June 12 - August 13
June 12 - August 11
June 25 - August 19
Since 1967, Aspen Camp has provided Life-changing experiences to Deaf* children from around the world. These experiences include summer camp, winter camp, family camp, and more. You Camps are also available for local families and organizations to rent the campus and create their own unique, fun experience. Sign language classes and Deaf Culture leadership training available.
The fifth annual MBCCC Festival Summer Camp is open to students entering fourth through eighth grades. The camp will be run by professional music educators and choir directors, along with the AMFS Director of Education Katie Hone Wiltgen. Participating kids will have an opportunity to learn about vocal technique in a choir setting, sing a varied repertoire and perform a camp finale concert, attend AMFS rehearsals and observe closed rehearsals in the Aspen Opera Center, meet Festival guest artists, conductors, and students, and participate in fun acting, movement, and outdoor activities.
8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church with a performance on Friday at 4 p.m. (also at CEC)
One Week Program (either July 24-28 or July 31-August 4): $150 first child, $125 each additional child from same immediate family
An early childhood music education program for the youngest classical music fans! Sing Play Move’s curriculum is based in folk/world music, action and game songs, nursery rhymes, instrumental play, free/creative and guided movement, and simple composition.
Morning and afternoon options available for both infant and toddler class and preschool class.
Camp Cozy Point focuses on cultivating confident and responsible riders with a foundation in basic horsemanship. Our campers gain a well-rounded education on and off the horse in skill specific group riding lessons and in the barn -- learning basic veterinary care and general care for the horses and equipment.
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