Kids perfect art of summer camp at Darlington

Artists ranging in age from 3 to 14 have been encouraged to think creatively during the Darlington Arts Center’s Summer Camps.


Campers Taishi Scott (from left) of Media, Jillian Treisner of Wilmington, and Aarika Patel of Glen Mills enjoy an outdoor art activity. Photo courtesy of Darlington Arts Center

Teaching artists and counselors have been leading activities in the visual and performing arts, engaging campers while they make new friends and have fun.  Each week campers explore music, art, dance, and drama in units throughout the day.

This year’s camp theme is “Celebrate Creativity & Cultures,” and so far campers have explored African Safaris, the Amazon, Europe, and more. Camp continues every week until Sept. 1. Upcoming themes include “Celebrate… An Expedition in India,” the week of Aug. 8; “Visual Art Intensive,” the week of Aug. 15; “Celebrate…Space Exploration, the week of Aug. 22; and “Celebrate… The American Landscape,” the week of Aug. 29.

Full-day camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and half-day camps run from 9 a.m., until noon each day. Before and after care is available. To view Darlington’s complete camp schedule, visit or request a brochure by calling 610-358-3632. Darlington Arts Center is located at 977 Shavertown Road in Garnet Valley.


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