Arts in Strongsville provides fine arts activities for children ages 4-12 during one week of the summer in conjunction with the Strongsville Summer Camp. Each camper participates in music, art, dance, and drama classes.
This year’s camp theme was “Route 66.” While taking a trip down the “Main Street of America”, the children learned about its attractions and historical significance. Their vacation out West included creating license plates, learning traffic rules, completing a scavenger hunt, and performing a song and dance about the route.
Firemen and Policemen were acknowledged and honored for the safety they provide for our community on the final day of camp. They were given treats for their departments and collaborative art projects were made by the students during class.
Here is a video that documented all of the kicks that the campers got out of Route 66!
In partnership with the Rotary Club of Strongsville’s annual Duck Race and KidsFest, Arts in Strongsville is selling ducks. Each year thousands of ducks race through the Rocky River to win cash prizes for their owners.
You could be a winner.
The Duck Race and KidsFest will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cleveland Metroparks Chalet.
Arts in Strongsville gets a portion of the price of each duck adopted through this site. You can buy your duck here: Adopt a Duck