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Little Artists Embark on Artistic Adventure at Bottle & Bottega

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Bottle & Bottega in Berkeley Heights’ is inspiring local kids to channel their imaginations and create a masterpiece by hosting the brands’ first “Bottega Kids Camp.”

Throughout the week-long artistic adventure camp, elementary-aged artists will explore various creative mediums including acrylic painting on canvas, mosaics, glass painting, mixed media, tape masking and more under the guidance of a certified art instructor. Each day will feature two take home projects.

The program fosters a warm, fun and nurturing atmosphere for kids to bring out their inner Picasso. Art empowers kids to invent new ways of thinking, further developing their problem-solving skills and renewing their sense of self-confidence through self-expression.

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Children ages 7 through 12 can be registered to participate in the Bottega Kids Camp. The camp sessions will run the weeks of August 15-19, August 22-26 and August 29-September 2 from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. at the Bottle & Bottega Central New Jersey studio, 472 Springfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights. 

Campers can register for the day ($60) or for the full week ($250). Campers should bring their own lunches. Parents will receive a gift certificate for a free Bottle & Bottega event when registering their child for a full week of camp.

To register for the Bottega Kids Camp, please register online at: http://bit.ly/2abW79V

To learn more about Bottle & Bottega in Berkeley Heights or to connect with studio owner Rupa Kale, please contact njcentral@bottle-bottega.com.

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