E-learning Child Care PLUS Young Arts Club

Approved for CARES Act Funding

Now serving school age children in 1st-7th grade with monitored e-learning classes PLUS weekly enrichment classes geared specifically for the arts! They will include art, theatre, dance, and creative writing. All of our instructors have master degrees or higher and are committed to helping your child have a positive learning experience.

$40 per day/ $135 per week, M-F, price includes enrichment classes and a daily snack

Essential Workforce Assistance Voucher

Students must bring laptops/tablets and headphones for their e-learning courses and a non-refrigerated lunch. We will provide all supplies for our enrichment classes.

Young Artist Club (E-learning childcare not included)

Schedule: $10 per class
  • Monday (grade 1st-5th): Art, 10am-11am
  • Tuesday (grade 1st-5th): Theatre/Dance, 2pm-3pm
  • Tuesday (grade 6th-12th):Theatre/Dance, 4pm-5:30pm
  • Wednesday (grade 6th-12th): Art, 10am-11am
  • Thursday (grade 1st-5th): Theatre/Dance, 2pm-3pm
  • Thursday (grade 6th-12th): Theatre/Dance, 4pm-5:30pm

We are limiting the virtual learners/class size to allow for ample spacing for each student. All staff and students must wear a mask. Every morning will include a wellness and temperature check. Routinely disinfect all areas used by students, teachers, and staff.

Intro to Belly Dance | $70 (6-Week Session)

Sundays: 2pm - 3pm August 30-October 4

Bright Eyes Belly Dance offers a joyful exploration of the art and allure of belly dance. All of your belly dance goals can be accomplished here:

  • fitness
  • increased self-confidence
  • stress-relief
  • opportunities to perform
  • personal growth
  • and more. . .

Students begin with an 8 week foundational session that teaches the basic posture, moves, and music of Egyptian belly dance and then have the option to stay in the beginner class or to move into a series of rotating sessions that will allow students to deepen their practice and knowledge in the rhythms of the Middle East as well as the stylizations, moves, and props most associated with belly dance.

Students are never pressured to perform or to bare their midriff.


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