Thank you for your interest in the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood’s 2024 Summer Arts Camp! Below, you will find answers to the most frequently asked camp-related questions. If you still have any lingering questions after reading, please contact us at email@example.com or by phone at 954-921-3274. We hope to see you this year at Camp!
What are the dates for 2024’s Summer Arts Camps?
What programs are available?
Do you ever make exceptions for the ages permitted in specific camps?
I see there is a link to register online. Are there other ways to register?
Do camps fill up? If so, is there a waitlist?
Are there discounts or scholarships available for Summer Arts Camp?
Is a deposit required to save the space in camp?
Is there a discount for Art and Culture Center members?
What if I signed up for one session but later decide that I want to switch?
How long is a camp day?
I seem to remember there being a half-day option in previous years; has that been eliminated?
Where are the camps held/located?
What are the drop-off and pick-up procedures?
What are the lunch and snack procedures for campers?
What should my child wear to camp?
What should my child bring with them to camp and what should stay home?
My camper’s birthday falls during their Summer Arts Camp session.
Can I bring in treats to help celebrate it during their camp day?
What are your health and emergencies policies?
Am I entitled to a refund should our session of Summer Arts Camp be canceled?
What if my family has a planned trip during a camp session?
Can we prorate days when my camper won’t be in attendance?
When will we get details about the final shows/presentations for each of the camps?
My high schooler needs community service hours.
Are there any volunteer opportunities at Summer Arts Camp?
Summer Arts Camp is funded in part by The Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation, Helen Ingham Foundation, Florida Theatrical Association, and the Hollywood Police Department's Law Enforcement Trust Fund.