thanks to campers here, and to local artists for their contributions - we can't wait to see how the display grows this month! Thanks too to our hosts at Eyelook Optical, Michelson Shoes, JackRabbit Running Store, MiniLuxe, Verizon, and Avenue Deli, and for the exhibit space.
Anyone who would like to participate can find out more online.
Go OutDoors Show

The Arts Council has organized 16 recycled doors decoratively painted by regional artists. The "Go OutDoors" show is up now throughout the summer. Four of the doors are located along the bike path between the Visitors' Center and Hancock Street, and another eight between Cary Hall and Fletcher Avenue. There are four doors painted by LHS students and installed on the high school grounds along Worthen Ave.
The arts make everything better.
Your support fuels this. Thank you!
Thank you to our sponsors who have helped to support our community programming and capacity building this spring.