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Explore Art, Science & History with Summer Camps at Midland Center for the Arts

It’s the start of spring, which can only mean that sunny days lounging by the pool, a barbeque with friends, and day trips to the zoo are just around the corner -- and for many families in Midland, it means an exciting week-long of exploration at Midland Center for the Arts for Summer Camps.

With nearly 50 offerings to choose from, Summer Camps at the Center allow students PreK – 8th grade to discover a talent they didn’t know they had, experiment, or improve on something they are passionate about. And for parents, camp allows their children students to build confidence and continue learning throughout the summer break to minimize any learning loss before returning to school in the fall.

“Summer Camps are the most fun time of year for us at the Center,” exclaimed Jennifer Kanyo, Midland Center’s Senior Director of Museums & Education. “The youth in our community are always so excited to think creatively and learn in our camps – but trust me, these camps are also extremely fun and themed around topics that will make your kids begging to come back the following week.”

Space is limited for each of the camp offerings and many have already sold out, so families are encouraged to enroll now before there are no spaces remaining. The Center continues to take precautionary measures to protect the spread of COVID-19 including limited classroom sizes, no interaction between other camp classrooms, and proper social distancing between campers in all spaces.

So, whether your young camper wants to experiment, read, dance, or paint – Midland Center for the Arts has a camp they would enjoy. Families can enroll today by visiting or by calling the Ticket Office at 989-631-8250. Camps are available for full day sessions 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., half day morning sessions 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., and half day afternoon sessions 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

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Josh Holliday

Josh Holliday

Josh Holliday is the former Director of Communications at Midland Center for the Arts. Telling the stories of artists, innovators and modern day explorers!

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