JCC Denver Planning Socially Distanced Summer Camps

The Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center is offering several camps that fit within city and state COVID-19 guidelines* through the Mizel Arts and Culture Center’s Wolf Theatre Academy and the JCC’s Camp Shai.  

Camps through the Mizel Arts and Culture Center’s Wolf Theatre Academy include in-person pod camps with a limited number of campers and virtual theatre camps for kids in grades 3-12. Traditional day camps through the JCC’s Camp Shai will be offered in-person in small group pods and as virtual specialty camps for rising kindergartners to 10th graders. Camp offerings are listed below. 

Across all JCC Denver camps, health and safety measures will be in place, including taking the temperature of everyone entering the facility before they are admitted into the building and disinfecting every night, among many others.

*Please note, all of the in-person pod camps are pending until at least May 25, when the Governor is planning on speaking about summer camps to provide updated state and local camp guidelines.

Camps include: 

The Wolf Theatre Academy is holding three sessions – each two weeks long – offering specialized, intensive-style performing arts classes in “class pods” of 10 students or less.  

  • June 15-26: Virtual Theatre Production for kids in grades 6-12
  • July 6-17: Musical Theatre Workshop, Theatre Production, Virtual Theatre Production for kids in grades 6-12; Introduction to Theatre and Virtual Theatre Production for kids in grades 3-6
  • July 20-31: MainStage Theatre Production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Technical Theatre Class and Improvisation Class for kids in grades 6-12, Introduction to Theatre for kids in grades 3-6
  • August 3-14: Dance Workshop, Musical Theatre Workshop, Theatre Production, Improvisation Class, Virtual theatre Production for kids in grades 6-12; Introduction to Theatre – Improvisation for kids in grades 3-6.

Camp Shai is holding three pod camp sessions for two to three weeks each. Each in-person pod camp will have a classroom of their own with regularly scheduled camp activities using a blended approach of in-person facilitation and Zoom facilitation from experts. Camps will be held:

  • June 29-July 17
  • July 20-31
  • August 3-14

Through virtual camps, the JCC Denver’s skilled vendors will lead campers through their specialty track of choice and include all materials that you will need for that week. There are three camp offerings each week from wood working to art & movement to sports. Camps will be held:

  • June 1-5
  • June 8-12
  • June 15-19
  • June 22-26

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