2018 Summer Creativity Camps                     
Join our seasoned staff and send your children or grandchildren to the most creative summer camp in the Toledo area.


Seven exciting, fun-filled and education weeks of Creativity Camp are offered for this 33rd annual season. Campers (age 5 to fourteen) may attend one or more or all of these summer day camps. Each week is different and designed to spark personal creativity.

(3) June 25-29 - Painting & Theater Focus

(4) July 9-13 - Seven Eagles Historical Ed Center

(5) July 16-20 - Theater & Clay/Sculpture

(6) July 30-Aug 3 - Beauty in the Park

(7) August 6-10 - Creatively Back to School

(NO CAMPS : July 2-6 & July 23-27)

Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Extended care—Members only:

7:30-8:30am & 4:30-6pm.

TUITION includes arts supplies, not lunch:

General: $150 per week

Members: $140 per week

Discount: $5/week for additional child(ren)

A $25 non-refundable deposit per child is required. Cancellations must be received one week in advance. Deposits are applied to the last week of camper registration.

Download the brochure and registration form here.


Creativity is all about exploration! Children are naturally inquisitive and creative and given the opportunity to explore with guidance, can build upon their skills and transfer the creative process to everyday life and learning. We are offering 2 weeks of our ‘more traditional‘ Creativity Camp that includes the works… 2 art classes, theater class and dance class all interspersed with creative writing and some math, science and history. Each week concludes with a Camper Showcase on Friday at 4pm for parents and friends.

¨ In Art, we explore a variety of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art materials and techniques including: clay, painting, printing and sculpture to develop manual dexterity.

¨ In Theater, we explore character, storytelling and issues to develop skills in personal expression in everyday life, as well as on stage performance skills.

¨ In Dance, we explore personal movement, patterns and rhythm to develop coordination and personal expression through movement.

Campers should be registered one week in advance to ensure enrollment. This is not a daycare program. No drop-in’s. Teaching artists are professionals and have a weekly curriculum. Campers take their artwork home. Camper Certificates will be awarded weekly .



Specialty weeks are offered for campers to immerse themselves in the artistic process, focus on creating and have time to reflect and improve the product’s quality. Class size is limited to 30 campers—who will be divided into 2 groups. Each group will participate for one-half day in each Art and Theater program. Each camp will conclude with a program for parents and friends on Friday at 4pm.

CAMP #3 - June 25-29:

In Painting/Mixed Media, campers will use acrylic paints, watercolor paints and mixed media to create flat and relief paintings. Emphasis will be on building skills while creating attractive works of art.

In Theater, campers will create and stage a play from scratch based on their story(s), a personal or public issue. Techniques include: improv, characterization, vocal training (pitch, projection, tone) storytelling and ice-breakers to start the day. Costumes, props, sets and technical equipment will be utilized as needed.

CAMP #5 - July 16-20:

In Ceramics/Sculpture, campers will explore clay, wood, plaster and other material used in 20th Century contemporary and abstract art. Emphasis will be on building skills and creating lasting works of art.

In Theater, see description above. Each week will be different based on campers’ interests.

Seven Eagles Historical Ctr: July 9-13

Wildwood Metropark: July 30– Aug. 3

2 FIELD TRIP WEEKS —Campers will venture out of Common Space on a field trip to explore and analyze a different environment to gather ideas and impressions for further development in art, dance and theater classes. During the other four days at Common Space, campers will be involved in art, dance and theater to express their reactions and develop products based on their individual and group experiences. Transportation will be provided and parents may attend.

CAMP #4 Seven Eagles Historical Education Center: Campers will have a full-day exploring Native American and Pioneer villages and life including: early Ohio history, archery, fishing and nature to see what came before us and how it relates today.

CAMP #6 Wildwood Metropark: Campers will spend a half-day guided visit through the park’s trails, boardwalk, wildlife window, etc. to see what nature offers and how it affects our lives.


You can check out some of the activities the kids were involved in last year by browsing through the photo gallery here .