Be SuperHero, Volunteer!


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There is no secret that today’s super heroes are seen on TV as characters with super strength, laser vision, that can fly and even leap tall buildings with a single bound, but we never see a super hero with the best super power… The power of Volunteering!!!

Yes, volunteering is in fact a super power and here at the Centesr for the Arts we have a league of super heroes using their super powers every day.

They use it to help our staff with daily tasks that have to be done in a flash, they help with stage and lighting production with amazing strength and precision. They help our instructors with super hearing and anticipating all the little summer camper’s wants and needs.

Yes, being a volunteer for the Centers for the Arts is a SUPER and POWerful way to dedicate your time. Volunteering promotes positive leadership skills for our teen volunteers, offering everyone the opportunity to learn amazing new skills, and get the chance to make a difference in our community and in doing so, inspire others to also volunteer.

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So, if you want to be seen as a community super hero, consider volunteering at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs.

For more information on becoming a volunteer and other CFABS community events, please visit www.artcenterbonita.org.

Who: Local Community
What: Volunteering
Where: Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs
Visual Arts Center – 26100 Old 41 Rd.
Performing Arts Center – 10150 Bonita Beach Rd. SE
When: All Year Around

 

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MAKE THIS YOUR MOST ARTFUL SUMMER EVER Art-Theater-Dance & Music Summer Camps at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs

Summer Camp Art Classes at CFABS

By Patrice Shields

The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs (CFABS) are poised to make this a summer to remember for hundreds of local youth with art, dance, theater and music Summer Camps that begin June 8 and run through August 12, 2016. Full and half-day, week-long camps offer opportunities for students to attend one or more their 130 creative camp offerings for children ages 4 and up. Small age specific camp classes of 15 students or less provide opportunities for children to explore classes that include “Ready Set Sew,” “Intro to Acting,” “Cookonomics,” “Wheel Throwing,” “Graffiti Art” and many more. CFABS mission is to provide affordable opportunities to experience the arts and offer generous scholarships and discounts to families so children can enjoy a summer full of art.

“Our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for children in our community to experience the arts without financial constraints,” says CFABS’ Youth Education Director Alana Nanz. “We offer generous discounts and scholarships to everyone who applies. Applying for a scholarship is simple and confidential. Last year we awarded over $100,000 in scholarships, making experiences in the arts a possibility for hundreds of local children.”

Families with young children can chose a themed “Young at Art” class. Designed for children four to five years old, “Young at Art” opens up an art and craft closet full of activities including singing, movement, storytelling, art, crafts and game playing. There is something new each day your child arrives at camp, making drop-off a tearless experience.

Some of CFABS’creative camps include:

Theater:

  • Musical Theater Master Class
  • Intro to Improv Skills
  • Improv Skills and Performance
  • Intro to Acting
  • Stagecraft: Set & Costume Design
  • Stagecraft: Light & Sound Engineering

Dance & Music:

  • Create Move and Relax
  • Dance and Acrobatics
  • Dance Around the World
  • Dance and Acrobatics
  • Music Lab-Beginner & Intermediate
  • Makin’ Music

Painting & Drawing:

  • Art Show
  • Color My World – Paint with Watercolor
  • Cartooning
  • Paint Like Picasso
  • The Art of Pastels

Film & Photography:

  • Digital Photography
  • Clay Animation
  • Movie Makers

Clay:

  • Clay Creations
  • Cool Clay
  • Wheel Throwing

Design:

  • Graphic Design
  • Digital Drawing and Animation
  • Fashion Design Elements
  • Trashin’ Fashion

Other Camps include:

  • Robotic Arts
  • Artful Architect
  • Gardening & Garden Design
  • Brick by Brick Legos
  • Cookonomics
  • Duct Tape Everything
  • Graffiti Art
  • In a Galaxy Far, Far Away
  • Steamroller Printmaking
  • Ready, Set, Sew

Your child’s summer will be alive with the sound of music when they audition for CFABS Free Youth Theater production of “The Sound of Music Jr.” The production is open to children ages eight and up and there is no cost to participate. Auditions are being held June 7 & 8 from 4:00-7:00pm and can be scheduled by calling 239-495-8989. Performances are August 19-21.

