DaySpring Arts and Education

A perfect blend of summer fun and educationally based creative training! Your child will work with professionals in the arts and experience activities in music, art, robotics, engineering, dance, drama, musical theatre and circus with indoor and outdoor classes in their age groups. This year's workshops will each be centered around a theme found in one of Dr. Seuss' classic books!

DaySpring Arts & Education is a unique and creative environment where students can be well equipped in the discipines of both performing and fine arts. This includes dance, drama, musical theatre, tech theatre, visual arts, and music, in addition to creative academic programs and preschool. Students work with qualified and experienced professionals in their fields who share a love for children and teaching their discipline. Please visit our website for specific information about instructors. 

Camp Details
314-291-8878
2500 Metro Blvd.
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
United States
Locations: St. Louis County
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
June 8-12
June 15-19
June 29-July 3
July 6-10
July 20-24
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Preschoolers can laugh, sing and dance along with fun muscial activities led by Libby Chiaradonna at Ms. Libby's Music Party. For ages 2-5. Free. Registration is not required. 

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