When: July 30th – August 3rd 2018
Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Where: Victoria West Community Centre
Ages: 6 – 10 years
Spaces: limited to 10 spots
Instructor: Amy Culliford (Supergirl)
Unleash your inner superhero! Campers will have the opportunity to create their superhero personas, complete with hero name and mask! We’ll explore what it means to be a hero, including courage, teamwork, responsibility, and safety. Camp activities will include Hero Training, relay races, scavenger hunts, indoor and outdoor games, and more. On the last day of camp, family and friends are invited to attend our Hero Academy Graduation Ceremony, where campers will enter their final training task and graduate as an official Superhero! Our Graduation Ceremony will also feature a special appearance by a real life Enchanted Fables Superhero character!
Campers are encouraged to wear their Superhero attire if they wish to. Activities will take place both indoors and outdoors (weather permitting), as the community centre has a lovely playground and open field area.
Campers should bring an allergy-free snack and lunch per day.
Payment types accepted once enrolled: Paypal, Cheque, E-transfer
Payment is due upon registration.
REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS:
All requests for refunds must be made by email. Pro-rating and refunds are NOT available for days absent, nor for any other reasons including injuries or illness.
Enchanted Fables reserves the right to cancel a camp due to insufficient enrollment. If this situation arises, camps will be cancelled two weeks before the start date and all fees will be refunded.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR –
Amy Culliford is the owner of Enchanted Fables Princess Parties, and has run various summer/spring break camps within Victoria for the past four years. Amy is a graduate of the University of Victoria, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre, with a specialization in Acting. She has recently returned to Uvic to take prerequisite classes for the Elementary School Teaching Post-Degree Professional Program. She founded Enchanted Fables in October of 2014.
One of Amy’s biggest accomplishments was working as a Character Performer in Orlando, Florida for the big Mouse himself. She was nationally selected to participate in the International College Program in 2013, where she was trained in professional entertainment and performed as a Character Performer in all four theme parks.
Amy’s work experience includes being a drama instructor at Kate Rubin’s Drama Studio and Theatre SKAM, where she taught children’s drama/film classes and camps. Amy also works as an Instructor and Assistant Instructor at artsREACH, a not for profit organization created to provide high quality visual and performing arts training to young children, regardless of their financial means. She has also volunteered with students in Victoria through the Canadian Improv Games, and worked at an after-school learning centre.