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Live Online summer Camps Have been postponed
Online programs will return Fall 2021
For 2021 we've brought Mr. D's Music Club award-winning summer camps online, so kids all over the country can experience the high energy, arts-based summer camps that keep kids moving, laughing, being creative and loving music, together! Here is how Live Online Camp works at Mr. D's:
4 Weeks of Camp
June 28 - June 2 - Non-Stop Pop
July 26 - 30 - Off to the Movies
August 9 - 13 - Flora & Fauna
August 16 - 20 - Home
Camps run 9:00am - 12:30pm PST
Read more about our camp philosophy.
What to expect
Campers will do singing, acting, dancing and art every day of camp.
Across the week they will have 4-5 hours in each art form with Professional Teaching artists!
Campers will be in small groups and work with the Teaching Artists and an assistance for a more community based experience.
Time to socialize is important and we see kids do it on Zoom all the time in our online classes, so time for this is built into each day
On Friday, the kids will have a showcase for families so they can share what they created. This is a showcase on Zoom, so be open to it being a little funky, super fun, likely hilarious and a special moment for each camper to shine.
Have questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to connect with you.
My daughter really enjoyed the singing part of the online club. She loved learning new songs. After her session, she'd be singing new tunes for days. She still does!
I am so impressed by your team's agility and ability to shift. My daughter was rapt, so something was working.
Sarah W., Oakland, CA - August 2020
This online program is really well organized and thoughtfully put together - my daughter comes away from every class energized and excited for the next session! Mr. D and his artists have an energy for music, performing and teaching kids that is really special.
Even by remote, they still find a way to meet kids where they are, and build a safe and supportive creative place for them to grow.
~ Brian W., Piedmont, CA, 2020
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