The Webb Center’s annual Camp Imagination, a summer arts camp for first - 12th grade students, will be held for two sessions during the month of June.
All students participate in the creation of a musical; this year’s selection is Rogers and Hammerstein’s The King and I. Campers also take a variety of arts classes, including comedy improvisation, aerial circus and culinary and new class offerings like leather crafting and a NASA themed science class.
The Webb Center will once again collaborate with the Desert Caballeros Western Museum to offer a mixed-media art class, Wickenburg’s Cops Who Care to teach a CSI-themed class, and the Wickenburg Unified School District for use of its high school facility.
Camp Imagination is an affordable summer programming choice for local families with a tuition fee of $100 per child and $80 for additional siblings. It is estimated that the actual cost per child will be $350. The Webb Center has received many applications for financial assistance from students who wish to participate in Camp Imagination.
To ensure that no child is turned away, the Webb Center is asking local businesses, organizations and community members for support. Any amount would be gratefully received, from gifts of $25 to $350. These donations help offset the actual cost of a student’s participation in Camp Imagination.
The Webb Center is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization and 100% of your donation is tax deductible. Submit gifts or pledges by June 10 to ensure proper recognition in the camp program. Donations can be mailed to 2001 W. Wickenburg Way, Suite 3, Wickenburg, AZ 85390.
The first session of Camp Imagination will run June 3 – 14, and the second session will run June 17 – June 28; with a public performance held on the last night of each session. For more information, contact the Webb Center Box Office at (928)684-6624 or visit www.dewpac.org.