SummerACT is offering two camps this year, both two weeks long. Focus is musical theatre for kids 7-9 and 10-13 years of age with a rock/pop/musicals from the 80s theme. Children will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in creating their own musical tribute to rock, pop, musical theatre from the 80s. They will write the script, act, sing, storytelling, and choreograph a show. They will also have a chance to tour the Art Centre, gain new found confidence through drama and improvisation games, and create visual arts projects for a full arts experience. At the end of each camp the children will produce a showcase performance for family and friends in the Engineered Air Theatre. The program provides the opportunity for kids to eliminate summer boredom, improve and unlock artistic skills/potential and experience the thrill of performing on a real stage.

SummerACT for ages 7-9 (FULL)
July 9 - 20, 2018 
Camp hours 9am - 4pm

Cost – Ages 7-9 (10 day camp) (FULL)
Early Bird (10% discount) - $532.80 before April 1
Regular - $592

SummerACT for ages 10-13 (FULL)
July 23 - August 2, 2018
Camp hours 9am - 4pm

Cost – Ages 10-13 (9 day camp) (FULL)
Early Bird (10% discount)-$479.70 before April 1
Regular - $533

Pre-care: $40/week 
Post-care: $40/week 


Register today!

Please fill out a regsitration form to be added to the waitlist. We will notify you if a space becomes open.

Click here to fill out the SummerACT registration form. Once submitted, an arts learning representative will call you within 2 business days. To register directly by phone please call 403-294-7455 ext. 1975.


Did you know?
“The arts teach young people how to learn by giving them the first step: the desire to learn.” Richard Riley, Secretary of the Department of Education. (The President's Committee On The Arts and Humanities, 2006)


SummerACT Location

All SummerACT classes are held at Arts Commons, accessible to downtown workplaces and one block from the C-Train. View location information.


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