What to do with the kids this summer: Find camps in Lafayette

School is almost over, so it’s time to start planning for the summer. Here are some local camps and events that can get kids creating, going on adventures or practicing their French over the next few months.

Get creative at the Acadiana Center for the Arts

AcA’s weeklong summer arts camps aim to spark imagination and encourage creativity for children ages 6-14. They don’t have to be an experienced artist to join.

Each week’s camp is led by teaching artists and has a different focus and theme. Campers can explore everything from folk art to animation to Greek gods and goddesses while learning to express themselves through drawing, painting or dancing.

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There are options of four-day or five-day camps, full-day or half-day, or single-day visits, according to the website.

Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. For all-day camps, campers need to bring their lunch. All supplies and materials are included in the registration fee.

Acadiana Center for the Arts kicked off its summer camp sessions this week with

For more information or to register, contact Education Manager Paige Aaron at Paige@AcadianaCenterfortheArts.org or 337-233-7060 or visit https://acadianacenterforthearts.org/summer-camps/

Learn what makes Acadiana unique at Vermilionville

Vermilionville will host its 12th Annual Summer Camp Series through June and July.

Each week is custom-crafted for each age group and language in order to provide skill-level appropriate demonstrations and hands-on craft opportunities for campers, according to the website. Throughout the week, campers will learn about the many things that make Acadiana unique.

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