Morning classes run from 9:00am to noon and afternoon classes start at 1:00pm and end at 4:00pm. There are classes designed to inspire and engage budding artists as young as four years old and classes challenging and interesting enough to inspire teens. The Center’s summer art camps are designed so that families can choose just a 3-hour morning class for their child to attend while running errands or for working parents and those looking for a full day of enrichment for their children, morning and afternoon classes are offered with a supervised lunch in the middle for an additional $15. You can also drop your camper off as early as 8:00am or take advantage of the after-camp that includes games, drawing and videos in a supervised setting up until 5:30pm. After camp cost is $25 per week.

Stop by the Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs and pick up a catalog or go on-line to www.artcenterbonita.org for a listing of classes for children and adults. Great scholarships are available.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6- week class (includes Summer Camp Classes), and those who join for the first time as a family member receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6- week class and two free tickets to a Live! performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members and it is for a limited time only. The class and performance must be used before December 31, 2016.

IF YOU GO:

WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: Summer Art, Theater, Dance and Music Camps
WHEN: June 8- August 12. Morning Camp: 9am-Noon, Afternoon Camp 1-4pm. Early morning drop off: 8am, Lunch: Noon-1pm, After camp 4-5:30pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs 34135
PRICE: Varies per session. Great discount and scholarships are available.

 

ART-WORKS The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs High School Showcase At the Center for Visual Arts Bonita Springs May 13-19, 2016

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By Patrice Shields

The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs (CFABS) believes that the future is bright for creative high school graduates who are planning to continue their educations and pursue careers in the arts. CFABS hopes to make that path easier through their annual High School Showcase where local high school seniors who are planning to study art or design in college are eligible for college tuition scholarships. The High School Showcase Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 13, 2016, 6:00-8:00pm at the Center for Visual Arts Bonita Springs is free and open to the public. The showcase is on display through May 19, 2016.

Bonita Springs and Estero High school students gather their best work for submission to the Student Showcase Exhibition. Each senior submits a portfolio of their artwork, writes an essay and answers questions in a one-on-one interview with Centers for the Arts representatives. Winners are announced at the Opening Reception on May 13. CFABS has awarded more than $100,000 since the beginning of this program to support students wishing to pursue careers in art, design, architecture, media and performance. Funding for the scholarships is raised in part through CFABS’ annual “Off the Walls,” event and through private donor designated gifts. All students who participate receive a scholarship for Centers for the Arts programming.

“While our country struggles to keep our students in school and improve our graduation statistics of only two out of three students graduating, we are pleased to see the many students who have chosen to participate in this exhibition, compete on a high level for college tuition scholarships and make the positive choice to stay in school, graduate and even go to college,” says Susan Bridges, President of the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs.

Local elementary and middle school students will have an opportunity to exhibit their work during CFABS’ Elementary and Middle School Exhibition on display May 27-June 2, 2016 in the Main Gallery of the Center for Visual Arts Bonita. The opening reception for the Elementary and Middle School Exhibition is Friday May 27, 2016, 6:00-8:00pm.

The Centers for the Arts offers Summer Camps for children ages 4-18 in Art, Theater, Dance and Music beginning June 8. The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs makes summer fun and learning affordable for families with great scholarships and discounts. Stop by the Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs and pick up a catalog or go on-line to www.artcenterbonita.org for a listing of classes for children and adults.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time as an individual member receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6- week class, and those who join for the first time as a family member receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6- week class and two free tickets to a Live! performance. The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members and it is for a limited time only. The class and performance must be used before December 31, 2016.

