Tucson Girls Chorus - Shine! Performing Arts Summer Camp
Description: Want to shine? Sing, dance, and perform at the Shine! Performing Arts Camp from the Tucson Girls Chorus! Campers will have a blast learning pop and broadway songs as they prepare for a revue-style performance at the end of each week. This is an in-person camp with protocols in place. Space is limited, sign up today!
Boys and girls ages 6-12. June 7-11 and/or June 14-18 9am to 4pm at 4020 E River Rd. $267 per week with sibling, multi-week and early bird discounts. For more information, tucsongirlschorus.org/shine-summer-camp, firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-577-6064
Dates: June 7-11; June 14-18
Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Tucson Girls Chorus
Address: 4020 E River Rd
Cost: $267 per week
Organization: Tucson Girls Chorus
Registration deadline: June 1, 2021
Is the registration fee refundable? No registration fee
Camp days offered: Full day
Maximum attendees: 20
Is lunch offered? No
Extended days offered: Yes
Discounts: Multi-week, sibling, early registration
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