Two Randolph County artist educators led an interdisciplinary and integrative camp for children in the community.
The Creative Arts Camp was a fun, team-oriented music, movement and art camp designed to keep children up, moving and learning. The four-day camp adventure ended with a morning of yoga and dance and an afternoon art sale.
“We wanted to service the kids that wanted to maybe not do sports but something more creative, and we also like to reinforce the academics,” said Creative Arts Camp Instructor Laurie Goux.
With the help of the community, the classes were free to participants. Instructors hope to host the camp again next summer.