June camp offerings at the Harris Arts Center
Art Camp will be offered at the Harris Arts Center June 6 through 10, with a morning session from 9 to 11: 30 a. m. for ages 7 to 9, and an afternoon session from 1 to 3: 30 p. m. for ages 10 to 13. Theater Camp is offered June 20 through 24, from 9 am to 12 p. m., for Grades 2 through 8. Cost of each camp is $75 for HAC members and $ 90 for not- yet members. A 10 percent discount will be given to parents with multiple campers or who refer a new camper who registers. Parents may register by calling 706- 629- 2599.
Art Camp will be taught by Sherry Warren, an art teacher at Adairsville Elementary with 25 years experience. Warren holds a bach- elor of Visual Arts with a minor in Art History from Georgia State University. Students will explore the joy of creativity by experiencing drawing, painting and clay techniques. Those interested in Art Camp must register by May 31.
Vocal coach and drama instructor Kaytlyn Reese Bohannon will teach Theater Camp. A Calhoun native, Kaytlyn received her BA in Music Performance f rom Coventry University in England, and her Master of Education from Berry College. Kaytlyn’s fullgroup drama games explore a variety of theater fundamentals in a fun, interactive setting – body movement and carriage, the five senses and honest acting, skit and character creation prompts, pantomime and monologue. The week of instruction, entitled “Around the World”, also includes choreography and vocal training. Those interested in Theater Camp must register by June 13.
A six- week series of one hour Clog Dancing Classes, at 9 a. m., will begin on either June 7 or June 11, subject to demand for preference of Tuesday or Saturday classes. The classes will be taught by Patricia Bohlen, who has 27 years of dancing experience. The cost of the series is $ 30 and classes are open to age 10 and up, beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Those interested must call 706- 629- 2599 to register and pre-pay by May 31. www. harrisartscenter. com