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Music In Our Lives (Ages 11-14)

$159

with Andrea Graves, Summer Kid's Camps

Calendar Jul 11, 2022 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

Join us to learn how music impacts our lives in so many ways in a four-day camp! We'll share our favorite artists, listen, create, and play pieces together!

Ages: 11-14

Location: CCC Lone Tree Campus

 

    Andrea Graves enjoys a blended career in performing arts and higher education teaching and administration at Northern Arizona University. Andrea is currently Coordinator for National & International Scholarships and Fellowships assisting all Lumberjacks in the application process for competitive awards such as Fulbright, Truman, Goldwater.

    Andrea is also Piccoloist and Section Flutist with the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Ponderosa Chamber Players, Duo Catalina, and the Verde Valley Sinfonietta.  As a Yamaha Performing Artist, she has performed throughout the United States, in Central America, and in the United Kingdom and presented numerous clinics for K-12 students. Her most recent scholarly activity includes High-Quality Connections: Coaching for Success in a New Age for the University of New Mexico Mentoring Institute Annual Conference (2020) and One Stop: A Holistic Path to Student Success for College and University, quarterly journal of the American Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers (Vol. 95 No. 3, 2020). Previous  music publications include Progress Press sheet music for alto flute and piano and  recordings for Crystal Records and Mark Moore Productions.  Previous faculty appointments include Western Illinois University, Texas Wesleyan University, and Interlochen Arts Camp.  She holds degrees from Texas Tech University (BM), The Juilliard School (MM), and The University of North Texas (DMA).  Her continuing education projects at Northern Arizona University include instruction for the First Year Experience Program course Making Major Decisions and certification in 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, Prosci ADKAR® Change Management, and the 2020 NAU University Leadership Program

Acting & Directing | Page Campus (Ages 14-18)

$119

with Rebecca Miller, Summer Kid's Camps

Calendar Jul 11, 2022 at 1 pm

NOTE: This class is at our CCC Page Campus.

Join us to learn the elements of acting and directing! Work in teams to develop scenes, act in them, direct, and present them in our four-day program! Materials, snacks, and camper t-shirt Included.

Ages: 14-18

Location: CCC Page Campus

Mrs. Miller graduated from college with a B. A. in Speech/Theatre and minor in English. She has taught drama and/or English in middle and high schools for over 35 years.  Outside of Sun Valley, Idaho, she was the lead teacher for the high school’s Performing Arts Academy.  In 2008, she moved to Page to run the Cultural Arts Building and teach at Page High School.  Mrs. Miller accepted a position with Tse’Yaato’ High School as a special education/English teacher where she has been since 2010.  Professionally, Mrs. Miller was on the board of a summer theatre in Southern Maine where she also acted and directed for 20 years. 

 

Optics (ages 6-11)

$129

with Lisa Joe, Summer Kid's Camps

Calendar Jul 18, 2022 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

Join us to explore the world of optics! Learn how the eyeball works, reflections, and create a pin-point camera in this four-day camp. Materials, snacks, and camper t-shirt included.

 

Location: CCC Lone Tree Campus

Ages: 6-11

Youth Gardening (Ages 6-11)

$169

with Lorie Cavalli, Summer Kid's Camps

Calendar Jul 25, 2022 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

Ever suck a bug to study insects or make mud pies to evaluate soil texture? Our campers will learn the process of establishing a thriving garden that is easy to create and maintain. We will engage in powerful garden and ecology-themed lessons to inspire learning through outdoor activities. Campers will gain a greater understanding and strengthen appreciation for the wildlife that is part of their local community and build components of wildlife gardening. Campers will be encouraged to continue learning about gardening in an upcoming Junior Master Gardener (JMG) Program, which covers a broad range of horticultural and environmental education topics. Materials, snacks, and camper t-shirt included.

 

Location: CCC Lone Tree Campus

Ages: 6-11





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