Under the Pines Summer Camp 
A Wonderful Opportunity
for Creative Kids

We are running our first annual Performing Arts Camp
July 9-15 featuring drama camps and individual creative classes. 
Individual Classes During Under the Pines

Sunshine Tie-dying 
Monday, July 11
10:00 am-12:30 pm
Ages 8-12
With Maria Ames
Camp Lunch i

Sensory and Mindfulness 
Tuesday, July 12
10:00 am-12:30 pm
Ages 8-12
With Melissa Maini
Camp Lunch Included 

Dress Up and Play
Tuesday, July 12 and Thursday, July 14
9:00-10:00 am
Ages 5-8
With Maggie Crawford

Drama Mini Camp
Monday, July 11 and Wednesday, July 13
9:00-10:00 am
Ages 5-8
With Jillian Lewis

Dueling Swords and Foils  
Wednesday, July 13
10:00 am-12:30 pm
Ages: 8-12
With Erin Lowen
Camp Lunch Included

We've Got to Move It, Move It - High Energy Movement Class 
Thursday, July 14
10:00 am-12:3 0pm
Ages 8-12
With Erin Lowen
Camp Lunch Included
Register for Classes Here
 Two week-long camp options are available,
culminating in performances of their respective plays on July 14. 


Moana Jr
Directed by special guest Missouri Smyth. Missouri studied piano under the Royal Schools of Music, and graduated from BYU-Hawaii and University of AK SE with degrees in English, Music, and Master of Arts in Teaching.  You can see more about Missouri here. 
This camp is recommended for children ages 11-17.

Willy Wonka Kids
Directed by Linda Moyer. 
This camp is recommended for children ages 8-15. 

Overnight options for both camps are available for children 12 and up. 
Register Here
Under the Pines is run in partnership with Pilgrim Cove Camp and Conference Center.
Sponsored by the Idaho Commission of the Arts and the Idaho Humanities Council. 
We are looking for additional sponsors for Under The Pines.
Please reach out to dawn@mccallarts for more information.
We are committed to providing access to the arts for children and affordable events for everyone. We also believe in paying artists and scholars and actively promote this ethic with other local and regional arts organizations. Need-based partial scholarships are available for most classes upon request. Please enquire at
We are grateful for your continued presence and support. 

To All Things Bold and Imaginative,
Dawn Kolden, Children's Programs Director
Trinity Nash, Development and Communications
Board of Directors~ Ellen Ganz, Renée Silvus, Anissa Rooney, Julie Ronnow,
and CMarie Fuhrman
Contributing to MAHC

We are only able to do what we do through the generosity of our community.  Even $5 a month makes a costume, script, book, or stash of supplies.

To make a donation~
If you'd like to help but can't support us financially, talk to us about volunteering or tell your friends and family about the fun, creative things we're doing.
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