To learn more contact the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989 or visit http://www.artcenterbonita.org.

IF YOU GO:

WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: High School Student Showcase Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony
WHEN: Friday, May 13, 2016; 6:00-8:00pm (on display through May 19, 2016)
WHERE: The Center for Visual Arts Bonita Springs, 26100 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs
PRICE: Free

 

A TOE-TAPPING GOOD TIME CFABS TEEN PLAYERS PRESENT LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

A TOE-TAPPING GOOD TIME
CFABS TEEN PLAYERS PRESENT LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
Friday February 21, 7:00pm & Saturday February 22 2:00 & 7:00pm
at the new Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs

by Patrice Shields

The Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs (CFABS) Teen Players present one of theLittle Shop of Horrors CFABS Teen Playerslongest-running Off-Broadway shows of all time as their first performance in the New Center for Performing Arts Moe Auditorium.  For three shows February 21-22, the new “Teen Players” prove the charming, tuneful and hilarious, with tongue firmly planted in cheek, “Little Shop of Horrors” never fails to entertain.

“’Little Shop of Horrors’ is the only production I know that can combine 1950’s Doo Wop with modern day street smarts,” says Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs Performing Arts Director Craig Price.   “I can’t wait for families to come experience our first Youth Theater production in what will be their permanent home at the new Center for Performing Arts.”This is the first teen production added to the Centers for the Arts popular Youth Theater program, designed to pique the interest of area youth and cultivate their knowledge of theater.  Price directs this and the two additional youth theater productions throughout the year with The Wizard of Oz set to play in the Hinman Auditorium May 9-11, 2014.

 Little Shop of Horrors“Little Shop of Horrors” by Howard Ashman is based on the film by Roger Corman with screenplay by Charles Griffith. A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. Soon “Audrey II” grows into an ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore who offers him fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite, finally revealing itself to be an alien creature poised for global domination!  The two-act musical takes off from the plot of a low-budget horror movie with musical numbers by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, the team responsible for the songs in Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid.  The story follows what happens when nerdy, downtrodden Skid Row floral-shop employee Seymour (Maykol Palencia), who has been rescued from an orphanage and exploited by the shop’s owner, Mr. Mushnik (James Corbett), discovers an unusual and particularly demanding plant.

 

Seymour names the plant Audrey II, after fellow employee Audrey (Alana Pound), who is involved in an abusive relationship with a sadistic dentist (Alec Figueroa). When man-eating Audrey II begins demanding to be fed, Seymour comes up with a solution that solves some problems while creating others. The show bounces brightly from one musical number to the next, with equal attention to show tunes, doo-wop numbers and R&B tunes performed by the Ronettes (Faith Ferretti, Sarae Addison, Athena Kelley and Cierra Miller) and the voice of Audrey II (Eduardo Marin).Seymour_Maykol Palencia_and Audrey_Alana Pound

“Little Shop of Horrors,” presented by CFABS Teen Players is sure to please anyone hungry for a musical production where the sinister characters end up getting their just deserts. CFABS Teen Players production of “Little Shop of Horrors” three shows are Friday February 21, 7:00pm & Saturday February 22, 2:00 & 7:00pm.  Show run time is 2 hours. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youth and students. To purchase tickets call the Centers for the Arts at 239-495-8989.

 A full performance and film series continues throughout the year at the new Center for Performing Arts, which includes “A Night at the Opera – Doug Renfroe” on February 27, Flamenco Puro on March 4, Noah Waddell “Eleven-Year-Old Concert Pianist” on March 6, “Moving Currents Dance Troupe” on March 7 and the “Films for Film Lovers,” foreign and independent film series on Monday evenings. A full listing of events is available at www.artcenterbonita.org.

Tickets for all of the events listed can be purchased by calling the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs at 239-495-8989 or by visiting the Center for Visual Arts, 26100 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135.

