DaySpring Arts & Education Summer Camps

Time travel this summer at DaySpring! Dig up dinosaur bones, build a castle, dance the Charleston! Each week of summer camp will focus on a new era and use the arts and sciences to explore what life was like in the past! Travel back in time to learn about pre-historic dinosaurs and medieval knights, all the way through the Totally RAD 80's Camp and the Neon POP 90's Camp.

Week-long camps featuring Arts and STEM experiences at DaySpring! STEAM camps are a perfect blend of summer fun and educationally-based creative training. Professional artists and trained educators lend their expertise to activities in art, engineering, dance, drama, musical theatre, circus, and more. Ideal for ages 6-13!

We offer 3 half- or full-day camps for your preschoolers, featuring ARTS and STEM for your littles ages 3 to 5.

Camps run from June 10 - August 2.

Camp Details
2500 Metro
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
United States
Locations: St. Louis County
Extended Care: Yes
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