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Gallo Center’s Summer Camp Creation Station Returns This Summer

Creation Station

Creation Station, the Gallo Center’s summer camp for students, is returning for its third year this summer with a theme of “Lights, Camera, Action!”   As in prior years there will be separate Art and Music camps, but there’s a new wrinkle for 2015. The camps now will take place in the same week, June 8 – 12, allowing students to attend either a single camp of Art or Music, or a full day of both camps.

Students attending both morning and afternoon camps can bring a brown bag lunch and will be supervised by Gallo Center staff, plus enjoy entertainment.

The cost per child for one camp is $175 with supplies, snacks, beverages and a Creation Station t-shirt included. Scholarships are available. Complete details about the camps, registration forms and scholarship details are available at GalloArts.org/CreationStation. The week will culminate with a combined art show, musical performance and reception for parents, family and friends on Friday evening.

Creation Station Music Camp Details
Debbie One, Coordinator

Morning Session, 9am-12pm: Students entering grades 1-2 in Fall 2015
Afternoon Session, 1pm-4pm: Students entering grades 3-6 in Fall 2015

Take your place on the movie set of our mini musical revue, Lights, Camera, Action! This revue features songs from popular children’s movies including: Mary Poppins, Sponge Bob Square Pants, Willy Wonka, The Little Mermaid, Toy Story, Lion King, Frozen and more. The kids will be singing, dancing and narrating in this fun filled mini revue.  As part of the revue, the kids will prepare and perform a rhythmic percussion ensemble in the STOMP style using objects from everyday use and/or recycled materials.

Creation Station Art Camp Details
Cheri Lloyd, Coordinator

Morning Session, 9am-12pm: Students entering grades 3-6 in Fall 2015
Afternoon Session, 1pm-4pm: Students entering grades 1-2 in Fall 2015

Ever wondered what it is like to be an animator? A photographer? A digital artist? This art camp is designed to bring out the entertainment artist in all! Campers will get creative making both studio art and digital art centered around their favorite movies and television. They also will make a pinhole camera, explore digital art at the computer lab at Stanislaus County Office of Education, and other “entertaining” artworks!

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