Those who join the Centers for the Arts for the first time receive two tickets to one of this season’s Live performance events including “Little Shop of Horrors.”  The Centers for the Arts offers this benefit for first time members and it is for a limited time only.

 You can learn more about the new Center for Performing Arts, located at 10150 Bonita Beach Road SE, Bonita Springs and how you can help, by calling the Centers for the Arts at 239-495-8989 or visiting their website at www.artcenterbonita.org

 IF YOU GO:

WHO: The Centers for the Arts of Bonita Springs
WHAT: CFABS Teen Players production of “Little Shop of Horrors,”
WHEN: Friday February 21, 7:00pm & Saturday February 22, 2:00 & 7:00pm
WHERE: The Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs – Moe Auditorium & Film Center, 10150 Bonita Beach Road SE, Bonita Springs 34135
TICKETS: $10 adults, $5 youth

The Watercolor World of Patty Kane

The Watercolor Art of Patty Kane

If you live inSouthwest Florida, chances are you hold a deep appreciation for the water that surrounds us.  The sparkling blue gulf water nourishes, entertains and enriches our lives.  For local artist Patty Kane, water has been her medium for over 20 years.  The richness of Patty’s paintings are a result of her watercolor technique in which she patiently layers transparent color, allowing the paint and paper to do a lot of the work, producing unexpected bursts of color. Patty began her dream of leading an artistic life by studying at the Crealde School of Art inWinter Park,Florida.  When she and her husband Tom, relocated toSouthwest Floridain 2006, it offered her the opportunity to paint and teach on a full time basis.

 “My biggest inspiration is the skies, palm trees and beaches ofSouthwest Florida,” explains Patty.  “I can travel all over the world and see amazing exotic sites, but nothing compares to the beauty I see of things that are no more than an arms length away.”

Interpreting the beauty of the local scenery is something Patty does every day, one stroke at a time.  Her subjects include palms lining the everglades, lazy pool and beach scenes that feel so warm and easy that you instantly relax and the flowers and vegetation that make our world a tropical paradise.  Patty calls her style “loose, juicy and full of color.” “I paint what I love and I paint it often.  My art brings so much joy to my life.  Interestingly enough, that is the same reason why I teach.  I teach because I want my students to experience the same joy in their lives.” 

Watercolor Artist Patty Kane Teaches at the Center for the Arts of Bonita SpringsPatty’s love of teaching won her The Arts Educator of the Year Award from the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, where she teaches a variety of classes throughout the year.  “Patty Kane is always working to become a better artist and teacher,” explains Adult Visual Arts Director at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, Jake Hand.  “She is the consummate student of the arts always exploring, investigating and learning.  In turn Patty generously passes along what she has learned to her students with spirit and gusto.” 

Beginning on October 3, 2011 Patty is offering a five-week watercolor class for students of all levels of skill on Mondays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm., and Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm., at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.  In this class students can explore traditional watercolor techniques with an emphasis on color and composition.  Patty teaches her technique of limiting the palette and layering transparent watercolor on color.  For those who feel intimidated by committing to a five-week class, Patty offers her extremely popular “Alla Prima, Alla Fun,” at CFABS.

Alla Prima is a style of completing a painting in one painting session. Patty offers a fun evening that sends everyone home with their own masterpiece.  It is a fun way for students to learn the basics of painting and enjoy the company of friends or co-workers.  Students are guided through the process step by step as they recreate their own impressions of a featured painting.  On September 15, 2011 from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, students will be painting “Martini on the Edge,” while enjoying wine and pizza.  The cost for this fun evening of art is $42 per person and includes supplies.

When Patty is not teaching she is painting and submitting her work in juried shows, like “Mix it Up,” the August exhibition at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.  Artists were encouraged to bring forth all forms of mixed media and multimedia art for this exhibition that is sure to be a delight for the senses.  Artist combined acrylics with blown glass, handmade jewelry with pottery and a myriad of elements to create their art.  Patty’s work for this exhibition includes a collage symbolizing her positive approach to life and art.  The exhibition is free and open to the public from August 5 through 25, 2011.

