DPR July Camps

June 6-9

It's a Jungle
Join us as we learn about jungle animals, food from the jungle, and jungle related crafts. Each day will include singing, dancing, playing, reading, and making new friends. Must be potty trained.

Princess Party
This fun-filled week will include a large dress-up center with lots of costumes and dramatic play. We will make jewelry boxes, crowns, picture frames, and get ready for out end-of-the-camp tea party.

June 6-9

Adventures in Space
Join us in a theatre camp that is out of this world as we practice acting skills, crafts, and theatre games that will leave your child excited to come back for more. Campers will explore silly characters that can only be found in space, construct and paint scenery, create costumes, and rehearse a show to perform at the end of the week for family and friends.

June 6-9

Under the Sea - Go Go Clay
Come explore under the sea, creating unique works of clay art with an ocean theme --  blowfish, sharks, whales, mermaids, and more. Students will learn basic ceramics techniques such as coiling, pinching, slab building, and texturing.

June 13-17

Experiment with Science - Instructor Debbie Davidson
Come and play with great experiments! Compete in an egg toss and egg drop contest, create your own bouncy balls, and launch a reaction rocket. These activities will help participants learn about models, demonstrations and true science experiments. Plants, animals, physics, chemistry, and art will all be covered

Jewels of the Nile - Instructor Selina Sprinkle
Join us for a fun-filled week of things that sparkle! Participants will create their own necklaces, bracelets, and earrings styled after Moroccan, Native American, and Mexican culture. There will also be face painting to accompany the traditional jewelry.

Creative Native Crafts and Culture
Explore the traditions of Native American heritage and learn how to make dream catchers, headdresses, vests, and more. 

Ghosts, Smelly Socks, and Other Scary Things - Young Writers Academy
Together, we will read kid friendly scary stories, and then will help you to create your own ghoulish characters. You'll come up with an exciting plot and a spooky setting. By the end, you'll have your very own illustrated story to frighten your family and friends around the campfire.

Basketball Camp - Age 5-8

Campers will learn to improve their fundamental skills of basketball, such as passing, dribbling, shooting, defending, and rebounding. Each participant will need to bring athletic shoes, water, and a snack.

Cooking for Teens and Tweens

This cooking camp provides young people with basic cooking skills that inspire self-efficiency and self-confidence. All campers will walk away with the ability to duplicate recipes in their own homes. Bring your own beverage.

Contact Us

For more information, visit us online at www.townofdavidson.org/dpr
or call us at 704-892-3349.
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