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Cancellation and Refund Policy:

Campers who withdraw 30 or more days prior to the camp start date will receive a 100% refund and be charged a $15 cancellation fee. Campers who withdraw 15 - 29 days prior to the camp start date will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be issued 0 - 14 days prior to the camp start date. No refunds will be issued after the start of the camp due to illness. Family emergency situations will be dealt with on an individual basis.

Sanitizing:

First off & most important – Thank you for sharing your families with us.
More than ever, we will do our very best to keep them happy & safe while they explore their inner spirits.
We’ll be practicing and following CDD guidelines to keep all safe.
Instructors & students will be asked to wear face masks, assuming that is what will be protocol at camp time.
We’ll also sanitize our working areas and bathrooms.


Lunch & Snack Breaks:

All camps have supervised healthy snack breaks; juice and water are provided along with the snack. Students participating in full-day classes have a supervised lunch break. Crossings does not provide lunches, so please pack an appropriate lunch for your child along with water in a reusable bottle with name. Recycle-Reuse! Refrigerator and microwave are available. We are sensitive to peanut and other allergies and special needs; please alert us! Snacks will be safe and yummy.

Dress Code:

Some pigments and materials may stain clothing, so please dress your children in clothing that will not break hearts if it sustains spills and messes. Crossings is not responsible for clothing that is damaged in art classes. Weather permitting, children play outdoors during snack and lunch breaks.

Crossings at Carnegie
320 East Ave
Zumbrota, MN 55992
507-732-7616

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SUMMER CAMP 2021

Register Today!
If you have any questions, please give us a call!

507-732-7616

June
23-24

CAMP IS FULL!!


Sculpture Welding 101 #1
Grades 5-12; 9:30am-4pm; Wed-Thurs; $175

Welders & saws & jewelry, Oh My! Create your own steel sculpture by bending, welding, grinding & polishing. Create, also, your own metal jewelry.
Doug & Lynelle show you the fun in making these metal masterpieces to adorn your home & self!

Doug Snyder instructor.

July

13-16, 19

CAMP IS FULL!!

Learn to Throw Pots #1
Grades 4-12; 1-4pm; Tues-Fri, Mon; $175

Instructor Emily let's the mud fly as kids begin to learn or hone their skills on the pottery wheel!
Follow the process from start to end, trimming and finishing your work with beautiful glazes. (Monday glazing can be made up at a later date.)
Returning campers receive instruction on more advanced projects and techniques. Complete up to 12 pieces.

**Kids should wear mud-friendly clothes, old shoes, and bring a hair-tie for long hair.

Emily Wartsbaugh is an art teacher at Kellogg Middle School in Rochester. Whe has been teaching art since 2003. Her favorite medium has always been ceramics and she loves sharing her passion with all ages!

July

19-23

Adventures on Mars #1; Handbuilding in Clay
Grades 1-4; 9:30am-12:30pm; Mon-Fri; $175

Buckle your seat belts for a trip through the universe. We’ll use handbuilding techniques to make covered bowl spaceships, martian monsters, space stations, starry night wind chimes and more!
Decorate your leather-hard pieces by painting colorful underglazes and carving designs and, after they’re bisque-fired, we’ll add clear glaze for a beautiful finish.

**Kids should wear mud-friendly clothes, old shoes, and bring a hair-tie for long hair.

Karen Flynn has a degree in design from the University of Minnesota and has been working in ceramics for years. “I enjoy handbuilding functional pottery and whimsical pieces.”

Ann Rader Growing up I have always been interested in the arts and crafts and have experimented with fabric art, mixed media, sculpture, and mosaics. I find that I repeat the common themes of my childhood.

July

26-30

Adventures on Mars #2; Handbuilding in Clay
Grades 4-12; 1-4pm; Mon-Fri; $175

Buckle your seat belts for a trip through the universe. We’ll use handbuilding techniques to make covered bowl spaceships, martian monsters, space stations, starry night wind chimes and more!
Decorate your leather-hard pieces by carving designs and after they’re bisque-fired, we’ll then add all the colorful glazes.

