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Planning your kids’ summer activities just got easier

Northwest Children’s Theater has an option for children of all ages, from rehearsing musicals to imaginative world-building and more.

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Your child (and your sanity) will thank you for a jam-packed summer filled with activities.

Photos provided by Northwest Children’s Theater, David Kinder; GIF created by PDXtoday

Let’s be real: The end of the school year is quickly approaching (aka next month), and you might not have finished ironing out the details of your kids’ summer schedules.

We’ll let you in on a little pro tip — Northwest Children’s Theater offers summer camps all season long for children ages 4-14. Bonus: Scholarship applications are available.

Whether your child is new to theater or ready to enhance their on-stage presence, various half- and full-day programs are available across five locations, including:

  • The Judy (Downtown Portland) | June 17-August 23
  • Trinity Methodist (SE Portland) | June 17-July 12
  • Rose City Methodist (NE Portland) | July 15-August 9
  • Sherwood Center for the Arts | July 17-26
  • The Reser (Beaverton) | July 29-August 23

Camps are segmented by age group with featured programming like creative play, imaginative adventures, and rehearsals.

Skills camps are available for older students (ages 10-14) to learn more about specific styles, like technical theater + stage combat. Kick-start your child’s summer of fun.

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