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Summer in the City Art Camp

Kenneth McNulty
Mon.- Thurs.: 9 a.m.- 3 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., Monday July 29 | $100 per child, $50 per extra child from the same family

 If you are between the ages of six and twelve then you're invited to join the Christ Church Cathedral to learn how to make your own art with professionals in the field. They will pass on their knowledge in the creation of art, and inspire students to cultivate their creativity and spirituality. Scholarships are available and parents can pre register their children by June 1st. 



Where: Christ Church Cathedral
Phone: 513.621.1817
Address: 318 East Fourth Street
Website: www.christchurchcincinnati.org/camps

Christ Church Cathedral

318 East Fourth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio
45219
 
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