**Kids should wear mud-friendly clothes, old shoes, and bring a hair-tie for long hair.

Karen Flynn has a degree in design from the University of Minnesota and has been working in ceramics for years. “I enjoy handbuilding functional pottery and whimsical pieces.”

Ann Rader

Aug

3-6, 9

CAMP IS FULL!!

Learn to Throw Pots #2
Grades 4-12; 1-4pm; Tues-Fri, Mon; $175

Instructor Emily let's the mud fly as kids begin to learn or hone their skills on the pottery wheel!
Follow the process from start to end, trimming and finishing your work with beautiful glazes. (Monday glazing can be made up at a later date.)
Returning campers receive instruction on more advanced projects and techniques. Complete up to 12 pieces.

**Kids should wear mud-friendly clothes, old shoes, and bring a hair-tie for long hair.

Emily Wartsbaugh is an art teacher at Kellogg Middle School in Rochester. Whe has been teaching art since 2003. Her favorite medium has always been ceramics and she loves sharing her passion with all ages!

Aug

7-8

Superheroes of the Garden!
Grades 3-12; 1-4pm; Sat-Sun; $75

Superheros of the Garden is great opportunity for your child, ages 3rd grade and up, to get creative and make something they will be proud of. The goal of the class is to make a superhero themed garden gnome with clay from start to finish! By the end of the camp they will have hand-built a ceramic gnome and painted the gnome in the color glazes they choose. These little hero gnomes are perfectly suited for outside or to decorate anywhere in your home.

Jason Charron. Art has been part of my life as early as I could hold a crayon and I first worked with clay when I was in grade school. I continued to pursue working with clay in college where I double majored in marketing and art and took three semesters of ceramics. I always enjoyed the freedom of hand building.

Aug

9-21

THEATER CAMP IS NOW A GO!!!

Poppy Lear has been directing young people for more than 25 years. She directs the musical plays for all four middle schools in Rochester.

Amy Heetland has been teaching piano locally in Rochester for the past 20 years.

Musical Theater:
The Wizard of Oz!

Grades 2-12; 1-4pm; Mon-Fri; $235; Performances 7pm 8/20 & 2pm 8/21
Frank Baum's glorious fantasy has been a continual favorite for over 80 years - If you love to sing & act, this camp's for you!

Because of Covid, we could not offer theater camp to the kids last summer, so we have collectively decided to invite those ‘this year seniors’ to join us in the Wizard of Oz!

Aug

10-13, 16

CAMP IS FULL!!

Learn to Throw Pots #3
Grades 4-12; 9:30am-12:30pm; Tues-Fri, Mon; $175

Instructor Dawn let's the mud fly as kids begin to learn or hone their skills on the pottery wheel!
Follow the process from start to end, trimming and finishing your work with beautiful glazes. (Monday glazing can be made up at a later date.)
Returning campers receive instruction on more advanced projects and techniques. Complete up to 12 pieces.

**Kids should wear mud-friendly clothes, old shoes, and bring a hair-tie for long hair.

Dawn Makarios instructor. My life with clay started in 1985 as a student at Georgia Southwestern College and has grown over time. We live in rural Cannon Falls and I have my studio in the old farm grainery, which we have fixed up to make, glaze and display my pottery. I enjoy making functional pottery- pots that can be used for everyday use in the home or in the garden. My work is based in high fire stoneware and fired at my home kilns— a reduction and a soda kiln. I currently only sell my pots from home. I am now retired from a regular work day and enjoy walking and working outside, teaching snowboarding and skiing and making pots for fun.

Aug
17-18


Sculpture Welding 101 #2
Grades 5-12; 9:30am-4pm; Tues-Wed; $175


Welders & saws & jewelry, Oh My! Create your own steel sculpture by bending, welding, grinding & polishing. Create, also, your own metal jewelry.
Doug & Lynelle show you the fun in making these metal masterpieces to adorn your home & self!

Doug Snyder instructor.

TBD

CAMP TBD - STAY TUNED!!

Run with Scissors: Textile Camp