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DCMC Sponsors Summer Youth Workshops

Summer is here and that means it’s time to register your kids for one of our health and wellness workshops. All of our programming is centered around engaging participants from a holistic perspective. It is DCMC’s mission to improve the health and well-being of all people, especially those with limited resources. Therefore, we are proud to offer the following workshops free of charge to our community.

Power Up! Youth Adventure Series

Young people hikingPower Up! is a brand new program open to teens ages 13-18. This eight week workshop kicks off a summer of dynamic programing that will empower teens to explore health and wellness in ways they never imagined. DCMC physicians and clinical staff alternate leading individual programs with local community experts. Participants can expect nature hikes, visual art, outdoor yoga, Equine coaching, music, dance and so much more!

Classes begin June 20 and run every Wednesday evening from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M., with a break over 4th of July. The workshops will take place at various venues within the City of Sturgeon Bay, with the exception of Equine Guided Coaching at Leline Farm in Baileys Harbor.

Art on the Wild Side: A Visual & Performing Arts Day Camp for Kids

Door County youth performing artsArt on the Wild Side is an opportunity for children ages 6-12 to focus on music and art using performance, demonstrations and other fun activities. Children are challenged while building friendships, embracing diverse experiences and learning new skills.

Each day of the week, children will have the opportunity to focus on different visual and performing arts activities. The camp features some of Door County’s finest visual and performing artists as facilitators. Children who want to explore their creative potential and refine their artistic skills will have the opportunity to participate in a week-long summer camp featuring 10 different workshops.

July 2-6 | Perry Park, Algoma
July 9-13 & July 16-20 | Southern Door Auditorium
All classes held 9:00 A.M- 11:00 A.M.

JUMP Theater

Young lady jumpingEvery Tuesday July 17 – August 28. JUMP Theater stands for Joy, Unity, Mindfulness and Purpose. Participants will develop and perform theater productions which offer alternatives to destructive behavior and deliver positive messages on body language, substance abuse prevention, anti-bullying, cyber safety, family relationships and celebrating differences.

​During the summer program, teens will learn improvisation skills, dance, storytelling, theater games, how to build character, and scene development using personal stories and other sources for raw materials.

The Summer Theater program is led by artistic Directors Terry Lundahl & Dorothy Scott. Teen Artistic Directors from “LEAP” The Human Kindness Project: Kole Mallen, Marley Gigstead and Makayla Kratcha.


Space is limited so please call 920-493-5979 to register. Participants of Power Up! must sign up for all eight workshops.

*Please note that the deadline for registration may have passed for some of the programing. If you have any questions or would like to contribute to these efforts, please use the contact information listed.

Published 6/21/2018 9:53:34 AM
Tags: summer programs, youth workshops

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