Registration is now open for Carnegie Hall’s 29th Annual Kids’ College, which will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 11-15 (Week One) and July 18-22 (Week Two). This year’s program is open to rising second through seventh-grade students.
Kids’ College is a unique opportunity for children to expand their artistic and scientific horizons in a safe and nurturing environment. All classes, taught by trained teaching artists, are held in Carnegie Hall. Children can take classes in pottery, origami, baking, leather craft, cooking, fashion, music, theatre, felting, and more.
Cost of Kids’ College is $150 per week. There are two sessions each day, morning and afternoon. Children can choose to take up to five different arts and science classes per day. Scholarships are available thanks to United Way of Greenbrier Valley and generous individual donors. To apply, indicate you would like a scholarship application when you enroll your child.
To sign up to volunteer for Carnegie Hall’s Kids’ College, visit carnegiehallwv.com/education/kids-college and follow the “Volunteer for Kids’ College” link. Volunteer placement is first-come, first-served and may be influenced by instructor requests and enrollment factors.
Register at www.carnegiehallwv.org. Class sizes are limited, so register early. Student families will be notified of their child’s schedule before the beginning of Kids’ College. Paper brochures are also available at the Carnegie Hall Box Office. For more information, contact Education Director Harmony Flora at 304-645-7917.