PLAY summer camps for kids

Summer theatre classes being offered by Maple Ridge non-profit.

P.L.A.Y. summer camps start in July.

The Professional Live Arts for Youth Society will be offering summer camps for children.

PLAY, a non-profit society funded by the Barbara Howard Student Arts Program, has been providing drama and musical theatre classes in Maple Ridge for the past nine months.

Its mission is to provide affordable and professional classes to everyone, regardless of skill level or financial situation.

Summer camps will run from July 18 to 22 and Aug. 8 to 12, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the newly renovated Open Door Church, at 11391 Dartford Street in Maple Ridge.

The cost for the week is $150 and includes the space rental, teachers, assistants, props, costumes and a show for their family members.

Scholarships are available upon enquiry with no proof of income required.

• For more information, contact Brad Tones, executive director PLAY Society at 604-612-9713, email brad@playsociety.ca or go to playsociety.ca.

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