P.L.A.Y. All Day: Ages 7-9

Weekly summer arts programming for kids age 7-9.
students making art
students making art
students making art
    • Session 1: July 3-7
    • Session 2: July 10-14
    • Session 3: July 17-21
    • Session 4: July 24-29
    • Session 5: July 31-August 4
    • Session 6: August 7-11
    • Session 7: August 14-18 
    • Session 8: August 21-25
  • Session will take place Monday-Friday; 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

  • $250/Session GA | $225 Member | Tuition Assistance Available

There's no better place to learn about art than at the site of Woodstock.

P.L.A.Y. programming for this age group is themed weekly to focus on cumulative skill building in various arts including music, fine arts, story-telling, and theater. Participants will engage with our talented teaching artists to increase their foundational skills in the arts through the creation of individual and collaborative projects, engage with Bethel Woods legacy location on daily walks on the campus or through a Museum visits, all while team-building and socializing with their peers in a fun, casual environment.

If you are applying for tuition assistance, please fill out this form and submit to Education@BethelWoodsCenter.org

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Please be aware there is an additional form on the event page that you must fill out and submit to Education@BethelWoodsCenter.org to be considered for tuition assistance.

About P.L.A.Y.

P.L.A.Y. All Day introduces our youngest audience members to the visual and performative arts. Students dip into history, legacy, leadership, and imaginative ways of thinking through fun, collaborative, arts-based learning activities and exploration of our grounds. Our team of Teaching Artists impart foundational skills in various art forms while weaving together Bethel Woods themes of community, caring, and creativity.

Funding for education and creative programs has been provided by Bethel Woods members and donors and through generous gifts from foundations, individuals and agencies. View a copy of our annual report or visit our website  for a more comprehensive list of supporters.