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Gibbes Day Camp, Ages 5-10

Photo by MCG Photography

Photo by MCG Photography

School is out and art is in! Celebrate Valentine's Day this year at the Gibbes for an exciting day of creativity and art-making. Classes are open for ages 57 and ages 8-10.

This session is offered from 9am-4pm (full day). Tuition includes all supplies and Museum admission. Full-day campers need to bring a bagged lunch.

Full Day
$70 Members | $80 Non-Members

Register for Age 5-7

Register for Age 8-10

**When registering, the parent/guardian should be listed as the registrant. Add the camper's name, age, and other information when prompted. Thank you.

Please contact Chase Quinn with questions about registration at 843.722.2706 x241.

Please note that our refund policy for day camps has changed.
If a student withdraws at least 5 business days and up to 3 business days before the class begins, he/she will be refunded his/her tuition minus an $25 administrative fee. If a student withdraws from a class within 3 business days of the start of class, he/she will be refunded his/her tuition mins a $50 administrative fee. There are no refunds after the start of class.

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