Patty offers the advice that she lives by to aspiring artists, “Paint, paint, paint.  Take a class.  It helps you to stay focused and opens you up to new concepts, which ultimately will put you on your own path.”

For information on Patty Kane’s classes or any of the classes offered at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, call 239-495-8989 or http://www.artcenterbonita.org

Join the Center for the Arts for the first time between May 1 and September 30, 2011 and receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6-week class (including theater classes) to be used by December 31, 2011.  The Center for the Arts offers this promotion for first time members.  Call the Center for the Arts at 239-495-8989 for more information.

Who:   Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

What:  MIX IT UP Exhibition

When:  Friday, August 5-25, 2011

Cost:    Free

Endless Summers at The Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

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Spoiler alert!  Summer is coming to an end and school starts in Bonita Springs on Monday, August 8, 2011.  The smiles are starting to come back to the faces of mothers across Lee andCollier Counties, but the grins are fading on the sun kissed faces of children everywhere.  Summer camp may be a dwindling memory for some, but at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, an endless summer is available with summer camps running until August 19, 2011 and after school classes starting up as soon as September 5, 2011.

Endless summer fun is still available in with classes like “Things That Fly,” a camp for children ages 6 to 8 years-old at CFABS.  Last week, campers explored the mysteries of flight and made art too.  “This is actually a really technical class that challenges students to use a different part of their brain while engaging in art,” offers Jordan Smith, Youth Education Director at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.  Each day of camp the students created a new air craft, designing, decorating them and then watched as their creations took flight.  Starting in September, students can continue the fun with “Anything But Flat,” where 3D comes to life as students explore different materials like paper, clay and almost anything students can get their hands on.  “Students will be learning about composition, visual balance, motion and tension, taking inspiration from trees, architecture, animals and people,” adds Smith.

While some campers were launching rockets into orbit, others were putting the finishing touches on art they had created for “Art Show,” a class taught by Amy Jensen.  Students created a variety of art from acrylic painting to clay sculptures and displayed them in their own exhibition space.  Students ranging in ages form 9-11 leaned how to assemble a simple portfolio and transform the classroom space into a playful art show complete with music and hors d’oeuvres.  Amy helped the students make invitations for family and friends who attended the show on Friday.  “Amy taught students to create art from recycled objects like soil and pencil for this show,” say Jordan Smith.  “She treats the students with respect and is able to bring the best out in each. Amy has the ability to identify the student’s individual needs and adjust her teaching accordingly no matter what age or experience level.”  Students can continue learning with Amy in September when she teaches “Cookonomics.”  Move over Emeril, because here comes the next generation of celebrity chefs.  In this scrumptious course, children learn about the preparation and business of food from selection of ingredients to catering

As young artist discussed their work, a beastly looking contraption that looked like it came from a post apocalyptic future was rolled out onto the deck at CFABS.  Students ranging in age from 12-15 were glazing the pots they made in”wheel Throwing” with the ancient art of Raku.  This fall students can learn to make jewelry with “PMC Metal and Clay Jewelry” for ages 12 and up.

So put down those back to school supplies and visit http://www.centerforthearts.org, to learn more about the classes offered at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs this fall.  School may be inevitable, but the summer fun is endless in art class.

Who:   Center for the Arts ofBonitaSpringsSummer and Fall Classes for Children Ages 4-18.

When:  Summer Camps continue through August 19, 2011. FallAfter-SchoolClasses begin September 6, 2011.

Where: Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs26100 Old 41 Road,BonitaSprings, FL 34135.

Cost:    Varies.  Great Scholarships are available.

Join the Center for the Arts for the first time between May 1 and September 30, 2011 and receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6-week class (including theater classes) to be used by December 31, 2011.  The Center for the Arts offers this promotion for first time members.  Call the Center for the Arts at 239-495-8989 for more information.

