Let's Put On A Show: Trickster Tales - The Amazing Anansi

Monday, July 8, 2019 - Friday, July 12, 2019
9AM - 4PM (Ages 8-14)

REGISTRATION PRICE: $465

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You will be contacted if spaces open up.

Registration

Online camp registration closes at noon the Friday before each individual camp begins. If you would like to sign up for a camp past the cutoff time, please call the Box Office at 408-961-5858 to register for the camp. Walk-ups are welcome ONLY on Monday morning based on the camp availability.

Extended Care

  • A.M. Extended Care: 8am-9am; $50/week or $10/day drop-in. Available for full-day campers (9am-4pm) or morning half-day campers (9-12pm) only.
  • P.M. Extended Care: 4pm-5pm; $50/week or $10/day drop-in. Available for full-day camps (9am-4pm) or afternoon half-day camps (1-4pm) only.

Lunch & Snacks

For full-day camps, lunch is not provided. There is a break between morning and afternoon camps from 12pm-1pm; students who are attending both camps must bring a lunch and snacks, and will be supervised during the break by Montalvo camp staff. Students who are attending just a morning or afternoon camp should also bring a snack which they will eat during a short break.

Refund Policy

Requests for refunds to our day camps must be submitted in writing to camp@montalvoarts.org for consideration. Camp refunds will be granted according to the following deadlines:

  • Full refund, less a non-refundable fees, if request received in writing 60 days before the first day of camp; 75% refund, less non-refundable fees, if received in writing 30 days before the first day of camp; 50% refund, less non-refundable fees, if received in writing 15 days before the first day of camp. No refund if request received within 14 days of camp, or for early withdrawal.
  • No refunds will be granted for early camp withdrawal, absences, or behavioral dismissals.
  • In the event that Montalvo cancels a program, all fees will be refunded.

Anti-Bullying Policy

At Montalvo we have zero tolerance for bullying. Bullying of any kind will result in the immediate removal from camp. The physical and emotional safety of our students and staff are central to Montalvo’s camps and vital to its overall mission. As such, we take the issues of bullying, harassment, and violence very seriously. Bullying is generally defi ned as when one or more people maliciously exclude, tease, taunt, gossip, hit, kick, or put down another. Montalvo’s leadership investigates any and all allegations of bullying, and trains camp supervisors to promote positive communication, so that students can feel comfortable voicing their concerns to staff. By working together as a team to identify and manage bullying, we can help ensure that everybody has a great experience here at Montalvo.

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    30 young actors. Five days. One dazzling performance. Can it be done? You bet! Students will be introduced to important theatrical skills such as acting, staging, set and costume design, and so much more—and perform for family and friends in a showcase at the end of the week in Montalvo’s Carriage House Theatre.

    Trickster Tales - The Amazing Anansi:

    Once upon a time, there were no stories in the world: no myths, no tales, no fables. They all belonged to the sky. Anansi, the clever spider, set out on a heroic quest to bring stories down to earth, encountering many friends and foes along the way. Will he succeed in overcoming dangerous obstacles? Students will find out as they explore West African folktales and practice telling fantastic stories of cunning mischief.


    For more information, call the Box Office at 408-961-5858 10am-4pm Monday-Friday.