Bay County summer youth camps keep kids active: Cooking, art and more

BAY COUNTY— Summer break means school children are looking for fun and a summer camp might just solve the problem.

Local groups and organizations have created an amazing array of camps to make sure students aren’t bored waiting for the next school year. Summer programs are filled with great ways to keep children occupied.

From aerial dancing to cooking classes to art camps, here’s where the fun is taking place this summer:

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Art camp

The Bay Arts Alliance Summer Art Camp occurs each week at the Center for the Arts in Panama City, and is filled with art projects, games and more art.

The Bay Arts Alliance Summer Art Camp occurs each week at the Center for the Arts, 19th E. Fourth St. in Panama City, and is filled with art projects, snack time, games and more art.

Each day follows a theme: Mondayclay hand-building; Tuesdaycalligraphy; Wednesdaywatercolor; Thursday, still life painting with acrylic; and Fridaycharcoal drawing.

Students will interact with two instructors learning about different art mediums, color theory and techniques. All sessions will feature an art lesson followed by a snack break and recess time, then another art lesson.

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