VISTA — The Kid’s College, a nonprofit arts and enrichment organization, will offer a selection of Summer Enrichment programs designed for summer schedule flexibility with instruction for ages 5 through 12. The camps will be held at the Gallery 204, at 204 Main Street in Vista, and at Alta Vista Gardens, at Brengle Terrace, also in Vista.
“The focus of our summer programs is to offer a wide variety of interesting visual, performing arts and science and engineering camps suited to fit any families schedule or budget,” Pam Harris, director of Kid’s College, said. “We have tried to create a great experience for both children and parents.” Children can immerse themselves in art by enrolling in the weekly afternoon artist workshops from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday or by attending morning camps from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday.
Participants can register and pay online at www.thekidscollege.org. Click on or select 2009 Summer Programs. Call Ann Little at (760) 207-6112 to learn more.
The Kid’s College is nonprofit organization that enriches the lives and expands the horizons of school age children by providing enrichment classes and programs that are instructed by professionals.
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