Wolf CUBS (rising grades K-2)

Welcome, Wolf CUBS!

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The Wolf CUBS program offers ten, one-week sessions throughout the summer for rising K-2nd graders.

Session two will be shortened and prorated due to the July 4th holiday.

 

CUBS campers will learn acting, singing, and dancing while developing their imagination and performance skills in a supportive, creative environment. The CUBS program is a safe, accepting environment where kids of all skill levels can build their confidence, character, and creativity.

 

Based on classic, well-known stories as well as adapting stories from local authors, our Stories On Stage season features one-week sessions that culminate in an original show for family and friends to enjoy! CUBS campers will explore characters from stories such as Robin Hood, Little Red Riding Hood, Hercules, and more!

CUBS shows are performed on the Friday of each session at 3:15 p.m

The July  4th session's show will be performed at 2:15 p.m on Thursday, July 2.

August 18-21 and August 24-28 sessions will be performed at 1:15 pm. More details to follow!

 

Details, Pricing, and Information:

Camp hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Before Care Hours: 8:00-9:00 am 

After Care Hours: 4:00-5:30 pm

Tuition for a one-week CUBS session is $405

Tuition for the July 4th week is $335

 

**PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE**         

 - The following discounts are available:

  • Sibling Discount: $25 off second child

  • Multiple-Week Discount: $25 off third week and each subsequent week (discount does not apply to first two weeks)

  • Membership Discount: sliding scale; see Membership info for details

      A non-refundable 15% deposit is due at registration. This deposit will be applied to your tuition.

 

CUBS Summer 2020 Season: 

*Local author Nahjee Grant lends his story Newie Big City Dreams and local author Rick Dedonato lends his story Pipsie Nature Detective to Wolf PAC this summer! CUBS campers will perform original pieces based on these books.

**Prorated for the July 4th holiday

 

To view a day in the life of a CUBS camper, click here.

For more information on financial scholarships, please click here.  Scholarship applications are due two weeks prior to your session start date. Scholarships are considered in the order in which they are received. 

For policies and procedures which contain information about payment deadlines, student withdrawal, and more, please click here.