“They love art,” Karch said of her granddaughters. “It's given them a lot more understanding of the types of art. They've learned a lot about abstracts, pottery. … We appreciate Cedarhurst doing the programs.”
Ellyn said she looks forward to “getting to make new things” and “learning more about art” at this year's camp.
The program typically draws 75 to 100 children each year. The average cost to attend is $40 per class, but there are scholarship opportunities for those who can't afford the fee, Gibbs said.
To qualify for a scholarship, you must submit a letter to Cedarhurst Center for the Arts explaining why you wish to receive financial help.
Interested parties are encouraged to call and register soon as class sizes are limited. To do so, contact Cedarhurst at 242-1236, ext. 248.