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Useful Forms for Students and Parents:

BellinghamART classes reflect a conviction that anyone, at any age, can learn to draw and paint. Whether you’re new to BellinghamART or have been coming for years, you’ll learn new skills and have fun creating art. Each camp includes all your art materials, tools and a daily nutritious snack. Click here for more.

Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth welcomes students between the ages of 9 and 17 to learn about musical theatre. The three week program will help the students dive into storytelling, songwriting, music notation, digital orchestration, acting and design. For more information click here.

Jansen Art Center holds a week long class for kids in Lynden every summer, as well as other events during the year. For more information for how kids can get involved click here, and for a list of their other classes, click here.
Important themes at Mindport are exploration, observation, creativity, play, and, last, but not least, fun. Bring your family today and experience exhibits which have been compared to those at the San Francisco Exploratorium or OMSI in Portland. More information on their site here.
Pace Atelier is enrolling for fun, fabulous and exciting summer art camps for students going into kindergarten – 12th grade. Media choices include: ceramics, mixed media sculptures, papier-mache, paper making, printmaking, found object sculptures, plaster and stone carving, painting, drawing and more! Each day has a focused art project with lots of time to work individually. Schedule and tuition information here.
Village Books is hosting a week-long half-day summer camp. Join VB staff member Claire as she leads each day of themed activities with hands-on projects, book related topics, and field trips around Fairhaven. Snacks included. The camp is open to students, ages 7-10. The cost is $129 per child. Click here for more information.

Whatcom Community College has a variety of programs for middle school & high school students. Click here for more information.

Does your child or teen love art, nature, or history? Sign up for one of the summer camps at Whatcom Museum! Led by a team of experienced educators who have an eye for safety, they will create a fun environment for campers to learn exciting new ideas and make unique works of art. All campers will need to bring their own snacks and lunches, a water bottle, layers for the weather, and a backpack to carry their belongings. Click here for more information!

The Playbook lists recreation and educational opportunities in Bellingham. The online version is available on the Parks & Recreation website. The physical book is mailed to Bellingham residents.