Dance Camp

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*Scroll to the bottom to read our Covid-19 procedures.

COVID-19 Precautions:

  • Hands washed and sanitized upon drop off.
  • Temperatures checked and health screening questions must be answered upon drop off.
  • Hand washing before any meals/snacks.
  • Masks worn indoors at all times.
  • Staff daily wellness check.
  • All toys/props sanitized daily.

Dance Camp FAQ

Q: What should I pack for my dancer?

A: Our recommended packing list is: WATER, an extra change of clothes, sturdy sandals, water, swimwear, sunscreen, sunglasses, towel, water, lunch + 2 snacks, a comfort item for quiet time, water, book or other quiet activity for quiet time, hand sanitizer – oh and did we mention WATER??

Q: What should my dancer wear to dance camp?

A: We recommend dressing in layers as it can start out cold in the morning and warm up quickly. Any athletic attire is good – leggings, shorts, sweat, etc. Try to stay away from anything too baggy or loose fitting as this can be problematic when tumbling. Also best to have hair securely pulled back for the day.

Q: What if it gets too hot?

A: In the event of extreme heat we will declare a water day and break out all the water toys/games. We will NOT make our kids dance in crazy weather.

Q: Do we need special shoes?

A: No. Especially since camp will be all outside this year, all you need to wear are sturdy sneakers/tennis shoes! If you fall in love with dance (when you fall in love with dance) then we can talk about what kind of shoes to buy for fall classes.

Q: Your website says no refunds. What if there are more COVID closures?

A: In the event of a spike in COVID cases that results in camp having to close, you will be refunded all camp fees for any unused days.

Q: What if it rains?

A: We’ll have canopies set up and will dance underneath them if needed.

Q: Will my dancer be safe from getting COVID-19 while at dance camp?

A: While we’re following all guidelines recommended by the County Health Officer, there is always a chance that a child could become infected when in a group setting. We will be taking ALL precautions to prevent this from happening. If a child does become sick, camp will be canceled for the remainder of the week and you will be refunded your camp fees for any unused days.