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CFAER’s Summer Arts Camp 2023 Camper Registration

Council District
City Council District 14
Event Series Dates
Week 1: July 17-21: Enchanted Planet Week 2: July 24-28: Mystery Detective Club Week 3: July 31-August 4: Time Travelers Week 4: August 7-11: Pop Art Popstars

Register below for Summer Arts Camp at Center for the Arts Eagle Rock. Please note your registration will not be complete until payment has been received.

Camp Fee: $400/week per camper.
Family Membership Discount: $360/week per camper
Family Membership: $75 Good for One Year, includes a 10% Discount on All Activities

You can register and pay for Family Membership here: Family Membership

PAYPAL: You will receive a link at the end of this form.

VENMO: You will receive a link at the end of this form.
CREDIT CARD: Call (323) 561-3044 x 221 to process payment.Week 1: July 17-21: Enchanted Planet
Week 2: July 24-28: Mystery Detective Club
Week 3: July 31-August 4: Time Travelers
Week 4: August 7-11: Pop Art Popstars 
Daily Schedule:

 8:30am – Optional Extended Care Early Drop-off9:00am – Camper Drop-off

9:00am-9:30am – Warm-up Activities

9:30-10am: Introduction, Movement/Yoga/Stretching, Group Warm-up Activity

10am-11am: First Class (campers will rotate with their groups throughout the day to attend all classes within Arts, Exploration, and Performance)

11am-12pm: Lunch

12pm-12:15: Movement, Transitional Activity

12:15pm-1:15pm: Second Class(campers will rotate with their groups throughout the day to attend all classes within Arts, Exploration, and Performance)

1:15pm-1:30pm: Snack

1:30-2:30pm: Third Class (campers will rotate with their groups throughout the day to attend all classes within Arts, Exploration, and Performance)

2:30pm -3pm: Camper Early Pick-up/Free Play/Closing Circle

3pm- Camper Pick-up

3-3:30pm- Optional Extended Care

*LAST CAMPER PICK-UP MUST BE BY 3:30PM*

Late Pickups after 3:30 PM will result in a late fee

Cancellations must be made 2 weeks in advance of the first week of Camp’s start or a 20% administration fee will be incurred. Cancellations made the week before the start of camp will incur a 30% administrative fee. Cancellations made after the start of camp onward, including cancellations due to camper illness do not qualify for a refund. Please read our illnesses policy section in the camp handbook carefully for more information. If a camper is dismissed from camp due to behavioral issues, tuition will not be refunded. Please read our Emotional, Behavioral, Social section in the camp handbook for more information.

Registration is first come, first served. Once the 45 camper capacity has been met per week, we will close registration for that week.

PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE A NO NUT FACILITY. PLEASE DO NOT PACK ANY SNACKS OR LUNCHES CONTAINING NUTS, OR WE WILL HAVE TO THROW THEM AWAY AND REQUEST A NEW SNACK OR LUNCH BE DROPPED OFF. 
Covid-19 Safety: We are adhering to current County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health and Cal/Osha Covid-19 safety protocols, which require our staff to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Please contact info@cfaer.org with any questions regarding our Covid-safety protocols.

Location

Center for the Arts Eagle Rock
2225 Colorado Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90041 United States
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Phone:
323 561-3044
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