More Fun and Learning Camps at Lawrenceburg Academy of Performing Arts

Children of Anderson County now have lots of great fun and learning summer camps as the Lawrenceburg Academy of Performing Arts expands their summer offerings.

Meredith Hyatt Lewis, owner and operator of the academy, explained that she has designed new summer camps based around music and literacy.  Featuring songs, drama, and stories, the camps expose children to literature and music.

The two camps, one based on the works of Dr Seuss and the other on the book series “Frog and Toad,” will bring together fun and learning. “The kids do some music, some movement, some acting, and they compile it all at the end of the week with a musical presentation,” she said.

Other new additions at the academy include music classes centered around music, movement, instruments and a little bit of crafting.  Meredith is also offering short cooking classes taught by a culinary teacher from Anderson County High School.

The original programs at the academy are also expanding.  Recently retired ACHS choir director, Sue Lou Smith, will be joining Meredith this year to help direct the Lawrenceburg Children’s Choir.  Meredith is also offering four summer Kindermusik programs with two morning options that are perfect for babies and toddlers.

Meredith also explained that the camps held by the Lexington Children’s Theater at the academy are nearing full registration with just a few seats left.  Click here for information on the Lexington Children’s Theater offerings.

For more information and to register, check out the Lawrenceburg Academy of Performance Arts website.

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