Okie Dokie Art, Swim & Nature Island Camp
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Janice Corkin Rudolf, internationally renowned award winning sculptor, has works not only in the US, but also in Paris, Tokyo, Switzerland and Germany. She is a Professionally Certified Art Teacher and a Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructor.
The camp takes place at Sudbury Art Studios in an amazing island-like atmosphere. The environment is private with a lily pond, sculpture garden and heated pool and hot tub surrounded by exquisite flowers and palm trees.
Children learn to sculpt from terra-cotta clay, draw from life and nature, grow plants from seedlings, paint in watercolor and acrylic, study local nature including birds and flowers, play badminton and pick-up basketball, as well as take swim lessons.
Swim time, geared specifically to each child's level, takes place in a spacious in-ground heated pool, with safety as a prime priority. Each day ends with a dip in the hot tub.
Kids are grouped as close to their own age as possible (though siblings can be together). In addition people may form their own group size ranging from 5 to 8 students.
There are plenty of other activities to keep everyone engaged including, badminton, pickup basketball, water volleyball and water basketball, ping pong and many other outdoor summer fun activities.
Age Recommendation-- Ages 3-12
$650 a week
37 Atkinson Lane, Sudbury, MA, 01776 map
Phone: (978) 460-3274
Sudbury Art Studios
37 Atkinson Lane
Sudbury, MA 01776
From Route 27, take a left onto Dutton Road across from Haskell Field. Take an immediate left onto Atkinson Lane. The camp is the 5th house on the right across from Perry Circle. Atkinson Lane runs parallel to Hudson Road.
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