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MAR 1, 2024 - Looking for the perfect summer activity for your child that will engage your child’s mind and creativity? Midland Center for the Arts offers summer camps in a variety of areas for grades pre-K through 8th! Explore week-long camps with subjects such as nature and sustainability, STEM, drawing, music, dancing, acting, improv, and more. Discover camps and register at

Returning camps include Jr. Wizard Academy, American Girl Diaries, Superhero’s On Stage, Intro to Improv, Piano Camp, and Mini Monet. New camps join the lineup this year as well, such as Boogie and Beat, a rhythm-based camp for grades 1-2. Or try Camp Olympian for grades 3-5, based on the Rick Riordan bestselling series. Another new offering for grades 3-5 is LEGO Legends, where master builders will learn the steps of invention while making their own LEGO creations! Registrations opened on February 26 with great success. If students register before March 18, a $10 discount will be applied for full-day camps and a $5 discount for half-day camps.

Summer camps traditionally fill up fast and registrations are first-come, first-served. Camps are offered in full and half-day experiences depending on the individual camp. Full-day camps include a 1-hour supervised lunch break between noon and 1 PM. Lunches must be provided by campers and we ask that they are nut-free. Snacks are provided during the day but may not meet all dietary restrictions. The Art From the Heart Scholarship fund is available to help families with registration fees, covering up to 50%. Scholarships are limited and applications are viewed in the order they’re received, so early applications are recommended! Apply today at

Don’t miss these incredible summer learning opportunities. Whether they dream of being an astronaut, a Broadway actor, a photographer, or even a wizard, Midland Center for the Arts has a summer camp ready to meet their interests. Explore the summer camps and register at

Summer Camps at Midland Center for the Arts are sponsored by Fisher Companies.


Midland Center for the Arts is a cultural hub for the Great Lakes Bay Region and State of Michigan. Imagine a place where you can experience the best of art, science, history, music, theatre, dance, and film, all under one stunning roof. This vibrant and unique institution, housed within an architecturally significant building, is a haven for artists, students, historians, and audiences alike. With its impressive 1,500-seat auditorium, 400-seat theater, interactive museum of science and art, Midland County Historical Society, and Studio School art studios, the possibilities for entertainment and enrichment are endless. Ready to explore? Visit

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Alex Woody is the Public Relations Manager at Midland Center for the Arts. Telling the stories of artists, innovators, and modern-day explorers!

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