Camps also include a Jesus-focused devotion time to encourage campers to grow in faith
Journey Theater has been providing fun, confidence-building day camps in Clark County since 2002 and this year is no exception.
Campers add to their performing tool-box, whether they are experienced on stage, or just getting started. Camps also include a Jesus-focused devotion time to encourage campers to grow in faith.
New to Journey? Get $25 off your family’s total registration: use code FIRSTJOURNEY when you register at www.journeytheater.org. Be sure to check out the sibling discount as well!
Dancing Through Life Music Revue: Featuring the Music of Stephen Schwartz
13-18 year olds, July 24-28 in Vancouver. Tuition: $325.
12-18 year olds, August 7-11 in Vancouver. Tuition: $315.
MUSICAL THEATER DAY CAMPS FOR KIDS AGES 7-12:
A Year with Frog and Toad Kids: June 26-30 in Camas, July 17-21 in Vancouver.
Are You Smarter Than a Theater Kid? July 10-14 in Vancouver,
July 31-August 4 in Ridgefield
- Volunteers’ gardening shed gets overdue makeoverEagle Scout Harris Royer transforms Parker’s Landing Historical Park, ensuring tree grove’s hydration & organizing garden shed for volunteers.
- Parker’s Landing Historical Park benefits from an Eagle Scout projectEagle Scout Harris Royer enhances Parker’s Landing Historical Park by expanding tree access to water, refurbishing garden shed, and rallying volunteers for park preservation.
- Camas High School students create STEM Scholars, a mentorship programThree students from Camas created STEM Scholars, which brings volunteers from all over the country to one learning platform on the internet, giving high school students the opportunity to mentor K-8 students who are studying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
- Journey Theater to perform ‘Matilda The Musical’ beginning Aug. 4Journey Theater, a Jesus-centered nonprofit, will be presenting a classic, Matilda The Musical, beginning Aug. 4 at Garver Theater in Camas.
- Woodland High School graduates earn Washington State Seal of Biliteracy celebrating linguistic achievementGraduates from Woodland High School earn Washington State Seal of Biliteracy, showcasing proficiency in English and one or more world languages through a rigorous assessment, opening doors to enhanced job opportunities and enriched personal relationships.