A full list of Center for the Arts classes is available online at www.artcenterbonita.org or by calling 495-8989.

“Eccouterre” Greens the Runway at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

Lyrica Parker Trashing Fashion Show at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs
Lyrica Parker Trashing Fashion Show Designer

What do old magazines, bottle tops, tinsel from last season’s Christmas tree and empty juice cartons have in common?  Those recycled materials are the components of high fashion to students attending “Trashing Fashion” camp at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.  Summer campers ranging in ages from nine to eleven spent a week of summer afternoons, creating “Ecouterre” masterpieces that would make Jean Paul Gaultier chartreuse with envy.

 Bonita Charter School art teacher Stacey Strell created the idea for “Trashing Fashion” while leading a peer counseling leadership class for eighth grade students.   “The students really wanted to promote recycling at their school and Project Runway happened to be running an episode on using recycled materials,” offers Stacey.  “The project just took off from there.”

 Fourteen campers spent their first day brainstorming with Stacey on their design concepts.  “I asked them to think about what they had at home and what materials we had on hand,” explains Stacey.  “I wanted them to think about fashion as another way to express their individuality.  I also wanted them be conscious that great fashion did not have to cost a lot of money or have a negative effect on the environment.”   

 A pillbox hat made from an orange juice carton fashioned to a headband and a dress made completely from paint sample swatches were a direct result of Stacey’s ability to draw out the individual vision and style from each of her students.  “The girls never wanted to take a break, they were so excited about the process,” adds Stacey.  “The students were completely responsible for every aspect of the creative process, including designing their outfits and picking the music and theme for their fashion show at the end of the class.”

 Chairs full of excited parents and campers lined the lighted runway that ran down the center of the main gallery at Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.   Attendees were greeted by CFABS performing Arts Director Craig Price, dressed in a garbage can and acting as the MC for the “Trashing Fashion” show.  Smoke billowed onto the stage as the first of fourteen Designer/Models strutted her recycled individuality down the catwalk.  “They came up with the smoke machine and using the garbage cans and recycle bins as stage props,” explains Stacey.  Each of the students also wrote the descriptions of their recycled masterpieces on a cue card for the MC to read. As Amanda Oleska strode down the runway Craig Price read her design description to the audience, “My name is Amanda, and I’m eleven-years old.  My dress is made out of duck tape, recycled fabric and paint samples.  My bracelet is made out of straws.”

“The really nice thing about the class is that the girls gain so much confidence about who they are because they really have to make a commitment to their vision,” offers Jordan Smith, Youth Education Director at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.  “One student actually collected 1,500 can tabs to create her outfit.”  Jordan suggests that students check out similar classes that are being held throughout the summer at CFABS.   Eco is Green and Over the Top and Under Construction are both courses that explore using recycled and alternative materials in art.  The not to be missed Steamroller Art Week begins on July 25, 2011 offering print making classes for children six and up as well as adults.  The Culmination of this week is the ridiculously cool, print making in the parking lot with the help of an actual Steamroller driven by Jordan Smith. 

 For a full list of summer camp classes call 239-495-8989 or visit on-line at http://www.artcenterbonita.org

 You don’t have to be a member to enjoy all of the activities at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.  Those who want to become members receive discounts on classes, shows and other events.  Those who join the Center for the Arts for the first time between May 1 and September 30, 2011 will receive a free 4-, 5-, or 6-week class to be used by December 31, 2011.  The Center for the Arts offers this promotion for first time members.  Call the Center for the Arts at 239-495-8989 for more information.

 WHAT:  Trashing Fashion – Summer Camps at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

WHEN: 9am -4pm now through August 19, 2011

WHERE: The Center for the Arts of BonitaSprings, 26100 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs,Florida

FEE: Varies by Camp Class

INFORMATION: 239-495-8989 or www.artcenterbonita.org