Your kids can have an Arts Blast this summer

Summer camps for kids 5 to 11 at the RCA in Kelowna

  • Jun. 8, 2016 2:00 p.m.

RCA Arts Blast

The Rotary Centre for the Arts is running Arts Blast camps this summer.

Your children can explore art, music, drama and dance all summer long.

Choose from popular week-long camps for ages 5 to 11 which end in a stage performance for families.

There are preschooler camps for ages 3 to 5 or as well as convenient drop-in day camps for kids ages 5 through10.

Get them fully immersed in fun and creativity this summer.

The Rotary Centre For The Arts is at 421 Cawston Ave. in Downtown Kelowna’s Cultural District. To register visit

For more information, call 250-717-5304 or email

The RCA is a City of Kelowna facility managed by Kelowna Visual and Performing Arts Centre Society.

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