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CREATIVE SUMMER PROGRAMS

Here's to keep everybody posted about our 'Creative Summer Camp' during this month of May.
I have been working on compiling a great range of exciting activities for all our groups. Children will explore diverse themes and art media, which help them to focus on the creative process and develop their imagination and creativity.
 In other words, this will give them hands on art making experience, which is active, stimulating and tons of fun! All supplies are included. Children will have to carry snacks and a water bottle.
You may contact us if you have children who'd love to join as we explore, create & learn.


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