Entertaining the Kids for NINE weeks! Mayflower, here we come.

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Summer is here! Literally…just a few more days left of school and you get the privilege of entertaining your kiddos for 12+ hours per day for 9 weeks!  What do you have planned?? If you are anything like me, I am just now calendaring out the next 2 months and scrambling to figure out how to entertain my little ones!

We found an amazing art camp that EVERY age will enjoy!  

The Mayflower Arts Center in Troy, still has openings for their Summer Art CampsThis is their third year and by popular demand they are bringing back their pop-cultured theme camps, theater arts, and so much more!!  

Lucky you, as a Dayton Moms Blog reader, you get a special discount all.summer.long!

{use code DAYTONMOM when registering}

Art CampAsk your little one, “Do you want to go to fill in the blank with any of the below for 4 days this summer?” Guaranteed, their answer will be yes! And you will be happy you sent them.

Camp Arendelle (Frozen), Camp Pixelcraft (Minecraft), Camp Oceania, Camp Neverland (Peter Pan/Tinkerbell), Camp Minion-Mania, Camp Ohayou (Asian Arts), Camp Fiesta! (Latin American Arts), or Camp Kachina (Native American Arts)

If you have blinked and your little one is not so little anymore, they may be intrigued more by: Camp WYSIWYG (if you don’t now what it means, ask your tween), Digital Photography I and II, Paint-a-Palooza, Abstract Art, 3D Design, Asian, Native & Latin American Arts, Digital Photography II (delete this one), or Master Minds. The Mayflower Arts Center also offers two performing arts camps for kids ages 10-17: Camp Hilarity (Improv) and Junior Theatre Arts run for 2 weeks (Tues-Fri, 10am-Noon) with a short afternoon performance at the conclusion of camp; see website for dates and details.

The Mayflower Arts Center is entering their third season of 18+ exciting camps for young artists this summer! Each art camp is designed to heighten the imaginations of young artists through creative and technical exploration. Artists will incorporate the techniques they learn through both individual and collaborative works. At the conclusion of the camp, each artist will have the opportunity to present and exhibit their creations in a Gallery Exhibit/Artist Reception on Friday evening from 5:00-6:00pm. The Gallery Exhibit will be open to the public. Friends and families are always encouraged to attend.

MayflowerThey offer two separate 4-day tracks — every week — for 9 weeks, starting June 16th. Morning art camps (9am-noon) are for children ages 5-9 and afternoon art camps (1-4pm) are for children ages 10+.

Camp week runs Tuesday-Friday.

The Mayflower Arts Center offers a very hands on instruction experience, so they limit each camp to 15 artists. 

Camp spaces are going quickly, so register as soon as possible to guarantee your child in one of these amazing programs.  To register, follow the “Enroll Now” link after each class description or email them at [email protected].

A $25 deposit/camp is required to reserve your child’s spot.Feel free to check out their Payment and Cancellation Policies for details.

For more information, check out the following!
Summer Camp FAQs
Summer Camp Registration (ages 5-9) (Closes at noon on Sunday prior to camp start)
Summer Camp Registration (ages 10+) (Closes at noon on Sunday prior to camp start) 

Contact : Mayflower Arts Center  •  9 West Main Street, Troy, OH 45373
937 552 5848  •  [email protected]

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