2018 Westbury Summer Arts Camp

Registration Is Now Open for Westbury Summer Arts Camp 2019

The Westbury Summer Arts Camp is a six-week multi-disciplinary arts-based summer program for children age 6 to 12 years old. The program provides affordable, child directed, multi-disciplinary arts experiences that combine art history, science, math and so much more. We strive to create a space that is diverse, inclusive, and celebrates creativity.

Our 2019 camp will be in session from July 8th to August 16th. Due to popular demand, we have expanded the camp to 5 days, Monday – Friday. The mornings are devoted to visual arts exploration and projects, with electives in different artistic disciplines, including sculpture, music and photography available in the afternoon. Visiting artist workshops including international arts organization, The Simple Good and The Long Island Children’s Museum are offered on Friday afternoons. The arts camp is in session from 9am – 2pm. Extended recreation program is included from 2pm – 4pm every day.

Campers must be registered for a minimum of 2 weeks. Fee includes all supplies, workshops, t-shirt and lunch! Weekly fee is $100 for Village of Westbury residents and $150 for all others.

Pick up a registration form at the Village Recreation Center Office at 357 Rockland St., Westbury, NY, which is open Monday to Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Phone: (516) 334-5560.

Can’t get to the Recreation Center Office in time? Registrations will be accepted at the Westbury Arts General Membership Meeting on May 29 at 7:00pm, at the Westbury Senior Center. Payments accepted include check, money order, or cash. Email Patty Eljaiek for more info or if you need a registration form emailed to you.

We’re looking forward to another great summer!

Avatar
Follow Patty Eljaiek:
Patty was born in Colombia, S.A. and arrived in NY at the age of 3 with her mami. Embracing I Love Lucy, game shows, pop music and old school Hollywood, she’s more a child of Disney than Bolivar. Although her birth culture is sewn into the fabric of her everyday life, Patty’s American dream is still wrapped tightly around Frank Capra’s small town Utopia. Born into a family of artists and women inspires her to continue creating, in every way she can.