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March 3, 2016, The News- Page 17 Summer Camps, Programs and Activities

Kids share learning and fun this summer at University School Massey Electric proudly presents Nashville Irish Step Dancers

University School of Nashville opens its doors this summer for families and children to explore learning and fun at its camps.

Filled with sport, art and academic-based options, USN summer camps will give this year’s attendees the chance to explore many new subjects, Camp Director John Kleiner said.

Camps are for grades K-12. Camps range in price from $125.00 - $250.00 for half-day ses- sions. Camps begin June 6 and the last session kicks off July 15. There are Spanish, creative writing and art, ballet, film- making digital photography, computer programming, SAT prep, and science camps. Sports include soccer, track and field, volleyball, basket- ball, lacrosse, tennis, and base- ball.

Morning sessions are bet-

ween 8 and 11:30 a.m. and after- noon sessions are between 12:30 and 4 p.m. All day care is possible by selecting a morning and afternoon session with a supervised lunch. Aftercare is

available between 4 and 5 p.m. for $50 a week.

Campers can bring a sack

lunch or there is a cafeteria option this year for all camp weeks for $32.50 per week. Camps will be at 2000

Edgehill Ave. River Campus will be open for morning ses- sion sports camps and a few other programs that may take advantage of our athletic facili- ty with transportation from the Edgehill campus. In the event of inclement weather, our sports camps will move indoors

Red, White and

Bluegrass Festival puts campers on main stage

The Red White and Bluegrass

Festival will again host a Bluegrass Camp for Kids in Morganton, N.C., where kids can learn to “pick” and per- form traditional bluegrass with the professionals. Now in its ninth year, the

camp offers youth interested in learning instrumental music the chance to do so in a fun environment and to per- form onstage at the annual Red, White and Bluegrass Festival.

While there is no set age or skill requirement, most campers are on a beginner or intermediate level and range from 5 to 18 years old. All campers bring their own instruments.

Along with sessions cover-

ing stage presence, learning new tunes, playing as a band and singing, campers will also receive instruction on the fid-

dle, mandolin, guitar, banjo and bass. Three days of fine-tuning ends with a performance on the final evening when campers will play a short set on the festival’s stage. Recent festivals have drawn as many as 16,000 attendees and nearly a hundred campers. The fee for the camp is $75 Sessions run each

per child.

day from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. with a break for lunch (included for participants). This year’s camp will be held at the Collett Street Recreation Center July 1-3.

For nearly 30 years, visitors

from every U.S. state and many foreign countries have come to North Carolina to enjoy the sounds of bluegrass. For more information visit

redwhiteandbluegrassfesti- or for ticket sales con- tact 1-828-433-7469.

to gym space at our Edgehill campus.

Kleiner said camps are fill- ing up faster than ever and some are already full. As pro- grams targeted for particular age groups fill up during specif- ic weeks, USN will be looking to add new options for those same age ranges. For information, visit or contact John Kleiner at or call 615- 424-8823.

SAT MAR 19TH 7:00PM • SUN MAR 20TH 2:00PM

ADULTS $20 • SENIORS (65+) & KIDS (3-12) $15 • NO REFUNDS For tickets & information, call 615-424-5998 or visit our website at

10% of the proceeds will be donated to Cancer Research TEXAS TROUBADOUR THEATRE

2416 Music Valley Dr, Nashville, TN 37214 Special Thanks to Nashville City Productions for your support.

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