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Summer Camp at the National Building Museum

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Camp Location: National Building Museum, 401 F Street, NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20001, United States
Ages: 7-11
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day
Session dates: July 13-25, July 28-August 8
Cost (range): $625-$675/2 week session
Contact Person: Joanne Seelig (Family Programs Coordinator)
Phone: 202-272-2448 ext 3307
Fax: 202-376-3564
Mailing Address:
401 F Street NW
National Building Museum
Washington, District of Columbia, 20001
United States
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Camp's Description

The National Building Museum is now accepting registrations for this year’s Summer Camp! Full-day, two-week sessions For campers entering grades 3-5 in the fall Building Performers (with Liz Lerman Dance Exchange) (July 14-25, 2008) Create a performance based on the Museum's historic and storied past! Discover what has been hiding in the columns of the Great Hall, unveil the myths behind the Museum's friezes, and bring the outrageous characters found in and around the Museum to life. Under the guidance of members of the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, tell a story using movement, improvisation, and creative drama. The session culminates with the campers' original performance for family and friends in the Great Hall. Young Designers (July 28-August 8, 2008) Photograph, sketch, and write about the various architectural treasures to be found in the Judiciary Square/Penn Quarter neighborhood. Create your very own gallery to show off your work to family and friends. Extended Care is available for $100 per two-week session.

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