Drama Kids International of Tucson: Camp Hollywood
Description: Campers will walk the red carpet into a week filled with Hollywood themed theater activities, games, and arts & crafts. Combine this morning session with our Rockstartopia afternoon session for a full day experience and a HUGE discount! *Campers need to wear close-toed shoes, and bring a snack and water bottle. For full day, two snacks and a lunch.
Dates: July 13-17
Hours: 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Where: Christ Lutheren Vail Church
Address: 14600 Colossal Cave Rd
Cost: $99. per week
Organization: Drama Kids International of Tucson
Registration website: dramakids.com
Registration deadline: July 12, 2020
Is the registration fee refundable? No registration fee
Camp days offered: Half-day, Full day
Maximum attendees: 15
Is lunch offered? No
Extended days offered: Yes
Discounts: Combine this session with our Rockstartopia afternoon session and get full day camp for only $159!
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