This summer, The Lake Placid Center for the Arts LPCA will be offering a variety of in-person, socially distant visual and performing arts summer camps.
They have taken care to ensure that the camps follow New York States, the CDC’s, and the Department of Health’s reopening guidelines. The class sizes will hold a maximum of 10 students, and all activities that the children partake in will be six feet from one another. State required health screenings and hygiene and cleaning protocols will be in effect and provide a foundation for both students and teachers to enjoy their summer activities while protecting the health of everyone involved.
The 2020 summer camp series will include the following events:
JULY 13 – 17 | 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM – SOCIALLY-DISTANCED THEATRE CAMP WITH MIKE MCCREADIE. For ages 10-14. Camp Fee: $115
For children curious about the theatre, they will learn about acting, stage direction, props, lights, sets, and more. Students will end the week with a basic knowledge of acting, and the stage.
JULY 20 – 24 | 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM AND 1:00 – 3:30 PM – SOCIALLY DISTANCED TEEN IMPROV COMEDY CAMP WITH JOE CONTO AND AMY CODDINGTON-BURNETT. For ages 13-17Camp Fee: $115
For teens looking to try out improv comedy. Consists of Level 2 (mornings) for students who have experience in improv, and Level 1 for those new to the craft.
AUGUST 17 – 21 | 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM – SOCIALLY-DISTANCED STORMING THE STAGE WITH JESSICA DEEB. For ages 6-10 Camp Fee: $115
This camp is sold out after early registration, but you can join the waitlist by contacting Anya Villeneuve at 518.523.2512 or [email protected].
AUGUST 18 – 21 & AUGUST 24, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM AND 1:00 – 3:30 PM – SOCIALLY-DISTANCED AWAY WITH CLAY (& CRAFTS!) WITH BROOKE NOBLE. For ages 8-14
Students will experiment with texture and color as they create a range of projects. Morning and afternoon sessions available.