JCC Denver Hosting Summer Camp Kick-Off

The Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center (JCC Denver) is kicking off summer planning with a Camp Bash Kick-off party this Monday, January 21 at 5:00 pm at the JCC Denver. The whole family is invited to learn more about summer camp offerings at the JCC Denver, register for summer camp, and to enjoy pizza, a bounce house, GaGa games, and giveaways. Please RSVP HERE.

This summer, Camp Shai will be offering new camps with unique and engaging programs for kids including Sports Art where kids can engage in art projects focused on sports and What’s a Podcast? where kids learn the basics of creating a podcast in a hands-on workshop. A new program for middle school-aged kids is Specialty Art Camp where kids in grades 6-8 can hone their art craft and enjoy summer camp activities in one program.

New Camp Offerings for Summer 2019

SPORTS ART – Did you know that it takes art to design a ball? Ever wish you could design your own sports jersey? Well… then this camp is for you! Boys and girls are invited to join this camp and DIY your own sports equipment. Through mixed art media, learn different art forms and techniques to make soccer balls, footballs, jerseys, or even hacky sacks! Taught by Barry Brown, artist, educator, and Bronco fan.

WHAT’S A PODCAST? Grab your ear buds and listen up for a DIY What’s a podcast…we’ll deep dive to learn the basics of audio technology and start writing to create amazing, funny, and creative audio bytes  to listen to long after the week is over! Share your thoughts and voice in this hands-on workshop with Polly Hall, kids podcasting advocate and producer of ear snacks.

SPECIALTY ART CAMP (for kids in grades 6-8) – With four-hours of project-based art instruction each day for kids in grades 6-8, campers will hone their craft. Campers will have the opportunity to experience art in the community from museums to street art and art installations and to swim!

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