Week 9 Sewing Camp (Bigs AM Camp)
Beginning sewers will learn to use the sewing machine, use basic sewing tools, and be provided with several projects, each designed to improve your sewing skills. Several projects will be completed throughout the week, tailored to each students abilities and designed to improve sewing skills. If you’ve taken this class before we will decide on a project of your choosing compatible with your sewing skills. Snacks provided mid-class, feel free to pack your own if your child has dietary restrictions.
Week 19: Aug 14 to Aug 18
Bigs AM Camp: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Ages: 9 to 14
*When registering for Summer Camps please be aware this is a week long Summer Camp that meets Monday through Friday for 3 hours from 9am to 12pm. Please arrive 15 minutes early on Monday to find parking and come in to fill out required camper registration and medical information. We ask that children arrive in comfortable and non-restrictive clothing that may come home a little messy.
***By Registering for this Summer Camp you are agreeing with OAS Policies and Release Statements.
OAS Policies: • Space will not be held without full payment. • Call OAS by 9AM if your child is unable to make it to class. • You may receive a full refund (minus a $20.00 processing fee) if you cancel up to two weeks before the class begins. • Open Arts Studio is not responsible for supervising your child outside of class time. Please do not drop your child off more than 15 mins before class starts. • Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Students who are a continual distraction to others will be dismissed for the day. If problems continue, the student will be permanently dismissed at discretion of OAS staff. Remaining tuition is non-refundable.
Release Statements: • I give Open Arts Studio staff permission to take my minor off premises during break-time or as part of the lesson. They will be well supervised & the release of liability applies during this time. • I release Open Arts Studio from liability of any injury my child or I may suffer as a result of participation in the program. • I give permission for OAS to photograph my minor and their artwork for use in print media and promotion. • I give permission to see that my child receives medical treatment in an emergency. • I acknowledge that my child will not be released from the studio by themselves or with anyone other than authorized persons.·
Dress Code: • Campers must wear closed toe shoes; no flip flops are allowed in the studio. • For safety athletic shoes are the only option in cooking and pottery camps and long hair must be pulled back with hair tie. • No strapless, midriff, or low-cut shirts are allowed. • No clothing depicting alcohol, tobacco, political messaging or inappropriate behavior should be worn to camp.