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Spotlight: Haven’t signed your kids up for summer camp? Read this.

Time is running out. Summer break is only weeks away.
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It’s a season as regular as fall or winter. And it comes with a particular planning nuance that many parents strive for and few master.

It’s summer break.

And with less than two weeks left before school’s out, the burning question is, what are you going to do with your kids?

Don’t worry. This answer weighs heavily on the minds of many parents. Planning out idle time for kids over the summer is a tradition that seems to creep up on moms and dads of school-aged kids year after year.

Luckily there are great options available to parents and time left to register.

So, what do you look for in a summer program? Is it education-based? Adventure driven? An opportunity for your kids to make lasting relationships?

Many parents opt for well-organized summer camps offering a variety of experiences that are unique and enriching. And kids? Well, most long to fill their dog days with fun and excitement with friends.

So, what are you going to do?

This Sault Ste. Marie business has a solution for your summer camp planning woes and offers an experience that checks all of the boxes for both parents and students.

2018 Summer Camp

Case’s Music 2018 Summer Camp is rooted in music but adopts a more-than-music approach to provide a well-rounded and educational program full of fun activities.

“Our program allows kids to discover the enrichment that only music can bring. We want our campers to develop new skills, achieve greater confidence, and make new friends!” says Case’s Music owner/operator, Carrie Suriano.

Case’s Music Summer Camp has been designed to offer campers the chance to discover music, develop their abilities, and embark on adventures within the community, all while interacting with peers to inspire confidence and create new relationships.

“Our campers explore various musical instruments and voice projects in a group environment as well as participate in one-on-one lessons daily,” says Suriano.

“They also experience lessons in basic music theory, movement, group dynamics, performance, stage presence, collaboration and a variety of musical styles.”

Case’s Music Summer Camp program takes participants off-stage organizing trips to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Clergue Park, the Sault Ste. Marie Museum and John Rhodes Community Centre.

Plus, there is a special surprise for family and friends on the last day of each Summer Camp session.

Case’s Music Summer Camps are offered to campers aged 4 to 6 and 7 to 11 years old and run in two sessions from July 9 th to July 20 th. Call 705-256-7388 for more information or to reserve your spot.