Registration now open for Inspired Minds spring, summer camps

By Megan Wehring

BUDA — To help engage kids in the fun and therapeutic benefits of creativity, Inspired Minds Art Center in Buda has opened registration for its spring break and summer camps. 

Inspired Minds co-owner Sinead Whiteside encourages campers to register early, as slots are expected to fill quickly. Camp capacity is small to keep families safe from COVID-19; with smaller groups, they are able to do more engaging hands-on projects and science experiments. All of the supplies are included in the  tuition. 

While spring break only lasts for a few days, Whiteside said they are offering a wide range of themed camps during the summer. 

Our theatre camps immerse kids in all aspects of the theatre, from set design to stage combat to playwriting,” Whiteside said. “All of our art and theatre camps get kids to think outside the box while reinforcing the communication, collaboration and cooperation skills that are so important in developing a successful society that embraces diversity and forward thinkers.”

Spring Break (March 15 – March 19)

Spring Break Art Camp 

  • For ages 5-12 
  • 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
  • Cost : $250 

Escape ZOOM! Spring Break Theatre Camp 

  • Grades 4-8
  • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Cost: $350

Summer 

Inspired Kids Summer Art Camp (May 31 – Aug. 6)

  • For ages 5-12
  • 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Cost: $250 a week

Shakespearience Day Camp for Kids (May 31 – June 4)

  • For ages 5-12
  • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Cost: $250 a week

Musical Theatre Camp (Aug. 2 – Aug. 6)

  • For ages 5-12
  • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Cost: $250 a week

For the full schedule of camps, please visit the Inspired Minds Art Center website at https://www.inspiredminds.art/on-site-classes

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Megan Wehring graduated from Texas State University in May 2020 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication. Wehring is nearing one year at the Hays Free Press/News-Dispatch, covering all things local. This includes city council meetings, town events, education and human interest stories. Previously, Wehring worked at KTSW FM-89.9 (Texas State University's official radio station) for two consecutive years. She was a news reporter, assistant news director and monthly segment producer during her time at KTSW. Wehring is passionate about the local reporter aspect. With a heart for storytelling, she believes that journalists are equipped to share the stories that are most important to the community.

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