Summer Art Camp | Open to NJ Residents Ages 6-12 (5 Weeks)

Dunellen Arts & Culture Commission will have a summer arts program June 24 to July 26 in conjunction with the Dunellen Recreation Department's summer camp.

The arts program will be held from 3-5pm, Monday through Friday in Columbia Park's Senior Center. Children will be instructed on visual arts including crafts, painting, drawing, and sculpting. All supplies included in the fee (Although this camp is regularly $100/week, we are able to offer the discounted rate of $55 through grant support).

Children must be 6-12 years of age at time of camp. Program is open to non-Dunellen residents. If your child is also participating in the Recreation's camp program, we suggest providing an additional snack for the transition time.

Week 1: June 24-28 | Sculpture and 3D Art $55
Week 2: July 1, 2 & 3 | Zany Cartoons $35
Week 3: July 8-12 | Cartoon Storytelling $55
Week 4: July 15-19 | Paints, Pastels and Paper $55
Week 5: July 22-26 | Art Camp Goes Mad Scientist $55

Payment: Check payable to Dunellen Arts & Culture Commission to be mailed to DACC Summer Arts Camp c/o Dunellen Recreation Department, 355 North Avenue, Dunellen, NJ 08812

Questions? Call 732-968-3033x8 or email

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Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders through a grant provided by New Jersey State Council on the Arts / Department of State.

La Comisión de Arte y Cultura de Dunellen tendrá un programa de artes de verano del 24 de junio al 26 de julio en conjunto con el campamento de verano del Departamento de Recreación de Dunellen.

El programa de arte se llevará a cabo de 3 a 5 p. M., De lunes a viernes en el Centro de personas mayores de Columbia Park. Los niños serán instruidos en artes visuales, incluyendo artesanías, pintura, dibujo y escultura. Todos los suministros incluidos en la tarifa (aunque este campamento es regularmente de $ 100 por semana, podemos ofrecerle la tarifa con descuento de $ 55 a través de subvenciones).

Los niños deben tener entre 6 y 12 años de edad al momento del campamento. El programa está abierto a los no residentes de Dunellen. Si su hijo también participa en el programa del campamento de recreación, le sugerimos que proporcione un refrigerio adicional para el tiempo de transición.

Semana 1: 24-28 de junio | Escultura y Arte 3D $ 55
Semana 2: 1 de julio, 2 y 3 | Dibujos animados de Zany $ 35
Semana 3: 8-12 de julio | Historieta Cuentacuentos $ 55
Semana 4: 15-19 de julio | Pinturas, pasteles y papel $ 55
Semana 5: 22-26 de julio | Art Camp se vuelve loco científico $ 55

Pago: El cheque a nombre de la Comisión de Arte y Cultura de Dunellen se enviará al DACC Summer Arts Camp al Departamento de Recreación de Dunellen, 355 North Avenue, Dunellen, NJ 08812

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Los fondos de la subvención han sido proporcionados por la Junta de Elegidos Titulares del Condado de Middlesex a través de una subvención otorgada por el Consejo de Arte / Departamento de Estado de Nueva Jersey.

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Dunellen Arts & Culture Commission will have a summer arts program June 24 to July 26 in conjunction with the Dunellen Recreation Department's summer camp.

The arts program will be held from 3-5pm, Monday through Friday in Columbia Park's Senior Center. Children will be instructed on visual arts including crafts, painting, drawing, and sculpting. All supplies included in the ...

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