Winter Performing Arts Camp: Dance, Sing, Act, Juggle, and Play

Camp Roadless Summer and Maximizing Potential In Japan are proud to announce the FIRST-EVER annual WINTER PERFORMING ARTS CAMP – Tokyo, Japan

As the end of the year winds down, schools are closing and parents are often left scrambling to find quality childcare. Maximizing Potential in Japan and Camp Roadless Summer are joining energies to create a Winter Holiday Camp for your child. For one week, we will help take the child-coverage worries out of the holidays!
Choose from 3 days or 5 days
Dates: December 20-24, 2010
Programs: Whole Day 8:30 am -4:00 pm
After-care: 4:00 pm-6:30 pm
Ages:5 years old and older
Campers will be grouped according to age!
Location
ai International School – MPIJ Classroom5-4-4, Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073 Japan

Please arrange to have your child arrive between 8:15 AM-8:30 AM
50,000 JPY – 5 days 30,000 JPY – 3 days Lunch is 500 JPY/day.
Registration: http://tinyurl.com/MPIJCRwintercamp

Your peace of mind, their piece of adventure!
Find out more about Maximizing Potential in Japan:
www.mpij.us

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About Michaela Chatman

Michaela Chatman is the founder of Camp Roadless Summer Visual and Performing Arts Summer Camp based in the Tokyo area. She has taught in Chicago, New York City, Hiroshima, and Tokyo. She has worked with children from ages 5-16. She is a dedicated fan and supporter of the arts. She performs locally in Tokyo with Kaguratei, a blues band. She is an active member in TELL:Exceptional Parents Group, Japan Affiliate of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum (JASCD), Tokyo Investment Group, and Pink Cow Connections Networking Group. For fun she organizes The Tokyo Lovers Pizza Meetup Group.
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One Response to Winter Performing Arts Camp: Dance, Sing, Act, Juggle, and Play

  1. Ipin Jamilun says:

    It was interesting event for kiddos. Just similar date with my business trip to Tokyo. Gonna arrange it later…Thanks for the information

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