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No Fun Fall Break Plans Yet? We’ve Got You Covered!

by Elana Gonzales | September 7, 2018

It seems like summer just ended, but before we know all know it, the kids are going to be out again on fall break. Haven’t come up with a way to keep them inspired, engaged, and off the couch while they’re away from school? No problem!

This year, Mesa Arts Center will offer Fall Break Camps October 8-12, for restless young artists and performers. Classes including ballet, flamenco, acting, group voice, etching and glass fusing will be offered for kids, pre-teens, and teens. Camp registration is open now. For more details on available classes, visit www.mesaartscenter.com/classes or call 480-644-6500.

A major perk? Thanks to the Arizona Community Foundation, scholarships and financial aid are available for families that qualify. To apply for financial assistance for Fall Break Camps at Mesa Arts Center, families can either pick up a form in the box office or contact Art Studios to receive the form directly. For more information or to complete and submit the form electronically, visit https://mesaartscenter.com/index.php/classes/info.

Let’s keep those kids creating!

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